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.

Suzen Riverson, Melbourne East, VIC (posted 6th April) Qualified & Experienced Vet Nurse

Dear Practice Managers,

I am looking for (preferably) permanent full time work, in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne, but happy with part time or locum. I have done locum work before, and adjusted well to different clinic methods.

Certificate IV qualified Veterinary Nurse
Competent in:

Available Monday - Friday, with the occasional Saturday if needed.

I was working at a clinic, when COVID-19 started, and practiced safe social distancing measures, while in a quiet and busy environment (i.e. managing consultations one at a time and phone payments as well as wearing the appropriate PPE and answering phones). If you are also taking similar safety measures, I am happy to jump in and support the team, no matter the challenges that may arise. 

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me on:
M 0413 506 913
Linked In:
I look forward to hearing from you. 

Hayley Keegan, Townsville Region, QLD (posted 3rd April) Locum Vet Nurse

I’m a qualified VN with 4 years experience and am confident in all aspects of nursing, with particular interest in surgical and anaesthetic nursing.

I’ve moved to Townsville to work as a human nurse, but wanting to fill in some of my spare time continuing to work as a veterinary nurse too!

Available for locum or casual work around my roster at the hospital. Feel free to contact me if you have anything available or would like a copy of my resume/ referees. Happy to travel within 40 mins of West End.

Morgan Warren, Brisbane, QLD (posted 1st April) Qualified and Experienced Vet Nurse

I'm a certificate IV qualified veterinary nurse with 10+ years experience in the industry and also currently hold a RCVS RVN title. I've worked in numerous general practices, as well as a specialist hospital, ECC department, shelter, inspectorate department and a wildlife hospital as well as working as a locum RVN in the London.

I am Brisbane based and have a keen interest in emergency and exotics, but also love general practice nursing. I am confident in all aspects of nursing and am more than happy to send through a copy of my CV. Feel free to contact me at

Suzanne, Chermside Brisbane, QLD (posted 31st March) Part Time Experienced Veterinary Receptionist/Nurse 

Looking for 1-3 days per week Thursday - Sunday.  I will consider full time for the right role.  Available with one weeks notice.
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.
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

Taleetha, Perth, WA (posted 30th March) Qualified Vet Nurse

My name is Taleetha and I am a qualified Veterinary Nurse in Perth, Western Australia. I completed my Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing last year (2019) and a Certificate III in Companion Animal Services the year before.

I have completed various work placements in clinics as well as volunteered as a Veterinary Nurse at the Animal Protection Society.  I also have 5 years of customer service experience along side 5 years experience in the animal care industry. This varies from wildlife to domestic animals in shelters and doggy daycare/grooming facilities. More details about my experience and skills are provided in my resume.

I enjoy many aspects of nursing from reception to surgery and even cleaning. I’m very passionate about the industry and am open to further training to expand my knowledge and skills. I’m looking for any kind of position whether it’s full time, part time or casual. I am available 7 days a week with flexible hours and am willing to travel.

I can provide my resume, certificates and a cover letter on request. Please contact me via email: or phone: 0420 409 822

Theresa Davis, Perth WA (posted 27th March) Qualified Experienced Veterinary Nurse.

My name is Theresa and I am a qualified and registered Veterinary Nurse. I completed my Certificate 4 in Veterinary Nursing at Polytechnic West in December 2012, building on my Certificates 2 and 3 in Companion Animal Services.

In addition to almost 6 years of paid employment in the veterinary industry, I have also undertaken several unpaid work experience placements in various clinics - notably including Lilongwe wildlife Centre in Malawi, Vetwest, Murdoch Vet Hospital and Ocean Reef Veterinary Clinic.

Furthermore, I am fully registered with the Vet Surgeons Board of WA. Aside from my nursing experience, I have a solid foundation in customer service and administration – developed during my four years in the public service.

I'm looking for a permanent full time employment but flexible for part time or casual. Free for day and night shifts, can start immediately I have great confidence in my abilities and believe my knowledge, skills and interests would be invaluable to your clinic.

Any further information required or if you would like a copy of my CV please feel free to contact me.

Phone: 0412 253 398

Katie, Australia Wide (posted 24th March) Qualified Vet Nurse

I am a qualified Bachelor of Science Honours degree veterinary nurse seeking employment in Australia. I am currently located in NSW but I am willing to travel to the destination of the right job for me! I am available from May 2020 and would be interested in part time or full time positions.

