Postgraduate Medical Council of Western Australia

The Postgraduate Medical Council of Western Australia offers a wide range of resources and links for medical students, medical graduates, clinicians, medical educators and many more people involved in the education, teaching and training of pre-vocational doctors.

News and Events

Intern & Resident Medical Officer Application Evenings

Presented by the Australian Medical Association (WA), the Postgraduate Medical Council of WA and the WA Country Health Service.
Come and get tips from the experts on:

  • How to prepare your CV
  • How to answer the selection criteria
  • Hear from WACHS about rural opportunities
  • Find out how to apply for a 2018 job with WA Health
  • Have your questions answered

Final Year Medical Student session - Held on Wednesday 10 May

To access the recording of this session, please visit this link (external site). 
The Intern application slides can be accessed here (PDF 2MB)

Current Intern/RMO session - Held on Thursday 18 May

To access the recording of this session, please visit this link (external site).
The RMO application slides can be accessed here (PDF 1.44MB).

2018 centralised recruitment – Now Open

Intern Applications
Open: Monday 8 May 2017 12:00 noon (WST)
Close: Friday 2 June 2017 12:00 noon (WST)

Resident Medical Officer (RMO) Applications 
Open: Monday 15 May 2017 12:00 noon (WST)
Close: Wednesday 14 June 2017 12:00 noon (WST)

Applications will only be accepted through MedJobsWA (external site), You may wish to register on this website to receive notifications of vacancies as they become available. You can create a profile and select your preferred job categories. You will receive an automatic notice when a new position is advertised.

JMO Survival Guide and JMO Wellbeing Reference

Written by junior doctors for junior doctors, the JMO Survival Guide and the JMO Wellbeing Guide include information and useful contacts, and can be used as a guide for where to go for help or advice.

Workforce Summary Sheets

SWCP summary sheets for 2015 have been developed by the Department of Health Medical Workforce Branch to provide an overview of WA’s current and future medical workforce, including shortfall projections to 2021 and 2025 for 48 medical specialties. Copies of all 48 summary sheets are available on the SWCP 2015 summary sheet webpage (external link)