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 recently 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.


Emma, Inner West Sydney, NSW (posted 3rd July) Entry Level Vet Nurse or Veterinary Receptionist

My name is Emma. I'm young, passionate and motivated to start my career in vet nursing. I am looking for a clinic that has either a vet nursing traineeship position available, or a full time veterinary receptionist position.

I have extensive skills in customer service and a Cert III in Business. I've been employed in a reception role for the last three years. I have done work experience at Summer Hill Village Vets and I am looking to be employed, either as a veterinary receptionist, or ideally, in a vet nursing traineeship role. Animal care is my passion and I would love to become an asset to your team.

Please contact me if you would like my resume, or for further enquiries email emmachahine1@gmail.com or call 0423 113 420

Thank you for your consideration


Emily S, Ipswich Region, QLD (posted 2nd July) Cert IV Vet Nurse

I am a novice Veterinary Nurse (Certificate IV obtained in 2013) looking to improve my skills and become proficient in all areas of nursing. Previously I worked as an Animal Attendant for five years.

My duties included observation and monitoring of patients; feeding/medicating/bathing animals; scheduling daily duties (including cleaning); preparation of surgical equipment; assisting in consultations and surgery. I have experience handling various species of domestic and native animals.

I am seeking any position from casual to full time, and would willingly work in an Animal Attendant, Trainee VN or Kennel Hand role. I have full availability (including weekends) and my own transport/open manual licence.

Please contact me at emily.s@outlook.com.au for a resume and references.

Irene Nitis, Northern Suburbs / North Shore, Sydney, NSW (posted 2nd July) Qualified Vet Nurse

Hello, my name is Irene and I am currently seeking a full time job as a Veterinary Nurse. I have recently completed my Certificate IV, Veterinary Nursing through Ultimo TAFE, where I commenced on 8 February 2013 as a part-time student re-enrolling in 2014 as an online student in conjunction with full time employment. I am a fully qualified veterinary nurse and have been working within the industry for approximately 2 years.

I have been working as a full time Veterinary Nurse/Receptionist since 28 January 2014. I have also held jobs prior to my current position, within the Veterinary industry. I am a hard worker and I am always willing to take on new tasks and continue to learn and progress with my career in this industry. I am looking for full time employment at a Vet clinic/Hospital.

Please contact me on 0466 271 451 or email irene.nitis@hotmail.com 

I can provide my resume upon request.


Gemma Watkins, Darwin, Northern Territory (posted 2nd July) UK Qualified Vet Nurse

UK registered veterinary nurse, arrived in Darwin 1st July.

I'm a qualified veterinary nurse with 6 years post qualification experience. Have worked as a locum nurse for 4 years in practices from small to referral centres.

Have trained students in the UK in the workplace, have also gained the first qualification to start teaching in a college.

I'm seeking work preferably the Darwin area and suburbs.

Please email me at gemlewis01@yahoo.co.uk


Georgia, Melbourne & Surrounds, VIC (posted 1st July) Trainee Vet Nurse

Hi there! I am Georgia i am 21 years old, I'm a bubbly girl with a love for animals great and small. I'm currently nearing the end of my certificate III in Animal Studies (Veterinary Nursing) with the Australian College of Veterinary Nursing and looking for a trainee nurse postion so i can follow my dream and start my Certificate IV. I have my own transport and am willing to travel where ever needed. I have compeleted just over 130 hours work placement so far in a veterinary clinic where i learned and refined a wide range of skills from assisting in surgeries and dental, restraining patients and taking bloods, TPRs to suture removal and general duties. I have a particular interest in wildlife and have been a wildlife rescuer for the past year where i have learned how to restrain and assess a wide range of species such as kangaroos, reptiles, birds and wombats under emergency situations. I have been working in retail for the past 5 years and have exceptional customer service.

Feel free to contact me if you have any questions on 0402 035 817 or georgia-411@hotmail.com, cover letter and resume can be sent upon request.


Indi Coe, North Brisbane/Sunshine Coast, QLD (posted 1st July) Entry Level Vet Nurse

Hi, My name is Indi.

I am currently seeking employment within a clinic in order to finish my Certificate IV. I haven’t had much luck in finding a Clinic that has the time or patience to teach someone that is not qualified through their certificate. In order to finish my Certificate IV, I need a minimum of 15 hours a week of paid work.  I have worked in the Veterinary field for two years now and have learnt a vast amount of skills and knowledge. My experience as a Veterinary Nurse/ receptionist include but not limited to:

I would like to thank you in advance for any consideration you may give me for future positions in your clinic. Please don't hesitate to contact me for my resume. I can be contacted via email on LadyPeach@hotmail.com


Emma Johnson, Central Coast, NSW (posted 29th June) Experienced Veterinary Nurse/Receptionist

Hi, my name is Emma. I am 24 and am a Cert IV qualified  Veterinary Nurse. I have two  and a half years experience working as both reception and surgical nurse. I live on the Central Coast and am currently seeking either a full time or part time role in a clinic, I have my own transport and am willing to travel outside of this area.

During my two and a half 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. During the last 6 months I have been working closely with an avian boarding clinic and have confidence in both avian handling, medicating and general husbandry.

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.
Emma


Monique Bramley, Gold Coast, QLD (posted 29th June) Entry Level Vet Nurse

Hi :)
I am currently studying Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing and would like to start my work experience placement as soon as possible. I currently volunteer at the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital as a Veterinary Nurse Assistant, Receptionist and Animal Ambulance Driver. I also volunteer for RSPCA as a Wildlife Rescue Hero and Property Inspector.

I am located on the Gold Coast and am available to start immediately, I am available 5 days a week and willing to do multiple shifts. I will be covered by insurance through my study provider and will need to complete 480 hours.

I am happy to travel as far north as Brisbane and south to Tweed Heads.

Cover Letter, Resume and References available on request.

Please contact me via email or phone:
moniquebramley@gmail.com
0422 194 060


Becky, Australia-wide (posted 29th June) Overseas Qualified Vet Nurse

Good Day, my name is Becky and i am a fully qualified, British trained, veterinary nurse with 14 years experience with small animals. Although i have many years experience i still continue with CPD work that covers a variety of different subjects and areas. 

