Tasmania, ACT and Northern Territory



Veterinarian and Animal Control Supervisor
Groote Eylandt

About the role: The Vet and Animal Control Supervisor will deliver Companion Animal Welfare & Control services to the Groote Eylandt Region and relevant Outstations. The successful candidate will contribute to and assist the Animal Management Workers involvement in community, Animal Awareness education and support the implementation of the EARC's Animal Control policy. A full Position Description can be obtained by visiting the EARC website at www.eastarnhem.nt.gov.au/positions-vacant

To be successful in this role, you will possess the following:

It would be desirable if you also possessed:

Note: The preferred applicant will be required to undergo a Criminal History Check and obtain a Working with Children Clearance. Criminal history will not exclude an applicant unless it is relevant to the position. The preferred applicant must also be prepared to travel and work for short periods in remote communities by various means including 4WD, boat and light aircraft.

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What you'll get in return:

How you apply: To apply, please forward a cover letter addressing the job criteria and your current resume to jobs@eastarnhem.nt.gov.au

For further information regarding the role, please contact Dr Madeleine Kelso, on 0429 176 707 or email Madeleine.Kelso@eastarnhem.nt.gov.au.

East Arnhem Regional Council is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Employer.

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Salary Package: up to $167,500 dependant on experience (Base Salary up to $135,000 + relocation expenses + bonuses and entitlements)

Experienced Mixed Practice Veterinarian for young, energetic and rapidly growing practice in one of the most vibrant townships in Australia – Alice Springs. Quarantine costs covered if needed.

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

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

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

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

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

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

Salary: We are offering a generous salary package of up to $160k (commensurate with experience). Total annual leave and days off of up to 15 weeks per year (4 weeks annual leave, 1+ week study leave and accumulated RDO’s) leaves plenty of time for exploring the area, visits interstate or overseas holidays. Salary sacrifice options are also available for rent and other items which can help maximise your after tax income.

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

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

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A job has become available for a 3-4 vet mixed practice in Darwin's rural community. Work involves 70% SA and 30% LA predominately  equine. The clinic is set on 5 acres with equine stables and yards with  paddocks. We are 15 minutes from the centre of Darwin.

The small animal clinic is a state of the art purpose build,  with digital radiography (mobile and in clinic), mylab twice (in clinic)  and mylab 30 (mobile) , ultrasound machine with 1-15Mhz probes including cardiac, video endoscopes, arthroscopes and laparoscopes  (Karl Storz and Arthrex), full Idexx lab machines,  arthroscopic  towers (Arthrex) and synthes  locking plating  equipment and power tools. It is not unusual for us to be doing  a routine veterinary practice procedure such as  speys and castrates mixed in with a complex orthopaedic procedure or a laparoscopy. You will not be stuck doing endless vaccinations all day.

The large animal work involves mainly equine servicing the racing industry, local equine pleasure and top end stations. We get referrals from across the top end and have a visiting equine surgical specialist for more complex procedures. We have a mobile equine crush, power float dental equipment, gastroscope, tele pak, and equine laparoscopic equipment (Karl Storz),  equine gaseous anaesthetic machine and mobile ultrasound and digital radiography.

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The case load is interesting and varied. Clients are willing to pay for work ups making the work more rewarding than trying to cut corners. The clinic has recently bought a Cessna T210M plane to travel to remote areas /stations  in the NT and WA  due to increased  demand. We will be exploring this further in the near future.

We have plans to build a equine surgical facility with a Toshiba 16 slice CT for both Small and Large animals. This has been approved and will be going to tender in the near future to start building.

We are after a Vet who is enthusiastic, wants to contribute to all facets of the clinic with ample back up, enjoys the tropical lifestyle of the top end and the adventures it provides. You will be well renumerated with ample time off for exploring the many parks and rivers. After Hours is shared evenly on weekends with the boss doing most of the week work. Pay is well above award and usual holiday and study leave. We actively encourage continuing education.

If you are interested and want to discuss the position further please contact us at howardspringsvet@bigpond.com or by phone 08 8983 1458.


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Are you looking to practice an extremely high quality standard of veterinary medicine in the heart of the outback, middle of the Never Never, doorstep to Kakadu and Litchfield? Looking for something different? Something a little bit more exciting and challenging? Looking to practice/expand your small and large animal skills? How about practicing in one of the NT’s vibrant bustling towns, located in the outback of Australia?

Northern Territory Veterinary Services, has a position for a mixed or predominantly small animal practitioner in its Katherine practice.

The premises are purpose built, fully air-conditioned and include a dedicated surgical theatre, large prep/treatment room, lab room, vets office and on site horse yard. Equipment includes digital x-ray, ultrasound, endoscopes, stryker orthopaedic equipment and TPLO saw, in house Idexx lab machines, fluid pumps, pulse ox, ECG and BP monitors, digital dental x-ray, iM3 dental machine, fully computerized with Rx works and vehicles equipped for large animal ambulatory practice and remote community visits. We also operate Aboriginal Community Veterinary Services, providing services to remote indigenous communities throughout the whole NT. Visits last for 1 to 14 days, averaging 5 days duration and are often to spectacular and otherwise inaccessible areas.

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We are seeking a new graduate or experienced mixed animal or predominantly small animal practitioner.

Small animal work includes routine small animal medicine and surgery with advanced surgical options if desired, and a small component of birds, natives, exotics and pocket pets. Equine work is routine ambulatory practice for pleasure and station horses. Willingness to travel to remote Aboriginal Communities and overseas to take part in dog and cat health and control programs is also encouraged.

