Vet Nurses and other support staff

These advertisers are seeking work in the Veterinary and Animal Care industries. Employers are welcome to contact job seekers directly.


Nellie, Sydney, NSW (posted 25th November) Qualified & Experienced Vet Nurse

Hello
I am a qualified, Certificate IV Veterinary Nurse (five years).

I’m after full time/part time work in any areas of Sydney and available immediately.

I am a highly motivated, proactive nurse who loves to dive in to the action. I thrive when placed under pressure- when I am able to draw on my knowledge and experience to provide the best care for my patients. I enjoy all aspects of nursing and have a strong interest in animal rehabilitation .I am an extremely loyal employee and am dedicated to my career. I am an advocate for ongoing learning and appreciate any opportunity to expand my knowledge base and improve my skills. I am a competent and capable nurse in both a team setting, and as an individual.

I am also interested in training to becoming a practice manager and/or head nurse.

You can email happyvetnurse21@yahoo.com

I look forward hearing from you.


Farouq Sharifpour, Adelaide, SA (posted 24th November) Overseas Qualified Vet Looking for Vet Nurse Position

My name is Farouq and I am looking for a part-time/casual vet nurse, vet tech or a vet assistant job in South Australia. I am a PhD student in veterinary infectious diseases at Adelaide University. Before commencing my PhD in Australia, I was a qualified vet in my home country, Iran, and I have worked as a practitioner over there for more than three years both in large animals and pet practice. I am not a registered vet in Australia yet, but I do have a lot of clinical experience that can be useful as a vet nurse, vet tech or vet assistant in both small animals and food animals.

Availability:
Part-time and casual weekdays and weekends.

Skills:

Experience:
NOVEMBER 2014 – AUGUST 2017: Official Self-Employed Veterinary Practitioner (Mix practice)
September 2012 – June 2014: Veterinary Internship at Urmia University Veterinary hospital, Urmia, West Azerbaijan, Iran.

Mobile No.:                 +61 470 581 827
E-mail address:         mohammadfarouq.sharifpour@adelaide.edu.au


Gemma Cole, SOR Perth, WA, (posted 23rd November) Trainee Veterinary Nurse

I am a student vet nurse seeking employment at a veterinary clinic. I have completed the Fear Free Certification program and advocate for low stress handling of all patients. I am experienced and confident in completing clinic duties including kennel, surgery, cleaning, treatment and reception roles. I have also worked in zoo-keeping and wildlife rehabilitation settings

I am competent in handling animals (including exotics and wildlife), monitoring anaesthetics, customer service, working either independently or in team and have excellent infection control skills. I am always keen to have a go at blood collection, placing catheters and intubation.

I continuously aspire to further my knowledge and expertise in animal care and actively seek opportunities to improve my skills.

As I am currently studying, I am seeking casual work on Wednesdays  (I am available all day) and depending on shift times, I may be available early mornings or some afternoons.

For my resume please contact me at: gcole8@aapt.net.au

Claire Walker, Wandin and surrounds, Yarra Valley, VIC (posted 23rd November) Experienced UK Vet Nurse

My name is Claire and I am a UK qualified RVN with over 21 years experience.

I have moved to the Yarra Valley from Western Australia and looking for a part time locum position preferably within a 30 minute drive of Wandin.

I have worked in general practice for 10 years and have over 13 years experience in orthopaedic and neurology.

I am an extremely hard working, reliable, compassionate and methodical worker who thrives on a busy environment.

During my career, I have always had the attitude to treat people how you want to be treated yourself and treat every patient like there your own.

I have my own transport and can be available to start straight away. 

I am comfortable working in all aspects of nursing, but my strengths would be anaesthesia and surgery.

I look forward to hearing from you on Clairedonnwalker@hotmail.com

Kind regards,
Claire Walker RVN 

(I am currently 18 weeks pregnant and available until end of March 2021)


Jennifer Barber, Liverpool & Surrounds, NSW (posted 20th November) Trainee Vet Nurse

Dear Sir or Madam,

My name is Jennifer Barber and I am currently studying Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing with TAFE NSW and I'm looking for a work placement to seeking experience as a trainee veterinary nurse.

As I feel like I don't get enough veterinary nursing skills with my current work placement.

My current hours are 147 hours out of 480 hours.

My current availabilities are Monday, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday and public holidays. My tetanus vaccination is up to
date.

If you would like to know more about my skillset or to discuss an employment opportunity, please reach out to me on 0426 003 031 or email: jenniferbarber_@outlook.com .


