2022 BPT3+ Match2022-05-16T02:07:46+00:00

BPT3+ Match 2022

PMCV will administer the Basic Physician Training Year 3+ Match on behalf of the Victorian Department of Health.

Match Links

Register with PMCV

One time registration

View Match in APS

Opens 27 June

My Application

APS Login

Match Stage

UPCOMING

Timeline

24/06

Pre-Match Offers Close

27/06

Match Applications Open

Applications open at 10am

22/07

Match Applications Close

Applications close at 5pm

01/08

Health Service Selection Process

Health Service assessment period including interviews between Monday 25 July to Friday 12 August.

12/08

Match closes for candidates

Final date to delete or reorder preferences or voluntarily withdraw (closes 5pm).

24/08

Offers Published

Candidates will be emailed the outcome, with results also available via the APS at 10am

Reading Material

Code of conduct

Essential Reading

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Business Rules

Essential Reading

Coming soon

Schedule of Dates

Important dates

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Candidate Guide

APS User Guide

Coming Soon

Eligibility criteria

Eligibility Criteria for Basic Physician Training Year 3 and above (BPT3+ Match)

Trainees applying for the 3rd year of Basic Physician Training should apply for the BPT3+ Match. For most trainees this will be their 4th postgraduate year. However trainees who have worked in positions which are not recognised for Basic Physician Training, may be in their 5th or subsequent postgraduate year. Trainees who have completed Basic Physician Training but have not yet passed the FRACP clinical exam should also apply for the BPT3+ Match.

  • Australian/New Zealand -trained medical graduate holding General medical registration and completed a minimum of 3 years fulltime medical employment post MBBS graduation; or
  • International Medical Graduate (i.e. Medical practitioners who have obtained their primary medical degree outside Australia or New Zealand) holding General medical registration and completed a minimum of 2 year of fulltime medical employment in Australia

Links

JMO Victoria

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PMCV/JMO Career Pathway Directory

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Victorian Medical Women’s Society (VWMS) Job Share Database

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FAQs

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Q. Can I apply for BPT3+ Match if I have not completed (or am not currently completing) my BPT2 year?

BPT3 positions are for the third year of Basic Physician Training. Generally, you would only apply for a BPT3 position if you have completed, or are in the process of completing a BPT2 year. There are some exceptions to this rule however, and you should seek advice from the BPT Coordinator at the Health Service/s that you are interested in applying to if you are not sure which position you should apply for.

Q. Can I receive a BPT3+ pre-match offer at another Health Service than the one where I am currently employed?

No, BPT3+ pre-match offers are for internal appointments only, i.e., a doctor working in a Victorian health service in 2022 continuing with the same employing health service in 2023.

Q. If I have been offered a pre-match, can I enter the BPT3+ Match as well?

If you have signed a contract for a pre-match, you should not complete an application for the BPT3+ Match.

If candidates identified as holding a pre-match offer enter the Match, this will be reported to the health service with which they have accepted the pre-match offer.

If candidates reported as holding a pre-match offer remain in the Match after the final withdrawal date and they are allocated to a position via the Match, they will be bound to accept their matched position and forfeit their pre-match offer.

Q. I have verbally been offered a position but I have not been given a contact or I have a contract but have not signed it. Is this still considered an offer?

Contracts should be issued and signed for it to be a binding offer. Please speak to your Health Service as soon as possible if you have not received a contract, or you do not wish to accept the pre-match offer you have received.

Q. What if I don’t want to accept a pre-match offer and go into the Match instead?

You need to advise the Health Service making the offer that your preference is to enter the Match. You should not sign a contract. Some health services may permit you to hold a pre-match offer and participate in the Match, but you must discuss this with the health service. If you do enter the Match and you are allocated to a position, you will be bound to accept the matched position and forfeit your pre-match offer.

 

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