Emergency & Critical Care Vacancies

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  1. Hong Kong - Veterinary Specialist Hospital - specialty & emergency/critical care New Graduates welcome
  2. Singapore - Beecroft Animal Specialist & Emergency Hospital, ECC vets New
  3. UK - London - 4 vet 100% feline practice - night clinicians sponsor New
  4. QLD - Cairns - 7 vet small animal/emergency practice, ECC vet photos
  5. QLD - Townsville - JCUVet - Emergency & Critical Care Specialist photos
  6. QLD - Townsville - JCUVet - veterinarian & emergency clinician photos
  7. QLD - Sunshine Coast - Noosa - AEC - part time or casual ECC
  8. QLD - Sunshine Coast - AES Tanawha - full or part time ECCphotos
  9. QLD - Brisbane N - AEC Kedron - ECC Vet Director
  10. QLD - Brisbane N - AEC Kedron - full or part time or casual ECC
  11. QLD - Brisbane E - Manly Road 24hr Veterinary Hospital - 16 vet small animal 24 hour practice, Overnight Team Leader photos
  12. QLD - Brisbane - AEC Woolloongabba - Full or part time or casual ECC
  13. QLD - Brisbane S - AES Underwood/Jindalee - full or part time between 2 locationsNew Graduates welcome photos
  14. QLD - Brisbane - Sinnamon Park - ARH - full time, part time or casual ECC photos
  15. QLD - Lockyer Valley - Gatton - The University of Queensland - Residency in Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care New
  16. QLD - Gold Coast - Carrara - AES - full or part time ECC photos
  17. QLD - Gold Coast - Varsity Lakes - AEC - full or part time emergency
  18. QLD - Gold Coast - Varsity Lakes - AEC - 6 vet vet small animal/emergency practice, Vet Director
  19. NSW - Newcastle - Broadmeadow - AREC - permanent & casual ECC positions photos
  20. NSW - Central Coast - ARH Gosford - casual / permanent ECC
  21. NSW - Sydney North Shore - North Shore Vet Specialist & Emergency Centre - ECC Internship 2021 photos
  22. NSW - Sydney North Shore - North Shore Vet Specialist & Emergency Centre - ECC photos
  23. NSW - Sydney North Shore - Nth Ryde - SASH - 35 vet specialist hospital - ECC Residency Program photos New
  24. NSW - Sydney North Shore - Nth Ryde - SASH - 35 vet specialist hospital - ECC Speciality Internship photos New
  25. NSW - Sydney North Shore - Nth Ryde - SASH - 35 vet specialist hospital - ECC photos
  26. NSW - Sydney NW - Hills District - ARH Baulkham Hills - full time, part time or casual Emergency New
  27. NSW - Sydney NW - ARH Baulkham Hills - Clinical Director
  28. NSW - Sydney City - Sydney Vet Emergency & Specialists - 25 vet ECC/Specialists - full or part time ECC photos
  29. NSW - Sydney Inner West - University of Sydney - 12 vet - Senior Registrar/ Specialist in ECC photos New
  30. NSW - Sydney W - ARH Homebush - full or part time ECC
  31. NSW - Sydney W - Regentville - Western Sydney Vet Emergency Services - full/part time ECC photos
  32. NSW - Sydney W - Regentville - Wellpet Vets - small animalpractice, full or part time photos
  33. NSW - Sydney S - Miranda - Veterinary Specialists of Sydney - ECC photos New
  34. NSW - Wollongong N - Fairy Meadow - 11 vet small animal practice, GP/ECC Graduate Training ProgramNew Graduates welcomephotos
  35. ACT - Canberra - Gungahlin - Canberra Vet Emergency Service - full time ECC vet
  36. ACT - Canberra - Fyshwick - ARH Canberra - ECC - part time and casual vacancies photos
  37. TAS - N Hobart - Moonah - AHVEC Pty Ltd - ECC photos New
  38. VIC - Bendigo - Bendigo - Central Veterinary Emergency - full time experienced or new grad New Graduates welcomephotos
  39. VIC - Melbourne NE - Bundoora - Northern Suburbs Animal Emergency Centre - 25 vet small animal/emergency ECC photos
  40. VIC - Melbourne Inner NW - Essendon Fields - Animal Referral Hospital - ECC Internship New Graduates welcome
  41. VIC - Melbourne Inner NW - Essendon Fields - Animal Referral Hospital - Junior Emergency Vet
  42. VIC - Melbourne Inner NW - Kensington - 15 vet specialist/ECC 24 hour hospital - Casual or permanent ECC New
  43. VIC - Melbourne Inner - Collingwood - CARE Vet, Experienced ICU vet
  44. VIC - Melbourne Inner - Collingwood - CARE Vet, ECC Internship New Graduates welcomeNew
  45. VIC - Melbourne SE - East Malvern - PESC - 6 vet small animal/emergency practice photos
  46. VIC - Melbourne SE - AEC Mount Waverley - full or part time ECC
  47. VIC - Melbourne SE - AEC Mount Waverley & Frankston - ECC Graduate Development Program
  48. VIC - Melbourne SE - AEC Moorabbin - ECC
  49. VIC - Melbourne SE - Dandenong - Veterinary Referral Hospital, Specialty Hospital and ECC - full time ECC photos
  50. VIC - Melbourne S - Frankston - AEC Frankston - ECC
  51. VIC - Mornington Peninsula - Mornington - Peninsula Vet Emergency & Referral Hosp - Graduate Development Program photos
  52. VIC - Mornington Peninsula - Mornington - Peninsula Vet Emergency & Referral Hosp - full/part time or casual photos
  53. SA - Roseworthy - University of Adelaide - Small Animal First Opinion / Emergency & Critical Care New
  54. SA - Adelaide Outer NE - Wynn Vale - Golden Grove Emergency Veterinary Hospital - overnight ECC New
  55. SA - Adelaide Inner E - Norwood - AEC - small animal/emergency practice New
  56. SA - Adelaide SW - Kurralta Park - Referral & Emergency Centre - full time, part time and casual ECC
  57. SA - Adelaide SW - Kurralta Park - Referral & Emergency Centre - ECC Specialist
  58. SA - Adelaide SW - Kurralta Park - Referral & Emergency - ECC Vet Director
  59. WA - Perth NE - Midland - AEC - Brand new small animal hospital, full or part time ECC
  60. WA - Perth NW - Osborne Park - Perth Veterinary Specialists - 20 vet small animal/emergency practice
  61. WA - Perth NW - Osborne Park - Perth Veterinary Specialists Emergency Care - Clinical Emergency Lead
  62. WA - Perth S - Murdoch - The Animal Hospital at Murdoch University - ECC New

MURDOCH, SOUTHERN PERTH - SMALL ANIMAL - ECC VETERINARIAN New Position

Veterinarian (ECC)

About us

Murdoch University is home to the only Veterinary School in Western Australia, and its prestigious teaching hospital The Animal Hospital At Murdoch University provides the clinical facility that enables students to have clinical hands-on opportunity. It also provides a service to the community through its team of specialists who oversee the care and treatment of all animals referred to the hospital.

We aim to provide an environment where high professional and clinical standards are tempered with genuine care and compassion. Our team at The Animal Hospital are passionate about animals, from the first person you see at reception to the highly qualified specialists. We are fear-free certified and practice low stress handling in our clinic.

The ECC is a close knit and supportive team, all dedicated to improving the wellbeing of our patients, delivering high quality veterinary services all while enjoying the work we do.

About the Role

This could be the job for you if you:

Applicants should refer to the Position Description for further detail on the duties, skills and experience required for this role.

What you’ll get in return:

You will be joining a talented team of Veterinarians working at Western Australia’s premiere animal treatment facility, The Animal Hospital at Murdoch University.

Employees of Murdoch University enjoy a lively, natural campus and world-class facilities, as well as a range of benefits including:

To Apply

Please refer to this position on the Murdoch University Current Vacancies page and upload the following documents:

Please see the Applicant Guide for more information. Applications sent by post or email will not be accepted. Please note visa sponsorship is not available for this position.

Murdoch University values workplace diversity, promotes inclusion, and strongly encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, women, and people with disability.

Applicants who have support or access requirements, are encouraged to advise this at the time of their application, to ensure appropriate assistance is provided throughout the recruitment process.

Position contact: Dr Jill Griffiths, Veterinary Supervisor (ECC) at J.Griffiths@murdoch.edu.au.

Closing date: 3 October 2021

Murdoch University reserves the right to withdraw this application before the closing date.

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CAMPERDOWN, SYDNEY INNER WEST - SENIOR REGISTRAR / SPECIALIST IN ECC New Position

Senior Registrar/Veterinary Specialist in Emergency Medicine and Critical Care

About the opportunity

We are looking for a Senior Registrar/Veterinary Specialist in Emergency Medicine and Critical Care to provide Emergency and Critical Care Service (ECC) at the University Veterinary Teaching Hospital Sydney. The successful candidate will work closely with the Hospital Director, CEO, Business Manager and ECC Unit Head to continue to raise the profile of the ECC to clients and referring veterinarians. You will support the operational oversight of the ECC unit services which will involve establishment and implementation of policies and procedures, ensuring that staff operate in accordance with such polices and that there is excellent communication with internal and referring veterinarians and while delivering high level of service is delivered. You will have an active teaching role of final year DVM veterinary students in liaison with the Heads of ECC and Primary Care.

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Your key responsibilities will be to:

The Sydney School of Veterinary Science at the University of Sydney is ranked first in the Southern hemisphere and 16th in the world among veterinary faculties (QS rankings 2021). Regarding research, the faculty is the highest ranked veterinary school in Australia (ERA 5/5). The School of Veterinary Science educates students and conducts research in veterinary and related sciences.

To learn more about the Sydney School of Veterinary Science click here

About you

The University values courage and creativity; openness and engagement; inclusion and diversity; and respect and integrity. As such, we see the importance of recruiting talent aligned to these values and are looking for either a Senior Registrar or Veterinary Specialist in Emergency Medicine and Critical Care.

Senior Registrar in Emergency Medicine and Critical Care, (HEO Level 8) who is a veterinarian with responsibilities within a specific area of clinical practice, and who is involved in both undergraduate and postgraduate clinical training programs. In addition, you must have:

Veterinary Specialist in Emergency Medicine and Critical Care (HEO level 9) who is a veterinarian with at least partial responsibility for the management of a unit or division, including the management of a range of staff working within the relevant discipline or sub-discipline, who has:

The 15% veterinary clinical specialist loading is available once registered as specialist by NSW Veterinary Practitioners Board.

Pre-employment checks

Your employment is conditional upon the completion of all role required pre-employment or background checks in terms satisfactory to the University. Similarly, your ongoing employment is conditional upon the satisfactory maintenance of all relevant clearances and background check requirements. If you do not meet these conditions, the University may take any necessary step, including the termination of your employment.

EEO statement

The University of Sydney is committed to diversity and social inclusion. Applications from people of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds; equity target groups including women, people with disabilities, people who identify as LGBTIQ; and people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent, are encouraged.

For a confidential discussion about the role, or if you require reasonable adjustment or support filling out this application, please contact Helen Efstathiou, Recruitment Consultant. Recruitment Operations, Human Resources on +61 2 8627 7137 or by email recruitment.sea@sydney.edu.au

How to apply

Closing date for applications: 11.59pm, Sunday 24 October 2021

Please click here to apply

© The University of Sydney

The University reserves the right not to proceed with any appointment.

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NOOSA, SUNSHINE COAST - EMERGENCY

Emergency Vet Associate
Noosa QLD

An opportunity for an Emergency Veterinarian to join our team at AEC Noosa on a part-time or casual basis. This is a rare opportunity to become a team member of the AEC group.

Joining our family, you will have the opportunity to put your excellent clinical skills and passion for Emergency medicine to work. Emergency medicine is a fast-paced environment that provides you with the satisfaction of overcoming the challenges that come your way. We have a team of passionate like-minded Vets and Nurses who enjoy the rewarding nature of this role and the rush provided by Emergency medicine. 

If successful you would be required to work some weekends, public holidays and overnights on a rotational roster.

Benefits for You

About Your Skills & Experience

How to Contact Us

If you would like to become part of the dynamic AEC Noosa team, please send your application, including a cover letter and resume, outlining your suitability against the criteria above to Michelle Gray, Talent Acquisition Consultant on michelle.gray@gxltd.com.au  or phone 0429 007 945.

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SINGAPORE - SMALL ANIMAL EMERGENCY New Position

Beecroft is looking for Emergency Vets

Beecroft Animal Specialist Hospital has an attractive opportunity for enthusiastic veterinarians with an interest in ECC to join their friendly team in a 10,000 sqft state-of-the-art small animal and exotics veterinary hospital. The hospital is fully equipped with CT, Endoscopy, Fluoroscopy, ultrasound, 2 x-ray rooms, 3 surgical suites, and a 1.5 T MRI (coming in early 2022). It is 100% specialist owned and operated and offers an impressive chance to work alongside specialists as well as experienced veterinarians and nurses in a happy, positive, team-nurturing environment.

You would be working as part of an experienced team, which will give you an exciting opportunity to fully utilize and develop your skills and gain extensive knowledge of specialist in-patient care.

We have dedicated night staff, so the position offered is for day staff (no more day/night rotas-yay!)

For the successful applicant, we offer a highly attractive package, genuine career progression opportunities as well as company benefits.

Requirements :

Some of the job perks include:

If this position is of interest, or if you require any more information, please contact julie.lavigne@beecroft.com.sg

www.beecroft.com.sg

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TOWNSVILLE, QLD - VETERINARIAN AND EMERGENCY CLINICIAN

Veterinarian and Emergency Clinician

$120,000 - $130,000 Annual Salary

2 Days, 2 Nights every 10 days – Equals lifestyle

Are you someone who:

We are looking for Veterinarians who want to build their skills and abilities in a team environment focused on learning and enjoyment of your work. 

JCUVet is the Clinical Small Animal Teaching Hospital for James Cook University in Townsville. We are focused on providing excellence in clinical training for veterinary students. We do this through involving and inspiring students in a full service Small Animal General Practice and Small Animal Referral Hospital, with internal medicine, surgery, anesthesia, emergency and critical care. We see clients and patients from across Queensland focusing particularly on Central and Northern Queensland.

This is a novel role aimed at providing a continually improving level of care for our patients, while building a varied, rewarding and enjoyable role for veterinary clinicians.  The position will involve rostered shifts of direct client and patient responsibility through our general practice, support of hospital care for our referral and intensive patients, and management of cases outside normal hospital opening hours.   

The role is focused on a combination of roughly half day-time work and half night-time work on a generous rotation averaging 4 shifts every 10 days.

The truly amazing part of this role is that you will work an average of 35 hours per week plus 3 hours focused on study or training.  You will work closely with our employed senior clinicians and visiting specialists, giving great opportunity for you to build your skills.  This leaves plenty of time for family, friends and exploring the great outdoors in this extraordinary part of Australia!

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If you want to move north with the rest, we would like to offer you:

If you feel this position is what you have been looking for, please contact:

Dr Jason Mouatt BVSc FANZCVS
Specialist Small Animal Surgeon 
Hospital Director, JCUVet

Veterinarycareers@jcu.edu.au
www.jcuvet.com.au

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SYDNEY NORTH SHORE - ECC INTERNSHIP 2021

NSVSC – ECC Internship

About us:

North Shore Veterinary Specialist Centre was established in 2001 and is co-located with North Shore Veterinary Hospital. NSVH was built in 1935 and is the longest standing Veterinary hospital on the North Shore of Sydney. We are a 24/7, 365 day a year facility with specialists in internal medicine, surgery, diagnostic imaging, ophthalmology and dermatology, a dedicated dentistry and exotics service, a bustling and supportive emergency department, as well as a progressive general practice.
  
