Non - General Practice Vacancies:
Industry, University, Specialist, Wildlife/Exotic

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  1. Indonesia - Borneo - East Kalimantan - domestic animal welfare/wildlife program, volunteers
  2. NT - Darwin - Palmerston/Yarrawonga - Ark Animal Hospital - 6 vet small animal/wildlife, full or part time Sponsorphotos
  3. QLD - Townsville - James Cook University - educational facility, Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Small Animal Medicine New
  4. QLD - Townsville - JCUVet - small animal/educational facility, full time Internal Medicine Clinician photos New
  5. QLD - Brisbane - specialist hospital - Specialists in Oncology, Internal Medicine & Neurology Sponsorphotos
  6. QLD - Scenic Rim - Kalbar/Peak Crossing - 5 vet mixed practice & industry, full time working across 2 locations
  7. NSW - Nyngan - Dept of Regional NSW - full time district vet new graduate iconNew
  8. NSW Riverina - Dept of Regional NSW - district vet - 9 month contract New Graduates welcomeNew
  9. NSW - Sydney Inner W - Glebe - 2 vet exotics/small animal vet, part time photos New
  10. ACT - Canberra S - Fyshwick - Animal Referral Hospital Canberra - 8 vet small animal/referral practice, Specialist Surgeons & Medicine Specialist photos
  11. VIC - Melbourne Inner NE - Collingwood - CARE - 30 vet small animal/referral practice, ICU Manager
  12. VIC - Melbourne Inner NE - Collingwood - CARE - full or part time, Specialist in Veterinary Radiology
  13. SA - Adelaide SW - Adelaide Animal Emergency & Referral Centre - 9 vet small animal/ECC f/t, p/t or casual Medicine Specialists
  14. SA - Adelaide SW - Adelaide Animal Emergency & Referral Centre - 9 vet small animal/ECC, ECC Specialist
  15. WA - Perth N - Yokine - Perth Vet Emergency - 13 vet small animal/emergency practice, full or part time Vet Manager photosNew
  16. NZ - South Island - Christchurch SW - Addington - 3 vet small animal/specialist practice, full or part time Specialist Surgeon Sponsor

NSW, HAY - DISTRICT VET 9 MONTH FULL TIME CONTRACT new graduate iconNew Position

Department of Regional NSW, Hay, NSW

District Vet

Temporary 9 months position located at Hay NSW for 9 months

Generous remuneration package for the successful applicant starting at $79,297.00

About the role

This is an exciting opportunity to provide frontline delivery of animal biosecurity and welfare services to producers from the flock and herd perspective. The successful candidate will be responsible for a variety of activities, including:

Essential Requirements

We offer a supportive working environment with a team of experienced vets where you will be mentored into becoming a competent production animal diagnostician and adviser. You will have the opportunity to work closely with vets who have their ANZCVS membership in Ruminant Nutrition and Sheep Medicine and Production

For further information on the role please click here to view the role description. If you want to learn more about the role, please contact Emily Stearman on 02 6923 6319.

About Local Land Services

Local Land Services (LLS) was established in January 2014 to provide quality, customer focused services to landholders and the community across New South Wales. The organisation brings together the agricultural advice, biosecurity, natural resource management, emergency services and Soil Conservation Service functions previously provided by 28 organisations into a single organisation comprising around 950 staff with a budget of approximately $225 million.

Our team is there when it matters, on the ground helping landholders with knowledge, networks and local experience.

Applying for the role:

In order to apply for the role please include a copy of your most recent resume and also a brief one-page cover letter outlining your skills and experience and how they relate to this role.

Flexible Working:

Flexible working is part of life at Department of Regional NSW. Wherever you work within the cluster, there are options available to help you have a better work life balance.

By being flexible with our people and the way we work, we’ll be building a happier, more diverse and inclusive work culture.

Applications close on: 26th July 2020 at 11.55 PM AEST

A talent pool may be created from this recruitment action for ongoing and temporary roles of the same standard that may become available for filling over the next eighteen months. The successful applicant in this role will be required to undergo a police check, health assessment and other assessments as required.

Our commitment to flexible working:

The Department of Regional NSW is committed to ensuring the sector reflects the NSW community it serves. We support an inclusive workplace where staff have access to opportunities and resources at all levels, enabling our team members to drive innovation, productivity, and delivery of high-quality services. We are open to discussing flexible working arrangements and encourage our people to explore new ways of working - including part-time, job-share or working from different locations. Everyone can ask about it.

