Tasmania, ACT and Northern Territory



Humpty Doo Veterinary Hospital is looking for a veterinarian to join our team. Would prefer an experienced vet, would consider part time, overseas graduate or new grad. We are a small family orientated clinic and understand the importance providing a supportive working environment and respect for personal time.

Humpty Doo Vets is a 2 vet companion animal clinic in the rural area 15 minutes south of the Darwin suburbs in the Northern Territory. Humpty doo is a relatively new clinic, recently renovated - providing a spacious and pleasant working environment. We focus quality care for pets, building excellent ongoing relationships with our clients and a good team working environment.

Being in the tropics you will have the opportunity to work up and treat an interesting range of cases both medical and surgical. Our facilities include a separate surgery, isolation, cat and dog wards, in clinic pathology, IM3 dental equipment, customer logic software, DR x ray system plus basic ultrasound. Darwin has access to a specialist surgeon and visiting Dermatologist and Ophthalmologist if needed.

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Salary is above award, negotiable based on experience. After hours is negotiable. Assistance with relocation and temporary accommodation available.

Humpty Doo is 38km south east of Darwin. See these links for more information on Darwin and surrounds. Our staff are happy to talk to you about working at H DV. Great lifestyle for the right applicant. Live in a destination others go to for a holiday.




For more information or to apply, please contact Marie Montgomery-Quin on 08 8988 3340 or email humptydoovet@hotmail.com

Visit: humptydoovet.com.au and

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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 fastest expanding region in Australia.

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.

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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:

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Experienced or New Graduate Mixed Practice Veterinarian required for a young, energetic and rapidly growing practice in one of the most vibrant townships in Australia – Alice Springs.

Northern Territory Veterinary Services’ Alice Veterinary Centre is rapidly growing and we are seeking a fourth veterinarian to join our friendly team. Ideally you will have mixed practice experience or at least be competent with small animals and basic ambulatory pleasure horse practice and we’ll show you the rest.

The Practice: The practice is brand new and purpose built, fully air conditioned and includes a dedicated surgical theatre, large prep/treatment room and separate dog and cat wards. Equipment includes digital x-ray, 2 ultrasounds, endoscopes, in house Idexx lab machines, fluid pumps, pulse ox, ECG and BP monitors, digital dental xray, iM3 dental machine, orthopaedic equipment, fully computerized with Rx works and 3 vehicles equipped for large animal ambulatory practice and remote community work. The clinic is rapidly expanding with the majority of the work being small animal and equine. We work also with the local wildlife centres and parks, treating a variety of native wildlife. We do a small amount of cattle station work, and this area can be focused on and grown if desired.

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Remote Indigenous Community Practice: In Alice Springs, we also operate Aboriginal Community Veterinary Services, providing services to remote indigenous communities throughout the whole NT. Community trips will be fully mentored and then accompanied with a nurse. Visits last for 1 to 14 days, averaging 5 days in duration and often travelling to spectacular and otherwise inaccessible areas including Uluru and the MacDonnell Ranges. Our remote work offers unique veterinary experiences in remote areas not normally seen by the general public. It is a great way to enhance animal welfare in remote communities.

The Position: We are seeking an experienced small animal or mixed animal veterinarian to help expand the practice which has grown rapidly, however, new graduates are also welcome to apply. Applicants can be predominantly small animal or equine focused, but an interest and/or willingness to participate in mixed animal practice will be considered highly. Small animal work which is a large percentage of the practice includes routine small animal medicine and surgery with advanced surgical options if desired, and a small component of birds, natives and exotics. Equine work is routine ambulatory practice for pleasure and station horses and local racetrack attendance. Willingness to travel to remote Aboriginal Communities and overseas to take part in dog and cat health and control programs is also encouraged.

Continuing Education: At NTVS, we encourage further education and offer at least 1 week of continuing education per year to our veterinary staff. We will send staff to courses and conferences to help further their skills and knowledge in a variety of different areas. Special interests are encouraged and we strongly follow best practice and evidence based medicine.

The Town: Alice Springs is a bustling town and far from being in the middle of nowhere. It has an extremely well serviced airport to all major capital cities, loads of shops, café’s, restaurants, schools, sports and cultural activities. Just a 2 hour flight to Darwin and most places. It is surrounded by many national parks some of them internationally renown including Uluru (Ayers Rock), Kata Tjuta (The Olgas), Kings Canyon, Palm Valley and the Larrapinta Trail. Its magnificent landscapes lend themselves to an active outdoors lifestyle. Major festivals and events include the Finke Desert Race, Masters Games, Henley-on-Todd Regatta, Camel Cup, and Alice Desert Festival to name a few.

Salary: We are offering a generous salary package of up to $150k (commensurate with experience) + profit sharing and partnership prospects if desired. Total annual leave and days off of up to 15 weeks per year (4 weeks annual leave, 1+ week study leave and accumulated RDO’s) leaves plenty of time for exploring the area, visits interstate or overseas holidays. Salary sacrifice options are also available for rent and other items which can help maximise your after tax income.

Contact Sam McMahon or Alex Burleigh at info@ntvet.com.au or 08 8972 3599 for more information.

Check out our website www.ntvet.com.au or facebook

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University Avenue Veterinary Hospital logo

A position exists for an experienced Veterinarian in our long established and expanding small animal practice.  Both practices are 100% small animal and operate with 3 full time vets at each location, supported by qualified and experienced nurses and a practice manager.

University Avenue Vet Hospital is a purpose built practice, fully air-conditioned with a dedicated operating theatre, large prep area, intensive care area and external access isolation room.  Both clinics are fully computerised with Customer Logic software, and well equipped with extensive in-house IDEXX laboratory, coagulation analyser, digital x-ray, ultrasonic dental machine, microscope with digital imaging. 

University Avenue Veterinary Hospital also has Mylab5 ultrasound, video endoscope and we transfer clients needing this equipment between clinics.