I have 2+ years of clinical experience behind me, including emergency and critical care and general practice. This allows me to be a valuable and hardworking addition to any veterinary team. I am highly adaptable to different environments and areas of veterinary practice. I enjoy the flow of busy veterinary practice while working with dedicated teams.

Feel free to contact me on (+61) 0432 323 584 or I have a curriculum vitae to forward and am happy to provide more information.

Kathrine Lynch, Ryde & North-West Sydney, NSW (posted 20th March) Qualified & Experienced Vet Nurse

Hi my name is Kathrine Lynch, I’m experienced, qualified and looking for work as an oncology nurse, I have been working full time at a specialist hospital in oncology for the past 6+ years and absolutely love the work, Prior to that I have worked as a general practice nurse for over 4 years. I’m heavily skilled in catheter placement, blood collection, drawing up and giving of chemotherapy and consulting with Owners.

Please contact me on either
0420 471 472 or  for further information.

Shannen Johnson, WA (posted 18th March) Experienced Cert IV

I’m a Certificate IV Veterinary Nurse, qualified in 2012. I have recently moved back from the UK, where I've been working as a sole charge ECC night nurse for 2 years. I am looking for locum work in WA.

To find out more please contact me on:

Phone: 0484 615 859

Kirsty Kajewski, Gold Coast/Brisbane, QLD (posted 17th March) Trainee Nurse

I am currently seeking employment within my dream career.

I have worked in Real Estate most of my adult years but realising we spend most of our life at work, I started a study plan back in 2017 to support my plans to change and work within my dream career.

I have completed my pet grooming course and certificate III in animal’s studies through the Australian College of Veterinary Nursing. I have gained experience through work placement and working as a volunteer ambulance driver for the RSPCA on Weekends and I have now enrolled in my certificate IV in vet nursing. To continue these studies and complete this course, I need a minimum of two (2) days employment in a clinic as a vet nurse, though this is proving challenging due to the lack of opportunities out there for inexperienced students or trainee nurses.

My certificate III is my first year in a certificate IV in vet nursing. So realistically I have completed my first year in this course and am looking to complete my certificate IV within a year, maybe two.  

If given the opportunity I would be an employee willing to learn to which you could train and mold into the employee, you need. I am very passionate about this change in career and consider myself to be a capable, diligent worker with great people and animal skills. If given the chance I could excel in your company and become a valued employee. Long days and extra hours and travel would not be a problem. 

Please contact or call 0433 875 867.

Amber, Southern Tasmania (posted 16th March) Recently Qualified Vet Nurse

Hello, my name is Amber and I live in Claremont, Tasmania. I have recently completed my Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing in December 2019 and am looking to further my career in a part time or ideally full-time position. I am available to work Saturday through to Thursday, currently I am not available to work on Fridays. I am willing to travel in Southern Tasmania for employment and have my own car and full licence. I have 2 years’ experience as a Veterinary Nurse working at Ten Lives Cat Centre and have also done 4 months’ work placement at Hobart Community Veterinary Hospital in 2019. In my time working at Ten Lives Cat Centre & Hobart Community Veterinary Hospital I have learnt the foundations of being an excellent nurse including low stress handling and restraint, patient care, surgery preparation, anaesthetic monitoring, post-operative care, assisting with x-rays, ultrasounds and pathology. I believe I would be a great addition to your team as I am a very hard worker, I am a great team player but also work great independently. I always go above and beyond what is required of me. I am great at anticipating needs and am always one step ahead. I have a very caring nature and am passionate about providing a high level of patient care and always practicing low stress handling, especially with feline patients

I can provide my resume, certificate and references on request. Please email me on or call me on 0457 593 003

Leah, Central Coast, NSW (posted 16th March) Casual/Part Time Nursing/Animal Attendant work - Experienced Vet Nurse

My name is Leah, I am based on the central coast of NSW.  Looking for casual or permanent part time veterinary nursing or animal attendant work. I am already employed working a 7 day fortnight so my availability at this stage would be Tuesdays and perhaps every second Monday or Wednesday.  I am also open to covering the occasional Saturday when available.

My current role is with RSPCA NSW as an Animal and Customer Care Officer.  I possess 9 years experience in a broad background of veterinary nursing across referral and general practice clinics including reception duties in my more recent role as a veterinary nurse.

