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there so many things to like here in new zealand smile

yes we are looking for biomed in windy wellington.

our pool of talents getting smaller and smaller as people moving out of nz..

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If only I could convince my wife !!!!! (Geoff and myself could split a job in two....)

Not meaning to be facetious, people are leaving NZ to go where, Bali perhaps.....

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... Acton, Hammersmith ... ?


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well mostly to aussie or just anywhere, younger people/family wanting to get out from the country..
blame it on covid lockdown and restriction and inflation etc

we are looking to sponsorship option..

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Hi All

Yup there's a shortage of Biomed's in NZ.

Any one looking to move to NZ and is a Biomed - then you probably could get a position in any on the 'major' towns (cities) in NZ.

Phil in NZ

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Hmmm... food for thought, but I think I am a bit 'long in the tooth' ;-)


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Hi

John - How about a few months as a "busmans holiday"

Phil

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Is there an "agency technician" scene in New Zealand, then?

What's the age limit?

What's the score re: visas?

(Asking for a friend)


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Hi

Well the "agency scene" does not exist yet..

And, I have no idea about Visa's.

Ill have to find out and get back.

But there is a dire need in NZ for Biomeds - especially Biomeds with experience
who could come over and train etc.

Like I said above - Ill get back to you.

Phil;

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No "agency scene"? Could be a business opportunity for somebody, then (although the market may be a bit small).

How about "freelancers" ... are they tolerated?

"Coming over to train" ... could be short-term (presumably); "locums", then. Greybeard biomeds from Oz taking a break, perhaps.

How is it in NZ ... are in-house biomeds directly employed by the government hospitals (Health Boards, whatever)? Who looks after the small government hospitals and clinics?

Is much use made of service contractors?

Are there many private hospitals (and clinics)? Do they have their own biomeds?


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