Vet Nurses and other support staff

These advertisers are seeking work in the Veterinary and Animal Care industries. Employers are welcome to contact job seekers directly.

ALERT FROM KOOKABURRA - Advertisers on this page have received email spam purporting to be from a veterinarian requesting a cover letter and CV, with an obviously false veterinary surgery name. Please be on your guard and do not provide personal details unless sure that the contact is genuine. 9th March 2015.


RachaelMelbourne, VIC (posted 2nd January) Trainee Veterinary Nurse
 
My name's Rachael and I am 24 years old. I've got a great deal of experience in the animal care industry. I am currently working at a pet supply store, dealing with customers and providing advice on pet care as well as helping with book work, stock ordering and training other employees.  I am also currently working Part-time in a clinic as a veterinary nurse and have been for the last year, I love working there and being part of the team. I am looking to gain another part-time position to fit along side that job.
 
I have previously owned my own dog grooming business, and am a highly confident and experienced dog groomer. I have also completed a certificate in retail, and I have exceptional customer service skills. I am currently studying my certificate 4 in veterinary nursing.
 
I have exceptional customer service skills, and understand the importance of providing customers with a good first impression. I also am very confident with my animal handling and veterinary nursing tasks.
 
I already have a thorough knowledge on many medical conditions, as well as nutrition, fleas, worms and there treatments. 
I am hardworking, reliable, punctual and a team player.  

I am looking for a position to work on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
 
Please feel free to contact me. My resume and cover letter can be sent upon request. Thank you for your time.
Rachael 
0431 239 611
rach_tara@hotmail.com


Rachel Van Kesteren, West Melbourne, VIC (posted 2nd January) Entry Level Vet Nurse

Hi, my name is Rachel Van Kesteren.

I have had over 10 years experience working in mainly SPF and conventional animal houses. I would like to move away from the research sector and focus on developing my veterinary nursing / animal husbandry skills in other fields.

I have my Diploma in Applied Science – Animal Technology, compromising Certificate II in Animal Attending, Certificate III in Veterinary Nursing and Certificate IV in Animal Care. I hold a current drivers licence, police check, working with childrens card and senior first aid certificate.

I have the qualifications and foundation skills necessary to enter at a trainee or junior level. I am prepared to do anything to get my foot in through the door. My experience as a veterinary nurse/ animal attendant has involved;

I see workplace safety, animal welfare, infection control and good customer service as high priority areas. If I had to describe my best qualities they would be reliability, hardworking, attention to detail, organised and positive.

I believe I have good communication skills and the ability to deal with people from a varied background. Working in a team and being able to share information, solve problems and make decisions has been very important in many of my job roles.

I am situated in Melbourne’s West. Any hours will suit me. I will grab whatever I can get.

Please email me on;
rachelvankesteren@yahoo.com.au


Olivia Peters, Melbourne, VIC (posted 1st February) UK Qualified & Experienced Vet Nurse

Hello, My name is Olivia Peters. I am a UK Registered Veterinary Nurse - qualifying in July 2014. I have spent the last 8 months volunteering as a Veterinary Nurse on a Trap,Neuter and Release project in Borneo. I will be heading the Melbourne, Victoria on March 1st and hope to start working on March 7th on a working holiday visa. I enjoy all aspects of working and have experience in many areas such as theatre, radiology, lab work and reception. I am confident at taking bloods and placing IV catheters, I have also worked as the sole nurse in charge of caring for inpatients overnight and at weekends. 

Please do not hesitate to contact me for my resume and references via email 

livvysletters@hotmail.com 


Valerie Adamson, Townsville/Ingham, QLD (posted 25th January) Practice Manager/Receptionist/Veterinary Nurse

Hello, I am relocating to Townsville, Ingham area early February. I am seeking casual, permanent part-time work. I naturally will considering any other options and surrounds.

I am a mature lady, familiar with city/country, tropical, large, small and mixed practices.

Please contact me by phone M: 0406 537 254  E: valeriejoan888@gmail.com for further information, CV and references or to arrange a Skype chat.

I look forward to speaking with you. 

