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.

Josie, Melbourne VIC (posted 18th OCtober) UK Qualified & EXperienced Vet Nurse

My name is Josie and I qualified in the UK as a Veterinary Nurse in 2015.

I am looking for locum work around Melbourne and am available for an immediate start.

I have been working full time in the UK in general small animal practice since qualifying.

Accommodation would be a big benefit as I am travelling around the country.

CV and reference available on request.

Mobile 0473 319 405

Nina, Geelong, VIC (posted 15th October) Trainee Vet Nurse

Hi, I have always been passionate about animals and looked after many household pets currently I have Bob who is 12 years old.

I am looking for your guidance on how to approach working as a Vet nurse, I would be happy to work once a week for experience and to study as well, although I would appreciate your guidance as to which course would be most suitable.

I have an advanced diploma in Naturopathy.

I am in the Geelong Victoria area, please email: or phone Nina on 0406 115 733.

Theresa Davis, Perth, WA (posted 14th October) Qualified Vet 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 with no weekends. 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

Ashleigh Truscott, Sydney's North Shore (posted 14th October) Trainee Vet Nurse

Hi my name is Ashleigh. I’m looking for a full time position as a vet nurse, animal attendant or receptionist. I am still studying my Certificate IV in vet nursing through TAFE digital online and am close to completing it.

Ideally I would like a position that would give me on the job training and allow me to complete my studies at the same time. I love animals and I’m also very experienced with horses so small or large animals is fine.

I am looking for work in the Sydney area, I’m from Hornsby so ideally north shore, northern beaches, central coast, hills district, or anywhere within suitable distance. I did a year of workplacement with Greencross Vets Kuringai and also volunteered at Hills District veterinary hospital and Forest animal hospital. I recently had a full time paid position as a junior vet nurse for a few months. I really want to gain more experience in the industry and “get my foot in the door” and become a fully qualified vet nurse.

I’m reliable, punctual and good at working in a team or by myself. If you would like a copy of my CV, please call me or email me to discuss any potential positions you may have available that would be suitable

0423 565 700

Holly Matterson, Sydney's Northern Beaches & Surrounds, NSW (posted 14th October) Casual Trainee Vet Nurse

Hey there,
My names Holly Matterson and I’m currently living in Sydney’s Northern Beaches.

I am looking to obtain paid causal nursing work (1-2 days a week ) to further my practical skills as a Trainee nurse before I qualify next June. At the moment, I currently have 1 day a week work placement however I’m finding 1 day isn’t enough to acquire certain skills and feel confident/competent in general aspects of nursing.

A little about me, I have experience working with the fluffy, furry, scaly and the feathered.

I have studied both companion and captive, and have varied experience in both industries.

I am looking for a dedicated and supportive team that is progressive and hands on with their trainees. I am wanting the opportunity to kick start my nursing career.

I will bring enthusiasm, eagerness, a smile and an all-round passion for what I do.

I am looking for work ideally around the Northern Beaches, however I am happy to travel (ideally 1 hour each way).

I can provide a CV and written references on request.

I am happy to come for a trial. Start date (immediate/short term)

Please contact me via email: or phone 0498 111 566
Looking forward to hearing from you

Ellia Morris-Barnard, Melbourne, VIC (posted 14th October) Experienced Receptionist/Patient Care or Trainee Vet Nurse

0415 650 988

Personal Profile
I am conscientious, trustworthy and friendly and excel in delivering excellent customer service and thoroughly enjoy working as part of a team. 

I have been employed in the veterinary and equine industry since 2011 and have had various roles; Including reception, animal attendant and a groom. 

I am looking for preferably full time work at a Veterinary Practice/ Shelter, as either a Patient Care Assistant , Receptionist or Student Nurse position (If possible on my 417 working holiday visa)

Must be easily accessible via public transport from Footscray station 

I am available to start from the 14/10/19

Please contact me via email. 

