We negotiate award and company agreements on doctors` remuneration with the Land Government on behalf of employed doctors. The employment of doctors in training in Australia sometimes varies considerably from state to state. Doctors in training are not employed by a Commonwealth employer such as the Department of Health and Ageing and often have to move from a national employer to a territorial employer as part of their training. This has led WADA`s regional and territorial federations to develop, in collaboration with WADA`s Federal Office, a guide that provides some basic information for this group of workers. It is important to note that this is not a complete industrial tool and should not be used as a substitute for individual industrial advice. This document is designed as a guide that will help doctors in their training to understand the different public systems and to be equipped with questions and instructions to get more information. AMA/ASMOF subsidiaries are able to provide members with copies of relevant information and answer specific industry questions. You will find our industrial agreements on our website key documents and you can read about sasmoa`s governance and find details about our members and collaborators on our governance page. It is possible to negotiate the premium/contract terms or rates of pay mentioned above, but if you rely on this negotiation before taking an intergovernmental position, make sure that the details have been provided in writing by your new employer. In the absence of a written agreement, the terms of the premium will likely be considered your right and no longer. A distinction/agreement forms the basis of all wages and conditions for workers covered by the classifications it contains, i.e.: The price or agreement sets the minimum payments received by a doctor in training. All documents and updates regarding the company`s negotiation process are published on this page. The aim is to ensure that all medical managers employed by SA Health have access to the latest available information.
Union: The AMA Victoria and the Australian Salaried Medical Officers Federation (Victorian Branch) have a cover of doctors employed in Victoria. Other conditions of state award: Not recognized (no transfer of other holiday rights without written agreement) Other state distinction: Medical Practitioners (Public Sector) Award 2007, but SMP Agreement has priority In the context of contradictions. Registrar – has at least three years of experience in the hospital public service, or a shorter period acceptable to the Ministry of Health, and is appointed registrar by a hospital and holds a registrar position in an established position approved by the employer. There are four stages, years 1 to 4. On request and reminder, higher duties, breastfeeding breaks, parental leave, family and group leave and leave for persons/guardians and domestic violence. salary levels: levels based on registration and years of experience: interns; Resident Medical Officer level 1-4; registrar level 1-4; Senior Registrar: Career Medical Officer 1 and 2; Transition Career Medical Officers; Senior Career Medical Officer. High quality training opportunities Long Service Leave: Long Service Leave (State Employees) Act 1994 – accessible after 10 years of service. 6.5 days per year for full-time workers for the whole year. Proportional provision for part-time workers.
Six regional health NHS based on geographic areas of South Australia – the Barossa Hills Fleurieu LHN, Eyre and Far North LHN, Flinders and Upper North LHN, Limestone Coast LHN, Riverland Mallee Coorong LHN and Yorke and Northern LHN. . . .