Non - General Practice Vacancies:
Industry, University, Specialist, Wildlife/Exotic, Mobile Services, Telemedicine, Remote Work

Summary: (please scroll down to see details of all jobs)

  1. Hong Kong - Pets Central North Point Hospital - small animal referral/hospital, Specialist/Senior Vet
  2. Falkland Islands - Stanley - The Veterinary Services of the Falkland Islands Government, 3 vet mixed practice, Veterinary Officer photos new
  3. NT - Darwin Based - AMRRIC - 3 vet small animal management program, Regional Program Manager photos
  4. NT - Darwin - Yarrawonga - 5 vet small animal & wildlife/exotic practice photos
  5. QLD - Sunshine Coast - Eumundi - small animal/wildlife/welfare practice photos
  6. QLD - Moreton Bay Region - Murrumba Downs - 5 vet small animal & exotics practice, Avian & Exotics vet
  7. QLD - Brisbane W - Kenmore - 6 vet small animal/mobile practice - full or part time photos
  8. QLD - Brisbane Inner SE - Woolloongabba - small animal group practice, Regional Clinical Director Brisbane East photos new
  9. NSW - Northern Rivers - Wollongbar - 2 vet wildlife practice, Lead Vet
  10. NSW - Central Tablelands - Orange - NSW Local Land Services - District Vet New Graduates welcome photos
  11. NSW - Lower Hunter - Greenhills - 3.5 vet small animal/koalas practice New Graduates welcome sponsorship available photos
  12. NSW - Sydney North Shore - Artarmon - Emergency Centre - Criticalist / ECC Consultant photos
  13. NSW - Sydney North Shore - Artarmon - NSVH - specialist & emergency centre - Exotics Vet photos New
  14. NSW - Sydney - North Ryde - SASH - avian/exotics, Registrar or Specialist New
  15. NSW - Sydney NW - Macquarie Park - VetPartners - small animal group practice, Veterinary Manager
  16. NSW - Sydney & Surrounds - Monterey-Based - 3 vet small animal/mobile/telehealth behaviour practice photos
  17. NSW - Sydney Inner W, E & S - small animal, mobile vet vans photos
  18. NSW - Inner W & SW Sydney - University of Sydney - Clinical Residency in Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation (Equine) new
  19. NSW - Sydney W - Mount Druitt - ARH - new referral hospital, Small Animal Medicine Specialist photos new
  20. NSW - Sydney Inner S - Rosebery - Emergency & Specialists - Internal Medicine Specialist photos
  21. NSW - Sydney Inner SE - Darlinghurst - Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute, Animal Welfare Officer New
  22. NSW - Sutherland Shire - Miranda - Specialist practice, Specialist Cardiologist photos
  23. NSW - Sutherland Shire - Miranda - Specialist practice, Specialist Neurologist photos
  24. NSW - Sutherland Shire - Miranda - Specialist practice, Specialist Medical Oncologist photos
  25. NSW - Riverina - Griffith - Local Land Services - District Vet New Graduates welcome photos New
  26. VIC - Goulburn Valley - Shepparton - 2 vet small animal/exotics group practice New Graduates welcome photos New
  27. VIC - Melbourne W - Werribee - small animal teaching hospital, ECC position photos
  28. VIC - Melbourne Inner - Collingwood - CARE - Veterinary Manager ( ICU & Emergency) Sponsor
  29. VIC - Melbourne Inner - North Melbourne - The Lost Dogs Home - small animal/welfare practice, Volunteer Board Member New
  30. VIC - Melbourne SE - Malvern East - 7 vet ophthalmology only practice, Staff Ophthalmologist
  31. TAS - Southern Hobart - Sandy Bay - 2 vet small animal/exotics practice New Graduates welcome photos
  32. SA - Clare Valley - Mintaro - pharmaceuticals, farm animal positionNew Graduates welcome photos New
  33. SA - Adelaide Inner SW - Plympton Veterinary Clinic - 3 vet small animal/wildlife practice New Graduates welcome Sponsor
  34. WA - Wheatbelt - Northam - DPIRD - Veterinary Officer (Field Intern) 24 months fixed term New Graduates welcomephotos New
  35. WA - Perth N - Yokine - emergency centre - Vet Manager vacancy photos
  36. WA - Perth - Murdoch University - Small Animal rotating traineeship, start July 2024 New Graduates welcomephotos New
  37. WA - Perth S - Manning - 3 vet small animal/specialist practice, Ophthalmologist
  38. WA - Perth S - City of Rockingham - Baldivis - 14 vet small animal/equine practice, Ophthalmologist Sponsor photos New

DARLINGHURST, INNER SE SYDNEY, NSW - ANIMAL WELFARE OFFICER New Position

Animal Welfare Officer

Permanent, part-time 4 days a week
Onsite. Darlinghurst, Sydney, NSW
Reporting to: Deputy CEO

About you

Your extensive veterinary experience and deep understanding of the ethical use of animals in research set you apart. You possess excellent problem-solving abilities, strong analytical and critical thinking skills, and can handle complex situations with empathy and integrity. Your communication skills enable you to effectively interact with staff at all levels, fostering a supportive and open dialogue.

Above all, you are a dedicated and compassionate professional with a strong commitment to animal welfare. You bring your experience developing and delivering training to educate others and ensure that the highest standards of animal welfare are maintained.

The role

Our BioCORE Facility is essential to our heart research, providing high-standard laboratory animals, facilities, services, and compassionate animal care. As the Animal Welfare Officer (AWO), you will be responsible for overseeing the welfare of animals used in research, ensuring compliance with relevant codes and regulations, and promoting ethical practices. You will provide leadership, veterinary services, technical support, and education across all research areas involving animals, focusing particularly on small laboratory animals (i.e. Rodents, Zebrafish, Medaka Fish and Xenopus Frogs).

What we will trust you with

Does this sound like you?

Essential

Desirable

About us

The Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute (the Institute) is dedicated to finding cures for cardiovascular disease and is one of the most respected heart research facilities in the world. Renowned for the quality of its breakthroughs, the Institute was established in 1994 and has grown to a team of more than 200 researchers from around the globe, working across five divisions.

A global centre-of-excellence, it integrates Cardiac Physiology and Transplantation, Developmental and Stem Cell Biology, Molecular Cardiology and Biophysics, Structural and Computational Biology, as well as Vascular Biology. At the Institute, we translate our discoveries into new diagnostics, prevention, and treatment of cardiovascular disease - reducing the incidence, severity, and impact of heart disease.

What you will be proud of

Being part of an Institute that is not only dedicated to finding cures for cardiovascular disease, but one that also strives to ensure our employees and students enjoy a great working environment. We value and are committed to providing a safe working environment that embraces diversity, gender equity and promote flexible working arrangements for all employees.

We encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply. We also welcome applicants with diverse educational backgrounds, professional knowledge, personality types, thinking styles and life experiences. If you have a disability or special need that requires accommodation, please let us know.

What we offer

Come and work with us & help make a difference.

How to apply:

To apply for this role, please apply directly via our website.

footprint bullet Back to top


SYDNEY-BASED, NSW - SMALL ANIMAL, VET MANAGER

Veterinary Manager

What's on Offer:
Join a Values led organisation; a company that makes a difference to the health & well-being of our most loved pets!

Excellent benefits, including retail discounts, a fitness passport, and Mental Health accredited workplace.

Your New Chapter:
Join our team as the Veterinary Manager and take on a dynamic role where you'll be the driving force behind the clinical growth of a region of veterinary clinics. Your mission? To champion excellence in care standards, nurture talent, diagnose profitability challenges, and ensure clinical governance assurance.

As the Vet Manager, you'll be the linchpin in achieving both clinical and business success, collaborating closely with Regional Managers and clinic leaders to set the bar high. You'll serve as the voice of veterinary expertise within the regional operations team, shaping strategies for success.

Key Responsibilities:

Qualifications and Skills:

Key Competencies:

If you are a motivated and strategic thinker with a passion for animal care best practices, we invite you to apply for this exciting opportunity to contribute to our company's growth and success.

How To Apply:
Sound Like you? Join Us. Grow You. Click the Apply Button and please submit your resume, a cover letter detailing your relevant experience.

VetPartners is committed to Equal Employment Opportunities. We are committed to being an inclusive, diverse, and flexible workplace where differences are valued. We welcome people of all backgrounds, experience, and abilities.

A note to recruitment agencies: We are not accepting candidates from recruitment agencies.  We do not accept unsolicited agency resumes and are not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes.  No agencies required.

Apply Online

footprint bullet Back to top


SHEPPARTON, GOULBURN VALLEY - SMALL ANIMAL/EXOTICSNew Graduates welcome New Position

New Graduate or Recent Veterinarian – Fur Life Vet Shepparton

New or recent graduate veterinarian wanted to join our modern and progressive clinic.

Excellent new and recent graduate support from our clinic and company.

80% Companion Animal | 20% Exotics

About us:

Fur Life Vet Shepparton is a purpose built, modern small animal clinic. We have an experienced and supportive team of vets, nurses and receptionists and we pride ourselves on working together and providing a high standard of care to the clients and patients in our local community.

We take pride in ensuring that our patients have a positive experience at our clinic and offer separate canine and feline consulting rooms, spacious waiting areas, dedicated cat ward, and a euthanasia/visiting room. The clinic is well equipped with digital x-ray, IM3 dental, dental x-ray, Idexx biochemistry and haematology, Imagyst cytology, in house laboratory, ultrasound and everything you could ask for to be an excellent vet.

As we are a regional practice, we see a variety of cases, from routine surgery, preventative care, and dentistry to emergencies including snakebites, toxicities, and complicated cases requiring work up. We have all the toys located at our clinic that will allow you to provide excellent patient care and thorough work ups.

We have a variety of travelling specialists that come into the clinic that you can refer your patients to so you can see your cases through to the end.

Our team is important to us therefore we conduct weekly paid team meetings and team training, to ensure that we are always offering best practice care to our clients and patients. Being a part of Apiam means being a part of a community, and you can find endless support in all areas.

Please click here to see photos! photos

About the position:

About you:

We are looking for positive individuals who are capable of working efficiently and conscientiously within a team environment. Our small team is very supportive and enjoy learning from each other. We generally work together to manage our cases as a veterinary team rather than working alone on individual cases.

We are looking for a confident and enthusiastic person with great communication skills and a friendly and positive attitude to work. We want someone who is prepared to take advantage of the opportunities available from our clinic and our company and be proactive in their development.

What we can offer:

Generous salary package including a base salary of $75,000 for new grads + super

As well as benefits valued up to $20,000 to help you manage your work-life balance including:

As part of Apiam Animal Health, Australia’s largest rural and regional mixed and production animal veterinary group, we offer considerable opportunities for training, personal development, and career progression. Opportunities to gain extra skills by spending time in other clinics within our Apiam network are encouraged, and we offer industry-leading internal training as well as genuine support for your career progression.