Our commitment to Diversity:

The Regional NSW Cluster strives to be an inclusive workplace for all people. We recognise that we operate in a diverse community and welcome and encourage applications from all ages and genders, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, culturally and linguistically diverse groups, the LGBTIQ+ community, veterans, refugees and people with disability.

Apply Now

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NSW, NYNGAN - FULL TIME DISTRICT VET new graduate iconNew Position

Department of Regional NSW, Nyngan, NSW

District Vet

Ongoing Full-Time role located at Nyngan NSW

Generous remuneration package for the successful applicant starting at $79,297.00

About the role

This is an exciting opportunity to provide frontline delivery of animal biosecurity and welfare services to producers from the flock and herd perspective. The successful candidate will be responsible for a variety of activities, including:

Essential Requirements

We offer a supportive working environment with a team of experienced vets where you will be mentored into becoming a competent production animal diagnostician and adviser. You will have the opportunity to work closely with vets who have their ANZCVS membership in Ruminant Nutrition and Sheep Medicine and Production

For further information on the role please click here to view the role description. If you want to learn more about the role, please contact Belinda Edmonstone on 0428 521 699.

About Local Land Services

Local Land Services (LLS) was established in January 2014 to provide quality, customer focused services to landholders and the community across New South Wales. The organisation brings together the agricultural advice, biosecurity, natural resource management, emergency services and Soil Conservation Service functions previously provided by 28 organisations into a single organisation comprising around 950 staff with a budget of approximately $225 million.

Our team is there when it matters, on the ground helping landholders with knowledge, networks and local experience.

Applying for the role:

In order to apply for the role please include a copy of your most recent resume and also a brief one-page cover letter outlining your skills and experience and how they relate to this role.

Flexible Working:

Flexible working is part of life at Department of Regional NSW. Wherever you work within the cluster, there are options available to help you have a better work life balance.

By being flexible with our people and the way we work, we’ll be building a happier, more diverse and inclusive work culture.

Applications close on: 26th July 2020 at 11.55 PM AEST

A talent pool may be created from this recruitment action for ongoing and temporary roles of the same standard that may become available for filling over the next eighteen months. The successful applicant in this role will be required to undergo a police check, health assessment and other assessments as required.

Our commitment to flexible working:

The Department of Regional NSW is committed to ensuring the sector reflects the NSW community it serves. We support an inclusive workplace where staff have access to opportunities and resources at all levels, enabling our team members to drive innovation, productivity, and delivery of high-quality services. We are open to discussing flexible working arrangements and encourage our people to explore new ways of working - including part-time, job-share or working from different locations. Everyone can ask about it.

Our commitment to Diversity:

The Regional NSW Cluster strives to be an inclusive workplace for all people. We recognise that we operate in a diverse community and welcome and encourage applications from all ages and genders, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, culturally and linguistically diverse groups, the LGBTIQ+ community, veterans, refugees and people with disability.

Apply Now

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EAST KALIMANTAN, BORNEO, INDONESIA - FULL TIME SMALL ANIMAL/WILDLIFE Volunteers Needed

Veterinary help needed in Indonesian Borneo

Help improve animal welfare in Indonesia by sharing your skills and experience!

Facility and Program Description:
Kawasan Wisata Pendidikan Lingkungan Hidup (KWPLH) is an environmental education center located in Balikpapan, East Kalimantan, Indonesian Borneo. The facility’s goal is to increase environmental awareness and animal welfare. In addition to our animal programmes, the facility has several education buildings, picnic areas and playgrounds. To see a full description of the KWPLH’s facilities and goals visit www.beruangmadu.org or email us.

KWPLH provides a wonderful accommodation in the form of a forested enclosure for 7 sun bears rescued from the illegal pet trade. Sun bears are the mascot of Balikpapan, and many of our current education programs focus on this species.

Our Domestic Animal Program was created in response to the frequent dumping of kittens/puppies at KWPLH. We have attempted to establish a safe home for abandoned animals and a sterilization and adoption program. We currently have 145+ cats under our care as well as close to 30 dogs, and several other rescued wildlife species whenever brought to the center (macaque, civets, slow loris, birds).

The goals of our Domestic Animal Program are:

Experienced Volunteer Vet Needed
We are in need of experienced veterinarians to assist with training and development of our local animal care team. The primary goal is to train up our team [specifically our local veterinarian] in specialist medical care for our animals, under more or less challenging conditions, and to train our Indonesian animal care-taking staff in mastering necessary skills and knowledge on specialist issues that need frequent treatments.

Other tasks include ideas on improvement of our medical administration and records, enrichment and training programs, and enhancing our adoption programme. There will be work with the sun bears and other wild species, but most time will go to our domestic animals and staff training.

