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.


Claire, Gold Coast, QLD (posted 13th November) Qualified Vet Nurse, Casual Sundays

Hi My name is Claire and I live on the Gold Coast, I am 35 and am cert 4 qualified and have been for the past 10 almost 11 years. I am just looking for a casual Sunday position.

Please contact me on clairepierce@hotmail.com or 0430 671 267


Danielle Shields, Perth, WA (posted 13th November) Qualified & Registered Vet Nurse

I am a certificate IV qualified vet nurse registered with the VSBWA, I also hold a certificate III in Companion Animal Services.

I am a bright and bubbly nurse who is quick to adapt to a new environment and procedures and works well either solo or as part of a team.

I graduated in May 2017 after completing extensive work experience in a general practice clinic and am confident in my nursing abilities, including anaesthetic monitoring and triage.

I also enjoy working reception along side nursing duties and have excellent customer service skills.

A full or part time position would be ideal however casual or locum would also be much appreciated, I am available for an immediate start.

CV and references are available on request.
Please contact me at daniellelailer@hotmail.com or on 0403 049 318


Jennifer Sydenham, North, Central or East Perth, WA (posted 13th November) Trainee Vet Nurse

My name is Jennifer Sydenham and I am currently studying Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing through AVT e-Learning.

I am looking for a work place that I would offer me a position as a Trainee Vet Nurse whilst I am studying so I can work and gain experience in all aspects of a clinic environment. I am happy to continue to pay for my course and all resources required.

I am approximately 3 months into the course and have completed close to 4 units, just pending getting a few tasks signed off. I am a hard worker and have always loved animals.

I have reliable transport and can work North or East of Perth and in the surrounding suburbs of the City.

I can send through a CV upon request, please email on jensydenham@gmail.com

I look forward to hearing from you.


Anaisa Marques, Brisbane/Gold Coast, QLD (posted 10th November) Overseas Qualified Veterinarian Seeking Vet Nurse Position

I'm Anaisa Marques, an overseas qualified veterinarian who would like to work as a veterinary nurse in Australia (Brisbane or GC area) under a sponsored work visa (457).

I did an exchange at The University of Queensland from 2014 to 2016 and recently graduated at Federal University of Vicosa.

My most recent internship was in Anaesthesia and Surgery, in which I used to prepare the patients, assess the risks, design anaesthetic plan, induce and do the monitoring. Other times I would organise the surgery table and instrument or perform simple surgery procedures such as desexing. I also did a voluntary internship at UQ Diamantina Institute in Dr. Raymond Steptoe's laboratory during my exchange.

I plan to start working there from late January 2018 onwards.

My email for contact is anaisammarques@gmail.com


Sarah Adamson, Yarra Valley, VIC (posted 9th November) Entry Level Vet Nurse

My name is Sarah Adamson and I am seeking a trainee vet nurse position 15 – 20hrs per week to enable me to study the rest of the Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing at Box Hill TAFE.

Why you should hire me;

I have already completed the Certificate IV in Veterinary skillset course at Box Hill (Lilydale) TAFE which covers the following components of the qualification.

I have been working for Claws n’ Paws Pet Supplies for the past 3 years and have developed excellent customer service skills, great product knowledge, register skills (eftpos), booking grooming appointments, dealing with customer returns, merchandising, stock invoicing and stock rotation.

I spent a year volunteering at the Coldstream Animal Aid Veterinary clinic and thoroughly enjoyed and learnt firsthand about a lot about the day to day workings of a vet clinic.

My true passion has always been to become a qualified veterinary nurse throughout my career and I would love to be given the opportunity to learn everything about your clinic and work alongside your team to provide exceptional care and customer service to all clients.

I can be contacted via email sadamson293@hotmail.com or via phone 0409 235 113.

To discuss in further detail my skills and experience for a position in your clinic.

A copy of my CV and referrals are available on request.

I have my licence and own car and am willing to travel.


Michelle, Melbourne & Surrounds, VIC (posted 7th November) Qualified & Experienced Vet Nurse

Michelle. Melbourne, but can travel anywhere as has transport

Hello. I am a Certificate 4 qualified Veterinary nurse competent in all aspects of nursing. I have been in the industry for 7years. I am currently seeking casual/part time work to accommodate part time study next year. My current clinic cannot afford to reduce my hour’s so my only option is to find a clinic more flexible of a student schedule. I will require either a Monday-Tuesday off or a Wednesday-Thursday off. I would be available all other times including weekend and nightshifts.

Please email me at vetnurse90@gmail.com
CV, references and phone numbers will be provided at this time. 


