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.


Jen, Northern Perth, WA (posted 25th February) Qualified Full or Part Time Vet Nurse

Hello, I’m Jen and I’m a 20 year old newly qualified veterinary nurse registered with the Vet Surgeons Board of WA. Upon qualification in 2020 I was awarded a merit for the recognition of my high standards and achievements within both practical and theoretical fields of veterinary nursing. 

I currently work on a casual basis for Pet City but I am hoping to fulfil a permanent full time or part time career within a vet nursing role in the northern suburbs of Perth. 

Availability 
With the hopes of furthering my nursing career whilst taking into consideration my current employment at pet city, where I work an average of 15 hours a week over 2 days, I’m available to start immediately and work any other days including weekends and public holidays. If offered a secure job working 20+ hour weeks I will consider leaving pet city in order to fully commit to my vet nursing career. 

Qualifications;
Certificate IV, Veterinary Nursing - South Metropolitan Tafe, Bentley (2020).
Certificate III, Companion Animal Services - South Metropolitan Tafe, Murdoch (2019). 
Certificate II, Animal Studies - South Metropolitan Tafe, Murdoch (2018). 

Skills and Experience;
I have undertaken roughly 18 months of unpaid work experience through two busy veterinary clinics in Perth. Where I developed skills throughout all aspects of the nursing field, I am familiar with both ‘open VPMS’ and ‘Vision’ programming and IDEXX blood diagnostics, I have a good knowledge of anaesthetic monitoring and equipment as well as drug dosages, administration, calculations  and their desired and adverse reactions. I’m aware of routine admit and discharge procedures including home care documentation, I am comfortable during preparation and assistance of all procedures from surgical and dental to radiography and ultrasonography and I’m up to date with pre and post surgery procedures. I’m on top of all clinic cleaning procedures including isolation and surgical fields, and most importantly I possess good communication, organisation and a great team working ability. 

For further information regarding my education and work history and for reference please contact me via email; jenniferpenfold.jp@gmail.com , or phone 0430 110 428.


Suzen Riverson, Melbourne Eastern Suburbs, VIC (posted 19th February) Cert IV Nurse

Superstar Qualified vet nurse looking for full time permanent work. Cert IV qualified Vet Nurse, looking for full time work in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne (I’m located in Lower Templestowe).

I’ve been described by employers as “Amazing”, “One of a kind”, “Fabulous”, and “A real gem”. I would love a full time position, at the moment I do locum for three clinics, so availability may vary, but I am flexible. Happy to pop down for a meet and greet and showcase my skills.

For more information, please find me on LinkedIn, or email me on suzen.riverson92@gmail.com. I can also be reached on 0413 506 913. Looking forward to hearing from you and how I can contribute to your team.


Kat Sidhom, Perth but will relocate (posted 17th February) Qualified VN

7 years' Qualified, Registered Vet Nurse available - Perth, WA (open to relocation)

I am a qualified & experienced (6+ 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. 
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 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 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 and have a 'can-do' attitude. I am also very eager to continue to learn and develop my skills and I have undertaken further education and training in emergency nursing, surgical nursing, nutrition and behaviour & training. I am also a trained in physical therapy and rehabilitation, hydrotherapy and massage. I absolutely love taking care of patients and interacting with clients and providing the best care and service possible!

I have worked with most practice management software, laboratory equipment and machines, and x-ray equipment.

I am available to start immediately. Please email me if you have any opportunities available that you would think I would be suitable for.
Willing to relocate inter-state, also to regional areas.

Kat Sidhom 
Registered Veterinary Nurse
Email: kat.amy@live.com


Rochelle Witt, Western Sydney NSW (posted 16th February) Trainee/Junior Vet Nurse

My name is Rochelle Witt, I am a current veterinary nursing student at Ultimo TAFE, seeking either a placement opportunity to continue my course, or if possible, a paid position as a trainee or junior vet nurse.
Availability:
Thanks to the flexibility of my current work, I can be available immediately, on any days of the week except Thursdays (as this is my class day). I have a driver’s license and a car, as well as access to nearby public transport with which to get to the clinic.

Qualifications:

Experience:
I have spent 5 years working in the animal care industries since finishing university. I currently work as an Animal Education Presenter/Animal Attendant with a mobile animal farm, and previously worked as an Animal Technician for research organisations. While working, I have also volunteered as a student in a veterinary hospital weekly for a year, as a volunteer zoo keeper fortnightly for 4.5 years, and have done wildlife rescue and fauna surveying over the years as well.