Katherine sits in the heart of the Top End, surrounded by Nitmiluk, Litchfield and Kakadu national parks. It is only a 3 hr drive or 45 min flight to Darwin and is well serviced by schools, hospital, cinemas, cafes and restaurants and many sporting and social clubs. Popular outdoor activities include camping, hiking, fishing, boating, water skiing, horse riding and cycling.

Salary package of up to $150k dependant on experience, well above award for recent or new graduates. Total annual leave of 15 weeks (includes annual leave, study leave and accumulated RDO’s) leaves plenty of time for exploring the area, visits interstate or overseas holidays. Relocation Expenses covered.

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

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

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Launceston, Northern Tasmania
- New graduate veterinarian
- Full Time
- Small Animals

Have you recently graduated and are looking for a supportive environment to start honing your skills in veterinary medicine? We at the Animal Medical Centre are looking for enthusiastic new graduates to expand our long-established team of 12 veterinary surgeons and 30 support staff. As the largest small animal practice in Tasmania, as well as the only gold-standard separate cat clinic in the north of the state, we pride ourselves on our professionalism and dedication to animal medicine. Our range of modern diagnostic equipment includes digital radiography, in-house pathology, endoscopy and ultrasound. Due to the size and scope of our team, as well as our reputation as an emergency clinic that is open 7 days a week, we tend to attract a high mix of medical and surgical cases from around the state. No one day is ever the same as the next!

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As part of the Animal Medical Centre team, your rotating roster will include exposure to different surgical procedures under the close supervision of our experienced veterinary surgeons.  We offer generous remuneration and paid veterinary board registration. We encourage furthering your education while working with us and provide access to VIN and other resources to help with further study, with paid study leave every year for continued learning.

If we’ve piqued your interest, what we need from you is:

For the right applicant, we would be happy to assist with relocation expenses should it be required.

It really is the perfect opportunity to begin your veterinary career in stunning Tasmania.

Check us out at animalmedicaltas.com.au and Facebook.

If you think this might be the next step in your career and life, send your cover letter and CV to admin@animalmedicaltas.com.au or call our practice manager on 03 6331 9405

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Burnie Veterinary Centre is located in Burnie, Tasmania, a port city with a flavourful culture on the North West Coast. It has an interesting industrial background and is home to some exquisite fresh produce. Tasmania is famed for its award-winning cheese and whiskey and the restaurants will have your taste buds tantalised. Almost half of Tasmania is world heritage area so national parks and reserves are abundant! To learn more about this unique location, please visit www.discoverburnie.net

An exciting opportunity exists for a Full-Time Veterinarian to join the team at a busy and energetic small animal practice, Burnie Veterinary Centre.

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

What we can offer you:

What you can offer us:

For further information, please visit  https://burnievetcentre.com.au/

National Veterinary Care (NVC) a group of 100 clinics located across Australia and New Zealand. What makes us different?

National Veterinary Care believes that if we put our people first, the results will follow. We achieve this through having a highly qualified Veterinary Surgeon as our General Manager – Vet Services, who keeps our clinical standards at the forefront of business decisions. We achieve it through our Veterinary Training Centres – industry firsts where we offer practical CPD in everything from behaviour through to orthopaedic surgery – so that you have the skills and confidence to care for every pet who comes through your clinic doors. Click here to see more! https://veterinarytrainingcentre.com.au

Sounds great! How do I apply?

Whether you are seeking a new career direction, a lifestyle change, a challenge or a relocation to a new environment, we would love to have a chat.

Please contact Tayla Hayes, Recruitment Team Leader, via thayes@nvcltd.com.au or 0407 300 263 or Apply Now.

This position offers a negotiable base salary range of $60,000 - $90,000 (pro rata for part-time), dependant on the suitable applicant’s skills and experience. Whilst NVC seeks to source applicants who meet the above criteria and skill set, alternative applicant’s may still be considered. In these cases, the base salary is subject to change to suit.

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Do you enjoy outdoor adventures and being in nature?
This might be the perfect job for you!

Here at The Vet Group we recognise that our team is the foundation of not just our business, but our way of life. Through consistent growth, based on the quality of our service, we now have the opportunity to welcome a new team member who will join us in the next exciting phase of our journey.

About Us
The beautiful South West of Victoria is home to The Vet Group’s 4 clinics situated in Warrnambool, Allansford, Timboon and Simpson. This places us at the heart of a rapidly growing area, and in the centre of Australia’s most productive dairy area, producing a quarter of the Nation’s milk. These clinics enable us to service the entire Great South Coast region and beyond. From these locations, we extend our service to reach other parts of Victoria, interstate and overseas.

We pride ourselves on having staff at our clinics that are customer focussed, and who understand veterinary care in the context of both beloved pets and farm animals.

About This Role
A rare opportunity is available for an experienced veterinarian to work as part of The Vet Group at our new Smithton site in Tasmania.

Ideally, The Vet Group is looking for a vet to work full time, however, part time hours will be considered for the right applicant. A full-time role would be to work a 9 day fortnight, 8.5 hours per day (with one day 8 hours), with shared after hours and weekend work. An excellent salary package will be on offer to the right candidate.

The ideal candidate will be confident in general practice and have a ‘can do approach’ to mixed practice. They will possess good teamwork and leadership skills and will be able to support other members of the team effectively including the Senior Veterinarian. They will also have exceptional communication and organisational skills.

The Vet Group are seeking a veterinarian with a positive attitude, who is passionate about their career and will go above and beyond to provide the best possible service for clients.

The ideal applicant will have at least 3 years’ experience working in general practice. Experience and knowledge in the care and management of production animals is highly desired.

About You

Our Offer

The Vet Group is a genuinely unique environment and one that encourages quality and excellence in all that we do. This is very important to us, but harmony is equally as important, as is ensuring a great working environment where honesty through transparency builds trust.