Kind regards,
Ellia Barnard 

Paige, Melbourne (posted 10th October) Experienced UK Vet Nurse - Available 3 Months From December End

Hi, my name’s Paige and I am a registered Veterinary Nurse from London UK.

I am seeking locum work in Melbourne, Victoria from the end of December 2019, for approximately 3 months, however I can be flexible. I will be arriving in Melbourne on 24th December.

In my 3 years of being qualified I have worked in first opinion and referral hospitals including the Royal Veterinary College’s Queen Mother Hospital and the Beaumont Sainsbury Exotic referral service. My main interests are feline medicine, consulting, and managing surgical patients which I am keen to develop further.

Working as part of a veterinary team is something I really enjoy, however I am also comfortable working alone and using my initiative. I am competent in radiography, placing IVs, taking blood, bandages and monitoring critical patients.

I like to think I’m pretty outgoing and am open to trying new things - I look forward to seeing what differences and challenges come with working in Australia!

Please drop me an email if you’d like to see my CV or discuss further.

I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Michelle, Brisbane/Gold Coast (posted 8th October) Irish Qualified Vet Nurse

My name's Michelle and I am planning to travel to Australia in December 2019/January 2020 for a year at least. I'm planning to move to Brisbane as I have some family there. I'm an Irish veterinary nurse with a BSc (Hons) Degree and over 6 years experience working in a mixed veterinary practice in Ireland, but my majority of experience is in small animal practice.

I'm competent and confident in dealing with patients and am a fast learner in any workplace setting. I'm hoping to find a nursing role in or around the Brisbane/Gold Coast area, and have a full clean driving licence. I'm also open to working in a referral practice as I would love the opportunity to gain some more experience in certain areas.

I am friendly and outgoing, and hope to join a passionate and energetic veterinary team!

Please feel free to email me if you would like a chat or to see my Curriculum Vitae and references. I look forward to hearing from you.

Michelle O Driscoll

Makayla Webb, Newcastle, Maitland, Hunter and Central Coast area (posted 8th October) Qualified Vet Nurse

Qualified Cert IV nurse looking for a vet nurse/ animal attendant / receptionist position/ Volunteer.
Seeking part time or casual hours. 

My names Makayla, I am a qualified veterinary nurse with my cert IV as well as my cert II in Animal Studies. I began my cert IV when I was 16 with a passion and love for the industry. I graduated in June 2018 and gained very minimal hours where I completed my work placement, regretfully I then made the hard decision to leave that clinic after receiving another position with more hours. Unfortunately due to no fault of my own, that clinic then left me unemployed and heart broken. I have been actively seeking a position within the industry for over 6 months now and have had no luck. I am now working in the Aged Care industry purely due to lack of employment within the veterinary field.

I am searching for a vet nurse, animal attendant, receptionist, locum nurse or volunteer role within a clinic for a few hours a week. My passion in life is looking after animals and unfortunately I just haven't had the best start into the industry, but I'm not giving up.

Im hard working, friendly, and love to learn new skills and knowledge. I would make an asset to any team and would give any opportunity everything I have got. 

As mentioned above I am open to a volunteer role so if you need an extra hand within your clinic I would love to meet you! 

My availability is flexible, please feel free to contact me anytime on 0416 220 896 or you can email me at

Marta, Perth, WA (posted 4th October) Overseas Experienced Vet Nurse


My name's Marta from Barcelona. I arrived in  Perth 2 days ago with a student visa and will be here until June 2020 as a minimum. I'm looking for a part-time job, if possible, as a vet nurse.

I worked as a vet nurset in Spain for 4 years.

I'm competent in: X-Ray, bandages, medicate patients, draw blood, do analytics, help at the surgery, reception,... and I'm available immediately.

My contact details are below and I look forward to hearing from you.


Kirsty Kajewski, Gold Coast/Brisbane, QLD (posted 3rd October) Trainee Vet Nurse/Receptionist

To whom it may concern,

My name is Kirsty Kajewski and 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 a change in paths to 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, which included capturing and transporting both domestic and wildlife animals to the Currumbin Wildlife Centre. My next step is a certificate IV in vet nursing, though this is proving challenging due to the hours of experience required/needed to start and complete the course and the lack of opportunities out there for inexperienced students to obtain placement required. 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.  

