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.


Annabelle Lopez, Sydney (posted 21st June) Animal Attendant / Trainee Vet Nurse

My name is Annabelle Lopez, I’m 27 and currently seeking full time or part time employment in the animal care industry as an animal attendant or a trainee vet nurse.

I am deeply passionate about animal welfare and animal conservation and truly want to make a difference to the lives of animals by providing them with the best level of care and compassion possible.

I completed my Certificate II in Animal Studies at Taronga Zoo in 2020 and I am currently completing my Cert IV in Veterinary Nursing at TAFE which I began in February, 2021. I have worked at two veterinary clinics this year and have acquired a number of skills that I am continuing to develop and strengthen to this day. I am hard-working, kind, diligent, focused and a motivated individual that truly wants to assist at your animal care facility and cater to the needs and work hours available. I love being a part of team, but can also work independently. I take initiative and pride myself on excellent customer service, having worked in customer service and sales for 8 years previously.

I can perform a range of tasks competently including receptionist duties; booking appointments, admitting/discharging patients, answering phone calls, triaging and I am experienced with RXworks. Other duties I can perform include running bloods, cytology and urinalysis,monitoring anaesthetics, monitoring patient post-op, surgery set up/ post- surgery cleaning, feeding, walking, medicating animals, assisting vet/nurse in catheter placement/taking bloods.

Please do not hesitate to contact me at annabelle.autumn@hotmail.com for my resume or on 0479 062 824.


Alana Padula, Morninton Peninsula (posted 21st June) Entry level nurse seeking work placement

My name is Alana Padula and I am currently studying my Cert III in Animal Studies through ACVN and searching for clinical placement. 

I have volunteered in a veterinary clinic, assisting with the basic tasks. I am open to any work needed, and am available every day at any time.

I live on the Mornington Peninsula, but am willing to travel anywhere for my placement hours. 

Please feel free to ask for more information, on alana.padula@student.vetnurse.com or 0400 123 809

Thank you for your time and consideration


Annelisse, Brisbane (posted 21st June) Qualified Vet Nurse

My Name is Annelisse Marshall and I am qualified Certificate IV Veterinary Nurse since July 2018 and I lived in Albany Creek. I am looking for any position within a veterinary clinic within Brisbane. I am willing to do any locum work too as I have been working as a locum veterinary nursing for 3 and half years from 2018 -2021.   

I have been working in the animal industry since 2012. The wellbeing of animals in my care are my main priority. I have experience using IIDEX Laboratory equipment, monitoring animals under anesthetic, and performing routine dental scale and polish procedures on dogs and cats. I, also have knowledge on the software Vetlink SQL, Xero and Corner Stone. In 2020, I completed a short course through ACVN in Emergency and Critical Care.  I have a very professional manner and an enthusiastic, motivated and a hardworking individual.  I can work autonomously or as a team member.   

I am willing to work nights, days, on-call shifts. I am available on everyday 

Please Contact me for a copy of my resume on Annelisse.marshall@outlook.com 


Orlagh, Victoria (posted 21st June) Nurse student seeking work placement

My name is Orlagh, I am 24 and I am a current Veterinary Nurse student seeking a placement opportunity in Victoria.
 I am currently studying my Certificate III in Animal Studies and I am working towards becoming a qualified Vet Nurse through the Australian College of Veterinary Nursing (ACVN). I am required within my studies to complete 30 days placement, and I would love the opportunity to learn and grow as a student Veterinary Nurse alongside my studies whist contributing to a clinic and learning more about the Veterinary field, having hands on experience and expanding my knowledge.

Although this is my first year of experience in the Veterinary setting, I offer great customer service, initiative and willingness to learn; and a demonstrated commitment too. My enthusiasm and abilities will allow me to make a positive contribution, while continuing to develop my skills and experience.

My previous employment experience come from a strong Hospitality background with a recent shift to working in Medical Administration & Covid-19 Triage. This has taught me much more about infection control through Covid-19, ensuring high hygiene standards and correct processes are followed.

My colleagues describe me as reliable, efficient and organised. I can manage my time effectively to complete tasks and I always pertain a professional manner. I am outgoing, passionate about animals, and willing to accept challenges that are given to me. I am highly motivated about learning and I can pick up and learn new skills quickly, and work under pressure within a busy environment.