Talitha Hotschilt, Albury Wodonga (posted 30th October) Trainee Vet Nurse

Seeking around the Albury-Wodonga and Surrounds area (Willing to travel up to 45mins for a job) 

My name is Talitha and I am currently seeking a veterinary nurse position  (FT,PT, or Casual) - I qualify in 2018. 

I would like to express my interest in becoming a part of your veterinary team at your clinic.

I have experience with administering medications, keeping hygiene of animals, checking observations of animals. 

While working in aged care for over six years, I have gained valuable skills and knowledge such as speaking to various health care professionals, knowing observation limits, how to read medication charts, which will be valuable in a role as a veterinary assistant.

I have obtained my certificate in animal studies, with plans to further my education next year in 2018.

I believe i will be a valuable team member as I am friendly, reliable, confident, honest and empathetic.

Please feel free to contact me on talithahotschilt@gmail.com for a copy of my resume and cover letter. 


Claire Stewart, South East Qld (posted 30th October) Experienced, Qualified Vet Nurse

I am a Cert IV qualified Veterinary Nurse with over 21 years experience. I have worked in all aspects of the industry, from surgical referral hospitals and large animal facilities, through to one man clinics and emergency. 

I am an extremely practical vet nurse and can turn my hand to almost anything. I also consider myself an extremely resilient person, a hard worker, an approachable leader and a committed employee. I have been a finalist in the VNCA Vet Nurse of the year award twice in the past three years as well, so I must be doing something right!

Whilst I have spent the last 10 years of my Vet Nurse career in large upscale hospitals, I feel just as much at home in smaller, community orientated clinics.

I am looking for a position ideally in South East QLD.

I'd love you to make contact with me if you think it would be awesome to have me on your team!

Email rushworthwalers@yahoo.com.au  or Phone 0407 379 324 


Katherine Dreezens, Perth, WA (posted 27th October) Full-time, Part-time or Locum Vet Nurse

My name is Katherine Dreezens, and I am a nearly qualified veterinary nurse, fully qualifying in November 2017. I have 1 years experience doing work placements at 2 great Veterinary clinics (Huntingdale Veterinary Clinic and Kenwick Veterinary Hospital) where I have gained competence in all areas of veterinary nursing.

I am open to any veterinary nursing or animal assistant jobs in Perth and will consider all types of work (full time, part time, casual, locum). I am flexible with working hours and happy to do weekends.

Please don't hesitate to contact me to request my resume, or if you have any questions.

Email: katherinedreezens@hotmail.com

Ph: 0424 291 097


Alyssa Watson, Melbourne North West Suburbs, VIC (posted 27th October) Qualified & Experienced Vet Nurse

My name is Alyssa and I am currently seeking a position (full time, part time or casual) as a qualified veterinary nurse. I have completed my Associate Degree of Veterinary Nursing this year, and will be one of the first to graduate with a Bachelor Degree of Veterinary Nursing in late 2018.

I have had over three years’ experience working with animals, including two years of industry placement. I have completed close to 800 industry placement hours. This has allowed me to gain experience working in the largest veterinary hospital in the southern hemisphere, privately owned small practices and the National Zoo and Aquarium in Canberra.

I am confident in many aspects of veterinary nursing, including but not limited to:

I currently hold a full driver’s license and own a reliable car. I am a motivated and committed worker who can work with others or autonomously. I have a strong work ethic that allows me to work hard no matter what the situation is. I am a reliable and caring individual who has a passion for animal welfare. 

I am available to commence part time or casual work immediately, and can commence full time hours as of the 10th of November. I am contactable on the below information at any time, and I can provide you with a current CV and cover letter upon request.

I hope that your clinic is right for me and I look forward to hearing from you
Email: lysswatson@gmail.com
Phone: 0430 680 334


Hayley Ayers, Brisbane, QLD  (posted 25th October) UK Registered & Qualified Locum Nurse

I am a UK qualified and registered Veterinary Nurse, who holds a BSc degree from the Royal Veterinary College in London, with over 4 years experience in both referral and first opinion practice. I have experience in exotic species through my internship at ZSL London Zoo, and various wildlife work in and out of the UK. I am competent and confident in all aspects of nursing, including placing IV and urinary catheters, theatre nursing, monitoring anaesthesia, running nurse consultations, and I have a keen interest and experience in wound management. 

My most recent role based in Melbourne provided me with experience in assisting with CT scanning, as well as A&E based triage of emergency and non-emergency patients. 

I am looking for work in and around the Brisbane area and will be available to start within the next couple of weeks.