I would love an opportunity to complete my course and become a valued employee within a clinic. I am very passionate about this industry 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 the valued employee, you seek. Long days and extra hours would not be a problem. 

My availability is at your disposal. I look forward to a positive outcome and your reply.

Mobile: 0433 875 867

Lauren, North Melbourne (posted 25th September) Part Time or Casual Experienced Vet Nurse - Available Mid November

My name is Lauren and i am looking for a part time or casual nursing role around north Melbourne as of mid November 2019. I am fully qualified and have 2 years experience in a small animal practice in Northcote, Vic. I have a zoology degree and have spent the last year working with penguins at the Melbourne aquarium and have have a keen interest and experience with native wildlife. I travel at least once a year up to FNQ to work with rescued and rehabilitated tree kangaroos. 

I believe I am a very competent and caring nurse with a excellent manner with clients and patients. 

If you will be looking for a new nurse to add to your clinic and think i might be a good fit please feel free to e-mail me at

Gerri, Melbourne (posted 24th September) Overseas Qualified Vet Nurse with Working Holiday Visa

Hello, my name is Gerri. I am a certified ( certificate IV) veterinary assistant from Estonia, currently staying in Melbourne (for a good job I can always relocate), and looking for a job in a veterinary clinic.

I have 2 years of experience working in clinic with small animals. I also have experience dealing with farm animals since I grew up on a livestock farm. I feel comfortable with placing IV catheters, doing post and pre operative preparations, doing anesthesia monitoring, taking blood samples, cleaning teeth, doing x-rays mananging stationery animals, doing injections and a lot more.

I am highly motivated to acquire more skills and gain more experience. I believe working in animal clinic will be very helpful in future studies when getting a degree in veterinary medicine.

Please do not hesitate to contact me for further information and resume by email or phone 0499 720686.

Joanne, North of Melbourne, VIC (posted 23rd September) Qualified & Experienced Vet Nurse

Senior vet nurse located north of Melbourne available for part time, casual, or locum shifts.

Qualified with over 25yrs experience covering all areas of nursing, surgical, A&E, specialist clinics and general practices.

Bubbly and mature i have excellent customer relations and love a good chat with clients.

I feel at home with iv placements, blood taking, reading xray and blood results. 

Resume and references are available on request.
Please contact me on : 

Amanda Sykes, Brisbane - Preferably Northern suburbs (posted 17th September) Trainee Vet Nurse

My name is Amanda Sykes and I am currently in the second year of my Certification IV in Veterinary Nursing study.
I am currently working at a private practice in Brisbane at St Lucia on a Sunday every week.

My current role includes (only to mention the most notable);
Being the only vet nurse on staff for the day ; Responsibility for check in and reception duties; Pre-surgery anaesthetic; Pre surgery grooming and santisation; Assisting the Vet to anaethetise animals for surgery; Assisting during surgery; Monitoring recovery; Hygiene and cleaning surgery room and equipment; Discharge and post operative instructions and medication; General consults such as suture removal; Administering Snap tests; Administering medication on instruction; General medical procedures such as catheterising a male cat under vet supervision; Taking blood samples; IV line insertion and removal; Basic dental scale and cleans; Registering blood samples for collection; Accounts receivable; Daily stock take and renewal/reorder; Walk in clients for food and parasite control; Phone duties including triage for emergencies.

As I am the only nurse on staff for the day, my role is multi-faceted and can be quite busy. Although I do thrive in this type on environment. This also allows me to see surgical cases that have provided opportunities to see uncommon and severe cases which I am assisting the vet directly. I have assisted on many sterilisations, feline and canine; Eye removal; Severe lacerations (mostly pig dog injuries which are quite deep and severe); Abscess drainage; Large abscess and carcinoma removals; Ear haematoma correction; External Ear removal; Internal ear polyp removal; Bladder stone removal; cryptorchidism testicle surgery; and the list does go on.

