Applications are welcomed from medical officers with significant
experience in neonatal and/or paediatric critical care.
Advanced airway and team leadership skills are essential
Advanced trainees in neonatology, paediatric ED or paediatric ICU
will find this post an essential component of training.
Trainees in general paediatrics seeking a career in acute paediatrics are
strongly advised to consider a post in retrieval medicine; particularly
as preparation for the challenges of acute or critical care in outer
metropolitan and regional or remote locations.
For overseas trained doctors: Please note that recent experience in the
Australian health system, or similar health system, is essential prior to
undertaking retrieval work in Australia. It is recommended that
clinicians obtain paediatric and/or neonatal clinical experience in
Australia before applying for a position at NETS NSW.
The following positions are available:
1. NETS Advanced Trainee: 6 and 12 month posts
Recruitment campaigns run twice annually: March and
Applications now closed for NETS Registrar positions,
commencing February 2024.
2. Critical Care Rotation: PICU/ PAEDS ED/NETS Advanced
Trainee: 24 months - February 2024 to February 2026
6 months of each rotation with 4th rotation of choice.
Applications now closed for CCR Registrar
positions, commencing February 2024
3. NETS Provisional Fellow
The NETS Retrieval Provisional Fellow role for the 2024 Clinical Year has
completed recruiting. The next NETS Retrieval Provisional Fellow
recruitment will be June 2024 for 2025 commencement.
This position will suit trainees in Neonatology, Acute Care General
Paediatrics, Anaesthetics, Paediatric ICU and Paediatric emergency
medicine. The Provisional Fellow role will provide training in and enable
the development of advanced clinical expertise in neonatal and Paediatric
critical care and leadership in retrieval. The role will include
professional development opportunities in simulation, human factor
training and quality improvement.