In 2019 we moved to a brand-new state of the art, purpose-built facility. We have advanced in-house laboratory facilities, comprehensive diagnostic imaging including 2 ultrasound rooms, digital X-ray, a 128 Slice GE CT scanner and are planning for an MRI installation later this year. Our team is vibrant, friendly and passionate about the services we offer at NSVSC and includes teams of surgical specialists, internal medicine specialists, interns, referral nurses and fantastic support staff.

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The Opportunity

NSVSC is looking for an enthusiastic veterinarian with at least one year of experience to join our emergency team for a 12-month internship. This is a great opportunity for motivated veterinarians with an interest in pursuing further emergency training or who intend to sit memberships.
This role is full-time with 1 in 3 weekends – but with days off either side to make up for weekend days worked. The position includes four weeks annual leave and one week conference leave.

Candidates must be eligible for veterinary registration in NSW. Above all else, we value someone who is a team player, committed to providing patient care of the highest standard and keen to be a part of our Specialist Centre.

About you

Candidates must be eligible for veterinary registration in NSW. The position includes four weeks annual leave and one-week conference leave. Applications should include curriculum vitae, a letter stating the reasons for seeking the internship, and the name and contact details of two-three referees. Above all else, however, we value someone who is a team player; committed to our patients and is keen to be a part of our specialist team.

The Role and Benefits

In this position you will work directly with a specialist in Emergency and Critical Care. Through the course of the year, you will have the opportunity to participate in teaching through journal club and ad hoc lectures and book club. You will also be supported to sit your memberships (if appropriate) and the RECOVER initiative CPR training. You will be rewarded with a generous salary & benefits that is reflective of the experience you bring to the position. We will support you with visa application, Australian Veterinary Registration and provide you with tailored relocation support to suit your situation.

To apply or for more information, contact Melissa Bicanic on 0431 186 825 or melissa.bicanic@vet.partners 

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MOORABBIN, SOUTH-EAST MELBOURNE, VIC - EMERGENCY & CRITICAL CARE

Emergency Veterinarian
Moorabbin, VIC

AEC Moorabbin is busier than ever, and an exciting new position has opened up for a permanent full-time Emergency Veterinarian. An attractive salary package including five weeks annual leave, one week CE leave, financial CE support, access to Plumbs on line and a VIN membership will be offered to the right candidate and although the position is for a full time employee, for the right person part-time hours may be negotiable. We have a strong focus on mental health, work life balance and team culture.

We have all the machines that go PING including; digital radiographs, in house bloods (CBC, biochemistry, blood gases, PT/APTT), a MyLAB30 gold ultrasound and a VIVID3 cardiac ultrasound, 3 ventilators (a Puritan Bennet and 2 iVent life support) humidicribs, an oxygen generator, a spacious surgery, a defibrillator and both Surgivet and DASH cage side monitors.

Our patients are commonly insured, and owners are willing to pursue the gold standard of treatment. We have an extensive library of protocols to support you, however critical and lateral thinking and treating each case individually is highly encouraged. We have visiting cardiologists, internal medicine ultra sonographers and a close relationship with both ECC, surgical and internal medicine specialists.

You will be encouraged to develop an interest in ultrasound, trauma, toxicology and surgery. Practical and theoretical education is strongly encouraged through in house tutorials, webinars, mentoring programs memberships and fellowships.

If you would like to work in a large emergency centre, with a low staff turn-over AEC Moorabbin might be the right fit for you.

Applicants should have a minimum of 2 years of veterinary experience and while emergency experience and willingness to obtain memberships is desired, we will provide training and mentorship for the right fit.

How to contact us:

For a confidential conversation contact Michelle Gray, Talent Acquisition Consultant on michelle.gray@gxltd.com.au or call 0429 007 945.

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NORTH RYDE - ECC VETERINARIAN

Emergency and Critical Care Veterinarian – North Ryde

About SASH:

The Small Animal Specialist Hospital (SASH) was established in North Ryde, Sydney in 2007 with a second hospital opening on the Central Coast of New South Wales in 2017. We are also excited to announce that we are opening a brand-new purpose-built specialist veterinary facility in South Australia in October 2021.  Our core purpose is to help pets and their families live their best life.

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SASH is the largest veterinary specialist hospital group in the Southern Hemisphere. We are privileged to care for over 18,000 pets and their families each year. SASH offers a wide range of specialist services including Anaesthesia, Avian & Exotics, Cardiology, Dermatology, Internal Medicine, Neurology/Neurosurgery, Medical and Radiation Oncology, Ophthalmology, Pathology, Physiotherapy, Radiology, Reproduction Medicine, Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation, Surgery and a renowned 24-hour Emergency and Critical Care department.

About the Role:

The SASH Emergency department sees through a range of interesting and rewarding cases. We have a brand-new purpose-built Emergency and ICU facilities with the latest equipment, opening shortly. Our team is extremely positive and supported. We have experienced nurses with a wealth of knowledge to support you throughout your shifts. You will have support from our team of 3 Criticalists, experienced emergency vets and specialist nurses. SASH understands the importance of a healthy work-life balance especially regarding emergency work. This is a top priority within our team which is reflected in our shift structures as well as employee support and low staff turnover.

About You:

We are looking for great people to join our team who are interested in learning and growing in their roles and prepared to go the extra mile for each other to make SASH a great place to work and the best provider of specialist veterinary care to our patients and their families, so they can live their best life.

The SASH experience:

You will be joining a fast-paced environment, working with fabulous people and a team committed to helping pets and their families live their best life.  The animal health care industry is extremely rewarding, and you will have an opportunity to make a difference.

If you are interested in joining a supportive team, with excellent facilities and challenging and rewarding cases, we would love to hear from you! Please apply using the link: https://adr.to/y32ju

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OSBORNE PARK, PERTH - SMALL ANIMAL EMERGENCY CLINICAL LEAD

Emergency Clinical Lead - Perth Veterinary Specialists

We are looking for a Clinical Lead to lead our Emergency Service. If you are passionate about ECC, have an interest in training and development and foster collaboration, we’d love to chat!

Who We Are
Perth Veterinary Specialists is Western Australia’s longest established and largest private specialist veterinary practice. Our current services include surgery, anaesthesia, medicine, oncology, diagnostic imaging, dermatology and an after-hours/emergency service. Perth is Australia’s sunniest capital city, and is full of natural beauty, with stunning beaches and national parks just a short distance away.

The Opportunity
We are searching for an experienced Emergency Clinical Lead to be an integral part of our leadership team. This is an opportunity for you to make your mark by shaping and moulding our Emergency Service to continue to provide industry leading standards of care. You will have a genuine interest and passion for the provision of emergency care, as well as supporting and developing your team.

As a senior member of the leadership team, the Emergency and Critical Care Lead Veterinarian is responsible for delivering high quality veterinarian services and outcomes for patients and clients during emergency and hospitalisation periods. This position focuses on quality-of-service provision, creating and maintaining clinical standards and clinical team leadership. You will also have the opportunity to work alongside our future Critical Care Unit.

To be considered as an experienced ECC clinician for this role, you’ll be licensed to practice in Australia, have Memberships in Emergency and Critical Care and ideally FANZCVS (ECC) or DACVECC/Dip ECVECC board certified. You will also have proven experience in a similar role. Those ECC vets who are certificate holders will also be considered with substantial experience to demonstrate.

The Benefits

Please send expressions of interest, CV and cover letters to Elizabeth Bush at Elizabeth.bush@vetpartners.com.au or for a confidential chat please call Elizabeth on 0434 659 112.

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BAULKHAM HILLS, SYDNEY HILLS DISTRICT, NSW - SMALL ANIMAL/EMERGENCY New Position

Emergency Vet Associate
Baulkham Hills NSW

The Animal Referral Hospital (ARH) is a well-established group of specialist veterinary hospitals, with a wide range of specialist, critical care and emergency services throughout our facilities in NSW, ACT, VIC, QLD and SA.

ARH aims to provide a responsive, comprehensive emergency and referral service to veterinarians, their clients and their patients. We provide high professional and clinical standards, which are tempered with genuine care and compassion.

Our Baulkham Hills hospital is currently recruiting Emergency Veterinarians to join our cohesive and dynamic team on a permanent full-time or part-time or casual basis.

This position would suit a vet with a minimum 2 years of experience who has a genuine interest in emergency medicine and someone who loves an exciting environment.

This a great role to introduce yourself to Emergency medicine, whilst working with amongst a dedicated, supportive and compassionate team.

About You

Benefits for You

If this role interests you and you would like to become part of the ARH team, please send your updated CV, including a cover letter outlining your suitability against the above-mentioned criteria to Michelle Sorrenson on m.sorrenson@arhvets.com

ARH Baulkham Hills
19 Old Northern Road
Baulkham Hills NSW 2153            
www.arhvets.com.au 

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MORNINGTON, MORNINGTON PENINSULA, VIC - SMALL ANIMAL/EMERGENCY - GRADUATE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM New Graduates welcome

Exciting opportunity for new graduates!

We are looking for new or recent graduates to join our New Graduate Development Program commencing late January 2022. We provide a mentored and fully supported experience to build your foundation in veterinary practice while you rotate through general practice, emergency consulting shifts, critical care, internal medicine and surgery – giving you a unique opportunity to experience both private general and referral practice in your formative year!

At Peninsula Vet Emergency & Referral Hospital, we pride ourselves on having a great team focused environment. Through the collaboration of our entire veterinary team, we strive to provide best practice care for all our patients, while maintaining exceptional customer service. We are part of the Peninsula Vet Care group which consists of a network of high-quality general practice clinics.

Our hospital is a purpose-built facility, equipped with the latest in diagnostic equipment and tools required and expected in a referral hospital. We are staffed with specialists and referral clinicians in surgery, internal medicine and emergency and critical care, as well as experienced nurses to support you. We also routinely have a visiting anaesthesia specialist.

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What we require from you:

What we will offer you:

The Emergency and Referral Hospital is located at the gateway to the scenic Mornington Peninsula – famed for the local beaches and wineries. The hospital is easily accessible via the major freeways, being approximately 5 minutes off the Mornington Peninsula Freeway.

We are just over 1 hour from Melbourne’s CBD and around 30 minutes from the south or eastern suburbs – ideally situated to provide either easy access for commuting or an idealistic location for living.

If you are ready for a taste of what an advanced veterinary service has to offer in a well-supported environment, please email your confidential application with a cover letter and CV including 2 references to our business manager Sarsha Collett via sarsha@penvetreferral.com.au. Multiple positions are available.

www.penvetreferral.com.au or

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SINNAMON PARK, BRISBANE WEST - FULL TIME, PART TIME OR CASUAL SMALL ANIMAL ECC

Emergency and Critical Care Veterinarian
Animal Referral Hospital - Sinnamon Park QLD
Job Number: ES2037

An opportunity for Emergency and Critical Care Veterinarian to join ARH Brisbane on a full-time, part-time or casual basis.

The Animal Referral Hospital (ARH) is a well-established group of specialist veterinary hospitals. We offer a wide range of specialist services and provide 24-hour emergency and critical care through our facilities in NSW, ACT, VIC, QLD and SA. ARH aims to provide a responsive, comprehensive emergency and referral service to veterinarians, their clients and their patients. We provide high professional and clinical standards, which are tempered with genuine care and compassion.

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Formed as a partnership between local Queensland specialists and the ARH group, ARH Brisbane is a newly created specialist and emergency hospital at Sinnamon Park in Brisbane’s west with purpose-designed, state of the art hospital, which offers small animal surgery, internal medicine, neurology and surgical and medical oncology services, in conjunction with an after-hours emergency and critical care service. Equipment in the hospital includes a 1.5 Tesla MRI, 16-slice CT, Puritan Bennet ventilators, blood gas analyzer and all additional surgical, medical and ECC equipment expected of a premier specialist/emergency hospital.

The Position

We are currently searching for Emergency Veterinarian to join our Emergency and Critical Care (ECC) team. The ideal candidate will be energetic, positive and someone who thrives in a busy, multi-discipline hospital environment. The ECC Veterinarian will rotate through day, night, evening and weekend shifts. Flexibility around hours is essential. Emergency experience is desirable but not essential. ECC veterinarians will report to and work under the guidance of registered Emergency and Critical Care Specialist, Dr Monique Stanley who is the director the Brisbane ECC Department.

About you

You have excellent communication, organisation and time management skills and have a passion for exceptional patient care and clinical service. You enjoy working as a team but also flourish individually. With a positive and flexible attitude towards work and a good sense of humour, you’ll fit in nicely with our culture.  As this is a high performing team, you will also have the following skills and experience.

Required

Desirable

We Offer

A highly competitive salary, 4 weeks annual leave, 1 week of paid study leave (including an allowance), regular tutorials, case discussion, in-house seminars, working closely with ECC specialists and interaction with specialists in all departments.

The partners at ARH Brisbane are down to earth people who believe that the practice of world-class veterinary medicine and a fun and positive work environment do not have to be mutually exclusive. Our goal is to create a stable group of excellent veterinarians and nurses and to provide career pathways and professional development for all our team members.

To apply, please submit your application including your resume and cover letter to Emma Bennett on e.bennett@arhvets.com with the job number ‘ES2037’ in the subject of your email.

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SYDNEY NORTH SHORE - ECC

Do you want to learn and work in a fast-paced, team-focused environment with supportive colleagues all working to provide outstanding patient care? Here is the opportunity for you!

A full-time or part-time ECC Vet position is available to join one of Sydney's leading Specialist hospitals on the Lower North Shore, with flexible rosters and an excellent opportunity to be part of a fantastic team!

North Shore Veterinary Specialist Centre (NSVSC) is looking for a full-time or part-time Veterinarian to join our expanding ECC service and help with some of our overnight shifts. You will be joining our fast-paced and dynamic Emergency and Critical Care team.

We opened a little over two years ago; a beautiful state-of-the-art multi-disciplined Specialist and Emergency Veterinary Hospital. NSVSC has a long history spanning 1935 with an excellent connection with our local veterinary hospital and the general public. We have an excellent client base that is supportive of providing gold standard care for their pets. Situated on Sydney's Lower North Shore, we are near the beautiful Sydney Harbour and have excellent access to Sydney's Public Transport network (Trains & Buses).

Our new hospital has 12 consulting rooms, four theatres, designated ultrasound, Chemotherapy and medical procedures room. We also have a large, shared training facility for Clinical staff training. We are excited about the future with stage 2 development underway to build an MRI facility and a Surgical Catheter Lab facility.

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Our hospital has:

The hospital runs regular CE events for referring vets and clinical rounds every fortnight. We also run regular in-house training for staff, including CPR, lecture series and practical workshops.

The Opportunity:

By joining NSVSC, you will have the chance to improve your clinical experience, learn new veterinary skills, work alongside a friendly team of vets in a caring and supportive environment. We seek veterinarians who are client-focused, practice evidence-based medicine at a high level and enjoy working in a growing friendly team environment.

What we're looking for:

Minimum requirements are one year of experience in a small animal veterinarian hospital. The position will be ideally suited to vet with a background in Emergency that wishes to grow their skill set in a supported environment. A Veterinarian with experience in busy General Practices will also be considered.

Apply online or for more information, contact Elizabeth on 0434 659 112 or elizabeth.bush@vetpartners.com.au

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FYSHWICK, SOUTHERN CANBERRA, ACT - PART TIME AND CASUAL ECC VACANCIES

Emergency and Critical Care Veterinarian
Animal Referral Hospital – Canberra
Job Number: ES2050

Permanent part-time and casual positions available

About us
The Animal Referral Hospital Canberra is a first-class facility with extensive up to date equipment including a full in-house Idexx lab, digital radiography, ultrasonography and CT. Our exceptional team of vets and nurses are friendly, supportive and knowledgeable. We operate using RxWorks and Smart Flow to provide exceptional round-the-clock care for our patients.