Between these positions, I have gained a lot of animal care and customer service experience. I have animal handling and husbandry skills with dogs, cats, rodents, and rabbits, as well as various farm animals and native wildlife. I also have basic knowledge and skills in administering medications and injections, applying basic procedures such as nail trims and ear cleans, running pathology and urinalysis machines, patient prepping, monitoring, and recovery for surgeries and dentals, setting up and shutting down surgery, dental, and x-ray areas, clinic stocking, and in using Smartflow and Rx works. I can also of course perform cleaning and disinfecting tasks throughout the clinic or animal care facility.

Contact Information:
Please contact me for further details and my resume:
Email: rochelle.witt@outlook.com


Amanda Coady, NSW (posted 8th February) Experienced Veterinary Receptionist/senior nurse

Wollondilly/Southern Highlands/Macarthur Regions

Are your reception staff/nurses overworked? Why not give them a short break by hiring a locum weekend receptionist.

Hi, my name is Amanda Coady, I am currently looking for a locum reception job. I have over 15 years’ experience in the industry with the last 2 years working as a full-time receptionist in a busy mixed animal practice, I left that practice in 2020 to be a stay-at-home mum, I am currently pregnant with my 3rd baby. I am a fully qualified senior nurse willing to assist in any other way required, however my main job would need to be reception. I have experience in Rx works, Quickvet, AIS and a small amount of experience with Vet aid. I am available Saturdays and some Sundays if required. If I can assist you, please contact me on 0422 934613 or acowie084@gmail.com
Thank you for taking the time to read my ad
Kind regards
Amanda Coady


Bronwen Jones, Wollongong NSW (posted 8th February) Junior Qualified Vet Nurse

Hi there my name is Bronwen. I am 23 years old and I'm looking for Permanent Part time or Full time employment in the Wollongong Area. I have the following qualifications;

I have 2 years’ worth of unpaid work experience where I was placed for my cert and to gain knowledge and experience, also volunteered at the RSPCA 2 times a week to help out. My skills in vet nursing range from patient/anaesthesia monitoring, patient care pre-op and post-op, surgery preparation and patient prep, to performing in-house testing and examinations along with doing my own consultations and monitoring front of house answering phones, doing ordering and pricing of items; I'm also very capable of cleaning and disinfecting and doing the jobs I know not everyone likes to do I love being hands on, and will get stuck into any job given to me or I find needs doing.

I am very laid back with a caring, empathetic and bubbly personality and I am more than capable of working independently without supervision but also work very well in a team and always willing to get involved whenever it's needed.

If you think I would be the right suit for you and your clinic, don’t hesitate to get in touch. I am happy to send through my Resume and CV letter upon request.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

you can also get in touch with me directly
Phone: 04414454539
Email: bronnie.j18@gmail.com


Luisa Murphy, SW Sydney Macarthur / Wollindilly (posted 2nd February) Qualified VN

Experienced and Qualified Veterinary Nurse (Lvl 4):

My name is Luisa Murphy, I am 27 years old and currently seeking a full-time employment position as a veterinary nurse in a companion animal practice in the Macarthur or Wollindilly area. I am currently employed within the animal care industry, but have moved out of my old area and now seeking a clinic more local. 

I have over 5 years veterinary experience working in companion animal clinics and hospitals. 

I enjoy facing different day to day challenges, working in a fast-paced environment and feel a part of the team. I hold a passion for animals, my profession and always willing to learn more.  I thoroughly understand and appreciate the importance of positive workplace dynamics, working together within a team and to provide exceptional service to our patients and clients. I am responsible, patient, hard-working person committed to my work and always optimistic. 

Available weekdays and Saturdays.
Available to start in the next few weeks.

Located Picton, Sydney, NSW

Mobile: 0411 350 494

Scott Dickeson, Sydney, NSW (posted 1st February) Trainee/Junior Vet Nurse or Animal Attendant

My name is Scott Dickeson, I finished my Certificate IV course in Vet Nursing in 2019, and have been looking for paid work in the industry to improve my skills. I have 2 years' worth of unpaid work in Forestville Vet Hospital from 2018-2019, working on a weekly basis as part of my placement for my course. I have also completed Certificates II and III in Animal Studies prior to attaining my Cert IV, and have a position as Volunteer at Taronga Zoo Sydney.

My skills in vet nursing extend to patient/anaesthesia monitoring, patient care, surgery preparation and ensuring safe recovery, as well as performing in-house testing and examinations; in addition, I'm very capable of cleaning and disinfecting anywhere that needs it. I have many years experience in cash handling and customer service, having been in several retail positions previously, and having to interact with dozens of people each day I volunteer at Taronga Zoo.

I'm a quick learner when I'm involved in anything that requires hands-on interaction; I'm very compassionate and empathetic towards others, as well as very calm and understanding whenever a difficult situation arises, such as a client that may be belligerent or 'pushy'. However, I can also be firm and directing when it's required of me, as I understand that being a vet nurse can be demanding some days. I also have access to a car, and am proficiently licensed to use it when I need to; failing that, I live closeby to public transport, so commuting is not a problem for me.