Working with animals had always been my dream and i'm glad to say it still is. I am enthusiastic about all areas of nursing especially theatre work, rehabilitation and thrive on client education. I believe that increasing client knowledge and awareness makes for healthier and happier pets and also increases confidence in staff members from their owners. 

I am a great team player and love working in a fun and professional environment and don't hesitate to under take any tasks. 

I am currently on a 1 year working visa and am willing to travel Australia wide for the perfect job. I have my own transport a full clean driver license.  My partner is also a veterinary surgeon if you needed extra cover. 

Please email me for a copy of my resume and feel free to contact any referees. becca_skegless@hotmail.com


Kelly, Central Coast/Hunter Region, NSW (posted 29th June) Qualified Vet Nurse

Looking for Locum, Casual, Part time Veterinary nurse, reception or animal attending work. Qualified Veterinary Nursing Certificate IV. Ready to re join the workforce after raising family. Currently upgrading qualifications.

please phone 0437 293 573 or email for resume.

pkrichmond@live.com.au

Jamie Lee Williams, Melbourne, VIC (posted 25th June) Entry Level Vet Nurse

Currently seeking part time / full time work in a veterinary clinic to complete my Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing.

Located in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne, I am willing to travel for work. (Although, I will need to be able to use public transport to do so) I am available Mon - Fri / Sat - Sun, also allowing time to study and keep up my commitments. 

I have little experience in the industry, but am eager to dedicate my time to learn and broaden my experience, and to secure a position in a workplace where I may further my knowledge and gain practical hands on experience with the goal of becoming a qualified veterinary nurse over the next few months, leading into 2016. I have had experience with a varied amount of small and large animals at home, work placement in a Pet Shop, maintaining the animals, and cleaning cages and during my Animal Studies course in 2013 working with horses, dogs, rabbits/guinea pigs and birds.

Some of my skills include; 

Contact Details
Email- jamie.l.williams@outlook.com
Mobile - 0467 513 921

Amarice, Cairns, QLD (posted 25th June) Experienced & Qualified Vet Nurse

Hello My name is Amarice and I am a certificate 4 qualified veterinary nurse. I have had almost 10 years experience and won an award for Anaesthetics. I am looking for any part time, full time or casual work in Cairns Far North Queensland. I am also open to locum jobs in other areas short term. Please email me any further enquiries you may have amariceharrison@hotmail.com.


Emma, Port Stephens/Newcastle, NSW (posted 19th June) Trainee Vet Nurse

My name is Emma and I will be commencing a Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing with Open Colleges next month. I am seeking a clinic in the Port Stephens/Newcastle area to complete the practical component of my course. I am available anytime and only require one day a week for the duration of my course. I have done some work experience at a vet clinic before through my Certificate 2 in Animal Studies.

Please contact me if you have anything available.

Thank you
Emma
emat_90@hotmail.com
0431 845 532


Vicki, Perth, WA (posted 19th June) Entry Level Vet Nurse

Hi my name is Vicki.

I am a Trainee Veterinary Nurse looking to finish my certificate 4 in Veterinary Nursing this year. I have done work experience in pet shops and clinics throughout my school years and certificate 3 in companion Animals. I am looking for a Part-Time that could lead to  Full-Time job once qualified. I am looking to gain more experience and learning to further my skills and gain more confidence in my career choice as animals and helping out is my passion.

I am very  flexible with my availability as can work around going to tafe when I need to go in and available most of the week and weekend.

Hoping to hear from you soon.

Mobile 0439 504 506


Matthew, Brisbane/Gold Coast, QLD (posted 19th June) Entry Level Vet Nurse

Hi my names Matthew. I'm currently studying a certificate 4 in veterinary nursing and im seeking work placement to complete my studies. I have had a little bit of experience in a veterinary clinic as well as I've just started volunteering with RSPCA at wacol in post op care for experience.

I work well in a team and get along with animals really well a strong stomach helps too  im more than willing to travel for placement. 

Any questions feel free to ask me at mmyatt95@gmail.com.

Thanks for your time.


Ann Parkins, Northern Brisbane, QLD (posted 18th June) Entry Level Vet Nurse

I have 5 months experience working part time (300 hours) as a Volunteer trainee Vet nurse at Brisbane Veterinary Specialist Centre in Albany Creek.  I am currently studying my Cert IV in Veterinary Nursing which I am due to complete in April of 2016.

While I have not been in the industry long, my time at BVSC has offered a multitude of learning opportunities. I have been training and learning skills in catheter insertion, TPR's, taking and processing of bloods, administering medications and drawing up of medications, set up of anaesthetic machine and fluids, induction and intubation, surgery monitoring, extubation and post surgery care, assisting with X-rays, ultrasound and Ct's, assisting with Chemo therapy and this is just the start. 
I am confident in my ability to learn and will ask many, many questions as I want to ensure that I keep learning and become the best nurse I can be. 

I also volunteer with an animal rescue organisation as a foster carer and part of their working group.
I am motivated, able and excited to work. 

I am seeking a position either part time or fulltime and am available to work rotational weekends with a clinic that will continue with my training, liase with my course provider and encourage my ongoing learning capabilities.

Ann Parkins 
0410 653 369
a_parkins81@hotmail.com


Kimberley, Melbourne, VIC (posted 18th June) Trainee Vet Nurse

My name is Kimberley. I am currently enrolled to complete my certificate IV in veterinary nursing full time 1 day a week at Box Hill institute.

As a requirement of the course I have to compete a full day of paid or voluntary work at a veterinary clinic.

I have experience working at a cat and dog boarding kennel for 8 months.

I am willing to work any day or hours that are available to me and travel any distance.

I am a hard worker and love caring for animals.

I have had a lot of different animals throughout my life so find myself quite a compassionate person when it comes to owners and there pets.

I can send my resume and cover letter through if needed and look forward to hearing from you to discuss a possible position.