Valerie Adamson


Suzen, Lower Templetstowe, VIC (posted 22nd January) Trainee Vet Nurse

My name is Suzen, a trainee Veterinary Nurse, based in Lower Templestowe, seeking weekend work as a vet nurse to keep up my skills. (Currently working in Administration Mon-Fri)

Looking to work in Melbourne east or CBD, I have my own transport or can take public transport.

I have many skills I can use to help your business. Including all aspects of reception and surgical duties, animal handling, valued customer service experience, blood testing (VetScan2 and IDEXX), using Rx Works, and Customer Logic software and much more.

Available: Weekends

If you would like to see my CV or know anything else, feel free to email me at Suzen_riverson92@hotmail.com or look me up on Linked In.

Thank you and I look forward to hearing from you.


Elicia Gill, Geelong & Surrounds, VIC (posted 22nd January) Trainee Vet Nurse

My name is Elicia Gill and I am a second year veterinary nurse student, I am currently seeking a part time trainee position in Geelong and surrounding suburbs. I have completed 381 of my required 480 hours of work placement. During this time I learnt a lot of valuable skills including:

I am very passionate and driven with the ability to work in a fast paced clinic. If you think I would make a great addition to your clinic or wish to see a copy of my resume please email me at eliciag@outlook.com.


Kristie, Adelaide, SA (posted 21st November) Trainee Vet Nurse/Kennel Hand/Receptionist.

Hello, my name is Kristie, a passionately driven person and devoted animal lover, and I'm currently looking for the opportunity to branch out into the Veterinary field so I can begin my studies in Veterinary Nursing, something I've been eagerly wanting to do for sometime. I would be interested in any opportunities that will help me gain experience in this industry. 

I completed my Certificate II in Animal Studies through TAFE SA in 2013 and since then have spent the last few years working within the animal industry, where I have learnt many valuable skills and gained knowledge I believe would help assist me in my venture into the Veterinary field.

Previously I worked as a Pet Groomer where I gained hands on experience with animals providing several different grooming services. I currently work Full-Time as a Shift Supervisor and Puppy Pre-School Trainer at PETstock. This role has played a big part in me wanting to expand my knowledge so I can help both owners and their animals with any health, nutrition or behaviour problem that might arise.

My skills I can provide your clinic include but aren't limited too-

My motivation and desire to continue to better myself and my skills in the animal industry is a big reason I am now taking the leap into this wonderful world, and I know my enthusiasm as well as my drive to succeed will help assist me in a veterinary role.

For further information, my resume/cover letter & current references, please contact me by email- kristieannneate@gmail.com


Sarah Williams, Melbourne, VIC (posted 20th January) UK Qualified & Experienced Vet Nurse

Hello, my name is Sarah Williams, I am a Registered Veterinary Nurse from the United Kingdom.

I have obtained a working holiday visa and will be seeking locum work in the Melbourne area from the 9th March 2016

Education:
I graduated in 2011 with a 1st class BSc degree in Veterinary Nursing, completing practical rotations in general, charity and referral practice In 2015 I completed a Post Graduate Certificate in Veterinary Education with a distinction

Practice:
After graduating, I worked in a busy small animal general practice for 18 months in greater London before undertaking a role nursing in the Royal Veterinary College's referral teaching hospital. I have worked in the Surgical and Neurology ward for over three years, providing gold standard care for our patients and supporting both student veterinary nurses and 5th year veterinary students in their practical rotations.

Experience:
I have ridden and owned horses for over ten years, although I have only nursed my own horses after veterinary care, I am confident in handling and providing their basic care requirements.
I have nursed wildlife in Africa (one month) and have witnessed practice in America and a therefore used to fitting into a team quickly and working to their practice protocols.

I am a quick learner, a hard worker and will work well as part of a team or independently as required.

On arriving to Melbourne I will be staying centrally and would need to use public transport/ be within cycling distance, however, I will be looking to drive at a latter date. Accommodation would be a bonus, but not essential.

Please contact me at sj-williams@live.co.uk / 077 7134 9511 for a CV and references Thank you for your time and consideration, Sarah Williams


Jamie Williams, Burwood, VIC (posted 20th January) Trainee Vet Nurse

Hello, I am Jamie Williams.