I am experienced in anaesthetic and surgical duties, nursing care and medical management, pathology collection and processing, communications and education with pet owners, maintenance of clinic equipment, coaching of work experience students and dispensary and cleaning protocols.

I enjoy working in a team environment but can be proactive when working independently.  I am happy to undertake a variety of tasks and take pride in completion within given timeframes.  I work to the best of my ability in making patient comfort and care a priority.  I have a love of all animals however possess a keen interest in rabbits.  Having had very spoilt pets of my own I have learnt a lot regarding the general and medical care of this species.

I look forward to speaking with you if you have some shifts to be covered. I can provide a detailed resume for your review.

Regards Leah
0423 272 133

Liberty Bain, Northern Perth, WA (posted 13th March) Qualified & Experienced Vet Nurse

Hello, my name is Liberty Bain, and I'm a registered veterinary nurse with 7 years of experience since completing my Cert IV at Applied Vocational Training in 2012, as well a few years of volunteer or kennel hand work beforehand.

I live in the northern suburbs of Perth, and I'm happy to travel anywhere north of the river. I have a driver's license and my own car, and I'm available all weekdays, weekends, and public holidays for full time work.

I am confident in surgical, medical and reception duties, and I enjoy working with the public, always receiving great feedback for my customer service skills and retaining new clients. Those around me would describe me as a confident, warm, and trustworthy person, and I make friends very easily with co-workers while still maintaining a very professional conduct.

I would welcome any further training necessary, I am available for interview at any time, and I can start immediately as I have already finished at my previous job.

Please contact me via email (, or mobile (0424 669 643) if you would like to view my resume or for any further information.

Sara Sause, North-West Sydney & Surrounds, NSW (posted 11th March) Trainee Vet Nurse

My name is Sara Sause and I am studying at Richmond TAFE and I live in Beaumont Hills. I am currently enrolled in Animal Science Cert III. I plan to enroll in the TAFE Certificate III for Captive Animal Science in July. I am seeking a my pre-course work placement position for two full days per week. until I complete my Cert III Captive through 2021 and beyond.

My course requires me to work with animals beyond cats and dogs, so I am looking for work with bird, fish, horses, alpacas or exotic animals. 

A bit about me:
I am mature and physically fit and seeking captive animal work experience. I have retired from my former IT professional to pursue my lifelong love of animals. I no longer have a heavy travel schedule or long working hours and I can now pursue my dream of working with animals, people, conservation and educating the public. 

Many of my corporate skills translate very well to retail - sales, customer service, empathy, excellent communication including public speaking, a good sense of humour, confidence using software, etc. I can be quite charming with people and cool-headed in an emergency, and I am very tech savvy. 

I am not squeamish, dealing with feces, regurgitations, or blood doesn't phase me and I am a fast, efficient and hygienic cleaner.

I am unconcerned with prestige and unafraid of hard physical work - my expectations are to start at the bottom and work my way up.

I have a reliable car, paid insurance and NSW drivers license. I am open to learning to drive a forklift, getting microchip certified, and any other certifications required to work in your establishment.

You can contact me on 0419 984 006 or by email at

Marta Godio, Bacchus Marsh VIC (posted 9th March) Overseas Qualified & Experienced Full Time Vet Nurse

I'm Marta Godio, an Italian Vet nurse. I'm looking for a full time position. I'm 26 years old, I get my bachelor degree at University of Milano, I'm qualify as vet nurse, and I’m registered ATAV (Italian vet nurse association).

I used to work for more than one year (2018-2019) in an Italian emergency hospital with a team of 10 vets specialist in emergency surgery, ultrasound, physiotherapy and dermatology. The name of the hospital is "Bulldog House" and they have a special focus on bulldog and brachycephalic breed in general. I used to train with Dott. Salvatore Di Graci, specialist in exotic animal and vet of the zoo “Safari Park di Varallo Pombia" in 2017.

I'm strong motivated in my job and I really love what I do. I can work under pressure and it is not a problem working during the night or public holiday. I used to train and work as vet nurse since 2017. I'm ready for jump in a new team, I'm able to pace IV catheter and collecting bold, preparing animal for surgery and monitoring during operations.

I arrived in Australia the 2nd of October. I have a working holiday visa (first year) and I finished my farm job so I can apply for the second year (2021). I have a car, a Victoria driving licence, Medicare & ambulance cover. I have a good level of English and I try to improve every day.