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The position
An exciting opportunity exists for experienced Veterinarians to join our cohesive and dynamic team! The candidate should have a genuine interest in emergency medicine and be someone who loves an exciting environment.

What we can offer
Apart from joining a leading Veterinary employer, ARH offers ongoing training and development such as regular tutorials, case discussions, in-house seminars and the opportunity to interact with hospital staff at all levels. We have a stable group of highly skilled veterinarians and nurses, many of whom have been with us long-term, and we are focused on providing career pathways and professional development for all our team members.

Remuneration is negotiable commensurate with experience, plus 4 weeks’ annual leave, 1-week paid study leave and continuing education allowance. Support to relocate to Canberra will be offered to the successful applicant if required – to find out more about living and working in Canberra, please visit www.canberra.com.au.

About you
This opportunity would suit an energetic individual who enjoys learning, the challenge of a busy hospital and who enjoys a multi-disciplinary specialist hospital environment. The ideal applicant will be available to work various rotational shifts, including evenings, overnights, weekends and public holidays.

You have excellent communication, organisation and time management skills and have a passion for outcomes, patient care and excellent clinical service. You enjoy working as a team but also flourish individually. With a great sense of humour, flexible and positive attitude towards work, you'll fit in nicely with our culture.  As this is a high performing team, you will also have the following skills and experience:

If you are ready for your next career move with the ARHC team, please send your application, including a cover letter, resume and contact details for at least two referees, outlining your suitability against the above mentioned criteria to recruitment.eands@gxltd.com.au. Please quote job number ‘ES2050’ in the subject line of your email. Applications can be addressed to:

Jasdeep Phull
Business Manager
The Animal Referral Hospital Canberra
15/2 Yallourn St, Fyshwick ACT 2609
www.arhvets.com.au

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BROADMEADOW, NEWCASTLE, NSW - PERMANENT/ CASUAL SMALL ANIMAL/EMERGENCY

Emergency & Critical Care Veterinarians

Emergency Veterinary Permanent and Casual Positions Available
Approved sponsorship available and relocation allowance

Hear from vets who have both settled in our region and worked whilst traveling;
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XsdS9nr9AW8

Are you the one?

The Animal Referral and Emergency Centre has been an established After Hours Emergency Centre since 2001 . More recently we have expanded to offer daytime specialist and referral services (Surgery, Dermatology, Rehab & Physio). We have long term relationships with the general practices in the Newcastle and surrounding areas so it’s important that our medicine, care and communication is of the highest level to enable these relationships to continue into the future.
We have a recently renovated hospital and have achieved the ASAV Hospital of Excellence award. We need someone that can adapt to a constantly changing environment, provide input and feedback and help us grow into the future.

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We come from a diverse range of backgrounds and our decisions and behaviour are governed by our core value of Respect, shown through Diligence, Professionalism, Excellence, Empathy and Integrity.
We have a strong focus on professional development
Over the years we have had many of our vets develop their skills and knowledge from being new to working in ER to obtaining membership with the ANCVS in ECC.

What do we do well?

What’s in it for you?

AREC Emergency and Critical Care Veterinary Development Programme 

AREC offers an Emergency and Critical Care Veterinary Development Programme suitable for vets working in general practice who are interested in becoming emergency clinicians and for vets with some ER experience who want to progress their ECC skills.

Whether you are a recent graduate or an experienced veterinarian, the AREC ECC Veterinary Development Programme offers veterinarians a tailored training programme to become confident clinicians in emergency and critical care.  

The programme includes: 

If this sounds like the opportunity you’ve been waiting for, please email nottery@arecvet.com.au or apply here.

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MELBOURNE - JUNIOR EMERGENCY VET

Junior Emergency Vet
Essendon Fields VIC

Are you interested in becoming an ECC veterinarian? Not quite sure of the best place to start?

The Junior Emergency Vet position is available on a full-time permanent basis and would suit a hard-working, motivated veterinarian with 1-3 years clinical experience, who is interested in learning more about emergency and critical care in a highly experienced long-standing team.

Under the mentorship our two ECC specialists and 6 other senior emergency vets, many of whom have worked together for some time at ARH Essendon Fields, the junior ECC vet program includes rotation through daytime, night-time, evening and weekend shifts.  

About Your skills & experience

Desirable attributes for this position

Benefits for you
A generous salary and benefits package is available. Five weeks annual leave, 1-week paid study leave, and a salary above the award is offered. We offer a solid on-boarding program, specialist rounds, in-house tutorials and daily interactions with specialists in all departments at our hospital. Our hospital has all the items required to practice emergency and critical care at the highest level, including intensive care ventilators, blood gas analysis, cage-side ultrasound and on-site CT and MRI.

The option would available to salary package the fees for the Graduate Diploma in Emergency and Critical Care to successful applicant after a probation period. https://handbook.unimelb.edu.au/courses/gc-saecc/

How to contact us
For further enquiries please contact Dr Merrin Hicks FANZCVS on m.hicks@arhvets.com or phone (03) 9379 0700. Applications are to include a cover letter and contact details for 3 referees.

Please note, due to some sole charge work, this position is not suited to new graduate veterinarians.

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SYDNEY - BAULKHAM HILLS - CLINICAL DIRECTOR

Veterinary Clinical Director
The Animal Referral Hospital – Baulkham Hills

Are you an experienced Veterinarian looking for your next challenge?

This is an exciting opportunity to represent clinical matters at a senior management level in a growing business.

Who are we?

We are the Animal Referral Hospital (ARH) Baulkham Hills. We are passionate about delivering exceptional patient and client care and supporting our veterinary teams. We belong to an extensive network of hospitals, including ARH Homebush, ARH Wollongong, ARH Essendon Fields, ARH Adelaide, and ARH Brisbane. Across the ARH network, we have specialists in critical care, internal medicine, surgery, neurology, oncology, imaging, ophthalmology, and behaviour. Being a part of the ARH team means working alongside some of the industries most experienced and knowledgeable specialists.

At ARH Baulkham Hills, we have up to date equipment, including a full in-house IDEXX lab, digital radiography, and ultrasonography. Our exceptional team of Vets, Specialists and Nurses are friendly, supportive and knowledgeable. We use Rx Works combined with Smart Flow software and provide exceptional emergency and critical care for our patients.

The Role

As the Clinical Director, you will work on the floor as an Emergency Veterinarian and represent clinical matters at the senior management level. You will play a significant role in setting the direction and tone of the clinic as we focus on the growth of our Emergency service. You will do this by contributing to planning activities, liaising with specialist teams and ensuring we are improving our patient care outcomes.

Within the Emergency department itself, you will apply your hard-won wisdom to mentor vets who will be at various stages of their career as well as taking a keen interest in their professional growth. A culture of constant improvement and professional excellence is what we strive for,can you help us deliver it?

About Your New Role

We offer to you

To Apply

If you believe you would thrive in this exciting role and positively contribute to our team, please apply now by emailing your resume to michelle.gray@gxltd.com.au

For a confidential discussion, you may also contact Michelle Gray on 0429 007 945.

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REGENTVILLE, WESTERN SYDNEY, NSW - SMALL ANIMAL - FULL OR PART TIME

Full time or Part time Veterinarian Role WellPet

Small Animal General Practice, ICU, and Emergency Hospital

Summary:
Do you want to be challenged by constant variety, genuinely fascinating cases, and a focus on being your best?
Do you want to be part of a large team of helpful and experienced vets and nurses?
Do you want to work in a hospital that is dedicated to constant improvement and evolution?

Now is your chance! Come and Join our friendly and fast paced 24-hour Emergency Hospital located at the foot of the beautiful Blue Mountains in Regentville, NSW.

We are located at the base of the world heritage listed Blue Mountains, just 45 minutes from the CBD of Sydney and surrounded by amazing hiking, kayaking, climbing, and mountain bike tracks. Spend one day at the beach and the next canyoning. Nepean Animal Hospital seeks a motivated Veterinarian to join the General Practice day team.

The WellPet Vets team consists of a group of 60 friendly vets and nurses with a diverse range of experience and qualifications.
Continued education is encouraged and supported, and our experienced staff members offer support and guidance when needed.

The hospital itself is constantly upgrading equipment to remain ahead of the curve when it comes the diagnosis and treatment options for our patients.

Our clinic is the closest option for emergency and critical cases for the ever-growing Nepean and Blue Mountains region, and we see a wide variety of cases because of this.

The Facts:

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If you would like to become part of our caring and hardworking team, please email your CV with a brief cover letter to Alex Falzon at careers@wellpet.com.au (please put ‘VET APPLICANT 2020’ in the subject line).

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ROSEWORTHY, NORTH OF ADELAIDE, SA - SMALL ANIMAL/EMERGENCY New Position

Casual Veterinarian Opportunity – Small Animal First Opinion / Emergency & Critical Care

Do you have a passion to work as part of an Emergency and Critical Care team with a supportive group of vets, nurses and students in an accredited veterinary teaching hospital?

(HEO7) $58.48 to $65.40 per hour plus an employer contribution of 10% superannuation applies. In addition, loadings between 15% and 40% apply when working outside the normal span of hours in accordance with the University of Adelaide Enterprise Agreement.

Various casual shifts on a 24/7 roster available immediately.

We are seeking an enthusiastic, team-oriented veterinarian with a strong drive to deliver the highest standards of clinical service and care, and who has proven experience in small animal veterinary care and excellent communication and interpersonal skills. 

The Companion Animal Health Centre (CAHC) is located on the University of Adelaide’s Roseworthy Campus surrounded by great lifestyle opportunities including the Barossa Valley, beaches, sporting activities, benchmark schools and shopping facilities. 

The caseload is varied, and the team works through a 24/7 roster to provide emergency and critical care services for a dynamic and growing caseload of small animal patients. There is also access to all imaging modalities including CT and the support of a dedicated radiographer.  The CAHC has access to an onsite veterinary diagnostic laboratory enabling direct contact with pathologists for case discussion and best outcomes for patients. As part of the ECC team you will enjoy strong support from a lively group of experienced academic specialists with challenging cases and an opportunity for case discussion daily with input from all staff. 

The CAHC provides a clinical training environment for final year veterinary students working under the close supervision of experienced veterinary surgeons, nurses and support staff. You will have the opportunity to involve highly motivated final year veterinary students in clinical case management and by providing students with additional learning opportunities where appropriate, and demonstrating the highest standard of clinical and professional behaviour, you will be making an important contribution to the clinical education of the next generation of veterinarians. 

To be successful you will need:

Your faculty's broader role
The Faculty of Sciences is a multidisciplinary hub of cutting-edge teaching and research in: agriculture; food and wine; animal and veterinary sciences; biological sciences; and physical sciences. It develops future science leaders, and actively partners with innovative industries to solve scientific problems of global significance.

Learn more at: sciences.adelaide.edu.au

To learn more about the Veterinary Health Centre, visit https://www.adelaide.edu.au/vet/

If you have the talent, we'll give you the opportunity. Together, let's make history.
Click on the link below to apply for this opportunity:
https://careers.adelaide.edu.au/cw/en/job/506197/casual-veterinarian-opportunity-small-animal-first-opinion-emergency-critical-care

Please ensure you submit a cover letter, resume, and upload a document that includes your responses to all of the selection criteria (above dot points) for this opportunity.

For further information
For a confidential discussion regarding this position, contact:
Anne Peaston
Clinical Service Lead
P: +61 (8) 831 31999
E: anne.peaston@adelaide.edu.au

The University of Adelaide is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. Women and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who meet the requirements of this position are strongly encouraged to apply.

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COLLINGWOOD, INNER CITY MELBOURNE, VIC- ECC INTERNSHIP New Graduates welcomeNew Position

ECC Internship Opportunity

The Centre for Animal Referral & Emergency (CARE) is seeking applicants for its Emergency & Critical Care Internship Program.

About CARE

CARE is a multidisciplinary veterinary specialist and emergency hospital in Collingwood, centrally located on the fringe of Melbourne’s CBD. It is privately-owned and has an expanding list of specialists in Emergency and Critical Care, Internal Medicine and Surgery, as well as an excellent, experienced team of emergency veterinarians, nurses, and support staff. The services offered also include a rabbit exclusive practice, The Rabbit Doctors, which provides considerable opportunity for exposure to, and experience in, the management of some of the smaller species that can be presented to the Emergency Department.

The centre is very well equipped with imaging (Siemens 16-slice CT, digital radiography, digital subtraction fluoroscopy, Phillips Affiniti and POC ultrasound machines, regular off-site access to 3T MRI imaging), critical care (6 new Menios oxygen cages, new Getinge Servo-u ventilator and newly created critical care suite), in-house laboratory (Radiometer blood-gas machine, IDEXX Procyte haematology, Catalyst biochemistry and coagulation machines) and other equipment such as Olympus endoscopy and Surgivet multi-parameter monitoring.

The Emergency & Critical Care department is a high-volume service that is genuinely and ardently focused on the provision of the ultimate standards of patient care. We believe the activities and results of the department are distinguished by the synergism achieved by a cohesive and cooperative approach to case management, both within the department and with the other sections of the hospital. Staff of the department are invested, and take pride, in their contribution to the outcomes of patient treatment. To this end, our ethos is truly represented by the acronym of our name.

About the Emergency & Critical Care Internship

This internship program is an exciting opportunity to immerse yourself in an intensely rewarding and fast paced discipline. It is focused on the provision of clinical exposure, structured mentorship, and continuing education to engender confidence, develop clinical competence, and serve as an introduction to the academic aspects of emergency and critical care. Beyond this, the role has the potential to establish a foundation for the exploration of further opportunities for career progression within the discipline.

The program has a fixed-term of 12-months, the majority of which would be spent within the Emergency department but would also include rotation through other specialist departments. It incorporates a range of benefits, which are included to capitalise on learning opportunities and optimise the value of the program for the intern, including:

About our Successful Internship Applicants

The ideal applicant is:

How to Apply

Applications and enquiries should be directed to Ms Kelley Johnson via email (kjohnson@carevet.com.au) or phone (03 9417 6417). Applications should include a letter of interest and CV, including contact details for three referees.

A detailed position description can be provided on request.

Please visit our website: https://carevet.com.au/

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UNDERWOOD AND JINDALEE, BRISBANE SOUTH - FULL OR PART TIME SMALL ANIMAL ECC New Graduates welcome

Animal Emergency Service (Brisbane) – New/Recent Graduate or Experienced Vet Emergency and Critical Care Induction Position

  1. This is not for everyone, however, if you say YES to the following questions…it might be for you! 
     
    Are you a new or recent graduate veterinarian or are you no longer challenged by what you see on a day-to-day basis where you are now? 
  2. Did you find your emergency rotation/practical work super interesting and exciting?  
  3. Would you love to see yourself as a confident and capable veterinarian who feels like they can tackle anything that comes through the doors? 
  4. Would you like to be in a heavily supported learning environment where you have the ability to do the best by your patients and clients? 

If YES! Then we have a program for you. 

Animal Emergency Service is a veterinary owned and run organisation that is passionate about everything Emergency and Critical Care. Our goal is to practice emergency medicine at an international standard while creating a team with incredible culture, atmosphere and dedication to providing the best care possible.  

Due to this passion, we have developed comprehensive training programs to suit any vet— from experienced general practice backgrounds to new graduates. It is designed specifically to help you become a confident, competent and highly skilled veterinarian who can tackle any manner of medical or surgical situation seen in after-hours emergency referral hospitals.  We want to invest heavily in your clinical and professional development so that you can attain a fulfilling career. We are certain you will find it to be a life-changing experience. 