I am seeking a position as a trainee nurse as part of the ACM40212 Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing that I am currently completing, obtaining a high standard of grades and willing to put my all in to obtain the highest work ethic I can and to put forward all my knowledge and skills, and to keep gaining new ones as I continue my studies. 

I currently am able to work full time (day and night shifts -- if close-by) Mon-Fri / Sat - Sun. Feel free to contact me via email or phone to see my resume and cover letter.

Kind Regards, Jamie Williams
jamie.l.williams@outlook.com
0467 513 921
Burwood, Victoria.


Ana Garcia, Sydney's Northern Beaches, NSW (posted 18th January) Trainee Vet Nurse

Hello, my name is Ana Garcia, I am a semi qualified Certificate IV veterinary nurse, aiming towards the end of the course, and  searching for a junior vet nurse job.

I have worked as a trainee nurse for a couple of months and some of my responsibilities were Restraining animals; Giving medications; Setting up surgery; Taking vital signs; Monitoring surgery with supervision; Pre/Post - operative care; Running bloods and so on. In addition, I have worked as Animal Attendant for a specialist hospital for 1.5 years. In this role I was responsible for documenting animal’s behaviour; restraining patients; setting up fluid bags; giving medications, along with others.

Moreover, I am a certified Hill's Veterinary Nutritional Advocate.

I am looking forward to move my career as a vet nurse to the next level. In addition, I am keen on learning and put into practice what I am studying.

I can start immediately and I am available Monday to Thursday and weekends.

Please do not hesitate to contact me on:
Email: anna.nardelli@gmail.com
Mobile: 0424 604 408


Karen, Northern Perth, WA (posted 18th January) Entry Level Vet Nurse

Hi, I have just completed the certificate IV in veterinary nursing.  I will receive my qualification before the end of January 2016.  I am looking for part time employment in a friendly, nurturing small animal practice in the northern suburbs of Perth.   As an entry level veterinary nursing I currently have experience in the following;

I am hard working, eager to learn new skills and procedures, mature, friendly and believe that customer service, peer respect and communication are key to a successfully run surgery.
 
Please contact me on chlobow98@outlook.com, I would love to come and have a chat with you about any potential employment that arises.   


Kim, Brisbane, QLD (posted 18th January) Trainee Vet Nurse

My name is Kim. I am currently seeking part-time employment in a vet clinic that is offering a trainee vet nurse position, so that I can complete my Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing. 

I lived in Canada for the past two and a half years (2013-2015) where I worked at a Cat Clinic as a full-time veterinary assistant and receptionist. I enjoyed every moment of my time at the clinic, where I discovered how passionate I am working with animals.

I gained various skills and knowledge, including but not limited to:

I have already completed my Certificate I in Animal Studies  and I have worked with Cornerstone software and IDEXX blood machines on a full-time basis.

I have my own transportation and I am willing to travel around Brisbane for the right job.

I can be contacted by email k.darcy21@hotmail.com or by mobile on 0421 159 751.

Cover letter, reference letters  and resume can be sent upon request.


Natalie, Melbourne's Eastern Suburbs, VIC (posted 18th January) Trainee Vet Nurse

Hi! My name is Natalie. I am a teacher who is looking for a career change. I've always been passionate about animal welfare having raised various pets including Guinea pigs, chickens and a horse I had for over 30 years. In 2013 my kids and I began volunteer work with rescued elephants and dogs in South East Asia and as Ambassadors for Elephant Nature Park in Thailand we now give talks at schools and tafes on the impact of tourism on elephants. 

This has led to my decision to study Cert iv Vet Nursing to enable me to help animals on a professional level as well as enhance my volunteer work. I am very excited about beginning my studies and as part of this I am looking for a practical placement on Wednesdays and/or a 5 day block in the March/April school holidays and the June/July school holidays. I live in Box Hill and will need the placement to be in the Eastern suburbs. 

I do hope you have a place for me. I am a hard worker and very eager to learn. Please contact me on 0400 750 139 or at natmajack@yahoo.com.au for CV and further details.