Email me on kimberleyp77@hotmail.com. Thank you


Emily, Brisbane (posted 17th June) New Zealand Qualified Vet Nurse

My Name is Emily, I am looking to return to vet nursing. I started my career in hospitality and retail.

I qualified back in 2003 in Invercargill New Zealand. Following this I did some locum work before finding a permanent position in my home city Christchurch. For two and a half years I worked at a clinic which was owned by the Cats Protection League at the beginning of my employment.

My animal handling skills are excellent. I'm accurate with measurements and instructions. I enjoy having a connection to animal’s emotions and have good insight to their needs. I was a very committed vet nurse; I took animals for further care home to ensure of their safety.

I must confess that my experience in surgery was mainly with halothane gas. Only as a Locum nurse, did I use modern equipment. I gave up working in vet nursing at 40 weeks pregnant.

In the last 6 years I have been working as a receptionist, then later as an optical assistant.

I would like to find a new clinic to work fulltime (over thirty hours). I am willing to relocate as I miss vet nursing. Currently I live in Brisbane Queensland but I am open to city or country life.

Please feel free to email me emilyroseabdel@hotmail.com, or phone me 0413 494022


Taiya, Newcastle (posted 17th June) Newly Qualified Cert IV Vet Nurse

Hi my names is Taiya ,

I currently live in Newcastle NSW and I have just completed my Certificate IV in veterinary nursing .

I currently work as a dog trainer two days a week, helping owners teach their dogs commands and learning how to have a happy yet obedient dog. My passion with animals lies with the training and behaviour as well as medical nursing. I believe training and behaviour relates a lot to animals that are in the clinic for surgery or just for a visit and if we can combine the two animals would have a must relaxed experience at the vets.

Apart from training dogs, my experience with animals started when I began working in a boarding kennel and has since then come from my work experience in vet clinics whilst studying. I'm ver passionate about a career as a vet nurse / animal behaviourist and I'm willing to go to great lengths to prove I'm a hard worker and loyal employee.

I'm a quicker leaner, goal orientated, able to work within a team as well as independently of needed. I also have great initiative as I don't like to stand around.

I happy to work full time, part time or casual and I'm very willing to travel and work long hours.

My resume outlines my skills and experience in greater detail and I'm available anytime for an interview, I look forward to discussing my further with you soon.

Thank you for your time

Taiya Mckenzie
Email - macka164@hotmail.com


Emily, Brisbane & Surrounds, QLD (posted 17th June) Qualified Vet Nurse

My name is Emily, I amlooking to return to vet nursing.

I started my career in hospitality and retail.
 
I qualified back in 2003 in Invercargill New Zealand. Following this I did some locum work before finding a permanent position in my home city Christchurch. For two and a half years I worked at a clinic which was owned by the Cats Protection League at the beginning of my employment. It was a barbaric sort of clinic with old equipment which did a lot of de-sexing.  

My animal handling skills are excellent. I'm accurate with measurements and instructions. I enjoy having a connection to animal’s emotions and have good insight to their needs. I was a very committed vet nurse ; I took animals for further care home to ensure of their safety.

I must confess that my experience in surgery was mainly with halothane gas. Only as a Locum nurse, did I use modern equipment. I gave up working in vet nursing at 40 weeks pregnant.

In the last 6 years I have been working as a receptionist, then later as an optical assistant.

I would like to find a new clinic to work fulltime (over thirty hours). I am willing to relocate as I miss vet nursing. Currently I live in Brisbane Queensland but i am open to city or country life.

Please feel free to email me emilyroseabdel@hotmail.com, or phone me 0413 494 022


Taiya, Newcastle, NSW (posted 17th June) Entry Level Vet Nurse

Hi my names is Taiya,

I currently live in Newcastle NSW and I have just completed my Certificate IV in veterinary nursing .

I currently work as a dog trainer two days a week, helping owners teach their dogs commands and learning how to have a happy yet obedient dog . My passion with animals lies with the training and behaviour as well as medical nursing . I believe training and behaviour relates a lot to animals that are in the clinic for surgery or just for a visit and if we can combine the two animals would have a must relaxed experience at the vets.

Apart from training dog , my experience with animals started when i began working in a boarding kennel and has since then come from my work experience in vet clinics whilst studying . I'm ver passionate about a career as a vet nurse / animal behaviourist and I'm willing to go to great lengths to prove I'm a hard worker and loyal employee.

I'm a quicker leaner, goal orientated, able to work within a team as well as independently of needed . I also have great initiative as I don't like to stand around .

I happy to work full time, part time or casual and I'm very willing to travel and work long hours .

My resume outlines my skills adn experience in greater detail and I'm available anytime for an interview , I look forward to discussing this further with you soon.

Thank you for your time

Kind regards

Taiya Mckenzie
Email - macka164@hotmail.com
Newcastle , NSW


Melissa Taylor, Cranbourne & Surrounds, VIC (posted 16th June) Entry Level Vet Nurse

Hello my Name is Melissa Taylor, I am currently completing Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing through Open Colleges. I am very passionate about this career and have been studying and working at the same time. In addition to my current employment, I worked for five years as an Apprentice Jockey, I throughly enjoy working with animals and this has been a long time career plan.

I am available as a Student, Casual, Trainee or Employed. I will be grateful for any experience as it will provide me with the solid skills I require to be an excellent Veterinary Nurse, I look forward in be able to provide continuity of care, working with different Veterinarians and quickly developing new skills.

My experience in customer service and administration will also be advantageous. And I am sure you would be aware that as a Jockey I am not adverse to working long, early and flexible hours, in fact, I have been known for my ability to successfully work long hours and to show initiative in completing projects and tasks outside of the normal scope of duties. I also have an excellent eye for detail and accuracy. My employers describe me as creative, forward thinking and a self starter. As a team-orintated and a results driven professional, I have always displayed the ability to provide solutions to complex problems. I am able to perform in a high volume and fast paced working environments.

I am seeking any work placement with in a clinic to continue my very important studies.

My resume outlines my skills and work history in greater detail. I can make myself available at anytime for an interview and look forward to hearing from you to discuss this request further.

Kind regards
Melissa Taylor
mt7487@hotmail.com 
Cranbourne, Victoria. 


