Vet Nurses and other support staff

Positions Available in Industry & Non-Clinical Jobs
including Kennel/Cattery Attendants & other Animal Care


Cenversa, Seventeen Mile Rocks, Brisbane, QLD (posted 21st September) Customer Service Professional

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Cenvet is part of the Cenversa group of companies. We are an Australian owned and operated, animal health wholesaler – supplying products to veterinarians and pet stores across Australia.  In operation for over 60 years, we're experiencing steady growth and currently employ over 200 staff across Australia, it's an exciting time to join our team!

Cenvet Australia is a leading distributor of animal health and pet care products to the veterinary industry; we are looking for a talented customer service professional with animal health experience to join our Seventeen Mile Rocks, QLD team.

Responsibilities / about the role:

 About you:

 You will be asked the following questions when you apply:

Please send through your applications to: Renee.Whyburn@cenversa.com.au 

We thank you for your application, however only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.


Cenversa, Kings Park, Greater Western Sydney, NSW (posted 21st September) Customer Service Professional

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Cenvet is part of the Cenversa group of companies. We are an Australian owned and operated, animal health wholesaler – supplying products to veterinarians and pet stores across Australia.  In operation for over 60 years, we're experiencing steady growth and currently employ over 200 staff across Australia, it's an exciting time to join our team!

Cenvet Australia is a leading distributor of animal health and pet care products to the veterinary industry; we are looking for a talented customer service professional with animal health experience to join our Kings Park, NSW team.

Responsibilities / about the role:

 About you:

 You will be asked the following questions when you apply:

Please send through your applications to: Renee.Whyburn@cenversa.com.au 

We thank you for your application, however only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.


Veterinary Referral Hospital Dandenong, South-east Melbourne, VIC (posted 17th September) Business Manager

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Veterinary Hospital Business Manager
Dandenong VIC

The Veterinary Referral Hospital (VRH) is Melbourne’s newest and largest specialist facility for pets is seeking a new business manager to oversee the most exciting period in its history. Our goal is to provide an honest and approachable service that integrates with local veterinarians to achieve best possible outcomes for patients and their owners.

Comprehensively equipped with cutting edge clinical technology and a broad team of specialists, clinicians, nurses, and support staff; VRH is ready to become the clinic of choice for pet owners and referring clinics alike across Victoria.

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About us

We are part of a long-established and leading group of General Practice, Specialist and Emergency Veterinary Hospitals located throughout Australia. We strive to provide the highest quality general practice, specialist medical, surgical, and diagnostic animal services including 24-hour emergency and critical care. We take pride in our dynamic environment and no day or night is ever the same.

The position

We are seeking a dynamic and passionate Business Manager for our Veterinary Referral Hospital. As an integral member of the leadership team, you will be responsible for the business development, strategy, management, and accountability of our team. The Business Manager will work closely with the hospital Veterinarians, nurses, technical staff, and support teams. The hospital operates 24 hours 7 days a week and provides both General Practice and Emergency care. Responsibilities include:

About you

The right candidate should have substantial knowledge and experience in business operations. You should be a humble and resilient person with a desire to help others succeed and grow. You understand that customer service is a business imperative. Your excellent written and verbal communication skills, excellent time management skills and your strong ability to prioritise work will allow you to realize your passion for positive business, hospital, people, and patient outcomes. The candidate should have proven experience and success working independently, working within a team and with various internal and external stakeholders. The ability to adapt, listen and collaborate, find, and execute improvements and processes and lead change are crucial. With a flexible and creative attitude towards work, you will fit well within our culture.

The right candidate will be part of a high performing team and will be expected to have:

What we offer

This position offers an opportunity to work with some of the best clinicians in their field, in a professional and challenging yet enjoyable workplace. A competitive annual salary plus leave entitlements, continuous education program and other employee benefits will be provided. This is a growing business and for the right candidate ongoing opportunities will undoubtedly present themselves.

How to Contact Us

To express your interest contact Michelle Gray, Talent Acquisition Consultant on michelle.gray@gxltd.com.au or 0429 007 945.

Please visit our website: https://www.vrh247.com.au/


Racing Queensland Limited, Deagan, Outer Northern Brisbane, QLD (posted 6th September) Off-The-Track Project Officer

QOTT Program Project Officer

Role Summary

Facilitate the delivery of Qld Off-The-Track Program initiatives to ensure racing aftercare objectives for Thoroughbreds and Standardbreds are achieved.

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The Opportunity

The primary purpose of the role is to coordinate the delivery of high-quality QOTT Program initiatives that maximise the post-racing opportunities for Queensland’s retired racehorses. A structured program of actions and initiatives has been approved by the QOTT Board, which includes the establishment of a retraining/rehoming program for Thoroughbred and Standardbred horses, bred for the racing industry, and domiciled in Queensland at the time of their retirement. 

Your success in the role will be underpinned by your ability to develop and operationalise program frameworks, as well as your capacity to build effective relationships and form strong partnerships with stakeholders to support the transition of Thoroughbred and Standardbred horses from racing or breeding activities to retirement. 

The Success Profile

This is a fast-paced, dynamic environment where your resilience and ability to think on your feet will be key factors to your success. With your results-driven attitude and forward-thinking style, you will build trust and credibility with all stakeholder groups through superior interpersonal skills.

This role affords the scope to realise the significant professional uplift of working for a tri-code Principal Racing Authority.  We recruit values-aligned people into Racing Queensland who lead by example and thrive on delivering results in a high performance culture.

The Organisation: Racing Queensland

Racing Queensland (RQ) is a statutory body whose primary purpose is to promote, enhance and provide a platform to service the industry across three codes of racing: Thoroughbred, Greyhound and Harness.

RQ’s vision is to connect people through the thrill of racing, and its mission is to be Queensland’s number #1 sport.

Benefits and Perks

We have generous employee benefits such as EAP, an innovative reward and recognition program offering perks and discounts and best practice HR policies offering flexible working arrangements, paid parental leave, talent management and performance development. We also provide annual flu vaccinations, weekly fruit deliveries, corporate massages, and access to an on-site gym as we value your health and well-being.

How to apply

Racing Queensland values inclusivity and promotes a workplace that actively seeks to welcome contributions from all people.  We encourage people of all abilities, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, diverse cultures and backgrounds, LGBTIQ+ identities, and all age groups and genders to apply. 

To be considered for this exciting opportunity, email hr@racingqueensland.com.au now and submit your:

To view a position description please visit our website 

If you have any questions about the position, please email People and Performance: hr@racingqueensland.com.au  

Please note the following conditions apply:


Animal Emergency Service Carrara, Gold Coast QLD (posted 23rd July) Inventory and Equipment Officer

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Inventory and Equipment Officer
Carrara, Gold Coast
Part-time – 16hrs per week

Animal Emergency Service Carrara is a busy and progressive Veterinary practice that provides 24-hour care to pets and wildlife. AES has built a reputation for high quality, emergency veterinary care for animals.

An inventory and equipment handling position has recently become available to service our veterinary hospital in Carrara, Gold Coast. Our business is a dynamic, fast paced and team oriented environment.

This position is responsible for purchasing, monitoring, receiving and unpacking company products and consumables to ensure necessary inventory related functions are managed correctly.

Duties will include but are not limited to:

Skills and Experience required:

Please forward your application to: careers@aes.email quoting Reference ID GCIO2107. Please include with your application:


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