I have always loved caring for animals as a child, right through into adulthood, it has been a favourite part of my life. Spending time with my pets, training them, showing them the care and love they deserve and always having their best interests at heart. I have also had experience with a range of different species growing up; From dogs, cats and rabbits to frogs and lizards, with my current fur babies being Ferrets.

I am currently working full-time (Mon-Fri) but my role enables me to be flexible with placement hours, I can be available on weekdays, weekends/public holidays and nights where needed (have previously worked 6pm-4am shifts). I have my own means of transport and am able to travel where needed.

Please do not hesitate to contact me! I am able to be contacted via phone or email at anytime and can send my CV to you as needed.
Contact details:
M: 0433 923 852
E: Orlagh.whelan@student.vetnurse.com.au


Kylie, SW Melbourne / Geelong, Vic (posted 17th June) Entry Level Vet Nurse

I am currently studying Certificate III in Animal Studies and require placement at a veterinary clinic in order to complete my practical assessments. I have completed all the theoretical work.

I am about to begin volunteer work with the Geelong Animal Welfare Society and have three fur-babies of my own.

I would be available within school hours or every second weekend if possible.

If you would like any further information, please contact me on 0412 339 749 or at masdec@live.com.au


Alysha Schafer, South Western Sydney Area (posted 17th June) Experienced Veterinary Nurse

I have 8 years on the job experience as a senior veterinary nurse. I have worked as a solo nurse managing the clinic day to day including but not limited to reception duties, drug ordering and stock rotation, surgical nursing, clinic hygiene, admission & discharge, veterinary nurse consult (nail trims, microchipping, worming & flea prevention).

I am also a qualified microchip implanter. I have a special interest in small animals including rats, mice, ferrets and guinea pigs. I have had a recent absence from nursing due to having children, my family is now complete and I am seeking an immediate start with the right clinic.

I am available 7 days a week 24 hours a day on a casual, part time or full time basis.

Location - Cobbitty 2570

Phone - 0413 626 588

Email - alyshaschafer377@gmail.com


Fabian Yunda, Victoria or South Australia (posted 16th June) Overseas Qualified Vet seeking Vet Nurse Position

My name is Fabian Yunda and I am looking for a part-time/casual vet nurse, vet tech, or a vet assistant job in Victoria or South Australia. I am doing a graduate diploma whilst I undertake the National Veterinary Examination, I am a qualified vet in my home country, Colombia, and I have worked as a practitioner over there for more than three years both in large animals and small practice. I am not a registered vet in Australia yet, but I do have a lot of clinical/surgical experience on either horses/cattle and small animals. I have worked in different mixed practices in Melbourne and Victoria seeing small animals, large animals, small ruminants, and some exotics.

I am very fun, friendly, and easy to get along with and have a 'can-do attitude. I am a very professional, enthusiastic, motivated, and hardworking individual. I am very passionate about animals and my work, so hopefully, I will find the right place to stick with and get sponsored.

I live in Melbourne and happy to relocate if necessary. Please contact me at fabianyunda8@gmail.com  if you would like a full copy of my resume or to have a chat.


Maryann Worrall, Perth & Surrounds WA (posted 15th June) Newly Graduated Vet Nurse

Newly qualified Veterinary Nurse, looking to get a start in the industry and gain more practical knowledge and further existing skills as well as acquire new skills and abilities. Highly motivated and hardworking, organized, responsible and well-versed in knowledge relating to animal care and services. Proven as a reliable, well thought of member of a team, with strong values of commitment and loyalty and an ability to dedicate myself 100% to all tasks entrusted to me.

Experience:

Qualifications:

I am looking for full-time/part-time/casual work and am available 7 days a week. Please don't hesitate to contact me for my full resume: maryann.worrall@gmail.com or call 0422 156 653


Sally, Brisbane & Surrounds, QLD (posted 11th June) Experienced & Qualified Locum Vet Nurse

Experienced, Qualified Locum Veterinary Nurse, Brisbane & Surrounds.

Hello, I’m Sally, a qualified Veterinary Nurse with *ahem* many years’ experience, venturing out into the world of locum nursing. 

What I offer:
In addition to my Cert IV in Vet Nursing, I also have a Diploma in Veterinary Practice Management, Certificate in Canine Remedial Massage.  I have love of clients and patients alike, a high level of Small Animal nursing skills and most importantly a great sense of humour and work ethic.

