Great Southern - Kojonup

Vacancy Number: 1464

General Practitioner

DPA/DWS location - Full time general practitioner required for this busy general practice in the heart of the Great Southern region of Western Australia. The successful candidate will be based in Kojonup, and also have the opportunity to work at the sister practice in Katanning. This is a Monday to Friday position requiring Emergency cover at the local hospital on a roster basis, so Emergency credentialing with the Western Australian Country Health Service (WACHS) will be required. While anaesthetics and surgery skills are not essential, there is the option to participate in anaesthetics if desired. Make the lifestyle change today!

The Practice Private, group practice.
The Requirements
  • Anaesthetics: Desirable
  • Emergency: Desirable
  • On call: 1:7 weekdays. 1:6 weekends.
The Package
  • Remuneration: Average $301,000 to $350,000 per annum, but individual packages are to be discussed with interested candidates.
  • Agreement: Independent contractor.
Map of Great Southern

Great Southern

The Great Southern region, located south-east of Perth, covers an area of approximately 87,000 square kilometres and has a population of about 80,000 people.

The regional centre is the historic port town of Albany, which has one of the best natural anchorages in the southern hemisphere. Other centres include Denmark, a popular coastal holiday town, as well as the agricultural centres of Katanning and Mount Barker. The Great Southern is a burgeoning area of Western Australia, combining as it does a spectacular coastline that sweeps into quiet coves and protected inlets with a lush interior that has proved a perfect growth area for viticulture with a growing reputation in cool climate premium wine production. The oceans here provide food and protected waters for dolphins, seals and whales whilst the rural areas of the region have become a focus for two-legged lovers of gourmet foods.

There are over 70 doctors working across 24 practices throughout the region. Nine of these are solo practitioner practices.