Please contact me for a resume and more information - hayersuk@gmail.com


Rhiannon Watson, Melbourne Western Suburbs, VIC  (posted 24th October) Full-time, Part-time or Locum Vet Nurse

I am an (almost) Cert IV Qualified veterinary nurse, with a year and a half experience in small animal practice, seeing both your normal domestics, as well as rabbits and birds.

Ideally I am looking for full time work, but part time is welcome as well. locum enquiries welcome as well.

I am confident in most aspects of nursing, work well under pressure, and I’m capable of working well both in a team and solo. I am confident in a reception roe, and familiar with RX works.

Ideally, I am looking for a clinic that is willing to carry me forward in my career and encourage growth.

I am situated in the western suburbs of Melbourne  but I am happy to drive.

E: rhiannon.paige.watson@live.com.au

M: 0422 172 607


Stacey Mchugh, Perth, WA  (posted 24th October) Cert IV Nurse

Hi, my name is Stacey Mchugh and I completed my Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing in June 2017. I’m registered with the Vet Surgeons board.

I completed my studies at South Metropolitan Tafe, through this course I completed my work placement at Floreat Vet Clinic and Edgewater Vet Hospital where I gained my practical experience in Surgery set up, Anesthesia Monitoring, Handling & Restraining Patients, Running Fluids, Assisting in a small amount of Radiology and Imaging, Admission & Discharge of hospitalized patients, Dog hydro bathing, Administering medication and Basic reception duties.

Throughout years 11 and 12 I was able to obtain parts of my Certificate III in Animal studies. I also gained work experience at Native Animal Rescue (NAR) in Malaga and as a kennel hand at the RSPCA and Cat Haven.

AVAILABILITY- full time, part time or casual role. I am flexible regarding working hours, days and shifts, with a immediate start.

I am very passionate about animals and their welfare. I love nothing more then caring for sick/injured animals and seeing them recover. I am a friendly, reliable and honest person who works well in a team. I am very eager to commence my career in a vet clinic.

Please feel free to contact me on 0403 366 254 for any further information and I will send through a copy of my resume and cover letter on request.


Mich O’Connor, Melbourne Eastern Suburbs (posted 24th October) Qualified Locum VN

Hi, my name is Mich and I live in Blackburn, Melbourne’s eastern suburbs. I am a fully qualified Veterinary Nurse with 20 years experience, proficient in all aspects of nursing and clinic work. Happy to do short or long term locums.

Please feel free to contact me for further information.
Ph: 0409 605 813
Email: mich@pawsitivedogtraining.com.au


Elicia, Geelong & Surrounds, VIC (posted 24th October) Trainee Vet Nurse

My name is Elicia and I am currently completing my Cert IV in Veterinary Nursing. I am seeking placement or a trainee position for 2018 commencing in the second week of January although I am available to start earlier if required.

I studied online prior to transferring to a classroom based course, during my online studies I completed 430 hours of placement within a busy shelter clinic, I have since done 15 days of placement as required for my first year at TAFE. I have gained many valuable skills such as placing IV catheters, placing ET tubes, patient surgery preparation, monitoring of patients during and after surgery, administering of medications, maintaining a clean work environment, discharging of patients as well as many other skills I have outlined in my resume.

If you feel there is a spot within your clinic for a hard working and eager veterinary nurse student please don’t hesitate to contact me for a copy of my resume and cover letter.

I can be reached at eliciag@outlook.com to answer any questions.


Ashlee Caligari, SE Melbourne (posted 24th October) Trainee Vet Nurse

My Name is Ashlee Caligari and I am currently seeking a clinic to allow me to partake in placement for my Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing 2018! (Traineeship. 15+ hours per week. Melbourne South-Eastern Suburbs)

I am currently a university student finishing my Bachelors Degree in Veterinary Bioscience (High distinction average - Finish date is the 24th of November 2017), and am looking to enrol into the Cert 4 by the end of this year. Previously I have undertaken self-initiated work placement at 2 different clinics, and have currently acquired +10 months of voluntary work experience at my local vet. I have worked in the pet retail industry for the past 4.5 years which has also allowed me to gain valuable knowledge and expertise with an array of animals, people, medications and products. As a result of that, I offer you excellent customer service skills (I never stop smiling), a relatively well established foundation of basic clinic product knowledge and reception duties, a never-ending passion for what I do and an ambition to learn…well, everything!

The ideal clinic would allow me to further my skills and knowledge in all aspects of veterinary medicine, but particularly in anaesthetics and analgesics, as this is the specialty area in which I wish to pursue in the future. If you are looking for a highly motivated, energetic and slightly quirky member to join your team, please contact me for a resume, cover letter and references.

