Postgraduate Year 2 and Beyond positions
The transition to 3-year contracts is expected to alter the SA MET centralised allocation and recruitment process for PGY2 and Beyond this year. The change to the recruitment process will be informed by a review that is currently underway of the alterations needed to implement the updated contract.
The SA MET website and Expression of Interest Guideline will be updated as information becomes available.
We appreciate your patience during this time, and we will endeavour to keep our website and guideline updated with any changes.
If you have any questions, please contact us on HealthSAMET@sa.gov.au.
The PGY2 and Beyond Expression of Interest Guideline (PDF 1350KB), contains expression of interest open and close dates, information about positions, eligibility and minimum criteria. A link to apply will be available once applications open.
Postgraduate Year 2 and beyond
Selection and allocation of Resident Medical Officer (RMO) positions (Postgraduate Year 2 and beyond) in South Australia occurs on an annual basis. It is undertaken through a centralised Expression of Interest process administered by the South Australian Education and Training Unit (SA MET) on behalf of the South Australian Department for Health and Wellbeing and South Australian Local Health Networks (LHNs).
Training programs available in South Australian teaching hospitals include:
Basic Vocational or Pre-specialist Training Positions
Programs that focus on specific medical and surgical specialty areas. These positions will provide you with experience in specific clinical specialties and are suitable if you know the specialty career path you wish to follow. In some cases you will need to be accepted by the relevant specialty college prior to appointment and some specialty appointments are made solely by the relevant college organisations. Information regarding appointment processes and deadlines can be obtained from the individual colleges.
Prevocational (General) Training Positions
Programs that provide further hospital experience. These positions will provide you with general rotations through medical, surgical and emergency units and are suitable if you have not yet decided on a specialist training program or wish to obtain more experience.
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