Outlined below is a list of topics that we need help with:

For more details about KWPLH and the veterinary position please email us!
We welcome the help from professional veterinarians in 2020-2021. The position is preferably for 3+ months, but do e-mail us as well if you are available for shorter periods. Free housing is provided at the center, but a small local catering fee is required for meals. A volunteer visa will need to be applied for. Couples are also welcome to apply. Due to the Corona virus, timing of postings will depend on how this situation develops."

Please send end questions and resumes to Gabriella Fredriksson:
gabriella.fredriksson@gmail.com

For further information visit our website: www.beruangmadu.org or  www.pronaturafoundation.org

(re-posted 10th July)

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DOUGLAS, TOWNSVILLE, QLD - FULL TIME SMALL ANIMAL, MEDICINE LECTURER/SENIOR LECTURER New Position

Join a dynamic team of professionals to conduct innovative teaching & research in Companion Animal Medicine at our on-campus veterinary teaching hospital

We offer an exciting opportunity for a Lecturer / Senior Lecturer, Companion Animal Medicine ($94,056 - $131,287) to join our world-leading institution at James Cook University (JCU). This full-time, continuing appointment is based at our world class facilities at JCU Townville.

What you can accomplish in the Role
Working primarily in our Veterinary Emergency Centre and Hospital located on the JCU campus you will have the opportunity work with a wide range of state-of-the-art diagnostic, monitoring and therapeutic equipment.

Your contribution to the teaching of small animal internal medicine to both under and post-graduate students coupled with the provision of high-quality clinical services and mentorship of other veterinarians will be highly valued in this challenging and varied role. Your input to further developing our veterinary science curriculum and expanding our research program in this specialist field will be paramount to your success

What you will bring to the Role
With an enthusiasm and passion for Veterinary science, you will hold a bachelor’s degree in Veterinary Science or equivalent and be eligible for registration in Queensland. With strong interpersonal skills and a commitment to working as a member of a cohesive, like-minded teaching and clinical team you will thrive in a dynamic environment. Your formal training in small animal internal medicine and a strong interest in, and experience with, clinical teaching will see you excel in this interesting and rewarding role educating the Vets of the future.

Why JCU
Consistently voted in the top 2% of universities worldwide, JCU offers a culturally diverse working environment with opportunities for professional and personal growth as well as diverse career opportunities. JCU prides itself on being dedicated to teaching, learning and research that is not only of high quality, but also delivers practical benefits to the peoples and industries of the region.

We support our people through the provision of:

How to apply
Visit the Careers JCU website – vacancy reference 17133
Applications close: 9 August 2020

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KALBAR/PEAK CROSSING, SCENIC RIM - FULL TIME MIXED

Plasvacc/Mixed Practice
Full Time Position: Immediate Start Remuneration in the range of $70,000 to $90,000 per year excluding superannuation
Mixed Veterinarian

Plasvacc in conjunction with a local mixed practice is offering a full time Veterinarian position between both workplaces, located in the Scenic Rim, SE-QLD.  We are looking for a team member with a very high level of attention to detail who is passionate and enthusiastic about their career.

About us

Plasvacc is an Australian veterinary pharmaceutical company founded in 1996. Plasvacc manufactures and distributes high quality hyperimmunised blood plasma products used to supplement the immune response system in animals. Plasma therapy shortens the course of treatments, reduces hospitalisation periods and lessens the quantity of drugs required to treat a variety of medical conditions.

Plasvacc are the only commercial producer of plasma for veterinary use in Australia and our facility, located in South East Queensland, is the only dedicated animal plasma production facility in the country. It is Plasvacc's rapid growth, innovative approach and commitment to quality which distinguishes the company's products in the marketplace. In combination with a fast growing local 5-vet mixed animal practice, we are able to offer a true mixed animal position with a focus on production of Plasvacc products.

About the role

Plasvacc in conjunction with a local mixed practice is offering a unique opportunity for someone looking to both further their skills in mixed practice and be an integral part of the Plasvacc team.

Plasvacc is staffed with a veterinarian and various technicians and support personnel as required. All training for Plasvacc production will be provided to equip you for this role.  The nature of plasma collection and processing requires a very high level of attention to detail and a fastidious approach to the various steps involved and the overall workflow.

The role at Plasvacc is 3-4 days between Mondays and Fridays, working approximately a 30-hour week. The other days of the week will be spent in mixed practice locally, creating this unique full-time position.  The 5-vet mixed practice is located locally and offers the successful applicant the opportunity to be part of a young, fast growing practice that focuses on high quality veterinary care whilst enjoying the beautiful countryside in the capacity of a mixed practitioner.

