Our Job offers: Welcome to the team of usterMed hno!
Job advertisement MPA (possibly leading, from 50%)
In order to strengthen our versatile, further education-friendly team, we are looking for an immediate MPA. As you will be carefully familiarised with your new work, ORL knowledge is not part of the requirements. You work in a young and well-rehearsed team in our state-of-the-art ORL surgery, conveniently located near the train station.
Your tasks include:
- Planning, appointment (E-Medicus) and telephone triage
- Audiometrics (including tinnitus)
- Vertigo assessments
- Sleep apnoea assessments
- Allergy testing (PRICK)
- Sniffing tests
- Blood samplings and infusions
- Medication management
- Instrument preparation
- Assistance during minor interventions in our surgery
What we offer:
- at least 5 weeks vacation
- MPAs who you often hear laughing
- modern technology and beautiful work spaces
Your application should offer at best…
- the opportunity to obtain references
- include a current photo
- include your ability documentation
Should it be necessary for your co-operation that you relocate, then we are glad to support you financially in the handling of the one-off costs.
Please send your digital application to our CEO Dr. med. Ulrich Baumann through our advertisement at praxisstellen.ch..
usterMed hno is a young surgery for Otorhinolaryngology in Uster. Since the end of 2015, we have also been offering phoniatric examinations in addition to the treatment of general ENT diseases, and we often treat patients with tinnitus and vertigo. Our state-of-the-art technical equipment enables us to carry out appropriate diagnosis after assignment by colleagues from other areas of the region, in whose group we feel very well received.
The light-flooded, contemporary design surgery in the heart of the city bases on effective work and communication tools. We enjoy using e-mail, Bluetooth and speech recognition. To support pleasant and smooth teamwork, we rely on the support of a team coach. With this backing, it is easy for us to focus on treating patients even when unforeseen peaks exceed normal stress levels.