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

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  1. NT - Top End - Darwin - Yarrawonga - 6 vet small animal/exotics/wildlife practice, full/ part time, sponsorship on offer photos Sponsor
  2. QLD - Rockhampton Region - Alton Downs - Rocky Repro Pty Ltd - single vet bovine reproduction facility New Graduates welcomephotos New
  3. QLD - Brisbane N - Stafford Heights & North Lakes - Qld Vet Specialists & Pet Emergency - 13 x Rotating Internships New Graduates welcomephotos
  4. QLD - Brisbane - Wacol - RSPCA Wildlife Hospital - Wildlife vet
  5. QLD - Brisbane SE - Underwood Based - Veterinary Specialist Services - Internal Medicine Residency Sponsor photos
  6. QLD - Brisbane SE - Underwood - Veterinary Specialist Services - Internal Medicine Specialist Sponsorphotos
  7. QLD - Gold Coast - Carrara - Veterinary Specialist Services - Internal Medicine Specialist, sponsorship considered photos Sponsor
  8. QLD - Gold Coast - Carrara - Veterinary Specialist Services - Internship New Graduates welcome
  9. NSW - Southern Tablelands - Braidwood - Local Land Services, District Vet New
  10. NSW - Hunter Region - Rutherford & Tighes Hill - RSPCA - Senior Graduate Trainer photos
  11. NSW - Hunter Valley - Scone - Anaesthetist Supervisor New
  12. NSW - Sydney NW - North Ryde - Small Animal Specialist Hospital - 35 vet small animal/ECC, ECC Internship photos New
  13. NSW - Sydney NW - North Ryde - Small Animal Specialist Hospital - Rotating Internship New Graduates welcomephotos
  14. NSW - Sydney W - Newington - NSW Department of Primary Industries - Compliance Officer New
  15. NSW - Sydney Inner W - Homebush - Animal Referral Hospital - Medicine Internship photos
  16. NSW - Sydney Inner S - Rosebery - Sydney Vet Emergency & Specialists - 20 vet emergency/small anmal, Rotating Internship New
  17. VIC - Melbourne SW - Point Cook - 4 vet small animal ultrasound mobile referral practice
  18. VIC - Melbourne SE - Narre Warren Nth - 9 vet equine, Internship in Equine Medicine, Surgery & Anaesthesia New Graduates welcome
  19. SA - Adelaide E - Norwood - Adelaide Vet Specialist & Referral Centre - Medicine Specialist
  20. SA - Adelaide SW - Kurralta Pk - Adelaide Animal ECC & Referral Ctre - Specialists Internal Medicine; ECC; Oncology
  21. WA - Perth - Bull Creek - 11 vet small animal, full time Graduate Program New Graduates welcome photos
  22. NZ - North Island - Auckland Central - Mount Albert - 5 vet practice, exotics & wildlife vacancy photos
  23. NZ - Nth Island - Waikato - Gordonton - Global Veterinary Services - 5 vet mixed practice, including exotics photos New
  24. NZ - Nth Island - New Plymouth - Massey University - Senior Lecturer / Associate Professor in Small Animal Internal Medicine New


Exciting Veterinary opportunity at Global Veterinary Services

A mixed practice with a difference, involving Dairy, Zoo, Exotics and companion animals Every day working in this practice is interesting. The working day can include giving advice to dairy farmers, scanning cows, treating a variety of domestic pets from cats and dogs to birds, lizards and turtles.

We have a very positive team environment that is very supportive. We currently have five full time veterinarians and one part time support veterinarian. Included in our team are two veterinary technicians, two veterinary nurses, a full time office manager, a part time office receptionist and a human resources/marketing manager.

Our practice is dynamic and growing. We love the challenge of the growth and look forward to increasing our team.

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Global Veterinary Services was established in 2010.

The strength of the practice is the offering of personalised services to the clients that includes dairy farmers, Hamilton city council, Hamilton Zoo and companion animal owners.

There is a wealth of knowledge in the practice. The principal vet and the senior vet have over 30 years’ experience each.
There are currently vets from Australia, America and New Zealand working in the practice.

This position is new and you will be working with all of the current staff. We are looking for a mixed practice veterinarian with some experience. The salary package is very competitive. 

This is a rare opportunity to pursue such interesting mixed practice work.

