Equine Vacancies

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  1. NSW - Central Coast - Mardi - 4 vet equine practice New
  2. NSW - Sydney NW - Agnes Banks Equine Clinic - 11 vet equine practice, Internship New Graduates welcomephotos
  3. NSW - Southern Highlands - 4 vet equine practice photos
  4. VIC/NSW Border - Mildura - 8-9 vet mixed practice, equine interest New Graduates welcome photos
  5. VIC - Bendigo - 8 vet equine practice, full time experienced photos
  6. VIC - Central Highlands - Ballarat - 12 vet equine practice, full time Racetrack/Ambulatory photos New
  7. VIC - Melbourne SE - Narre Warren North - 9 vet equine practice, 12-18 Month Equine Internships New Graduates welcomephotos
  8. VIC - Melbourne Outer SE - Koo Wee Rup - 4 vet mixed practice 40% equineNew Graduates welcomephotos
  9. VIC - Gippsland - Maffra - 14 vet mixed practice, position with equine focus New Graduates welcomephotos
  10. SA - Barossa Valley - Roseworthy - University of Adelaide - full time rotating Equine Internship New
  11. WA - Perth S - Forrestdale - 2 vet equine dental practice, part time New Graduates welcomephotos New
  12. NZ - North Island - Waikato - Matamata - 22 vet equine practice, Reproduction/Medicine permanent & seasonal positions New
  13. NZ - South Island - Southland - Invercargill - mixed group practice, equine only position New
  14. UK - Scotland - Edinburgh - 3 vet ambulatory equine practice - 2+ years experience
  15. UK - Herefordshre - Hereford - 19 vet, 3 clinic - mixed practice - equine focused vet full or part time New


Equine Veterinarian - Southland
Invercargill Clinic


New Zealanders believe life is for living. It’s about balancing a good day’s work with time for family and friends. Why don’t you consider a move to our clean, beautiful country?

VetSouth is a progressive animal health business seen as a leader in its field, with seven clinics based throughout Southland and West Otago, two sister clinics in Greymouth and Hokitika operating as West Coast Vets and in Morrinsville operating as Vet Clinic Morrinsville.

Due to an increased workload we are looking for an additional Equine Veterinarian.

The equine clinic operates out of a purpose built hospital facility in Invercargill, a city of 55,000. The hospital was first built in 1996 and renovated in 2010. The majority of the equine work is ambulatory with the horse population approximately 70% standard-bred racehorses, 20% pleasure horses and 10% thoroughbred racehorses.

The work is mixed and varied. The successful applicant is encouraged to participate in all aspects of the practice. Additional duties would include the performance of equine anaesthesia for surgeries, attendance at race meetings and breeding work both fresh and frozen Al during the breeding season. We would welcome an applicant with a desire to work on their equine surgical skills or with a speciality in surgery.

Our area of New Zealand is close to New Zealand’s best outdoors, tramping, mountain biking, fishing or hunting. We are 2 hours from NZs tourist adventure capital Queenstown and the Central Otago ski fields.

If you would enjoy a role that provides you with variety, a great team environment, plenty of support, and a good roster, WE CAN’T WAIT TO HEAR FROM YOU!

To apply visit vetnz.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=18

Applications close Monday 1st June 2020.

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Southern Highlands Equine Centre (SHEC) requires an experienced equine reproduction veterinarian for their predominantly ambulatory practice, in the beautiful Southern Highlands, NSW, approximately 1.5 hours south of Sydney.

SHEC is a small practice that concentrates on providing a high level of care to a number of boutique thoroughbred broodmare studs, horse trainers, warmblood studs and performance/sports horse clients in the area.

The role will involve a mix of thoroughbred reproduction practice and medicine, artificial breeding, and sports horse medicine.  It will include but not be limited to - stud medicine, routine breeding work, artificial insemination, routine treatments, preventative care, digital radiography, ultrasonography, endoscopy and general horse ambulatory services.

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The successful applicant must be experienced (minimum 3 years) and have a strong interest in equine stud practice.  The successful applicant will be capable of working independently, with ongoing support from our small team, as well as our partner practices Randwick Equine Centre & Illawarra Equine Centre.

Ideally, we are seeking long-term applicants but can potentially offer a seasonal position to an applicant with the right work ethic and skill set.