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The details: 

Additional training and clinical resources provided include: 

The induction phase of your emergency career with AES is dependent on you. It can range from 4 weeks to 6 months and remuneration during this training phase is 70k/year + super. Once you graduate from your induction phase, you join our consulting vet roster and transition to a ProSal salary arrangement (base compensation PLUS percentage of production), depending on the vet, salary increases to $80k-130k/year.  

And not to mention! 

To enquire, ask questions, or to send us a CV please contact careers@aes.email  titled AES Brisbane Vet

Need to social media stalk us first? Check out the Instagram of some of our vets:

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BENDIGO, CENTRAL VIC - SMALL ANIMAL ECC New Graduates welcome

Are you a clinician craving a bit more?
Dying for a bit more of a professional challenge?
Perhaps sick of endless vaccinations and boring dental checks?
Are you looking to be involved in a small supportive team committed to helping animals in dire circumstances?

We are Central Vet Emergency - working out of McIvor Rd vet clinic in Bendigo. We run an emergency only service from Friday 7pm to Monday 8am and public holidays.

We are looking to add to our clinician roster in a casual or PPT capacity. FT applicants are also welcome and would be incorporated into the day roster of McIvor Road Veterinary Centre.

Day shifts are shared between 2 clinicians, nurse team and receptionist, to manage the workload and provide support for case work up and discussion.

Night shifts are sole charge (with an on-call nurse for personal safety and patient care) coupled with the afterhours triage service VetChat24/7 so you’re not bothered by general enquires.

We have an enormous number of tools at your disposal, to facilitate in house diagnostic workup and surgery.

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Our clinic is open to all applicants and encourages enquires from GP clinicians. Additionally, we are registered to sponsor international vets, and willing and capable of supporting pregnant clinicians.

Our goal is to prioritise patient welfare and outcomes whilst promoting healthy workplace culture. We welcome all feedback from staff to encourage the continued development of the practice, and our team are driven and keen to learn as well as being friendly and welcoming.

We hope you’re inspired to take on the challenge and pace of emergency practice with us!

Please contact Sarah 0423 249 397 or sarah@mcivorvet.com.au for more information or to apply.

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MELBOURNE - VETERINARY REFERRAL HOSPITAL - ECC

VETERINARY REFERRAL HOSPITAL, MULTI-DISCIPLINARY SPECIALTY HOSPITAL AND ECC
PERMANENT ECC VET POSITION - FULL TIME
Dandenong, VIC

VRH is a purpose-built, world leading facility with the latest, most sophisticated equipment and over 80 clinical and support staff, all focussed on providing world class patient care in a supportive, learning environment. We are looking for an enthusiastic and experienced ECC vet to join our team as we grow our business.

You will have the opportunity to engage with Specialist and Referral Clinicians in our Imaging, Internal Medicine, Surgery and Neurology departments, whilst working in our Specialist-led Emergency and Critical Care team.

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Emergency and critical care assessment, procedures and patient management will provide you with a foundation of highly transferrable skills and experience.

This opportunity is available to an enthusiastic Veterinarian with strong clinical skills and a demonstrated interest in emergency medicine and critical care. This role would be perfect for someone who thrives in a fast-paced exciting environment with like-minded people. The successful applicant will be expected to work as required, which would include shift work, weekends and public holidays on a rotational roster.

If successful, you will have access to:

To be successful, you will have the following skills and expertise:

If you would like to become part of the dynamic Dandenong team, please send your application, including a cover letter and resume, outlining your suitability against the above-mentioned criteria to:

Michael Wilhelm
People and Culture Coordinator, VRH Dandenong
hr@vrh247.com.au

Please quote job number ‘ES2052’

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ACT - CANBERRA, GUNGAHLIN - SENIOR EMERGENCY & CRITICAL CARE

Full Time Senior Veterinarian in Emergency and Critical Care (ECC)
Canberra Veterinary Emergency Service

CVES has a fantastic opportunity for a veterinarian to join our growing team.  Canberra Veterinary Emergency Service is an after-hours service operating weeknights from 6pm to 8am and 24 hours on weekends and public holidays. Our practice is a purpose-built facility that offers state of the art equipment to work up the most difficult of cases and we provide ample support in those difficult cases so you can always bounce ideas off of someone either on the floor or a phone call away.

Canberra is a hidden gem, with an abundant number of things to do all within minutes from your home.  For the outdoor enthusiast, there is hiking, camping, mountain bike riding and horse riding available within 30 minutes of your home with skiing and surfing only a short drive away so you can leave your house in the morning, spend the day at the beach or on the ski slopes and still be home for dinner.  For the refined, sophisticated person, there are art galleries, theatres and museums.  For the family person, there are numerous parklands, kids’ playgrounds, swimming holes and bike tracks. For the party animal, Canberra offers ample nightlife and restaurants and Sydney and Melbourne are a close enough drive to attend concerts or other major events.  Canberra is a well thought out, progressive, modern city that is large enough to have that big city feel with all the amenities and shops you would expect yet is small enough that you aren’t stuck in traffic for hours.

About Us:

We have a team of 7 vets all from diverse backgrounds, some with memberships in ECC and Radiology, others that have worked in ECC for almost 20 years. Our nursing team of ~ 20 nurses are highly trained and work seamlessly alongside the vets as our second pair of arms and eyes on the floor.

We are a cohesive, supportive team who help each other out and ensure the best outcome for our patients by keeping up to date with the most recent literature, attending conferences, ensuring access to new medications and diagnostics, continuing education with inhouse tutorials, M & M rounds and journal club.

We care about the members of our team, about the direction of their career progression, about managing their fatigue levels and about ensuring we all have a good work life balance, so our job is rewarding and compliments our home life.

We like toys and have almost all the bells and whistles, from digital imaging and ultrasound to comprehensive blood machines including blood gases and APTT/PT. We have ventilators, multiparameter monitors, active heating devices and almost everything in between.  The building has 9 consulting rooms, 2 surgical theatres and a separate cat ward.  The treatment room is extensive with three treatment benches, oxygen cages and heated cages, large dog runs and multiple cage space to monitor patients carefully.

About You:

What We Have to Offer:

We seek to have all of our veterinarians attain their ANZCVS membership to further their education and ensure we are attaining a high level of care for the pets we treat, we pride ourselves on our compassion and we work closely not only with general practitioners and referral services but also with local wildlife groups so we can help out where necessary.  We have a varied case load and perform all our own soft tissue surgeries with referral as an option if necessary. We always have someone available to help out in difficult situations to provide our veterinarians with the support they need.

If you are interested in joining our team, please submit your resume and cover letter to humanresources@cves.com.au

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CARRARA, GOLD COAST - FULL OR PART TIME SMALL ANIMAL ECC

Emergency Veterinarian
Gold Coast

Are you looking to expand your emergency skills? With people who genuinely care about YOU and your growth? It can all start with a few small clicks…

About Us

Animal Emergency Service (AES) on the Gold Coast is an expanding practice on the look-out for Veterinarians who are passionate, motivated and willing to go above and beyond for their patients.

AES is one of Australia’s leading emergency and critical care referral specialist centres. Our practice is equipped with everything you need to provide quality, emergency care for our patients from 6pm to 8am weekdays and 24 hours on weekends and public holidays. Whether you’re looking for a lifestyle change or want to further your education with leading Veterinarian’s…. we want to be part of your journey!

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Your Career and Training

We want to help YOU get the most from your career by supporting your growth from the very first shift. Whether you are just starting out in your career, finishing an internship, or looking to advance into emergency care, we want to give you the tools to excel.

Don’t be intimidated by emergency medicine! We have comprehensive training plans and support systems in place so that even if you haven’t worked in the emergency field before, you will find the experience life changing. From the moment you join the team, you will be provided with a training program that gradually allows you to become confident with handling any case that comes through the door.

Additional training and clinical resources provided:

Although clinical standards mean everything to us, wellbeing is another huge area of focus for our teams. We have wellbeing committees across our practices who work on different initiatives including team walks, recycling, yoga and meditation, group events and support groups. We also have an Employee Assistance program available to all team members and their immediate family for any personal or work-related concerns you may have.

Our Offer

We are looking for dedicated Veterinarians who either love this branch of veterinary medicine or are looking for an alternative career path. Candidates who are currently completing an internship or have MANZCVS qualifications in veterinary critical care are highly encouraged to apply, although it is not a required pre-requisite.

We would love to be part of your career journey. Emergency vet work isn’t the career for everyone, but three years with us will set you up for wherever you want to go. Feel free to contact some of our vets below if you would like to discuss anything in further detail:

To apply for the position above please email your resume to careers@aes.email, citing the reference number GCVET2010.

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GATTON, LOCKYER VALLEY, QLD - SMALL ANIMAL - ECC RESIDENCY New Position

SCHOOL OF VETERINARY SCIENCE, THE UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND, GATTON, AUSTRALIA

DVClinSc Scholarship: Residency in Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care

Research environment
The University of Queensland (UQ) ranks in the top 50 as measured by the Performance Ranking of Scientific Papers for World Universities. The University also ranks 46 in the QS World University Rankings, 42 in the US News Best Global Universities Rankings, 66 in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings and 54 in the Academic Ranking of World Universities.

The School of Veterinary Science  is an acknowledged leader in veterinary science in Australia.

The award
Supervisor: Professor Ben Ahern
The offered position is a 3.5 year program which includes intensive clinical training in emergency and critical care through a formal residency program, and research-by-thesis training leading to the award of a Doctor of Veterinary Clinical Science (DVClinSc).

The clinical training component of the DVClinSc program involves contribution to the emergency and critical care department of the School of Veterinary Science UQ VETS Small Animal Hospital. The program provides active on-site supervision by boarded veterinary specialists and highly qualified clinical researchers. Residents participate fully in the day to day activities of the small animal hospital, including consulting, work-up and procedures for emergency and critical care cases, and in-patient care of intensive care, surgery and medical patients. Residents also participate in the training of veterinary students and the provision of continuing professional development to veterinary practitioners.

The research-by-thesis component of the DVClinSc provides students with an opportunity to develop and enhance analytical and research skills through independent investigation in a specific field related to the residency subject discipline. Candidates will be provided with an equivalent to two semesters of dedicated time free from clinical work to allow completion of research activities. Candidates will also be expected to participate in research activities on a part-time basis during other periods in the program.

On successful completion of the program candidates will be awarded the Doctor of Veterinary Clinical Science (DVClinSc) degree.

Candidates who successfully complete the program will also be expected to be eligible to apply to sit board examinations for the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care.

The program includes additional financial support contributing to research costs and to travel costs for students to attend relevant conferences or training opportunities. Externship costs are not covered by the program.

Selection criteria
To be eligible to apply, you must also meet the entry requirements for Higher Degrees by Research at UQ.

This scholarship is open to Australian citizens, permanent residents and international students who are currently in Australia at the time of application and commencement.

Successful candidates will be expected to demonstrate:

Applicants will be evaluated on the basis of their written application, an interview and referee reports. Applicants will be ranked by a panel of at least three members of School on the basis of their application and short-listed candidates will be interviewed either in person or by telephone. The highest ranked qualified candidate will be chosen by consensus.

Applications will be judged on a competitive basis taking into account the applicant’s previous academic record, publication record, honours and awards, and employment history.

Scholarship
The living allowance stipend rate is AUD$45,000 per annum (indexed annually), which is tax-free for 3.5 years, with the possibility of 1 extension in line with UQ and RTP Scholarship Policy (conditions apply).

Enquiries
For further information, please contact Dr Mark Haworth at m.haworth@uq.edu.au or +61 7 5460 1788.

How to apply
To apply for admission and scholarship, follow this link. There is no separate application for scholarship because you will have the opportunity to request scholarship consideration on the application for admission.
Before submitting an application you should:

When you apply, please ensure that under the scholarships and collaborative study section you:

See an example of what you have to do

Learn more about applying for a higher degree by research at UQ

Applications close: 27 September 2021

Job No: 516304

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COLLINGWOOD, INNER MELBOURNE - SMALL ANIMAL ICU

Emergency & Critical Care Veterinarian

The Centre for Animal Referral and Emergency (CARE) is looking for a career-oriented veterinarian who would like join with us, and the existing team, to maintain and evolve an enjoyable, rewarding, and sustainable working environment within the Emergency & Critical Care department.

About CARE
CARE is a busy, privately-owned, multi-specialist veterinary hospital located in Collingwood, on the fringe of the Melbourne CBD. It evolved from an ardent intention to provide the highest standards of patient care in a cooperative and cohesive, team-oriented environment that respects, supports and encourages the personal balance and professional development of its staff. This focus has fostered the development of excellent relationships within our staff, and with our referring veterinarians and clients. The hospital is staffed by an outstanding team of emergency veterinarians and nurses, working alongside specialists in internal medicine, emergency and critical care, and surgery.

The centre is very well equipped with imaging (Siemens 16-slice CT, digital radiography, digital subtraction fluoroscopy, Phillips affinity and POC ultrasound machines, regular off-site access to 3T MRI imaging), critical care (6 new Menios oxygen cages, new Getinge Servo-u ventilator and newly created critical care suite), laboratory (Radiometer blood-gas machine, IDEXX Procyte haematology, Catalyst biochemistry and coagulation machines) and other equipment such as Olympus endoscopy and advanced anaesthetic monitoring.

The Position
The Emergency & Critical Care department at CARE enjoys a consistently busy caseload that encompasses an interesting and broad range of presentations. In this position you will have primary responsibility for the care and treatment of referred and primary accession cases presented to the Emergency & Critical Care department. The role also provides assistance in the care of hospitalised patients in the primary care of our specialist departments. It involves shifts that are focused on either hospitalised patients or consulting, so incorporates a spectrum of emergency and more specifically intensive care medicine. The management of ICU cases frequently benefits from the contributions of multiple specialist disciplines, as well as the support and guidance of a board-certified emergency and critical care specialist. This collaboration provides an excellent opportunity for learning and case follow-up. Beyond this, continuing education is encouraged through regular tutorials and daily rounds that are provided for the benefit of all staff, including the dedicated team of Emergency & Critical Care interns.

The role can be part-time or full-time, with the emphasis being on finding the right person rather than the specific terms. It is important that the successful applicant embraces our core values, integrates well, and values the pursuit of excellence in client and patient care. They will be experienced, motivated, conscientious, and effective in their written and verbal communication with clients, referring veterinarians and other hospital staff.

Work at CARE
The successful applicant will enjoy:

How to apply:
Applications and enquiries should be addressed to Dr Sophie Haynes, and emailed to careers@carevet.com.au. Applications should include a cover letter and current CV (including contact details for three referees).

CARE is an equal opportunity employer and we value diversity. We do not discriminate based on race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or age.

carevet.com.au

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VARSITY LAKES, GOLD COAST - VETERINARY DIRECTOR

Veterinary Director
Gold Coast QLD

An opportunity to join the AEC Gold Coast as a Vet Director to lead our team of Vets in providing a gold standard of care to all patients.

At AEC Gold Coast we have a purpose built 24/7 emergency and critical care centre with everything you will need to practice at your best and provide outstanding clinical care; including multi-parameter patient monitors, in-house laboratory including PT/APTT and blood gas analysis, ultrasound, endoscopy, digital radiography, blood products and mechanical ventilation. We pride ourselves on providing our team with the best environment for you to work and grow your career.

Supported by a strong management team our Vet Director would plan and implement training programs for the current team. The Veterinary Director role works closely with the Nursing Manager and the Practice Manager to ensure that both our clients and staff are fully supported.