Please look at our web site
Please check out Hamilton zoo

Please send your CV to

If you would like to discuss this position please phone Andrew Principal Veterinarian
0214 56937

We are most interested to hear from you

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Rotating Internship Program

The Hospital:

The Small Animal Specialist Hospital (SASH), has a prominent location in Sydney, Australia and is a large veterinary referral hospital providing a complete range of clinical services to their clients and patients. SASH has an excellent reputation for providing the highest level of quality health care service to veterinary patients with a wide range of clinical services including internal medicine, neurology, surgery, oncology, cardiology, rehabilitation, ophthalmology, dermatology, exotics, radiology, anaesthesia, critical care, rehabilitation and 24-hour emergency services.

The hospital offers a brand new Intensive Care Unit, full service in-house lab, ultrasound, CT scanner, high- field MRI, digital radiography, laparoscopy, endoscopy, fluoroscopy and more.

The Position:

We have a 12-month rotating internship position available to start in July 2019. The successful applicant will be required to assist the specialists to ensure that patients and clients get the best veterinary care possible. These positions are also a structured learning opportunity and will allow access to a varied case load with the support of highly qualified professionals.

This 12-month, full-time position will involve being exposed to all the specialties in the hospital, on rotations as well as elective opportunities.

Key skills for this role include:

To be successful in this position you will have:

What we can offer you:

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If you are interested in the prospect of working with a great team with plenty of support at all times from other vets and nurses in a hospital with excellent facilities and challenging and rewarding cases, don’t miss this opportunity, apply today!
The Intern Class of 2019 – 2020, starts July 2019.

Due to the popularity of our course, we are only able to offer 1 intake per year.

The next step is to forward your resume with a letter of intent: Jessica O’Connor quoting Reference No: KINT2019/03 to email:

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We’re inviting applications for internships in 2020

Queensland Veterinary Specialists and Pet Emergency share two facilities across Brisbane’s northside, providing referral soft tissue surgery, orthopaedic surgery, internal medicine, oncology, dermatology, theriogenology, diagnostic imaging, critical care and emergency medicine.

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Thirteen internship positions are available from January 2020 for 12 months

Our successful applicants will be committed, intelligent, open-minded scientists, and dedicated, willing, enthusiastic veterinarians with any level of experience.

Salary is in excess of the Award.

To discuss these positions and obtain an application pack, please contact Dr Nic Spooner as soon as possible.

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Adelaide Veterinary Specialist and Referral Centre (AVSARC) opened in July 2000 as one of the most advanced veterinary clinics in the state. The first facility in South Australia offering a multidisciplinary small animal referral service, we have extensive experience treating a diverse range of small animals. Our veterinarians have specialist training and the clinic has been purpose-built ensuring the highest standard of care in state-of-the-art facilities for all our patients.

We provide a comprehensive service accessed by referral from general practice patients with severe, complex or protracted medical conditions requiring specialised equipment and expertise beyond that found in a general Veterinary practice.  Referral services in Surgery, Internal Medicine, Oncology, Dermatology, Physiotherapy, and Diagnostic Imaging are offered. AVSARC offers some of the most advanced diagnostic, medical treatment and surgery options in South Australia. 

AVSARC invites applications from appropriately qualified Medicine Specialists to join our Small Animal Internal referral service.   The successful candidate will be eligible for Specialist Registration in South Australia in Small Animal Medicine, Canine Medicine or Feline Medicine, or have completed training.

The ideal candidates will have the following skills and attributes:

Our staff enjoy:

A salary which recognises experience will be negotiated with the successful candidates, and other benefits include one weeks paid study leave and assistance with relocation. We are happy to consider applicants from overseas who have appropriate qualifications to be recognised in Australia.

Position enquiries:

Dr David Davies BSc BVMS (Hons) ANZCVS (Canine Medicine)
Specialist in Canine Medicine
Adelaide Veterinary Specialist and Referral Centre

Applications including cover letter & resume:

Gena Notley
Business Manager
Adelaide Veterinary Specialist and Referral Centre

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Are you passionate about being a vet, do you want to see more than just cats and dogs?

The Ark Animal Hospital is an established and expanding six vet practice in Darwin, Northern Territory, the fasted expanding region in Australia.

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.

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Our ideal candidate will possess the following:

We offer

If this role is the right one for you please send your application, including a cover letter and resume, outlining your suitability to:

Visit: or

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The Adelaide Animal Emergency & Referral Centre (AAERC) is a member of the Animal Referral Hospital group, which is the largest specialist and emergency group in Australia, with over 450 employees across 8 locations. Our Homebush facility in Sydney was established 17 years ago and provides referral services in the fields of small animal surgery, internal medicine, critical care, medical oncology, radiation oncology, ophthalmology, diagnostic imaging, dentistry, and exotics. At AAERC, we have access to Specialists and referral clinicians across all 8 locations, 24 hours a day.