Remuneration package will be dependent on qualifications and level of experience, and includes a fully maintained motor vehicle, mobile phone, four weeks annual leave, one week study leave and percentage of afterhours fees.  After hours will be on a shared basis. 

The Southern Highlands offers many leisure time opportunities including wineries, restaurants, sporting facilities, golf courses, as well as several well regarded private and public schools.

If you enjoy a country lifestyle and equine reproduction practice, apply to;

Dr James Whitfeld, email: accounts@shec.com.au

Southern Highlands Equine Centre
PO Box 2245,
Bowral, NSW, 2576

Visit: shec.com.au and

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Experienced Equine Veterinarian

Victorian Equine Group Pty Ltd

About Us

The Victorian Equine Group runs two facilities, the Bendigo Equine Hospital and The Victorian Equine Group - Nagambie. The practice currently employs eight full time equine veterinarians, and between August and January, additional seasonal veterinarians. We see a busy and varied caseload encompassing both first opinion and referral surgical and medical cases. The practice services a number of Thoroughbred and Standardbred studs in the area. As such, the busiest time of year is in the spring when many neonatal foals and stud related cases are hospitalised.

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About the Role

This position would suit a keen and enthusiastic individual who enjoys working as part of a team.  You will have equine experience, ideally including ambulatory experience. You will be happy to accept primary case responsibility but welcome the opportunity to use the knowledge and guidance of our registered equine specialists and other senior vets.

The Person

You will be a flexible, reliable professional with excellent communication skills, able to work effectively as part of a team.  Your previous completion of an equine internship would be well regarded although not essential. We can only consider candidates that have an eligible visa to work within Australia, for twelve months or greater, meet the full registration requirements of the Veterinary Practitioners Board of Victoria and have a current driving licence suitable for driving in the State of Victoria.

To Apply

Please address your cover letter and CV to:

The Practice Manager,
Victorian Equine Group Pty Ltd
38 Heinz Street


Visit: victorianequinegroup.com.au

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Station Street Veterinary Clinic has a permanent position for a mixed veterinarian. We are a genuinely mixed practice seeing approximately 40% equine, 40% small animals, and 20% cattle and other farm animals.

We have a strong emphasis on practicing a high level of medicine for all species and take pride in the quality of service we offer. Our consulting times are generous allowing cases to be investigated and we encourage use of further diagnostics. We have a fully equipped in house laboratory including Idexx blood machines, equine mobile radiography unit, ultrasound, and endoscope, as well as all the usual toys you would expect in a highly professional and motivated veterinary clinic. Our nurses are an asset to the clinic. We employ fully qualified nurses who are always there to help and have a wealth of experience in both small and large animal nursing. We are both a professional and social team and normally sit down to eat lunch together.

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Station Street Veterinary Clinic is in an ideal location to support hobbies and interests outside of work with beautiful beaches, Melbourne’s iconic CBD, ski fields and mountains all close by. To allow plenty of time to pursue hobbies outside work our vets enjoy a 4-day working week with 8.5hr shifts and a 1 in 4 on call roster. As well as one day off per week we also offer a comprehensive employment package including two mental health days per annum, generous CPD allowance and provide a custom built veterinary vehicle for your sole use.

If you would like further information or to discuss the position then contact us on 03 5997 2222, or email your CV to Dr Sophie Elphick BVSc, MANZCVS (Equine Medicine) at admin@stationstreetvet.com.au

Find us on the web www.stationstreetvet.com.au and facebook

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Applications are currently being accepted for a veterinarian interested in a 12-18 month internship in equine medicine, surgery and anaesthesia at South Eastern Equine Hospital, starting in June/July negotiable.

South Eastern Equine Hospital is an Equine referral hospital situated in the south east of Melbourne. The hospital is staffed by 2 specialists in Equine Surgery, an internal medicine specialist, 3 experienced veterinarians and 3 interns. We also have a specialist ophthalmologist visit the practice on a weekly basis and consult with a specialist veterinary anaesthetist. The hospital caseload consists of referral and primary accessions with a mixture of surgical and medicine cases and some assisted reproduction during the breeding season.