Mobile: 0422 574 736


Paula, Bendigo & Surrounds, VIC (posted 23rd October) Qualified & Experienced Vet Nurse

Hi my name is Paula and I am a qualified and registered vet nurse. I am seeking full time, part time, casual or Locum work in the Bendigo and surrounding areas. I Have been a veterinary nurse since I was 16 and have been qualified for 9 years.I am moving to Bendigo Victoria this week and will be available from the 30th October.

I have experience in every aspect of nursing from blood collection, catheter placement, anaesthetic monitoring, dentals, x-Ray taking and development, medication administration, drug calculations,pre and post op care and general cleaning duties. I have been head nurse in practice before and have been given responsibilities of pay roll, managing rosters and other aspects of a senior position,  so I am capable of taking on responsibilities in this aspect.

I am very passionate about my work, the good and the bad and couldn’t imagine any other career path.
  
I am happy to email you a copy of my resume upon request. Paula.l.sanderson@gmail.com


Kayla Crossling, Southern Highlands, NSW (posted 20th October) Entry Level Vet Nurse

My name is Kayla Crossling, and i have recently completed my course to become a qualified veterinary nurse this year. I attended work placement for a duration of 18 months from 2016 to 2017 at a vet clinic, and i am currently working part-time/2 days a week as a nurse in training/probation at a local mixed animal vet clinic. I am looking for a full time or part-time position as a veterinary nurse in a small animal clinic, preferably a smaller vet clinic as this will provide me with the skills to perform many tasks individually. I am currently seeking a position around the southern highlands of NSW or close to/near the area (up to about 50kms), and i am willing to travel for the right position. I have experience in reception duties, pathology, surgery, fluids, administering medication, restraining, radiography, post-op care, dentistry, admission & discharge, and general cleaning.

I have written references if interested, and i can provide my resume.

Thankyou.
Mobile - 0402 203 871
Email address - kayla_c@y7mail.com


Brittany Smith, Wollondilly Shire, NSW (posted 20th October) Entry Level Vet Nurse

Qualified Entry level vet nurse
LOCATED Wollondilly Shire NSW

My name is Brittany Smith, i completed my certificate 4 vet nursing late 2016.

I completed a certificate 2 in agriculture in 2014 alongside my HSC.

Throughout my certificate 4 i completed my work placement through 2 different clinics where I gained experience in - Reception Small animal handling Administering medications Pre and post surgery Anaesthetic monitoring Reproductive procedures including Artificial insemination Pathology, ultrasound and x-ray

I also completed an excellence program through ARH Homebush early 2017, Where I worked alongside specialists veterinarians and nurses.

I am looking for part time/ full time work around the southern highlands or Macarthur region but am happy to travel for work if need be.

Any further information please contact me- pink_lady_@live.com.au


Rochelle Bruce, Geelong, VIC (posted 17th October) Entry Level Vet Nurse

I believe that I have developed several key skills required in the role of Veterinary Nursing during my 480 hours of placement at JCU Veterinary Clinic in Townsville.

During placement, I have gained a large amount of practical experience in addition to the theory I have completed. The practical experience has involved assisting with the health care and nursing of clinic patients, learning how to insert catheters, take bloods, administer medication and monitor patients under anaesthesia.

I have also assisted in other clinical duties such as taking customer enquiries, scheduling and booking of appointments and performing follow up calls.

I am an enthusiastic learner and hope to continue building on my knowledge. I understand that there is still much more for me to learn and I hope to be able to continue my learning experience in a part-time/fulltime position at a Veterinary Clinic


Jessica Ballantyne, Melbourne, VIC or Brisbane, QLD (posted 16th October) Overseas Qualified Vet Nurse

Hello,

I am an experienced Veterinary Nurse from Canada who will be in Australia on a working holiday visa starting February 2018. I have had 2 years of experience in a busy walk-in/emergency veterinary clinic after completing my 2 year Animal Health Technology degree.  Many aspects of care that I am confident in include medication administration, IV catheter placement, blood collection, inducing and monitoring animals under anesthesia, radiology, urinalysis, fecal examination, and dentistry. Working with wildlife has also been a passion of mine. 

My ideal position would allow me to use all of my skills to the best of my ability. I am extremely efficient at time management and working as a team. I'm looking for a part-time position of ideally 3 shifts or 24-30 hours per week. 

Please contact me for a resume or references. 

