Orthopaedics Unaccredited Registrar Match information 2022

In a collaboration between the Victorian and Tasmanian Heads of Orthopaedic Units and the Postgraduate Medical Council of Victoria (PMCV), the PMCV will administer a centralised Allocation and Placement Service (APS)  for Orthopaedic Unaccredited Registrar positions offered by metropolitan and regional health services in both Victoria and Tasmania, and to the candidates applying for these posts.

This match is for unaccredited training positions commencing in 2023.

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From June 27

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Match Stage

UPCOMING

Timeline

27/06

Candidate Applications Open

18/07

Candidate Applications Close

19/07

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Opens 10am 19 July closes 5pm 22 July

12/08

Final day to alter preferences

Reorder/delete preferences or withdraw from the Match

01/08

Health Service Assessment and Ranking

Assessment from 1 August, with final rankings submitted 15 August 2022

24/08

Offers Published

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Schedule of Dates

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Eligibility criteria

To be eligible to apply for selection as an Orthopaedic Unaccredited Registrar applicants must meet the below requirements:

  • holds a medical degree recognised for registration purposes.
  • is registrable as a Medical Practitioner with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).
  • have completed at least two year’s medical experience post primary medical degree. In exceptional circumstances, applicants who do not have at least two years clinical experience may be considered provided that they can demonstrate alternative relevant experience of a similar level.

Residential qualification

Employing Health Service(s) or institutions may have citizenship/residency requirements which need consideration in appointment decisions. Australian and New Zealand citizens and applicants with permanent residency who are eligible for appointment will be offered positions before those with temporary visas.

Note for overseas trained doctors

Overseas trained specialists in Orthopaedic Surgery must be residing in Australia and hold a valid working visa for their application to be considered by the employing health services.

Eligibility categories/groups

  1. Greater than 3 years of experience as Unaccredited Orthopaedic Registrar
  2. 3 years of experience as Unaccredited Orthopaedic Registrar
  3. 2 years of experience as Unaccredited Orthopaedic Registrar
  4. 1 year of experience as Unaccredited Orthopaedic Registrar
  5. Less than 6 months of experience as Unaccredited Orthopaedic Registrar
  6. Non-Orthopaedic Registrar Experience Only
  7. No Registrar Experience