Principal tasks
Includes but not limited to-

About you

The ideal candidate will meet the following criteria-

If you would like to learn more about the advertised positions or submit an application (CV and cover letter) please contact Plasvacc Operations Manager Katie Shield.

Plasvacc Pty Ltd
6066 Cunningham Highway
KALBAR QLD 4309
T +61 7 5463 7600

W www.plasvacc.com

E plasmail@plasvacc.com

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COLLINGWOOD, INNER NE MELBOURNE, VIC - FULL TIME SMALL ANIMAL/REFERRAL, ICU MANAGER

ICU Veterinary Manager

The Centre for Animal Referral and Emergency (CARE) is seeking a clinician with ICU/emergency experience to manage and lead its growing team of veterinarians within the ICU.

About CARE
CARE is a busy, well-equipped, privately-owned, multi-specialist veterinary hospital located in Collingwood, on the fringe of Melbourne’s inner-CBD. It maintains a strong emphasis on the standard of patient and client care and is distinguished by the cooperative and complementary involvement of specialist emergency and critical care, surgery, internal medicine, neurology, and diagnostic imaging services.

The emergency and critical care service receives internal and external case referrals, as well as numerous primary accession patients. Its operation is focused on the provision of exemplary after-hours patient care and the achievement of optimal outcomes for clients, patients, and their referring veterinarians.

The Position
This role would involve both professional and organisational aspects, with the focus on the maintenance and improvement of the operation, practices, and teamwork of the section. It would suit a thoughtful, team-oriented yet ambitious veterinarian with clinical experience in emergency and critical care. The ideal candidate would appreciate the rewards and challenges of working in the ICU, and work with the team to encourage commitment, creativity, and enthusiasm. To achieve this, prior management or clinical leadership experience would be considered advantageous.

The position frequently demands mature and considerate problem-solving. There is a requirement for initiative and independent work as well as an interest and ability to cooperate, in a balanced way, with both clinical and managerial teams. Although the role relates primarily to the veterinary team, it operates in conjunction with the hospital Nursing Manager and an understanding, and respect for, the importance of integration with nursing and other staff teams within the hospital is critical.

The role includes:

The position is full-time commencing in early/mid 2020. The successful applicant will receive a generous salary package, including support and encouragement for the pursuit of further relevant education, four weeks of vacation leave and one week of study leave per annum. Beyond this though, the opportunity exists join an established ICU team in a supportive multi-specialist clinical environment to primarily influence the further evolution of the service with the genuine and active support of hospital management.

Selection criteria:
Mandatory:

Desirable:

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

Note, the successful applicant for the role will be required to undergo a National Police Check.

Work at CARE
The successful applicant will enjoy:

How to Apply
Applications and enquiries should be directed to careers@carevet.com.au

Applications must include an introductory cover letter, and current CV (including contact details for references).

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ADDINGTON, SOUTH-WEST CHRISTCHURCH - FULL OR PART TIME SMALL ANIMAL, SPECIALIST SURGEON Sponsor

Vetspecs is a dedicated, small animal specialist surgical facility and the only specialist surgical referral practice in the South Island. Our team currently has two experienced specialist surgeons on-board, from national and international waters, and a dedicated team of excellent vet nurses and support staff. We are located in central Christchurch and share a building with an after-hours clinic, allowing our patients to receive 24/7 care.

We are currently seeking a recently qualified, board eligible or experienced board-certified surgeon to join our team. We commonly use a team approach and ample opportunity exists for in-house collaboration performing advanced orthopaedic, neurological, oncologic and soft tissue surgery. Our clinic has access to the best in advanced imaging (CT, MRI) and physiotherapy rehabilitation.

We encourage and promote our surgeons’ involvement within the veterinary community, by regularly hosting continuing education events both locally and regionally.

For more information about our clinic, visit us at https://www.vetspecs.co.nz/

The role is flexible and whilst there is a demand for a full-time position over 4 days per week, we can negotiate your hours and days of work.

More about you!
Applicants must be a qualified small animal surgical specialist, with eligibility to be accepted by the ACVS, ECVS, or a Fellow of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists. We will also consider applicants who are board eligible or that have newly completed a residency and are waiting to take boards. You are welcome to email us for more information about this or you can refer directly to our Veterinary Council requirements for specialist eligibility in New Zealand www.vetcouncil.org.nz

Above all else, however, we value a someone who is a team player; committed to our patients and clients; and is keen to be a part of our specialist team. We strongly believe and encourage work/life balance and try to be flexible in accommodating requests.