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The successful applicant will gain experience in surgery, medicine, anaesthesia, reproduction, ophthalmology and diagnostic imaging. They will assist in the diagnosis and treatment of hospital cases and be rostered for afterhours work.

Applicants must meet the necessary requirements to be fully registered as a veterinarian in Victoria, Australia. For further information, please contact the Veterinary Practitioners Registration Board of Victoria (www.vetboard.vic.gov.au).

Applicants should send a letter of application along with a curriculum vitae to Gareth Trope (gareth@seeh.com.au). For further information regarding the position please contact Gareth Trope or Robyn Charman on (03) 8790 4922.

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A full time position is available for a veterinary surgeon to join our eight to nine vet mixed practice in Mildura. Experienced colleagues and enthusiastic new graduates are encouraged to apply. An interest in equine work is a benefit. Our new and large purpose built hospital offers all the equipment and facilities to practice excellent quality veterinary medicine and surgery with friendly and supportive nursing staff. Digital x-ray, ultrasound with colour doppler, pulse oximetry, in-house laboratory and cytology, infusion pumps, oxygen generators and orthopaedic instrumentation are components of our practice. The practice has a busy medical and surgical caseload, mainly small animal (85%) and equine (10%), but does include avian and wildlife work in addition to the expected other species of cattle, sheep and pigs. The building now includes six consulting rooms and three operating theatres.

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The equine facility consists of a large shed with undercover stabling, two horse crushes, equine scales, and a knock down and recovery room. Seven holding paddocks are available for equine work brought to the clinic. Equine specific x-ray, dental work with power float, artificial insemination during the stud season, and routine tendon ultrasounds are components of the practice. This is in addition to the expected colics, geldings, lameness work ups, stitch ups and laboratory blood work.

The clinic has nine full time and four part time nursing and support staff. The Practice is an Academic Associate Practice with the University of Melbourne, and in addition has veterinary students seeing practice from international veterinary schools as well as the other Universities in Australia.

So, if a rural mixed practice with a wonderfully varied caseload, and strong support staff appeals, then we would welcome your application. There is a strong emphasis on discussion of cases between colleagues at rounds each day, and we are a practice used to supporting new graduates as they embark on their careers. Bi-monthly webinars, practice membership of CVE, and each veterinarian provided with VIN membership gives all colleagues opportunities to continue to enhance their skills and knowledge. We expect veterinarians to embrace new challenges as experience dictates.

Plans of the building and discussion of our practice can be found at our website www.benetookvet.com.au.

Mildura, a vibrant inland city on the Murray River in north-west Victoria, is a terrific place to live, enjoying a pleasant climate, and with extensive sporting, recreational and educational facilities. It boasts a rich multicultural heritage, reflected in a large and diverse selection of restaurants, a strong arts community with writers and artists festivals, music festivals and both local and visiting live theatre. Mildura is the main city in a large irrigation district of the Murray-Darling Basin, with grapes and citrus as the main horticultural industries. Extensive dry land farming of wheat, sheep and cattle in outback NSW is on your doorstep. Mildura is well serviced by three airlines with a dozen flights each day to and from Melbourne. Flight time is just one hour.

Enthusiastic new graduates or experienced colleagues would be welcome to apply.

New graduate salary is $65,000 plus after hours and superannuation. The salary for experienced colleagues will be commensurate with experience. After hours duty is shared equally with all veterinary surgeons, with a 4 day rostered weekend off each duty cycle. Normal hours of work averages 38 hours per week.

Please feel welcome to contact me by email or phone at any time in regards the position we have available.
Contact: Dr Bill Sutherland
Benetook Veterinary Clinic
634 Benetook Avenue
Mildura VIC 3500
Phone: 03 5022 2455
Mobile: 0408 231 984
E-mail: w.j.sutherland@internode.on.net


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Equine Vets…we are still looking for the right person to join us at Gippsland Equine Hospital.

A full time position is available for an experienced equine veterinarian to join Gippsland Veterinary Hospital.

You will join a busy mixed practice with 14 vets and 30 support staff based in the heart of the always green and productive Macalister irrigation district in Maffra, south east Gippsland.

Our long-established practice includes our main hospital in Maffra as well as the Sale Vet Centre and purpose-built Gippsland Equine Hospital.