Helpful info:

I am located in the Redlands, though I am willing to travel. 

To get in touch:
Call me on 0433 893 666 or email 71beetledriver@gmail.com


Alicia Gusling, South East Suburbs of Melbourne VIC (posted 10th June) Entry Level Vet Nurse

My name is Alicia Gusling, I’m based in the South East suburbs of Melbourne and I am interested in a clinical placement position in order to complete my Animal Studies (Certificate 3) course. I would also hopefully like to enter the field with a part-time or full-time job after completing my placement. I currently volunteer at the Rabbit Runaway Orphanage in Olinda, and have extensive knowledge on animal hygiene and animal welfare. I’m able to maintain clean and safe environments due to my knowledge from this volunteering position.

I am passionate and outgoing, and willing to take on any challenge thrown at me. I am also extremely motivated and would consider myself as someone who is extremely eager to work in this field. Working with animals is all I have ever wanted to do and gaining experience in this industry will help me significantly in my career. I learn new skills quickly and have great time management skills, and also can work within a busy environment while maintaining a professional behaviour.

My current job is in retail, and I have worked in the industry for almost 5 years. I have great customer service skills and am confidently able to deal with tough customers and answer phones and deal with customers over the phone. I also have the ability to process transactions, put products on the shelves and have great teamwork abilities.

I am quite flexible with hours, can work preferably through the day but can also work nights. I would be available for work at least 3 times a week (preferably Friday-Sunday but can arrange to work throughout the week if needed). I have experience working overnights too (12-7am) due to my current retail job, and can work these hours if needed. I am also available on weekends/public holidays, and can travel up to 1 hour for work if needed.

Education:

Resume, referees and CV can be made available upon request.

If you think a position may be available at your clinic, please don’t hesitate to get into contact with me via mobile or email.

Contact Details:
Mobile: 0490 074 568
Email: Alicia.gusling@gmail.com


Tehung Hsu (Andy), Waterford & Surrounds, QLD (posted 8th June) Qualified Vet Nurse

I am Tehung(Andy) Hsu, graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Veterinary Technology degree in July 2020. I have been granted a post-graduated working visa. I have recently moved to Waterford and am looking for a job as a veterinary nurse/ technician in surrounding areas to develop existing clinical nursing skills through extensive work experience.

I have no previous work experience in Veterinary Nursing. However, I have done 5 months of placements in several animal clinics during the third year of Vet tech courses at UQ. I have experienced many positions and the responsibilities of what is required of a vet nurse or technician in the clinic. I believe that I can learn new skills and processes quickly and efficiently, and I am capable of working in a busy environment in a calm and productive manner

I have very flexible hours, ideally looking for an average of above 20 hours per week, including weekend rosters. As a Taiwanese, I am fluent in English and native in Mandarin. I am happy to assist if the clinic has a specific population of clients who speak Mandarin.

I am a responsible, reliable fast learner, and a boy with a smiley face all the time. If there is a position for me, you can contact me at andy30436@gmail.com or 0452 625 099.


Hannah King, Coastal QLD (posted 4th Jun)

I am a certificate IV qualified veterinary nurse with 5 years experience in a small animal clinic.  I am seeking a casual/ locum position(s) in Queensland starting July as I will be travelling up the east coast. I am happy to work anywhere along the coast for however long required. 

I have worked in all areas of the clinic therefore am able to efficiently undertake any nursing duties meanwhile giving exceptional customer service on reception. 

I am a highly reliable, flexible and dedicated worker, excellent team player and am always striving to give my absolute best to my team and clients while giving the highest quality care to my patients. 

I am a happy, bubbly person who thrives in a fun, team atmosphere. Laughs are guaranteed! 

Please contact me on 0435 824 055 or email hannah_king_13@hotmail.com for a copy of my resume.


Kimberley White, Melbourne Inner West / Western Suburbs (posted 3rd June) Experienced & Qualifed

I am an experienced, qualified veterinary nurse with over 20 years’ experience in the veterinary industry. I have worked in general practice and internal medicine department over my years. I enjoy the challenges and variety this role involves.

I am confident in all nursing areas including catheter placement, blood collection, surgery admissions, monitoring and discharges, phone calls and nursing consults. I am a team player and have exceptional client and patient care.

I consider myself a responsible, reliable and punctual person and I enjoy working as part of a team or autonomously.