If these traits seem useful to your clinic, please feel free to contact me at my mobile number or email address provided below, and I'd be more than happy to provide my resume, or discuss further potential job vacancies. I eagerly await your response, and look forward to working alongside you.

Sincerest regards,
Scott Dickeson
0412 802 115

Alyvrius13@gmail.com

Suzanne, Northside Brisbane (posted 25th January) Experienced Veterinary Reception/Customer Service/Administration

Suzanne, Chermside, Brisbane, QLD
Experienced Veterinary Receptionist/Nurse

I am seeking a part-time Veterinary Reception/Customer Service/Administration role on the Northside of Brisbane.

Current Availability - Friday’s, Saturday’s & Sunday’s
I could possibly increase my availability for set days/hours per week with notice for my other current employer.
Availability will increase in the future.

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

Over 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


Annabelle Lopez, Sydney's Inner West (posted 22nd January) Trainee Vet Nurse Position or Animal Attendant

I’m Annabelle, I’m 27 live in Sydney and have recently completed my Cert II in Animal Studies at Taronga Zoo, Sydney and now seeking employment as a trainee vet nurse or animal attendant, full time or part time with very flexible hours. I am enrolled to complete my Cert IV in vet nursing at TAFE but have very flexible hours and can cater to the needs of your veterinary clinic or animal care facility. I would love the opportunity to gain invaluable experience at your animal care facility and I am truly here to assist in whatever capacity needed. I can work around whatever hours are available and I want to lessen your work load whilst working alongside like-minded animal carers.

I’m  a compassionate, hard-working, committed, focused and punctual individual. I am also kind, bubbly and deeply passionate about animal welfare and animal conservation. I have seven years of experience in customer service and retail. I also have years of experience in caring for domestic animals including cats and dogs. During 2020 I developed my knowledge in zoo-keeping and animal care at Taronga Zoo learning about both native and exotic animals and now want to put my knowledge into practice by working in an animal care environment.

Please contact me if a suitable position becomes available

Warmest regards,
Annabelle lopez
annabelle.autumn@hotmail.com
0479 062 824


Simone Chen, Sydney - East & SW Suburbs (posted 22nd January) Trainee Nurse

My name is Simone Chen and I am currently enrolled in a certificate IV in veterinary nursing. I am currently seeking placement work in and around the Eastern and South-Western Sydney suburbs and I require 480 hours (although this can be completed over 8 hours shifts throughout 2021 and 2022).

Availability:

I will be available to start immediately, and I am available everyday including public holidays and weekends except for Monday and Wednesday (these days are reserved for TAFE).

Qualifications:

Experience:

Volunteered at sheep, cattle and hobby farms where I performed body condition scoring, intramuscular injections, drenching, castration (rubber-ring), tail-docking (rubber-ring), nutrition and diet maintenance and formulation, preg-testing (physically and using an ultrasound), tipping sheep, catching cows in a crush, herding and mustering. Volunteered at Sydney Dogs and Cats Home (Carlton) where I assisted with the socialisation of animals and dog walking, cleaning and hygiene maintenance of the kennels, catteries and enclosures. Receptionist (where I was able to fine-tune my computer skills and customer service skills).

Contact information:

Email: simmycee311@gmail.com

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have anymore questions or wish to obtain a copy of my resume.


Kat, Perth (posted 22nd January) Newly Graduated Registered Nurse seeking casual/parttime position

Newly graduated (Dec 2020) nurse with special interest and background in wildlife care (Cert III Captive Animals at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary) and over 450h of work experience at three different Vet Practices throughout my Cert IV, one being a 24h Emergency Hospital plus two months of post graduate volunteer work (3days/week) at said clinic.

Skills:

Looking for a practice that will teach and challenge me to become a great nurse! I am very passionate about animals and the whole veterinary industry and always give 110% while focusing on providing the highest level of support and service to the animals, staff, and customers alike.

Please don't hesitate to contact me for resume and references kavock90@gmail.com  or call 0490 702 279.

Thank you.


Kim Grieves, NOR Perth, (posted 19th January) Ex-VN seeking part-time Reception / Administration work

I am a NZ-qualified Vet Nurse, who moved into Practice Management after a number of years as a VN. I have worked in NZ, Australia and South Africa. I have a lot of experience in Reception work, and Administration work is my strong point. I am a hard worker, able to multi-task, am motivated, quick to learn new things and always keen to learn more.