AAERC has a great team of long-term employed support staff who are engaged and committed to providing the highest quality patient care. Newly renovated on-site facilities include CT, fluoroscopy, ultrasonography, digital radiology, endoscopy, Idexx laboratory equipment including blood gas analysis, 3 operating theatres, isolation ward, and mechanical ventilators, with an MRI on its way. We currently offer referral services in the fields of small animal medicine, surgery, cardiorespiratory medicine, and dentistry, as well as providing a 24-hour emergency service with a wide catchment area.

Due to our growing success, we are looking to expand our existing Internal Medicine department, and there is opportunity to create new services, including Critical Care and an Oncology Service. Specialists will have the advantage of working with our experienced support staff, including skilled nurses and a knowledgeable management team.

Opportunities for specialists exist in:

Adelaide is a beautiful city, bursting with culture. Relocation to Adelaide not only means a great work opportunity for you, but a thriving community for your family. With dozens of iconic beaches & national parks, wineries, regular sporting and entertainment events, a diverse array of restaurants & bars will keep even the biggest foodies out there happy.

In addition, we offer our staff access to:

To further discuss the requirements of this position, please contact:

Dr Ron Baker (Managing Director)
Henk Plaggemars (Practice Manager)

Adelaide Animal Emergency and Referral Centre
119 Anzac Highway, Kurralta Park, South Australia, 5037
Phone: (08) 8371 0333

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Be part of something greater. Help support animal welfare in NSW by driving & delivering a compliance program that continually improves animal research standards at licensed facilities. Temporary (until June 2020) full-time position located in Newington (moving to Parramatta in 2020).

The NSW DPI Biosecurity & Food Safety Compliance Investigations team are looking for a self-motivated, qualified and experienced Vet to join them in this newly created position.

What you will be doing: As Veterinary Compliance Officer you will be increasing compliance of relevant animal welfare legislation by licensed animal research facilities through a combination of education and compliance advice, compliance monitoring and enforcement.

If you are passionate about applying your veterinary experience to a variety of settings both in the lab and in the field, then this is the job for you!

For further information please contact Greg Vakaci, Manager Compliance Investigation on 0427 427 454 or

For a copy of the full advertisement, the role description and to apply please visit and search job number 500455.

Applications must be submitted electronically via the online application portal by Monday 22nd April 2019 @ 11:55pm

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Are you feeling a bit chilly with the polar vortex? Are you looking to practice high quality specialty medicine in an internationally diverse practice? Consider moving to Australia, many of your ACVIM colleagues have already made the move after their residency and never looked back. Queensland experiences 300 days of sunshine annually with a subtropical climate. Our motto is gorgeous one day, perfect the next! Still not sure, have a look at google images of Tallebudgera Creek and Burleigh Heads, a 10 minute drive from our Gold Coast clinic.

Our team is a fun combination of Australians, Europeans, Americans, and South Africans. We have ACVIM/ECVIM/South African boarded diplomates in internal medicine, cardiology, dermatology, ophthalmology, surgery and Australian boarded diplomates in critical care, dentistry. The oncology and radiation oncology (ACVR) is within a 1 hour drive for treatments such as stereotactic radiation. We use teleradiologists (small island, not a lot of radiologists).

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Envision copper crested cockatoos on your drive to work, waiting for a koala to cross the road, having a surf or a beach run before work, and actually getting to take all your vacation. 

Why Australia?

The Gold Coast, Queensland is a place where a medicine specialist is able to obtain real estate within walking distance to beach. If you like the rainforest, our Hinterland is a short 30 minute drive away for hiking and mountain biking. Our clinic is about a lifestyle choice. If you like the city, consider our Brisbane clinic. If you love the beach, consider the Gold Coast Clinic.

Veterinary Specialist Services (VSS) is one of the largest independent/non-corporate referral practices in South-East Queensland with hospitals located in Underwood (south of Brisbane), Carrara (Gold Coast) and Jindalee (western suburbs). We have over 30 veterinarians and 80 support staff between our clinics.


What we can offer you:

We are committed to finding the right team members - If you are interested in discussing opportunities within VSS, please email our Head of Human Resources, Kylie Simmons on or please contact our Director – Internal Medicine Specialist Peter Barron, BvSC, FACVS (Medicine)  on

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Small Animal Internal Medicine Specialist | Diplomat | Fellow | Board Eligible | Senior Resident
South East QLD, Australia

Veterinary Specialist Services is a multidiscipline small animal referral hospital providing a referral service to veterinary practices from Northern NSW, SE Qld, regional Qld and the NT. VSS was established in 2000 in Underwood, Brisbane and 2008 at Carrara on the Gold Coast. In 2017, VSS opened a 3rd referral hospital in Jindalee, Brisbane’s western suburbs.