Looking for employment in the inner west or western suburbs of Melbourne ideally.

Please contact me on minties101@gmail.com to discuss further. 


Teanna Neale, Perth, WA (posted 2nd June) Experienced Locum Nurse

CERT IV QUALIFIED / REGISTERED WA VSB / EXPERIENCED VET NURSE

I am committed to working in the animal industry and providing the best available care to all creatures while remaining compassionate and professional in each situation.

Please contact me for a copy of my resume with veterinary related references and my availability.

Ph. 0420 845 551
Email. nealeteanna@gmail.com


Annelisse Marshall, Brisbane QLD (posted 31st May) Qualified IV Veterinary Nurse

My Name is Annelisse Marshall and I am a qualified IV Veterinary Nurse. I have been in the animal industry since 2012 with my cert 3 in vet nursing at Queensland Tafe. I live 2 km away from BVSC in Albany Creek. I have my own reliable transport and an open license. In 2013-2015 I have worked with farm animals at hobby farm/ produce. In 2014 I started in Certified 4 in Veterinary Nursing through open college and finish the cert 4 in mid-July of 2018. I have been working as a locum veterinary nursing for 3 and half years from 2018 -2021. In 2016 I did find my passion and dreams of being Emergency and critical care nurse with a keen interest in Orthopaedics so I did an Emergency and critical care short courses through ACVN and completed the course in 2020.

I am a very professional, enthusiastic, motivated and hardworking individual and I am very passionate about animals and my work. I am very fun, friendly, and easy get along with and have a 'can-do' attitude. I am able to work as part of a team and also autonomously. I have experience with IIDEX laboratory equipment and machines, monitoring under anaesthetic, performed routine scale and polish on animals, I believe that when animals are in my care I make sure that that all animals wellbeing are my main priority.

I am willing to work nights, days and on-call shifts.
I am available on Monday day, Tuesday day or night, Friday day or night, and Sunday day or night. I have knowledge of Vetlink SQL, Xero, Comer Stone.

Please contact me on Annelisse.marshall@outlook.com


Emma Holder, Sunshine Coast QLD (posted 24th May) UK Qualified Vet Nurse

UK trained RVN qualified 2012 looking to relocate to QLD for the right position, preferably the NSW/QLD boarder. Looking for full/part time work, to start August/September time.

I have over 10 years experience practicing as a Veterinary Nurse, including several years in Referral Hospitals. During my time in Referral, I gained valuable experience in the Emergency and Critical Care department and the Medicine/Oncology department.
My most recent position involved a large, varied caseload, with busy days liaising with different departments to arrange procedures for patients. It included training of junior nurses, working alongside anaesthetists, treating critically sick patients and triage of emergencies upon arrival to the hospital.
Prior to this I spent several years caring for paralysis tick patients, whether it be emergency care when first arriving to the clinic or monitoring during administration of antivenom or ventilation intervention.

I am competent in all areas of Veterinary Nursing, including;

I am proactive and hardworking and would love to join a like-minded, supportive and friendly team. 

I am an Australian citizen. Please contact me on holderemma90@hotmail.co.uk if you would like a full copy of my resume or to have a chat.

Jade Pitman, Perth (posted 24th May) Locum Vet Nurse

Experienced Vet Nurse available for locum/casual work in Perth. Based in South Eastern suburbs but willing to travel. 

14 years experience. Have worked in GP clinics, Surgical specialist, Emergency and Practice Management. Friendly and confident in all aspects of nursing, fine with sole charge. 

Own ABN so can work at short notice (depending on availability). Please feel free to contact me with any available shifts, or to request a copy of my Resume with references. 

Phone:   0424 472 482
Email:     jade_pitman@hotmail.com


Cathy Roxburgh, South East Victoria (posted 20th May) Entry Level Vet Nurse

My name is Cathy Roxburgh and I would love to work as a vet nurse in training or trainee vet nurse. I have very flexible hours and am ideally looking for part time work when studying Certificate 4, but can start immediately with 1-3 days a week until I finish my Certificate 3 in Animal Studies (Specialising in Vet nurse skills) in June. By gaining employment prior to finishing my current course, it will mean I can go into the July intake for Certificate 4 Vet nursing. 