We provide a high standard of service and can diagnose and treat most things in-house due to the quality equipment and extensive experience amongst our vets.  We refer very little.

We need an experienced equine vet to take charge of the Equine Hospital. 

The position can be 100% Equine work or we can tailor to suit your needs – if you would like predominantly equine with the balance being small animals only or mixed then we would like to hear from you.

You will work in a fully equipped hospital with most of the latest equipment including Idexx laboratory, ultrasonography, endoscopy, full equine surgery, dentistry and repro facilities.

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We treat all routine medical and surgical cases as well as provide artificial breeding programs, mare and foal management.  We are equipped to undertake colic surgery and arthroscopy.

The case load is predominantly pleasure and competition horses and there is scope to develop the thoroughbred racing work.

The position is full time 9-day fortnight with a share of 1 in 5 on-call.

About You:

The Region:


For more information and to apply:
For more information please contact Dr Duncan Runciman Ph 0408 053 056
Please email your CV with references and a cover letter addressing the key criteria to recruitment@apiam.com.au

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Equine vet required for exciting role in beautiful Herefordshire

Belmont Farm and Equine are a well established XL Vets practice, based in Herefordshire, with a fantastic opportunity for an equine focused clinician to join our growing large animal team. With 3 offices, lots of toys and a great team of staff, this is a unique chance to employ and develop your skill set, in a beautiful and well connected part of the world.

The right candidate will need to be a team player who shares our enthusiasm for the exciting, and varied caseload offered by our practical, first opinion client base. With a ‘can-do’ attitude there is scope and support to work up cases internally, though excellent relations with our local equine hospital ensure that specialist advice and referral is always available.

Experience is essential though the role can be tailored to suit the right candidate in a full or part time capacity. We offer a competitive package, 1 in 4 weekends and 1 weeknight equine only rota, fortnightly day off, regular clinical clubs with further CPD funded and encouraged.

For more information, or to apply for the position, please contact Dominic Alexander on dalexander@bfevets.co.uk or Michelle Harris on mharris@bfevets.co.uk.



Belmont Farm and Equine Vets Ltd
Unit 5B Sigeric Business Park

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(Level A) $70,346 per annum plus an employer contribution of 9.5% will apply

12 month fixed- term internship

Diverse first opinion and referral cases, within a rich learning environment in state of the art facility

The ultimate aim of an internship is to prepare an intern to enter into a residency program or to source employment in a high standard equine general practice.

The School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences offers equine internships each year through its Equine Health and Performance Centre located at the Roseworthy Campus. The internship is a 12 month full time professional (clinical) formative program aiming to help the intern to develop capacity to identify and solve medical problems within the disciplines, the ability to work-up a case with medical written and oral expression skills, and to teach non graduated students the elements of day one skills as described in the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) program.

The ultimate aim of the Internship is to prepare the intern to enter a specialty college qualifying (residency) program or to prepare to enter a high standard level of equine general practice. The program is also based on and encounters the guidelines of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) Professional Development Phase (PDP) for those Interns who registered for this program.

The intern will rotate through first opinion, medicine, surgery, anaesthesiology services. The intern will work as part of the clinical team through a hospital roster, which includes weekends and public holidays. The intern will present a seminar and contribute to a research project during the 12 months. At the commencement of the program interns will be provided with a mentor to assist with meeting the objectives and expectations of the internship.

Equine Internship Program.pdf
Equine Rotating Internship_ Handbook.pdf

To be successful the candidate will need:

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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

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Please include your address and upload your responses to all of the selection criteria.

For further information
For a confidential discussion regarding this position, contact:
Dr Olivier Simon
Senior Lecturer
P: +61 (8) 831 31999
E: olivier.simon@adelaide.edu.au

For a confidential discussion regarding the recruitment process for this position, contact:
Michelle Carter
HR Coordinator
P: +61 (8) 831 39271
E: scienceshr@adelaide.edu.au

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

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Agnes Banks Equine Clinic is a well - established and progressive practice which offers a variety of diagnostic services including digital radiology and ultrasound, nuclear scintigraphy, video and exercising endoscopy, in-house laboratory facilities and operates as a full surgical facility. We are a diverse equine practice servicing a large clientele of racing, sporthorse, pleasure and breeding clients. The practice is located on the western fringe of Sydney at the foothills of the Blue Mountains, approximately a one hour drive from the Sydney central business district.

