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In 2024, Austin Health will have 65 internship positions available, including one position dedicated to an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander candidate.
At Austin Health, our internship program is developed to provide you with well-structured and highly supportive teaching, training and clinical experiences that will enable you to consolidate and develop both your clinical knowledge and technical skills.
Key to the continued success of our program is the support and care we provide to our interns throughout the year and in the early but vital introduction period to working in the public health and hospital system.
Austin Health provides a comprehensive 5-day orientation and ongoing education program for all our interns, and have well supported peer and mentor programs in place to support the transition from medical student to intern.
We also have in place a unique role for our interns; the intern support officer. This well thought of position provides "real-time" support to our interns in their first week of after hours and weekend work from a colleague who has just completed their internship, and so understands all the jobs that an intern needs to do as well as the likely questions and anxieties a new intern may have.
We are held a virtual information session for prospective interns on Tuesday 28 March 2023. Our session covered:
Intern positions are appointed through the Intern Match process conducted through the Postgraduate Medical Council of Victoria (PMCV). Therefore, applications must be made to both Austin Health and the PMCV.
Refer to PMCV website for Allocation and Placement Service (APS) guidelines and dates, and register with PMCV APS.
Apply to Austin Health via our Careers website. Applicants will be required to complete our online application form and upload a cover letter, curriculum vitae (CV), non-clinical/professional reference, evidence of COVID-19 Vaccinatioin or Medical Exemption and a photo. We will access your clinical referee reports through the PMCV APS. After completing and submitting your application, you will receive an email confirming receipt of your application.
Please note: use the 'Standardised CV Template'. For a copy of the template, visit the PMCV website
Applicants will also be required to complete an online video, via the platform available through the PMCV APS. Please see the PMCV website for instructions.
Match results will be available from the PMCV.
|Applications open||8 May 2023|
|Applications close||8 June 2023|
|Video interview assessments||9 to 11 June 2023
|Priority group 1 offers||19 July 2023|
|Intern orientation (5 days)||8 January 2024
|Internship commences||15 January 2024|
Under the new National Framework for Prevocational Medical Trainees, your internship must include experiences in:
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