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We work closely with the NT Police dog unit, Department of Corrections dog squad, Military Police, Emergency Detection Dogs, Greyhound Rehoming Association, Top end re-homing  and Wildcare NT.  The Northern Australia Veterinary Specialist Services operate from our practice every second month, offering referral appointments and specialist soft tissue and orthopaedic procedures for our clients and our vets assist in these procedures.  We are also lucky to host Dr Anu O’Reilly from Melbourne Eye Vet and Dr John Hutt from Dermatology for Animals.

Our philosophy is to provide best practice medicine and excellent patient care, and we are looking for an experienced, motivated and enthusiastic Vet who shares our focus, to join our friendly team.  Highly competent recent graduates will be considered, and applicants should possess excellent communication and record keeping skills, be able to manage a busy caseload, and work well in a team environment supporting other team members.

Salary is above award and commensurate to experience, with 4 weeks annual leave and 1 week study leave plus allowance per year.  Our team of Vets are given the opportunity to further their surgical skills by assisting our specialists during procedures, and are encouraged to pursue further education.  This is a full time position and includes weekend work, some shift work at Darwin My Vet Service and some after hours. (afterhours is shared between 3 other veterinary practices in Darwin). 

Darwin is a vibrant, growing capital city with a tropical climate that allows a relaxed lifestyle and outdoor activity all year round. Darwin is also Australia’s most Asian city with frequent street markets and twice weekly night markets in the Dry Season. Direct flights to Singapore, Bali, Manila and Kuala Lumpur mean that a weekend away in Asia is a practical option. Travel times are generally less than for internal Australian journeys. Flight packages to other Asian destinations are often available at remarkable prices.

Visit www.tourismtopend.com.au for further information. You can also find our practices at www.univets.com.au and www.darwinmyvetservice.com.au

If you are interested in joining our team, please contact the Practice Manager and forward your details to tsmith@univets.com.au

University Avenue Veterinary Hospital & Darwin My Vet Service
66 University Avenue
Durack, NT, 0830

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Come and work in beautiful North-West Tasmania. In easy reach of rain forest, the rugged west coast, Cradle Mountain. Close to bush walking, fishing and other outdoor activities. Drive along the stunning coastline on the way to work every day. Melbourne is only a 1 hour flight away and the nearest airport is 15minutes from the clinic. Tassie is a great place to live and raise a family. Large choice of primary and secondary schools, both private and public. The best of country living with all the amenities of a small city on your door step.

An exciting opportunity exists to join a rapidly expanding practice in north-west Tasmania. We are currently a 2.5 vet practice. Work load is 50% small animal: 50% large animal with a focus on dairy. The practice is fully computerised with offsite access when required. We are well equipped including recently purchased new VetScan biochemistry and haematology machines, BCF Mindray 6 small animal ultrasound, orthopaedics kit with cordless Milwaukee drill, digital x-ray, fluid pumps and fluid warmer. Small animal case load extremely varied. You will get to work up cases that would be referred in the city. For those trickier surgery cases we have a surgeon who visits the clinic. Our 4 nurses are enthusiastic, dedicated and fun-loving.

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The farm clients are progressive and friendly – people who will still give you a cuppa and the occasional meal. Farms range from large 1000+ cow dairy herds to hobby blocks. Case load includes calvings, general emergencies, pregnancy testing, reproductive work, lameness and disease and mastitis investigations etc. 2 BCF ultrasounds (one new – which you will use) with BUG googles and wireless screen for pregnancy testing. Scope for increased horse work for someone with the right skill set or desire to upskill.

We are ideally seeking a full-time experienced vet but are happy to consider part time employment. We can accommodate your ideal large:small animal ratio, however you must be able to attend both large and small animal after hours calls. Recent and new graduates are welcome to apply.

Salary starting at $65,000 plus super for a new graduate up to $120,000 for those with the right skill set and 4 or more years’ experience. After hours is 3 in 1 on call and on those very rare occasions that you must do more than this, you will be paid extra per night on call. After hours bonuses may add $7000-12000 to your package and we will pay a retainer of $50 a night. You will be provided with a fully equipped practice vehicle with some personal use permitted.

Early partnership opportunity for the right person. Sponsorship of overseas vet qualified to practice in Australia would be considered. Relocation allowance considered.

To discuss further or apply, please contact Dr S van Es on 0427 323 292 or ahstas@hotmail.com

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The Animal Medical Centre in Launceston is the largest companion animal practice in Tasmania.

Our clinic has 2 separate buildings- the dog clinic and the cat clinic. Our ISFM gold standard clinic has been open for almost two years and we have seen many new clients come to us as a result.

We are looking for a passionate cat loving vet. Ideally you have completed or undertaking ANZCVS Feline Medicine Membership but this is not essential. You will be encouraged and supported to practice high quality medicine and lead a team of nurses who love cats. The position is full time but we are happy to consider candidates who want to work part time.

The cat clinic is in a beautifully renovated two storey Victorian house. Everything you need we have- ultrasound, digital and dental radiology, Idexx Catalyst, Procyte and Sedivue analysers, rigid and flexible endoscopy and Smartview. You will have plenty of support from the other team members- either experienced vets or our great nurses and receptionists.

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If this is your dream job then read on to find out about our fantastic town of Launceston. More and more people are coming from the “mainland” to live in Launceston because of its relaxed, family friendly and affordable lifestyle (housing is much cheaper here than the mainland capital cities). Launceston has a vibrant art and café scene and is base to many of the sights and activities of the north of the island. We are surrounded by vineyards producing quality chardonnay and pinot noir. Great beaches with turquoise water are only one hour away and in winter it only takes an hour to get to the snow. If you like bushwalking and mountain biking- you already know this is one of the best places in Australia. And if you still need your big city fix- Melbourne is only a 45 minute flight away.

Our vets are paid a very attractive salary- the right candidate should expect a salary in excess of $100K. You will work a 32-35 hour week on average, one week day off per week and 20 days annual leave (equating to 5 weeks) and a very generous CPD allowance.