My current vet is multi discipline, with 50 years experience. I have learned a lot of manual processes while being under his supervision and have been involved in a lot of interesting surgical procedures and consults.

I am looking to be employed as a vet nurse trainee for the second part of my studies, so that I can afford to study longer and more focused while not having to "find time" to complete the final part of my study while I hold a full time job outside of the veterinary field. I am looking for 4-5 days a week, I can work alternate Saturdays if necessary. I also have my Certificate IV in Project Management so my skills extend to practice management as well as my current veterinary studies.

I hope a vet out there reads my blurb and decides that I am the one for you! Thank you for reading and please feel free to contact me on the details below;

Ph: 0412 293 663

Nelly, Parramatta & Surrounds, NSW (posted 17th September) Qualified & Experienced Vet Nurse

Hi my name is Nelly

I live near Parramatta NSW and I’m looking for Part time or Full time work.

I currently work full time and have been working at that practice for over 3 years.

I’m a qualified, experienced Veterinary Nurse.

I have been working in the industry for 6 plus years. I am confident in all aspects of veterinary nursing and reception duties.

I am looking to join an energetic , supportive work place.

Any questions and for my resume please email me at

I look forward hearing from you.

Suzanne Gray, Brisbane Northside, QLD (posted 17th September) Qualified & Experienced Vet Nurse/Receptionist

Suzy - Veterinary Receptionist/Nurse - Part Time - Brisbane Northside

I am an experienced Cert II Veterinary Receptionist/Nurse with 9 years practice experience and over 25 years customer service, administration and recruitment experience for you to utilise.  I currently work part time within a call centre and work as a Veterinary Nurse within a Cat Hotel on Sunday’s which I absolutely love.

I am looking to supplement my hours on a permanent or casual basis and ready to step back into the veterinary industry ideally as a receptionist on a part time basis 1-3 days per week between Wednesday - Saturday.

If you would like to view my resume you can contact me on 0450 532 406 or

Lucy Varga, Melbourne, VIC (posted 16th September) Experienced and Qualified Vet Nurse

Hi there, my name is Lucy Varga and I have been working as a veterinary nurse for about seven years. I qualified with a Certificate IV in Sydney where I began nursing and have worked in London UK and Byron Bay on the north coast of NSW. I am an Australian and a British citizen.

I have taken part in volunteering projects at The Blue Cross Animal Shelter in the UK, providing nursing skills to rescued elephants at Elephant Nature Park in northern Thailand, looking after horses in Spain, and working at a canine sterilisation clinic in Leh Ladakh, Northern India.

I'd be happy to work in a more part time or locum position, anywhere around Melbourne City and surrounds. I plan on moving to the area around the start of January.

I have recently been working in a holistic vet clinic here in the hinterland of Byron Bay. During my time at this clinic I have learnt some of the following skills:

Please send me an email if you would like to take a look at my resume and to contact my references.


Thank you, and I look forward to hearing from you :)

Samantha Burton, Melbourne, VIC (posted 16th September) Qualified & Experienced Vet Nurse

My name is Samantha Burton. I am a certificate IV qualified veterinary nurse who is coming back from locuming in Canada in emergency veterinary medicine for the past 15 months. 

I have been working in emergency veterinary medicine for 6 years as well as general practice on and off for 8 years. 

I am looking for part-time, full-time or locum work around Melbourne from mid October. I would love to work in emergency medicine again and would also love to work in more specialised medicine such as neurology, exotics, ophthalmology or internal medicine. I and am also open to working in general practice.

I am a hard worker and a fast learned who is bubbly and always striving to expand my knowledge and improve standards of care. 

Please contact me via email if you would like a copy of my resume and/or like to chat further about upcoming opportunities. 

Lisa Menzies, Coffs Harbour & Surrounds, NSW (posted 16th September) Qualified & Experienced Vet Nurse


I am Lisa Menzies and am currently seeking a vet nurse role in the Coffs Harbour area or surrounds.

