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|Position||Further Detail||Type||Location||Closing Date|
|Education Officer, Site Accreditation||Position Description||FT||Sydney||30 Jan 2015|
|Senior Policy Officer||Position Description||FT||Sydney||30 Jan 2015|
|Senior Policy Officer (Health Economics)||Position Description||FT||Sydney||30 Jan 2015|
|Correspondence Officer||Position Description||PT||Sydney|
|Project Officer||Position Description||FxT||Melbourne||11 Feb 2015|
|Education Officer, Advanced Training||Position Description||FT||Sydney||11 Feb 2015|
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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.
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