Jessicaballantyne
Jessicaballantyne@hotmail.com


Danielle King, Sth East Melbourne/Bayside, Vic (posted 16th October) Trainee Vet Nurse

My name is Danielle and I am currently looking for a clinic to do my work placement for Certificate 4 in Veterinary Nursing.

Although I have not yet worked in a clinic, I grew up on a farm looking after horses, sheep, cows, chickens etc. and on several occasions assisted with lambing.  I have hand reared 4 different species of lizards, 2 turtles and I currently have 3 German Shepherds one of which is the offspring of my 2 adults that had a successful litter of 10 puppies unassisted on Christmas Eve.

Whilst I know that this is not formal experience in the industry and there is a lot for me to learn, I need to start somewhere, so if there is any clinics that might have a spot for me in the South Eastern/Bayside area I would love to forward my resume and discuss this further.

I can be contacted by email: danielle.j.king81@gmail.com

Thank you for taking the time to read through my information.


Jessica Iskra, Melbourne, VIC (posted 13th October) Qualified & Experienced Vet Nurse

My name is Jessica Iskra, a Certificate IV qualified veterinary nurse with over 3 years experience in small animal clinics.

I have experience in all aspects of reception, medical and surgical nursing, reptile and wildlife handling.

I am seeking full time or part time employment in the Western suburbs of Melbourne however I am more than willing to travel for the right position!

If you would like a copy of my resume please contact me. I look forward to hearing from you.

Kind regards,
Jessica

E: j.iskra.93@gmail.com
M: 0481 387 911


Simone Martin, Fern Bay, NSW (posted 13th October) Qualified & Experienced Vet Nurse

Hi, my name is Simone. I am a Certificate 4 qualified Veterinary Nurse with over 3 years experience in both small and busy veterinary hospitals. I have also had prior experience in boarding and rescue shelter work during my Certificate ll studies.

I am moving to Fern Bay on the 3rd of November and am looking for full time work within 1 to 1.5 hours drive of Newcastle.

I currently work in a fast-paced and busy veterinary hospital where I have gained vast experience in all aspects of nursing and reception, including radiography, dentals and dental imaging, blood collections, etc.

I am dedicated and passionate about my work and am always looking to learn more and help out in any way that I can at work.
I am available 7 days a week, and very flexible being able to work any hours that are required, as well as public holidays.

Please feel free to contact me on 0435 405 775 or s.martin.051294@hotmail.com for any further information and I will send through a copy of my resume and cover letter on request.

Thanks for taking the time to read this.
Regards,
Simone M


Tayana Peik, Perth, WA (posted 11th October) Qualified & Experienced Vet Nurse

Hi my name is Tayana and I am a qualified and registered vet nurse. I graduated in December 2015 and I am seeking employment either as a vet nurse, kennel hand or receptionist. I am available to commence employment immediately and I am available for full time, part time or casual work.

I have completed work experience in four vet clinics while studying where I gained extensive hands on experience in nursing, kennel hand duties and reception skills. I have experience in admitting/discharging patients, setting up IV fluids, monitoring patients under anaesthesia, restraining animals, clipping/scrubbing, giving injections,  dental scale and polish, post op care and general cleaning duties. I am currently a volunteer at a wildlife rehabilitation hospital and have been working there for over one year and have gained extensive experience in caring for sick/injured/orphaned wildlife.

I am very passionate about animals and their welfare. I love nothing more then caring for sick/injured animals and seeing them recover. I am a friendly, reliable and honest person who works well in a team as well as on my own. I follow directions well and always will give my absolute best effort to any task I am given. I have six years customer service experience prior to studying nursing so I am very confident with providing excellent customer service to clients. I am very eager to commence my career in a vet hospital.

My resume and referees are available upon request. If you think you may have a position for me in your practice please don't hesitate to contact me via email tayana.peik@yahoo.com.au


Amanda Baird, Central Coast, NSW (posted 11th October) Qualified Vet Nurse

Hi, my name is Amanda and I complete my Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing mid December 2017. I am seeking a Veterinary Nurse role, however I would consider another role should something else be available.

I am seeking a part time or casual position and willing to travel the distance to be given a chance to gain more experience and stay within the industry.

I am available for immediate start.  

I have been lucky enough to gain 6 months experience in 2 practice's, then travelled overseas and now seeking work again.

I look forward to the opportunity to discuss any possible roles you may have available now, or in the future.

I am eager to learn new skills and further my knowledge.

Please feel free to contact me via email at cambj3@gmail.com. I am happy to forward my Resume for your consideration.