New Graduate Benefits: New and recently graduated vets benefit from Apiam’s Graduate Development Program. We recognize that the transition to practice can be a challenging time. This program includes monthly structured support through the Lincoln Institute, a mentor program and the “Grad Retreat” which provides practical seminars and workshops to help fast track your skills.

Next Steps:

Please contact Corinne on 0458 387 478 to chat about the position. Otherwise for more information email recruitment@apiam.com.au or apply here with your cover letter and resume.

footprint bullet Back to top


BALDIVIS, CITY OF ROCKINGHAM, WA - SMALL ANIMAL/EQUINE, OPHTHALMOLOGIST Sponsor New Position

Hi I’m Dr Rob,

I started Baldivis Vet Hospital 40 years ago on my parents dairy farm and I’m still here enjoying being a part of the practice. I’m supported by an amazing team and a state of the art animal hospital providing 24/7 care for small animals and horses.

We urgently need an eye doctor.

Our animal eye doctor is retiring on the 28th of June and we have no idea how we are going to replace him. He’s been with us for 30 years, we are so privileged to work with him and we lost count of how many eyes he’s saved not long after he started with us.

We are excited at providing the opportunity of a lifetime for another animal eye doctor.

If you’ve worked as a veterinary ophthalmologist you will know how things go…… and we’d love to chat with you.

If you have a special interest in eyes we are keen to chat with you as well…..

Our mission is Love and excellent veterinary care 24 hours every day so your eye patients will be cared for 24 hours every day.

Why Baldivis?

We provide a comprehensive range of services including a small animal practice to generate ophthalmic caseload, emergency, advanced surgery and equine. We’d love to include veterinary ophthalmology in our list of services….. help us out.

Opthamolgy currently has its own consulting room, access to 3 small animal surgeries, 4 treatment rooms, dentistry suite and equine surgery.

Please click here to see photos! photos

We couldn’t do all this without the efforts of a great team, you can become part of this team!

We have 5 shareholders whom work within the practice so you’ll never have to answer to a corporate owner….

Baldivis is an amazing area to live, it’s where urban meets rural so you have the best of both, access to great beaches, abundant schools….We are an approved sponsor if require a visa…..

Why else would you love us..?

We will pay you a good salary above industry standards while you pursue your passion…

No on call…

If you can help us out, email robdavies@baldivisvet.com.au or call 0407 241 466.

footprint bullet Back to top


WOOLLOONGABBA, INNER SOUTH EAST BRISBANE - REGIONAL VET CLINICAL DIRECTOR New Position

Greencross Regional Veterinary Clinical Director – Brisbane East

Greencross Vets is one of the leading veterinary groups in Australia, with a network of state-of-the-art clinics and a team of dedicated professionals, we are committed to providing the highest standards of veterinary care. Our clinics are equipped with cutting-edge technology and are staffed by experienced veterinarians, nurses and support staff who share a passion for animal health and well-being.

Please click here to see photos! photos

Job Description

As a Regional Clinical Director at Greencross Vets, you will play a vital role in maintaining and enhancing the quality of veterinary services across multiple clinics in the region. You will spend time working clinically within your clinics to help train and develop the veterinarians in each site. Identifying training needs through this, will help guide a team of talented veterinarians and support staff, fostering a culture of collaboration through team-based consulting and high clinical standards.

Responsibilities:

Qualifications

Additional Information

Join the Greencross Vets family and make a difference in the lives of pets and their owners across the region. If you are ready to take the next step in your veterinary career and embrace the challenge of being a Regional Clinical Director, apply here now!

Alternatively, reach out to Angela Goldman on 0412 966 031 and angela.goldman@gxltd.com.au for a confidential chat.

footprint bullet Back to top


SANDY BAY, SOUTHERN HOBART, TAS - SMALL ANIMAL/EXOTICS New Graduates welcome

Are you a Veterinarian who is passionate about tailored patient care and building relationships with your patients and their Family? We are a privately owned small animal and exotics clinic in the heart of Hobart looking for a Veterinarian to join our team of dedicated professionals. We offer a supportive, collaborative team environment and encourage a flexible roster to support your work life balance.

We have an amazing client base who are typically very proactive in their veterinary care. The majority of our patients are dogs and cats, but we do see birds, rabbits, guinea pigs, rats, and mice allowing us to work on a wide variety of cases of differing complexity.

If you don’t have a desire to work with exotics, we’re happy to only schedule you cats and dogs.

We strive to create great relationships with all of our clients and make them feel comfortable to trust us with the care of their pets.

In an already mentally taxing profession we strive to ensure we don’t have added pressures of abusive clients or poor work culture. If a client becomes abusive, they are no longer welcome as a client of our practice. All staff are treated as equals with kindness and respect at all times.

We have a high nurse to vet ratio to ensure you have support while consulting, they are there to write notes, prepare medications and restrain animals so you don’t have to do it all on your own.

Please click here to see photos! photos

Located in Sandy Bay Tasmania, 5 minutes from the centre of Hobart it is only a short walk to the beach and many local cafes/restaurants. Tasmania is a beautiful place to live, with something for everyone whether you are looking for adventure or relaxing by the fire at a beautiful winery.

What we can provide for you

About you

Part time preferred, but full time and casual hours are available for the right candidate.

New and recent grads are encouraged to apply.

If you would like to discuss the role further, or apply with your resume and cover letter, please contact Eloise Randall Practice Manager.
Mayfair Veterinary Clinic
Sandy Bay, Tasmania
practicemanager@mayfairvetclinic.com.au

footprint bullet Back to top


NORTH POINT, HONG KONG - SMALL ANIMAL SPECIALIST / SENIOR VETERINARIAN SPECIALIST

Specialist / Senior Veterinarian in Small Animal Medicine / Surgery Required - North Point

Hong Kong is an exciting city and a gateway to Asia where you enjoy low tax rates and good indoor / outdoor leisure facilities for time off.  Pets Central is a veterinary group in Hong Kong with 4 practices, comprising a referral hospital, an ER/Care 24 hours hospital, 2 general practices, and a mobile clinic.

Specialist / Senior Veterinarian in Small Animal Medicine / Surgery

WE OFFER

Overseas applicants will receive support with registration in Hong Kong. If you are interested, please send your letter of interest and resume to hr@pets-central.com

Preliminary enquiries can be directed to drpauline@pets-central.com

Our website: www.pets-central.com

Personal data collected will be used for recruitment purpose only.

footprint bullet Back to top


PERTH - VET MANAGER - SMALL ANIMAL EMERGENCY TEAM

An exciting opportunity has opened up for a passionate Vet Manager to support and lead the Perth Vet Emergency team in their Yokine clinic!

About Us

Animal Emergency Australia (AEA) is a network of independent emergency hospitals, general practices, veterinary support, and educational services across Australia. At our core, AEA exists to help veterinary professionals do and be their best. We invest in our team members' work-life balance, career progression, and personal development, empowering them to excel in the field of veterinary medicine while making a meaningful impact on the lives of animals.

About the Clinic

Perth Vet Emergency (PVE) Yokine is one of Australia's leading emergency and critical care referral centres. We deliver world class emergency veterinary medicine and gold standard patient care. We are always bustling with exciting cases and an energetic atmosphere. We have built a reputation for excellence, and we are now looking for a new leader to enhance our growing Veterinary team.

About the Role

We are seeking a dynamic and passionate Veterinary Manager for our hospital, based in Yokine, Perth. As an integral member of the leadership team, you will be responsible for providing the professional support to our clinical veterinary team in an environment that nurtures trust, respect and kindness. You will help educate and empower our team members, and provide an employer of choice environment for them to grow in. This role can include some after hours shift work and has a combination of clinical and non-clinical work. The Vet Manager ensure that daily operations run smoothly in the Practices, allowing veterinarians to focus on patients.

Please click here to see photos! photos

Responsibilities include:

All About You

The ideal applicant will be motivated, committed to patient care, able to lead and develop a team of veterinarians, and share a vision for a collaborative working environment, where referring veterinarians and pet owners receive personal gold standard service. We are looking for extraordinary people to join the team who are interested in learning and growing in their roles and believe in providing clients and their fur babies with the best solutions, delivered with love and empathy.

This role is flexible in that it offers a number of clinical and non clinical shifts, linked to level or remuneration.

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

Benefits and Cool Stuff

Next Steps

Apply now to join our passionate and highly skilled team to enjoy a collaborative, caring, supportive workplace, with genuine care for patients and clients alike. Send your CV to Tee at careers@aes.email or check out our website at Animal Emergency Australia

footprint bullet Back to top


EUMUNDI, SUNSHINE COAST, QLD - SMALL ANIMAL/WILDLIFE/WELFARE

VETERINARIAN
PART TIME – SUNSHINE COAST REGION

RSPCA Qld Wildlife Clinic presents an exciting opportunity for a qualified Veterinarian to join their team, working across the Sunshine Coast region and providing support to both Wildlife and Domestic operations.

About the RSPCA Qld Wildlife Hospital
RSPCA Queensland is a non-government, community-based charity dedicated to improving the lives of domestic, farmed, and native animals in Queensland. Our mission statement is simple but powerful: Together We Change Lives.

RSPCA Queensland has the largest and busiest Wildlife Hospital network in the state, providing care to over 24,000 native animals every year. There are many factors that impact our native animals: natural disasters such as bushfire and droughts, dog attacks, road accidents, disease and habitat loss.

Please click here to see photos! photos

About the role
RSPCA operates 7 days a week. The ideal candidate will be able to work across the Wildlife and Domestic animal space, providing support at the Eumundi Rehabilitation Centre, Gympie Animal Care Centre, Noosa Animal Care Centre, and Wacol Animal Care Campus as needed.

Who are we looking for?

This is a part-time position, working 22.8hrs per week across a 7-day roster and primarily based at our Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre at Eumundi, however this role will also be ideally providing veterinary support at the Gympie and Noosa Animal Care facilities. This position will involve a mix of day and evening shifts with regular weekend work required. Remuneration is based on qualifications, skills and experience. Previous welfare experience is an asset but not essential.

Benefits and culture

How to apply:
Please click here and follow the application instructions, including a copy of your resume and cover letter outlining the following:

Alternatively, email your application through to recruitment@rspcaqld.org.au

Equity
We are an equal opportunity employer, firmly committed to ensuring a fair and inclusive hiring process. We welcome applicants from all backgrounds, regardless of race, gender, age, religion, identity, or experience, to join our diverse team.

footprint bullet Back to top


MONTEREY-BASED, SYDNEY, NSW - SMALL ANIMAL MOBILE/TELEHEALTH BEHAVIOUR

Behaviour Veterinarian

Can’t stop talking about Behaviour? Neither can we!

