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December 2018 Update

14th December 2018 | GP Job Updates

Season’s Greetings to all. Here’s an update on jobs, registration and visas for UK & Irish GPs looking to move to Australia in 2019 Overall, there is still a buoyant jobs market, with vacancies near to all of the major cities. I’ve been talking to several clients over the past week or so – all are keen to recruit: Sydney. Vacancies in the Penrith area (north west of the CBD (Central Business District) and Gregory Hills (south west) NSW. Vacancies on the Central...

New GP Vacancies on the Gold Coast, Sydney, NSW

12th June 2017 | GP Job Updates

Here at GP Jobs we continue to list the most up to date GP vacancies in Australia. We have recently updated our GP job vacancies on the Gold Coast, Sydney, NSW and just north of Perth. Please see the links below for further details on each individual vacancy. Apply for GP vacancies with GP jobs Australia Contact GP jobs for more information on GP vacancies in Australia on: [email protected] We’ve added some new jobs recently: Gold Coast (Loganholme): GOLD2 South West Sydney...

New GP vacancies in outer Melbourne and Newcastle, NSW

9th March 2017 | GP Job Updates

Here at GP Jobs we continue to list the most up to date GP vacancies in Australia. We have recently updated our GP job vacancies in outer Melbourne, Newcastle, NSW. Please see the links below for further details on each individual vacancy. We’ve added a couple of new jobs to the site today. One in the Cranbourne area, south east of Melbourne: Melb7 Mount Martha’s Beach from the local tourist authority Mornington Peninsula       The other is in Newcastle, NSW:...

Three new GP Vacancies in Australia

8th February 2017 | GP Job Updates

GP vacancies in Australia Here at GP Jobs we continue to list the most up to date GP vacancies in Australia. We have recently updated our GP job vacancies Western Australia, Queensland and Adelaide. Please see the links below for further details on each individual vacancy. We’ve added three new vacancies today: Western Australia: A job in the Rockingham area. (no longer available) Queensland: A job very close to the city centre (CBD). QLD2 Adelaide: A job on the north side of the city...

A couple of new jobs have come in this week

23rd November 2016 | GP Job Updates

Two new jobs this week so far: Wagga Wagga. This is a big town / city of 56,000 people halfway between Sydney and Melbourne. A privately owned clinic is looking for a new GP to join them. It’s a busy practice and they’re offering 70% of billings. Other doctors there have been billing up to $500,000 per year, giving an income of up to $350,000 Central Coast. In the San Remo / Buff Point area. This is about 50km south of Newcastle and about 100km north of Sydney (good fast roads to...

We’ve added vacancies in Sydney, Gold Coast and Melbourne

17th November 2016 | GP Job Updates

We’ve three new vacancies available for UK, Irish and New Zealand trained GPs. Sydney. A new practice being opened in early 2017 in the Marsden Park area, north west of the CBD (Central Business District). Up to 70% of billings: Sydney Gold Coast. An existing practice which is expanding in the New Year and looking for more GPs to help with a heavy case load. Up to 70% of billings: Gold Coast Melbourne. An existing practice south east of Melbourne, good location with high patient...

More vacancies in Perth than any other part of Australia

26th October 2016 | GP Job Updates

We’ve got some new vacancies in Perth and they’ll be going up on the site in the next day or two. Perth is still very busy from a GP point of view. There are probably more vacancies in Perth for GPs than in the rest of Australia put together. It may seem hard to understand why this is so. After all, most of Australia, including Perth is having a breather from the growth of the past few years – though not actually in recession. In theory the number of GP jobs is linked to the...

New GP Vacancies

29th August 2016 | GP Job Updates

We’ve got some new vacancies going up on the site in the next few days. Perth: 2 x vacancies in north Perth Melbourne: 3 x new vacancies to the west / north west of the city New South Wales: a new vacancy in Dapto Adelaide: 2 x vacancies on the north side of the city

New Vacancies Added to the Site (20 May 2016)

20th May 2016 | GP Job Updates

We’ve added some new vacancies to the site today: Queensland: Gold Coast, Robina & Helensvale, Nerang, Merrimac, Morayfield & Sunshine Coast

Jobs update for May 2016

12th May 2016 | GP Job Updates

Here’s my current take on the Australian jobs market for UK / Irish / NZ trained GPs: There are still good jobs to be had in most of the major urban areas. The possible exception is Sydney, where we have only one type of vacancy in the city centre itself (Sydney vacancies). The area with the most vacancies is Perth, on the west coast. We have jobs both north and south of the Swan River – and in the lovely Margaret River area Melbourne has some vacancies – mainly on the west...

I decided to make the move to Australia in December 2011 to work as a GP. It had always been an ambition of mine to move out there. In all honesty though I had no idea where to start. I searched online and emailed an agency. Paul emailed me back straight away with a lot of initial information and we arranged to talk. After a long discussion with him (he was very patient as I had a LOT of questions), to cut a long story short he sent me a lot of information about available jobs and how to make the move. I basically let Paul know the jobs I was interested in and he gave me more info and set up interviews (this all happened very quickly). Anyhow after the interview (for the job I liked) I was offered the job and accepted the contract. As I discovered a little bit at a time moving to Australia can be very time consuming and difficult with all the procedures and paperwork needed. Paul also put me in touch with Monique who is based in Australia. So I now basically had 2 contacts to ask questions. As I mentioned previously I had a lot of questions. I can’t even begin to describe how helpful and easy it was to communicate with them both. If I had a question, or if there was a problem it was sorted out asap. Moving to Australia as a doctor is hard, but Paul and Monique made it so easy for me, it was just more time consuming than difficult (collecting all the paperwork). Had I tried to do this without them I would have struggled an awful lot. Not only do they help you with the medical paperwork, they will also give advice on living in Australia and also help with other things that will need to be done to facilitate the move. They will talk you through every thing that needs to be done in a manner that makes things seem straightforward!

Now I’m here, I still have contact and the little things and attention to detail, such as phone calls to see how I’m settling in is amazing. I love the place, the job and I don’t think i would be here now without their help.

I can quite honestly say this is a fantastic service and i would recommend it to anybody! They will talk you through every thing that needs to be done.
Dr Graham