I’m a qualified cert IV nurse with previous experience in a regional mixed animal practice. I would love the chance to expand my skill set, always keen for a challenge. I’m highly organised and have experience in surgical nursing, anaesthesia monitoring, pathology as well as general practice and reception duties.

I have transport and am willing to travel. Available for immediate start.

Please contact me for a copy of my resume at

Cecilia Condonancio, Hobart, TAS (posted 16th September) Overseas Qualified Vet Seeking Vet Nurse Position

Hello, I am Cecilia,  

I graduated as a Veterinary Surgeon in Argentina on 2013. I moved to Australia two years ago, where I have been working with large animals as an Assistant and in small animal practices as a Vet Nurse.

These are some of my skills on the GP, which I gain over the past few years. 

I am willing to work long hours, cooperate with the team as well as being efficient on my own.

I am interested in any position involving animal care, such as Veterinary nurse or Animal Attendant in Hobart or any driving distance from the city. 

E-mail address
Phone number 0497 304 610 
Please do not hesitate to contact me for further information and references.

Cecilia M. Condonancio

Ellen, Inner Melbourne & Surrounds, VIC (posted 11th September) Experienced ECC Vet Nurse

My name is Ellen & I am currently looking for a full time ECC position. I have 15 years experience within this industry & can handle the case load/emergencies. I understand there is a lot to be exposed to in ICU etc, thus it makes me thrive to be a better RVN to learn & gain experience as well as knowledge.

I want a permanent position as an ECC nurse working mainly nights & weekends.

If you would like to view my resume or cover letter please call, text or email myself on the below number.

Ellen 0423 861 188 or

Alice Manister, Sydney (posted 11th September) Experienced & Qualified Locum Vet Nurse


British RVN relocated to Sydney permanently. 4 years experience, Qualified with a Certificate IV in 2015. I have been working in the UK for the last 2 years and gained registration in 2018. 

I was a Senior hospital nurse in a busy first opinion hospital in the UK. I am Competent with emergency work, all clinical nursing, placement of feeding tubes, urinary catheters, IV's, Bloods, nurse clinics, Imaging.  I am a team player, I have good customer service skills and love being a veterinary nurse!

Available to start work ASAP.

Please email on for a copy of my resume and references

Jessica Bew, Southern Tasmania (posted 5th September) Experienced Vet Nurse/Receptionist

Hi there, my name is Jessica Bew.

I have worked as a Vet Nurse with some Reception work for the last 16 months at a small and large animal clinic in Southern Tasmania. I was very quickly thrown in the deep end with little training and more so on the job learning by watching and some guidance and supervision. I’ve grown even more passionate about the veterinary industry and would love to progress my skills as a vet nurse and turn it into a lifetime career. I’m looking for any casual or permanent Part-time work in Tasmania but I would also be extremely keen to do some locum work in other clinics throughout Australia for anywhere up to a week at a time!

I have an impressive resume and experience in all nursing aspects and can provide detailed documentation of what I can and can’t do and surprisingly there isn’t little I can’t do after the last year. I can also provide written recommendations from the Clinic Owner, Vets and Nurses alike from my workplace.

I live in Southern Tasmania so permanent work does need to be in Southern Tasmania but as said would love to Locum anywhere to improve my skill base and gain experience in other clinics.

Please contact me anytime.
0418 506 751

Hannah Spark, Perth - NOR preferred, (posted 3rd September) Experienced and Qualified Locum Vet Nurse


Available from November onwards
Cert IV Qualified with 5 years experience 
Registered with VSB 

Ph: 0435 801 142

Katy Gill, Cairns, QLD (posted 30th August) Part Time Experienced & Qualified locum Vet Nurse

10+ Experienced RCVS veterinary nurse available part time (including weekends and evenings)

Over 10 years of in practice experience with 3 years practice management experience in central London England. Have had experience working in emergency referral clinics, night shifts with 30 + inpatients, Confident and competent in monitor intense anaesthetic with a verity of animals (Hamster to geriatric old dog). Good at working in a team but also on my own, easy to get along with, a bubbly personality and enjoys working hard and new experiences in veterinary practice.