Pet Behaviour Vet is looking for a vet with a strong interest in behavioural medicine to join a like-minded team who find behaviour as fascinating as you do! We are looking for someone to either work part or full-time.

What we do
Pet Behaviour Vet is a behaviour-only practice based in Monterey, Sydney, performing house call, phone and online behaviour consultations all over Sydney and surrounds. We also perform Vet-to-Vet teleconsultations, assisting GP vets in being able to perform their own behaviour consultations. As a large part of our caseload is by teleconsultation, much of the role can be performed from home, where we also complete our write-ups and email follow-ups.

Our practice is very well known and trusted in our community of referring vets, behaviourists and dog trainers, so our caseload is growing so fast that we need another vet to join our team!

Please click here to see photos! photos

Our point of difference
This is no ordinary vet practice, and this is not your average job!

Experience a refreshingly high compliance rate, as our clients are deeply committed to finding solutions for their pets’ behavioural problems. Our select clientele is usually referred by veterinarians or dog trainers, and many have already put a lot of work into educating themselves in behaviour.

Achieve better patient outcomes by observing and treating your patients in their own comfortable home environment where their behaviour is most true to form.

Play an integral role in keeping these animals in their homes and out of shelters.

Create long-term relationships with patients and their incredibly dedicated families who genuinely care for and seek solutions for their pets. Witness first-hand the change you make in their lives as you follow up and manage these cases from start to finish.

Choose your happy place! Complete your admin work from home, outside in the sun, over a coffee at your local cafe, or alongside friendly colleagues at our head office (2 minute walk from the beach!).

Never feel alone. Our staff are always just a phone call or a Teams message away. Or choose to work in the office if you feel like doing some extroverting!

Experience genuine work-life balance by choosing your own hours. Whether you prefer to write up your reports after the kids are in bed, or during business hours, we just want your best work! Don’t want to work weekends? Neither do we!

Team work makes the dream work! Collaborate with an educated and supportive team who inspire excellence in one another on a daily basis. Be supported by highly competent and organised admin staff, literally employed to make your day easier so you can focus on what you do best: spend time on your cases. How often do you work with receptionists who are also qualified dog trainers?

Participate in regular Behaviour Rounds with our behaviour vets, dog trainers and animal behaviourist, so you will never feel lost in a case. Food is our love language, so our meetings are held over a meal provided by PBV. We have also been known to have ‘walking meetings’ along the Monterey beachfront.

Share cases with our in-house PhD animal behaviourist. Our industry-leading Integrated Care Plan allows us to give detailed, personalised behaviour management plans, better client compliance and better patient outcomes.

Feel safe at work. Work with a company dedicated to physical and mental safety as part of the THRIVE Cultivating Safe Teams Pilot Program.

What our staff say
Still not convinced? Listen to what our team says about working at Pet Behaviour Vet.

Making the decision to leave general practice behind and work solely in behaviour for Pet Behaviour Vet has been the best decision I have ever made in my professional life.

I love working in a family-owned business where I get to feel like family and the owners care as much about my mental health as they do for the patients we see.

I love our meetings, always over great food, where we get to nerd out about behaviour together, learning from each other.

I love working with people as driven and passionate as I am to make a difference every day.

It’s so refreshing to have a job where I don’t have to feel guilty about working a short shift to allow me to pick my kids up from school. I know I can make it up to my team by finishing my shift when it is convenient for me.

If you love behaviour, you are going to love working for Pet Behaviour Vet.

All About You
We won’t lie, we’re looking for someone special to join our team. Could it be you?

We need you to have:

Can’t wait to get started? We’re excited to meet you!
If you are ready to take the next step, please submit your cover letter and resume via our Website at https://www.petbehaviourvet.com.au/careers/

footprint bullet Back to top


PLYMPTON, INNER SOUTH-WEST ADELAIDE, SA - SMALL ANIMAL/WILDLIFE New Graduates welcome Sponsor

GROW YOUR SMALL ANIMAL VETERINARY CAREER AND YOU COULD BE HELPING SAVE OUR WILDLIFE

We are seeking experienced and graduate veterinarians to join our growing team. And a very unique role has become available which will allow the right candidate to pursue their career in small animal medicine as well as contribute to the ongoing survival of Australia’s precious wildlife.

The Southern Vet Group is a network of three modern and well-equipped small animal clinics (including 2 ASAVA accredited hospitals) located in the southern suburbs of Adelaide, supporting high medical, surgical and rehabilitation caseloads. The group closely supports our dedicated Adelaide Koala and Wildlife Centre that provides free veterinary care to approximately 2,000 patients a year with the aim of rehabilitation and release.

About us:

About you:

About the role:

Adelaide is listed as one of the most liveable cities. Our sites are located within a short distance to beautiful coastlines, famous wine regions and the CBD with its thriving education, arts, sport and food scenes.

If you think you are the right fit to join our enthusiastic and growing team then we would like to hear from you. For further information or to apply, please email a resume and cover letter for the attention of Dr Philip Hutt to admin@southvet.com.au

footprint bullet Back to top


MELBOURNE - VETERINARY MANAGER Sponsor

CARE Veterinary Hospital is a leading healthcare provider for animals, committed to delivering exceptional emergency and critical care services. We are a 24-hour multi-disciplinary emergency and referral hospital in the heart of Melbourne, Australia. We are seeking a dedicated and experienced Veterinary Manager to join our dynamic team in a frontline leadership and management role. This is an exciting opportunity to work closely with our Emergency & Critical Care specialist to help lead and develop the ECC service. This role is part of CARE's senior team, which includes specialists in surgery, medicine and emergency and critical care. The role incorporates clinical responsibilities as well as management of the department and veterinary ECC team.

Key Responsibilities:

Leadership:

Operational / Clinical:

Workforce Management and Planning:

Clinical Quality and Safety:

Sustainability and Growth:

Qualifications:

Additional Information

How to Apply:
Please submit your resume and cover letter to shauna.james@gxltd.com.au or apply via this link.

We look forward to welcoming a passionate Veterinary Manager to our team at CARE Veterinary Hospital.

www.carevet.com.au

footprint bullet Back to top


SYDNEY NORTH SHORE - CRITICALIST

Criticalist

Our Emergency and Critical Care (ECC) department is excited to offer the opportunity of a full-time ECC Consultant to join our purpose-built hospital.

The Hospital

North Shore Veterinary Specialist Centre is one of multiple hospitals in the VetPartners group that has multiple hospitals and clinics throughout Australia. As such there is high out of hours caseload which feeds the ECC referral team. The referral hospital is multidisciplinary with referral services in surgery and internal medicine.

Our services include:

The team here are a fantastic group of people – with many celebrating work anniversaries this year of over ten years and multiple vets coming back after specialist training or staying on after training here. As a busy referral hospital, you would have access to the expected tools – dedicated ICU, multiple mechanical ventilators (for tick time here!), ultrasound, CT, MRI (as of Feb 2022), TEG, interventional radiology and a blood bank. On-site there is the VetPartners Training Centre for use and we have a good network with the local practices.

About you

The successful applicant would ideally be ACVECC or ECVECC board-certified. However, candidates eligible to sit the qualifying examinations for these colleges will also be considered as would fellows of the ANZCVS.

The role

The ECC department in this hospital is growing significantly and you would join a team currently consisting of one other board-certified Criticalist, 1-3 ECC interns, rotating interns and multiple ECC-specific nurses.

You would be involved in:

The Location

We are located in the North Shore of Sydney which is centrally-located to everything that matters – beaches, sun and decent coffee.

Please click here to see photos! photos

Interested?

Please contact Victoria Nguyen from the Talent Acquisition team on 0422 882885 or victoria.nguyen@vet.partners for more information.

footprint bullet Back to top


ARTARMON, SYDNEY NORTH SHORE NSW - EXOTICS VET New Position

Exotics Veterinarian - Part Time

The Opportunity

North Shore Veterinary Hospital (NSVH) was established in 1935 and is the oldest veterinary hospital on the North Shore of Sydney. We are part of the VetPartners network of 270+ GP Clinics and Specialty Hospitals and operate a 24/7, 365 day a year state of the art facility with specialists in surgery, emergency & critical care, internal medicine, diagnostic imaging, ophthalmology, dermatology, exotics, bustling emergency department and a progressive general practice supported by nurses, interns and hospital staff.

Please click here to see photos! photos

NSVH has an opportunity for a Veterinarian with a strong interest, skills and/or qualifications in Exotics to join our amazing team on a part-time basis, this will include some weekend work. You will be working alongside a team of 4 Exotics Veterinarians including an Exotic Companion Animal Diplomate who sees both referral and primary accession cases. Services provided to our Exotic patients include surgery, medicine, hospitalisation, husbandry, and preventative health. The ideal candidate will have 3 – 5 years of experience with exposure to birds, amphibians, reptiles, and small mammals and be eligible for 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 & Emergency Centre.

What’s in it for you?

North Shore Veterinary Hospital is an equal opportunity employer and recognises that diversity is crucial to our success. Whatever your identity and background, if this role sounds like you, then please Apply Now!

To APPLY or for more information, contact Victoria Nguyen on +61422882885 or victoria.nguyen@vet.partners

footprint bullet Back to top


CAMPERDOWN/CAMDEN, INNER WEST/SOUTH WEST SYDNEY, NSW - CLINICAL RESIDENCY - VETERINARY SPORTS MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION (EQUINE) New Position

uni of sydney logo

Veterinary Clinical Residency Position

University of Sydney School of Veterinary Science

The Sydney School of Veterinary Science is currently recruiting for a resident in:

Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation (Equine)


Commencement Date: Monday 1 July 2024

This three-year, full-time program supports a resident to fulfil the credentialing requirements for specialisation in Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation (Equine) through specialist examination by the American College Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation. The residency is supported by board-certified specialists, and additional clinical staff that make up the University Veterinary Teaching Hospital team.

Residents will manage cases under direct and indirect supervision and interact closely with specialists, registrars, and other residents across a range of specialty fields. A collaborative approach to learning and patient care is encouraged at all times. Residents will be required to participate in daily patient rounds, journal club, morbidity and mortality rounds and resident pathophysiology seminars. Residents will be expected to assist in teaching senior veterinary students through lectures, tutorials, practicals and during clinic rotations and participate in afterhours ambulatory roster as needed.

This program requires completion of two concurrent postgraduate degrees, a research Master’s, and a Master’s by coursework. The Scholarship Package for the successful candidate includes:

The closing date for applications is Sunday 23 June 2024.

Eligibility Criteria:

To apply, please submit an application form and any relevant documentation, as well as two referee reports via email to vetsci.education@sydney.edu.au.