It’s Time to Apply
All letters of application for this position are to be addressed to Louisa Radley, Human Resources Manager – The Vet Group, and sent to hr@thevetgroup.com.au along with a copy of your current resume/CV.

Inquiries relating to this role can be forwarded to Louisa Radley via Mob. 0409 443 066. A position description for this role is available upon request.

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LOCATION: Kingston, Tasmania, Australia

DESCRIPTION: Kingston Animal Hospital in Southern Tasmania are looking for a full time or part time vet to join our team. Both experienced vets and new graduates are welcome to apply. 90% small animal, 5% large animal, 5% wildlife & exotics.

The practice would definitely consider an experienced small animal veterinarian who is interested in learning the large animal side. New graduates will be fully supported.

The practice prides itself on having a happy team environment with an excellent clientele. The practice is well equipped with digital x-ray, dental x-ray, in-house blood machine, ultrasound, ECG, IV fluid pumps etc.

Kingston is a quiet seaside town conveniently located south of Hobart. It is the gateway to the picturesque Huon Valley and Bruny Island. The municipality is one of the fastest growing municipalities in Tasmania with easy access to an indoor sporting complex, golf courses, tennis courts and public pool. It is also close to the beach, schools and the CBD.

Clinic hours are 8am - 6pm weekdays, 8.30am - 12.30pm Saturdays, closed Sundays. After hours is provided by a dedicated after hours hospital.

REMUNERATION: Award wage or above. Negotiable depending on experience.

For further information or to apply, please contact Dr Chris Lee or Fiona Dwyer on 03 6229 5900 or kahvets@gmail.com

See also our website and facebook pages.

Kingston Animal Hospital, 1 Freeman Street, Kingston, TAS, 7050

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LONGFORD, NORTHERN MIDLANDS - MIXED New Graduates welcomeNew Position

Full Time Mixed Practice - Veterinarian Required
Experienced Vet Preferred but New Graduates Welcome to Apply

Do you want to work nine (9) days a fortnight; with a supportive, fun, young and dynamic team; in a clinic that is only open week days; and be well paid for it…?

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

We love living in Tasmania. Our island home has amazing scenery and outdoor opportunities, including camping, mountain biking, bushwalking, fishing, surfing and skiing, all on your doorstep. Launceston is a well serviced and vibrant centre, with a thriving arts and culture scene, cafes, restaurants, cinemas and shopping. Tasmania’s capital city, Hobart, can also be easily reached – only 2.5 hours’ drive to the south.

Some of our team are fairly new to Tasmania, but have settled in nicely and are starting to feel like locals already! We currently have five full-time vets, and due to rapid growth in our family-owned and operated business (and our wish to maintain a family-friendly work-life balance!) we are looking for a sixth vet to join our team. We are looking for someone who relishes the challenges of working with a variety of species, is a great communicator, enjoys a joke, and strives for good outcomes for patients and clients alike.

Our team is fun, experienced, young and dynamic, and strives to practice high quality and gold standard veterinary medicine. We are a very supportive workplace, and enjoy helping one another through difficult cases – you would be well supported in our friendly clinic by five experienced vets who are all easy going and approachable. We also have five awesome vet nurses, with a wealth of knowledge and skills, and who enjoy a good laugh. Our clients are friendly, appreciative, and generally very happy to work up cases.

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

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The remuneration package offered includes: working a 9-day fortnight; your salary (up to $120,000 per annum negotiated with experience); on-call allowances; a travel/mileage allowance; 4-weeks of annual leave; a work phone; your AVA membership (including SIG); your Tasmanian State Board registration; 1-week of study leave; and an annual continuing education allowance.

Our clinic opening hours are from 8:30 am – 5 pm, Monday to Friday, and we also offer an after-hours emergency service (on-call is shared evenly between vets). Your on-call roster will be 1 in 6, and following your weekend on-call you will have the next Friday off as an RDO.

If this sounds like your dream job, please email your CV or resume to us at admin@longfordvets.com.au, along with the contact details of at least two referees. We look forward to hearing from you!

Visit: www.longfordvets.com.au 

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

We currently require an experienced Full time Veterinarian to join our amazing team! The right candidate will be someone who is seeking to work within a team of like-minded professionals, who are passionate about standards of care.

As part of the National Veterinary Care network we support you to achieve the highest standards through ongoing professional development opportunities and great systems and support teams. In addition to generous CE allowance and study leave, you will gain access to our Training Centre of Excellence, offering workshops in dental, pathology, imaging, behaviour, soft tissue surgery and even orthopaedics as well as leadership and mentoring programs.

What we can offer you:

What you can offer us:

For further information, please visit https://spreytonvetservices.com.au/

Sounds great! How do I apply?

Don’t let this opportunity to work with a young, dynamic team delivery high quality veterinary care in the beautiful garden city pass you by.

To apply, send your CV to Aimee at aimee.muschamp@vet.partners or call 0435 110 147.

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Not just another vet

You are someone who believes in providing top tier animal care and is given the support and time to do so.

You value a great team and contribute to the smooth running of the day.

You believe strongly in a work life balance and appreciate the magic of building lifelong relationships with owners and their pets.

Not just another animal hospital

North Hobart Veterinary Hospital (NHVH) is a privately owned and well renowned practice in the heart of Hobart, led by two supportive and experienced veterinary Directors.

Our staff tenure and low turn-over attest to our culture and this position is only available due to increased demand.   

NHVH is supported by a local management group (Vetbiz) that is focussed on people and providing a work life balance.

NHVH houses the only CT scanner exclusive to animals in Tasmania and clinics from around the state refer patients to us.

We are flexible on days worked but your working week will be no more than 4 days.  Lunch breaks are paid and you will have access to a $5,000 (pro-rata) professional development allowance and 1 week (pro-rata) study leave.  We love ongoing learning!