About Your Skills & Experience

We Offer

How to Contact Us
For a confidential discussion contact Michelle Gray your Talent Acquisition Partner on michelle.gray@gxltd.com.au or 61 429 007 945

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KURRALTA PARK, SW ADELAIDE - SMALL ANIMAL ECC VETERINARY DIRECTOR

VETERINARY DIRECTOR - ECC

The Adelaide Animal Emergency & Referral Centre is a 24hr multi-disciplinary centre offering emergency, specialist and referral veterinary services. We are committed to providing the very best treatment and care for pets in the fields of emergency medicine, internal medicine, oncology, cardiology, dentistry, specialist surgery, critical care and diagnostic imaging.

The ECC department is the largest department in the AAERC and provides both internal and external critical care, recovery and hospital services. With a cadre of experienced nurses and vets, the team has been meeting Adelaide’s emergency needs for some time now. However, the department is growing rapidly and we need someone special to lead the team to a new level.

Are you that person?

This is not a solely management role as we expect our vet directors to still be working in the department as well as on the department. That having been said, the successful applicant will have a great deal of autonomy in how they structure their work.

This is a full-time position that comes with the usual benefits associated with such a role, including study leave, CE allowance, vacation, sick leave, parental leave, superannuation etc…

The salary is negotiable but is around $160K, depending on experience and qualifications. This along with a substantial sign-up bonus and relocation allowance if moving interstate.

As a successful candidate, you will possess the following skills and attributes:

If you are looking for an opportunity to advance your career and lead a group of talented professionals while heading up a growing emergency department, then we want to hear from you.

For a confidential conversation about what the future with us may look like please contact Michelle Gray on michelle.gray@gxltd.com.au or 0429 007 945

aaerc.com.au

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BRISBANE NORTH, KEDRON, QLD - FULL OR PART TIME OR CASUAL - ECC VET

Emergency Veterinarian
Kedron QLD

Are you wanting to further your knowledge and experience in ECC? Do you want to learn how to manage patients with DKA, DIC and MODS? Do you want to be part of one of the most passionate veterinary clinic teams you could find? Do you want the perfect work/life balance? Then this is the position for you!

We offer a supportive working environment with an emphasis on teamwork. Our purpose is to deliver high standards of patient and customer care during the difficult time when pets have an emergency.  Our caseload is incredibly varied, and cases can be exciting, often challenging, but very rewarding. We have everything you will need to practice at your best including multi-parameter patient monitors, in-house laboratory, ultrasound, endoscopy, digital radiography and mechanical ventilation.

An opportunity for a Veterinarian to join our team. In line with the operating hours of the centre you will be required to work weekends, nights and public holiday shifts allowing for a flexible roster. There is a mixture of sole charge work and work with other vets on shift as we continue to increase our staffing in-line with our expanding business.

About Your Skills & Experience

Benefits for You
We have vets with specific training and mentoring roles to ensure that we can help you grow and learn in ECC. We provide a supportive environment and aim to focus on your training and development. We provide formal orientation and a 12-module induction program, provide supervised time on shift with a senior vet for one-on-one learning, 4 weekly didactic training groups, as well as VIN, AVA, vet stream, Dove Louis, Vet Webinar and VECCS memberships. We offer access to a continuing education program including 1-week paid study leave.

How to Contact Us
For a confidential discussion contact Michelle Gray, your Talent Acquisition Partner on michelle.gray@gxltd.com.au or 0429 007 945

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OSBORNE PARK, NW PERTH, WA - EMERGENCY/SMALL ANIMAL

Full-time/Part-time/Casual Emergency Veterinarians

Do you have a passion for emergency medicine? We are offering an exciting opportunity to join our dynamic and motivated ER team. Whether you are an experienced Emergency Veterinarian or if you’ve always been interested in Emergency work but never taken the leap yet, this is the position for you! With your positive attitude, willingness to learn and excellent communication skills, we are here to set you up to succeed and thrive in our fast-paced, exciting environment.

Perth Veterinary Specialists are a leading multidisciplinary referral practice located in Perth’s inner northern suburbs. The Emergency team strive to offer a high quality, compassionate and caring service for both our clients and their furry family members.

We work within a modern, first-class facility with up-to-date equipment and an exceptional team of experienced emergency veterinarians and veterinary nurses. Our team practice a high standard of veterinary care for all their patients and are knowledgeable, approachable and highly supportive of each other.

What is in it for you:

 About you:

Relocation assistance is available for interstate candidates. Visa sponsorship will be considered for overseas candidates who are employed for a minimum of 12 months.

Apply now!
Apply online or for more information, contact Elizabeth on 0434 659 112 or elizabeth.bush@vetpartners.com.au

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CENTRAL COAST NSW - GOSFORD - ECC
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EMERGENCY VETERINARIAN – Casual/Permanent
Animal Referral Hospital – Gosford, Central Coast NSW

The Animal Referral Hospital (ARH) is a well-established group of specialist veterinary hospitals. We offer a wide range of specialist services and provide 24-hour emergency and critical care through our facilities in NSW, ACT, VIC, QLD and SA. ARH aims to provide a responsive, comprehensive emergency and referral service to veterinarians, their clients and their patients. We provide high professional and clinical standards, which are tempered with genuine care and compassion.

Our Gosford practice is currently recruiting Casual and Permanent Emergency Veterinarians to join our cohesive and dynamic team. This position would suit a vet with a minimum 2 years’ experience who has a genuine interest in emergency medicine and someone who loves an exciting environment.  This a great role to introduce yourself to Emergency Practice.

The ideal candidate will have the following skills and expertise:

The successful candidate will have access to:

If this role interests you and you would like to become part of the ARH team, please send your updated CV, including a cover letter outlining your suitability against the above-mentioned criteria to m.mozley@arhvets.com.

ARH Gosford
8A/401 Manns Road
West Gosford NSW 2250
www.arhvets.com.au 

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BRISBANE, WOOLLOONGABBA - FULL OR PART TIME OR CASUAL - ECC VET

Emergency Veterinarian Required
Full-time, part-time or casual positions available


Are you wanting to further your knowledge and experience in ECC?  Do you want to learn how to manage patients with DKA, DIC and MODS?  Do you want to be part of one of the most passionate veterinary clinic teams you could find?  Do you want the perfect work/life balance?  If so, then this is the position for you!

We offer a supportive working environment with an emphasis on teamwork. Our purpose is to deliver high standards of patient and customer care during the difficult time when pets have an emergency.  Our case-load is incredibly varied and cases can be exciting, often challenging, but very rewarding. We have everything you will need to practice at your best including multi-parameter patient monitors, in-house laboratory, ultrasound, endoscopy, digital radiography and mechanical ventilation.

We are looking for a full-time veterinarian or part-time veterinarian to join our team! In line with the operating hours of the centre you will be required to work weekends, nights and public holiday shifts allowing for a flexible roster.  There is a mixture of sole charge work and work with other vets on shift as we continue to increase our staffing in-line with our expanding business.

We have vets with specific training and mentoring roles to ensure that we can help you grow and learn in ECC.  We provide a supportive environment and aim to focus on your training and development.  We provide formal orientation and a 12-module induction program, provide supervised time on shift with a senior vet for one-on-one learning, 4 weekly didactic training groups, as well as VIN, AVA, vet stream, Dove Louis, Vet Webinar and VECCS memberships. We offer access to a continuing education program including 1-week paid study leave.

To be successful in this role you will possess the following:

If this role is the right one for you and you would like to become part of our team, please send your application, including a cover letter and outlining your suitability against the above-mentioned criteria to:

Contact Michelle Gray, Talent Acquisition Consultant on michelle.gray@gxltd.com.au or 0429 007 945

Job reference no: ES2092 Emergency Veterinarian

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TANAWHA, SUNSHINE COAST - FULL OR PART TIME SMALL ANIMAL/EMERGENCY, ECC POSITION

Veterinarian - Emergency and Critical Care

Permanent Full time, Part time and Casual positions available

Looking for a role that will allow you to take the next great step in your career? Fun culture, brilliant training and great reward?!

Become part of our Animal Emergency Service family!
 
THE ROLE 

We are seeking Permanent Part time, Full-time, OR Casual Emergency Vets to join our team on the wonderful Sunshine Coast. 
 
Our company is growing, and we want you!! 
 
As a member of our veterinary team, you would be provided both on the job and external training to help you provide excellent Emergency and Critical Care to your patients. You would be supported by an amazing team of vet nurses, specialist trained client care representatives and a managerial team dedicated to helping you achieve your career goals.
 
Our team is dedicated to career progression and continuing education. All members of our vet team are offered enrollment into the Accelerated Learning Program through Improve International – designed to teach you the fundamentals of Emergency and Critical Care. We have two EMCC specialists within our organization, four Residents and an extensive network of experienced clinicians who enjoy training and supporting all team members. We also regularly host vet students from multiple Universities around Australia, so you also be contributing to the next generation of vets.

Please click here to see photos! photos

THE BENEFITS 

ABOUT YOU 

APPLY NOW 

To apply for this role please email careers@aes.email OR call Tee Rinaldi on 0428 925 040 for a confidential discussion.

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KENSINGTON, INNER MELBOURNE - SMALL ANIMAL ECC New Position

**CASUAL or PERMANENT EMERGENCY VETERINARIAN POSITION AVAILABLE **

METROPOLITAN MELBOURNE, VICTORIA

We are looking to expand our ICU vet team at Advanced Vetcare in Kensington! We know it can be daunting to join the Emergency and Critical Care field from General Practice, which is why we would be committed to supporting and training a GP veterinarian to transition into our hospital on a permanent or casual basis. Experienced ICU veterinarians are also welcome to apply. (Roster may be created according to the applicant for experienced ICU Vets)

Advanced Vetcare is a Specialist Veterinary Hospital with 24hr Emergency and Critical Care. Our team includes specialists in Medicine, Veterinary Oncology and Surgery who provide 24hr on call assistance. Our hospital is a well-equipped modern hospital with 16-slice CT, clinical pathology, arthroscopy, endoscopy, fluoroscopy and digital radiography, permitting a high volume of interesting and challenging cases. We have excellent nursing support and aim to operate at the highest standard. If you would like a great start in Emergency and Critical Care and have the work ethic and motivation to be part of our team we welcome your application.

We are committed to providing a supportive environment for a new team member to grow and train (even on a casual employment basis). The majority of our senior ICU clinicians have achieved membership qualifications to the ANZCVS in ECC, or are training towards this qualification. We have an active mentorship program for all of our staff (interns, residents, ICU clinicians) with tutorials, Grand Rounds & Journal Club.

Any questions, please PM me or email me at joycelyn.tran@advancedvetcare.com.au

We would love to meet you, if it sounds like you are a good fit!

advancedvetcare.com.au

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MOONAH, NORTH WEST OF HOBART - SMALL ANIMAL EMERGENCY New Position

Ever envied a Tasmanian lifestyle? Why not come and give it a try!

About you

What you can expect

Please click here to see photos of our clinic! photos

Our offer to you

In order to attract talented vets like yourself, we have a flexible approach to remuneration based on your expertise and potential – typically this will include:

What our vets say

I have been working at AHVEC for the past 9 months, and I can say with confidence that the best part about working at this clinic is the Team! Most of the time you will be working with at least one other experienced emergency vet. We are always willing to discuss cases and help each other with case management and workup.

The nurses are also amazing! They are so experienced, hard-working, and helpful. Not to mention always a great laugh or shoulder to cry on. They will do your x-rays, collect, and run your bloods, place your catheters, chart your treatments, triage your patients.

As a vet with 10 years’ experience in clinical practice, I can confidently say that AHVEC is one of the clinics which has shown the most respect to me as a person. The management team are committed to the welfare of their staff and will always do their very best to make your work life manageable and enjoyable.

Please feel free to get in touch with me at edith.bishop@ahvec.com.au if you have any questions or would like to know any more about the clinic.

Dr Edith Bishop BVSc (Hons)MSc MANZCVS (Grad DipEd) FHEA MRCVS

AHVEC is open Monday – Friday 5.30pm – 8.00am, 24 hours Sat, Sun, and public holidays.

To apply for this position or if you would like further information, please contact our Human Resources Manager via email - hmayne@vetbiz.com.au.
Find out more about the team and our great hospital at www.ahvec.com.au and facebook_logo

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KURRALTA PARK, SW ADELAIDE - ECC SPECIALIST

Board Certified Criticalist (Emergency and Critical Care Specialist)
Adelaide Animal Emergency and Referral Centre – Adelaide, Australia

The Adelaide Animal Emergency and Referral Centre (AAERC) is part of a well-established group of specialist veterinary hospitals. We offer a wide range of specialist services and provide 24-hour emergency and critical care through our facilities in SA, NSW, ACT, VIC and QLD. Services offered in our hospitals include internal medicine, surgery, dentistry, oncology, ophthalmology, behavioural medicine, avian and exotics, diagnostic imaging, emergency and critical care, cardiology and physiotherapy.

The AAERC is pleased to offer a new opportunity for an ECC Specialist to join the team at our Adelaide SA facility. With an ever-increasing caseload and 24/7 emergency veterinarians, additional expertise is required for both clinical case management and mentoring of our emergency team, interns, and nursing staff.

Required

Desirable attributes for this position

The AAERC offers a fully equipped hospital with state-of-the-art facilities including CT, fluoroscopy, ultrasonography, digital radiology, endoscopy, Idexx laboratory equipment including blood gas analysis, 3 operating theatres, isolation ward, and ventilator, with an MRI on its way.

In addition to facilities, the management at the AAERC will work with you in tailoring your schedule to provide an excellent work/life balance. Remuneration is generous with uncapped earning potential. Continuing education is highly regarded and other benefits such as staff discounts, housing assistance, visa and relocation allowance also apply.

Adelaide is one of the most affordable and liveable cities in Australia. It has a mild, Mediterranean climate which has spawned a foodie culture (with the exception of the infamous “pie floater”) alongside a renowned viticulture and horticulture industry. Activities range from festivals, cultural and sporting events to biking, hiking and a robust beach culture. For more information, please visit: https://southaustralia.com/places-to-go/adelaide

Expressions of Interest

For a confidential discussion about this opportunity, please contact Michelle Gray on michelle.gray@gxltd.com.au or 0429 007 945 . Applicants are also encouraged to visit https://aaerc.com.au/ and https://www.arhvets.com.au  for more information about the groups services.

Adelaide Animal Emergency and Referral Service
119 Anzac Highway
Kurralta Park, SA 5037
Australia

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KURRALTA PARK, SW ADELAIDE - FULL TIME, PART TIME AND CASUAL ECC

Emergency and Critical Care Veterinarian
The Adelaide Animal Emergency and Referral Centre - Adelaide
Job Number: AD1907

Our expanding business needs a veterinarian with a passion for emergency medicine to join the highly skilled ER team at Adelaide Animal Emergency and Referral Centre - a very busy, 24-hour emergency and referral centre in the heart of Adelaide. The AAERC treats 9,000 emergency patients every year. 

So if you are:

Then you might want to read on…

About Us
The Adelaide Animal Emergency and Referral Centre (AAERC), is a first-class facility, multi-disciplinary centre with extensive up-to-date equipment including a full in-house IDEXX lab, digital radiography, ultrasonography, fluoroscope and CT. We have a team of 65 veterinarians, nurses and support staff that work to deliver exceptional veterinary care to the pets of South Australia.

The Role
This exciting opportunity to work in ER offers a varied caseload shared among a committed team of emergency veterinarians.

Access to our specialists and referral Veterinarians in the fields of Medicine, Surgery, Radiology, Cardiology and Dentistry will enhance your work experience.