• Application form
• Referee report

N.B. that reports must be submitted directly by referee to vetsci.education@sydney.edu.au
For further information:

Website: http://sydney.edu.au/vetscience/clinical_residency/
Phone: 02 9351 8783
Email: vetsci.education@sydney.edu.au

footprint bullet Back to top


MOUNT DRUITT, WESTERN SYDNEY NSW - SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE SPECIALIST New Graduates welcome New Position

ARH Minchinbury
Small Animal Medicine Specialist

The Animal Referral Hospital at Minchinbury, Western Sydney is excited to have opened our fifth Specialist and Emergency Hospital in September 2023.

As a multidisciplinary Veterinary Hospital, we are proud to offer Western Sydney pet owners and their pet’s access to gold standard Emergency and Specialist services.

You will be working in a brand-new purpose-built Veterinary hospital with access to a full range of diagnostic imaging including high-field MRI, CT, Fluoroscopy, Endoscopy and Ultrasound. A start-of-the-art ICU, three operating theatres, integrated RX works, and Smartflow to support patient management.

Please click here to see photos! photos

We also have dedicated training facilities including wet lab and education centre to train the future generation of veterinary professionals.

We are a short drive away from stunning areas of Sydney such as the Blue Mountains and Hawksbury Valley, with all the outdoors adventures you can imagine. Love the nightlife and restaurant scene? Parramatta, a stone’s throw away, is the recently developed CBD of Western Sydney boasting multicultural culinary options, bars and clubs. As for beaches, no-where in Sydney is too far from our gorgeous coastline for a weekend surf or swim. While it’s true the Sydney housing market is booming, Western Sydney still offers a range of affordable housing options.

This is an excellent opportunity to join our inaugural veterinary team!

The Opportunity

We are driven to develop a strong culture and team who will deliver excellent veterinary care and customer service to the Western Sydney region, where your ideas, suggestions and participation will be valued. As a specialist, you will play a pivotal role in diagnosing and treating complex medical conditions in small animals and ensuring they receive the highest quality of care. You will also have the opportunity to participate in the training and development of veterinary staff, including interns and residents.

About You

The ideal applicant will be a registered specialist in Small Animal Internal Medicine, Fellow (ANZCVS) or Diplomate (ACVIM, ECVIM). Applicants that have completed their residency training and preparing for board exams are also encouraged to apply.

Above all, we are looking for someone that is motivated, committed to patient care and growth of this exciting new hospital. We are seeking a good communicator with a willingness to build relationships with internal and external stakeholders. Someone who shares a vision for a collaborative working environment where referring veterinarians and pet owners receive personalized gold standard service would be a great fit. This position requires interaction with a large team of specialists, veterinarians and nurses.

The Benefits

This position offers an opportunity to work with some of the best clinicians in their field, in a professional and challenging yet enjoyable workplace. You will join a business that is committed to their people and sees diversity and inclusion as more than just policies and practices.

In addition to this, we offer:

Interested in joining the ARH team?

Apply here or for more information please contact Shauna James Talent Acquisition Business Partner on 0434 028 589 or shauna.james@gxltd.com.au

footprint bullet Back to top


MALVERN EAST, SOUTH-EAST MELBOURNE, VIC - OPHTHALMOLOGIST

Animal Eye Care, Melbourne, Australia is looking for an experienced Veterinary Ophthalmologist who ideally has completed a residency to join our existing team. This person must be eligible for registration in Victoria, Australia.

This is a fulltime position as a staff Ophthalmologist who is willing to work in a collaborative environment and assist in the training of our residents, and final year Veterinary Students. Interest in a long-term association with Animal Eye Care is desirable.

Animal Eye Care is a 7 veterinarian (3 specialist) ophthalmology-only-practice based in Melbourne. We have 3 residents in training. We are based in a dedicated ophthalmology-only-practice building in East Malvern, in the leafy suburbs of Melbourne, Australia. Animal Eye Care runs a busy referral-based ophthalmology practice, with a high medical and surgical case load. We also see a number of exotics and horses. We have weekly rounds/journal club, monthly ocular histopathology, and our practice always strives to have the best and most up to date care for our patients. We pride ourselves on great communications with our clients and our referring vets.

We have a dedicated, highly trained and motivated nursing team that provide an integral contribution to the practice. We are high end users of Galaxy - Animal Intelligence Software which has been designed for referral practice, we try to be very efficient with client communication and referral letters back to the vets.

Specialized equipment- state of the art and up to date equipment and techniques are used to provide the very best services to our clients and their animals. We have the latest model Abbott- AMO WhiteStar Phaco machine with Fusion Fluidics, the latest Leica ophthalmic operating microscope and a dedicated Ultrasound machine.

Animal Eye Care provides a supportive workplace with an emphasis on the work-life balance. Our vets work a 4 day week. Participation in our limited (no calls after 10pm weeknights and 6pm weekends) afterhours roster is required, with a one in six on call roster.

Melbourne is regularly voted as one of the most liveable cities in the world. There is the opportunity to travel to do outclinics and to attend Chapter meetings, recent venues have included the Margaret River, WA, Uluru, and Far North Queensland.

Generous Salary and relocation expenses are on offer for the right person to join our team.

For further information
www.animaleyecare.com.au

Contact Robin Stanley robin@animaleyecare.com.au
Phone clinic +61 (0)3 9563 6488, mobile/cell +61 418 395 574

footprint bullet Back to top


MIRANDA, SUTHERLAND SHIRE NSW - SPECIALIST MEDICAL ONCOLOGIST

Specialist Medical Oncologist

We have an exciting opportunity for a full-time specialist or residency-trained medical oncologist to join our purpose-built hospital in beautiful Sydney, Australia.  At Veterinary Specialists of Sydney (VSOS) everything we do is based upon the belief in our team. This belief centres on treating our staff, clients and referring veterinarians as part of our VSOS family. We strive to deliver the best outcomes every single time, with minimal boundaries to our endless enthusiasm. If your wish is to join a family-like culture, then please reach out to us.

About us:

We have recently opened our brand-new world class specialist and 24-hour emergency centre, Advanced Treatment Centre (ATC) and offer a mobile specialist service to our local veterinarians around Sydney. Currently, we have a specialist in internal medicine, surgery, radiology, and anaesthesia and are complimented by advanced residents and nursing staff. Our brilliant specialist teams consist of internal medicine, Dr Karina Graham, Dr Barbara Gallagher, Dr Amy Pepper, Dr Matteo Bordicchia (registrar), Dr Rachel Reynolds (registrar) and Dr Chris Greenwell (residency trained), surgery specialists, Dr Andrew Levien, Dr Michelle Joffe, Dr Rachel Basa, Professor Kenneth Johnson, Dr Elizabeth LaFond, Dr Laurencie Brunel and specialist radiologist, Dr Joanna Pilton.

Please click here to see photos! photos

We hold ourselves to the highest standards and are well-equipped, including in-house new 1.5T MRI, a new 64 slice CT, mobile digital x-ray, an extensive array of endoscopic equipment and ultrasound including echocardiography. We have a brand-new state-of-the-art Philips Zenition c-arm with new flat screen technology for dramatically less radiation exposure and a diode laser for minimally invasive procedures for our dedicated interventional radiology (IR) department. We enjoy a high case load of interventional radiology cases including lower urinary tract disease, intra-arterial chemotherapy, and vascular stenting. We work in a great community who entrust us to provide the highest level of care for their pets, where most pets are insured.

About you:

The ideal candidate will be adaptive, have an open mind, is willing to learn, be a team-player and have exceptional communication skills. We love to work as a team and bounce ideas off one-another; sharing of knowledge, technique, and experience with each other is vital. A sense of humour is important, as is the ability to have fun. We are a growing team who are full of enthusiasm, and we would like applicants to share the same values.

What we can offer:

VSOS offers a supportive and positive work environment, driven by compassion and love for patients and their owners. You will receive ongoing education through journal clubs, rounds, on the jwob training and industry seminars, along with mentorship from multiple specialists with diverse diagnostic and clinical skillsets. Gain experience in advanced imaging with our state-of-the-art MRI and CT facilities. Expand your knowledge with access to challenging medical cases and cutting edge surgical and medicine procedures. Your career and remuneration opportunities are limitless, apply now!

Please visit www.VSOS.com.au. For consideration, please email your CV and cover letter to HR@vsos.com.au or feel free call 02 8376 8767 for an informal chat.

Video tour: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A7MzHOrIa8Q
Photo link: https://www.vsos.com.au/advanced-treatment-centre-now-open/

footprint bullet Back to top


MIRANDA, SUTHERLAND SHIRE NSW - SPECIALIST NEUROLOGIST

Specialist Neurologist

We have an exciting opportunity for a full-time specialist or residency-trained neurologist to join our purpose-built hospital in beautiful Sydney, Australia.  At Veterinary Specialists of Sydney (VSOS) everything we do is based upon the belief in our team. This belief centres on treating our staff, clients and referring veterinarians as part of our VSOS family. We strive to deliver the best outcomes every single time, with minimal boundaries to our endless enthusiasm. If your wish is to join a family-like culture, then please reach out to us.

About us:

VSOS is independently owned and operated by a surgeon (Dr Levien) and internal medicine specialist (Dr Graham). We have recently opened our brand-new world class specialist and 24-hour emergency centre, Advanced Treatment Centre (ATC) and offer a mobile specialist service to our local veterinarians around greater Sydney. Currently, we have a specialist in internal medicine, surgery, radiology, and anaesthesia and are complimented by advanced residents and nursing staff. Our brilliant specialist teams consist of internal medicine, Dr Karina Graham, Dr Barbara Gallagher, Dr Amy Pepper, Dr Matteo Bordicchia, Dr Rachel Reynolds, and Dr Chris Greenwell (residency trained), surgery specialists, Dr Andrew Levien, Dr Michelle Joffe, Dr Rachel Basa, Professor Kenneth Johnson, Dr Laurencie Brunel and Dr Elizabeth LaFond, specialist radiologist, Dr Joanna Pilton.

We hold ourselves to the highest standards and are well-equipped, including in-house new 1.5T Siemens Magnetom Sempra human grade MRI, a new 64 slice Siemens Somatom Go.Up CT, mobile digital x-ray, an extensive array of endoscopic equipment and ultrasound including echocardiography. We have a brand-new state-of-the-art Philips Zenition c-arm with new flat screen technology for dramatically less radiation exposure and a diode laser for minimally invasive procedures for our dedicated interventional radiology (IR) department.

Please click here to see photos! photos

We enjoy a high case load of neurology patients and work in a great community who entrust us to provide the highest level of care for their pets.

About you:

The ideal candidate will be adaptive, have an open mind, is willing to learn, be a team-player and have exceptional communication skills. We love to work as a team and bounce ideas off one-another; sharing of knowledge, technique, and experience with each other is vital. A sense of humour is important, as is the ability to have fun. We are a growing team who are full of enthusiasm, and we would like applicants to share the same values.