I love animals and I brought my dog with me from Italy because I can't image my live without her. I love study and improve every day in my job and in life.  I'm happy and positive, people tell that I'm always smiling and it's true...I love my job! I believe in team, people and respect.

I'm in Bacchus Marsh now, but for an interesting offer I can move everywhere in Australia.

Best regard,
Marta Godio
ph: 0411814110

Jemima Gamble, Perth WA, (posted 6th March) Qualified Veterinary Nurse

Hi, my name is Jemima and I’m a recently graduated Vet Nurse. I completed my Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing from the Bentley South Metropolitan TAFE campus in 2019 and the Certificate III in Companion Animal Services the year prior. I am looking for either a part time or locum position in a clinic or any volunteering opportunities to get more experience. I’m based in the eastern suburbs of Perth but am happy to travel far for a position. I’m looking for any type of work in the clinic from reception to hospital.

I’m an avid and passionate volunteer, having five years experience at Kanyana Wildlife Hospital and three years at Kaarakin Black Cockatoo Conservation Centre and Darling Range Wildlife Shelter. I can restrain and handle, medicate and tube/syringe feed many animals from birds like our raptors or honey-eaters as well as our marsupials like Quendas.

If given the opportunity, I’d love to further enhance my knowledge and skills in a clinic, learning more about reception duties and assisting clients in need.

I can provide my resume, certificates and references on request.

Phone: 0433 199 136

Kayleen Chang, Sydney, NSW (posted 5th March) Overseas Qualified & Experienced Vet Nurse

My name is Kayleen and I’ve been working as a veterinary technician for over a year in Singapore.

Currently, I hold 2 post-diploma certificate for a Specialist Diploma in Veterinary Clinical Practice. I am also interested in continuing education thus I intend to apply for the Cert IV in Veterinary Nursing ACM40418 under TAFE or online via AIRC/ACVN. I am also open to applying for a working holiday visa(to move in mid-late 2020) or to be sponsored for a long term position. 

if you are looking for a skilled, professional and reliable team player to join your practice as a veterinary nurse, I believe that I can be of positive contribution. I am able to handle and restrain both cats and dogs. I am skilled in blood collection, placing of IV catheter, induction during surgery, drawing up vaccines, drugs and I can administer injections, oral medications and intubate patients with the endotracheal tube during surgery. I am always excited about learning and increasing my skillset and work experience.

I will be in Sydney from 10th April to 19th April to drop off my resume to different veterinary clinics and will be available for interviews or a day trial.

Please contact me via email: or WhatsApp me at: +65 90022469 if you require further information and I can send you my CV.

I look forward to hearing from you! 

Annelisse Marshall, North Brisbane, QLD (posted 3rd March) Qualified & Experienced Part Time Vet Nurse

Wanted - Work Starting ASAP!

Hi, My Name is Annelisse Marshall I am a qualified Cert IV Veterinary Nurse looking for casual or part-time work from 15 hours or more, I can travel from Brisbane North to inner city.

I have experience in general practice experience including Reception, Hospital, and Surgical like monitoring patients under anaesthesia and medical procedure such as chemotherapy etc.  I can work autonomously or in a team situation.  I am able to multi task as well as prioritise when the need arises.  I have a great attention to detail as well as a priority to help maintain a high standard of hygiene in the hospital/clinic. I am able to communicate effectively with both the veterinarians and the veterinarian staff.

I am on my open drivers licence and got my own transport. At the moment I am studying business at university then going on to do Veterinary Technician at Gatton.

Please contact me on to discuss potential job opportunities and for a copy of my CV.

Looking forward to hearing from potential employers.

Teigan O'Connor, Ipswich QLD (posted 2nd March) Trainee Vet Nurse

I’m looking for casual/part-time work in a clinic or animal hospital while I complete my dual Cert III Animals Studies & Cert IV Vet Nursing.

I would love the chance to have some hands-on learning experience while studying.

I live in Ipswich (4305) and travel to Southport (Gold Coast) on Wednesday afternoons and Fridays (all day) for classes.

I still work part-time (56hours) fortnightly I am flexible with this & willing to drop back more hours for a paid position in my new choose career path.

I’ve spent 12 years in my current Career but now I’m following my heart to work in the animal industry.

I’ve been told it’s pretty much luck to be able work while studying, so here I am trying my luck and determined to succeed.