Check us out at animalmedicaltas.com.au and Facebook. If this is the job you have been dreaming of the send your cover letter and CV to admin@animalmedicaltas.com.au.

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National Veterinary Care (NVC) a group of 95 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! https://nvcltd.com.au/Veterinary-Training-Centre/

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a full- time Graduate Veterinarian to join our busy teams in Tasmania, working across two clinics located in Quoiba and Devonport.

Spreyton Veterinary Services is a small mixed veterinary practice, located only 7km south of beautiful Devonport. This clinic provides on-the-spot assistance for nearly all pet health and medical needs, with fully equipped examination rooms, diagnostic machines and pharmaceutical stores.

North West Animal Hospital aims to provide a comprehensive, professional and compassionate veterinary service. Their animal health team offers education, advice and care to all pet parents to ensure their pets have the longest, happiest and healthiest lives possible.

In this dynamic role, you will be provided with an opportunity to advance your skills and knowledge in busy and energetic environments.  We treat cats, dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs, rats, mice, birds and more. We offer assorted services, such as dentals, dental x-rays, x-rays, in house bloods (BioChem & Haematology), general surgery, ultrasound, endoscope, trans cervical insemination, grooming, DIY coin dog wash and cat boarding.

Our clinics are general practices with no permanent nearby specialists or emergency clinics, so we cover a bit of everything! From routine vaccinations, desexings, unwell seniors and lumps and bumps to emergencies from HBC, snake bite, GDV & caesareans.

What we can offer you:

The successful candidate will have a commitment and passion for quality practice, client care, and preventative care, and will demonstrate effective communication skills in a collaborative team. With a desire to provide exemplary customer service and exceptional client relationship building skills, you will have a willingness to roll up your sleeves and get involved, with both energy and drive.

Eligibility for veterinary registration in Tasmania and unrestricted working rights are essential.

To learn more about our clinic please visit www.spreytonvetservices.com.au and http://northwestanimalhospital.com.au/

What is it like to work for NVC?

Let our staff tell you themselves!
‘Since coming to work for NVC, my whole outlook on my job, career and ultimately my life has substantially improved. I love that the ethos at NVC is to invest in people, treat them well and show them that they are valued. I have certainly felt that.’ – Louise Parry, Lead Veterinarian, Everton Park Veterinary Surgery

‘Yesterday afternoon we did a stitch up or a dog's ear. The case was referred to us by another vet group who had vets available but refused to see the case. I believe this would never happen at NVC because of the great culture that our CEO has worked hard to infuse through NVC and which I hope we never lose’. – Peter Elliott, Lead Veterinarian, Vetcall Ashmore

Watch our video to find out more https://nvcltd.com.au/careers/

Sounds great! How do I apply?
If you are a new Graduate seeking a supportive environment to grow your skills, do not delay – contact us today via Shanda Woods, Recruitment Coordinator, on 0407 300 263 or Apply Now.

This position offers a base salary of $52,000 (pro rata for part-time), dependant on the suitable applicant’s skills and experience. Whilst NVC seeks to source applicants who meet the above criteria and skill set, alternative applicant’s may still be considered. In these cases, the base salary is subject to change to suit.

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An exciting opportunity exists for a Graduate Veterinarian to join the team at a busy and energetic small animal practice, Burnie Veterinary Centre, in Northern Tasmania.

At Burnie Veterinary Centre, we aim to provide a comprehensive, professional and compassionate veterinary service. We recognise the significance of pets and the place they hold in our families. Our Veterinarians are highly skilled and we treat all types of pets and supply appropriate medicines to help sick pets get back to full health sooner.

As part of a committed team of 3 vets, 5 nurses and the support of our 3 other Northern Tasmanian clinics, you will have access to our custom-built facility, including well-equipped Digital Xray, Diagnostic Ultrasound, separate sterile surgery, including a full orthopaedic kit, full dental suite, IV pumps, pulse oximetry and ECG. The clinic is also fully computerized and runs Ezivet software.

With support and mentorship from experienced Vets available, we can offer the following benefits:

What we are looking for:

For further information about our clinic, please visit burnievetcentre.com.au

Our clinic is part National Veterinary Care (NVC), a group of 65 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, who keeps our clinical standards at the forefront of business decisions. We achieve it through our Veterinary Training Centre – 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!  

We empower our Lead Vets to run their clinics the way they see fit, providing admin support where needed. We don't re-brand our clinics. We empower our Graduates to achieve their goals through mentoring, internships and hands on workshops. We empower our Nurses to support their teams through upskilling and team consulting. Our scale allows us to ensure our clinics are well equipped and maintained, but we still want each individual clinic to have their own personality in their communities. Our Wellness Program allows you to teach your clients about preventative healthcare and build lasting relationships.

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a warm and welcoming practice with a committed team and a dedicated community of clients. To register your interest, please contact Shanda Woods, Recruitment Consultant, via swoods@nvcltd.com.au  or 0407 300 263.

This position offers a negotiable base salary range of $50,000 - $90,000 (pro rata for part-time), dependant on the suitable applicant’s skills and experience. Whilst NVC seeks to source applicants who meet the above criteria and skill set, alternative applicant’s may still be considered. In these cases, the base salary is subject to change to suit.

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Associate Veterinarian

Want to help save lives every day?

Tasmania's first and only dedicated After Hours Veterinary Emergency Centre is looking for an experienced Veterinarian.

AHVEC occupies a new purpose-built hospital and offers an excellent standard of care. We are equipped with digital radiology, ultrasound, endoscopy, full IDEXX laboratory and ABL90 blood gas machine. Our dedicated intensive care unit has a ventilator that gets lots of use in summer with snake envenomations.

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You will be working with a team of experienced veterinarians and nurses who will support you every step of the way. Several of our vets have MANZCVS in Emergency & Critical Care, Medicine of Cats and Small Animal Medicine. The nursing staff are talented and helpful.