Shaan Russell-Smith, Perth, WA. (posted 10th October) Qualified RVN Locum

Qualified and registered Vet Nurse available for locum shifts as of November. I have 17 years experience in all aspects of nursing, including general practice, reception, surgery and many years of practice management. I have also worked for a specialist surgery and in emergency and critical care, as well as having lectured at TAFE.

I currently work part time as I am at University, but as of Novemeber uni finishes until March, so I have some availability to do locum shifts. I am confident in all areas of nursing and adapt quickly to any practice. I have covered locum for many practices over the years and would be happy to have a chat about what you need in a nurse.

Please feel free to email me on rocko979@hotmail.com, or call me on 0414 235 583 if you are interested or would like more information.


Georgia-Rose Gallagher, Brisbane, QLD (posted 9th October) Entry Level Vet Nurse

Hello, my name is Georgia-Rose Gallagher and I am in my final year of a Bachelor of Veterinary Technology at the University of Queensland. I am due to complete this in November this year. I have completed my Certificate II in Animal Studies and worked in two different clinics, volunteered at another two and also completed placement at multiple other clinics and shelters. 

I am confident in handling patients, assisting in surgery, administering medication and pathology procedures such as PCV/TP, blood smears, urinalysis and faecal floats. I have also completed reception duties including phone answering and customer service. 

I am looking for vet nurse work for November ideally on a part time or full time basis but could start now for a couple of days a week. I live in Kedron, Brisbane and am willing to travel around 30 minutes but would travel further for the right job.

I am friendly, dedicated, motivated and a quick learner and I believe I could be an asset to a clinic. I have a resume and references available upon request. 

Thank you,

Georgia Gallagher 
georgiagallagher8@gmail.com
0419 616 166


Vicki McLeod, Brisbane, QLD (posted 9th October) Overseas Qualified & Experienced Vet Nurse/Receptionist

Qualified and experienced Registered Veterinary Nurse from the UK. Looking for full time work in Brisbane - would prefer Nursing work but happy to have a receptionist role as well. Recently arrived in Australia on a working holiday visa.

Five years experience in a very busy small animal practice where I was promoted to Head Nurse. This year volunteered at Animals Asia's rescue centre for Asiatic Black bears in China and also at a rescue clinic in Koh Phangan. 

Friendly, hard working and tidy nurse, very ready to get back into nursing after a couple of months travelling in South East Asia. Hold a full, clean UK driver's licence. Great with clients and angry cats.

Please contact for full resume

Email: vicki.mcleod35@gmail.com
Telephone: 0484 734 560


Cath King, Melbourne, VIC (posted 6th October) Experienced & Qualified Vet Nurse, Part Time

I am looking for a part time Vet Nursing job up to 30 hours a week.

I have had 2 years placement experience in clinics including CARE-Centre for Animal Referral and Emergency.

I am qualified as a Certificate IV vet nurse and have my Certificate II in Animal Studies.
 
I am hard working and passionate about my job and looking for the opportunity to be part of a good working team.

Available for interviews any day.
Cath King
04 31 444 576
cath.king@hotmail.com


Jessica Byrnes, Central Coast/Hunter Valley, NSW (posted 6th October) Experienced & Qualified Vet Nurse

My name is Jessica Byrnes and i am currently seeking a full time/part time position as a Veterinary Nurse in the Central Coast and Hunter Valley region.  I hold a Certificate II in Animal Studies and Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing and have 3 years experience in varied animal and veterinary industries.

My experience includes;

I am a very conscientious, caring and compassionate individual, who has a love of animals and an excellent contributor and valued team player; self-motivate person who loves a challenge and is happy to take on any task. Has a highly engaging and proactive personality with a flexible and adaptable approach to deliver quality service within a Veterinary Clinic.

I am available Monday to Sunday all hours. My CV and cover letter are available upon request.

Please feel free to contact me for any further information.
Ph: 0411 071 969
Email: jess4896@hotmail.com


Kylie, Brisbane Northside to Sunshine Coast (posted 5th October) Qualified Locum Veterinary Nurse

I hold a Diploma of Veterinary Nursing and have 28 years experience in various fields of the Veterinary Industry. 

I am based on the Northside of Brisbane and available for locum positions on Brisbane Northside and Sunshine Coast that would suit any hours between 7am to 6pm Monday to Friday.

Other locations and shifts negotiable.

Please contact me via email at avn4hire@outlook.com


Shona Brooks, Melbourne (posted 4th October) Entry Level Vet Nurse

My name is Shona Brooks and I am currently seeking employment as a Trainee Veterinary Nurse. I have recently completed a Certificate II in Animal Studies and have begun a Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing.