Please feel free to contact via PM or email with advice or info

Sophie Wynne-Williams, Australia-Wide (posted 2nd March) UK Qualified & Experienced Vet Nurse

I am a UK qualified Veterinary Nurse and am looking for potential job opportunities to start June 2020. I am looking to head towards Queensland but this is not set in stone and would be willing to relocate depending on the job opportunity. I am travelling to the country using a working holiday visa and would potentially consider further sponsorship.

I have been qualified for two years and have experience working sole charge in an emergency hospital environment as well as in a general practice environment. My strengths and passions are anaesthesia, critical care, wildlife and feline care. I am also a qualified clinical coach and have experience training student nurses.

I also have a bachelor science degree in animal science and have experience in caring for and rehabilitating wildlife. I am about to complete a wildlife nursing certificate and have recently completed a course in anaesthesia complications. I have used both Rxworks and Animana computer systems.

I can be contacted via email at and would be happy send my resume and references. I will be in the UK until May but can arrange a phone call on request.

Kind Regards,
Sophie Wynne-Williams.

Kat Sidhom, Perth WA (posted 2nd March) Qualified and Experienced Vet Nurse

I am a qualified & experienced (5 years) veterinary nurse registered with the Veterinary Surgeons' Board of WA. I am very flexible with my hours and would be happy to work weekends and also travel for work. Looking for any type of work.

I have advanced skills and I am experienced in all aspects of clinical, surgical and hospital veterinary nursing as well as reception, I also have emergency and critical care nursing experience. I am also trained in low stress handling. I have experience leading a team and also working in busy, high pressure environments. I am able to work well in a team or independently. I also have experience teaching and supervising students.

I have experience working with a wide variation of vet management software, diagnostic equipment and machines and x-ray equipment and software. I have exceptional communication skills and I am a very organized person who pays attention to detail, uses initiative and has the ability to prioritize tasks and complete them within the set time frame.

I am a very professional, enthusiastic, motivated and hardworking individual and I am very passionate about animals and my work. I am very fun, friendly and easy to work with. I am also very eager to continue to learn and develop my skills and I have undertaken further education in emergency nursing, surgical nursing, nutrition, behaviour & training, and physical therapy.

I absolutely love taking care of patients and interacting with clients and providing the best care and service possible!
I have exceptional communication skills.

Resume, references and certificates available on request and I am available to start immediately.

Kind regards

Kat Sidhom
Registered Veterinary Nurse

Jessica, West Melbourne, VIC (posted 28th February) Qualified and Experienced 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

Victoria Hicks, Townsville, QLD (posted 25th February) NZ Qualified Diploma Veterinary Nurse

I will be moving to Townsville, QLD  from New Zealand in the second half of the year (dates TBC, dependent on job opportunities). I am a recently graduated and a fully qualified diploma Veterinary Nurse (NZ) with experience in surgical, anaesthesia and general clinical skills. I am very passionate and enthusiastic about animals and eventually hope to gain experience with wildlife.

While studying, I gained broad experience across retail, hospitality, call centre and sales industries as I often worked 2x jobs on top of work placements of 20 hours a week in practice. I have a very broad skill set which would make me a valuable team member when it comes to dealing with customers/clients and reception work if the opportunity rose.

I am looking for a permanent full-time Veterinary Nursing position in Townsville and I will be available to meet/interview between June 10th-19th as I will be visiting from New Zealand during that time. I hope to secure a role in Townsville from the end of July onwards as I will be working as a locum for a clinic here in New Zealand until 15th July.

I am more than happy to send you my CV if you are interested, please just flick me an email or phone call.

Kind regards,
Victoria Hicks

Phone: +64 22 018 8738

Sarah Adamson, Yarra Ranges, VIC (posted 25th February) Trainee Veterinary Nurse

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.

I have already completed the Certificate IV in Veterinary skillset course at Box Hill (Lilydale) TAFE.

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

I am currently employed on a casual basis at Claws n’ paws pet supplies for the past 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 gained thorough knowledge of the day to day workings of a vet clinic.

I am enthusiastic to gain more experience and know I am a suitable candidate for trainee roles.  I have a positive and friendly attitude with clients and pets. I am eager to be given the opportunity to utilise the skills I currently must have to fulfill the needs of a trainee vet nurse role.

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

I can be contacted via email 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.

Madison Allen, Perth, WA (posted 24th February) Qualified Veterinary Nurse

I am a recently graduated, fully qualified and registered Veterinary Nurse. I am looking for Part-Time or Full-Time work within Western Australia. Currently based in the Perth area but am willing to relocate.