Elizabeth Hefford, Southern Sydney, NSW (posted 15th June) Trainee Vet Nurse 

My name is Elizabeth Hefford, I am 20 years old and I have recently received my Veterinary Nursing Certificate IV after receiving my Animal Studies Certificate II at Ultimo TAFE.

I am a qualified Veterinary Nurse located in Southern Sydney, NSW (Kogarah) looking to kick start my career as a Vet Nurse!

After working for 3 years of being employed by a high end fashion company, I have gained significant experience from working in a sales focused, customer caring job as well as my experience in working in different Vet Clinics, which has exposed me to the versatility of the Vet Industry. 

I am seeking Full Time Work and am available all days of the week!

Please don't hesitate to contact me for my resume and cover letter via email: lizzie.hefford@hotmail.com

I look forward to hearing from you! 


Cami Jarrett, Australia-wide (posted 11th June) UK Qualified Vet Nurse

Hello my name is Cami Jarrett and I am a qualified Veterinary Nurse from the UK. I graduated from the Royal Veterinary College of London in 2012 and since then have worked as both a small animal nurse and an equine nurse in both small independent practice and at a large referral practice.

In June 2014 I volunterred in Bonreo for 6 months where I helped set up and run a neutering clinic for stray dogs.

I have been living in Melbourne since December 2014 and I am currently working in two veterinary practices in Melbourne. Due to being on a working holiday visa I can only be at once practice for 6 months in total so I am due to finish at one of the practices within the next two weeks.

I am looking for either a temporary position (starting mid August- beginning of December) in ideally equine or exotic practice although I am more than happy to work with small furries or in an ideal world for a position where I could gain sponsership as I do not want to leave Australia!

I am currently based in Melbourne although happy to travel to any part of Australia within reason for the right job.

Please get in touch via email at camilla.jarrett@hotmail.co.uk where I can then forward on my resume.
Many thanks.


Bethany Rutley, Brisbane/Gold Coast (posted 10th June) Trainee Veterinary Nurse

Hi there my name is Bethany Rutley and I am a vet nurse with a Cert II in AnimalStudies and working on my Cert IV in Veterinary Nursing.

Due to lack of Veterinary nurse work at my clinic I am seeking work in the Brisbane/Gold Coast area. I had been at my clinic since November 2014 after I moved from Townsville to fulfil my career goals. In this time I have learnt general cleaning duties, lab duties including running bloods and urinalysis, basic restraint, reception duties (EzyVet Software), subcutaneous injections, monitoring a patient under anaesthesia (with guidance), monitoring post anaesthesia and general clinic duties.

I am very dedicated with a high attention to detail and a high commitment to my work.

Please feel free to contact me if you have any positions available.

Regards, Beth.
0406 776 166
beffy123@live.com.au


Chloe Rodgers, Brisbane, QLD (posted 9th June) Qualified & Experienced Vet Nurse/Receptionist

My name is Chloe Rodgers and I am qualified veterinary nurse with 4 years’ nursing experience in a small animal practice. I am currently looking for a fulltime position in a nursing/reception role. I have experience with anaesthesia, nurse consultations and reception. I have excellent communication skills, am a fast learner and believe in providing clients with exceptional customer service.

I am available weekdays and for some weekend work if needed.

Resume and references available upon request. I can be contacted preferably via email at chloa.rodgers@gmail.com, or by phone on 0447 552 640.

Kirstie, Brisbane, QLD (posted 9th June) Casual, Part or Full Time Animal Attendant

My name is Kirstie and I am 23 years old from Brisbane. I have recently completed a Certificate II Animal Studies which has taken place at Currumbin Wild Life Sanctuary. I have such a passion for Animals and Animal rights, I would love to further that passion into a career, it has been a long life dream of mine. I am wanting to start my Certificate III in Companion Animals as soon as a position arises.

I am seeking Casual, Part time & Full time work within the Animal Industry, this may be a kennel hand/Animal Attendant or receptionist.

I have experience with some Native Animals, and Domestic Animals, this experience has come from animals of my own, Currumbin Wild Life Sanctuary, Currumbin Farm School & RSPCA.

I am available any days of the week and am wiling to travel up to 1 hour to pursue my dream, I have a license and a reliable car.

Please contact me if you require my resume or have any questions.

Email - kirstiee_91@hotmail.com

PH - 0449 962 662

Hope to hear from you soon


Rachel Wilkinson, Melbourne, VIC (posted 4th June) UK Qualified, Experienced Veterinary Nurse

My name is Rachel Wilkinson and I am a RCVS Registered Veterinary Nurse from England. I have achieved the City and Guilds Level 3 Diploma in Veterinary Nursing (Small Animals). Before this I completed my GCSEs and A levels within school, gaining 12 GCSEs grades A* - C and three A levels. I also have a full UK driving license since November 2009.

I have over four and a half years’ experience in England and also trained as a clinical coach so that I could help train Student Veterinary Nurses. Last year I went out to Borneo to do 2 weeks volunteer work for a charity called International Aid for the Protection and Welfare of Animals (IAPWA). The main work the charity did was a trap, neuter and release project, and I went back again to the same charity in Borneo from February to May this year, before moving to Australia. I am currently working as a casual Veterinary Nurse at Elgar Road Veterinary Hospital in Box Hill, Victoria until the end of July.

I have acquired many skills since starting my career including inpatient care, monitoring anaesthetics, being able to take blood and place intravenous catheters, doing nurse clinics and reception work.

I am looking for locum Veterinary Nursing work in Victoria, preferably in Melbourne. I will be available from the middle of August onwards. I can be contacted by email- rachel_wilkinsonlcfc@outlook.com


Laura Garden, Gold Coast, QLD (posted 3rd June) Qualified Veterinary Nurse

My name is Laura, I am 27 years old, and qualified as a Vet Nurse in september 2014 at Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology and graduated in March 2015. I have recently moved to the Gold Coast, from New Zealand and I am looking for a full or part-time Vet Nursing position where I can continue to learn and gain more skills. 