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If you have:

you should apply!

NHVH pay above Award wages and a generous remuneration will be negotiated with the successful candidate.   

This role offers a lot of opportunity for the right person and is not to be missed by those who are looking for their next positive career move.

To learn more, please get in touch with Hayley Mayne – hmayne@vetbiz.com.au


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New Norfolk Veterinary Clinic - Veterinarian  

New Norfolk Veterinary Clinic is a state-of-the-art pet wellness centre offering outstanding veterinary care services to the New Norfolk community. You will have the opportunity to work in a purpose-built clinic with an amazing, passionate team! 

We are currently seeking a Part Time Veterinarian who is highly motivated and experienced. We are looking for someone with energy and drive to make a real difference, with a commitment and passion for quality practice and high standards of care, along with a great team spirit.

What we are looking for:

What we are offering:

What are you waiting for?

If we have ticked off your checklist for a new position then we would love to share our great clinic, and the great amenities and services, not to mention some of the most beautiful beaches our region has to offer. 

For further information, apply online or contact Aimee on 0435 110 147 or aimee.muschamp@vetpartners.com.au


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Specialist in Veterinary Radiology

A rare opportunity exists for a diagnostic imaging specialist to work with Tasmania’s first and only veterinary CT scanner.

We are a group of five busy, well-equipped, privately-owned, veterinary hospitals located in the greater Hobart area. Our focus as a business has always been to provide the highest standard of patient and client care possible. We see a varied case load and receive both medicine and surgical referrals from around Tasmania. Our staff are motivated and caring and we always strive to deliver our gold standard service in a fun and happy environment.

Your days will be varied, interesting, highly rewarding but at a slower pace than your mainland counterparts. You can expect to perform and provide reports for CT examinations (usually 1 per day) and diagnostic ultrasound (average 5-6 per day), the ad hoc provision of diagnostic imaging advice and interpretation to facilitate case management, respond to email enquiries from referring veterinarians and, when possible, the provision of written reports for CT studies. Active involvement in the maintenance of diagnostic imaging protocols as well as mentoring and training of other staff would be required.

Existing diagnostic imaging facilities across our hospitals include digital radiography (Canon DR and AGFA CR systems), Esaote Mylab Ultrasound and a recently purchased Canon Aquilon 32-slice CT. The imaging technology has also been recently upgraded to include a unified PACS solution and up-to-date imaging software.

The successful applicant will have the opportunity to make this role their own, managing referrals and appointments in a timely manner to ensure the provision of high standard imaging that supports the positive surgical and health outcomes of our patients. This is the first role of its type in Tasmania and short distance travel between the GP practices would be required.

The successful applicant would have the ability to work independently and as part of a wider professional network. You value efficiency, good communication and collaboration, ensuring that each client interaction is a positive one. You are flexible in your approach, solutions focussed and thrive on providing high quality diagnostic images and advice.

The working hours of this position are negotiable and will not typically involve after-hours work. A competitive starting salary of $200k per annum negotiable based on experience is offered along with a generous professional development allowance and additional one weeks study leave. Relocation assistance is available for successful interstate or international candidates.

Living in Tasmania means you can be guaranteed a work life balance. Short commutes to work allow more time for doing what you love. From excellent restaurants, fresh produce, stunning wilderness, pristine waterways, bush walking and biking tracks, there are plenty of amazing adventures to undertake in your time away from work. If you love nature, fresh air and a laid-back lifestyle, this job is for you.

To learn more, please get in touch with Hayley Mayne – hmayne@vetbiz.com.au

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Job Name: Smithton vet Service
Position: Mixed Practice / Cattle Veterinarian
Company: Smithton Veterinary Service

Brief Description:
Mixed/cattle veterinarian required to join our long established and expanding dairy mixed practice in north-west Tasmania, Australia.

Whilst anexperienced vet is preferred, recent graduates with dairy cattle skills and soon-to-be new graduates with a dairy focus are welcome to apply.

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

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

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

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

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

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

As part of Apiam Animal Health – Australia's largest rural and production animal veterinary group – we are able to offer considerable opportunities for training, personal development and career progression. Opportunities across the Apiam clinics are encouraged, and we offer industry-leading internal training. New graduates benefit from our Graduate Development Program which offers mentorship, small group support and hands-on workshops.

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

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

Applications open now.


For more information and to apply for this role please email your resume and cover letter to Dr Leisa Denaro Ph 0437 293 046 or email leisa.denaro@apiam.com.au or apply via the Apiam website.

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eastern shore logo

A successful and rapidly growing practice

Eastern Shore Veterinary Hospital is a wholly independent, family-owned small animal practice located just minutes from the centre of Hobart. Due to growing demand in our local community, we are seeking to engage a veterinarian on a full or part time basis. New graduates are welcome and encouraged to apply.

Why choose us?

What equipment do you have?

We have all the standard equipment you would expect in a modern, small animal veterinary hospital: a digital x-ray machine, ultrasound, VetScan haematology, biochemistry and coagulation machines, capnography and oscillometric blood pressure monitoring for anaesthesia. We are always open to investing in new equipment and technology that will help with diagnosis and lead to improved client/patient outcomes.

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What are the works hours?

Business hours are 7.45am – 7pm Monday to Friday and 8.30 – 3pm on Saturday. You will participate in a rotating Saturday roster and requests for flexible working arrangements will be considered.

Who will I be working with?

You will be working with a team of four veterinarians and six nurses, all of whom are Certificate IV qualified or well on their way to completing this qualification.

What would be my role in the practice?