Veterinary Specialist Services is currently serviced by a team of over 30 veterinarians (plus 80 support staff) covering the specialties of canine and feline internal medicine, surgery, cardiology, oncology, ophthalmology and dermatology; as well as leading in the disciplines of dentistry, intensive care and animal physiotherapy. These disciplines are well represented at all our hospitals.

Our hospitals are purpose designed, state of the art facilities with dedicated ICU, CT, MRI, Video Endoscopy, Ultrasound and Fluoroscopy, providing a referral only service whilst working closely with an integrated 24-hour emergency service.

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Veterinary Specialist Services is looking to expand the current team at their Underwood Hospital in South East Queensland.

Your primary focus will be to:

What we can offer you:

If you are interested in discussing opportunities within VSS, or for a confidential conversation, please contact Kylie Simmons, Head of Human Resources at

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Veterinary Specialist Services
Internal Medicine Residency – Brisbane, Australia

Veterinary Specialist Services is offering a position in our residency program commencing in March 2019.

Unique in Australia compared to any other residency program is our dedicated residency supervisor. Our supervisor is an internal medicine specialist solely dedicated to resident training, support and preparing our residents for fellowship examinations.

You will have access to a range of diagnostic equipment and services including; pathology, MRI, CT, digital radiography, fluoroscopy for function studies and interventional cardiology, dedicated intensive care unit complete with ventilators and a blood bank, endoscopy including; respiratory, gastrointestinal and urinary tract endoscopes, dedicated medical procedure suite, multi-room sterile theatre complex, laparoscopy and an aqua treadmill for rehabilitation.

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The successful applicant will be supervised by 2 small animal internal medicine specialists and join a team of 7 Medicine Specialists over 3 practices along with a network of registrars, residents and interns dedicated to helping each other provide exceptional patient care.

You will also be working with a feline specialist, cardiologists, specialist surgeons, dentists, dermatologists, emergency and ICU veterinarians and a physiotherapist. We maintain a collaborative, modern hospital with daily clinical rounds and regular journal club and physiology/text reviews.

Veterinary Specialist Services is an eminent and inclusive referral hospital. We work alongside the Animal Emergency Services to provide 24-hour care 365 days a year. We have a high and varied caseload and employ more than 30 veterinarians over 3 sites (Underwood, Carrara and Jindalee).

Applications are invited to apply for the three-year small animal internal medicine residency program based at the Underwood Hospital.

The full‐time program will enable the successful applicant to fulfil the credentialing requirements for specialist examination by the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists and ultimately become a fellow of the College.

Applicants must have completed a rotating internship or have equivalent clinical experience in practice. Being a member of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists will be looked on favourably but is not essential. The residency is available for a highly motivated, driven individual who will practice excellence in patient care and make the most out of every learning opportunity presented in this busy tertiary referral centre.

We are looking for a collaborative team player with a positive attitude and a willingness to learn. In addition to base salary and superannuation, our remuneration and benefits package includes paid leave for study, externships and training in related disciplines.

You will also be involved with our annual conference engaging with world respected specialists and develop your reputation speaking at regular seminars for referring practitioners. We celebrate our successes and enjoy a Gala Ball, Christmas Party and Intern BBQ to name a few social and regular events for our community.

Applications are restricted to veterinarians with a degree registrable in Queensland and must be an Australian citizenship or have Australian permanent residency.

Please send an application including a cover letter, resume and references to our Head of Human Capital Kylie Simmons via e-mail: and any enquiries to our dedicated residency supervisor Dr Ann Thompson (e-mail: or ph: 07 3841 7011).

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Exciting opportunity for a qualified Veterinarian to work with the South East Local Land Services team.

About us

Local Land Services (LLS)
is a statewide organisation that is helping secure the future of agriculture and the environment for New South Wales communities.  Our programs and partnerships grow farm productivity and healthy environments and we play a vital role in helping to protect against pests, diseases and environmental threats. We connect our customers with the best services, advice and networks.

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

About the Role

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

Essential Requirements

Desirable Requirements

Applying for the Role

For more information about the role, please contact Mark Lettfuss – Local Manager – Palerang on 0439 203 188 or  view the role description.

If you wish to apply for the role, please attach a copy of your CV (maximum five pages) along with a one - two page cover letter describing how your experience relates to the role.

