Dermatologists sought in New Zealand

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  1. Specialist Dermatologist, Waikato District Health Board
  2. American College of Mohs Surgery Fellowship Training Position at the Skin Centre, Tauranga

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Specialist Dermatologist, Waikato District Health Board

Dermatology Department
Waikato District Health Board 
Full Time
Job Number: WAI06956

Applications are invited for a Dermatologist.
Applicants must be a suitably qualified Specialist (Consultant) Dermatologist for this position based at Waikato Hospital and must be registered or eligible for vocational registration in New Zealand.

This is a challenging role which demands outstanding professional skills, commitment to the specialty and a vision of providing a team-based service founded on excellence in all aspects of the business.

The Dermatology service provides predominantly medical dermatology care to a population of 350,000 patients and tertiary services to 850,000. The service is based at Waikato Hospital, Hamilton, with both physical outreach clinics and teledermatology services to the Waikato region. The position requires supervision of advanced trainees, dermatology nurses and medical students.

Further information may be requested by emailing Kathryn Findsen-Lees, Business Manager Surgical Services - email: [email protected]

For more information and to apply, please visit the Waikato DHB website.

Closing date: Open until filled. Click here for a position description.

Waikato DHB logo Sept2016


American College of Mohs Surgery Fellowship Training Position

The opportunity exists to commence a Fellowship in Mohs micrographic surgery starting April 2018  with our prominent, progressive, multi-physician dermatology Mohs surgery clinic located in the beautiful city of Tauranga, New Zealand.  Teaching Faculty Directors are Dr Paul Salmon and Dr Neil Mortimer.  This is one of only a handful of ACMS training posts outside of mainland USA.  Applicants must hold FRACP or MRCP.  The position is a two year post with a 12–18 month Fellowship, followed by a 6–12 month Locum.  There is a broad range of teaching in addition to Mohs surgery, including other dermatologic and cosmetic surgery procedures, and including botulinum toxin, fillers, liposculpture, blepharoplasty, facelifts, fat transfer, hair transplants etc.  The applicant must possess the ability to work co-operatively in a team environment with patients, staff and colleagues alike. 

This is an excellent opportunity for someone seeking a Mohs Fellowship in state of the art surroundings.  The Skin Centre are regular publishers in peer reviewed literature.  See our website: for a list of our published papers. 

Please send a copy of your CV, an outline of your interests and goals, and names of two referees to: 

Attention:  Megan Pakes

Email:  [email protected]




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