Through my Cert II, I completed 80 hours of work placement through Meadow Heights Vet Clinic where my responsibilities included, feeding and monitoring animals, ensuring they had ample water, assisting vets insert cannula's, drawing up medication, administering vaccinations, cleaning cages, assisting with hydro baths and much more.

I am excited and eager to begin my career as a Vet Nurse and hope to find employment soon. I am hard working, show high attention to detail, take initiative where possible, I am keen to broaden my knowledge and passionate about everything I do.

I would love to send you my CV and/or come in for an interview.
Please feel free to email me at shonarbrooks@gmail.com or call me on 0421 182 652.


Nicki Hulme, Northern VIC (posted 4th October) Full or Part Time

I am currently seeking a full time/part time position as a Veterinary Nurse in a friendly and educating clinic around the Northern region of Victoria. I have over 8 months experience in a fast paced, diverse clinic with experience in both nursing duties as well as Canine Rehabilitation. 

I am experienced in: 

I have also completed a "Veterinary Nursing Skills Set" course at Box Hill institute, which has allowed me to complete part of the components involved in the full Veterinary Nursing IV certificate. I wish to complete  my certificate and become fully qualified whilst learning and working in a friendly clinic. 

I am dedicated, enthusiastic and have a willingness to learn.  I am more than happy to discuss in more detail with any clinic interested, and have a resume and CV available upon request. 

Email: nicki.hulme@gmail.com
Phone: 0400810499


Fae, Melbourne/Geelong area (posted 4th October) Entry Level Vet Nurse

Hi! My name is Fae and I’m seeking for a trainee position as a veterinary nurse in inner Melbourne, south western suburbs of Melbourne and Geelong areas.

I currently work full time as a veterinary receptionist, have a Cert II in Animal Studies from RSPCA and I have been volunteering at Lort Smith handling animals and cleaning for 10 months. I have skills in vet nursing administration in a clinic environment, 9 years of customer service experience, a plethora of transferable skills, a fabulous work ethic and a real enthusiasm for learning. I’m looking to take the next step into the animal care industry as a vet nurse.

My combination of work experience and studies makes me a perfect candidate as a reliable, flexible and committed vet nurse trainee.

I’m more than happy to pop into your clinic and hand in my resume. Thank you for your time and consideration.

fae.pawley@gmail.com


Caitlin Martinez-Bennett, Brisbane, Qld (posted 3rd October) Qualified Locum Vet Nurse

I am an Australian qualified Vet Nurse. Graduated in 2015 and have been working in Ireland and the UK since as a locum nurse.

I am back in Australia for 1 month visiting family from the 10th of December to the 10th January and looking for some locum shifts while I am in Brisbane. I do not currently have an Australian number so preferred contact is via email.

Look forward to hearing from you.
caitlinmartinezbennett@hotmail.com


Olivia Bourne, Cairns, Qld (posted 3rd October) Qualified & Experienced Vet Nurse

I am currently seeking locum, casual, part time or full time employment in Cairns QLD commencing from mid-November. 

I have two years of experience and am confident in reception, customer service, hospital and surgical duties. 

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you would like a copy of my resume or more information. 

P: 0417 173900
E: olivia.bourne@hotmail.com


Holly Boon, North Brisbane, QLD (posted 27th September) Trainee Vet Nurse

Enthusiastic​ ​and​ ​committed​ ​individual​ ​with​ ​the​ ​ultimate​ ​career​ ​goal​ ​of​ ​becoming​ ​a​ ​Veterinary  Nurse.​ ​With​ ​a​ ​passion​ ​for​ ​all​ ​animals,​ ​I​ ​aim​ ​to​ ​obtain​ ​employment​ ​in​ ​a​ ​veterinary​ ​clinic​ ​while  completing​ ​my​ ​studies​ ​(Certificate​ ​II​ ​in​ ​Animal​ ​Studies​ ​and​ ​Certificate​ ​IV​ ​in​ ​Veterinary​ ​Nursing).​ I look​ ​forward​ ​to​ ​becoming​ ​part​ ​of​ ​the​ ​veterinary​ ​healthcare​ ​team​ ​and​ ​learning​ ​the​ ​skills​ ​needed​ ​to  care​ ​for​ ​sick​ ​or​ ​injured​ ​animals​ ​during​ ​all​ ​avenues​ ​of​ ​examination,​ ​diagnosis,​ ​treatment​ ​and  surgery. 

Holly Boon
Mobile: 0435 019 980
Email: holly.boon@gmail.com


Terry Chen, Brisbane, QLD (posted 27th September) Junior Vet Nurse

Hello, my name is Terry CHEN and I am in my final year of Bachelor of Veterinary Technology at UQ due to complete soon. At the same time, I am finishing my Cert IV in Vet Nursing.  I have over 4 years of experiences in varied animal and veterinary industries.