I have worked part-time in a Vet clinic working with small animals (mostly cats, dogs, rabbits and rodents) since July 2014 - April 2015. I learnt a lot in my time working and training at Marshall and Pringle Vet clinic with a great team that have been patient and willing to train me, which has helped me to gain practical skills and become a more confident vet nurse.

I have had experience in reception and surgical nursing. I would be happy to email through my resume outlining my experience.

I am available to work days, nights and weekends.

Kind regards,
Laura Garden
M: 0459296933
E: laura_fg1@hotmail.com


Lauren Williams, Melbourne, VIC or Sydney, NSW (posted 2nd June) Entry Level Vet Nurse

To whom it may concern,

I am looking for a voluntary position in a Veterinary Clinic to help me follow my dream of becoming a Veterinary Nurse.

I have completed both my certificate II and III in Animal studies with my Vet nursing electives. I have had previous experience volunteering in animal shelters in both Cyprus and Germany. 

After relocating to Melbourne from Sydney 2 years ago and I am finding it increasingly difficult to get any placement to help me to complete my studies. I am more than happy to relocate back to Sydney for the right position.

I have began my Veterinary Nursing certificate IV with Open Colleges who provide work place insurance for me while i study with them. I am more than happy to volunteer my time in exchange for your expertise and guidance. It needs to be a Minimum of 1 day a week in order for me to complete my course.

I pride myself in my customer service and strive to better myself in all aspects of my job. I currently manage a cupcake shop in Melbourne which involves me heavily interacting with customers to provide the best service. This includes corresponding with customers via phone, email and face to face interactions. I have also recently began invoicing and following up payments for large corporate orders.

I would like to thank you in advance for any consideration you may give me for future positions in your clinic.

Please don't hesitate to contact me for my resume.

Warmest regards,

Lauren Williams.
044 989 6118
lauren_281090@hotmail.com


Grace McKenzie, North Melbourne, VIC (posted 29th May)

I’m looking for any work available within vet clinics in North Melbourne, whether it be a kennel girl job, receptionist, or veterinary nursing. More than willing to learn on the job.

I am in the final year of a La Trobe University Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Bioscience, and have completed a Certificate II in Animal Studies/Science with GOTAFE.

I’m currently looking for casual work to fit in with the University timetable (Unavailable Mon, Tues and Thurs afternoons), but also looking for full time work to commence in 2016.

I am very willing to continue with any study requirements such as a Certificate in Vet Nursing.

I have experience working within a rural veterinary clinic, where I first began my compulsory work placement in 2011, and I’m now a volunteer with Zoos Victoria’s Healesville Sanctuary within the Australia Wildlife Health Centre, and completing animal enrichment around the Sanctuary - since 2013.

You will find me to be an extremely keen and fast learner, passionate, reliable, responsible and a glass-half-full kind of person. I am a team player, and would love to become a devoted member of your team.

I am more than willing to send through a cover letter, CV and reference letters for your benefit.

Please contact me at graceellenmckenzie@gmail.com or on 0429 844 221

Hope to hear from you soon!

Gemma Cooper, Gold Coast or Sunshine Coast (posted 28th May) Receptionist/Veterinary Nurse

My name is Gemma Cooper and I am a vet nurse with over ten years experience in small animal, mixed practice & emergency clinics. I also own a dog grooming business and enjoy marketing (please feel free to check out my business Facebook page Audrey's place - dog grooming).

I am currently seeking locum work over the winter months. Traveling interstate is certainly possible, if you could advise suitable accomodation spots that would be helpful. I am particularly interested in the Gold Coast and Darwin.  I happy to work in diverse roles such as reception, emergency, surgical or general vet nursing.

I have a very positive attitude and adapt well to new teams. I enjoy happy work environments and laughs, and promise that I will bring respect and hard work to your practice, and a genuine love and nursing care to your patients.

I have a good set of skills such as placing IVC & blood collection. I have used the latest vetscan equipment and am competent in a variety of veterinary computer programs. I also enjoy handling birds :)

If you would like to see my cv please do not hesitate to contact me on gemmakatecooper@hotmail.com


Pascale Ferguson, North, North-East or Inner Melbourne, VIC (posted 27th May) Entry Level Part Time/Casual Vet Nurse

Dear Hiring managers,

My name is Pascale Ferguson, I am 27 years old and I am currently seeking part time/casual work as a Vet nurse in your clinic!

My preferred location is the Northern/North Eastern suburbs of Melbourne, or in or around the CBD. However I would be willing to travel further for the right position.

I am currently studying the Associate Degree in Veterinary Nursing at Melbourne Polytechnic full time (for 2 years) in Epping, which is a new course that enables us to become more skilled and have a deeper understanding of Vet nursing than a Cert IV in Vet nursing. The course also includes unpaid work placement at Lort Smith Animal Hospital. Prior to this I completed the Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Biosciences at La Trobe.

I am very much interested in working on a part time or casual basis as a Vet nurse with you whilst studying this course, as it will help to cement the knowledge I am learning, and will also help me to become a great Vet nurse!

I have a demonstrated history working with animals, have a strong love and connection with animals, and enjoy interacting with clients. My past also includes work as a receptionist, so I have great computer skills and a pleasant phone manner.

Due to my past work positions I believe I have a wide range of skills and knowledge which will enable me to be a great Vet nurse and prove me to be an asset to your company.

Currently I am available on Fridays and the weekend for work, hoping for approximately 10 hours per week. My availability will change over the next month and into the second half of the year where I expect to have a greater availability.

I look forward to chatting with and meeting you to discuss my new job at your clinic!

Best Regards,
Pascale Ferguson
0403 645 231. Pascaleferguson@hotmail.com


Shu-Chian Ruan, Soutrhern Perth & WA (posted 27th May) Overseas Qualified Vet Seeking A Vet Nurse/Animal Attendant Position

Qualified Veterinarian looking for Veterinary Nurse or Animal Attendant position in WA (Southern suburbs of Perth and South of WA)

My Name is Shu-Chian Ruan, a qualified Veterinary from Taiwan with 7 years of clinical experience in small animal medicine. After finishing 3 years of general surgery residency training program in National Taiwan University, I worked at a local emergency and intensive care center for 4 years. The precious experience of externship in The University of Melbourne Veterinary Clinic and Hospital makes me more easily to fit in with the medical procedures here. Voluntary work at Taipei Zoo and private shelters improves my knowledge in dealing with both wild and stray animals. I’m sure my strong responsibility toward lives and environment will make me better in work. Also, I am flexible with working hours and shift and enjoy communication with people in my fluent English.

