Medical Oncologist Job In New Zealand

Te Whatu Ora - Southern. New Zealand

Te Whatu Ora – Southern is seeking a medical oncologist to join their team at Aotearoa, Dublin in New Zealand. The ideal candidate have ability to provide extensive and multifaceted care, with a strong emphasis on patients care, treatment planning and coordination with other healthcare professionals. Our service covers the lower South Island, offering a regional care through a team of eight medical oncologists at a tertiary referral centre with strong link to the school of medicine at the Otago University. The candidate must have adapt to developing and implementing individualized treatment plans, including chemotherapy and biological therapy. This full-time position offers a competitive salary range is $185,380 – $267,980 per year. Applicants must hold a doctor of medicine (MD) degree from an accredited medical school in New Zealand.

Qualifications for Medical Oncologist:

  • Candidate must hold a current doctor of medicine (MD) and doctor of osteopathic medicine degree from an accredited medical school.
  • It must have board certificate in medical oncology from the American board of internal medicine (ABIM).
  • Maintenance of certification through continuous education and re-certification exams.
  • Ability to proven clinical experience in diagnosing and treating various types of cancers.
  • Capability to manage and coordinate with multidisciplinary care teams.

Responsibilities for Medical Oncologist:

  • Candidate is responsible to develop individualized treatment plans tailored to the type and stage of cancer,
  • Ability to prescribe and manage chemotherapy regimens, including determining appropriate dosages and schedules.
  • Participate in clinical research trials to explore new treatments and improve existing protocols.
  • Maintain accurate and detailed records of patients medical histories, treatments and outcomes.


  • Competitive salary packages.
  • Opportunity for career development and to enhance knowledge.
  • Provide supportive team environment.
  • Flexible working hours to manage work load.

Te Whatu Ora – Southern, covering the largest geographical area among all New Zealand regions, provides essential healthcare services to 350,000 peoples across diverse communities. We are committed to enhancing, promoting and protecting the health of our region.

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