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We are offering one veterinary internship position of up to 12 months, for a new or recent graduate wishing to gain experience in an equine veterinary practice. Please note that to be eligible, applicants must have full rights to work in Australia and be registerable by the New South Wales Veterinary Practitioners Board. The position will commence when a suitable applicant is found.

The position involves assisting with hospital in-patient care, monitoring intensive care patients, assistance with medical and surgical case investigations, some exposure to ambulatory practice and after hours calls, as well as limited exposure to routine and advanced artificial breeding procedures. Remuneration includes an annual salary as per the ACVS Modern Award 2010 (currently $54,829), plus superannuation, 1 week of paid study leave (includes course fees for approved course) and 4 weeks annual leave per annum. NSW State registration and AVA Professional Association fees are also paid.

To apply for the intern position, submit the following documentation:

  1. Curriculum Vitae (CV)
  2. Cover letter/letter of intent (no more than 2 pages)

Applications are to be submitted by the following deadlines:

Applications should be sent via email to
Dr Christine Smith

For more information, see www.abec.net.au and

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Forrestdale, Perth

Part time equine veterinarian

Dental Vet is an equine veterinary dentistry hospital in Forrestdale, just 30km south of Perth CBD. Our purpose-built clinic was completed in 2017 with state of the art equipment and facilities allowing for the highest level of care for our patients. We also provide a mobile service with a portable crush and portable digital radiology (as well as a second digital x-ray unit at the clinic). We also have extensive dental equipment including multiple HDE units with multiple flexidisk and polyfloat attachments, an IM3 unit with equine extensions, oral endoscope, extraction equipment, equipment for advanced periodontal disease treatments, ultrasound, as well as all necessary mixing machines etc. for restorations and endodontic procedures.

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We are one of the very few clinics in Australia offering equine endodontics and restorations and see referral as well as routine cases. Dental experience is not required, there will be considerable training provided but an interest in dentistry is needed and some equine veterinary experience would be beneficial. While our primary focus is dentistry, we do perform other equine veterinary work and we are happy to support the successful applicant to pursue other areas of interest, with commission bonuses to support this.

Our clinic does not do any after-hours or on-call work and this part-time position would be for three days per week plus one in four Saturday mornings.

We have a wonderful team with experienced, qualified veterinary nurses and the successful applicant will have their own dedicated veterinary nurse to assist with procedures as well as record keeping and driving, allowing the veterinarian to concentrate on their clinical skills.

We are very supportive of continuing education and research, having published numerous papers in leading veterinary journals. We would also be happy to assist the successful candidate to pursue membership qualifications in equine dentistry. We are also very supportive of charity work, being very involved in the Gili Pony outreach program in Indonesia and other work through Animal Aid Abroad.

Applications are welcome from both experienced equine vets and recent graduates, with renumeration according to experience and commission bonuses once working independently. We are looking for someone self-motivated with good attention to detail, good interpersonal skills and who works well in a team environment.

If you would like to apply, please send your resume and cover letter to Kirsten@dentalvet.com.au or if you have any questions please call 0439 956 368.

Also please feel free to visit our website www.dentalvet.com.au or our facebook page http://www.facebook.com/dentalvet/ to see some of the fun things we do!

Dental Vet
440 Nicholson rd
Forrestdale WA 6112

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Ballarat Veterinary Practice Equine Clinic.

Racetrack/Ambulatory Veterinary Associate.


The Ballarat Veterinary Practice Equine Clinic is a 12-vet practice that has a broad equine-based caseload. The practice is located on the edge of the Ballarat Turf Club, a world-class thoroughbred training facility where approximately 450 horses are trained, and 30 race meetings are held each year. The clinic has a surgical referral hospital, racetrack practice component and provides a general equine ambulatory service to the surrounding district. The hospital also runs an internship program.

There is currently a vacancy within the racetrack/ambulatory team. The ambulatory veterinarians provide service to all breeds of horses from thoroughbred and standardbred horses, through to all types of pleasure horses and ponies in the district. Typical general practice equine work is undertaken including lameness assessment, dentistry, lacerations, reproductive work including ultrasound scanning, in field colic assessment and all other general veterinary equine work. While the ambulatory service is primarily field based, clinicians are encouraged, where appropriate, to bring cases to the hospital where extra staff and facilities can assist them to undertake further examinations. Due to the size of the practice and level of experience there is strong support for our ambulatory veterinarians at all times.