As a foreigner with working holiday visa in Australia, I am not qualified to be a vet here. However, I still hope to have the opportunity to work with animals like I always did. I'm in Beckenham now, looking for jobs in Southern suburbs of Perth (including both Metro and Regional Perth) and South WA. I'm willing to move to nearby place for work as needed. Besides, I am available to commence work right now as long as I have the opportunity.

Additional certification and my resume are available on request. Please contact me on ruanpapapa@gmail.com or 0476-890-522.


Julia Halgren, Sydney Northern Beaches or North Shore, NSW (posted 26th May) Entry Level Vet Nurse

0432 962 026 or julia.halgren@live.com.au

Looking for work in Sydney - Northern Beaches / North Shore.

I am currently volunteering at AWL Ingleside and am very eager to fulfil a passion and to complete my Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing at TAFE.

I am looking for part time work to fulfil my clinical hours and gain experience.

I'm available weekends and afternoons/nights and while I have limited experience working with animals I have always had animals, including cats, dogs, frogs, reptiles, mice, ducks and horses.

I am currently working as a full time events manager and am wanting to make Veterinary Nursing a secondary career.

Please feel free to get in touch for a CV or more info.

Angie, Anywhere in Australia (posted 26th May) Wildlife Trainee Vet Nurse

Hi, my name is Angie and I am soon to complete my cert IV  vet nursing course. I am looking for a wildlife based clinic or hospital. Before beginning my my cert IV I worked in a wildlife hospital for three years and this is where my passion lies, particularly bird care. Experience in triage, first aid, x rays, surgery, intensive care, medicating, fluid therapy, recovery and rehabilitation, euthanasia.

Would love the opportunity to work in this area even for a short time and would consider relocating anywhere. Please contact me at angelie10@msn.com  thankyou.


Kesia Savill, Perth, WA (posted 26th May) Casual or Part Time Qualified Vet Nurse

I am an 18 year old qualified and registered Veterinary Nurse that graduated in December 2014.

I have had 7 months experience working as a Veterinary Nurse and have also had experience working in cat boarding and volunteering for a Wildlife rehabilitation centre located in Bibra Lake.

I am currently seeking a job that allows me to work as a casual or part time Vet Nurse as I am studying Animal Science/Health at Uni as of July.

I am able to work my study timetable around my work but I would preferably looking to work weekends and one day between Mon-Fri.

Please feel free to contact me via email at kesialouisesavill@gmail.com or by phone on 0427 192 265.

Thank you and hope to hear from you soon.


Lyn Mansfield,  North West Sydney (posted 25th May)

REFRESHED & REARIN’ TO GO! I am a Certificate 4 Veterinary Nurse having graduated in 2011.  I have been working in various clinics since February 2009.  Having completed my certification and gained some clinical experience, I feel the time is right for me to step up and establish myself.

My pre vet nursing employment history includes extensive customer service and office administration. I have had many years experience in all facets of office procedure including reception, customer service / sales support, accounts payable and receivable, stock control and small office management.

I came to vet nursing as a change in career, seeking the opportunity to work in a field to which I have long aspired.  I am keen to further my studies in nursing with particular interest in both surgery and post operative rehabilitation.

If you are looking for a mature, level headed and keen new member for your team, I would welcome the opportunity to meet with you.  I may be contacted at any time, on 0412 089 431 or email me on banfa@lycos.com.


Kate Treloar, Perth, WA (posted 22nd May) Trainee Vet Nurse

Hi, I'm a student looking for work experience as a full-time or part-time Trainee Veterinary Nurse.

I am currently studying a Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing and require work placement to further my course. I am also studying a Bachelor of Animal Science at Murdoch University, allowing me to broaden my knowledge and skills.

I have 5+ years experience in customer service roles, run my own pet sitting business and am a volunteer with the Dogs' Refuge Home. 

I am based south of the river but would be willing to travel. Very flexible with hours and happy with a full-time, part-time or casual position at your clinic. 

Please contact me on 0457 097 263 or kate.treloar@hotmail.com where I would be happy to provide my CV and references.


Kate Opitz, Adelaide or Perth (posted 21st May) Locum Veterinary Nurse

Cert IV experienced Locum Veterinary Nurse available for work in Adelaide or Perth and surrounds from late June/July onwards.

5 years general practice experience with the last 2 in a combined nursing/practice manager role.

Confident and competent in all aspects of nursing, with a passion for client and patient care.

Most proficient with RX works and CLvet, have also used Cornerstone, Vision & VetAid softwares. 

Friendly, adaptable, hard working and reliable, get in touch for references and CV - kateopitz@hotmail.com, 0401 346 012


Aly Kearton, Brisbane Northside, QLD (posted 19th May) Entry Level Vet Nurse

Hi, my name is Aly Kearton and I am actively pursuing any work or volunteer work that may be out there for a student.

I am currently undertaking study of a Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing and am looking for the opportunity to broaden my knowledge and use my skills to do what I love. As a pre-requisite to my studies I require to have 480 hours of work placement under my belt which can be entirely volunteer work. 

I have experience in the area as I have previously studied a Certificate III in Companion Animal Services and also completed a week long module with work experience at the Wacol RSPCA facility.

I am hard-working and trust worthy and strive to better myself every single day. My previous employment means I have a history of experience within the reception/administration area. This has allowed me to gain excellent interpersonal abilities as well as telephone and computer skills that are necessary to possess in day to day life. I am highly motivated and passionate about animals and the satisfaction that would come with any potential job opportunity.  

I would love to hear from anybody who may be interested in taking me on within your clinic, even if it may be for a short amount of time. Please feel free to contact me on aly_kearton@hotmail.com or 0407 038 308 if you would like to view a resume or cover letter. Thankyou.