What we can offer:

VSOS offers a supportive and positive work environment, driven by compassion and love for patients and their owners. You will receive ongoing education through journal clubs, rounds, on the job training and industry seminars, along with mentorship from multiple specialists with diverse diagnostic and clinical skillsets. Gain experience in advanced imaging with our state-of-the-art MRI and CT facilities. Expand your knowledge with access to challenging medical cases and cutting edge surgical and medicine procedures. Your career and remuneration opportunities are limitless, apply now!

Please visit www.VSOS.com.au. For consideration, please email your CV and cover letter to HR@vsos.com.au or feel free call 02 8376 8767 for an informal chat.

Video tour: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A7MzHOrIa8Q
Photo link: https://www.vsos.com.au/advanced-treatment-centre-now-open/

footprint bullet Back to top


MIRANDA, SUTHERLAND SHIRE NSW - SPECIALIST CARDIOLOGIST

Specialist Cardiologist

We have an exciting opportunity for a full-time specialist or residency-trained cardiologist to join our purpose-built hospital in beautiful Sydney, Australia.  At Veterinary Specialists of Sydney (VSOS) everything we do is based upon the belief in our team. This belief centres on treating our staff, clients and referring veterinarians as part of our VSOS family. We strive to deliver the best outcomes every single time, with minimal boundaries to our endless enthusiasm. If your wish is to join a family-like culture, then please reach out to us.

About us:

VSOS is independently owned and operated by a surgeon (Dr Levien) and internal medicine specialist (Dr Graham). We have recently opened our brand-new world class specialist and 24-hour emergency centre, Advanced Treatment Centre (ATC) and offer a mobile specialist service to our local veterinarians around greater Sydney. Currently, we have specialists in internal medicine, surgery, radiology, and anaesthesia and are complimented by advanced residents and nursing staff. Our brilliant specialist teams consist of internal medicine, Dr Karina Graham, Dr Barbara Gallagher, Dr Amy Pepper, Dr Matteo Bordicchia, Dr Rachel Reynolds, and Dr Chris Greenwell (residency trained), surgery specialists, Dr Andrew Levien, Dr Michelle Joffe, Dr Rachel Basa, Professor Kenneth Johnson, Dr Laurencie Brunel and Dr Elizabeth LaFond, specialist radiologist, Dr Joanna Pilton.

We hold ourselves to the highest standards and are well-equipped, including in-house new 1.5T Siemens Magnetom Sempra human grade MRI, a new 64 slice Siemens Somatom Go.Up CT, mobile digital x-ray, an extensive array of endoscopic equipment and ultrasound including echocardiography. We have a brand-new state-of-the-art Philips Zenition c-arm with new flat screen technology for dramatically less radiation exposure and a diode laser for minimally invasive procedures for our dedicated interventional radiology (IR) department.

Please click here to see photos! photos

We enjoy a high case load of cardiac cases and work in a great community who entrust us to provide the highest level of care for their pets. We have a great set-up if you are interested in interventional cardiology.

About you:

The ideal candidate will be adaptive, have an open mind, is willing to learn, be a team-player and have exceptional communication skills. We love to work as a team and bounce ideas off one-another; sharing of knowledge, technique, and experience with each other is vital. A sense of humour is important, as is the ability to have fun. We are a growing team who are full of enthusiasm, and we would like applicants to share the same values.

What we can offer:

VSOS offers a supportive and positive work environment, driven by compassion and love for patients and their owners. You will receive ongoing education through journal clubs, rounds, on the job training and industry seminars, along with mentorship from multiple specialists with diverse diagnostic and clinical skillsets. Gain experience in advanced imaging with our state-of-the-art MRI and CT facilities. Expand your knowledge with access to challenging medical cases and cutting edge surgical and medicine procedures. Your career and remuneration opportunities are limitless, apply now!

Please visit www.VSOS.com.au

For consideration, please email your CV and cover letter to HR@vsos.com.au  or feel free call 02 8376 8767 for an informal chat.

Video tour: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A7MzHOrIa8Q
Photo link: https://www.vsos.com.au/advanced-treatment-centre-now-open/

footprint bullet Back to top


ORANGE, CENTRAL TABLELANDS, NSW - MIXED, DISTRICT VET New Graduates welcome New Position

Become an expert in herd and flock disease investigation and management. Applications from both experienced vets and new graduates interested in production animals welcome. Internal support, networking & professional development encouraged. Full time temporary role located in Orange NSW.

Central Tablelands Local Land Services are keen to hear from qualified veterinarians interested in joining the team in the Central Tablelands LLS region. As a District Veterinarian with LLS you’ll be part of a supportive and experienced team of veterinarians and Biosecurity Officers who undertake in the field prevention, preparedness, detection and response activities for animal biosecurity and animal welfare. At LLS we believe in working together so teamwork is a must, whilst providing exceptional client services.

Please click here to see photos! photos

As these positions are based both in the office and the field, you’ll need to be comfortable and able to work outside in all conditions when required and have good physical fitness to undertake what can be at times strenuous physical work.

Why is this the job for you?

So if working as a District Veterinarian with Local Land Services sounds ideal, we’d love to hear from you!

What you need?

How to apply?
We’re keen to hear from both graduate and experienced veterinarians. Please apply by submitting your resume and a brief cover letter outlining why being a District Veterinarian with LLS is for you. We will then get back in touch after the closing date.

Closing Date: Sunday 16th June 2024 @ 11.55pm

For more information about working as a District Veterinarian, please contact Kate Peffer Team Leader Animal Biosecurity & Welfare on 0409 496 908 or via kate.peffer@lls.nsw.gov.au.

You can also download the Role Description.

If you require adjustments in completing your application, interviewing, completing any pre- employment testing, or otherwise participating in the recruitment process, please let us know so we can assist. Send an email to capability.talent@regional.nsw.gov.au and a member of the team will contact you for a confidential discussion.

Why Work for Us?
The Department of Regional NSW (DRNSW) is the department focussed on protecting and growing primary industries, supporting sustainable land management, overseeing the state’s mineral, mining resources, and ensuring that government investment supports strong regional communities and economies. DRNSW brings together the Department of Primary Industries; Local Land Services; Mining, Exploration and Geoscience; Regional Development; the Regional Growth NSW Development Corporation; NSW Public Works and Soil Conservation Service.

We have nearly 5,000 employees, with almost 80 per cent of us living and working in regional NSW.

Diversity and inclusion are core values of the Department of Regional NSW. The Department of Regional NSW is a workplace where everyone is able to contribute and participate to their full potential, and we are proud to have a team that reflects the richness and complexity of the regional NSW communities we serve.

We work hard every day to support and grow thriving communities across regional NSW that will have a positive impact on generations to come. Our goal is always to be a trusted local partner and problem-solver working deeply in community.

As part of our team, you will be able to:

We are a young agency, but with that has come a personality that is dedicated, passionate, proactive, influential, and informed.

Additional Information:
The successful applicant in this role may be required to undergo a police check, health assessment and other assessments as required.

footprint bullet Back to top


DARWIN BASED, NT - SMALL ANIMAL PROGRAM, REGIONAL MANAGER

Veterinary Regional Program Manager

The Role
As the Veterinary Regional Program Manager, you are at the forefront of our mission, responsible for delivering and supporting AMRRIC’s One Health animal management program.

Based in Darwin and reporting to the Head of Operations, you will support clinical governance and collaborate with teams to deliver veterinary and related animal management services and education to remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Additionally, you assist the leadership team with managing our busy program schedule, coordinating and fulfilling field-based veterinary programs in collaboration with teams of staff, volunteers, and contractors. Embrace the opportunity to blend your veterinarian expertise with passion, as you embark on this thrilling journey of both adventure and purpose!

About Us
AMRRIC (Animal Management in Rural and Remote Indigenous Communities Ltd) is an established, national not-for-profit organisation based on Larrakia Land in Darwin. Our small team of dedicated staff deliver a diverse range of programs covering community and animal health and welfare, education and training, academic research, strategic planning and advocacy. We work with remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities to improve the health of their pets, helping to create healthier and safer communities.

Please click here to see a photo! photos

The Opportunity

About You

Working with Us
AMRRIC is privileged to be immersed in work that values and celebrates Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and is committed to facilitating pathways for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as part of our commitment to reconciliation. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

How to Apply
Are you ready to embark on an unforgettable journey with us and dive into the breathtaking landscapes of Australia's Top End in the Northern Territory? Read the full position description here which outlines the selection criteria and key responsibilities for the position.

Submit your application to jobs@amrric.org with the Subject Heading: Veterinary Regional Program Manager– and include:

If you have specific questions or wish to talk about applying for this position, please contact the office on 08 8948 1768 or email jobs@amrric.org

Applications will be reviewed on rolling basis, so we encourage you to apply as soon as possible. Please note that this position is available for an immediate start, and it may be filled before the end of the advertised timeframe to ensure the best candidate is selected.

footprint bullet Back to top


INNER SOUTH SYDNEY - INTERNAL MEDICINE SPECIALIST

Internal Medicine Specialist

Sydney Veterinary Emergency & Specialists is a 1000m2 purpose-built facility that has state of the art equipment which allows us to provide the absolute best care to patients in conjunction with our exceptional staff. The team has internal medicine, surgical, anaesthesia and imaging services. This is in addition to our dermatology and dentistry service.

About the SVES Team

We are a team of veterinarians, nurses and support staff who are active in sharing our expertise and have a strong focus on continuous improvement of our knowledge, skills and practices. We strive to provide the best medical care for animals, professionally relate to clients with care and compassion and provide an enjoyable and supportive atmosphere for our staff. Our people are important to us and we want our workplace to be a happy place where we share a goal of exceptional patient and client care.

The Opportunity

We are seeking an Internist who is looking for adventure and wants to work with our amazing team. Interest in interventional procedures would be welcomed. We strive to achieve clinical excellence within a working environment that promotes and encourages collegiality, communication and academic excellence. While this is a permanent full-time opportunity, we are open to conversations around part-time and locum employment.

Please click here to see photos! photos

About you

To be successful in this role, it is important that you are a recognised companion animal Internal Medicine Specialist and have achieved Dipl ACVIM, Dipl ECVIM, or FANZCVS qualification, such that it will be eligible for Specialist Registration with the Australian Veterinary Practitioners Board. We would also welcome enquiries from registrars who have completed their residency training and are in the process of sitting their appropriate Board examinations. You are welcome to email us for more information about this.

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.

Join our SVES family and enjoy the benefits:

To apply or for more information, contact Victoria Nguyen on 0422882885 or victoria.nguyen@vet.partners.

footprint bullet Back to top


NORTH MELBOURNE, INNER CITY, VIC - SMALL ANIMAL/WELFARE, VOLUNTEER BOARD MEMBER New Position

Board Member (Voluntary) - LDH

Bring your Veterinary skills to the Board of an iconic organisation and make a difference in the lives of lost and abandoned animals.