Great patient care is delivered through teamwork and having a supportive work environment, therefore we employ based on skills, team fit and eagerness to improve, rather than experience alone (although that is also welcome). This has resulted in a very stable veterinary team with low turnover.

We are looking for:

Benefits and perks

Work Hours
As an after-hours veterinary practice the rostered hours will be a mix of shifts that span:

If you would like to apply for this position or would like further information, please contact our Human Resources coordinator via email pennyd@ahvec.com.au or call 1300 302 912

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The Hobart Community Veterinary Hospital is a not-for-profit facility / organisation seeking a small animal veterinarian to join our fun team. We provide the usual array of veterinary services to the general public with the particular aims of eliminating unwarranted euthanasia and encouraging desexing and responsible ownership of all pets. We provide payment plans and charitable discounts to those in need which helps animals and reduces the stress of those financial conversations with owners.

You will work with an experienced, supportive and good-humoured group of other vets and support staff. Our skilled nurses will always be one step ahead of you in providing excellent care to all of your patients! Our receptionists are well-trained in having financial discussions with owners and working out a plan that achieves the best outcome for their pet. Our team are highly dedicated to our great customer service, our service to the community and we all contribute to having a happy work environment. We have a large daily surgery workload and having 2-4 surgeons rostered on per day reduces the stress and increases the fun we have in surgery. We’re busy and efficient but we enjoy ourselves as we go.

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Our hospital is situated in the quiet, affluent suburb of Lenah Valley, just 10 minutes’ drive from the city centre. We are surrounded by tree-covered hills with views of Mt Wellington. We are open Monday to Saturday. We are not open to the public on Sundays or public holidays and we refer all our after-hours work to a nearby emergency clinic which affords us an excellent work-life balance.

If you’re hard-working, have excellent communication skills and a good sense of humour you’re encouraged to apply for this opportunity. Full or part time candidates will be considered.

If this sounds like the role for you, we would love to hear from you.

Please send Resumes and cover letter to hr@awlqld.com.au

For more information, see www.hobartcommunityvetclinic.com.au and

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Mixed practice opportunity - St Helens, Tasmania.

A well set-up, two vet practice, services the rural and coastal community of St Helens and is now seeking to replace a departing full-time veterinarian.

The practice provides a high standard of veterinary care and service to our clients. Over 95% of our workload is small animals with a number of dairy farms, beef farms and horses as an opportunity to escape the office and smell the roses. Wildlife is frequently treated by this practice and opportunities exist to acquire skills here.

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Salary and conditions is above the award and hours can be arranged to suit. After-hours to be shared. In the past the principal has worked the bulk of the after hours but this is negotiable. The position would suit anyone who desires to live and work in a small community without the pressures of being too busy to offer quality service. Tremendous opportunities exist for growth and expansion of the Clinic, as well as the region.

St Helens is a thriving town on the northern end of Tasmania's East Coast. This region is renowned in Tasmania as the Suncoast being consistently warmer than other regions of the state, but it still gets cold. Sun and surf are on the doorstep with ample water sports available including scuba, sailing and game fishing. Bushwalking and Mountain Bike riding are well served in this area.

Contact: Jeff Parsons,

East Coast Veterinary Clinic
67 Quail Street
St Helens, Tasmania. 7216
Ph: (03) 6376 1577
E-mail: dparsons@intas.net.au

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Full Time Mixed Practice Veterinarian Required
Experienced or New Graduate

Longford is located in the heart of the Northern Midlands of beautiful Tasmania, about 15 minutes south of Launceston (the largest centre in the north of the State, population >100,000). We are less than 10 minutes from Launceston Airport, which offers direct and affordable flights to Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane – the flight to Melbourne is only 45 minutes!

Tasmania has amazing scenery and outdoor opportunities, including camping, mountain biking, bushwalking, golf, fishing, surfing and skiing, all on your doorstep. Launceston is a well serviced and a vibrant centre, with a thriving arts and culture scene, world class wineries and micro-breweries, cafes, restaurants, cinemas and shopping, and the capital city Hobart is only 2.5 hours’ drive . Some of us are fairly new to Tasmania, but have settled in nicely and are starting to feel like locals already! Our clients are friendly, appreciative and generally very happy to work up cases.

Our current case load is approximately 70% small animals and 30% large animals (with a good mix of dairy, beef, horses, small ruminants and wildlife). Our clinic is very well equipped with: EzyVet Practice Management Software; Idexx in-house haematology and biochemistry; Carestream CR Digital Radiography; MindRay M5 Small Animal Ultrasound; IM3 Dental Unit; Pulse Oximetry; Blood Pressure Monitoring; Ap-Alert’s; Orthopaedic and Soft Tissue Surgical Equipment; 3 x Nikki IV Fluid Pumps; Electrocautery; and a Video Endoscope. We also have high quality large animal equipment, including: BCF EasiScan Curvilinear Transrectal Ultrasound; Lane Pulsator IV Electro-ejaculator; on-site mare and foal horse stocks; Powerfloat Equine Dental Equipment; and a large animal video Endoscope.

Our team is fun, experienced, young and dynamic, and we strive to practice high quality gold standard veterinary medicine. We are a very supportive workplace, and enjoy helping one another through difficult cases – a new grad would be well supported in our friendly clinic by three full time, experienced vets who are all easy going and approachable. Our team also includes five awesome vet nurses who share three full-time equivalent positions, and have a wealth of knowledge and skills.

The remuneration package would include: your salary (well above award, negotiated with experience), on call allowances, mileage allowances, 4 weeks of annual leave, 1 week of study leave, and an annual continuing education allowance.

Our clinic opening hours are 8:30 am – 5 pm, Monday to Friday, and we also offer an after-hours emergency service (on-call shared evenly between vets). So your on-call roster will be 1 in 4 with an RDO the Friday following your weekend on call.