Ashleigh Mallison, Melbourne, VIC (posted 15th January) Trainee Vet Nurse

Hi, My name is Ashleigh & i am currently studying Cert IV in Vet Nursing.

Looking for placement in a clinic required to fulfil requirements for my training course (480 hours).

I am available most days and only looking for 1-2 days per week. Unpaid or paid - I’m not picky on either one as i will take whatever experience i can gain.

Working with animals has been a passion of mine from a young age and has only continued to grow. I will not give up when a little bump in the road appears.

I have a strong desire to learn as much as possible in every opportunity i am given.

I have perviously studied Cert IV in Companion Animal Services.

Please feel free to contact me via email or call for resume or any other information you require.

Email; Ashleigh.mallison@outlook.com
Mobile; 0435 872 268


Elle McCall, Melbourne Bayside, VIC (posted 14th January) Qualified Locum Vet Nurse

Hello, my name is Elle and I am a locum veterinary nurse based in Brighton, VIC 3186. It has been a while since I have vet nursed; my most recent position was at a busy specialty surgery clinic as a Ward Nurse and prior to that a Head Nurse at a small-animal clinic. Locum nursing is a role I am comfortable with having locumed at many clinics over the last 10+ years.

I am uniquely placed to offer my skills and knowledge gained from becoming a Registered Nurse and combining this with my years of experience as a vet nurse. Patient care is my priority, reception is where I am happiest, making clients feel at ease and helping consultations run smoothly. I aim to ease your nurses' load by being considerate, accommodating and hard working. A happy vet nurse is a happy vet!

Please contact me on 0412 331 506 or ejm.mccall@gmail.com - CV and interview available upon request.


Katherine Sidhom, Perth, WA (posted 13th January) Qualified & Experienced Vet Nurse

Qualified, Experienced, Registered Veterinary Nurse Available (Cert IV in Veterinary Nursing). Perth.

Looking for full time (preferably) or part time work. Available weekdays, weekends and nights if required. Willing to travel and able to start immediately.

Experience in all aspects of medical and surgical veterinary nursing. Also customer service and administration experience.

Resume and references available on request.

I can be contacted by mobile - 0431 871 734 or email - kat.amy@live.com 


Alicia, Aranda & Surrounds, ACT (posted 12th January) Experienced Vet Nurse

Diploma in Emergency and Critical Care Vet Nursing. AIRC trained.

13 years experience within the industry.

I have experience in a wide range of clinics - small country mixed practice GP's, busy inner city GP's and various specialist centres.

Previous roles range from Animal attending, all forms of Nursing and Administration.

Looking for locum, casual or part time work within the ACT at any point within the next 6 months. 

Please feel free to email me at animalistic_84@hotmail.com

I will forward a resume and other contact information. 


Emma, Canberra, ACT (posted 11th January) Qualified & Experienced Vet Nurse/Receptionist

Hi, my name is Emma. I am 25 and am a Cert IV qualified Veterinary Nurse. I have three years experience working as both reception and surgical nurse. I am moving to canberra at the end of January and will be available early February. I am currently seeking either a full time or part time role in a clinic, I have my own transport and am willing to travel. 

During my three years in a clinic I have provided excellent customer service to our clients and their fur babies. I am very outgoing and have a good sense of humor. I am confident in taking bloods, placing catheters, post operative care, grooming, suture removal, general nursing duties including cleaning, setting up surgery and reception duties.  

If you would like to call me to discuss further you can reach me on 0437 279 430. Both my resume and cover letter will be provided upon request. 

Thank you for your consideration.


Danielle, Toowoomba/Oakey & Surrounds, QLD (posted 11th January) Entry Level Vet Nurse

Hi, my name is Danielle and I have just completed Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing with excellent results (High Distinctions and three Distinctions). I will receive my qualification before the end of January 2016. I completed over 500 hours of work placement at a Veterinary Surgery. I have a great passion and interest in all animals however I am most interested in Equine and large animal nursing. I would however, also be very happy working with small animals. I live near Toowoomba/Oakey QLD and I am willing to travel up to 1.5 hours for the right job. I am able to:

I have worked with animals nearly my whole life. I am seeking employment as a Veterinary Nurse as this has been my goal and passion for a long time. I have also studied part of a Bachelor of Equine Science and part of a Bachelor of Animal Science. I have a Certificate II in Agriculture, Statement of Attainment in Rural Production Studies, Senior First Aid Certificate, OHS white card, and a C class open manual driver's licence. At the moment I am undertaking as many vet nursing related short courses as I can, including the Hills Nutritional Advocate course.