About Us
The Lost Dogs’ Home (LDH) is a non-profit company limited by guarantee (ACN 004 789 726) and a registered charity with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission.

The Home is one of Victoria’s most iconic animal welfare organisations, caring for around 18,000 lost and abandoned dogs and cats each year. We provide a wide range of animal welfare and community programs and services to help give animals and we pride ourselves on employing passionate individuals who demonstrate a strong personal connection to animals, the community and the cause.

About the Role
LDH operates with a Board of 7 voluntary directors, who meet approximately once every 6-8 weeks. Each Board Member also attends regular special purpose sub-committee meetings based on their field of professional expertise.

Responsibilities of LDH Board Members include:

About You
You will bring extensive past or current experience working as a certified Veterinarian. You will have extensive knowledge of contemporary practices and approaches in veterinary medicine, with shelter medicine experience highly regarded. Ideally, you will have experience serving as a member of a Board or have participated in organisational governance activities at an executive or Board level.

Time Commitment

What We Can Offer You
This role represents an opportunity to impact positive change in the animal welfare sector in Australia, improving the lives of animals. Investing in your own professional development, you will collaborate with a group of top-level professionals working across various disciplines.

Our directors contribute their time in a voluntary capacity.

How to Apply
Please apply via our website, including a cover letter outlining your relevant experience and interest, along with a CV by 5pm Tuesday 18 June 2024. If you have any questions about this role, please reach out to Julia Ferragamo (julia.ferragamo@dogshome.com).

The successful applicant will be required to satisfactorily complete background screening checks.

The Lost Dogs’ Home upholds the principals of equal opportunity and is committed to providing a working environment that embraces and values diversity and inclusion. Only candidates with the right to work/volunteer in Australia may apply for this position.

footprint bullet Back to top


MURDOCH UNIVERSITY - SMALL ANIMAL ROTATING TRAINEESHIP - START JULY 2024 New Graduates welcomeNew Position

Murdoch University
School of Veterinary Medicine
Clinical training programs 2024

The School of Veterinary Medicine, Murdoch University has a vacancy in the following program starting July 2024:

12-month small animal rotating traineeship

The 12-month postgraduate trainee program is a year‐long, advanced clinical training program in the School of Veterinary Medicine at Murdoch University in Western Australia. The training program offers clinical experience rotating predominantly through the areas of Small Animal Internal Medicine and Anaesthesia, as well as Emergency and Critical Care, Diagnostic Imaging and Clinical Pathology.  Trainees also gain formal scholarly training through concurrent enrolment in a graduate program. These positions would suit a recent graduate veterinarian interested in further university training and upskilling in areas that would be relevant to general practice, or a steppingstone to further clinical training such as a residency. Exceptional new graduates will be considered. An annual stipend of $40k is offered with concurrent enrolment in the graduate program which results in award of a Graduate Diploma in Veterinary Clinical Studies after completion of 2 semesters. Applicants must be able to start the program in mid-to-late-July for a Semester 2, 2024 enrolment.  Application for clinical training positions is restricted to veterinarians with a degree that can be registered in Western Australia.  Australian and New Zealand citizenship or Australian permanent residency status is required for eligibility for full tuition-fee support. Successful applicants who do not meet citizenship or residency criteria are responsible for International Student Tuition Fees beyond domestic fee support.

Please click here to see photos! photos

All enquiries around the program can be forwarded to Dr Robert Shiel by email robert.shiel@murdoch.edu.au    

Early applications/EOI's are encouraged.

A letter of intent, current CV, certified copy of academic transcripts, names of 3 referees, and a certified copy of passport/visa as proof of Australian Citizenship or Permanent Residency, or of New Zealand citizenship, should be submitted to jody.reeve@murdoch.edu.au.  Candidates are chosen after a competitive selection process.

footprint bullet Back to top


VETERINARY OFFICER - 24 MONTHS FIXED TERM New Graduates welcomeNew Position

Veterinary Officer (Field Intern)

Salary: Specified Calling Level 1-2, $76,425 - $112,645 pa, Public Sector CSA Agreement 2022

Location: First year in Albany or Northam. Second year in Moora or Kununurra (other locations may be considered).

Closing Date: 24th June 2024 at 4:00 PM WST

Pillar/directorate: Sustainability and Biosecurity | Biosecurity | Animal Biosecurity and Welfare

Tenure: 24 months Fixed Term

Position Number: Pool Ref AV8702

The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD) lead the sustainable development of Western Australia's regions and agriculture, aquaculture, food and fisheries sectors. In everything we do, we take an approach to protect, grow and innovate WA's economy, community and environment.

About the opportunity

Join DPIRD's Veterinary Officer Development Intern Program, an exciting initiative supported by the recent Biosecurity funding boost! Dive into a fulfilling career at DPIRD, where you'll receive unparalleled support and mentorship. This program is suitable for either early career vets, or more experienced vets looking for a change or reintroduction into a veterinary career after a break. Beginning with placement in regional offices alongside experienced officers, you'll thrive in a collaborative environment, honing your skills while contributing to emergency animal disease surveillance and preparedness. This two-year internship offers a unique opportunity to make a difference in regional communities. Start your adventure in Albany or Northam, then transition to smaller offices like Moora or Kununurra. Embrace a number of learning placements in the Perth metro area, enriching your professional growth along the way.

As a Veterinary Officer (Field Intern) Specified Calling Level 1 you will apply your tertiary knowledge to safeguard our biosecurity and market access. You will work closely with experienced officers, contributing to vital surveillance, regulation, and emergency preparedness for WA's livestock and aquatic industries. Your role will also involve researching, advising on policy, and assisting in developing animal health plans.

As a Veterinary Officer (Field Intern) Specified Calling Level 2 you will assist senior officers in surveillance, regulation, and emergency preparedness for WA's livestock and aquatic industries. Your role will involve conducting veterinary research, advising on policy, and developing animal health plans.

We currently have two (2), twenty-four (24) month internships available for immediate filling. 

We are looking for individuals with:   

For further information and special requirements for this role please see the attached Job Description Form (JDF).
jdf scl1 veterinary officer (field).pdf
jdf scl2 veterinary officer (field).pdf

Equity and Diversity

At DPIRD we are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workforce and are an equal opportunity employer. We value and strongly encourage people with disabilities, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, young people, women and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds to apply for positions within our agency.

Please click here to see photos! photos

Section 51 of the Equal Opportunity Act 1984 applies to this position, therefore, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are highly encouraged to apply.
Section 66Zp of the Equal Opportunity Act 1984 applies to this position, to ensure that persons who are of a particular age have equal opportunities.

How to Apply

Go to the link at JobsWA - https://search.jobs.wa.gov.au/page.php?pageID=160&windowUID=0&AdvertID=352149.

Click the Apply button and attach the following to your application:

As multiple levels are being advertised, please clearly state which level you are applying for in your cover letter. Refer to the applicable JDF available on the JobsWA link and address the work-related requirement for the highest level you are applying for, only. You may apply for multiple levels in the same application.

It is recommended that you consider all information contained in the advertisement and any other related information. All Work-Related Requirements will be assessed at some stage during the selection process.

Need further information?

For a confidential conversation about the role, please contact Dr Leander McLennan, Veterinary Officer on 0459 938 383 during office hours.

If you experience technical difficulties applying online, please contact the RAMS Helpdesk on 1300 733 056 in first instance. For further information about the recruitment process please contact our Employment team on (08) 6552 1943.

Employment Conditions and Additional Information

DPIRD is an Emergency Management Agency and all employees may be required to work or travel during, or outside of, normal business hours to assist with incidents and emergencies.
To be suitable for employment to enable you to perform all work requirements you will be required to be vaccinated against Influenza A, Q Fever and for northern Australian work may be required to be vaccinated against Rabies.

Am I eligible to apply?

To be eligible for a permanent appointment to the Western Australian public sector you must be an Australian citizen or have permanent residency status in Australia. To be eligible for a fixed term or a casual appointment you must have documentary evidence of your entitlement to live and work in Australia for the period as part of your application.

You will be required to provide a current National Police Certificate (police clearance) before commencing employment. If not currently held, this must be acquired prior to appointment at applicant's expense. 

The recruitment process may include online written assessments, psychometric, cognitive or other testing, job-related tasks, video or live stream interviews, documentation and reference checks or other assessment methodologies as required. We reserve the right to supplement the field of applicants via an executive search if required.

Please ensure you have plenty of time to submit your application to allow for unanticipated problems, as late and proforma applications will not be accepted. (Please note: Online lodgement is system generated. Any submissions on or after 4:00pm will not be accepted)

footprint bullet Back to top


WOLLONGBAR, NORTHERN RIVERS REGION - WILDLIFE - LEAD WILDLIFE VERTEINARIAN New Position

Wildlife Veterinarian 

POSITION DESCRIPTION  

Position title: Lead Vet 

Employer: Northern Rivers Wildlife Hospital (NRWH) 

Reports to: General Manager 

Key Relationships: Veterinarians, Vet Nurses, hospital volunteers, wildlife care groups 

About Us 

The Northern Rivers Wildlife Hospital was founded in January 2019 as a response to the high demand for veterinary care for the 10,000+ sick, injured, and orphaned wildlife rescued throughout Northern Rivers. In mid 2024, we will be opening the wildlife hospital, centrally located at Wollongbar, and servicing all seven Local Government Areas of the Northern Rivers region.  

NRWH will provide best practice veterinary hospital services for sick, injured, and orphaned Australian native wildlife. The hospital facility will offer triage, intensive and intermediate in-patient and out-patient care and short-term rehabilitation. It will scale to accommodate longer-term rehabilitation of certain species to compliment the work of existing local wildlife care groups. NRWH’s impact will extend from the individual animal to systemic improvements in wildlife conservation. NRWH will achieve this by working collaboratively with wildlife care groups, hospitals, networks, universities, TAFE, local communities, organisations and government and non-government agencies. 

About the Role 

The Lead Vet will be involved in commissioning the Wildlife Hospital. The position involves admitting, examining and treating all wildlife admissions using best practice diagnostics including sonography, pathology and radiography. There will also be opportunities to contribute to internal and external wildlife research programmes. The Lead Vet will also provide excellent service to members of public and carer groups. 

The role is permanent full-time (with a 6-month probationary period). Remuneration package negotiable commensurate with experience.  

Key Responsibilities  

The Lead Vet is required to manage the day-to-day case load of the hospital, including:  

The successful applicant will be flexible, approachable, highly-motivated, passionate and empathetic. They will work well within a team and autonomously under pressure.  