You will have two roles: to conduct veterinary consultations with a focus on providing exceptional, value-for-money service; and to perform routine and non-routine surgical procedures including castrations, spays and amputations, caesareans and laparotomies. Regardless of your surgical experience, plenty of support is available and other vets will always ‘scrub in’ to assist where required.

Highly specialised surgeries (orthopaedics, complex soft tissue surgeries, etc.) are typically referred to Dr Chris Allfree – a highly respected local surgeon and regular visitor to our practice.

Do I have to be on call?

No. Out of hours calls are referred to a specialist after hours service provider so that you can recharge your batteries and enjoy your time off. We do not work Sundays or Public Holidays.

To discover more about our practice, our people and this exciting opportunity, contact Dan at easternshorevh@gmail.com To express an interest in this role, send a current resume and a cover letter outlining the skills and experience that you will bring to our small animal practice.

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Are you the next superstar vet to join us at Mowbray Veterinary Clinic?  Join a team of 14 staff and help make a difference in the lives of people and small animal pets in Launceston.  We value honesty, education, respect, trust and care and try to live these values out daily with each other and our patients.  Working professionally as a team is vital to ensuring consistency and quality of care to our patients.  We like to do this with a bit of fun along the way! 

To do this we provide Sydney Uni CVE membership and VIN membership to every vet and a subscription to The Lincoln Institute's Leading Edge Program for vets.  Our clinic is well equipped with all the basics including ECG, BP monitoring, new Mylab ultrasound machine, digital DR x-ray, dental x-rays, tonopen and more.  All vets are leaders and we want to nourish you in your career journey.  Our practice owner and manager are current students of The Lincoln Institute in Veterinary Leadership as well as members of the Veterinary Business Group. 

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We share after hours with 2 other local family owned clinics to help maintain a better work-life balance among our staff.   
Remuneration will be well above award – $70-140K pro rata commensurate with experience.  (After Hours Earnings are in addition to this)  

Tasmania is an island state off the southern coast of Australia.  Launceston is in the north and is one of Australia's beautiful cities - we have heritage buildings from the early 1800s, the option or rural or city living, fast internet, locally grown produce, breweries and distilleries, a wealth of things to discover on weekends from fishing, diving, skiing, music concerts, bushwalking, art galleries, wineries and more.  We support local businesses and residents - a lot of your clients will own or work in businesses that you use and visit.  We are family owned and know how vital small businesses are giving back to their local economy and community. 

Contact us to arrange an interview – Practice Manager Marilyn Thomas at practicemanager@mowbrayvet.com.au and Owner Sally-Anne Richter at srichter@mowbrayvet.com.au or call us on 03 6326 4900 

Check us out at mowbrayvet.com.au or www.facebook.com/mowbrayvet

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The Animal Medical Centre is a companion animal practice based in Launceston. We are the largest companion animal practice in Tasmania and are open 7 days a week. Our centre practises high quality medicine and we are proud of our reputation of being able to provide great diagnostics and care for all patients.

We are looking for a friendly, experienced veterinarian to work alongside our other vets over the weekend. You will be working on Friday, Saturday and Sunday and participate in our weekend on-call roster. Our vets work 9 hour shifts on Monday to Friday, Saturday 9am to 5pm, and Sunday 10am to 5pm.

During the weekend an average day involves consulting in the morning, operating in the early afternoon then consulting until 5pm. We currently have 3 vets working on Saturday and 2 vets working on Sunday.

Our hospital has pretty much everything you need to do your job: great nurses; DR radiography; ultrasound; endoscopy; in house bloods; digital tonometer etc.

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On call work averages around 1 to 2 calls per night, most before 10pm. Our vets are paid the after-hours consultation charge for each case they see. Currently this starts at $200 for an early evening consult. The usual GDV, blocked cat, caesarean cases are seen occasionally to make things interesting. We have very capable nurses who are on backup in the evening should you need to do an anaesthetic.

Your position will be permanent part-time and will be paid $75/ hour (equating to 105-$115K/ year) plus the after-hours bonus plus Superannuation.

Accommodation and travelling fees could be negotiated.

If this position is of interest to you and you wish to find out more, please send a cover letter and CV to admin@animalmedicaltas.com.au

Check us out at animalmedicaltas.com.au and Facebook.

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The Animal Medical Centre in Launceston is the largest companion animal practice in Tasmania.  We currently employ 12 vets and over 30 nurses and receptionists. Our practice attracts challenging cases from the North of Tasmania and in the words of one medical specialist “we punch above our weight”.

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

We are looking for an experienced veterinarian to join our team. Ideally you will have a passion for medical cases, but are also confident in performing general surgery. You will be encouraged and supported to practice high quality medicine working alongside our other vets and our great team of nurses. 

The position is full time but we are happy to consider candidates who want to work part time.

Our practice has a great range of diagnostic equipment.  Ultrasound, DR and CR, digital dental radiography, Idexx Catalyst, Procyte and Sediview and rigid and flexible endoscopy. We utilise Smartflow to streamline patient care and invoicing.

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Launceston is a fantastic town to live in. More and more people and coming from the “mainland” to live in Launceston because of its relaxed, family friendly and affordable lifestyle (housing is much cheaper here than the capital cities). Launceston is currently being redeveloped as a university town, has a vibrant art and café scene and is base to many of the sights and activities of the north of Tasmania. We are surrounded by vineyards producing quality chardonnay and pinot noir. Great beaches with turquoise water are only one hour away and in winter it only takes an hour to get to the snow (or in 2020, the snow came to Launceston!).

If you like bushwalking or mountain biking, you already know that Tasmania is hard to beat. And if you still need your big city fix- Melbourne is only a 45 minute flight away.