Of the three in-house surgeons, two are specialists and one is an ACVS Board Qualified surgeon. The surgical team are available for consultation and assistance or referral of cases. The clinic has complete surgical facilities, ultrasound, digital radiography, endoscopy, scintigraphy, standing MRI facilities and the ability to house up to 28 horses.

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The successful applicant should be a graduate Veterinarian with qualifications able to satisfy the requirements of the Veterinary Practitioners Board of Victoria, and have at least two years veterinary experience. After-hours responsibility is shared equally with the norm being one night per week and one weekend every four weeks. Duties will involve all ambulatory services as outlined above as well as attendance at both thoroughbred and harness race meetings as the official race veterinarian.

Remuneration is dependent on experience, but all award benefits are available and provided for. Continuing education is encouraged and assisted by the practice. A vehicle and a mobile phone is provided with this position.

Interested applicants can contact Dr. Andrew Cust on +61 408 300 816 for further information. Veterinarians wishing to directly apply should forward a resume along with the names of three referees to jobs@bvp.com.au

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Wyong Equine Clinic is now looking for a full time experienced equine practitioner to join our team. A minimum of 3 years equine practice experience is preferable, ideally with reproductive experience.

Our Clinic is an ambulatory Equine Centre, with our clientele ranging from performance horses, pleasure horses, stud work & racehorses, located on the Central Coast NSW. The Central Coast is ideally located an hour between Sydney and Newcastle and an hour drive from the Hunter Valley.

Our Clinic is equipped with digital x-ray, video and portable endoscopic equipment, ultrasound, and dental power float etc.).

Our team consists of 4 full-time equine veterinarians. Our veterinarians are experienced, work well as a team and are willing to provide advice and mentoring.

For more information or to apply, contact 0418 299 938 or office@wyongequineclinic.com.au

See https://www.facebook.com/WyongEquineClinic/

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ATTENTION: Equine Reproduction and Medicine Specialists
Permanent and Seasonal roles available!

Due to the continued growth of our Equine case load we are offering exciting seasonal and permanent opportunities for veterinarians with specialization (or at least 5 + years experience) in Equine Reproduction and Medicine. 

If you would like to:

Then we want to hear from you to join our Equine team!

MVS is a large mixed-animal practice with a purpose built Equine clinic and referral hospital located in the heart of New Zealand horse country. The majority of our caseload is Thoroughbred racing and breeding with a smaller sport, pleasure horse and Standardbred racing component. The annual hospital in-patient caseload is around 1000 horses per year.

The equine hospital is well- equipped including full surgical facilities, digital radiography, digital ultrasonography, nuclear scintigraphy, in house laboratory, video-endoscopy and gastroscopy. You will have the support of a team of 12 other equine veterinarians (including two board-certified specialists in surgery), 3 interns and 12 nurses/support-staff. On-call for after-hours is shared equally.

A culture of quality service to the client, dedicated care of the patient and peer support exists in this practice.

Applications (including CV and the names of 2 referees) are invited from veterinarians who are self-motivated, keen to join a progressive team and live in a town that is racing ahead.


Andrea Ritmeester BVSc MS DipACVS
+64 7 888 8193

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Central Equine Vets, is Edinburgh's largest private equine veterinary practice. We are 100% ambulatory, dealing with a wide range of horses including leisure horses, race horses and international event horses. We have state of the art mobile equipment allowing us to do most procedures on yard.

We are seeking a hard working and enthusiastic assistant to join our existing team of 3 vets. The ideal candidate would be experienced in equine only practice (minimum two years qualified). We offer a competitive salary (based on experience), pension scheme, a company vehicle with fuel paid, generous CPD and support from an experienced team. The on call rota is 1:4, working a 4.5 day week.

Interested? Call Malcolm or Matt on 0131 664 5606.

Email info@centralequinevets.co.uk

Central Equine Vets
109/3a Swanston Road,
Swanston Farm, Edinburgh
Mid Lothian
EH10 7DS



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