Applications close: Sunday 28 April 2019.

Click here to apply now!

As a requirement of the role, you may also be required to undergo a pre-employment medical and/or police checks with the Department of Industry. A talent pool may be created from this recruitment action for ongoing and temporary roles of the same standard that may become available for filling over the next twelve months.

The Department of Industry is committed to ensuring the sector reflects the NSW community it serves. We promote a flexible and inclusive workplace where staff have access to opportunities and resources at all levels, enabling our team to drive innovation, productivity and the delivery of high-quality services. We welcome and encourage applications from people across our diverse community. We believe everyone has the right to feel safe, respected, valued and heard regardless of their gender, sexual orientation, ethnic background or disability. 

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Intern in Emergency and Critical Care

The Hospital:
The Small Animal Specialist Hospital (SASH) is located in North Ryde in beautiful Sydney, Australia. We are a large multi-disciplinary veterinary referral hospital with an excellent reputation for providing the highest level of quality care to our patients. We offer a wide range of clinical specialties including ophthalmology, internal medicine, neurology, surgery, sports medicine and rehabilitation, oncology, dermatology, radiology, emergency and critical care, anaesthesia, and exotics.

The hospital offers an Intensive Care unit, full service in-house laboratory suite, ultrasound, CT scanner, high field MRI, digital radiography, laparoscopy, endoscopy, fluoroscopy and more.

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To find out more about what it’s like to work at SASH click on the link below to watch the SASH video: Watch the SASH video

The position:
We have an exciting new role for an intern in Emergency and Critical Care. The intern will be a part of the emergency and critical care team under the guidance of our 3 American Diplomat Specialists in emergency and critical care.

The internship will involve a rotating roster of shifts during days, evenings, nights and weekends. The internship will involve both independent case management (80%) as well as assisting senior veterinarians in management of critical cases.

The internship has been structured to prepare the candidate for a residency in emergency and critical care. The programme is of 12 months’ duration and can include participation in a clinical research project if presenting at a conference or publishing is of interest to the candidate.

Key skills for this role include:

To be successful in this position you will:

What we can offer you:

If you are interested in the prospect of working with a great team with plenty of support at all times from other vets and nurses in a hospital with excellent facilities and challenging and rewarding cases, don’t miss this opportunity, apply today!

This role is available to start in May 2019.

The next step is to forward your resume with a cover letter: Attention Human Resources Coordinator quoting Reference No: INTICU/2019 to email:

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Sydney Vet Emergency & Specialists – Full Time Medicine/Emergency

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

We are looking for a recently graduated vet to join our team as a rotating internal medicine and emergency veterinary intern.

About you:

About the job:

About SVES:

We are committed to getting the right person for the job. To apply please email your CV only to

We will contact you within 7 days to advise you about progression to the next stage of the recruitment process.

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Rocky Repro is seeking to employ a vet who has a genuine interest and or experience in bovine reproduction and the beef cattle industry.

Rocky Repro is a leading central Qld based Bovine Reproduction Centre offering a range of in centre and on-farm bovine reproduction services. Our clients represent some of the leading seedstock producers in Australia and we highly value these on-going relationships, built up over many years.

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Rocky Repro is Queensland’s principal export accredited semen collection centre. Co-owner Dr Ced Wise has 30+ years’ experience in the cattle industry and offers a unique mentor opportunity in the areas of bull fertility, semen collection, embryo transfer and IVF.

The unique position we have available is full time 38-hour week plus overtime, Monday to Friday with no set week end work and no after-hours or on call work. You would be working in a non-clinic environment with a very high degree of autonomy.

New or recent graduates together with vets of any experience or circumstance are encouraged to apply.

Rocky Repro is located 15km from Rockhampton the hub of central Qld and only 1hour flight to Brisbane. Rockhampton has all the services, amenities and sporting facilities, for singles or families.

We are offering an attractive salary package commensurate with experience, car and phone. 4 weeks annual leave together with study and conference leave. Significant future opportunities exist for those who become long term members of the Rocky Repro team.

We are flexible regarding start dates and job specifics and would be delighted to discuss options further.

Interested applicants please send your resume and cover letter to: Tim North email or call 0427 473 442 for more information.

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Senior Lecturer / Associate Professor in Small Animal Internal Medicine - Academic Track

School of Veterinary Science
College of Sciences
Term length: permanent
Hours of work: full-time

To view the academic salary scales, click on this link

Position Overview

The School of Veterinary Science at Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand invites applications for a newly created, permanent academic position in small animal medicine. The successful candidate will join two existing faculty members in the small animal internal medicine service.