Our full time vets work 32-35 hour week on average, with one week day off every week and 20 days annual leave (equating to 5 weeks holiday).  The right candidate can expect a salary between $100K - $130K.  We have a generous CPD allowance.

Check us out at animalmedicaltas.com.au and Facebook. If you think this might be the next step in your career and life, send your cover letter and CV to admin@animalmedicaltas.com.au

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Montrose Veterinary Centre

Vet centre Montrose & New Norfolk is a well-established busy veterinary hospital operating from modern purpose-built facilities. We are looking for an enthusiastic veterinarian to join our fun-loving team with a driven personality to provide our patients and clients with an exceptional level of care in a friendly, experienced, and supportive environment. Total clinical freedom with autonomy encouraged. Our caseload consists of 98% small animal, and our clinicians get to enjoy 20-minute consults with out of hours work referred to the local Afterhours veterinary emergency centre. Our hospitals are exceptionally well equipped with digital x-ray, ultrasound, endoscopy, electrocautery, orthopaedic equipment, underwater treadmill, and high-quality in-house laboratory with direct access to IDEXX external laboratory.

Our Montrose hospital is open six days a week, and New Norfolk hospital is open five days.

If this is not enough to excite you think of the adventures you can go on during your downtime visiting the beautiful surroundings and wilderness that Tasmania has to offer. There are rugged mountains with world heritage listed wilderness and shimmering waters to explore, along with a fascinating convict history to learn and understand. World-renowned wine, beer and food festivals and hot-ticket arts and music events. Tasmania can pack many things into your social calendar. Plus, the convenience of city living without the traffic and noise hassles of other capital cities.

Full-time hours do not interest you? That is completely fine. We are flexible with working arrangements, hours, and remuneration, so whether you are interested in full time, part-time or locum work, we want to hear from you!

For further information, apply online or contact Aimee Muschamp, Recruitment Team, via aimee.muschamp@vet.partners or 0435 110 147.

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

An exciting opportunity exists to join a rapidly expanding practice in north-west Tasmania. Workload is 60% small animal: 40% large animal with a focus on dairy. The practice is fully computerised with offsite access when required. We are well equipped including VetScan biochemistry and haematology machines, BCF Mindray 6 small animal ultrasound, orthopaedics kit with cordless Milwaukee drill, digital x-ray (plus x-ray table with built-in plate), brand new IM3 dental machine and dental x-ray, all the usual monitoring equipment, fluid pumps and fluid warmer. Small animal case load extremely varied. You will get to work up cases that would be referred in the city. For those trickier surgery cases we have a surgeon who visits the clinic. Our 4 nurses are enthusiastic, dedicated and fun-loving.

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

We are ideally seeking a full-time experienced vet but are happy to consider part time employment.  We can accommodate your ideal large: small animal ratio, however you must be able to attend both large and small animal after hours calls. Recent and new graduates are welcome to apply. Salary starting at $65,000 plus super for a new graduate up to $130,000 plus on-call retainer for those with the right skill set and 4 or more years’ experience. After hours shared. After hours bonuses may add $7000-12000 to your package and we will pay a retainer of $50 a night. Fully equipped practice vehicle with some personal use permitted (for full time employee). Early partnership opportunity for the right person. Sponsorship of overseas vet qualified to practice in Australia would be considered. Relocation allowance considered.

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

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An amazing opportunity to work and lead at Tasmania’s only dedicated after hours veterinary emergency centre (AHVEC).

You will be supported by a brilliant nursing team, a passionate Hospital Director and Vetbiz (we ensure you experience a work life balance and job satisfaction).

Working in a new, purpose built hospital you will have access to the latest technology. Your clients will be the referring vets in Southern Tasmania and the general community.

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We strive to provide an excellent standard of care and work hard to ensure each patient and their owner receives top tier veterinary service, communication, kindness and compassion. Therefore, you are a veterinarian that understands and practices these values. A sense of humour and teamwork is also essential as we work in a collegial environment focussed on supporting each other, celebrating the wins and sharing smiles.

Rostered hours will not exceed 38 hours and will be a mix of shifts that span week day evenings, overnights, weekends and public holidays.

What will you receive in return? Attractive remuneration based on experience, 5 weeks annual leave plus 1 week study leave, 11% superannuation, $5,000 study allowance (FT). Plus the benefits of living on this great island, stunning wilderness, pristine waterways, bush walking and biking tracks, amazing produce and more.

To apply for this position or if you would like further information, please contact our Human Resources Manager via email - hmayne@vetbiz.com.au.

www.ahvec.com.au and facebook

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Launceston Vet Clinic is a well-established veterinary clinic located just outside the city centre in Launceston, Tasmania. We are looking for an enthusiastic veterinarian to join our vibrant team. The ideal candidate will have an upbeat, empathetic personality to provide both our patients and clients with an exceptional level of care in a friendly, fun-loving, experienced, and supportive environment.

Total clinical freedom with autonomy is encouraged. Our caseload consists of primarily small animal, pocket pets, birds, and occasional urban fringe farms or exotic animals from local wildlife parks.

Our clinicians enjoy 30-minute consults. Our hospital is exceptionally well equipped with an x-ray machine, dental x-ray machine, ultrasound, electrocautery, orthopaedic equipment, in-house blood machine and in-house microscope.

Our clinic is open six days a week, 8 am to 7 pm on weekdays, and 9 am to 5 pm on Saturdays. We offer our clients an on-call service for emergency cases, for which applicants would need to participate and would be well compensated. We share our on-call cover with another local clinic, which means our clinicians enjoy being on-call Mondays, Tuesday, and Wednesdays, with the other clinic covering the rest of the week and weekends.