Erin Mecurio, Mornington & Surrounds, VIC (posted 19th May) Entry Level Vet Nurse

I am a 19 year old looking for a part time trainee nursing position. 

I am currently studying my Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing with Open Colleges, and have recently completed the online Hill’s Veterinary Nutritional Advocate course. Previously I also completed the Introduction to Veterinary Nursing short course at Box Hill Institute of TAFE.

In terms of experience, I have done a 2-month placement at Frankston Heights Veterinary Clinic as an Introductory Level Veterinary Nurse, where I was guided to assist in holding animals for catheters and blood samples, set up IV fluids, stock and clean the practice, help monitor surgeries, care for recovering animals, assist in consultations, etc.

I currently live in Mornington, but have my driver’s license and a car and am willing to travel and move closer to the city when possible.

I am dedicated and hard working, and as I am studying online my availability is very flexible. Please contact me on 0481287384 or send me an email at erinmercurio@hotmail.com if you have a position open. I can provide references on request.

Thanks for your time and I look forward to hearing from you.


Bronnie Morton, Brisbane Bayside (posted 18th May) Qualified Veterinary Nurse

Qualified Vet Nurse with 5 years experience in general practice and 3 years experience with grooming.

I am currently looking for casual day, night, weekend and locum work.

My previous experience includes 2 years as nurse clinic coordinator, 3 years general practice and grooming. I have experience in the admitting of patients, monitoring of anesthesia, pre and post-op patient monitoring, patient discharge, minor dental works, x-ray and ultrasound, stock control and all manner of administrative duties.

I am an extremely professional, reliable and friendly individual. My communication skills are second to none and I have a true passion for helping our furry friends and their families.

If I can be of any assistance  please contact me on 0421 133 024 or via email at bronniemorton@hotmail.com


Charlotte Russell, Sydney (posted 18th May) UK Qualified Veterinary Nurse

I am a British Veterinary Nurse with a degree in Veterinary Nursing. I have five years practical experience in a range of environments including private clinics, charity, referral and private hospitals, developing a particular interest in assisting within referral surgery and referral medical procedures including chemotherapy. I have also worked in Australian veterinary practices for over a year which has enabled me to become familiarised with vaccination and parasitic protocols.

During my last degree year I completed my dissertation while working as a Locum Nurse. My paper explored the similarities between human and canine Osteosarcoma, highlighting the need to employ treatment protocols from both medical fields to provide the highest level of care for our patients.

In addition to the dissertation I also completed my elective module in Behaviour. This was a particularly useful module in regards to animal handing and being able to advise clients.Working as a Locum Nurse has enabled me to quickly adapt to new environments, staff and responsibilities. These skills were useful when selected to work as a Locum within the Harmsworth Animal Hospital for the RSPCA. This was a challenging environment due to the very high work load, low qualified staff levels and large amount of cruelty cases. They once again became employed when working at a referral hospital in Sydney, where I had to work in busy environment demanding a high standard of practice.

I am looking for work in Sydney and available from the 01/06/15.  I am on my second year holiday visa, allowing a maximum of six months at a time.

Charlotte Russell BSc Hons RVN
Telephone: 0426 133 437 or Email: charlotterussell31@hotmail.com


Tabatha, Brisbane Nth (posted 15th May) Qualified Veterinary Nurse

Qualified and highly experienced Vet Nurse available for casual or locum position I have over 17yrs experience in general practice, specialist practice and emergency practice and am now taking a break from full time work, whilst I start my own business.

Whilst I do this I am available for casual or locum work. Happy to fill any length position (short or long and at short notice if needed where possible). I am located in Narangba, on Brisbane’s northside however will consider a position anywhere within 45min drive around the Brisbane CBD. I am a happy, easy going and competent nurse who easily fits into any team.

For a copy of my CV please email me using email address tabathawhitehead@bigpond.com or call me anytime on 0409 719 956

Looking forward to meeting you soon.


Katie Howell, Southbank Melbourne, VIC (posted 14th May) Trainee Vet Nurse

After about 8 years of trying out different roles in Hospitality and looking at way too many animals course adverts on the internet than I’d like to admit, I kept assuring my mum that yes one day I will be a Vet Nurse! Now I’m starting to come to terms with the fact that I’m only really good at two things: Loving Animals too much and Persistence!!!

Hopefully these assets combined with my skills and experience make me the right candidate for your clinic!!!

I am looking for any opportunity/Role to start my journey in Nursing,with the pièce de résistance of gaining my Cert IV.

I have been with the RSPCA volunteering since 2013. I work in the Clinic and have covered various roles from wards, Iso, Assisting nurse's and currently prep room assistant.

I have also completed and passed a course in Vet Nursing. I did this course with the Veterinary Nurse Teaching Institute where I gained practical,Clinical Skills and knowledge to better equip me with entry to the work force.

I have my P2 driving licence and willing to commute !! Apart from these skills and many more I can also face paint and cook a mean steak !

I have been waiting for a chance to change my life and start my dream career for a while, hopefully that chance starts with your Clinic!

Chances are there not just to correct mistakes but also to determine worth.

Hopefully you can discover mine!!!

Please feel free to contact me on

Mobile 0406 032 253
Email katiehowells608@hotmail.com

Resume/CV and references available on request.


Adrian Skidmore, Penrith, Western Sydney (posted 14th May) Veterinary Nurse / Animal Attendant / Kennel hand

Qualifications:Certificate IV Veterinary Nursing, Certificate II Animal Studies

Experience:  4 years working as both a veterinary nurse and kennel hand for 2 different small Animal Veterinary practices. I am experienced in all areas of veterinary nursing from reception duties, assisting with surgeries/anesthetics monitoring, sample taking and pathology testing to grooming of animals and cleaning of all  veterinary and kennel facilities.

Looking for: A rewarding, fast paced Veterinary practice or kennel which can provide me with tasks that can put my skills to use. I am available for full-time, part-time or casual positions as a Veterinary Nurse, Animal Attendant or Kennel hand any day of the week, including weekends and public holidays.