Prior to undertaking certificate 3 in Animal studies, I ran my own mobile hairdressing business full time for 3 years. 
I am confident in animal handling and restraint, I have great knowledge of dog/cat breeds. Excellent cage/kennel cleaning and disinfecting abilities, outstanding communication skills and the ability to work in face paced environments individually or a part of a team. 

I am a responsible, reliable, and punctual person and I take pride in everything I do at work, no matter how challenging or out of my element it may be, I am always willing to give everything a go. I enjoy working as part of a team and enjoy learning and growing from the knowledge and experience I can share with other people. I can also work independently when needed.
I can be contacted on 0411 298587 or cathyroxburgh@yahoo.com


Suzanne Gray, Chermside, Brisbane, QLD (posted 17th May) Experienced Veterinary Receptionist

I am seeking a part or full-time Veterinary Reception/Customer Service/Administration role on the Northside of Brisbane close to the Chermside area.

Cert II Animal Studies - considering restarting my studies for my Cert IV.
Over 10 years veterinary industry experience and over 25+ years combined administration, customer service and recruitment experience.
Veterinary experience includes reception management, extensive customer service, cash handling, daily banking & EFTPOS reconciliations, management of all administrative tasks, writing company protocols, emailing company newsletters, meeting & greeting clients, coordinate patient admission and discharges, appointment, scheduling & appointment reminder calls, running successful puppy school classes, educate clients on products, food & animal care, printing fortnightly reminder letters, setting up insurance policies & insurance claim administration, managing the company Facebook page, stock control, dispensing of medications, assisting veterinarians during consultations, examinations and treatments, care for hospitalised animals, feeding and exercising, surgery preparations & surgery support including anaesthetic monitoring, assist veterinarians with blood collection for laboratory and in-house testing, maintain hygiene by cleaning and disinfecting animal cages, floors, bench tops, consulting rooms, waiting rooms and surgeries, sterilise instruments & equipment

If you would like a copy of my full resume for your perusal you can contact me as follows;
Mobile:  0450 532 406
Email:  suzannegray2@hotmail.com


Eilis, Brisbane, QLD (posted 14th May) Overseas Qualified & Experienced Vet Nurse

My name is Eilis. 

I am a diploma vet nurse, I graduated from Otago polytechnic in 2019 and have been working in both GP, emergency and a referral centre. 

I am looking to relocate from Hamilton, NZ to Brisbane, Australia. 

I am looking for full time work.

For more information and my CV 
Eilis.booth@gmail.com


Jessica, West Melbourne, VIC (posted 14th May) Qualified & Experienced

Confident in all aspects of nursing, including catheters, blood collection, surgery monitoring, and day to day running.  I have small amount of experience with both equine and wildlife. Great team player and exceptional with client and patient care.
 
If you would like a copy of my resume, please email  j.iskra.93@gmail.com or call  0481 387 911


Vet Nurse, Melbourne (posted 12th May) Experienced Vet Nurse

I currently have 11 year's experience in both a GP setting and rereferral level ICU/ER setting. I am seeking, but also open to a range of work from casual to fulltime. I am currently looking for a supportive team environment, with active learning, as well as a clinic that focus on both the patient and client's needs. I am even happy to work with a clinic until their needs are met, but ideally am looking for a forever clinic. I am hoping to obtain some form of normality within my schedule and hoping for some form of work life balance.

Skill set: Able to use various pathology equipment such as IDEXX CBC/Biochemistry/Coags/Urinalysis/Vetstat as well as other machines such as HESKA Element and ABL90 FLEX. Have previously used Rx Works, Customer Logic, Vision VPM, Cornerstone and EzyVet but am able to pick up other computer programs quickly. Able to operate Niki Vetquip, Baxter, BBruan, Alaris Gemini as well as other IVF pumps, syringe drivers and fluid warmers. Knowledge in dopplers and NiBP such as suntech, petmap and pettrust. Understanding of surgical, human and non-human ventilators. Familiarity with other equipment such as SurgiVet. Able to perform IDC/Otube/CL/PICC/Abdo and Chest drain care. Able to perform small procedures such as temp Ucath or IDC, bandaging, IVC placement, blood draw (various sites such as artstick, cephalic, jugular, saphenous), Xray, wound/facture/stoma management etc. Able to perform Pre/Post op care. Knowledge in active heating/cooling. Able to perform medication calculations, FBC,UOP and CRIs. Assisted in surgical procedures in GP and ECC. Knowledge in complex medical cases such as DKA, CHF, CRD, CLF, DM etc.