Why Christchurch?
Christchurch is the second biggest city in New Zealand and the largest in the South Island. It has an international airport and destinations such as Nelson, Blenheim, Queenstown and Wanaka are within driving distance. Christchurch was one of the first settlements in New Zealand and is well known for its English Heritage and history, the city is surrounded by beautiful parks and gardens which are easily accessed for cycling or walking. There is a vibrant “café culture” with numerous options including fine dining, gastro pubs, bistros, street food and award-winning wineries located in the Canterbury region.  If the great outdoors is of interest, Christchurch is very close to ski fields, tramping, beaches, floatable rivers and unique New Zealand bush and fauna.

Check out all that Christchurch has to offer here: https://www.christchurchnz.com/new-zealand/

 What we can offer you:

Sounds great! How do I apply?
Whether you are seeking a new career direction, a lifestyle change, a challenge or a relocation to a new environment, we would love to have a chat.

Please contact Tayla Hayes, Recruitment Team Leader, via thayes@nvcltd.com.au or 0407 300 263 or Apply Now

This position offers a negotiable base salary between ($120,000 - $180,000) (pro rata for part-time), dependent on the suitable applicant’s skills and experience. Whilst NVC seeks to source applicants who meet the above criteria and skill set, alternative applicant’s may still be considered. In these cases, the base salary is subject to change to suit.

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PALMERSTON/YARRAWONGA, DARWIN, NT - FULL OR PART TIME SMALL ANIMAL Sponsor

Passion and Compassion

Our small animal vet clinic and wildlife hospital is looking for one more exceptional vet. We are located in Darwin, in the tropical Northern Territory.

The Ark Animal Hospital is an established small animal clinic, but also main provider of veterinary care for exotics, birds and wildlife.

Our clinic is more than just a vet clinic:

Why join The Ark?

Please click here to see photos! photos

Our clinic is not the average veterinary clinic, we do care for our community, offer free wildlife service, free cat desexing and more, so if you are a vet by passion, you will find your “family” here.

Our ideal candidate will possess the following:

We offer:

The Ark Animal Hospital is an approved sponsor for oversea vets and we are happy to sponsor you on a 457/482 employer sponsored longer term visa. Overseas vets who are registerable in Australia are welcome to apply.

Apply today and contact us so we can discuss options. Preferred start as soon as possible.

Contact Andrea: manager@thearkvet.com or call 08 8932 9738.

www.thearkvet.com

The Ark Animal Hospital
56 Georgina Crescent
Yarrawonga/ Palmerston
NT 0830

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TOWNSVILLE, QUEENSLAND'S NE COAST - FULL TIME SMALL ANIMAL, INTERNAL MEDICINE CLINICIAN New Position

JCUVet Small Animal Internal Medicine Clinician, Townsville, Queensland

About us
JCUVet is a multi-disciplinary teaching facility, which offers a full service general practice and referral services including small animal internal medicine, surgery, anaesthesia, emergency and critical care. We provide our referral, emergency and critical care services to a wide catchment area across north Queensland ensuring an interesting and varied case load for all disciplines. The primary purpose of the hospital is to provide clinical tuition to 5th veterinary students across all of the services.

Established in 2010, we are a young hospital with expanding in-house referral services, as well as visiting specialist services including cardiology, dermatology and surgery services. We are building teams that provide exemplary patient care in a professional and supportive environment. Our goal is to secure experienced professional staff and support them with generous CE, career development, competitive remuneration and a great work life balance.

JCU Vet is a well-equipped purpose built hospital which offers a wide range of diagnostic, laboratory and monitoring equipment, including:

Please click here to see photos! photos

About the position
We are currently seeking a full-time Internal Medicine clinician. The position is primarily clinical with the opportunity to explore academic and research interests. The successful applicant would work in conjunction with the academic medicine clinicians to provide clinical tuition for 5th year students. JCUVet encourages career development and learning for both our own staff and the referring veterinarians. The SAIM clinician would contribute to in-house CE, clinician rounds and journal clubs and our continuing education program for referring veterinarians.

Student teaching and mentorship
The SAIM clinician works closely with the Academic Specialists to enable students to demonstrate and practice theoretical knowledge. Responsibilities include overseeing student case management, case rounds, tutorials, orientations and student assessment.

Research and academic opportunities
JCU Vet is committed to career progression for all employees. We encourage employee to develop their academic interests and offer support for research opportunities, publications and development of future intern or resident programs. We work closely with the James Cook University Veterinary School, enabling access to university services, which aid academic activity.