Please contact me on 0498 380 109 or danielle.rigby@live.com.au if you are interested in giving me a chance.


Nicole Filsell, Fleurieu Peninsula/Southern Adelaide, SA (posted 8th January) Qualified & Experienced Vet Nurse

My name is Nicole Filsell and I am a Certificate 4 qualified Veterinary Nurse. I also hold a current Senior First-Aid Certificate and am up to date with Manual Handling and Infection Control training.
 
I have experience working with both small and farm animals (not horses though). I have worked with multiple computer software programs and am a quick learner when learning new skills. I am competent in both medical and surgical nursing, reception and have an interest in Puppy Pre-School.
 
I am looking for full-time work but am willing to do either part-time or a locum position. I am based in the Southern Suburbs of Adelaide but am also interested in working on the Fleurieu Peninsula. I am available to start immediately. I have my own transport.
 
I am highly motivated, have a strong desire to succeed and would be pleased to attend an interview enabling me to confirm the value I may bring to the Clinic, should I be successful. For a copy of my Resume or for further information please feel free to contact me via e-mail: nfilsell@hotmail.com   


Ellen Northey, Brisbane/Sunshine Coast, QLD (posted 6th January) Trainee Vet Nurse

Searching for Work Placement in the Veterinary Nursing area, immediate start. Available Mondays and/or Tuesdays in the Brisbane area, will consider Sunshine Coast area. Currently studying Certificate 4 in Veterinary Nursing through Open Colleges. Gained 10 weeks work experience at the Northlakes Veterinary Hospital. Need to complete the required hours before February 2017. I am also searching for paid work in this field, as it is my dream to work with animals.

Please contact Elle on 0404 428 501, or ellenelva.northey@gmail.com.


Angela, Eastern Melbourne & Surrounds, VIC (posted 5th January) Trainee Vet Nurse

Hello, allow me to take this time to introduce myself. My name is Angela and I have always had a strong passion for animals as can be seen through out my previous voluntary work and previous employment.

I have extensive experience in working with animals. I have volunteered as a cattery attendant within Save-A-Dog Scheme in Glen Iris whereby my duties were including but not limited to;  laundry, cleaning catteries, preparing food, grooming. socialising/playing with the cats and also liasing with other staff members and members of the public. In my spare time I also undertake house/pet sitting assignments and take care of people's pets which I thoroughly enjoy. I have also been employed within the grooming industry for two and a half years and during that time I have gained a strong understanding of dealing with different dog breeds, providing excellent customer service and providing different grooming services. I have always wanted to work with animals but grooming is not where my true passion lies. After considering my different options I knew that veterinary nursing was the career for me and I know I have the set of skills, traits and personality to become a fantastic veterinary nurse.

I am undertaking the Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing (Reception Skill Set) in Box Hill which commences at the start of February and I would love the opportunity to work within a veterinary clinic whilst I am studying so I can demonstrate my newly learnt skills within a practical and hands on environment. I would prefer to working within a clinic which is located in the Eastern suburbs of Melbourne but I am willing to travel further if the right opportunity came along. If you would like a copy of my CV or you would like to know more please do not hesitate to contact me.

angelaroper30@outlook.com.au
0433 740 480 


Caroline, South Perth, WA (posted 4th January) Entry Level Vet Nurse

Hello, my name is Caroline and I’ve just completed my Certificate IV in Veterinary nursing and I am now registered with the WA Surgeons' Board and eager to work! .

You might be wondering why someone having worked as an engineer is looking for a position as a Veterinary Nurse. While I agree the shift is a little strange, if you’re looking for someone who’s equal professional, enthusiastic and an animal-lover, then I think that means I could be the perfect match for your practice. 

Engineering has given me the maturity and stability to consider vet nursing as a change in career, seeking the opportunity to work in a field to which I have long aspired. 

