If you are looking for a medical position to work at a hospital or other health service, see the medical positions vacant page.
Current vacant positions at the RACP
Advocacy Officer, Full Time
Download the Advocacy Officer position description (PDF 152KB)
Education Assistant, Basic Training, Full Time, Maternity Contract
Download the Education Assistant, BT position description (PDF 323KB)
Education Officer, Basic Training, Full Time, Contract
Download the Education Officer, BT position description (PDF 331KB)
Case Officer, Training Support Unit, Full Time, Contract
Download the Case Officer position description (PDF 419KB)
Executive Officer, Member Services, Full Time
Download the Executive Officer position description (PDF 332KB)
Receptionist (NZ), Full Time
Download the Receptionist position description (PDF 137KB)
Project Manager, Curricular Renewal, Full Time
Download the Project Manager, Curricular Renewal position description (PDF 418KB)
Manager, Research, (VIC), Full Time
Download the Manager, Research position description (PDF 426KB)
Project Officer, Resource Development (VIC), Full Time
Download the Project Officer, Resource Development position description (PDF 472KB)
How to apply for a position at the RACP
Click on the appropriate 'Position' title.
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 advertisement.
Where a closing date is advised, only applications received by this date will be considered.
Contact the Human Resources team
Australia: +61 2 9256 9696
New Zealand: +64 4 473 8528
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.