Fellowships

Information for members on current fellowships available in the specialty of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.

Should you wish to list a relevant fellowship, please email eo@anzaoms.org

Maxillofacial Surgery Fellow (Oncology and Reconstruction)

The Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Waikato Hospital (Health NZ) is now accepting applications for the position of Maxillofacial Surgery Fellow (Oncology and Reconstruction) for 2025. 

This would be an excellent position for someone looking to form a solid foundation in this subspeciality of OMS, whilst broadening their core skills in Facial Trauma management, Research and Teaching. There is a generous Specialist Salary and Benefits package associated with this position, whilst having an opportunity to see the country from a central and accessible location.  Please click the button below for further details and to apply or contact Thasvir (Taz) Singh if you have any queries on thasvir.singh@waikatodhb.health.nz

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Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Fellowship in Facial Deformity Hobart 2025 (KLS Martin)

Applications are open for the Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery (Facial Deformity) Fellowship in Hobart, Tasmania. The position will allow the successful applicant to further training and interest. The position will commence in Feb 2025. 

The applicant should possess the FRACDS (OMS), or its international equivalent qualification. Full specialist registration with the Medical and Dental Boards of Australia in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (AHPRA) is mandatory at commencement. 

The position provides the successful candidate with the opportunity to develop further training and expertise in all aspects of OMS, focusing on deformity. The appointment will be at Calvary Hospital and the Tasmanian Health Service for 12 months (subject to successful appointment).

The range of caseload includes but is not limited to – 

1) Complex Trauma (hard and soft tissue) 

2) Management of acquired and congenital dentofacial deformities and complex orthognathic procedures. 

3) Complex TMJoint Surgery and reconstruction 

4) Complex Dental Implantology and reconstruction 

5) Secondary cleft surgery

The timetable allows some flexibility with respect to clinical workload, and there is scope for exposure to attend clinical cases with other surgeons including similar craft group specialties (subject to institutional approval). The appointee will report to the Fellowship Supervisor.

An excellent remuneration package is provided to the successful candidate through private practice associateship, assisting fees and salary. 

You will be required to undertake research activity as part of your role, and aim to complete one project which may be submitted for publication. Participation in continuing education and presentations, as well as completion of a surgical logbook are mandatory. Participation in on-call (second on-call as a consultant) and after-hours activities will be required.

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For more information, contact fellowship supervisor Mr Ankit Garg via ankit@tomis.com.au or 0417543380. 

To apply please send cover letter and Resume to Mr Ankit Garg at ankit@tomis.com.au

As a result of Coronavirus (COVID-19), it is a condition of employment with Calvary HealthCare, subject to reasonable exemptions, that you have had COVID-19 vaccinations, including where recommended by public health authorities and booster vaccinations.

As a child safe organisation, all successful applicants are required to satisfactorily clear a National Police Check and hold a valid employee Working with Children Check (provided by you).

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Epworth/Monash Health Oral & Cranio Maxillofacial Fellowship

  • Richmond VIC 3121, Australia
  • Full-time
  • Commencement 5th Aug 2024 for 6 months, with an opportunity to extend for a further 6 months: 
  • Hospital/Service: Epworth Corporate

Job Description

Epworth Richmond Hospital has a long and proud history in providing and supporting cutting edge Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery (OMS) Services to patients in Melbourne. As part of this ongoing commitment to excellence, Epworth Richmond is excited to announce a Fellowship opportunity in the field of Oral & Cranio-Maxillofacial Surgery. 

Monash Health Children’s Hospital is part of Monash Health and is one of Australia’s leading providers of integrated children’s health services. The hospital has a long-standing history of providing a multi-disciplinary and structured approach towards the management of children with cleft and craniofacial anomalies. Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons play a key role in the MDT management of these patients.

An exciting new position is open to national and international applicants with appropriate qualifications in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery to further their training and interest. The applicant should possess the FRACDS (OMS), or its international equivalent qualification. For international applicants, registration with either the Medical/Dental Boards of Australia (AHPRA) is mandatory.

The position provides the successful candidate with the opportunity to develop further sub-specialty training and expertise in the areas of paediatric OMS and secondary cleft surgery, management of acquired and congenital dentofacial deformities and complex orthognathic procedures. The timetable allows some flexibility with respect to clinical workload, and there is scope for exposure to TMJ surgery and trauma (by invitation) to attend clinical cases with Supervising Surgeons at other institutions (subject to institutional approval). The appointee will report to the Chief Supervisor of Epworth & Monash Health Stryker Fellowship, and when functioning at other institutions will be under the guidance of the Heads of relevant departments of those institutions, and report directly to the supervising surgeon.

The successful candidate is expected to undertake research activity as part of their role and aim to complete one project which may be submitted for publication. Participation in continuing education and presentations, as well as completion of a surgical logbook are mandatory. Participation in on-call and after-hours activity may be required from time to time.

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Synthes Trumatch Orthognathic Sugery Fellowship, Melbourne, Australia

Through generous funding provided by Johnson and Johnson Pty Ltd and Synthes Pty Ltd a Fellowship in Orthognathic Surgery has become available in Melbourne, Australia.

The Fellow will get exposure to a large volume of orthognathic cases working with Mr Nick Rutherford and six other surgeons across Melbourne for a period of six months.

The focus is Orthognathic Surgery using Trumatch VSP but areas of Trauma and Head and Neck Reconstruction can be facilitated through Austin Health.

The Fellow will gain experience in the following areas;

  1. Preoperative assessment.
  2. Trumatch virtual planning including access to all sessions.
  3. Executing orthognathic procedures in conjunction with Trumatch printed prostheses.
  4. Postoperative management.

The post is sponsored by Johnson and Johnson Pty Ltd / Synthes Pty Ltd and governance provided by Ramsay Health Pty Ltd. The fellow will be based predominantly at Warringal Private Hospital.

Salary $90K AUD per annum supplemented by billing for surgical assistance from Medicare and private health funds.

Commencement: Monday August 5th 2024 onwards for six months (open to earlier commencement from 29th April 2024 if available)

Candidates must or be able to be registered as a Medical Practitioner with AHPRA and completed their OMFS training with FRACDS(OMS) or equivalent.

For further information, complete job description and application please contact Mr Nick Rutherford on njrutherford@bigpond

What is ANZAOMS?

The Australian and New Zealand Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons (ANZAOMS) is the professional representative organisation for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (OMS).

Our focus is on the advancement, advocacy for, and continuing education of OMS, through engagement with all levels of government, regulators, key public and private stakeholders and the general public.

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