The successful candidate will spend approximately 50% of their time providing internal medicine services to the clients of the Veterinary Teaching Hospital (VTH). Our internal medicine team includes the existing 2 FTE of board certified internal medicine specialists, one specialist in Clinical Nutrition, and residents in our ACVIM SAIM program. Additional support is provided by dedicated technical staff, and rotating small animal interns.

The Massey VTH is the largest multispecialist veterinary hospital in New Zealand. Hospital facilities include flexible and rigid endoscopy, digital radiology and ultrasound, fluoroscopy and in-house 16-slice CT. MRI examinations are regularly performed at a nearby human imaging practice. The hospital maintains a full suite of in-house diagnostic laboratory equipment including blood gas analysis. The building is shared with NZVP, a full service reference laboratory owned and operated by IDEXX. Patient care is provided 24/7 by a dedicated team of ER veterinarians and technicians, backed up by 2 board-certified criticalists. Additional clinical services within the hospital are provided by a group of 3 board-certified surgeons, dedicated anaesthesia staff, and visiting dermatology, opthalmology and cardiology services.

Palmerston North is a family-friendly, eminently bikeable, compact city of approximately 80,000 people centrally located in the North Island of New Zealand. There is easy access to outdoor activities such as skiing, hiking, excellent road- and mountain-biking and surfing. The town has a vibrant coffee culture, numerous restaurants, and is close to some of the best winemaking areas in the world. The nearest large city, New Zealand’s capital city Wellington, is approximately 1.5 hours drive away. Wellington provides a dose of big city culture and is the departure point for vehicle ferries to the South Island.

For further information please contact A/Prof Craig Ruaux

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Senior Lecturer / Associate Professor in Small Animal Internal Medicine - Academic Track

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Exotics & Wildlife Veterinarian

Pet Doctors in Auckland (St Lukes) has an opportunity for a full-time Veterinarian to join our exotics and wildlife team. In this role, you will receive training from word class exotics veterinarians and work in a purpose-built clinic!

What will you be doing at our clinic:

A bit about you:

What we can offer you:

As a part of our team, you will:

A bit about our clinic: Pet Doctors St Lukes

We cater to all companion pet species, including cats, dogs, and everything in-between! We are both a companion animal and exotics practice, and our team is dedicated to providing a high standard of care. Between our 5 vets, 6 nurses, 4 animal care attendants and a dedicated client relations, we are able to cater for the specialised medical and surgical needs of birds including backyard chickens, lizards, turtles & tortoises, rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas, rats, mice, and cats and dogs. Our purpose built clinic and dedicated team also offer boarding facilities for the exotic pets and a cattery. We are located in an area with plenty of parking and near a variety of shops (as well as the St Lukes mall). We are open 7 days, as we are one of the few clinics in Auckland with special facilities to care for a variety of species.

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About NVC
Our clinic is part of National Veterinary Care (NVC), a group of 97 clinics located across Australia and New Zealand. What makes us different?

National Veterinary Care believes that if we put our people first, the results will follow. We achieve this through having a highly qualified Veterinary Surgeon as our General Manager – Vet Services, who keeps our clinical standards at the forefront of business decisions. We achieve it through our Veterinary Training Centres – industry firsts where we offer practical CPD in everything from behaviour through to orthopaedic surgery – so that you have the skills and confidence to care for every pet who comes through your clinic doors. Click here to see more!

For further information about our clinic, please visit 

If you are interested in working with a great team with plenty of support and challenging and rewarding cases, please contact Shanda Lodge via

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Anaesthetist Supervisor

Scone Equine Group
Scone Equine Hospital is the largest equine veterinary practice in Australia. With registered specialists in Equine Surgery, Equine Medicine and Theriogenology and our highly experienced senior veterinarians, Scone Equine Hospital provides a world-class, specialised team working in equine surgery, medicine, diagnostic imaging, reproduction, neonatal and intensive care. Our reputation for dedicated expert care is based on understanding our clients and what their horses mean to them.

The Position
We are seeking a permanent anesthetist supervisor. This role is diverse and can be individually tailored for suitable applicants.  Experience in equine anaesthesia is necessary and experience in small animal anaesthesia is advantageous.

This role offers:

Selection Criteria

Applicants who are only eligible for limited registration will not be considered for the position.

The Location
Based in the Upper Hunter town of Scone we are located in the heart of the thoroughbred breeding industry. This is a beautiful part of rural Australia located close to Tamworth and other major rural centres. Sydney and the beaches of the central coast are just 3 hours away.