I'm highly trainable, goal orientated with a high work ethic and great initiatives as I always find a task to complete.  I am also very flexible with hours.

I have excellent computer knowledge. Having worked as a waiter, as event/promotion guest liaison and in engineering consultant business helped me developed customer skills, being able to keep smiling even with disgruntled clients. I have a calm demeanour, which gains the trust, confidence and loyalty of the people around me.

Please don't hesitate to contact me on 0449 999 204 or clinemoi@hotmail.com for a copy of my resume, references or more information.

I hope to hear from you regarding employment, shortly! Thank you for your time


Vicki, Perth, WA (posted 4th January) Entry Level Veterinary Nurse

Hi my name is Vicki, I have just completed my Veterinary Nursing Course this year and is currently looking for work whether it is Full-time/Part-Time or Casual.

I have my own car and is happy to travel NOR and is very flexible with being available all day everyday.

I am a hard worker, reliable and give everything my best go and to the best of my ability.

I also hold my Certificate 3 in Companion Animal Services and have plenty of retail/customer service experience.

I am more than happy to send a copy of my current Resume my email is vickitimmers@hotmail.com and also available on my mobile 0349 504 406.

Hope to hear from you soon.


Jamie Williams, Burwood, VIC (posted 4th January) Trainee Vet Nurse

Hello, I am Jamie Williams.

I am seeking a position as a trainee nurse as part of the ACM40212 Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing that I am currently completing, obtaining a high standard of grades and willing to put my all in to obtain the highest work ethic I can and to put forward all my knowledge and skills, and to keep gaining new ones as I continue my studies. 

I currently am able to work full time (day and night shifts -- if close-by) Mon-Fri / Sat - Sun. Feel free to contact me via email or phone to see my resume and cover letter.

Kind Regards, Jamie Williams
jamie.l.williams@outlook.com
0467 513 921


Jillien, NSW / VIC Border (posted 23rd December) Trainee Vet Nurse

Hi my name is Jillien I am currently studying Certificate 4 Veterinary Nursing and looking for work, one day per week or full/part-time work. I live in the Finley, NSW but I also have family in the Kilmore, VIC area that I can stay with. I am happy to work weekends and public holidays.

I am a mature age student who is having a career change. I have lived all my life on a small farm tending to sheep, cows, horses, dogs and cats. Getting my hands dirty is just part of my day. I am a hard and diligent worker who is keen to enter the field of veterinary nursing. I have done a couple of work placement in clinics and know this is what I want to do. I just need a placement to complete my studies. I have financed my studies completely on my own and have been working on them whilst trying to source a clinic for work placement. I need a current qualified Certificate 4 Vet Nurse or Vet as a mentor to sign off a log book.

I have been in a clinic environment before where I have cleaned cages, held animals, booked appointments, washed floors, walked dogs, swept floors, scrub surgical kits and answered telephones.

I have my own transport and are available for immediate start. I can send you my current resume. Please contact me on jillien.van-bommel@student.vetnurse.com.au


Elena, Canberra, ACT (posted 23rd December) Overseas post graduate vet seeking casual nursing position

I have worked as a veterinary nurse in the U.K. for two years. I have seen practice in Australia as a volunteer nurse. I have worked as a veterinarian in Spain, the U.K. and as a volunteer in India.

I am skilled with blood collection, intravenous catheter placement, anaesthesia monitoring, diagnostic imaging, laboratory testing, reception tasks and patient care.

I work well in a team, am efficient and I am proactive and willing to learn.

Please contact me on oceanoelena@hotmail.com or 0435 622 737


Olivia, Australia-wide (posted 22nd December) UK Qualified & Experienced Vet Nurse

My name is Olivia (31) and I am a uk trained nurse. I have been qualified for 9 years working with small and large animals. 3 of these years were spent as the deputy head nurse helping to lead the team.

I am available from January, looking for full time work as a Locum,  potentially looking to see if there is an available position with sponsorship to relocate to Australia.

I am flexible with location.

I am keen to work within a practice that is forward thinking and is open to new suggestions to benefit the practice.