Skills and Experience
Essential attributes

Desirable attributes

What we offer
The successful candidates will receive:

We live in a beautiful, sunny part of the world next to the tropical rainforest and the Great Barrier Reef, all without the hassle and expense of inner-city living. Townsville is great for families and has plenty of outdoor activities such a hiking, mountain bike riding, fishing, diving and camping. Magnetic Island provides a mixture of beaches, walks and adventure sports along with reef dives and snorkelling, and the beautiful rainforests of Paluma are less than an hour’s drive away. The city is small and easy to get around yet has plenty of restaurants and an active nightlife alongside museums, botanic gardens, and a new world-class stadium.

If you would like to learn more about the advertised position or submit an application (CV and cover letter) please contact our clinical coordinator Elizabeth Bertram.

Elizabeth Bertram RVN
Clinical Coordinator
JCUVet
(07) 4781 3600
Elizabeth.bertram@jcu.edu.au

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YOKINE, NORTHERN PERTH, WA - FULL OR PART TIME SMALL ANIMAL/EMERGENCY, VET MANAGER New Position

Veterinary Manager
Perth Vet Emergency, Yokine, WA
Full-Time or Part-Time (30hours minimum) fixed-term position

Are you a motivated and compassionate leader looking to take the next step in your career?

Challenge yourself in this highly rewarding role by helping to expand the capacity and capabilities of our Veterinary team.

Supported by our Hospital Director, Dr Penny Seet (BSc BVMS MANZCVS - Emergency and Critical Care, Medicine of Cats), this is an opportunity for an experienced or aspiring leader to help PVE provide veterinary services that delight our clients and patients. This position would ideally suit someone who has a proven history of successfully managing a team and contributing positively to the organisation’s goals. You will have ample opportunity to delve into team dynamics, problem solve and develop skills and abilities among much more. As such, a love of building relationships and inspiring performance is needed to succeed.

About PVE
PVE is a busy and progressive 24-hour emergency clinic situated in Yokine, central Perth. We are a trusted leader in Emergency and Critical Care (ECC) for small animals and our vision is to set the highest possible standard for ECC medicine in Australia. We accomplish this by consistently providing quality services for small animals, whilst maintaining close relationships with our primary care veterinary practices. We have an inclusive and compassionate team of Client Care Representatives, Management, Nurses and Veterinarians.

You will also get to enjoy living in the bustling, growing and beautiful Perth! There is never a shortage of things to do here and the beaches are some of the best in the world. With five week’s annual leave, plus another week’s leave for professional development per year, you will have ample opportunity to relax and enjoy some downtime also.

Please click here to see photos! photos

Main responsibilities of the role
We are seeking someone who is passionate about helping our team achieve their goals and fostering a culture of continual development and operational excellence. You will have the opportunity to share your knowledge and mentor our veterinary team, who are at various stages in their career. We will consider both full-time and part-time (minimum 30 hours per week) applicants.

Specific tasks include:

What we look for in our leaders

To Apply
Applicants that are interested in full time or part time work are welcome to apply. With a balance of rostered clinical shifts and dedicated management hours, the Veterinary Manager role is flexible in its rostering, given PVE is open 24/7. Applicants are encouraged to contact Dr Penny Seet (see below contact details) to discuss their preferred availability / possible restrictions. The salary for this position is competitive and commensurate with experience.

If you have any questions, or to discuss the role further, please contact Penny Seet, PVE Hospital Director, on (08) 6244 2584 or pseet@pve.net.au for a confidential discussion.

Please send your resume and cover letter to careers@aes.email quoting reference number PVEVM2006.

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FYSHWICK, CANBERRA, ACT - FULL TIME SMALL ANIMAL, SURGICAL & MEDICINE SPECIALISTS

SMALL ANIMAL SPECIALIST SURGEON
The Animal Referral Hospital – Canberra, ACT
Job Number: CB2003

About ARH Canberra
ARH Canberra is an around the clock service to the community for their beloved pets. We offer referral services Monday – Friday 8am – 6pm and emergency care all other hours. The referral service is comprised of specialist surgeons including an orthopaedic surgeon, soft tissue surgeon and a Medicine specialist. The team is supported by Residents, Interns and highly qualified vet nurses. We pride ourselves on high quality around the clock care by our highly trained team. The facility has 2 surgical theatres, treatment area and a dedicated room for CT and X-rays. The expansion of services has led ARH Canberra to building a new purpose built 1100 square meter (approx. 12,000 square foot) facility due to open in 2021.

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The Position
We are currently seeking several Small Animal Specialists to join the ARH Canberra Team. Due to increased case load we are looking for one to two small animal surgeons, a medicine specialist and other ancillary specialists to join our growing team. Successful candidates will be able to take on cases independently but remain part of a group for support and discussion. Our specialists are supported by an expertly trained and highly experienced team of veterinary professionals and are expected to lead by example, sharing their knowledge and experience with others so we can grow together.