Why you should apply

For applications or further information please contact Helen Boyes at
Application deadline 30th April 2019.

Please visit the websites of SEG, including:

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Internship: Small Animal Medicine 12-18 months
The Animal Referral Hospital - Homebush, NSW
Job Number: HB1915

About us
The Animal Referral Hospital (ARH) is a well-established group of specialist veterinary hospitals. We offer a wide range of specialist services and provide 24-hour emergency and critical care through our facilities in NSW, ACT, QLD, VIC and SA. The Animal Referral Hospital at Homebush is supported by a range of specialist services including internal medicine; surgery; oncology; ophthalmology; behavioural medicine; exotics and avian; diagnostic imaging; and emergency and critical care. Our team is supported by the latest equipment including in house diagnostic laboratory, radiography, ultrasound, fluoroscopy, digital endoscopy, ECG, CT, MRI and stereotactic radiation.

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Due to our rapidly expanding organisation we now have an exciting opportunity for ambitious and dynamic individuals to take on a Medicine Internship commencing in May 2019.

The role
You will work predominantly under the guidance and mentorship of our internal medicine specialists, as well as more broadly within our team of professional veterinarians and expert nursing staff. You will also have close involvement with our other departments.

Interns are expected to participate in daily rounds, journal club meetings and case presentations. They will be encouraged to complete a published work during their internship and will be supported in the completion of ANZCVS medicine membership examination.

What we can offer
This internship offers an outstanding opportunity for a highly motivated, hardworking, experienced and professional individual to work and learn in a busy and friendly referral hospital team. It provides the perfect opportunity for individuals wishing to pursue future specialist training in small animal medicine, preparation for ANZCVS small animal medicine membership examinations or to simply expand their knowledge and experience for general practice. Previous ARH interns have continued on to residency positions worldwide.

Candidates must be eligible for veterinary registration at least in NSW, have at least 1-2 years of clinical experience, excellent communication skills and a strong knowledge base on which to build. The position includes 4 weeks annual leave and 1 week study leave.

Applications should include curriculum vitae, a letter stating the reasons for seeking the internship and the name and contact details of three referees with at least one from an academic and one from a practice/clinical background.

Belinda Tonna
HR Officer
The Animal Referral Hospital
250 Parramatta Rd
Homebush NSW 2140

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Internship 2019

Veterinary Specialist Services is a group of private, independent referral hospitals, dedicated to providing the best possible care to our patients, clients and referring veterinarians. Established in 2000, VSS now has three, fully equipped hospitals located at Underwood, Jindalee and Carrara.

The role
We are offering a 12-month internship

Interns will rotate through the referral services including Surgery and Internal Medicine. This is a fulltime training position which will prepare successful interns to further their career whether this be in general practice or advanced and specialist small animal practice.

The opportunity to spend time in the disciplines of Dermatology, Oncology, Ophthalmology, Cardiology, Dentistry, and Animal Physiotherapy is also available.

Participation in clinical rounds, medical and surgical journal clubs, presentation at seminars and the preparation of a paper for publication is expected of the successful candidates.

This position is available at our Carrara hospital.

The person
Both new and recent graduates with some experience and demonstrated genuine interest in Small Animal clinical practice are invited to apply.

Applicants should possess a degree in Veterinary Science or equivalent, registrable in Queensland.

Renumeration is in accordance with the Animal Care and Veterinary Services Award.

A 38-hour working week and 20 days annual leave are on a fixed term 12 month offer.

To submit an application for this role, email All applicants must supply the following documents:

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RSPCA Qld presents an exciting opportunity for a passionate wildlife Veterinarian to join their team based at the world class Animal Care Campus Wildlife Hospital in Wacol, Brisbane.

About RSPCA Queensland:

RSPCA Queensland is the state’s oldest, largest and leading animal welfare charity, dedicated to improving the lives of all domestic, farmed and native animals throughout Queensland. Each year over 50,000 animals need assistance from the RSPCA, with the numbers growing every year

About the RSPCA Qld Wildlife Hospital:

Our Wildlife Hospital will deal with over 21,000 sick, injured or orphaned wildlife animals this year. The

Hospital operates with both full time and part time staff. We receive animals 24 hours a day 7 days a week.  The hospital is fully equipped with surgical theatre, orthopaedic equipment, digital radiography, and ultrasonography. 

This role will best suit those who thrive in a fast paced environment. You will have both an internal case load as well as external case load with our existing wildlife carers. 

What you will need to be successful:

Part of your role will also be attending to domestic animals who arrive in critical condition during the night shift, as the campus also has a Domestic Animal Hospital.