If this sounds like your dream job, or you would like some more details, please email your CV or resume, and contact details for at least two referees, to us at: admin@longfordvets.com.au. We look forward to hearing from you!

We’re looking for someone that relishes the challenges that working with a variety of species brings, is a great communicator, enjoys a joke, and strives for good outcomes for patients and clients alike.

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Devonport is a fantastic place to live and has many advantages over living in a major city. We have fantastic mountain bike tracks, national parks and lakes, golf courses, great scenery and fresh air. For those who prefer the indoors there is a gin distillery, chocolate factory, maritime museum and many more activities – check out TripAdvisor. We also have housing affordability, what a great place to start your real estate portfolio.

Access to mainland Australia is easy we have our own airport and the Spirit of Tasmania docks here as well. 

And now for the opportunity you have been waiting for...

Our team is looking for a new graduate or experienced vet to join it. Our team includes 6 vets, 11 nurses and 1 receptionist.  We all follow our core values the most important is to have fun. We support one another and we understand that at times our career choice adds some stress to our lives. We are committed to our team’s mental wellbeing as well as their physical wellbeing, so much so that we have team members who are accredited mental first aiders. Work-life balance is essential, we ensure you take some time out of your busy day and have a dedicated 1 hour lunchbreak. 

We have all the modern facilities including in-house pathology, digital radiography and ultrasonography to mention a few.

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We have been in our current purpose built facility for 7 years but the clinic has been established for nearly 40 years.

The other advantage of being in Tasmania is that we have limited access to specialists, this means we get the opportunity to develop our skills in both surgery and medicine, with the support of the entire team.

The position is full time and will be paid above award, any extra hours worked above the 38hrs (which rarely happens as we believe in a good work- life balance) are either paid or given as time off in lieu – the decision is up to you. It includes the usual 4 weeks annual leave and 1 week study leave.

If you need more convincing that this is your ideal work place please go to our Facebook page and/or our website and then please email your CV with 3 referees to Lorraine@forbesstvet.net.au

See our website https://forbesstvet.net.au/


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Do you:

If you have said yes then you definitely need to keep reading.  We’re talking about Launceston, the largest town in the north of Tasmania.  More and more people are coming from the “mainland” to live in Launceston because of its relaxed, family friendly lifestyle.  Launceston has a vibrant art and café scene and is base to many of the sights and activities of the north of the island.  And if you need your big city fix - Melbourne is only a 45 minute flight away.

What about where you will be working?

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We are looking for an experienced veterinary surgeon who is competent in orthopaedic and soft tissue surgery.  Great communication skills and working in a team environment are essential.

Our vets are paid a very attractive salary:

Check us out at animalmedicaltas.com.au and facebook

If you think this may be your dream life send your cover letter and CV to admin@animalmedicaltas.com.au

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Job Name:          Smithton vet Service
Position:             Mixed Practice Veterinarian
Company:           Smithton Veterinary Service
Brief Description: Experienced mixed/cattle veterinarian to join our long established and expanding dairy mixed practice in north-west Tasmania, Australia.

Whilst experienced vets are preferred, recent graduates with dairy cattle skills and exceptional new graduates with a dairy focus are welcome to apply.

Smithton Veterinary Service is a predominantly dairy cattle practice but with a good mix of beef and small animals, horses and a taste of wildlife, birds and exotics.

The dairy work includes normal farm visits and emergency work, herd health programs, bull fertility testing, consultancy work (mastitis, reproduction and nutrition), lameness as well as manual and ultrasound pregnancy testing.

We have some great toys to make our lives easier e.g. two mobile tipper crushes, five portable ultrasounds, bull fertility testing equipment and an in-house blood analyser for large and small animals. We have all the usual small animal equipment including bone plating gear and digital radiography as well as horse facilities and a powerfloat. We pride ourselves in being very active in the area of farmer education through the provision of seminars and courses, and at a higher industry level with Dairy Australia.

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If you want to advance your dairy cattle skills, pursue your ANZCVS Membership or choose your own area of expertise, you will have the support of some great mentors in this practice.

We pride ourselves on the strong level of professional support and backup that we provide for our vets. Several of our vets are ACV approved pregnancy test examiners.  Smithton Veterinary Service is a recognised extramural teaching site for a number of universities and is one of five vet practices partnered with the University of Melbourne's Dairy Resident Training Program.

Our modern, well equipped clinic is centrally located in Smithton a very progressive and intensive farming district. Smithton is located in the Circular Head district on the North West coast of Tasmania in the heart of Tasmania's most intensive dairying and beef area - more than 60 000 milking cows with an average herd size of about 400 but many with 800 plus cows.  Along with Tasmania's relaxed lifestyle, Smithton and its surrounds offers a wide range of leisure and sporting activities.  Iconic Cradle Mountain, many other national parks and magnificent coastal scenery are all within close proximity.  Tasmania remains one of the best kept secrets in the world.

As part of Apiam Animal Health – Australia's largest rural and production animal veterinary group – we are able to offer considerable opportunities for training, personal development and career progression. Opportunities across the Apiam clinics are encouraged, and we offer industry-leading internal training.

Salary is paid at above the award rate and is commensurate with your experience and abilities.

If you are an experienced vet or an exceptional new graduate with an enthusiastic work ethic and a genuine interest in dairy cattle, we would love to hear from you.

Applications open now.


From more information on this role please contact Dr Craig Dwyer on 0429 696 667.

To apply for this role please email your resume and cover letter to recruitment@apiam.com.au  or apply via the Apiam website.

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New Graduate Veterinarian
Canberra, ACT

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

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

New full-time role Canberra, ACT is available for a passionate and enthusiastic Veterinary Graduate to join our Greencross Veterinary teams. You will also experience rotations within our specialty and emergency centres within your first 12 months alongside a wide range of other development opportunities.

