Together with our scandinavian partner in Denmark specialised in recruiting doctors we are now searching for doctors with attestation in Radiology, Pathology, Psychiatry, Emergency medicine.
You will work in a highly specialized radiology department in Denmark’s public healthcare sector. The radiology department works with image-guided diagnostic and therapeutic procedures ranging from ultrasound to magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computed tomography (CT) scan and X-rays besides many other procedures. As a radiologist, you will work closely together with many other medical specialists from other departments, besides radiographers and with nurses. Teamwork and patient-oriented perspective is highly appreciated in the department.
You will work in a highly specialized pathology department in one of Denmark’s state-of-the-art working environments. You will have a chance to work at a hospital with stable surroundings, attractive working conditions, possibilities for professional development, a better work-life balance and a future life and career in one of Europe’s top welfare states, in Scandinavia. The Department offers a good and well-run place of employment, a well-functioning and streamlined laboratory with many sub-specialties working together.
PSYCHIATRIST or CHILD PSYCHIATRIST:
You will work in a specialized psychiatry department in Denmark’s public healthcare sector. The department is looking for new colleagues to reinforce their affection and F-ACT (Flexible Assertive Community Treatment) teams at their recently renovated outpatient clinics. As they work in close cooperation with the nearby university hospital, there are prospects to participate in research activities, although the focus would be put on outpatient treatment. We offer a department with a challenging, stimulating, and inspirational environment focusing on good patient treatment, close cooperation within the unit and with external collaborators as well as an active educational environment.
You will work in a well-equipped hospital department in Denmark’s public healthcare sector. The department expects you to have an interest in the development of child and adolescent psychiatry and to take active responsibility for the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of the patients. Furthermore, they expect you to be involved in the department and contribute positively to the continued development of a good working environment to secure the best possible outcome for the patients and their families. This busy, seaside city is located in a scenic environment surrounded by nature with plenty of leisure time activities like water sports, trekking, and strolling in the nearby national park.
You will work in a highly specialised hospital in Central Jutland with attractive working conditions, possibilities for professional development, a better work-life balance, and a future prospect in one of Europe’s top welfare states, in Scandinavia. You will have excellent opportunities to participate or even initiate research projects and extend your knowledge during local and international trainings and conferences.
You will work in a well-equipped clinic in Denmark’s private healthcare sector. Your main tasks would be providing high-quality specialist fertility services to patients ensuring that care is delivered safely and legally in accordance with regulations.
You will work in a well-equipped hospital department in Denmark’s public healthcare sector. The gynaecology department is a specialist department, they have a midwifery center, a pregnancy outpatient clinic, a maternity ward, gynaecological outpatient clinic, and day surgery section. The hospital is also in cooperation with a nearby university hospital, providing prospects for research although the hospital is primarily looking for a new colleague working with patients on a daily basis at the department. The city is located in a scenic environment surrounded by nature with plenty of leisure time activities like water sports, trekking, and strolling in the nearby national park.
Employee perks, benefits
• Permanent contract
• 110.000€ minimum yearly salary
• 37 hour working week
• 6 weeks paid holiday
• Free 5-month long language course for you and your family
• Monthly € 1000 settlement assistance during language course
• A free trip to Denmark, where you will have the opportunity to visit your future workplace and living area
• Support in integration, in authorization and administrative processes, in finding kindergarten, school, house
• Relocation assistance, spouse employment assistance
Information about the selection process
You can apply for this position by sending of your CV in english language + proof of your education and references to our email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
Requirements for the employee
Candidates with education suit the position
University education (Master's degree)
Doctor, please see specialisation above in job offer text
English - Upper intermediate (B2)
Microsoft Windows - Basic
Number of years of experience
Personality requirements and skills
A minimum 5 years of experience as a doctor and educated in a country that is a member of the European Union or have worked a minimum of 5 consecutive years in a European Union country.
To actually practice as a Doctor of Medicine you also need, apart from a Danish license as a Doctor, to complete courses in Danish legislation and pass the language requirements (Danish level B2 when you start working continuing to C1 level).