Team fit is very important to us, so we are looking for individuals who have excellent communication, organisation and time management skills and have a passion for outcomes, patient care and excellent clinical service. A very competitive salary package is on offer, including sign on bonus, participation in incentive plans plus relocation.

The positions are available immediately through to 12 months from now. We are also keen to hear from Veterinarians who have finished Residency programs and are studying for board certification.

Canberra is Australia's capital city with a pleasant cool climate. Canberra has excellent facilities such as schools, shopping and outdoor activities (Mt biking, hiking, fishing etc), is 2 hours from the snow fields and 2 hours to excellent surf beaches. It offers a lifestyle that cannot be matched in any other Australian capital city.

For a confidential conversation about your next career move, please contact Kathy Ikonomidis, Group Human Resources Manager at k.ikonomidis@arhvets.com

Animal Referral Hospital Canberra
15/2 Yallourn St
Fyshwick ACT 2609
www.arhvets.com

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BRISBANE, QLD - SMALL ANIMAL ONCOLOGY, INTERNAL MEDICINE & NEUROLOGY SPECIALISTSSponsor

Board certified specialists (or residency trained) in SMALL ANIMAL ONCOLOGY, INTERNAL MEDICINE AND NEUROLOGY SOUGHT

Queensland Veterinary Specialist’s (QVS) is seeking registered specialists (or residency trained) in small animal veterinary medical oncology, internal medicine and neurology. 

About QVS:

QVS is Australia’s longest established, privately owned 24/7 specialist hospital, in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Based across two sites, QVS is within easy reach of the CBD and the beautiful Sunshine and Gold Coasts. We are committed to providing compassionate, progressive, evidence-based care that supports the animal-owner bond. We are a diverse group of specialists, technicians and support members (numbering over 150) that work in a jovial, cohesive and enjoyable environment. Current disciplines include internal medicine, surgery, emergency and critical care, theriogenology, dermatology, and cardiology with plans to expand beyond this.

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Our world-class, purpose built, 1100m2 hospital will be opening in early 2021. The hospital is in Stafford and will complement our recently built hospital in Northlakes. Large investments have been made to ensure both hospitals are equipped to practice at the highest level. Facilities include a brand new 1.5 T Siemens MRI and CT, multiple digital radiography suites, Philips fluoroscopy, Esoate ultrasound machines, flexible and rigid endoscopy towers and diode and CO2 laser equipment. PetCT and RT are accessible. 

About Brisbane:

South East Queensland is home to Queensland’s capital Brisbane as well as the Sunshine Coast and the Gold Coast. There are truly great places to live, holiday, relax and play. From the city to the country, the beach to the rainforests, Queensland has it all. The World Heritage listed Great Barrier Reef and islands are a short trip for a weekend away. Despite being Australia’s third most populous city (over 3.6 million), commute times are short, living is relaxed, schools are excellent, house blocks are large, and the people are easy going. It is a superb location to explore, play and raise a family. 

The Position:

The opportunity exists for one or more specialists in veterinary oncology / internal medicine / neurology to join a hospital with an established case load in each discipline. You will be warmly accepted by the staff and be supported in your pursuit to grow your respective service.

The working hours of the position are flexible and negotiable. The position will be either part- or full-time depending on the availability of the successful applicant.

An attractive remuneration package will be negotiated, including four weeks’ annual leave, one week of study leave, 10 days sick leave and accrued long-service leave annually (full time pro-rata).

On offer:

Expressions of interest:

For a confidential discussion about this opportunity, please contact Dr Lucas Beierer, Director and Surgeon at Lucas.Beierer@qldvetspecialists.com.au

www.qldvetspecialists.com.au

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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 Kathy Ikonomidis, Group HR Manager at k.ikonomidis@arhvets.com. 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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COLLINGWOOD, INNER NORTH EAST MELBOURNE - FULL OR PART TIME SPECIALIST IN RADIOLOGY

Specialist in Veterinary Radiology

The Centre for Animal Referral and Emergency (CARE) is seeking a registered specialist in veterinary radiology to join our friendly team.

About CARE

CARE is a busy, well-equipped, privately-owned, multi-specialist veterinary hospital located in Collingwood, on the fringe of Melbourne’s inner-CBD. It maintains a strong emphasis on the standard of patient and client care and is distinguished by the cooperative and complimentary involvement of specialist emergency and critical care, surgery, internal medicine, neurology, and diagnostic imaging services.  The working environment is friendly and constructive, and the caseload moderated to allow emphasis on the quality, rather than the quantity, of patient care.