Sarah Adamson, Yarra Valley, VIC (posted 12th November) Trainee Veterinary Nurse 

Attention Veterinary Clinics 
My name is Sarah Adamson and I am seeking a trainee vet nurse position 15 – 20hrs per week to enable me to study the rest of the Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing at Box Hill TAFE. 

Why you should hire me: 
I have already completed the Certificate IV in Veterinary skillset course at Box Hill (Lilydale) TAFE which covers the following components of the qualification. 

I have over 18 years of industry experience within various roles, both voluntary and paid including RSPCA, Coldstream Animal Aid Vet Clinic and Wellington Park Petcare and Training Kennels. 

I was also employed at Claws n’ paws pet supplies for 6 years and have developed excellent customer service skills, great product knowledge, register skills (eftpos), booking grooming appointments, dealing with customer returns, merchandising, stock invoicing and stock rotation.

I spent a year volunteering at the Coldstream Animal Aid Veterinary clinic and thoroughly enjoyed and learnt firsthand about a lot about the day to day workings of a vet clinic.

I am enthusiastic to gain experience, and believe I would be a suitable candidate for trainee roles. I am very interested in all of the varied roles veterinary nurses have to fulfil. I have a positive and friendly attitude, and I am eager to work in a team environment and with animals.  

I can be contacted via email sadamson293@hotmail.com or via phone 0409 235 113.

To discuss in further detail my skills and experience for a position in your clinic.

A copy of my CV and referrals are available on request.

I have my driver’s licence and own car and am willing to travel distances.


Bronwen Jones, Sydney, NSW (posted 3rd November) Trainee Vet Nurse

Hello my name is Bronwen i am currently studying, and about to finish my NZ certificate in Veterinary Nursing level 5. I am looking for Part-time (paid) work who is willing to take me on as a trainee vet nurse while I go on to do my Diploma in Veterinary nursing level 6 degree at the beginning of February 2021. 

I have 1 full year experience in a vet clinic gaining skills and knowledge while I have been studying and I am now competent in my abilities to do surgical nursing skills, hospital nursing roles, medical and floating nursing roles, and basic receptionist duties (i have a wide range of knowledge on computers so am willing to expand this more). 
Along with 5+ years experience in animal industry facilities, with running my own dog business.

I am very passionate about my animals and want to provide the best quality care, me being an enthusiastic and hard worker i would be a great asset to the team, i am always willing to learn more and someone who loves to be a part of the team and get right into things, with a great sense of humour to bring to the table. 

if you think i am the right fit for your clinic, i would love to hear from you and can give you my CV and cover letter upon request 

Email: bronnie.j18@gmail.com 
Mobile: +64 221 880412


Annelise Marshall, Inner & Northside Brisbane (posted 3rd November)

Hello, my name is Annelisse Marshall 
Do you need another Qualified Certified 4 veterinary nurse on your amazing team or looking for a locum veterinary nurse to cover holiday, sick leave, maternity leave cover. 
I am even happy to come in one day per week and roll my sleeves up and help with whatever is required, I am not afraid of hard work. 

I have completed my certificate 4 in veterinary through open colleges. I have founding a new passion of emergency and critical care and want support from a clinic/hospital that will help me to fulfil my dreams. I have software experience in Vet link sql, Xerox management software, Index blood machines, anaesthetic monitoring. My phone manner is polite and professional and I am able to empathize with clients.  I have a calm & friendly professional manner with a sense of humour. I have an excellent amazing ‘can do’, and I am a team player. 

I have performed as a qualified certificate 4 Veterinary Nursing: 
patient admission and discharges, appointment; Setting up fluid bags and IV pumps ready; monitoring  the animal’s vital signs under the anaesthetic; Preparing the necessary equipment (sprey kit, cruciate kit, etc) for the rostered surgeries. 
And lots more duties 

Thank you for taking the time to read my advert. Please get in touch on Annelisse.marshall@outlook.com  if you would like to discuss my experience in more detail or any potential opportunities; I am also happy to send over my CV and cover letter.  


Amelia Bunting, Melbourne East VIC (posted 16th October) Trainee Vet Nurse

Hello my name's Amelia.I am currently studying, and about to finish my Certificate III in Animal Studies (Specialising in Veterinary Nurse Skills). I am currently looking for a trainee vet nurse position (paid or voluntary) to enrol into my Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing to start at the beginning of February.

I am super passionate about animals and I have been surrounded by them my entire life. I aspire to become a veterinary nurse in the near future! I have had previous work experience for a week at a vet clinic, and I am also currently volunteering at a vet clinic in the shelter department.

I would love placement so I can continue on with my passion for animals. I live in the Eastern suburbs of Melbourne but I am willing to travel.