The ordinary working hours for the successful incumbent will be 40 hours per week with hours being rostered over 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on a rotating roster. This position will involve regular night work with some day shifts.  Regular weekend work will be required.

Shifts for this position are 10 hours, and night shifts are from 10pm to 8am.

Applications are to be submitted via email to: Ensure you place the title WILDLIFE VET in the subject box of your email.  

Only people with the right to work in this country may apply for this position.

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RSPCA NSW Hunter (Rutherford) and Tighes Hill Veterinary Hospitals
Senior Graduate Trainer

Full-time permanent

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals New South Wales is Australia's pre-eminent animal welfare organisation. RSPCA NSW provides a strong voice for animals experiencing cruelty and neglect. The RSPCA NSW is committed to the care and welfare of animals, providing extensive professional facilities, including fully equipped veterinary hospitals and our state-wide shelter network, with 500 staff across NSW to care for animals.

This is a newly developed role to support recently graduated veterinarians into the workplace and provide insights and opportunities into the animal welfare sector. The successful applicant will provide knowledgeable, skilled and supportive guidance to graduates and foster an interest in welfare focused veterinary medicine.

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Reporting to the Managing Veterinarian, your responsibilities will include:

To be successful in this role, you will have the following skills and abilities:

To apply, please provide a cover letter outlining how you meet the selection criteria along with your current resume to Tonya Stokes on

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Sage Vets graduate program follows an individually tailored and flexible approach that includes training and development across all aspects of a private practice. Graduates receive a unique program that includes hands-on and online training, external and internal workshops, peer mentoring, ongoing support, with knowledge building activities to improve both technical and soft skill sets.

The objective of the program is to set the foundation for and accelerate the pathway to a successful career within a private practice setting.

About us

At Sage Vets we place the customer at the centre of everything we do. As a Western Australian and independently owned group of clinics, the core of our focus is on human relationships—the true meaning of what it means to be a veterinary professional.

Sage Vets employs approximately 50 veterinarian and paraprofessional staff across 6 locations. This position is based at Bull Creek but may be required to rotate through other Clinics as training progresses.

About you

You’ll be a passionate, customer focused, motivated, and eager to learn individual, with a drive to advance customer relationships.

About the role

In this learning and development role, you will learn to:

provide diagnoses, preventative care, and treatment services to the best of your abilities; perform core surgeries using our state-of-the-art facilities; working closely with clients to create tailored care plans, including follow-up visits, after-care support, and provide enough education for them to ensure a long and happy life for their pet; to be part of a committed and passionate team, contributing your skills and experience to provide the best veterinary care possible.

What we can do for you:

Provide a competitive salary.

Our Vet roster allows you to work a standard 7.6 hour day (10 shifts / 76 hour fortnight) with a weekend rotation of approximately 1 in 4, with days off either side to compensate. This means no really long 10hr+ days or 50 hour weeks followed by 30 hour weeks.

Our hospital hubs are newly renovated and equipped well with all the up to date equipment including digital radiology, ultrasonography, IM3 dental suite, anaesthetic monitoring systems, and IV fluid pumps.

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All surgery is done onsite at our hospital locations. Surgery is allocated at a time where it can be completed alongside other vets (not sole charge).

A strong support network. You’ll be surrounded by a team that wants to see you thrive, and see you focus your efforts on providing the best veterinary care that you can.

A personal development plan with financial support to see you grow your career the way you want to. There will be further education opportunities, veterinary networking opportunities, and the chance to give back to the community we serve;

Get in touch

If you think you’ve got what it takes to be a part of the Sage Vets family, and make a real impact in your community, we’d love to hear from you, so get in contact with us today.

Please email your application to For enquiries please ring Clinton Heron on 0434 569 666.

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Soundiagnosis is looking for the right Veterinarian to join their team.

We are looking for a passionate, enthusiastic and experienced Veterinary Ultrasonographer. The successful candidate will have several years of clinical experience. The successful candidate will be comfortable dealing with a heavy ultrasound case load, and have more than 5 years' experience working as a qualified sonographer. The ideal candidate also has experience providing ultrasound training.

The position is full time, with a long shift schedule, with rostered day off and including weekends.

Please send your CV and presentation letter with a personal short video introducing yourself and describing why are you the right person for this position to

Salary is commensurate with experience.

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Applications are currently being accepted for a veterinarian interested in an 18 month internship in equine medicine, surgery and anaesthesia at South Eastern Equine Hospital. The start date for the position is September 2019.

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

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

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

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

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