Have spent the last 2 years working in South Africa at a vet clinic on a cheetah breeding project and working with marine animals at the Two Oceans aquarium, have experience in rehabilitating and realeasing turtles, post mortem on turtles, monitoring shark and ray anaesthetics, medical treatment on cheetahs (blood sampling, IV lines and monitoring anaesthetics) I am currently based in Queensland and is looking for locum work start of August 2019.

I am currently living in Cairns until New year.

Please feel free to contact me for any upcoming locum shifts. 
0477 066 042

Rhiannon Speirs, Sydney, NSW (posted 30th August) Trainee Vet Nurse

My name is Rhiannon. I am looking for work in a vet clinic to begin my traineeship as a Veterinary nurse. I am located in Western Sydney but I am also willing to travel throughout Sydney. 

I have recently completed a Certificate 2 in Animal Studies though the RSPCA Burwood/ Boxhill Institute and have a Bachelor of Science (Zoology) from La Trobe University. 

I am currently volunteering at an animal shelter where I have over 2 years experience working in the Cattery and Kennel. I have previously had experience on a farm, working with a variety of large animals, as well as experience in a veterinary clinic . 

I also have 5+ years working in customer service and administration. I enjoy working with people almost as much as I enjoy working with animals and would be confident in transitioning my current receptionist knowledge into the veterinary setting. I have always prided myself on my work ethic and determination to advance my skills, this added with my passion for animal care and welfare drives my passion to begin my training as a vet nurse. I am hoping to find a clinic that is looking for a motivated trainee and is willing to aid in my learning and development. 


Jessica, West Melbourne, VIC (posted 26th August) Experienced and Qualified Vet Nurse

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

My names is Jessica, im a fully qualified veterinary nurse of 5 years. Confident in all aspects of nurses. Including catheters, blood collection, surgery monitoring, scrubbing in for surgery and leading a small team. 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

Anonymous, Brisbane (posted 26th August) Qualified and Experienced Nurse seeking casual work

Qualified Veterinary Nurse with 3+ years experience – particular interest in anaesthesia and surgical nursing duties, however competent in all roles. Experienced with both small animals and horses.

Seeking additional casual work to my current position, within the Brisbane area. Available every Sunday, 2 Saturdays per month and late afternoon/ night shifts throughout the week. I am happy to travel up to 1 hour from Annerley, Bris. Can provide great references. Have own reliable car.

If you have anything available or would like a copy of my resume please contact me via

Alexis Demertzidis, Melbourne (posted 19th August) Locum or Part time Qualified Vet Nurse

Hi there ! My name is Alexis and I am a qualified Veterinary Nurse, having completed my Certificate 4 veterinary nursing studies. I have been working in a private practice for 2 years now and absolutely love my job.  I am looking for more challenges and experience in another veterinary clinic in addition to my current workplace. I am looking for Locum work or Part work around Melbourne. 
I would only be available – Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays from 3pm onwards covering evening or overnight shifts and occasional Saturdays and Sundays.

I am an enthusiastic, hardworking team player. I have a strong work ethic, good customer service skills, and am a quick learner.
I have participated in work experience/placement in multiple veterinary clinics around Melbourne.

Key tasks involved in my position currently include:
Caring for and handling all animals, Maintaining the overall hygiene of the practice, including surgical areas and equipment, Undertaking general nursing tasks, including pre and post-operative care, and animal pathology, surgical nursing, Delivering outstanding client care to all patients and owners, Handling client enquiries professionally, Administration duties and associated tasks, Administer treatments and medications, Following WHS policies and procedures in an animal care environment.

I have a driver's license so transport is not an issue for me .
I am available to be contacted via email; and can send my CV for your perusal, or on 0405 511 256 to further have a chat about any potential opportunities.

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