I am experienced in:

I am friendly, motivated, dedicated and have a 'go-to' attitude and I believe I can be an asset to a clinic. My hobbies are the water-typed and ice-typed sport.

I am looking for work from November ideally on a part-time or full-time basis but can also start now for a couple of days per week. I lived in Willawong, Brisbane and am willing to travel around 30 mins to 50 mins for the right job. I hold an open automatic driver license.

If you would like to discuss more in detail, please do not hesitate to contact me. I have resume and referees available upon request if needed.

Terry CHEN
0431 333 788

terry_chen1204@hotmail.com

Gillian, Melbourne, Vic (posted 26th September) Experienced Vet Nurse

I am a qualified veterinary nurse with over 19 years’ experience, both in Australia and England, working in the small animal industry. I’m an enthusiastic and hard working veterinary nurse who is dedicated to the job and always looking to gain more nursing experience and continue my nursing education.

I have extensive experience working in General, Referral and Emergency, having worked in general practice for 14 years before I became a full time emergency nurse.

I have worked in all areas of nursing in general practice, including reception and surgical nursing, and have experience with stock control and placing orders. In the past I have also been in charge of monthly client accounts and reminders, providing training for junior nursing staff / veterinary students and keeping a clinic running on a day to day basis. I am also experienced in performing dental procedures, taking radiographs and running in house blood tests.

Please contact me via email, gill_simpson@hotmail.com or on 0400 300 391 for more information, I look forward to hearing from you.


Ashleigh, Sydney, NSW (posted 26th September) Qualified Vet Nurse/Receptionist

Hi, my name is Ashleigh and I have just recently completed my Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing.  I am seeking a Veterinary Nurse role, however I am also interested in a Reception role.

I am happy to work in a full time, part time or casual role and am flexible regarding working hours, days and shifts, anywhere within the Sydney metropolitan area.

Currently, I am employed in a Veterinary Clinic as an Animal Attendant/Junior Nurse and was previously employed at the same clinic as a receptionist.  Prior to this I have also volunteered in 2 other clinics from early 2015 as part of my Certificate IV Veterinary Nursing qualification. 

Prior to entering the veterinary sector, I worked primarily in medical reception/administration roles.  I feel that my previous reception/customer service experience will be an asset to your team.

I look forward to the opportunity to discuss any possible roles you may have available now, or in the future.

I am eager to learn new skills and further my knowledge.

Please feel free to contact me via email.  I am happy to forward my Resume for your consideration.
Email: ashleighm.642@gmail.com


Vivienne Frei-Mills, Newcastle NSW (posted 25th September) Qualified Experienced Vet Nurse

My Name is Vivienne Frei-Mills. I am a qualified veterinary nurse with 10 years experience working in small animal practice, with a passion for our wildlife.

I had been living above my previous place of work for the past 5 years- working as a full time nurse- in reception, hospital nursing, surgery nursing, wildlife care and providing after hours care for patients.

In November we moved to the Newcastle area for my husbands work, and I have spent the past 10 months on maternity leave.

I am excited to be going back to work, I am looking for part time work in a small animal practice in the Newcastle region. 

If you think I could be the new addition to your practice please email me; vivienne13frei@gmail.com


Kate Morgan, Perth WA (posted 22nd September) Qualified Vet Nurse

I am a qualified veterinary nurse with 2 years experience in small animal practice.  I am looking for a part time position e.g. two days per week, happy to work on a casual basis. 

I have experience in customer service, reception, setting up and running IV fluids, anaesthesia monitoring, animal handling, stock control, blood sampling, admission and discharge of hospitalised animals.

Please email Chlobow98@outlook.com


Erin Moore, Melbourne VIC (posted 20th September) Trainee Vet Nurse

Hi, My name is Erin Moore and I am looking for a position starting in February 2018, as a trainee vet nurse for 15 hours a week, so that I can begin my Certificate IV in Vet Nursing and continue doing my Bachelor of Agriculture (production animal health) part time. I am available any time.

Some of my experience includes;

I am hard working and very passionate about animal health and am not afraid of doing any dirty work to achieve this goal. I would love to work at a mixed practice vet if at all possible but am more than happy to work anywhere and am more than happy to travel for the right position.

If you would like more info about me or my resume and cover letter please don’t hesitate to contact me. Thank you!

Phone: 0431 759 566
Email: erinm1@student.unimelb.edu.au



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