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Careers at the RACP

Working together as One

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RACP - Working together as One

How to apply for a position at the RACP

Submit an application by clicking on the appropriate 'Position' link below.

When submitting an application you will need to include an up to date curriculum vitae, cover letter and statement addressing the selection criteria for a successful candidate listed in the advertisment.

Only applications received by the closing date will be considered.

Contacting the Human Resources team 

Australia: +61 2 9256 9696

New Zealand: +64 4 473 8528


Vacant Positions

Position Further Detail TypeLocation Closing Date 
Executive Officer, Basic TrainingPosition Description  FTSydney20 May 2015 
Case Officer, Training SupportPosition Description  FTSydney25 May 2015
Executive Officer, NSW/ACT Position Description  FTSydney2 June 2015 
Educational Development Officer Position Description  FxTSydney 3 June 2015 
Manager, Trainee Education ProgramPosition Description  FTWellington7 June 2015 
Senior Business Analyst Position Description  FxTSydney 5 June 2015
Senior Business Analyst (Admin Systems) Position Description  FxT Sydney5 June 2015
*Types: FT - Full Time; PT - Part Time; FxT - Fixed Term; Cas - Casual

Recruitment Privacy Statement

Applicants must be an Australian or New Zealand citizen or permanent resident or hold an appropriate visa to work in Australia or New Zealand | The RACP is an equal opportunity employer

Vacant Positions - Specialty Societies 

Specialty Societies are separately constituted membership organisations, established as the specialties within Internal Medicine grew to take care of activities other than education and training provided by the College. Over time each specialty established its own Society, with membership open to a range of people with an interest in the specialty, such as physicians, surgeons, GPs, nurses, allied health practitioners and scientists. In most cases Society memberships contain a substantial proportion of FRACPs.

Click here to view the Vacant positions - Specialty Societies