Graduate Program includes:  

If you are as passionate and caring as we are and you have the following :

Please send a Cover Letter and CV to: Cheryl Nichols: cnichols@gxltd.com.au

National Recruitment and Relationship Manager, Greencross Vets

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Principal Veterinary Officer Animal Welfare Verification

The roles key responsibilities include:

Flexible employment arrangements are available with the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources.

Closing Date: 19th of June 2019

To Apply: http://www.agriculture.gov.au/about/jobs/job-vacancies

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Weston Woden Animal Hospital is a terrific practice!

We have a friendly, fun and talented team of vets and nurses, along with lots of really nice clients who appreciate our dedication and high level of customer service.

We are a well equipped four vet practice located in the lovely and very central Weston Creek area of Canberra. We operate on Rx works, have ultrasound, in house blood machine, digital radiography and dental radiography. We are closely associated with six other veterinary hospitals in the ACT and surrounds. Like us, these practices are owned and operated by local vets. This arrangement gives us access to specialised equipment and services such as referral surgery, radioactive iodine, endoscopy, second opinion ultrasound, advanced dentistry and acupuncture, along with expertise in behaviour, wildlife and exotics. The relationship also provides us with a network of great colleagues with whom we can discuss and refer cases, debrief, or just catch up for a drink!

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Currently, we are looking for a full time or part time vet to join us. We have many working parents and the job could be suitable for someone with childcare responsibilities. The existing team are all experienced practitioners, so the position would be suitable for a recent graduate. However, we would be very happy to welcome another more seasoned colleague into the ranks!

Our practice makes full use of the local emergency services and consequently, there will be no after hours, Sunday or public holiday work, and the rostering will be regular. Remuneration would be significantly above award.

If you would like to send your resume or request further information, please contact;
Ivan Gavazov

For more information, see www.localvet.com.au/WestonWoden

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We are seeking an experienced Vet to manage and further grow our Tuggeranong team within Our Vet Tuggeranong.

Today, you have practised for a few years in a small animals veterinary GP practice, actively refining your veterinary skills, growing your medical knowledge and experience through exposure to a diverse caseload and client base. You meet any consultation, diagnoses, procedure and treatment with confidence. You capably navigate each case with consideration and diligence, focussed on delivering the highest standard of care every time. This is equally matched by your surgical skill, where once you began with standard castrates and spays, now you proficiently complete advanced cruciate and soft tissue surgeries.

Ready for your tomorrow?

Be at the forefront of veterinary leadership.
You are keeping your eye out for the right opportunity that will place you at the forefront of veterinary leadership.

Our Lead Vets form a critical part of our leadership team across the network and more so, in the clinics they manage on a day to day basis. As a Lead Vet with Our Vet you are empowered to manage the clinic and shape its’ practices and culture. You are given the reigns to build a practice known for being an inviting, engaging, supportive and professional veterinary clinic that consistently delivers the best in pet care excellence. As a mentor to the next generation of vets and nurses within your team, you feel a sense of reward in sharing your experience and contributing to their personalised development. All the while, you similarly are interested in continuing your professional education and advancing your veterinary skills to senior level.

Reporting to a seasoned Regional Manager, with over 20 years’ of veterinary experience, a renowned surgeon, who has managed his own clinics and worked at executive level, will provide you with unparalleled learning and mentorship in your career. Our Regional Manager has successfully imparted his knowledge and experience in all aspects of managing a successful clinic, including people management, recruitment, customer satisfaction, business management, forecasting and budgets. This will add to your repertoire of skills and propel your career pathways into several directions.

The benefits of leadership with us.
Being part of our select group of Lead Vets will afford you several benefits beyond the professional aspects of your role.

With our expanding clinical resources our vets have access to inhouse clinical equipment used in imaging, microscopy, full surgeries (including isoflurane gas/anaesthesia), and dentals. Our structured and comprehensive training and induction programs (providing the essentials in clinic protocols and procedures), leadership workshops, an extensive library of certified online training modules (with credits available to meet CE requirements), and invitations to industry events and conferences.

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Based in the Best Friends stores, our vets have “one of the largest waiting rooms in Australia”. This allows you to focus on your responsibilities and trust in the Best Friends offering to assist you the rest of the way, giving you access to expert team members, an award – winning health & well - being range, the latest in pet care products, pre - puppy school and animal behaviour, grooming and skin/coat care.

Committed to promoting work – life balance, you will be rostered ordinary hours with no on-call or overtime required. Weekends are rotated across the veterinary team.

We are confident that once you join us you will want to remain part of the family network.

How to Apply: https://ourvetcareers.com.au/Vacancies/4687715/title/Lead-Veterinarian

For further information contact our Talent Manager, Theresa Galea, on 0452 237 470 or at theresa.galea@bfpets.com.au.

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Full Time Small Animal, Veterinarian
Fadden, Tuggeranong Valley, ACT

About Us

At Tuggeranong Veterinary Hospital, we promote the joy of pet ownership and cultivate long term client relationships that are based on a high standard of care. We achieve this by investing in the well being and development of our staff.

We are a progressive and busy hospital, growing by word of mouth with a large team of more than 30 members comprising of Veterinarians, Nurses, Animal Attendants and Administrative Staff.

We are open six days a week (Monday – Friday, 8am – 7pm and Saturday's 8am-3pm).

Lunch breaks are paid for on unbroken shifts.

The Role

Who We Need

The position is open to both graduate and experienced Veterinarians who are qualified and are able to obtain Board registration in the ACT. The successful candidate would need to have the ability to:

What We Offer

How To Apply

An application including a cover letter and resume can be forwarded by email to:

Colleen Black
Business Manager
PH: 02 6291 7711

Thank you for your interest in Tuggeranong Veterinary Hospital.

See www.tuggeranongvet.com.au

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Equine Veterinarian – Canberra Equine Hospital

Come and join a team with well established and long standing relationships in the Capital’s equine community.

We are looking for a 4th equine veterinarian to expand our team. Currently the Canberra Equine Hospital is a stable team of three equine veterinarians and support staff, treating a high case load of ambulatory patients. Our hospital facility also gives us the opportunity to treat horses in-hospital, is purpose built and equipped for further diagnostics and treatment.