I look forward to hearing from you.
Olivia Culver 
Olivia.culver@hotmail.com
0475 078 883


Penelope King, Inner West Sydney & Surrounds, NSW (posted 22nd December) Entry Level Vet Nurse

Hello my name is Penelope King.

I  completed my Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing in June 2015 and I am seeking Full Time, Part Time or Casual employment as a Veterinary Nurse.

I live in the Inner West of Sydney and don't mind travelling to work as I have done before.

I've worked in Veterinary clinics for over 2 years working as Animal Attendant and a Vet Nurse in various small clinics and I have worked in a specialist hospital.

Please feel free to contact me for further information, my CV or a general chat about a position.

Email: penelopek21@hotmail.com

Mobile: 0433 229 668

Thankyou for your time and consideration.


Joanne, Melbourne, VIC (posted 21st December) Experienced Vet Nurse

Senior nurse with 20 plus years experience in all aspects of nursing,  including emergency & critical care, specialist clinics and general practice seeking part time position in Melbourne.

Confidence in catheter placement,  blood taking,  x-rays,  customer service and support.

0434 629 199
vampitup1@hotmail.com


Gemma, Townsville or Brisbane, QLD (posted 21st December) UK Qualified & Experienced Locum Vet Nurse

My name is Gemma, I am a British qualified vet nurse with 16 years experience. Most of my work has been in busy 24 hour hospitals, with referral & emergency work.

My most recent job was at James Cook University in Townsville in the emergency department for 4 years. My husband & I took a sabbatical this year & are now back in our home town of Townsville.

I am used to providing high end nursing care & dealing with difficult intensive cases as well as providing support for 5th year vet students & junior nurses.

I am looking for locum work anywhere between Townsville & Brisbane for a minimum one month placement.

Being remotely located, I would ideally need accommodation. I realise that rarely do clinics offer this to temporary staff but nonetheless I am putting it out there.

I am available for work from the beginning of February 2016. Please contact me for further information, & a copy of my resume. Thanks for your consideration!

Gemma Ross - Peterpanandthemermaid@yahoo.com.au


Danielle Sisson, Yarraville & Surrounds, VIC (posted 16th December) Qualified & Experienced Vet Nurse

Hello, my name is Danielle Sisson and I'm am a Certificate IV qualified Veterinary Nurse (finished my qualification in 2013 through New England FlexiLink TAFE). I worked one day a week at a vet clinic in Brisbane for the two years I was studying part-time and externally to be a vet nurse (while also completing university qualifications). During that time, I was given the opportunity to be involved in a wide range of aspects from vet nursing, from the reception and cleaning duties to assisting and monitoring surgeries and performing a dental. I also worked at a vet clinic in Melbourne for a month at the start of this year before I returned to an internship in South Africa, working with African buffalo. My internship allowed me to develop more handling skills for bigger animals than what I had access to in the Brisbane and Melbourne clinics.

I'm currently enrolled full-time in a research Masters at the University of Melbourne. I have, however, discussed with my supervisors the possibility of also doing some vet  nursing work, and they are happy for me to do that. I'm looking for about one shift a week at a vet clinic in Melbourne, preferably somewhere from the city to the western side, from the start of next year. I'll be living in Yarraville, but will be travelling to Werribee most days to do my university work. My hours are quite flexible. I would like to keep improving upon what I can do as a vet nurse, so would like an opportunity where I can learn and take on new skills.

If you have a shift a week or so that needs to be covered by a vet nurse, please do get in contact with me, and I can send you my resume or whatever else you require. My email address is danielle.sisson@gmail.com, and my number is 0422 578 296.


Gema Williams, Melbourne, VIC (posted 15th December) Experienced & Qualified Locum Vet Nurse

My name is Gema Williams and I am a Australian Certified Certificate IV veterinary nurse. I am expressing my availability for LOCUM work in the Melbourne area. For the past 6 months I have worked as a specialist ophthalmic veterinary nurse at one of Australia’s leading eye specialist centres – Animal Eye Care.

Prior to that, I worked for 2 years for the Centre for Animal Referral and Emergency (CARE) in Collingwood, working as an emergency and critical care veterinary nurse. During this time I also was also a part of the Anaesthesia team at the University of Melbourne – Werribee campus.