Selection Criteria 

The successful applicant is also required to meet the following selection criteria: 

If you are interested in this role, we would love to hear from you. Please submit your cover letter & CV (maximum 2 pages each) to: info@nrwh.com.au 

The Northern Rivers Wildlife Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and we encourage interest from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. We value diversity, inclusivity, gender equity and we promote human friendly practices.  

Employees of the NRWH must comply with and maintain up to date knowledge in:  

nrwh.com.au  

footprint bullet Back to top


STANLEY, FALKLAND ISLANDS - VETERINARY OFFICER New Position

An exciting opportunity exists in the South Atlantic for a full-time vet to join our small, busy and very varied practice in the Falkland Islands starting in December 2024

The Role

The Veterinary Services of the Falkland Islands Government invites applications for the post of Veterinary Officer.

The position consists of a combination of clinical and public health duties. The clinical work is truly mixed practice (60% small animals, 20% equine and 20% livestock) including occasional wildlife cases. The public health duties include working in the EU approved Abattoir and the Fishing Industry (mainly annual audits and inspections of vessels). Full training will be provided to the right candidate.

Routine hours are from 8am to 4:30pm, with a set lunch break between 12-1pm and the out of hours emergency service is worked on a 1:3 rota system.

Please click here to see photos! photos

The Person

You should have at least 5 years’ clinical experience. Ideally that will include livestock and/or equine work and small animal medicine and surgical skills. Previous public health experience is desirable, but not essential. You should preferably have Official Veterinarian qualifications or must be willing to obtain them.

You should be capable of working as part of a small dedicated team, be prepared to fill a varied role, and interact closely with the community of the Falkland Islands to provide a complete, professional, clinical and public health Veterinary Service.

If you are the right candidate you will have an appreciation of the outdoors and wildlife and a sensible and enthusiastic approach to veterinary medicine.

The Package

How to Apply

For more information on the post and how to apply online to join our team in a unique and breath-taking location, with penguins, dolphins and the wilderness just next door to your office, please visit our recruitment website: www.jobs.gov.fk.

Applications close Monday 24th June 2024.

If you have any questions about working for the Falkland Islands Government or would like further information about applying, you can find contact details at the above link or email zfowler@naturalresources.gov.fk.

The Working Environment

Falkland Islands Government (FIG)

The Falkland Islands is a British Overseas Territory, with full internal self-government.

As the largest employer in the Falkland Islands, we offer many unique and fulfilling job opportunities, across the full spectrum of public services. Our responsibilities include those typically managed by central government – taxation, legislation and policy, as well as those usually managed on a local level such as town planning, health and social services, and education. FIG also provides services specific to the needs of the Falkland Islands, such as fisheries research, power generation and the Government Air Service, FIGAS.

For more information about working for Falkland Islands Government, take a look at our recruitment microsite: www.jobs.gov.fk

The Falkland Islands

Set in the South Atlantic Ocean, around 400 miles east of South America and 8000 miles south-west of the UK, the Falkland Islands are a small, thriving community with a British way of life, benefiting from good local services, a varied social calendar and an absence of traffic jams!

The Falkland Islands’ stunning natural environment provides an unspoiled landscape and amazing wildlife to observe and explore, including penguins, whales and dolphins, all seen from the shore.

For those with a sense of adventure, it provides opportunities which are hard to match anywhere else in the world.

footprint bullet Back to top


GRIFFITH, RIVERINA NSW - DISTRICT VET New Graduates welcome New Position

District Veterinarian - Griffith (Ref 506346) 

Riverina Local Land Services (LLS) are keen to hear from qualified veterinarians interested in joining the team in Griffith. As a District Veterinarian with LLS you’ll be part of a supportive and experienced team of veterinarians and Biosecurity Officers who undertake activities in the field for prevention, preparedness, detection and response activities for animal biosecurity and animal welfare.

Please click here to see photos! photos


In this role, you will: 

Why is being a District Veterinarian with LLS for you?

Our ideal candidate will have excellent interpersonal skills to be able to communicate effectively, build professional relationships with team members, community members and other external stakeholders. Provide positive customer experiences for our landholders and have initiative to progress and deliver outcomes.

NB: You’ll need to have a degree in Veterinary Science registrable in NSW, are (or can be) registered with the NSW Veterinary Practitioners Board and have a current NSW Driver Licence, plus the capacity and willingness to travel throughout your region as required.

How to Apply

We’re keen to hear from both graduate and experienced veterinarians. Please apply through our online portal at https://iworkfor.nsw.gov.au and submit your resume and a brief cover letter outlining why being a District Veterinarian with LLS is for you.

For more information contact Elizabeth Ferguson on 0439557567 or via email at elizabeth.ferguson@lls.nsw.gov.au

Applications Close: Sunday 16 June 2024 at 11:55pm

Additional Information:

The successful applicant in this role will be required to undergo reference checks, National Police Check, and Bankruptcy Check.  A recruitment pool may be created for ongoing and temporary roles of the same role or role type that may become available for filling over the next eighteen months.

footprint bullet Back to top


GREENHILLS, LOWER HUNTER - SMALL ANIMAL/KOALA New Graduates welcome

Greenhills Veterinary Hospital
19 Mitchell Drive
GREENHILLS NSW 2323

JOB TITLE: Veterinarian

LOCATION: Newcastle | New South Wales

TYPE OF WORK: Small animals and Exotics if interested. An opportunity to get close and cuddly caring for our native koalas at the Port Stephens Koala Hospital!!!!!
HOURS: Full Time or Part Time
AFTER HOURS: None
SALARY: Competitive & above award salary package + relocation support. $90,000-$130,000 (Based on experience).

A three and a half vet practice, only 30 minutes’ drive from Newcastle, New South Wales, is looking for a vet to join the team on a full or part-time basis!

They are looking for someone with excellent interpersonal and communication skills who works well in a team. Applicants should be great problem solvers with high attention to detail and good time management. Twelve months post qualification experience preferred but not required.

Vets at the practice have varying interests in surgery, ultrasonography, medicine, pathology and exotic animal medicine and surgery. Including native wildlife. This also includes a partnership with Port Stephens Koala Hospital that includes one day a month at their facility. This is an amazing opportunity to experience treating and caring for our native koalas.

Vets are well-supported by a team of nurses, with six nurses rostered on each day, a practice manager and dedicated customer service representatives. Alongside a Veterinary Director who is focused on your ongoing education and growth as a veterinary professional.

Please click here to see photos! photos

Clinic opening hours are Monday to Friday, 8:30 am - 5pm. The practice is closed on Saturday and Sunday, so there is no weekend work required!

Shifts and days to be worked are flexible; for a full-time role, vets can choose to work either 4 or 5 days.

Professional development is supported, and vets are encouraged to attend events, workshops, and conferences.

The practice is purpose-built and well-equipped with in-house bloods, digital x-ray, ultrasound and IM3 dental equipment, including dental radiology which our nurses are trained in getting high quality images efficiently.

Sponsorship (work permit) is available for suitably qualified overseas vets. Applicants must hold a Bachelor of Veterinary Science (or equivalent) and be eligible to register with the Veterinary Practitioners Board of New South Wales.

The area has all the amenities you may need, such as a shopping centre directly across from the clinic, great cafes, restaurants, gyms, schools and a cinema. Newcastle is just over a 30-minute drive away and the beautiful port Stephens only 60 minute drive from the clinic.

Please contact Amy Manning on 02 4934 1900 if you are interested in applying, or email amy.manning@greenhillsvet.com.au.

footprint bullet Back to top


MURRUMBA DOWNS, MORETON BAY REGION - SMALL ANIMAL/EXOTICS

GP - Exotics Veterinarian, North Brisbane

Small Animal Veterinarian - Avian and Exotic Veterinarian

Our clinic is located on the north-side of Brisbane in Murrumba Downs. An exciting opportunity for a new veterinarian has become available within our amazing team of five vets and seven nurses. Unfortunately, one of our lovely full-time vets is relocating, so we are looking for the right candidate to join our team on a full-time basis. A permanent part-time role may also be considered for the right person. An interest in exotics would be an advantage but not essential. Mentoring in avian and unusual pets is on offer for those that are interested.

Do you love cats, dogs, and exotics? We sure do, and every day brings something new at VetMD. Our team of vets see cats, dogs, guinea pigs, rats, lizards, fish, turtles, snakes, and birds just to name a few. We also see and treat injured wildlife. Our lead veterinarian has memberships in unusual pets and birds, and we see quite a large volume of exotic patients as well as cats and dogs. We pride ourselves on our laid back and friendly culture, along with our ability to provide our clients and patients with the highest standards of care.

We have all the usual goodies including ultrasound, digital radiology (including dental), Idexx in house labs and multi-parameter monitoring machines. Check out our website, link below.

https://vetmd.com.au/

We are seeking a highly motivated vet who wants to develop their skills in a busy and stimulating environment.

What we can offer you:

We are looking for:

Please reach out to Aimee at 0435 110 147 or aimee.muschamp@vetpartners.com.au for more information. 

footprint bullet Back to top


YARRAWONGA, DARWIN NT - SMALL ANIMAL/EXOTIC & WILDLIFE

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, we also provide veterinary care for exotics, birds and wildlife. Our clinic is more than just a vet clinic:

Why join The Ark?

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.

Please click here to see photos! photos

Our ideal candidate will possess the following:

We offer:

Apply today and contact us so we can discuss options.
Contact Andrea or Kylie: manager@thearkvet.com or call 08 8932 9738.

www.thearkvet.com

footprint bullet Back to top


NORTH RYDE, SYDNEY, NSW - AVIAN/EXOTICS, REGISTRAR OR SPECIALIST New Position
Avian and Exotics Veterinarian, Registrar or Specialist!

An exciting opportunity in our Avian and Exotics department has become available for a passionate and experienced Exotics Veterinarian or Avian/Exotics Specialist.

The SASH team prides itself on providing the highest level of quality health care and service to our patients and their owners. Offering a wide range of clinical services, we can provide extensive care and treatment making us the leading referral hospital in the country.
The team is well equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, allowing our specialists to conduct thorough and conclusive examinations for our clients and their pets. Our services are fully staffed with highly skilled and supportive nurses to assist with ensuring our teams are running as efficiently as possible.

The Avian & Exotics Department works very closely with the rest of the hospital allowing for specialised attention supported by the expertise of departments including Emergency, Surgery, Anaesthesia, Radiology, Dermatology, Internal Medicine and Ophthalmology.

The Position:
We are seeking a highly motivated veterinarian to be part of our exciting Avian and Exotics department! We are open to permanent full-time and part-time applicants who are passionate about providing gold standard care to our more unusual friends.

Key skills for this role include:

To be considered for the role:

Desirable

What’s in it for you:

To apply, please send our Talent team your CV and cover letter to the link below:
https://adr.to/54zuiai

footprint bullet Back to top


SYDNEY INNER WEST, EAST & SOUTH - SMALL ANIMAL - MOBILE VET VANS

Aussie Mobile Vet Sydney – Veterinarian Unique pay per job model.