There is an excellent continuing education program to promote ongoing skill development, and ANZCVS college membership is encouraged.  Several team members have achieved membership of the college and can mentor candidates. Others have progressed to residency programs. 
As is usual in an emergency centre work on weekends, night and public holidays is shared across the emergency team. 

The position would be ideal for a Vet with some experience and a genuine interest in emergency and critical care.  However, recent graduates are encouraged to apply. 

About You
This opportunity would suit an energetic individual who enjoys learning in a multi-disciplinary specialist hospital environment.
You have excellent communication, organisation and time management skills and have a passion for outcomes, patient care and excellent clinical service. You enjoy working as a team but also flourish individually. With a great sense of humour, flexible and positive attitude towards work, you'll fit in nicely with our culture.  As this is a high performing team, you also exhibit the following skills and experience:

Location
Adelaide is an amazingly vibrant city with all the benefits of a capital city but with the feel of a country town. We have great schools, a strong artistic and cultural community, with the Adelaide Fringe Festival, the second largest in the world behind the Edinburgh Fringe. You will find amazing sport with the beach and Adelaide Hills both only a short drive from the city centre. Not to mention the food and wine regions of the Barossa Valley and McClaren Vale on our doorstep. This is a great place for families and those seeking a lifestyle and work-life balance most only dream about.

Expressions of Interest
Michelle Gray vetrecuitment@gxltd.com.au
Talent Acquisition Consultant
Or phone 0429 007 945

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REGENTVILLE, WESTERN SYDNEY, NSW - FULL OR PART TIME SMALL ANIMAL, ECC

Emergency and ICU Veterinarian
Nepean Animal Hospital, 48-50 Mulgoa Road Regentville, NSW, 2745

Summary:

Come and join our friendly WSVES Emergency and ICU night team located at the foot of the beautiful Blue Mountains in Regentville, NSW.

Location:

Team Environment:

Pay:

Clinical Environment:

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Roster:

Contact:

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MELBOURNE - ECC INTERNSHIP New Graduates welcome

Emergency and Critical Care (ECC) Internship – 12-month position
The Animal Referral Hospital – Essendon Fields, VIC

Are you keen on emergency and critical care, late nights, and working in a high-energy environment with a fantastic team? The Animal Referral Hospital is pleased to offer a 12-month internship in ECC. The position would suit an energetic, motivated individual with a minimum of 12 months’ experience, although new graduates with excellent communication skills and problem-solving ability will be considered.

We believe our team is our best asset. Under the mentorship of our ECC Specialist and 6 other senior emergency vets who have achieved MANZCVS, and/or residency training, the ECC Intern will rotate through daytime shifts with the specialists, as well as night-time and weekend shifts under the guidance of senior ECC clinicians. Four weeks annual leave, 1-week paid study leave, and a salary above the award is offered. Regular case discussion, in-house training and daily interactions with specialists in all departments at our hospital will enhance the learning experience during your time with us.

Desirable attributes for this position:

To apply, please send your updated cover letter and resume (including 3 referees) to Dr Merrin Hicks FANZCVS at m.hicks@arhvets.com. Further enquiries can be made at 03 9379 0700.  

Job reference: ES2105 ECC Intern

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CAIRNS, FAR NORTH QLD - SMALL ANIMAL EMERGENCY

Emergency Vets 24/7 Cairns

Do you want to earn a $1,000,000 a year? So do we!

Sadly, we can’t provide that. But for just 3 shifts a week, we CAN offer $85,000-$110,000pa with hourly paid overtime if you ever have to stay back (It’s not often). We can also offer a part time position (That’s right, full time is only 3 shifts a week).

You can talk to the outgoing vet to get a handle on the workplace before you commit.

Here’s a lot more about us:
We opened Cairns’ only 24 hour veterinary emergency centre 4 years ago, aiming to provide after hours and overflow services to GPs in Cairns and beyond. We quickly established a great reputation for excellent service and quality treatment. 

Contrary to the standard overnight-only emergency model, we are fully staffed and open for referrals and to the public, 24 hours a day. This means our patients aren’t shuffled between clinics while they’re unwell and we really maximise patient care.

Our shifts are 12.5 hours, which is how our staff say they like it, because they get a lot of work-free days. Being a fully functional clinic 24 hours a day, our vets simply hand over their patients to the next shift, and make their exit. No more popping back to check on patients, and no obligation to be on call. 

Our exceptional vets are keen on further education. They are very supportive of each other, sharing techniques, clinical developments and optimising treatments. We create our clinical guidelines with input from all staff, with the expectation that by sharing everyone’s experience and knowledge, we all have a chance to learn and practice to a high standard as team. We use handover as an invaluable leaning opportunity for staff across the board.

Our veterinary nurses are all certificate IV qualified (or higher), and each nurse has engaged in further emergency training. They know their stuff, perform a mean CPR, and are extremely supportive and great fun to work with. Our kennel assistants are actually trainee nurses, bringing a wealth of experience from GP as they work towards formal qualification. Our vets work with a minimum of one qualified nurse at all times (although there are often 2 or 3, plus other support staff). 

Our team culture is based around support. We understand that shift work and emergency cases can be tough, and we encourage mental health awareness by paying for at least one counselling session a year for all staff members. Our development includes a CPD budget of at least $2,500 per year, and we also pay for larger courses such as memberships training. We have in-house CPD, regular discussion groups on important treatments, and we pay external trainers such as Vet Education, Flexivet, and Boongarry Exotics to give specific emergency training seminars, a couple of times a year. 

Hear from Kati, one of our exceptional vets who has been with us since the beginning nearly 4 years ago:
“Emergency Vets 24/7 is only my second vet job and I can happily say I have stopped looking after landing this gig. What matters to me the most is open communication with the bosses about anything and everything - conditions, roster, clinical stuff - we really have a say! I stay because I am heard and considered as a human being not as a number on the floor. I am supported and encouraged to advance my skills with continuing education.  The job itself is totally doable by the average vet, like me, who aims to provide the best I can. It helps to have a bit of experience on after hours stuff but when the weird and wonderful stuff arrives there is always help available. The pay is good and regularly and fairly reviewed. The days are long but you get all your hours done in 3 days and have huge breaks in between shifts. The bells and whistles are great but not why I work here. It is so rewarding to be able to provide such high quality care. The pros far out weigh the cons. You would be mad to not work in this team!”  

Most of our staff have been here many years, and vow they wouldn’t want to work anywhere else. 

The roster is rotating, but set several months in advance so you can plan a life outside work. Every effort is made to accomodate specific needs or certain days off without dipping into your 5 weeks of paid annual leave.

The team is currently 5 full time vets (6 before maternity leave), plus 3 regular locums, 10 full time nurses, 5 kennel assistants, and our fantastic manager who starts at 6.30am to stay connected to all the shifts (day and night), it’s really important to have open communication between management and staff. 

Alice was a recent grad that joined the team at the beginning of the year. She had a shadowed supportive role for several months to give her the ability to transition from a recent grad GP role into the sole charge emergency position, it’s safe to say she’s done amazing well:
“Having fully qualified and experienced nurses on every shift, and having the support from the other experienced vets at the clinic has given me confidence to work in the field of ECC. Working in a practice that regularly delivers gold standard medicine has taught me so much in the space of just a few months, which is a positive for me as a vet and for the standard of care for my patients. The team are really down to earth and fun to work with.”

The hospital itself has been developed and built by the team that uses it, and we are always adding little life hacks to make the place easier to use, more customer friendly and better for our patients. People often comment that the facilities are impressive, but to us it’s just home. We have 3 large consult rooms, 2 treatment areas with 4 work stations, surgical theatre, radiography suite with exceptional DR imaging, great ultrasound, and have just finished building a separate cat ward. We have an isolation unit which has its own air supply, camera monitoring, sealed door and dark black out curtains for seizure patients. Our staff room is large and comfortable, with vision to all the hospital.  

There is piped oxygen available to all animal cages, oxygen cages with actual oxygen percentage meters, 6 multi-parameter units including 3 capnography units, crash boxes, crash alarms, dedicated CPR equipment always ready, ventilators, full in house Idexx lab including coags and blood gas, loads of syringe drivers and pumps and much much more, plus regular training on all equipment. 

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We run Smartflow fully integrated which includes medications, lab work and billing. It helps hugely with patient care and streamlining, saving you time and effort. There are Smartflow templates for the most common conditions we see, giving helpful reminders about which medications are standard and checks to use, so you aren’t re-inventing the wheel every time you see the same condition. These are written in collaboration with all staff and are open for further discussion and improvement. 

We don’t work on a commission basis because we feel it can encourage over servicing, but we do assess generalised KPIs at regular intervals and have regular pay reviews.

The successful applicant would be taking our vet Jackie’s position. She’s stepped back for a while to have a family, but is intending on returning in the future part time. She would be happy to discuss the role with any prospective candidates: just let us know and you can contact her directly. This is what she said about the role:
‘Emergency Vets 247 has kept me in the veterinary profession. I was literally one foot out the door to a different career choice until I took a chance to work here. I genuinely love coming to work now instead of dreading it and happily drive over an hour, past many other clinics to do so. It’s a great team environment with good work culture. Management have been hugely supportive of me transitioning from a GP and throughout my pregnancy.’

We are an emergency centre, so consult times are variable. In essence, they take as long as they need. Sometimes that’s 15 minutes, sometimes it’s an hour long admission. We work through everything on a triage basis and our nurses and kennel assistants are trained to prioritise. If a critical patient comes through the door, it will have a first pass triage and the nurses will often have taken vitals, placed an IV and started oxygen (with permission from the owner) within minutes, before you even get to the patient. 

It can get busy at times, but we also have a lot more time per case to work things up once they are admitted to hospital. Handing over to the next shift means that works ups continue while you sleep and progress. Importantly, you don’t have to fit in dentals and vaccinations around cases that you feel should be prioritised, or worry about getting them home for closing time. We also host a surgical specialist every 8-10 weeks for 3-5 days from NCVS, and Dr Mitchell and his team are very welcoming if anyone wants to get involved. 

Lastly, we are based in tropical far north Queensland, a stunning part of the world, with access to a city large enough to have everything you need, but small enough to not have big city prices. We have easy access to the reef, the rainforest, and the tablelands, and enjoy waterfalls, wildlife walks, cultural activities, night life and a lovely vibe.

So if you want to be part of team that is caring, loves doing a great job and is supportive of each other, have a management team which listens and implements your ideas, only work 3 shifts a week and have access to interesting cases with great facilities and an even better group of highly skilled support staff and engaged coworkers… send an email to richard@emergencyvets247.com.au, or call 0403 131 203. We also offer a relocation and bonus sign on package.

See our website https://www.emergencyvets247.com.au/

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TOWNSVILLE, NORTH-EAST QLD - SMALL ANIMAL - ECC SPECIALIST

EMERGENCY & CRITICAL CARE SPECIALIST

JCUVet is the Clinical Small Animal Teaching Hospital for James Cook University School of Veterinary Science. We are focused on providing excellence in clinical training for veterinary students.  We do this through involving and inspiring students in a full service General Practice and Referral Hospital, including internal medicine, surgery, anaesthesia, emergency and critical care.  We see clients and patients from across Queensland focusing particularly on Central and Northern Queensland.

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We are looking to employ a Specialist Veterinarian in Emergency and Critical Care, preferably a Diplomat of the ACVECC or ECVECC or that holds FANZCVS qualifications.  This individual will take their place as a member of the JCUVet senior leadership team, with a focus on continuous improvement of critical care and clinical teaching for students, and the rebuilding of our emergency centre to 24/7 coverage.   

We will also consider individuals who are nearing residency completion in emergency and critical care.

The successful candidate will enjoy:

If you feel this position is what you have been looking for and would like to have a confidential discussion about it, please contact:

Dr Jason Mouatt BVSc FANZCVS
Specialist Small Animal Surgeon 
Hospital Director
JCUVet
Veterinarycareers@jcu.edu.au
www.jcuvet.com.au

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MIRANDA, SUTHERLAND SHIRE - SMALL ANIMAL ECC POSITION New Position

WANTED...

Emergency Vet with Passion & Heart...

Have you been looking for an exciting and fulfilling position, in a technology advanced world class, cutting-edge privately owned medical hospital, doing professional work in an amazing growing team?

Have you been looking for a position, in which you will be seen as a miracle-worker, for the people you meet?

Do you strive to expand your knowledge and experience; increasing your influence and value, in the veterinary profession?...

We are Veterinary Specialists of Sydney (VSOS), a privately owned emergency and specialist service, offering both mobile specialist services and a World-class, 24-hour, Advanced Treatment Centre, brimming with brand-new, World-class, ‘cutting-edge’ technology, and equipment, from our 64 Slice CT scanner and 1.5T MRI, to our Zenition flatbed fluoroscopy machine, just to name a few.

Of course, World Class, ‘cutting-edge’ technology, is nothing, without a team of the same caliber, quality, and dedication. Our existing team of over 115 passionate professionals, thrive on our culture of respect, recognition, and support, that values fulfilment and growth for everybody. 

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If you’re thinking you might ‘need a change’, to reach your full potential, we’re looking for YOU. With our rapidly expanding team we are opening up opportunities to other departments, so if your partner or someone who know may be interested, let them know we are here.

You would describe yourself as thoughtful, detail-focused, dependable, and really, really good at what you do. You would be confident to play your part in a professional and supportive team, who will value and appreciate your input and ideas, to help us perform the miracles, we achieve daily. 

Your remuneration and career path is limitless, but you better hurry, because we’re on a fast track and we’re looking for runners. If this sounds like the position for you, or anyone you know, please contact HR@vsos.com.au or call +61 2 8376 8767.

Video tour: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A7MzHOrIa8Q

Photo link: https://www.vsos.com.au/advanced-treatment-centre-now-open/

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FAIRY MEADOW, NORTH WOLLONGONG, NSW - SMALL ANIMAL - GRADUATE TRAINING PROGRAM New Graduates welcome

Graduate Vet – GP and Emergency
Fairy Meadow NSW

As a recent vet graduate, the world is your oyster. Exciting, isn’t it? So, choosing a career partner to nurture your growth and development, and help you make the most of your skills is absolutely critical. Exceptional pet care is important, but so is exceptional people care.

At Greencross, we recognise that new graduates are the future of the veterinary industry which is why we provide the best possible training, resources and structure to ensure you can reach your goals and kick start your career. As a new graduate you will experience working within an extremely supportive and positive environment with teams that are passionate about people, embracing professional development and providing a world of career opportunities.

Our new Graduate Training Program is set over your first 12 months and will enable you to further your skills, capabilities, and talents with the dedicated support of our Vet leaders and mentors who pride themselves on creating great team spirit and delivering comprehensive and professional pet care services at the highest standards.

A full-time role in Fairy Meadow in NSW is available for a passionate and enthusiastic Veterinary Graduate to join our Greencross/ARH Veterinary team. You will also experience rotations within our specialty and emergency centres within your first 12 months alongside a wide range of other development opportunities.

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Your Graduate Program

About You

To apply for this exceptional opportunity, contact Luke Michel on Luke.Michel@greencrossvet.com.au or Lyndsay Farlow on lyndsay.farlow@gxltd.com.au or 0432 491 618.

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NE PERTH, MIDLAND - EMERGENCY & CRITICAL CARE VETS

Full or Part-time Emergency Veterinarians

About the Opportunity:

Our Animal Emergency (AEC) in Midland, Perth is currently looking for Veterinarians to join our team of Vet superstars in providing a Gold Standard Service to our clients in back-of-clock hours on a full-time or part-time basis.

At the AEC we pride ourselves on providing our team with the best environment for you to work and grow.  If you want to advance your surgery skills, learn from the best and work hours that let you explore our beautiful surroundings of our Midland – Perth Clinic!

