In Australia, hospitals advertise clinical radiology training positions, and candidates apply directly to the hospital. RANZCR is not involved in the employment process.
In New Zealand, the College oversees a centralised trainee recruitment process. Candidates apply for a training position through RANZCR.
To be accepted into the college's training program, a candidate must:
Application Start date
Application finish date
Interview offer dates
7September-2023 to 8-September 2023
22-June-2023 to 23-June-2023
21-June-2023 at Royal Perth Hospital
NSW Health Recruitment
Contact: Justine Kimber, Education Support Officer
Contact: RANZCR NZ Branch
P +64 4496 5627
Contact: Ashlee Murphy
P 08 7117 2151
Contact: Dr Ronny Low (Network Training Director WA Radiology Training Program)
This information is for trainees who have a confirmed accredited training position in an accredited teaching site.
If you are commencing training in 2024 you are responsible for completing and submitting to the College their RANZCR Training Program Application Form and Trainee Compact (including all required supporting documentation).
How do I apply for specialty training at RANZCR?
If you meet the prerequisites, you can apply for a training position directly to an accredited training site/network. Positions are advertised by each hospital throughout the year.
To join the training program, you need to:
I am an overseas trained doctor or foreign trained candidate. Am I eligible to apply?
Additionally, the employing site/ hospital may also require permanent residency or citizenship of Australia or New Zealand.
To register as a doctor in Australia please visit the Australian Medical Council (AMC) website.
To register as a doctor in New Zealand please visit the Medical Council of New Zealand website.
See also: Applying to Clinical Radiology Training