Aussie Mobile Vet, a unique mobile veterinary business offering you a different way to work.

Create your own enjoyable, flexible working week to genuinely provide yourself with an excellent work life balance. We understand the importance of prioritising your family from the school run to social activities with family and friends.

Whist on the road you are never alone, you will have full clinical support from Dr Audrey, (AMV Head Vet), a dedicated nurse when required and external clinical support provided by our support office who are all vets and nurses.

About the role:

Please click here to see photos! photos

Some of the Perks

For this position you must hold a relevant Veterinary Science degree from an accredited university and be registered with relevant state Veterinary Board.

Apply now: Petstock Vet to create your profile and apply.

If you would like to have a confidential conversation about a career at Petstock Vet/ Our Vet contact Dr Sasha at vetrecruitment@petstockvet.com.au or on 0437 046 295

Here is what our lovely nurse Brie has to say about working for AMV:
“I have been working at AMV for over 6 years now, I could not imagine working anywhere else. We truly are a little family, yes it may sound cheesy, but the team are not only here to support me, but we have all become lifelong friends. Being mobile is completely different to being in clinic, I love it and would choose being mobile over being in clinic any day. I thrive on the day-to-day challenges, personal rapport building with clients, driving around the sights of Sydney, and finding new cafes for lunch or a coffee is a bonus.

Our service is tailored and offers a personable consultation in their own home or in our fully decked out mobile consultation van, overall providing our client’s and patients a more relaxed and happier vet visit. I love the mobile vet lifestyle it is accommodating and well suited for every vet and nurse. P.S if we finish our consultations earlier than expected we get to go home instead of cleaning for hours on end #worklifebalance.”

As we continue to grow & add to the family, Petstock Group was formed....acknowledging our history, where we’ve come from and all we have achieved...we have now come together for the pets that inspire us! We are all about...People, Pets & Planet

footprint bullet Back to top


MINTARO, CLARE VALLEY, SA - INDUSTRY New Graduates welcome New Position

Veterinarian – Serb Pharmaceuticals

Are you looking for something a little different to general practice? Do you still want to work in a great team? Interested in working with sheep and dogs? Love science, medicine, and making a difference? Keen to contribute to making lifesaving human medications?

Serb Pharmaceuticals is a global healthcare company focused on Interventional Medicine with offices, laboratories and manufacturing sites globally. Here at Serb Pharmaceuticals our business provides lifesaving acute care products that help patients who have been overexposed to certain toxins or medications.

This position is for a permanent veterinarian (part-time or full-time) to join our team, where we manage the health and welfare of the Company’s sheep flocks and working dogs. This role is open to recent graduates and experienced veterinarians alike, competitive salary commensurate with experience. Previous experience with animal production systems, quality management systems or quality assurance will be highly regarded.

This exciting role will give you the opportunity to:

A degree or equivalent qualification in Veterinary Science is a prerequisite, accompanied by a demonstrated interest in sheep production or sheep health management. All applicants must be eligible for registration with the Veterinary Surgeons Board of South Australia (VSBSA).

This is permanent position, however we are able to be flexible when it comes to part-time or full-time hours. The role has minimal sole charge, and very limited after hours – no weekday after hours, and weekends are 1:3 rota, day duties only (i.e. approximately 3 hours each weekend morning providing phone support and occasional duties requiring a vet to attend site).

The company also offers 5 weeks of annual leave (pro-rata), and additional company leave days around the Christmas period. Study leave to attend conferences/workshops/seminars also available to support your ongoing registration with VSBSA.

This role is complemented by a remarkable work location – the beautiful Clare Valley in South Australia (1.5hrs from Adelaide). You will be working 15 minutes from a large regional centre, surrounded by the fantastic wineries and restaurants the region is known for.

Please click here to see photos! photos

This opportunity provides you with a unique chance to gain experience with the health management of livestock in a commercial setting and develop an understanding of quality management systems, while contributing to the supply chain of lifesaving pharmaceutical products.

In addition, there is a rental property available onsite, negotiable for the right candidate. A comfortable 3 bedroom house, with recently renovated kitchen and bathroom, and a garage & garden shed, all situated in a fully enclosed yard.

Serb Pharmaceuticals are committed to its employees, values their contributions and experience, and are looking for someone who values team success and is motivated to achieve results. Apply via our website https://careers.serb.com

Serb Specialty Pharmaceuticals is an equal opportunity employer. We offer competitive compensation & benefit packages, challenging opportunities and a culture of working together in a supportive way built on our strong foundation of values.

footprint bullet Back to top


WERRIBEE, WESTERN MELBOURNE, VIC - SMALL ANIMAL TEACHING HOSPITAL, ECC POSITION

Greencross Veterinary Hospital Werribee is looking for an experienced Emergency Veterinarian to join their team on a part-time basis or full-time basis!

Our state-of-the-art facility is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, offering a wide range of services to pet owners in western Melbourne. We are dedicated to providing exceptional veterinary care and supporting future practitioners through clinical experience at The University of Melbourne.

Please click here to see photos! photos

Job Description
We are currently seeking passionate and experienced ECC Veterinarians who are ready to take the next step in their career.

This role offers a diverse and dynamic environment where you can expand your knowledge and skills. With the guidance of renowned ECC Specialist Dr Liam Donaldson (DACVECC) and a team of experienced registrars and specialists in Surgery, Internal Medicine, Cardiology, Neurology, Dentistry, and Anaesthesia, you will have the opportunity to handle complex cases that require critical care and multidisciplinary management.

As an ECC Veterinarian, you may encounter exciting cases such as patients requiring mechanical ventilation due to elapid snake envenomation, septic cases needing extensive monitoring and instrumentation, and post-operative multi-disciplinary cases requiring ICU referral. We are committed to fostering a culture of continuous learning and offer monthly morbidity and mortality rounds as well as ECC journal club discussions. Additionally, as a Greencross employee, you will enjoy numerous continuing education benefits outlined below.

Working in our Emergency and Critical Care team, you will have a flexible roster that supports shift work, ensuring you have ample time to recover and enjoy your days off.

In addition to your clinical responsibilities, you will play a vital role in shaping future veterinarians through on-the-floor training to DVM students from the University of Melbourne. You will also contribute significantly to the training of our Greencross Vet Hospital ECC interns as we establish our Greencross Vet Hospital ECC Internship program.

What we have on offer!

Benefits for Greencross Employees:
When you join our team, we are dedicated to nurturing your professional growth through the following:

Join our team at Greencross Veterinary Hospital in Werribee and become an integral part of a supportive and innovative environment where your contributions will be highly valued.

Apply Now!

footprint bullet Back to top


MANNING, SOUTHERN PERTH, WA - SMALL ANIMAL/SPECIALIST, OPHTHALMOLOGIST

Veterinary Ophthalmologist wanted

Perth Animal Eye Hospital is looking for an experienced ophthalmologist to join the dedicated team at their hospital in the heart of Perth, Australia.

The Clinic:
With us, the patient comes first. Perth Animal Eye Hospital is a devoted stand-alone practice with a strong focus on patient welfare and outcome.

The clinic is based in the center of Perth with easy access to downtown, idyllic and untouched beach coastline with easy access to renowned regions like Rottnest Island and Margaret River.

As the only specialised ophthalmology practice in Western Australia, Perth Animal Eye Hospital has a strong primary care referral base. There is a large and varied number of medical and surgical cases, purpose-built and with an established and experienced support team of nurses.

Perth Animal Eye Hospital is at the forefront of ophthalmology care, providing specialist care with the latest technology including specialised microsurgical instrumentation and microscope, ultrasound, phacoemulsification unit and cryosurgery.

About you:

The Benefits:

For more information or a confidential discussion, please contact Victoria Nguyen from the Talent Acquisition team on victoria.nguyen@vet.partners or 0422 882 885.

footprint bullet Back to top


KENMORE, BRISBANE WEST QLD - SMALL ANIMAL

Full Time or Part Time Small Animal Veterinarian, BRISBANE
NO AFTER HOURS, Salary $80,000-$100,000 + bonuses

About us:

We are a comprehensive, high quality small animal practice based in Brisbane. We are seeking a full time veterinarian to join our team. Our practice incorporates an innovative house call service with state-of-the-art clinics equipped with digital x-ray, dental x-ray, ultrasound, and in-house biochemistry and haematology. We have 2 clinics – a Kenmore Surgery and a Sunnybank Surgery. This position is an exciting role with our day service and does not entail any after-hours work. Depending on the suitability and preferences of the applicant, the role could be an exclusively house call role or a mix of clinic and house call shifts. Our clinics receive a varied and interesting caseload ensuring you have the opportunity to practice and foster a variety of medical skills such as ultrasound, thoracocentesis and pericardiocentesis, and a range of surgical skills encompassing both soft tissue and orthopaedic surgery.

Please click here to see photos! photos

What we’re looking for:

This role will be suitable for a veterinarian with at least 1 year of clinical experience. We’re confident we can help you develop clinically, so it’s more important to us to find someone personable and fun who’s going to fit into our team and help us continue to grow our practice.

The ability to build rapport with clients and communicate confidently is essential.

We encourage vets to focus on their strengths and interests and are open to discussion around what sort of role suits you best. Whether it’s a consulting only role, exclusively surgical role, diagnostic imaging, behaviour, dentistry or palliative care role you’re interested in, we’re confident that our practice could be the ideal place for you.

What we’re offering:

We’re offering a generous above-award financial package for the right person - $80,000 - $100,000 commensurate with experience. We have a performance-based bonus system for our veterinary team as well to ensure there is more reward for the busy days. We also pay a CPD allowance and are open to negotiating any other incentive items that motivate you. Our practice model allows you to work alongside multiple experienced veterinarians, ensuring that you continue to develop new skills.

Please email all applications to ben@thcv.com.au . If you want some more information or want to organise a time to come see what we do, please call Ben on 0438 786 205.

footprint bullet Back to top


Kookaburra Veterinary Employment reserves the right to edit or omit any advertisement at our discretion. We take no responsibility for the accuracy of any advertisement shown and will not be liable for any damages of any kind arising under any circumstances.

Employers: This page is specifically for non-general practice vacancies.
This site is viewed by vets from all over Australia, and from the UK, North America, New Zealand, South Africa, and Europe, plus we currently have over 220 vets on our register actively seeking work - contact us now to get the best exposure for your vacancy. 

Job Seekers:

  • You are welcome to apply directly to any of these clinics
  • To receive details of of suitable new jobs the day they become available please register with us
  • Jobs suitable for new graduates are marked with graduate hat
  • Approved business sponsors are marked with Sponsor
  • New jobs are positions posted within the last 4 weeks.