GP Staffing and Recruitment Specialist

Perth, WA 6000

Reputable brand > Flexible working environment > Supportive management > Friendly team

  • Reputable, professional brand within the medical industry
  • Flexible, supportive working environment
  • Opportunity to leverage across the business

Looking to join an exceptional team and progress your career within the medical industry? To offer a specialised service and ongoing commitment to our members, we are looking to recruit a Medical Practitioner Staffing Specialist to join our welcoming and professional recruitment team.

About AMA Recruit
AMA Recruit is owned and operated by the Australian Medical Association (WA), the largest independent professional organisation for medical practitioners in the state, promoting the health interests of Western Australia. AMA Recruit has been providing highly specialised and targeted recruitment services for more than 30 years, successfully delivering a range of tailored services via our team of highly experienced staffing specialists.

The Role
This exciting opportunity is suited to a motivated individual who will be responsible for delivering a high-quality recruitment service, by managing and growing an existing portfolio of vacancies and continuing to build a network of suitable, qualified candidates.
Key Responsibilities:
  • Promote AMA (WA) recruitment and other services to AMA (WA) members, as well as medical and healthcare markets;
  • Source new opportunities and manage an extensive portfolio of existing AMA members, clients and candidates;
  • Manage the life cycle of a vacancy, from initial brief to placement of a candidate, obtaining and maintaining a sufficient amount of vacancies from clients and generating candidate interest, to ensure targets are met.

About You
We are seeking a highly capable individual, with a passion for excellence and commitment to the industry.
Skills & Experience:
  • Experience in recruiting General Practitioners is essential;
  • A proven track record of achieving consistency in revenue and business generation;
  • Exceptional customer service and stakeholder relationship development skills, to support new business and guarantee ongoing partnerships;
  • Strong written communication skills, with a demonstrated ability to create appealing job advertisements;
  • Ability to work autonomously, while also keen to work within a small team to support the other AMA Recruit business streams where required;
  • An enthusiastic, engaging and hard-working approach to achieving outcomes

Why AMA Recruit?
  • Our brand!
  • For the profession, by the profession, with the purpose of connecting the right doctor with the right practice;
  • We believe our people are our most powerful resource and we aim to build a company culture that encourages personal and professional development;
  • While you will be accountable for your success, we have a flexible working environment built on trust and the capacity to deliver results;
  • You will be provided with all of the ‘tools of the trade’ and the unique opportunity of leveraging across our diverse business to support you to be successful.
Please include a comprehensive resume, together with a 1-page cover letter that highlights your interest in the position and demonstrates your transferable skills and experience in the context of the role.

For a confidential discussion, please contact Hayley Elkin on (08) 9273 3000.

The closing date for applications is Thursday 23 January 2020, at 5pm.

Type: Full-Time
Reference ID: 3086410
Date Posted: 01/07/2020


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