My most recent long term permanent position was working at Fitzroy Veterinary Clinic where I worked permanently for 8 years.

I have a high level of computer knowledge, including word processing, power point presentations, email and the internet. As well as knowledge with systems such as Ciderhouse, Animal Intelligence and RX Works.

Emergency and critical care nursing has allowed me to experience a wide variety of challenging situations including with clients who are under a high level of stress.

I believe in the best care for animals; trust, honesty and respect; consistent excellence service and personal accountability for actions. I believe that these form the core values required in any work place environment.

I am willing to travel around MELBOURNE area and available now. If you would like a copy of my resume please contact me via email gema.williams@hotmail.com or 0439 953 318.


Jade Marie, South-East Queensland (posted 14th December) Experienced Equine Vet Nurse

Hello!

My name is Jade Marie, and I currently hold: Certificate III in Equine Nursing, and Certificate III in Laboratory Skills and safety.

I am a third year student at the University of Queensland, studying my Bachelor of Applied Science, majoring in Equine Science.
I am currently seeking part-time, full-time or casual employment in the area of equine nursing, equine assistance, or equine stud nursing, within South East Queensland, or the Gold Coast areas including: The Lockyer Valley, Sommerset Region, Scenic Rim, Logan, Coomera, Brisbane Regions, and the Darling Downs.

I have experience in the following areas: neonatal care, intensive care, post-surgical care, pre-surgical care, surgical assistance, veterinary assistance on call, equine rehabilitation, equine physiotherapy assistance, reception, general first aid, medication administration (injection - IM, IV, Sub-cut, oral, topical), stocktake, and foaling down - both mare and foal experience.
I have over two years of work experience and am continuing my education while pursuing a career in this field.

I hope to hear from you regarding employment, shortly!

Mobile contact: 0459 363 465
Email: jade.marie.seaton@gmail.com


Taegen Burnside, North Lakes/Brisbane, QLD (posted 14th December) Qualified & Experienced Vet Nurse

I am a veterinary nurse with nearly 7 years experience working in small animal hospitals, and I completed my Certificate IV in 2011. 

My last role was as a surgical nurse at a large animal shelter where tasks ranged from all aspects of surgical nursing, pathology, in-patient care and weekend reception. 

I am an efficient worker, who is used to a fast paced environment. I am a great team member but also work effectively on my own and have experience working sole charge.

I am located in North Lakes, after recently relocating from Melbourne, and am looking for part time or casual or locum work of between 15-25 hours per week, to start immediately.

I am happy to send a resume and references upon request, so please don’t hesitate to contact me :)

Taegen Burnside
taegen.burnside@live.com.au 


Robyn Perry, Melbourne, VIC (posted 7th December) Overseas Qualified & Experienced Veterinary Nurse.

I am a qualified and registered veterinary nurse from Ireland.  I have experience working in both large and small animal practices.

I am in Australia on a working holiday visa and am based in Melbourne.  I would prefer a full time position, but would also consider part time or casual work.  I am available for an immediate start and can work flexible hours.

I am a very hard working and dedicated individual, who enjoys being a part of a team.

I can be contacted on the following email address and would be happy to forward my CV, references and any other information required.

I look forward to hearing from you,

Robyn

Email: robyn.perry22@gmail.com 


Claire, Perth, WA (posted 7th December) Entry Level Vet Nurse

My name is Claire and I'm from Perth. I'm a recent graduate from Charles Sturt University where I have been awarded a Bachelor of Equine Science. I am currently also studying towards my Cert IV in Vet Nursing and another degree in Veterinary Technology.

I have some work experience with animals, mainly with horses, but also some small animal that I have been exposed to during work placements.

I'm a mature aged student and have decided to pursue these studies to follow my passion. My original career path has been in accounts and administration, so I have a strong customer service background and am qualified and experienced in bookkeeping and reception duties.

I would preferably like something SOR and part-time, but am flexible.

If I sound like the person that is right for your company, please don't hesitate to contact me.

Thank you for your time
Claire Sand

Email:clairetheodore@hotmail.com
Phone: 0405 452 082



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