Contact info: Any questions or would like my CV please contact me via email at: Adrian.skidmore22@hotmail.com

Thank you for taking the time to read this post.


Samantha Evans, Brisbane, QLD (posted 13th May) UK Qualified Locum Vet Nurse
 
RCVS Level 3 Diploma in Veterinary Nursing - 2012
 
I have 8 years experience working in the Veterinary Industry in a Tier 3 Veterinary Hospital. 5 years Vet Nursing and 3 years as a Veterinary Receptionist prior to this.
 
I am living in Brisbane on a working holiday visa, looking for locum work or a 6 month full time position, available to start from the beginning of June. Whilst in Brisbane so far have done some work in a GP & a referral practice so have basic knowledge of RX works.
 
As a Veterinary Nurse I believe I am hard working, positive, responsible, outgoing, keen to learn new skills and able to use my own initiative. I work well in a group or individually, and work hard to become a valued member of the team. Working in a busy Animal Hospital environment has give me the skills to work well under pressure, follow instructions and use my own initiative to help ensure smooth running of the practice.
 
My previous responsibilities included: Inpatient care, anaesthesia, pre & post operative care, nurse clinics, client communication & care, stock ordering & stock control, social network advertising and teamwork.
 
Resume/CV and references available on request.
 
Email - sammie1812evans@hotmail.com 0404 120 052
 
Thank you for your time :)


Jade McCorry, Perth, WA (posted 8th May) Qualified Veterinary Nurse

Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing – Qualified December 2014.

I recently graduated as a Veterinary Nurse from Polytechnic West Bentley. After studying in several different fields I decided to take the leap and follow my heart by pursuing a career with animals. I am ready to start my career and would love the opportunity to continue developing and building upon my skills as a Veterinary Nurse in a clinic environment.

I enjoy all aspects of nursing, however I have a particular interest in surgical nursing routines. I have good interpersonal skills and love interacting with clients and their pets. I am hard working, enthusiastic, honest, dedicated, able to work in a team environment, and will always endeavour to provide the highest quality of care.

I have experience in reception duties, surgery preparation, anaesthetic monitoring, post-operation patient care, scheduling, calculating and administering medication, maintaining records, IDEXX systems, instrument sterilisation/processing, cleaning, and animal restraint/handling.

I am available for an immediate start and am looking for full time or part time work, and I am happy to work both weekdays and weekends.

If you have any positions you think would be suitable for me I can be contacted on 0414928640 or send me an email at jade_maddison@hotmail.com and my resume and any other documentation will be provided upon request.

Thank you for taking the time to read my advertisement. 


Kathryn George, Australia-wide (posted 7th May) Experienced Locum Vet Nurse

Hi! . I am looking to start doing some locum work in any state/area.I am a qualified nurse with 6 years experience in busy general practice. I am currently employed full time so can only do short blocks at a time to begin with to give my boss plenty of notice ( he supports this venture ). I'm competent in all areas of nursing and am happy to give anything a go.
For more information and/or a resume please email me at:
kathryngeorge@live.com.sg  


Elizabeth Hefford, Sydney, NSW (posted 6th May) Qualified Veterinary Nurse

I am currently looking to start my career as a Full Time or Part Time Veterinary Nurse in the Sydney Region, after achieving my Certificate II in Animal Studies in 2013 and Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing in 2014 at Ultimo TAFE. 

I have exceptional experience working in different clinics, which has exposed me to the versatility of the Veterinary Industry. 

After working in a high end fashion retail company which focuses purely on customer service, I believe that I can apply this to my career as a Vet Nurse extremely well. I am an enthusiastic, yet hardworking person, who brings a positive approach to any task I am given. 

Resume and Cover letter will be given upon request. I can be contacted via email: lizzie.hefford@hotmail.com


Lisa, Perth or regional WA (posted 6th May) Qualified Veterinary Nurse

Hi, my name is Lisa. I recently completed my Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing and am looking for work in WA. Although I am currently located in Perth, I am willing to relocate elsewhere in WA for the right position.
 
I have gained practical experience through my course at Applied Vocational Training and also through my volunteer work through a local wildlife rehabilitation centre. I have additional admin and medical terminology experience, and excellent customer service skills from my current role.
 
While I would prefer to work in a full time position, I am happy to undertake part time or locum work as well. I am flexible with my hours and am available weekdays, weekends and nights as required.
 
I have a friendly, bubbly personality with a strong work ethic. I am a motivated employee and am eager to work hard and continually learn. I have a real passion for animal health and am looking forward to my career in this field.
 
For a copy of my resume, please contact me via email lisa-job@hotmail.com or phone 0424 311 888


Lauren Williams, Melbourne or anywhere in Sydney, VIC / NSW (posted 4th May) Entry Level Veterinary Nurse

I am looking for a voluntary position in a Veterinary Clinic to help me follow my dream of becoming a Veterinary Nurse.

I have completed both my certificate II and III in Animal studies with my Vet nursing electives. I have had previous experience volunteering in animal shelters in both Cyprus and Germany.

After relocating to Melbourne from Sydney 2 years ago and I am finding it increasingly difficult to get any placement to help me to complete my studies. I am more than happy to relocate back to Sydney for the right position.

I have began my Veterinary Nursing certificate IV with Open Colleges who provide work place insurance for me while i study with them. I am more than happy to volunteer my time in exchange for your expertise and guidance. It needs to be a Minimum of 1 day a week in order for me to complete my course.

I pride myself in my customer service and strive to better myself in all aspects of my job. I currently manage a cupcake shop in Melbourne which involves me heavily interacting with customers to provide the best service. This includes corresponding with customers via phone, email and face to face interactions. I have also recently began invoicing and following up payments for large corporate orders.

I would like to thank you in advance for any consideration you may give me for future positions in your clinic. Please don't hesitate to contact me for my resume.

Lauren Williams
044 989 6118
lauren_281090@hotmail.com


Rachel Van Kesteren, West Melbourne, VIC (posted 4th May) Entry Level Veterinary 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 take workplace safety, animal welfare, infection control and client satisfaction seriously. 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



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