AEC Midland has all you need to provide the very best standards of care, including Endoscope, digital x-ray, ultrasound and much more.

AEC is part of Greencross Ltd; Australia’s largest integrated pet care provider with a network of retail stores, veterinary practices, animal hospitals and grooming salons across the country.

What we can offer:

About you:

In line with emergency centre operating hours the successful applicant would be required to work weekends, evening shifts and public holiday.

To be successful you will have the following skills and expertise:

How to apply:

Send your resume and cover letter to Michelle Gray on michelle.gray@gxltd.com.au or call 0429 007 945.

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NORWOOD, INNER EAST ADELAIDE, SA - SMALL ANIMAL/EMERGENCY New Position

Emergency Vet Associate 
Adelaide South Australia

The Adelaide Veterinary Specialist and the Animal Emergency Centre (AEC) is a purpose built, vet led, multidisciplinary hospital. We are able to provide referral services in Surgery, Internal Medicine, Oncology, Dermatology, Diagnostic Imaging along with 24/7 emergency and critical care. Our collaborative approach allows for the highest quality of patient care as well as continuous learning.

The ECC department is our largest department and provides both internal and external critical care, recovery, emergency and hospital services. With a strong team of experienced vets and nurses we are looking for someone to help lead, support and grow our service.

It is a full-time position that comes with the usual benefits associated with such a role, including study leave, CE allowance, vacation, sick leave, parental leave, superannuation etc.

The salary is ranging from $130,000 to 150,000, depending on experience and qualifications. This along with a relocation package to support an overseas or interstate applicant. 

Our ideal candidate will have the following skills and expertise:

What we offer you:

Applications will be received via email only and should include a cover letter along with your resume. Please include the contact details of two professional referees and one personal referee. Short-listed applicants will be contacted by phone.

Dr David Mason
Hospital Administrator
david.mason@aecvet.com.au
Or 
Michelle Gray
Talent Acquisition Consultant
michelle.gray@gxltd.com.au

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EAST MALVERN, SOUTH-EAST MELBOURNE, VIC - SMALL ANIMAL/EMERGENCY

Full Time or Part Time ECC Vet for leading Emergency & Specialist centre in Malvern East. A great opportunity to be part of fantastic team!

About Us
Pet Emergency & Specialist Centre has recently been acquired by Vet Partners. As a result we have a new hospital leadership structure including an experienced Business Manager (10+ years of leadership experience, Diploma of Mental Health & Mental Health First Aid & Grad Dip of Counselling, Fellow of the Institute of Managers and Leaders) and ECC Veterinary Director (12+ years of ECC experience, ECC Memberships & Master of Wildlife Conservation & Mental Health First Aid) working alongside the existing Surgery Director. The new leadership team is guided by continuous improvement philosophies and is focused on high levels of patient care and employee well-being and training and development. It’s an exciting time to join the team at PESC and contribute to it’s success and continuous improvement.

About Our Services
Pet Emergency & Specialist Centre aim to provide all pet owners with compassion and a high standard of veterinary care to improve patient outcomes and help pets live longer and healthier lives. Our three most important goals are:

  1. Being committed to offering Melbourne’s pet owners a comprehensive pet care team and 24 hour critical care;
  2. Providing excellence in communication with you the client and your family vet;
  3. Developing new treatments by actively leading the profession in continuing education of all our nursing and veterinary staff

Our state-of-the-art intensive care unit includes, Menios oxygen cages, touch screen BM multiparameter monitoring, state of the art portable ultrasound, CT imaging, DR digital radiography and fluoroscopy, mechanical ventilators (life-support), capability for blood and plasma transfusion. Emergency surgery facilities, with specialist surgeons who work on shift each weekend for more complicated surgical cases, urgent medications, and oxygen therapy. We also have a full in-house IDEXX laboratory.

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Our hospital has:

The Opportunity
We are seeking a dedicated and passionate ECC Clinician. The opportunity will provide the successful applicant with the chance to improve their clinical experience, learn new veterinary skills, work alongside a friendly team of vets in a caring and supportive environment. We are seeking veterinarians who are client-focused, practice evidence-based medicine at a high level and enjoy working in a growing team environment. Work side by side with our surgical department with opportunities to be mentored on surgical cases.

What we are looking for
Minimum requirements are one year of experience in a small animal veterinarian hospital. The position will be ideally suited to a vet with a background in Emergency that wishes to grow their skill set in a supported environment. A Veterinarian with experience in busy General Practices will also be considered. A candidate with Memberships in ECC will be highly regarded.

Apply now!
Apply online or contact Elizabeth on 0434 659 112.

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AEC FRANKSTON - ECC

Emergency Veterinarian
Frankston VIC

Are you wanting to further your knowledge and experienced in ECC?  Do you want to learn how to manage patients with DKA, DIC and MODS?  Do you want to be part of one of the most passionate veterinary clinic teams you could find? Then this is the position for you!

We offer a supportive working environment with an emphasis on teamwork. Our purpose is to deliver high standards of patient and customer care during the difficult time when our pets have an emergency. Our caseload is incredibly varied, and cases can be exciting, often challenging, but very rewarding. We have everything you will need to practice at your best including multi-parameter patient monitors, in-house laboratory, ultrasound, endoscopy, digital radiography and mechanical ventilation.

We are also closer than you think!  With Melbourne freeways we are only 30 minutes from Mt Waverley, Murumbeena, Ferntree Gully, Narre Warren, Black Rock and Rosebud.

Join the AEC Frankston team as a Vet Associate on a full-time basis. In line with the operating hours of the centre you will be required to work weekends, days, nights and public holiday shifts allowing for a flexible roster. There is a mixture of sole charge work and work with other vets on shift as we continue to increase our staffing in-line with our expanding business.

About Your Skills & Experience

We Offer
We have vets on staff who have been with the AEC for over 10 years and have membership qualifications. We have vets with specific training and mentoring roles to ensure that we can help you grow and learn in ECC. We provide a supportive environment and focus on your training and development. We provide formal orientation and a 12-module induction program, provide supervised time on shift with a senior vet for one-on-one learning, fortnightly didactic training groups, Journal club as well as VIN, AVA and VECCS memberships. We offer 5 weeks paid annual leave and access to a continuing education allowance and 1-week paid study leave.

How to Contact Us
For a confidential conversation contact Michelle Gray, Talent Acquisition Partner on michelle.gray@gxltd.com.au or 0429 007 945.

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AEC MOUNT WAVERLEY - FULL TIME / PART TIME ECC

Full or part time Emergency and Critical Care Veterinarians

Do you want to work in a team where you are provided with genuine training and clinical support?

Have you been thinking of working in emergency and critical care, but were concerned about lack of ECC experience? 

Want to work for an organisation that provides paid parental leave?

The Animal Emergency Centre in Mount Waverley has a unique opportunity for full or part time veterinarians to join our dynamic and close-knit team of vets and nurses.

At AEC we are passionate about providing our team with the opportunity to perform to the best of their abilities.
If you don’t have any ECC experience we provide industry leading training, mentorship and support for all new team members including supervised shifts and a modular induction program. 
If you already have experience in ECC we offer a work environment that values your skill and knowledge with opportunities for continued professional development and career progression.

What separates AEC from other veterinary hospitals?

How to Contact Us:

For a confidential conversation contact Michelle Gray on michelle.gray@gxltd.com.au or 0429 007 945

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SOUTH EAST MELBOURNE - GRADUATE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM New Graduates welcome

GRADUATE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
MOUNT WAVERLEY & FRANKSTON, VIC

The Animal Emergency Centre has exciting opportunities for new or recently graduated veterinarians to join our industry leading Graduate Development Program (GDP).

The AEC’s Graduate Development Program is a 2-year intensive internship program designed to cultivate excellence in all aspects of emergency and critical care medicine and surgery.

The GDP is conducted in a supportive and encouraging environment, with clinical supervision and mentorship provided by Membership qualified and experienced emergency and critical care veterinarians.  

The program also involves structured didactic teaching, including practical classes, and training with specialists in the related disciplines of soft tissue surgery, internal medicine, radiology and clinical pathology. The program will also allow the graduate to gain experience in clinical research, scientific presentation and scientific manuscript preparation. The program will meet all internship requirements for those individuals wishing to pursue residency training and would also be greatly beneficial for any graduate wishing to accelerate their learning curve.   

In addition to our Graduate Development Program the AEC can also offer;

Upon completion of the program there will be opportunity for ongoing employment at AEC or within our extensive network of emergency and speciality hospitals.

Please see the attached program overview for further details on the program and application requirements. If you are motivated by clinical excellence and want to be part of a team who are committed to your training and development, then please send your complete application to:

Todd Wade
Business Manager
Animal Emergency Centre, Mt Waverley & Frankston

Email: todd.wade@aecvet.com.au

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LONDON, BERMONDSLEY - FELINE MEDICINE & EMERGENCY MEDICINE SponsorNew Position

The London Cat Clinic www.thelondoncatclinic.co.uk  is continuing its exceptional growth and we are now looking for experienced night clinicians with an interest in feline-only medicine to enable, strengthen and expand our newly launched 24hr emergency service.

Who are we?

Our clinic is very definitely independent, purpose-built and Gold Standard. We celebrated our 4th birthday in May 2021 and have nearly 4000 registered patients which brings an interesting and varied caseload, being a mixture of first opinion work, and a rapidly increasing number of challenging second opinions and referral cases. As our patients are our priority, we wanted to continue the very high quality of the care we deliver during the day into the nights and out-of-hours and do so all under one roof. This is why we, as a team, made the decision to go against the trend and provide our own out-of-hours and are excited for you to join us on our journey.

We want to move our overnight offering to the next level by recruiting passionate clinicians who have feline medicine and emergency medicine as their passions and who will complement and enhance our services whilst embracing the ethos of our care and clinical excellence.

The provision of a fully in-house independent 24hr feline-only emergency and in-patient service is unique in the United Kingdom and you will become part of something challenging and rewarding.

Who are you?

The colleagues we are looking for would have excellent clinical skills that are matched by a commitment to building trusted relationships with our team members as well as our clients.   One thing that four years in practice and a pandemic has shown us is that the team that supports each other not only survives but thrives so this mindset is an essential requirement. You must love cats, be passionate about what you do and will treat our patients, team members and owners with the same care and attention you would like to be treated.

We value all our team members equally and a core value is that the ‘whole is greater than the sum of its parts’. We expect you to feel the same.

Ideally, you would be at least 3 years post-qualification with experience in ECC and a keen interest in in feline medicine. The position is medicine and in-patient management heavy but as the position is ‘sole-charge’, your surgery skills should allow you to comfortably perform non-routine emergency procedures, such as c-sections, exploratory GI surgery, chest drain placement etc. If you have experience with an ultrasound probe and know your way around a cat’s abdomen, this would be great, but this isn’t essential, and training can be provided. If you are studying towards a certificate or post-graduate qualification, the Clinic’s caseload will enhance any study or certification theory with practical exposure.

What we have and what we offer

Every advertisement requires that we should tell you we have all the toys. If your wish list includes a CT and MRI, well, we don’t, but if it includes everything other than those two, we most likely do. You can take a tour of the practice here: https://www.thelondoncatclinic.co.uk/take-a-tour/. We are well situated in Bermondsey with excellent transport links being close to London Bridge and the Jubilee Line.

We currently envisage a rota of 7 days on / 7 days off, but we are flexible to hear alternative suggestions if there is something that works better for you and is possible with the team we have and we are already making changes to our shifts to recognise the need for work-life balance.

Salary is based on experience and will recognise the specific requirements of this role, but is likely to be in the range of £55k to c. £65k DOE and is negotiable. We also offer a discretionary performance bonus and really good benefits including enhanced CPD, private health insurance, RCVS membership and in-clinic discounts for pets.

We are a Tier 2 Visa A-rated sponsor and will definitely consider a sponsorship package for the right candidate with an immediately RCVS registrable qualification.

If you are interested in joining the team or would like to know more about being part of a real growth story in a market-leading clinic, please call me at the clinic for an informal confidential chat. If you would like to apply please send a covering letter and CV to drjeremy@thelondoncatclinic.co.uk

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BUNDOORA, NORTH-EAST MELBOURNE, VIC - SMALL ANIMAL/EMERGENCY

Bundoora Veterinary Hospital – ASAVA Accredited Hospital
Bundoora, Victoria

Veterinary Surgeon – Emergency – Predominantly Day Shifts

About US
The Bundoora Veterinary Clinic (BVC) provides veterinary services through our three clinics and 24/7 animal hospital. We recognise that pets are part of the family and our team is committed to providing the excellent pet health care available every hour of every day.

BVC’s services cover general practice as well as after-hours emergency and hospital care. Trauma cases, FB’s, pericardial effusion, toxicities (especially snake envenomations), oncology and referral patients are considered routine. The hospital is equipped with a variety of endoscopes, ultrasound, ventilators, as well as having an extensive in-house laboratory. The general practice and emergency clinicians are supported by a canine medical specialist and visiting specialist surgeon.

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The Position
We’re looking for an experienced full time veterinary surgeon to join our dedicated team. This role is specifically to support the Northern Suburbs Animal Emergency Centre (NSAEC). NSAEC operates out of our main clinic 24/7. The role will require some overnight, weekend and/or evening shifts, however, the majority of shifts will be day shifts.

Hours of work will be 76 hours (7 shifts) per fortnight with the potential to convert the position to part time (4 to 5 shifts per fortnight).

Responsibilities:

We offer:

Requirements:

If you have these skills or a solid grounding in general practice with a high level of flexibility, enthusiasm, and initiative, this may be the job for you.

If you would like to meet us, and find out more about this position please forward your application including a cover letter and resume to our Practice Manager, Libby Perkins at bundooravetacs@gmail.com

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NORTH RYDE, SYDNEY NORTH SHORE - ECC RESIDENCY PROGRAM New Position

American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care (ACVECC) Approved Residency Program

About SASH:

The Small Animal Specialist Hospital (SASH) was established in North Ryde, Sydney in 2007 with a second hospital opening on the Central Coast of New South Wales in 2017. We are also excited to announce that we are opening a brand-new purpose-built specialist veterinary facility in South Australia in October 2021. Our core purpose is to help pets and their families live their best life.

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SASH is the largest veterinary specialist hospital group in the Southern Hemisphere. We are privileged to care for over 18,000 pets and their families each year. SASH offers a wide range of specialist services including Anaesthesia, Avian & Exotics, Cardiology, Dermatology, Internal Medicine, Neurology/Neurosurgery, Medical and Radiation Oncology, Ophthalmology, Pathology, Physiotherapy, Radiology, Reproduction Medicine, Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation, Surgery and a renowned 24-hour Emergency and Critical Care department.

The Emergency Department provides care to over 10,000 patients per year and the Critical Care Department over 5,000. The ECC department provides mechanical ventilation to 40-50 patients per year and conducts over 300 blood transfusions per year.

Program objective:

This is a 36-month ACVECC approved program within the Emergency and Critical Care (ECC) department.  The goals of the program are to equip individuals with the skills, knowledge and experience to become ACVECC board-certified Emergency and Critical Care Specialists.

Minimum requirements:

  1. Graduated from an accredited veterinary college or school,
  2. Completion of a small animal rotating internship or have commensurate experience,
  3. Current registered or eligible for registration with the New South Wales Veterinary Practitioner Board; for further information visit the NSW VPB website (www.vpb.nsw.gov.au/registration)

Clinical Responsibilities:

The clinical commitment will involve a fair distribution of daytime shifts, swing shifts and overnight shifts during a 4 day/week work pattern. The ECC Resident will be required to work their fair share of weekdays, weekends and public holidays. When performing clinical duties in the both the Emergency Department and the Critical Care Department, the ECC Resident will be responsible for providing all aspects of patient care under the supervision of ACVECC Specialists. Residents are responsible for professional client communications, timely referring veterinarian communications, and maintenance of a high-quality medical record. There are on-call responsibilities.