Thank you so much for taking time out of your day to read my advertisement.

I am happy to send you my resume and cover letter on request.

Phone: 0421 331 803
Email: mil.bunting@gmail.com


Kat Marsh, Richmond & Surrounds, VIC (posted 9th October) Trainee Vet Nurse

My name’s Kat and I am currently studying for my Certificate III in Animal Studies with ACVN and I’m looking for a placement to help me complete the course.

I’ve managed to work through my theory during lockdown and have just 2 assessments left, which has given me great general knowledge of the subject, but I am now looking for the hands-on experience I need.

I have extensive experience in administration and customer service but am new to the animal world having made the career change at the beginning of the year. Whilst I currently have no direct experience working with animals, I have owned many myself and have a great understanding of the importance of the veterinary industry and the level of trust and responsibility that comes with any role within it. I have begun this journey on a new career path because I want to combine my passion for working with people with my desire to help animals.

I am due to move back to the UK early next year and so I am really hoping someone can give me a chance to complete my course and begin my career in vet nursing.

My availability is fully flexible regarding days of the week/time of shifts and I can get access to a car to travel regionally if needed.

Thank you for taking the time to read my advert. Please get in touch if you would like to discuss my experience in more detail or any potential opportunities; I am also happy to send over my CV and letters of recommendation from previous employers.

Phone: 0455 717 994
Email: katmarsh421@gmail.com


Suzanne, Chermside, Brisbane, QLD (posted 2nd October) Experienced Veterinary Receptionist/Nurse 

I am seeking Full or Part-Time Veterinary Reception/Customer Service/Administration roles on the Northside of Brisbane (Availability can include Saturday’s & Sunday’s) 

I am even happy to come in one day per week and roll my sleeves up and help with whatever is required, I am not afraid of hard work.

Cert II Animal Studies - considering restarting my studies for my Cert IV.

Almost 10 years veterinary industry experience and over 25+ years combined administration, customer service and recruitment experience.

Veterinary experience includes reception management, extensive customer service, cash handling, daily banking & EFTPOS reconciliations, management of all administrative tasks, writing company protocols, emailing company newsletters, meeting & greeting clients, coordinate patient admission and discharges, appointment, scheduling & appointment reminder calls, running successful puppy school classes, educate clients on products, food & animal care, printing fortnightly reminder letters, setting up insurance policies & insurance claim administration, managing the company Facebook page, stock control, dispensing of medications, assisting veterinarians during consultations, examinations and treatments, care for hospitalised animals, feeding and exercising, surgery preparations & surgery support including anaesthetic monitoring, assist veterinarians with blood collection for laboratory and in-house testing, maintain hygiene by cleaning and disinfecting animal cages, floors, bench tops, consulting rooms, waiting rooms and surgeries, sterilise instruments & equipment

If you would like a copy of my full resume for your perusal you can contact me as follows;
Mobile:  0450 532 406
Email:  suzannegray2@hotmail.com


Mandy Weaver, Sydney NSW (posted 1st October) Qualified Vet Nurse

Hi, my name’s Mandy and I am Registered Veterinary Nurse (Cert IV qualified) with 10 years of full time veterinary nursing experience (general practice).

I have a newfound passion for anaesthesia monitoring and therefore I am looking to expand my knowledge and skills in that area. I currently work full time (4 days per week) with limited anaesthesia exposure in my current position. I am hoping to find short term alternative Friday morning work (I’m also happy to be a non paid shadow) in anaesthesia monitoring to make my heart happy, and to increase my knowledge and skills by learning from fellow anaesthesia lovers to be the best I can be. Non routine monitoring preferable.

I am happy to discuss alternative days however I cannot promise anything at this stage.

If you would like any further information please contact me on: weaver.mandy@hotmail.com


William Kastrinakis, Sydney-Wide (posted 29th September) Entry Level Vet Nurse / Animal Attendant

Availability: Part-Time or Casual; Saturday - Wednesday

Looking For:

Qualifications:

Experience:

Contact Email: kastrinakis.w@outlook.com
Contact Number: 0416 563 236


Jessica, West Melbourne, VIC (posted 28th September) Qualified Vet Nurse

Fully Qualified Veterinary nurse
Full-Time or Part-Time work.

Fully qualified veterinary nurse of 5 years.
Confident in all aspects of nursing including catheters, blood collection, surgery monitoring, and day to day running. I have small amount of experience with both equine and wildlife. Great team player and exceptional with client relations.

If you would like a copy of my resume, please email jessica.veterinary.nurse@gmail.com or call 0481 387 911


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