Canberra and the surrounding region has a large equine population with great diversity; from a well cared for aging population to high level performance horses in all disciplines. Our services include but are not limited to general care for all types of horses, dentistry, lameness, reproduction, emergency and after-hours services. We also have a surgery and anaesthetic set up to facilitate all types of surgeries for our patients. Our veterinarians all have special interests and we actively encourage continuous education that allows for great medicine and patient care.

The position would suit an enthusiastic equine veterinarian with a minimum of two years’ experience who is able to work independently in the field and hospital. A full time position is available including a share of the after hours. Part time applications will also be considered.

To be considered for the role apply to Derek.delsimone@vetpartners.com.au or call 0417 202 998

Feel free to check out our Facebook to meet the team: www.facebook.com/CanberraEquineHospital

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Tuggeranong, ACT – Full-Time Veterinarian
“Next step in your career!”

An exciting opportunity has become available for an experienced and passionate vet looking to grow and develop personally and professionally. Our Tuggeranong clinic is seeking a Full Time Veterinarian to join our team of supportive, driven and enthusiastic vets.

Our Clinic and Team
Our clientele consists of well-loved pets with loyal and committed owners which is what drives our family focused practice. Our team pride themselves on providing premium and outstanding pet care services and building long term client relationships. You will be given many leadership opportunities with the support and guidance of the Greencross vets alongside the clinical freedom to develop in your expertise.

To assist us with ensuring a positive and memorable clinical experience our clinic is fully equipped with digital X-ray, IM3 dental machine, dental Xray, endoscope, ultrasound, radiology, pathology testing, 4 consult rooms, 1 kennel room, a lab and a surgery room.

About Greencross
Work life balance is extremely essential, and we support you with 4 weeks’ pro-rata annual leave and 1-week pro-rata study leave as well as providing you with opportunities for Continuing Education both from a professional and personal perspective. We invite you to attend our exclusive annual Greencross Vets Symposium whilst providing you all your other required CE points free. We will also pay for your VIN and AVA memberships.

Greencross Tuggeranong is a friendly community perfect for families, providing a range of cafes and restaurants, shopping outlets and affordable living areas. Tuggeranong is located only 20 minutes from Canberra, the proud capital city of Australia renowned for its number of galleries and museums and plenty of creative flair offering the best of both worlds.

We are looking for:

Please send your CV to
Cheryl Nichols
National Relationship & Recruitment Manager


0439 296 263

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Emergency and Critical Care Veterinarian
Animal Referral Hospital
Job Number: CB1904

About us

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

The position

An exciting opportunity exists for a Veterinarian to join our cohesive and dynamic team on a full-time basis. The position would be suitable for either a new or recent graduate or an experienced Vet. The candidate should have a genuine interest in emergency medicine and be someone who loves an exciting environment.

What we can offer

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

Starting salary is $90,000 commensurate with experience, plus 4 weeks annual leave, 1 weeks paid study leave and continuing education allowance. Support to relocate to Canberra will be offered to the successful applicant if required – to find out more about living and working in Canberra, please visit www.canberra.com.au

About you

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

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

To find out more about our facilities and hospital, please visit www.arhvets.com

If you are ready for your next career move with the ARHC team, please send your application, including a cover letter, resume and contact details for at least two referees, outlining your suitability against the above mentioned criteria to recruitment@arhvets.com. Please quote job number '1904' in the subject line of your email. Applications can be addressed to:

Darcie Nicol
Practice Manager
The Animal Referral Hospital Canberra
15/2 Yallourn St, Fyshwick ACT 2609

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Canberra Veterinary Emergency Service

Do you love the thrill of the crash? Do you love the chance to save lives each shift? Then it is time to cross over to the dark side!

Canberra Veterinary Emergency Service is looking for Casual or Part Time Experienced Veterinarians to join our team of experienced Emergency Veterinarians.

We have a fun, compassionate and motivated team who prioritises the best care for patients and their humans in what can be an emotionally charged atmosphere. We are looking for individuals who can remain calm under pressure and think fast when situations change, including both patients and their owners! The workload can be demanding and there are no set meal (or coffee!) breaks but the thrill of saving lives and truly making a difference is addictive and the rewards of seeing your patient go home make it all worth while.

So if you are the type of person who runs towards a crashing patient rather than away from them, Emergency and Critical Care may be your calling!

Previous experience in emergency and critical care is an advantage but your diagnostic approach, attitude and professionalism is of paramount importance to us. If you do not have experience in emergency and critical care, internal and external continuing education and training will be provided as well as emotional support from a compassionate and experienced team of emergency vets and nurses.

You must be able to multitask and prioritise workflow without becoming stressed. Any shift can contain a combination of consulting, surgery, monitoring and care of hospital and critical care cases.

The ideal candidate will have:

Please only apply if you are happy and able to work overnights, weekends and public holidays on a shared and rotating roster.

For more information or please forward resumes to: taleta@cves.com.au

Also see https://cves.com.au/ and

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Associate Veterinarian

Reference: 4598312

Over the last 10 years we have operated an extensive network of general small animal (and exotics) practices across the country with the total wellbeing of our community's pets firmly in mind. Our successful Complete Care™ and award - winning Health & Wellness range are a couple of our many initiatives demonstrating our passion for preventative medicine benefits and have pets live long, healthy lives with their families.

As we continue to embark on our journey of growth, we have an unwavering commitment to stay true to our values and ethos that have distinguished Our Vet over the years. We now also have an opportunity for a talented Associate Vet to join our warm and engaging team at Tuggeranong.

Each day will bring something new.
Whether a recent graduate or vet with some years' of experience this clinic will offer you invaluable insights and experience in the fundamentals of small animal GP practice, with additional opportunity to treat local exotics (including birds, aquatics, reptiles and "pocket pets"). With each day you will hone your skill in managing consultations, diagnosing conditions and formulating suitable treatment plans, conducting regular procedures and checks (from standard dentals to extractions, vaccinations and microchipping) through to diverse surgeries, all whilst providing suitable options in the interest of preventative medicine.