I am very enthusiastic and passionate about the care of all animals, especially horses. I have prior experience in the racing industry and with a warmblood stud, dealing with unbroken, green, horses as well as mares, foals, colts and stallions. Growing up on a farm in the Wheatbelt, I have an understanding of the importance of animals to our industry and how caring for them can greatly benefit people in all walks of life. My prior experience of volunteer at RSPCA Malaga, has helped me understand the care and boarding of cats and dogs whilst providing enrichments, medical care and dietary requirements.

Please call, or email for my resume, cover letter and references.

With thanks,
Mobile: 0458 195 492

Joanne, Brisbane Southside, QLD (posted 21st February) Trainee Vet Nurse

I am a cert 3 in animal studies student currently seeking an opportunity to gain practical work experience in a clinical setting in brisbane. I live on the southside (greenslopes) and would be willing to travel up to 1 hr on a weekly basis. Ideally i would like to work 1 day a week to complete the 150hrs of clinic experience I am required to complete through Australian College of Vet Nursing (ACVN).  

Currently I own/run my own cleaning business and work as a independent Body Shop at Home Consultant. I have extensive customer service skills, show initiative, happy to work independently or in a team and am keen to learn new skills in the animal industry. 

Should you have any further questions or would like to see a copy of my resume please do not hesitate to contact me on 0417 649 442 or by email on  I look forward to hearing from you!

Megan, Bendigo/Loddon, VIC (posted 21st February) Trainee Vet Nurse

My name is Meghan, and I'm hoping to find some work in a Vet Clinic around the Bendigo/Loddon area!

I am a second year Vet Nurse Student (Cert IV) and have been working in a Clinic for almost 12 months. So far I have assisted with dentals and other simple surgeries (largest sugery so far has been a caesarian) animal restraint, reception, stock ordering, invoicing, and some other basic clinic duties. This position started off as work placement, but quickly developed into paid work, as my vet was impressed with my initiative and dedication and wanted to make me an official part of the team. I would ideally like to keep my Mondays at this practice.

Aside from being in a clinic, I have been working within the animal industry for 5+ years. Most of my experience is with small animals and horses. Previous workplaces include dog groomers, horse studs, farms, and pet shops. In my personal time I have always had horses, dogs, and birds. I also love my chickens and ducks, having a small flock of my own on my little farm. 

I work on Mondays and have TAFE on Wednesdays and Thursdays, so my current availability is Tuesdays Fridays and weekends. Although! I am hoping to find 3+ days work in a clinic so I can transfer my study to online. I would like to work full time if the opportunity arises and am willing to travel if there are enough hours available! 

I would love to answer any questions with the hope of securing a position in the near future! 

0403 340 845

Sita, Eastern Melbourne, VIC (posted 11th February) Trainee Vet Nurse

Hi there! I am a Trainee Vet Nurse completing the second year of the Cert 4 course.

I have spent 18 years running my family business with my husband and have decided to follow my passion for helping animals. 

I have completed the minimum hours required by my course, however I am still seeking some contact hours to fully complete the course theory which requires case studies. I can bring professionalism, business acumen and an open mind to any work place.I also hold a Bachelor in Politics.

I have conducted completed the following; in both Emergency and General Practice…..Managed basic duties of a clinic carrying out general nursing practices, Preparation for surgery, Assisted in many surgeries - including ER, Monitoring anaesthetics, Assisting with pathology and critical care nursing, Patient recovery, hospital patient care, Performing injection, TPRs, Blood collection, spinning bloods, Organised and conducted Puppy preschool and basic grooming,I have intubated a few times and conducted a part teeth clean of a dog. 

I am in the Eastern suburbs of Melbourne. Please contact me to arrange an interview or to view my CV.

Kasey Lamp, Southern Suburbs of Perth WA, (posted 10th February) Qualified Veterinary Nurse seeking Part Time Employment

Hi, my name is Kasey :)

I graduated Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing in November 2018 shortly after I found out I was expecting. I am finishing up my maternity leave in March 2020 and am now eager and on the hunt to start my Veterinary Nursing Career.

I am looking to return to work Part Time, two days a week and am available to work all day/evenings on weekends and Mondays. I have 1.5 years of unpaid work experience in two Veterinary Clinics and 11 plus years’ experience working in customer service.

Can provide excellent references!

Tel: 0451 722 148

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