If this is not enough to excite you, think of the adventures to be had during your downtime visiting the beautiful surroundings and wilderness that Tasmania has to offer. After all, who wouldn’t want to live 5-10 minutes away from the stunning Cataract Gorge? We also have rugged mountains, beautiful beaches, world heritage listed wilderness to explore, fascinating convict history, and world-renowned wine, beer and food festivals, arts, and music events. There is so much to see and explore in Tassie! Plus, Launceston can offer the convenience of city living without the traffic and noise hassles of larger cities.

Full-time hours don’t suit you? That is not a worry. We are flexible with working arrangements, hours, remuneration, so whether you are interested in full-time, part-time or casual work, we would love to hear from you!

For further information, apply online or contact Aimee on 0435 110 147 or aimee.muschamp@vet.partners

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

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

And now for the opportunity you have been waiting for…

Our team is looking for a new graduate or experienced vet to join it. Our team includes 5 vets, 11 nurses and 1 receptionist.  We all follow our core values the most important as a team is to be professional but have fun as well. We support one another and we understand that at times our career choice adds some stress to our lives. We are committed to our team’s mental wellbeing as well as the physical. Work-life balance is essential, we ensure you take some time out of your busy day and have a dedicated 1 hour lunchbreak. OOH work is shared amongst the local clinics.

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

We have been in our current purpose built facility for 8 years but the clinic has been established for nearly 40 years.

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

The position is full time however part time hours will be considered, and will be paid above award, barring emergencies our aim is always to leave work on time. It includes the usual 4 weeks annual leave and 1 week study leave – which if you do have a special interest we will assist you in finding the most relevant seminars or conferences

If you need more convincing that this is your ideal work place please follow this to get an idea of what “a day in the life” of Forbes St Veterinary Clinic looks like, also check out our website and then please email your CV with 3 referees to Lorraine@forbesstvet.net.au


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Longford Equine Clinic is located beside the Longford thoroughbred racing and training centre in northern Tasmania. We are an expanding equine only 4 vet practice, requiring an associate. We have a varied case load, servicing the local stud and racing industries, as well as general equestrian practice. We have the only equine surgical facility in the state and cater for specialist surgery referrals from around the state. We have the usual toys and the practice provides a supportive but relaxed working environment.

Ideally applicants should have at least 2 years’ experience in equine practice, but consideration will be given to new graduates. It is necessary for the applicant to meet the requirements to be fully registered as a veterinarian in Tasmania. Salary will be 60 – 100K, negotiable based on experience. A vehicle and phone are provided, with 4 weeks annual leave and one week’s study leave.

Longford, population 4000, is a country town full of colonial charm, located in the northern midlands 21 km south of Launceston and only 15 minutes’ drive from the airport. The town provides most services and with its proximity to mountains and coast, offers a wide range of leisure and sporting activities.

Please contact Chris by phone on 0408 139244 or chris@longfordequine.com.au  to express interest or discuss further.


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Roving Vet ACT

An exciting opportunity for a Veterinarian to join our team in the ACT as a floating vet on a part-time or casual basis.

“Greencross is like a big family to me. I love my job, I love the diversity it has to offer, I love the career growth it offers.”

Over 1900 veterinarians and vet nurses across Australia have chosen a career with Greencross Vets. Our vets and vet nurses benefit from the resources that the largest veterinary group in Australia provides including an industry leading education program, business support for better work/life balance and career opportunities throughout the more than 170 veterinary related businesses in the Greencross Vets family. At Greencross Vets your passion for pets is exemplified by practicing the highest standards of care. We invite you to join Greencross Vets for a rewarding and fulfilling career.

Greencross Vets, a pioneer in the Veterinary landscape for over 10 years, are committed to raising the industry bar - and we want you to be a part of our journey!  This is a great opportunity if you like variety and keen to work across any of our 3 clinics listed below within the Canberra Region:

The role will provide exciting opportunities to work in a collaborative environment across several practices along with great team culture.

“Overall, I feel very grateful to be a part of the Greencross team and to work in an industry where I can let my love for animal welfare truly shine.”

About You

Benefits for You

Your New Work Family

At Greencross Vets we provide a collaborative, supportive workplace with genuine clinical freedom. We provide endless opportunities to give back to the community through the Petbarn Foundation and our Employee Volunteer Program.

If this role sounds good to you and if you are interested in finding out more, to arrange a confidential conversation about the next step in your career and how we can support you, please reach out today to:

Lyndsay Farlow on lyndsay.farlow@gxltd.com.au or 0432 491 618
Passionate About Pets

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What We Can Offer You

Canberra is a fantastic place to live for those interested in physical activity, eating out, the arts, culture and the outdoors! Canberra has the best mountain biking in Australia and is 2-3 hours from the snow, the beach and Sydney!

Would you like to work in a 6-vet clinic known for its exceptional delivery of service? We are looking for a Veterinarian preferably with some experience, or a recently graduated veterinarian who is keen to work within a dynamic team with varied interests. Our senior vets have memberships in various disciplines, they really encourage and support you to grow and develop your own skills by developing your own areas of interests.

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We have a varied case load and provide an excellent service to our clients with dogs and cats as well as birds, rabbits and guinea pigs, ferrets, rats and reptiles. Our nurses are well trained to assist a veterinarian interested in the more unusual species.

Do you want to be part of a progressive veterinary hospital? 

As a full time Veterinarian, you will work only 4 days a week, regular Saturday shift (1 in 3), NO Sundays and NO after-hours!

That leaves lots of time to explore! Work-life balance and time off is a priority for all staff members in this practice.

We are looking for a veterinarian who is keen to learn and develop their future potential and grow.