Teaching Requirements:

We schedule 2 hours per week of protected teaching time for Resident training; this includes ECC specific Board Review and Journal Club. Other training opportunities within the hospital include regularly scheduled Morbidity and Mortality Rounds.  The Resident will also partake in lab-based teaching within SASH and Education events to external audiences.

Mentorship:

The ECC Resident will be assigned a mentor (ACVECC specialist) at the beginning of the program. In addition, the ECC Resident will work under the direct supervision of an ECC specialist for roughly 50% of their Emergency Department rotations and 100% of their Critical Care Department rotations. The Resident and Mentor will have scheduled progress review sessions every 3 months to ensure the teaching/training aspects of the program are being achieved.

Specialists directly participating in the program: Adelina Chan BVSc DACVECC, Amy Dickinson DVM DACVECC (ACVECC Residency Program Director), Iain Keir BVMS DACVECC DECVECC.

Certification: A certificate of successful completion will be awarded at the end of the Residency.

Start Date: The Residency will commence on Monday January 3rd, 2022.

Application: Interview is required for consideration and is by invitation only.  All applicants should submit a personal statement and CV to employment@sashvets.com  by September 30th 2021. Potential applicants will be interviewed between October 1st and 8th.

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NORTH RYDE, SYDNEY NORTH SHORE - ECC SPECIALITY INTERNSHIP New Position

Emergency and Critical Care Specialty Internship

About SASH:

The Small Animal Specialist Hospital (SASH) was established in North Ryde, Sydney in 2007 with a second hospital opening on the Central Coast of New South Wales in 2017. We are also excited to announce that we are opening a brand-new purpose-built specialist veterinary facility in South Australia in October 2021. Our core purpose is to help pets and their families live their best life.

Please click here to see photos! photos

SASH is the largest veterinary specialist hospital group in the Southern Hemisphere. We are privileged to care for over 18,000 pets and their families each year. SASH offers a wide range of specialist services including Anaesthesia, Avian & Exotics, Cardiology, Dermatology, Internal Medicine, Neurology/Neurosurgery, Medical and Radiation Oncology, Ophthalmology, Pathology, Physiotherapy, Radiology, Reproduction Medicine, Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation, Surgery and a renowned 24-hour Emergency and Critical Care department. The Emergency department provides care to over 10,000 patients per year and the Critical Care Department over 5,000.

Program objective:

This is a 12-month specialty internship program within the Emergency and Critical Care (ECC) department.  The goals of the program are to equip individuals with the skills, knowledge and experience to be highly competent emergency doctors and provide an introduction to Critical Care Medicine. This position is ideally suited for individuals wishing to pursue specialty training in ECC or emergency veterinarians wish to enhance their skills and knowledge.

Minimum requirements:

  1. Graduated from an accredited veterinary college or school,
  2. Completion of a small animal rotating internship or have commensurate experience,
  3. Current registered or eligible for registration with the New South Wales Veterinary Practitioner Board; for further information visit the NSW VPB website (www.vpb.nsw.gov.au/registration )

Clinical and Teaching Responsibilities:

The clinical commitment will involve a fair distribution of daytime shifts, swing shifts and overnight shifts during a 4 day/week work pattern. The ECC intern will be required to work their fair share of weekdays, weekends and public holidays. When performing clinical duties in the Emergency Department the ECC Intern will be responsible for providing immediate stabilisation and diagnostic procedures. The intern will be responsible for the entire case management of mild and moderately ill patients, while severely ill or injured patients will be managed with the assistance of an ECC resident, ECC Specialist or experienced emergency veterinarians.  Interns are responsible for professional client communications, timely referring veterinarian communications, and maintenance of a high-quality medical record. There are no on-call responsibilities.

Mentorship:

The ECC intern will be assigned a mentor (ECC specialist) at the beginning of the program. In addition, the ECC Intern will work under the direct supervision of an ECC specialist for roughly 50% of their Emergency Department rotations and 100% of their Critical Care Department rotations. ECC Interns will attend ECC Journal Club and topic based ECC resident rounds weekly, and encouraged to attend Intern Rounds which occur on a weekly basis.

Specialists directly participating in the program: Adelina Chan BVSc DACVECC (ECC Internship Program Director), Amy Dickinson DVM DACVECC, Iain Keir BVMS DACVECC DECVECC.

Certification: A certificate of successful completion will be awarded at the end of the internship.

Start Date: The ECC Internship will commence on Monday January 3rd 2022.

Application: Interview is required for consideration and is by invitation only.  All applicants should submit a personal statement and CV to employment@sashvets.com  by September 30th 2021. Potential applicants will be interviewed between October 1st and 8th.

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HONG KONG - SPECIALITY & ECC New Graduates welcome

VSH of Hong Kong is HIRING!!

Veterinary Specialty Hospital (VSH) of Hong Kong is looking for enthusiastic, passionate veterinarians, including junior, experienced, senior and emergency veterinarians, to join our VSH team! Our mission is to provide the highest quality specialty, urgent and emergency veterinary support to Hong Kong’s pets, owners and general practice veterinarians. Contact us if you want to be a part of a great team and see if there is a role that would be a perfect fit for you!

VSH is a one-of-a-kind professional opportunity

Hong Kong is a one-of-a-kind city

At VSH, in addition to developing and maintaining outstanding specialty and emergency services for our patients, we strive to build a positive hospital culture that is based on mutual respect and support for our staff. We strongly believe that a great work environment leads to happy associates, better patient care and positive client experiences. As a part of the Mars Veterinary Health family, VSH associates work with our original founding team locally while having the ability to access a large network to share resources and support globally.

We offer a highly competitive generous compensation and benefits package, commensurate with experience, and we strive to reward hard-working, committed team members. Memberships in Emergency Critical Care highly valued but not essential. Candidates must be eligible to register with the Veterinary Surgeons Board of Hong Kong.

Please email a letter of interest, CV and references in complete confidence to careers@vsh.com.hk

Visit our website to learn more about us: www.vsh.com.hk

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MANLY WEST, EASTERN BRISBANE, QLD - SMALL ANIMAL/24 HOUR

Team Leader Veterinarian - Overnight

About us
Manly Road 24hr Veterinary Hospital is a large privately owned multi-disciplinary hospital located in Manly. Operating for over 40+ years, we provide General Practice and 24hr Emergency care, as well as a range of pet/surgical services including orthopaedic, dental health, ophthalmic, ultrasonography, and clinical pathology. Our facility is equipped with all the modern tools a Veterinary Team needs to deliver the best in Veterinary Medicine and Surgery.

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The Opportunity
Given the ongoing growth of our practice, we are currently searching for an experienced Veterinarian with an interest in leading and managing teams.  As a Team Leader Veterinarian, the successful applicant will be responsible for leading and managing overnight staff members including Nurses and Customer Care.  This is a hands-on role with primary responsibilities including practicing as a Small Animal Veterinarian, overseeing the operational aspect of the practice (whilst on shift), as well as supporting, training and leading employees.

Ideal Candidate
This position will suit a conscientious Veterinarian who wishes to be part of a collaborative and supportive team with a desire to develop leadership and management abilities. In particular, the right candidate will need the following:

What We Offer
The salary package on offer is well over $100+k commensurate with experience. In addition, we offer:

Interested applicants are encouraged to contact Sal on 0429 941 420 or email your interest to hr@manlyroadvet.com.au

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SYDNEY, ROSEBERY - SMALL ANIMAL EMERGENCY

Sydney Veterinary Emergency & Specialists are looking for a part-time or full-time Emergency Vet to join our team!

Sydney Veterinary Emergency & Specialists is a 1000m2 purpose-built facility that has state of the art equipment which will allow us to provide the absolute best care to patients in conjunction with our exceptional staff. The emergency service is a 24 hour a day service with a team of experienced and supportive Vets working together for the betterment of our patients and clients. The referral team comprises of full-time surgical specialists, full-time medicine specialists, and a full-time imaging service in addition to our dermatology specialist and dental service.

We are looking for a caring and professional vet to join the team on a part-time or full-time basis. The successful candidate must have a strong interest in emergency medicine to join our team.

About you:

About the job:

About SVES:

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Apply online or for more information, contact Elizabeth on 0434 659 112.

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MORNINGTON, MORNINGTON PENINSULA - SMALL ANIMAL EMERGENCY

Emergency Veterinarian – Part-time, full-time or casual opportunity

About us

At Peninsula Vet Emergency and Referral Hospital, we pride ourselves on having a great team focused environment. Through the collaboration of our entire veterinary team, we strive to provide best practice care for all our patients in-house while maintaining exceptional customer service. The hospital is staffed by an outstanding team of emergency veterinarians and nurses, working alongside specialists in internal medicine and surgery. We also have a visiting anaesthesiologist and cardiologist and have access to oncology specialists.

Our hospital is a purpose-built facility with multiple consulting rooms, a dedicated ICU suite, two surgical theatres and a spacious rest area for staff. We are equipped with the latest in diagnostic equipment including CT, fluoroscopy, digital radiography, ultrasonography, IDEXX lab equipment, blood gas analysis and coagulation testing. We are equipped with endoscopy, critical care ventilator and multiparameter monitors.

The role

We are looking for an emergency veterinarian to join our friendly and positive emergency and critical care (ECC) team. The opportunities within our group are limitless – you have the option of joining us either in a permanent full-time, part-time or casual ECC role, but if you would still like to be involved in general practice and love seeing puppy vaccinations and enjoy the follow up, we also have a hybrid rotating ECC/GP role available on a full-time basis.  

Our emergency department enjoys a busy and varied load, encompassing a broad range of emergency and critical care cases. The emergency veterinarian position involves primary responsibility for the care and treatment of referred and primary accession cases arriving through the emergency department, as well as assistance in the care of hospitalised patients from our specialist departments. Management of cases often involves contributions from multiple specialist disciplines, providing an excellent opportunity for learning and case follow-up.

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What we require from you:

What we will offer you:

The Emergency and Referral Hospital is located at the gateway to the scenic Mornington Peninsula – famed for the local beaches and wineries. The hospital is easily accessible via the major freeways just 1 hour from Melbourne’s CBD and only 30 minutes from the south or eastern suburbs – ideally situated to provide either easy access for commuting or an idealistic location for living.

If you are ready to join our progressive team and rapidly expanding clinic, then please email your confidential application with a CV and 2 references or any questions regarding the position to Dr. Wey Yen Loh via weyyen@penvetreferral.com.au.

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OUTER NORTH-EAST ADELAIDE, SA - SMALL ANIMAL/EMERGENCY - OVERNIGHT ECC New Position

Seeking Overnight Emergency and Critical Care Veterinarian

What is on offer:

Are you looking for an opportunity to improve your clinical experience in an emergency environment with a high volume, varied case load and in a friendly team of vets and nurses?

About Us
Vets4Pets Golden Grove Veterinary Hospital is a 24hr VSBSA accredited hospital with over 25 veterinarians across the Vets4Pets group from 1 to 20+ years’ experience providing a supportive and collaborative environment. A nurse is on site 24hrs/day, 7 days/week.

The hospital has the facilities to run Complete in-house laboratory, (Biochemistry and haematology), DR-Digital radiology, Dental radiology, Endoscopy, Ultrasonography, and ECG.

We have access to refer internally to our other 7 practices for services including oncology, ophthalmology, I1-31 and rehabilitation services.

The Opportunity:
An amazing opportunity has just become available where you will enjoy the challenge of providing After Hours surgical and medical services to patients in a high volume, varied case load hospital with the help from a dedicated team of nurses to maintain excellent standards. The position will offer the opportunity and financial support for professional growth and development, exposure to a varied case load, interaction with our senior veterinary team and access to the wider VetPartners veterinary community. There is back up support available for the after-hours veterinarians when required.

The successful candidate will also be enrolled in the Improve Emergency and Critical Care Course commencing in March 2021 to help you take the next steps in your emergency career. This requires a minimum two years’ experience in practice.

To apply please send your CV to simone.demont@vet.partners or call Simone on 0498 102 643 for a confidential chat.

vets4pets.com.au/golden-grove-emergency-veterinary-hospital and

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KEDRON, NORTHERN BRISBANE, QLD - SMALL ANIMAL/EMERGENCY - VET DIRECTOR

Emergency Vet Director
Kedron QLD

An opportunity to join the AEC Kedron as a Vet Director to lead our team of Vets in providing a gold standard of care to all patients.

At AEC Kedron we have a purpose built 24/7 emergency and critical care centre with everything you will need to practice at your best and provide outstanding clinical care; including multi-parameter patient monitors, in-house laboratory including PT/APTT and blood gas analysis, ultrasound, endoscopy, digital radiography, blood products and mechanical ventilation. We pride ourselves on providing our team with the best environment for you to work and grow your career.

Supported by a strong management team our Vet Director would plan and implement training programs for the current team. The Veterinary Director role works closely with the Nursing Manager and the Practice Manager to ensure that both our clients and staff are fully supported.

About Your Skills & Experience

We Offer

How to Contact Us
For a confidential discussion contact Michelle Gray your Talent Acquisition Partner on michelle.gray@gxltd.com.au or 0429 007 945

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SYDNEY HOMEBUSH - ECC - FULL AND PART TIME

Emergency Vet
ARH Homebush

The Animal Referral Hospital (ARH) is a well-established group of specialist veterinary hospitals. We offer a wide range of specialist services and provide 24-hour emergency and critical care through our facilities in NSW, ACT, VIC, QLD and SA. ARH aims to provide a responsive, comprehensive emergency and referral service to veterinarians, their clients and their patients. We provide high professional and clinical standards, which are tempered with genuine care and compassion.

We are currently searching for two Emergency Veterinarians to join our Emergency and Critical Care (ECC) team in Sydney on a part-time or full-time basis. The ideal candidate will be energetic, positive and someone who thrives in a busy, multi-disciplinary hospital environment. There will be a requirement for some evening and overnight work along with every other weekend on a rotating roster as part of the team.

Essential Attributes

Desirable Attributes

What we offer

A highly competitive salary, every second weekend off, 4 weeks annual leave, comprehensive CPD on offer including, ‘Recover’ certification, VIN membership and unlimited journal access, regular tutorials, case discussion, in-house seminars and training, working closely with ECC specialists and interaction with specialists in all departments. We have a stable group of excellent veterinarians and nurses, many of whom have been with us long-term, and we are focused on providing career pathways and professional development for all our team members.

If this sounds like your next role, email your resume and cover letter outlining your suitability to Michelle Gray on michelle.gray@gxltd.com.au or phone 0429 007 945.

Full-time and part-time opportunities available.

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VARSITY LAKES, GOLD COAST, QLD - EMERGENCY/SMALL ANIMAL - FULL OR PART TIME

Emergency Veterinarian
Gold Coast QLD

Animal Emergency Centre (AEC) We are a team of 24-hour ECC vets and nurses. Through increasing demand, we are expanding our vet team and you could be the next to join our fun, innovative, collaborative and supportive team.  

This could be your dream job

Cutting-edge equipment

The ultimate lifestyle

You will have access to

What would it be like to work with us?
We are a motivated team with a strong focus on best practice, further education, commitment to our patients and their families, and supporting each other through teamwork and case collaboration, from GP to Membership and Specialist level practice.

How to contact us
For a confidential conversation contact Michelle Gray, Talent Acquisition Consultant on michelle.gray@gxltd.com.au or 0429 007 945

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