Existing diagnostic imaging facilities include digital radiography, Phillips Affinity 50G ultrasound, Siemens Somatom 16-slice CT and Phillips BV29 mobile C-arm fluoroscopy with digital subtraction angiography. Beyond this, there is a strong commitment to the continued expansion and advancement of on-site imaging facilities, with PACS system and digital radiography upgrades in process and future plans for high-field MRI installation.

The position

An opportunity exists for a specialist in diagnostic imaging who enjoys and values integration and positive interaction with specialists in other clinical fields with the intention of optimising patient management. This clinical exposure has the potential to be interesting and rewarding, and the direct involvement of the diagnostic imaging specialist in clinical problem solving is well established, welcomed, and well respected among existing staff of the hospital.

The position involves performing and providing reports for diagnostic ultrasound examinations, the ad hoc provision of diagnostic imaging advice and interpretation to facilitate case management within the hospital, responding to email enquiries from bona fide referring veterinarians for assessment of diagnostic images and, when possible, the provision of written reports for CT studies performed within the hospital.

Further to the clinical aspects of the role, the diagnostic imaging specialist is central in the provision of advice on the purchase and upgrade of diagnostic imaging equipment and the ongoing expansion of existing imaging services at CARE. Active involvement in the provision of staff continuing education and contribution to the maintenance of diagnostic imaging protocols would be expected.

The working hours of the position are flexible and negotiable, being either part or full time depending on the availability of the successful applicant, and do not typically involve after-hours work.  An attractive remuneration package would be negotiated, including four weeks’ annual leave and one week of study leave annually (full time pro-rata). Relocation assistance is available for successful interstate or international candidates.

How to apply

Applications, including letter of intent and CV, or any enquiries, should be directed to Ms Kelley Johnson at kjohnson@carevet.com.au

See our website https://carevet.com.au/

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GLEBE, INNER WESTERN SYDNEY - PART TIME EXOTICS / SMALL ANIMAL New Position

At The Wild Vet, we're looking to expand our team!

Our Small Animal and Exotics Veterinary Hospital opened in February 2020, and are looking for a new part-time vet to join our team.

Located in Glebe NSW, we’re looking for an experienced veterinarian with a friendly, easy-going attitude. The ideal candidate will be competent in small animal medicine and surgery, and will also (ideally) have some exotics and wildlife experience (or at least the willingness to learn!). No after-hours, but the role will involve some sole-charge shifts.

We provide a high standard of care to both small animals and exotics/wildlife, and focus on quality over quantity when it comes to patients. We treat clients and their pets like family members, and are looking for a new vet who will do the same. Our amazing nurses help by obtaining histories, billing consultations, drawing up medications, and phoning to check up on patients - so you can focus on ensuring your patients receive the best care possible!

Our beautiful clinic is fully equipped with all the essential toys - ultrasound, DR radiography, iM3 dental machine, dental radiography, in-house haematology, & biochemistry, and much more. We have 3 consultation rooms, and will eventually have 5 full-time vets and 10 nurses, so we would love to find the right person to join our rapidly growing team!

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We're looking for a vet for 2-3 days per week initially, and one or two weekends per month. Transitioning to a full-time role is also possible in the future. Renumeration based on experience.

For more information, or to apply, email us at admin@thewildvet.com.au

Visit: thewildvet.com.au and

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KURRALTA PARK, SW ADELAIDE, SA - FULL TIME, PART TIME & CASUAL SMALL ANIMAL, MEDICINE SPECIALISTS

Small Animal Medicine Specialist
Adelaide Animal Emergency and Referral Centre – Adelaide, Australia
Job Number: AD2020

About us
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 role
The AAERC is now recruiting for a small animal medicine specialist to join the team on a permanent and/or casual basis. Both full time and part-time positions would be considered. Eligible candidates will be board-certified and eligible for registration as a specialist veterinarian in South Australia.

The successful candidate will enjoy a diverse caseload and working as part of a good-humoured team, which includes other board-certified specialists, radiology support and is complemented by a full cohort of clinical, admin and support staff. The centre provides high standards of clinical care with patient outcomes front and centre.

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, 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
If you would like to understand more about this opportunity, please contact Kathy Ikonomidis, Group HR Manager, at k.ikonomidis@arhvets.com. Applicants are also encouraged to visit https://aaerc.com.au/ and https://www.arhvets.com.au/ for more information about the group’s services.

To apply, please send your updated CV to recruitment@arhvets.com quoting job number ‘AD2020’ in the subject line of your email.

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

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