Please feel free to request a CV for other relevant skills within the industry. First Aid/CPR qualifications up to date, with current WWC and can obtain a police check. Willing to travel for the right clinic. Can and have worked AM/PM/NOCTE shifts.

Available for immediate start. Contact Vetnurse90@outlook.com


Michelle Ceballos-Bascur, South Morang/North Melbourne (posted 12th May) Trainee Vet Nurse

I’m looking for part time or casual positions as a vet nurse trainee , animal attendant, receptionist or a voluntary work placement position in order to complete Vet Nursing Certificate IV. I have already completed my Certificate II in Animal Studies.
I am capable of maintaining a clean and hygienic environment and handling difficult patients. I have extensive experience with reception duties, including taking payments, answering and making phone calls, and making appointments. I am also able to check in and discharge patients and have experience with selling products - in particular products that require product knowledge.
Other skills include;

I learn new skills and processes quickly and efficiently and have an ability to work in a busy environment in a calm and productive manner.
I’m available Tuesday, Thursday and  Friday. I did volunteer work at Bundoora Farm and the Cat Sanctuary.

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 michelleeceballos@gmail.com

Mitchell W, Melbourne/Sydney/Possibly Other Locations (posted 10th May) UK Qualified Vet Nurse

I am a 2016 qualified referral RVN. I have worked in a range of first opinion clinics, emergency hospitals and multi-disciplinary referral centres across Australia and the UK. I have most recently held a senior surgical nursing role within a large multidisciplinary referral hospital here in the UK where I have worked alongside specialist clinicians to set up three new surgical disciplines of Ophthalmology, Dentistry / Maxillofacial and Exotics within the surgery department. Within this role I have been able to lead the surgery team and support a significant increase of the surgical caseload within a few short months. I have a real passion for precepting students or newly qualified nurses to ensure they can succeed with their studies and strive to provide the best patient care every time.

I am mainly looking for referral based work but I am open to other offers of employment. My areas of career focus are Emergency and Critical care, Advanced Anaesthesia and Surgery. 

If you would like to receive a copy of my CV or if you have any other questions, please contact me via email on mitchelltcw@gmail.com

I look forward to hearing from you. 


Mahwash Nazki, Victoria-Wide (posted 30th April) Overseas Qualified Vet Seeking Vet Nurse Position

Permanent Resident.

Qualification:

Experience:

Looking for Veterinary nursing or Veterinary assistant opportunities across Victoria. AvailablefFull time on weekdays.

Contact: 0492 993 674
Email: nazkimahwash5@gmail.com


Michelle Ceballos-Bascur, Melbourne (posted 23rd April) Trainee Vet Nurse

Hi, my name is Michelle Ceballos-Bascur. I’m located at South Morang, north Melbourne.

I’m looking for part time or casual positions as a vet nurse, animal attendant, receptionist or a voluntary work placement position in order to complete Vet Nursing Cert. It is a requirement I work a minimum 15 hours per week. I have already completed my Certificate II in Animal Studies.

I am capable of maintaining a clean and hygienic environment and handling difficult patients. I have extensive experience with reception duties, including taking payments, answering and making phone calls, and making appointments. I am also able to check in and discharge patients and have experience with selling products - in particular products that require product knowledge.

Other skills include;

I learn new skills and processes quickly and efficiently and have an ability to work in a busy environment in a calm and productive manner.

I’m available Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday . I did volunteer at Bundoora Farm and the Cat Sanctuary.

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 michelleeceballos@gmail.com

Kind Regards,
Michelle Ceballos Bascur


Cas Myers, Perth Northern Suburbs, WA (posted 20th April) Cert IV Casual / Locum

Vet Nurse available for casual/locum work in the Northern suburbs of Perth, WA.

7 years+ experience, confident in most areas of nursing. Experienced in GP, management, exotics and ECC. Certificate IV qualified and also qualified as a small mammal nurse, having completed my advanced program in small mammals. I am registered with the vet surgeons board of WA and have held fulltime employment for the majority of my vet nursing career.

I am confident working individually or as part of a team and am experienced in many software programs. Really reliable, dedicated and easy to get along with, providing gold standard patient care. I will happily provide you with references to contact who can attest to my skills and character. 

Please email me to get a copy of my CV, request further information, or to check my availability.

Email: cas.bava@gmail.com

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