Working to deliver streamlined recruitment solutions across the state of Victoria

PMCV’s Medical Workforce program is focused primarily on developing and delivering the Streamlined Recruitment Initiative.

This initiative was established in conjunction with the Victorian Department of Health in 2020 as a response to the growing number of Graduates and Interns, as well as a larger medical cohort of JMOs progressing through the training system.

The initiative reduces the burden of the annual medical recruitment process for both doctors in training and the Health Services by supporting and facilitating transparent, streamlined, and effective recruitment of doctors in training across the state of Victoria.

We work closely with doctors in training, Health Service representatives and specialist training Colleges to continually expand our services in order to further streamline recruitment.

Together with our stakeholders, the Medical Workforce team will enable, support, and advocate for prevocational medical trainees by delivering implementation of key reform initiatives to improve Medical Workforce planning and policy.

Allocation & Placement Service

Upcoming Matches

Some Matches are open for applications

Some of the key areas of medical recruitment that our team are currently focused on are:

  • Streamlined Recruitment initiative

  • Enhancing our Allocation and Placement Service

  • Incorporating Career planning data

  • Medical Workforce reporting

  • International Medical Graduate workforce support

Allocation & Placement service

The APS supports Candidates and Health Services for medical, graduate nursing and graduate midwifery positions throughout Victoria by matching medical candidates to Health Services.

APS is a purely mathematical process and is designed to be impartial and transparent.

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What we do

The Postgraduate Medical Council of Victoria actively seeks ways to improve the educational and training available to support the welfare and career development of doctors, nurses, and allied health professionals who have recently graduated or commenced work in Victoria.