I have worked in customer facing roles across various industries so am very experienced in this aspect. I am available to work seven days a week, including late nights, weekends and public holidays. 

kimthevetnurse@hotmail.com
0410 059154


Jessica, West Melbourne (posted 18th January) Experienced and 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 nurses.
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


Alysha Tot, Sydney, NSW (posted 12th January) Animal Attendant

I am a recent graduate of the RSPCA with a Certificate II in Animal Studies who is looking to continue working as an Animal Attendant/Support Animal Handler or similar roles. I can be put through labor intensive tasks, work hard and compassionately to ensure our furry friends and any personnel are thoughtfully looked after.

I am available for immediate start, full or part time every day including weekends.

Contact e-mail: alysha.tot@gmail.com
Contact No: 0491 341 070


Annelisse Marshall, Brisbane North and surrounds (posted 8th January) Experienced Vet Nurse

Hello, My name is Annelisse Marshall, I am a Certificate 4 veterinary nurse. Looking for Full time, casual, Locum work or Part time work around Brisbane north as far as Caboolture and inner city, I have been in the industry since 2012 as part of my Certificate 3 and basic first aid for animal course. I wish to do my diploma of Emergency and Critical care in Veterinary Nursing. I am familiar with VetLink SQL. I am enthusiastic, hardworking, good team player, strong work ethic, good customer service skills, and quick learner, honest, reliable and eager to learn more. I have an excellent “CAN DO” attitude .I can work independently but I am a great team player as well. I willing to do a job trail. 

I am competent in all areas of veterinary nursing which include: 

And a lot more nursing ability that I can do.
I have got an open licence and my very own car, so transport is not an issue for me   
I would be available every day 

If interest, Please email: annelisse.marshall@outlook.com for a copy of my resume and to chat about potential opportunity.


Amanda McPhee, Ballarat, Victoria (posted 6th January) Entry Level Vet Nurse

Completed level III in Animal Studies (2020).

Seeking placement work in and around surrounding areas for Vet Nurse Course Certificate IV. 240 Hours required.

Willing to travel within reasonable distance, available 6 days a week then dropping to 5 days per week for study days.

Experience:
Crown Veterinary in Inverness, Scotland (2015) – Duties included infection control, following Vet Nurse instructions and insights to practice. Assisted and observed operating theatre. Assisted with consultations.
Coogee Veterinary, Sydney (2000) – Duties included infection control, follow Vet Nurse and Vet instructions along with gaining insights to practice. Assisted with receptionist duties helping perform appointments and scheduling. Performed general external cleaning maintenance to building. Assisted and observed operating theatre. Assisted and observed consultations.

Contact:
Amcphee5@outlook.com
0452 098 923

Please do not hesitate in contacting me with any enquiries.


Stephanie, Northern suburbs Melbourne (posted 6th January) Entry Level Vet Nurse

My name is Stephanie and I am a completing my certificate III in animal studies specialising in veterinary nursing. I am looking for clinical placement that potentially develops into an entry level veterinary nurse position.

As part of my coursework, I am required to complete 30 days of placement, approximately 7.5-8 hours per day. I am ready to commence straight away. I am available Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

Northern suburbs, Melbourne but willing to travel maximum 45 minutes

Experience:
January 2020 – current: Laboratory Technician
January 2019- December 2020: Foster Carer at the RSPCA
September 2017- current: Pet Sitter
September 2017- December 2019: Laboratory Assistant

Mobile: 0405 567 403
Email: s_capaldo@outlook.com


Fabian Yunda, Melbourne (posted 5th January) Overseas Qualified Veterinarian seeking nurse position whilst studying for NVE

Hello everyone.

My name is Fabian Yunda and I am looking for a part-time/casual vet nurse, vet tech, or a vet assistant job in Melbourne. I am doing a graduate diploma whilst I undertake the National Veterinary Examination, I am a qualified vet in my home country, Colombia, and I have worked as a practitioner over there for more than three years both in large animals and small practice. I am not a registered vet in Australia yet, but I do have a lot of clinical/surgical experience on either horses/cattle and small animals. I'm due to sit the preliminary MCQ Exam 2021 on April 16th.

I live in Melbourne and happy to relocate if necessary.

Availability:

Part-time and casual weekdays and weekends.

Skills:

Experience:

July 2019 - Currently: Stablehand/Ground staff at John Sadler Racing, Caulfield South, Melbourne, Australia. 
January 2017 - December 2018: P rivate practice both small and large animals at Vision Colombia Veterinary Clinic, Bogota, Colombia
July 2016 - November 2016: Mixed practice internship at Colombia National Police Mounted Branch and Canine guides, Bogota, Colombia.
January 2016 – July 2016: Large animal surgery and internal medicine internship at Sao Paulo State University, Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Mobile No.:                0433 771 620
E-mail address:        fabianyunda8@gmail.com


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