The Postgraduate Medical Council of Victoria Inc. administers the Advanced Trainee Selection and Matching (ATSM) Service on behalf of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP).

This match is for new advanced trainees in Nephrology VIC only. A separate match for continuing Nephrology VIC TAS trainees can be found on the RACP ATSM page which details all available matches.

Positions for Nephrology VIC TAS are listed for new advanced trainees in the RACP Combined Specialty Match. You may want to use the search facility within the RACP Combined Specialty Match to narrow positions to Nephrology.

RACP Combined Specialty Match (Coming Soon)

Nephrology VIC New Advanced Trainee Match

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Match Current Stage

Timeline

02/08

Applications Open

23/08

Applications Close

Applications will not be considered if not completed and submitted by this date

01/09

Final day for References

Final day for referees to submit reference reports.

24/08 – 08/09

Health Services’ Selection Process/Interviews

Health Services access candidate details who nominated that health service as a preference and conduct interviews.

08/09

Match Closes

Final day for candidates to reorder/delete preferences.

Final day to withdraw from the Nephrology VIC TAS positions within the RACP Combined Specialty Match.

22/09

Offers Published

Match results are available to candidates and hospital administrators via PMCV Allocation and Placement website login.

Reading Material

Code of conduct

Essential Reading

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Business Rules

Match participation rules and responsibilities

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Candidate Guide

How to instructions related to the Match

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Schedule of Dates

Important dates during the Match process

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Health Service Directory

Listing of participating health services and contact information

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Interview Dates

Schedule of health services interview dates

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Eligibility criteria

To be eligible to apply for selection as an Advanced Trainee with the RACP, the applicant must be registered with the RACP, and have successfully completed Basic Physician Training examination requirements.

Residential qualification:

Although RACP does not have any specific residential requirements for trainee registration, selection committees are aware that the employing health service(s) or institutions may have citizenship/residency requirements which need consideration in appointment decisions. Overseas trained specialists must be residing in Australia and hold a valid working visa for their application to be considered by the employing institutions.

Australian and New Zealand citizens and applicants with permanent residency who are eligible for appointment will be offered positions before those with temporary visas.

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