Across a diverse caseload, within this clinical setting, you will rely on your knowledge and resources to diagnose the condition and consider the best option available. You will consult pet parents, listening and empathising with their unique circumstances and collaboratively deciding on appropriate treatment plans. In a surgical capacity, you will begin with base surgeries and procedures as you skilfully evolve them to intricate cruciate and soft tissue surgeries. You will feel a sense of fulfillment as you witness the difference you are making in the welfare of these pets and the impact on their devoted families, the clinical challenges you resolve and seeing yourself progress to a vet who's repeatedly asked for by name.

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The benefits of being our new graduate Vet.
Our inhouse clinical resources will enable you to familiarise yourself with the application of clinical equipment used in imaging, microscopy, full surgeries and dentals. Recognised for our structured and comprehensive training programs you will benefit from a comprehensive induction program (teaching you all the essentials in clinic protocols and procedures), an extensive library of certified online training modules (with credits available to meet CE requirements) and personalised development, detailed clinical resources on any subject of interest, invitations to industry events and conferences, and national network of vets across our 27 clinics locations nationwide. Should you be interested, we will extend your accountability and provide specific training to assist your career progression into leadership.

Based in the Best Friends stores, outside your clinic doors is "one of the largest waiting rooms in Australia". You and your clients have immediate access to products, services and the knowledge of our retail and grooming teams ready to help you with information about nutrition, health & well - being range, the latest in pet care products, pre - puppy school and animal behaviour, grooming and skin/coat care. This allows you to focus on your role and rely on the Best Friends team to support you the rest of the way.

Committed to offering work - life balance, you will be rostered ordinary hours, with no on-call or extended hours required. Weekends are rotated across the veterinary team and sole charge days are rostered when you are ready.

The time is now to join a team with an impeccable reputation in veterinary care.


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Full-time, Part-time, Casual, New Grads

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals ACT is Australia’s prominent animal welfare organisation. We provide a strong voice for animals experiencing cruelty and neglect. The RSPCA ACT is committed to the care and welfare of animals, providing extensive professional facilities, including a fully equipped veterinary clinic with dedicated staff to care for animals.

The RSPCA ACT is currently seeking highly motivated, experienced and skilled veterinarians with a passion for good people relationships and high-quality animal care and welfare to join our team in Weston Creek. You will be working with 2 experienced veterinarians and be supported by our team of trained nurses. The clinic is fully equipped with digital X-ray, ultrasound, Im3 dental equipment and in house Idexx diagnostics.

There is a large and varied workload which includes providing veterinary support to our RSPCA ACT inspector cruelty cases, looking after the health of our shelter animals and in the future, operating a small animal clinic that focuses on desexing and preventative health.

Reporting to the Vet Clinic manager, you will be responsible for ensuring that a high standard of animal care and customer service is provided in compliance with legal requirements.

There are opportunities to join us on either a full time, part time or casual basis that may require weekends, some public holiday and on-call work.  We also welcome New Grads to apply.

For further information and details on how to apply, please email employment@rspca-act.org.au

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Looking to join a fun, inclusive & community feel practice? Stop scrolling & check out this great opportunity for a Veterinarian to join Canberra Vet!

At Canberra Vet, we pride ourselves on delivering the best possible care to our patients, whilst having fun at the same time! We are a young progressive team who truly believe & support each other in all areas to continued learning.

If you would like to join the Canberra Vet family & continue to learn & grow from your peers whilst offering the best patient care, keep reading!

The Canberra Veterinary Hospital is one of only 32 Veterinary Hospitals in Australia to be recognised by the Australian Small Animal Veterinary Association (ASAVA) as an Accredited Veterinary Hospital of Excellence.

We have terrific staff that are passionate about providing high standards of veterinary care. We come to work to do what we enjoy doing - helping improve the lives and well beings of animals and in turn doing the same for their owners. We are excited by all things new and doing a better job.

Some of the key points about our hospital:

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We are looking for a GP veterinarian. Special interests are encouraged, and we would embrace a Veterinarian who can bring complementary expertise to our hospital.

We have a number of benefits on offer for the role.

Apply Now
To be considered for the role, apply via submitting your CV to Elizabeth at elizabeth.moss@vetpartners.com.au or 0434 117 689

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Full-time SA Veterinary Surgeon - Canberra

ASAVA Accredited Hospital of Excellence

Gungahlin Veterinary Services, comprising of Gungahlin Veterinary Hospital (mainly dogs) and the co-located Gungahlin Cat Hospital, is a large and busy small animal practice with an on-site, independent Emergency Service.

We’re looking for an experienced small animal vet to join our team with an immediate start available for the right candidate. We are a purpose-built, modern hospital and the successful candidate will be working in a stimulating environment alongside a team of experienced and highly trained veterinarians, caring veterinary nurses and dedicated receptionists and support staff.

What we offer:

The ideal candidate will have:

A little more about us:
We actively promote preventative medicine, particularly in:

We have two excellent ultrasonographers who receive referrals from other practices, a busy in-house laboratory, and do many interesting procedures and surgeries every day. We refer to an excellent team of specialists within Canberra and have both eye and dermatology specialists visiting on a regular basis.

Canberra Veterinary Emergency Service operates an after-hours emergency service from our premises, ensuring our in-patients get the best of overnight care and our clients have the peace of mind of on-site out of hours attention. It also means no out of hours duties for vets and nurses!

If you are interested in this position, please forward a covering letter and resume to the Directors at jobs@gungahlinvet.com.au. Alternatively, if you would like to find out more about the position or have a tour of the hospital, don’t hesitate to send an email or call us on (02) 6242 7276 and ask to speak with our Practice Manager, Greta.

For more information, see

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