Apply Now

Contact Simone Demont on 0498 102 643 or simone.demont@vet.partners

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Full Time Veterinarian in Emergency and Critical Care (ECC)
Canberra Veterinary Emergency Service

CVES has a fantastic opportunity for a veterinarian to join our growing team.  Canberra Veterinary Emergency Service is an after-hours service operating weeknights from 6pm to 8am and 24 hours on weekends and public holidays. Our practice is a purpose-built facility that offers state of the art equipment to work up the most difficult of cases and we provide ample support in those difficult cases so you can always bounce ideas off of someone either on the floor or a phone call away.

Canberra is a hidden gem, with an abundant number of things to do all within minutes from your home.  For the outdoor enthusiast, there is hiking, camping, mountain bike riding and horse riding available within 30 minutes of your home with skiing and surfing only a short drive away so you can leave your house in the morning, spend the day at the beach or on the ski slopes and still be home for dinner.  For the refined, sophisticated person, there are art galleries, theatres and museums.  For the family person, there are numerous parklands, kids’ playgrounds, swimming holes and bike tracks. For the socialite, Canberra offers ample nightlife and restaurants and Sydney and Melbourne are a close enough drive to attend concerts or other major events.  Canberra is a well thought out, progressive, modern city that is large enough to have that big city feel with all the amenities and shops you would expect yet is small enough that you aren’t stuck in traffic for hours.

About Us:

We have a team of vets all from diverse backgrounds, some with memberships in ECC and Radiology, others that have worked in ECC for almost 20 years. Our nursing team are highly trained and work seamlessly alongside the vets as our second pair of arms and eyes on the floor.

We are a cohesive, supportive team who help each other out and ensure the best outcome for our patients by keeping up to date with the most recent literature, attending conferences, ensuring access to new medications and diagnostics, continuing education with inhouse tutorials, M & M rounds and journal club.

We care about the members of our team, about the direction of their career progression, about managing their fatigue levels and about ensuring we all have a good work life balance, so our job is rewarding and compliments our home life.

We like toys and have almost all the bells and whistles, from digital imaging and ultrasound to comprehensive blood machines including blood gases and APTT/PT. We have ventilators, multiparameter monitors, active heating devices and almost everything in between.  The building has 9 consulting rooms, 2 surgical theatres and a separate cat ward.  The treatment room is extensive with three treatment benches, oxygen cages and heated cages, large dog runs and multiple cage space to monitor patients carefully.

About You:

What We Have to Offer:

We will support veterinarians wanting to attain their ANZCVS membership to further their education. To ensure we are attaining a high level of care for the pets we treat, we pride ourselves on our compassion and we work closely not only with general practitioners and referral services but also with local wildlife groups so we can help out where necessary.  We have a varied case load and perform all our own soft tissue surgeries with referral as an option if necessary. We always have someone available to help out in difficult situations to provide our veterinarians with the support they need.

If you are interested in joining our team, please submit your resume and cover letter to humanresources@cves.com.au or reach out to learn more about the positions available.

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Veterinary Associate
Majura Park ACT

An opportunity exists for a Veterinary Associate to join our clinic at Majura Park on a full-time basis.

“Overall, I feel very grateful to be a part of the Greencross team and to work in an industry where I can let my love for animal welfare truly shine.”

Greencross is Australia’s largest integrated pet care provider with a network of retail stores, veterinary practices, animal hospitals and grooming salons across the country.

About Your New Clinic

Greencross Majura Park is equipped with a full internal lab to run CBC, electrolytes and biochemistry as well as having three large consult rooms and spacious prep area. The clinic is easily accessible, located near other major shopping outlets with plenty of parking and only 15 minutes from Canberra CBD. We are a close-knit team that practice high standards of care, focused on learning and development and strong team engagement. More about our clinic.

“Greencross is like a big family to me. I love my job, I love the diversity it has to offer, I love the career growth it offers.”


Majura Park is a hub in Canberra located directly at the airport. A convenient 15-minute drive from the CBD and close to Canberra’s beautiful lake, Mount Ainslie and the comfortable suburbs of Russell, Reid, Kingston and Manuka. The shopping centre boasts Bunnings, Costco and IKEA and is located just off Majura Parkway with great access to Tuggeranong and southern suburbs. Explore Mount Majura Nature Reserve, Kowan Escarpment Nature Reserve and Molonglo Gorge nearby. Live your best work life balance in the healthy green capital, Canberra.

About Your New Role

We are seeking a Veterinary Associate with a passion for clients and career development.  At Greencross Majura Park we believe in the importance of having fun at work whilst remaining focused on delivering outstanding client care. We are located next door to a Petbarn retail store that we work closely with, providing a broader network of pet-care professionals and the best advice possible for our clients.

About Your Skills & Experience

About Your Skills & Experience

We Offer

Your New Work Family

At Greencross Vets we provide a collaborative, supportive workplace with genuine clinical freedom. We provide endless opportunities to give back to the community through the Petbarn Foundation and our Employee Volunteer Program.

If this role sounds good to you and if you are interested in finding out more, Apply Now or to arrange a confidential conversation

about the next step in your career and how we can support you, please reach out today to

Marissa La Spina marissa.laspina@gxltd.com.au
Passionate About Pets

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Belconnen Veterinary Centre

Veterinarian– Canberra – FT or PT

Who we are:
Belconnen Veterinary Centre is an independently owned and busy small animal hospital fulfilling a broad spectrum of veterinary science including initial consultations, internal medicine, routine and complex surgery (including major soft tissue and orthopaedic surgery) and emergencies. Our co-located referral business Advanced Veterinary Imaging is Canberra’s most equipped veterinary imaging business being the only place with onsite MRI, CT, ultrasound, fluoroscopy, and endoscopy. We pride ourselves on being able to offer the patient the most extensive care whilst still retaining the client care and compassion of a General Practice clinic.

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What we offer:

Who we are looking for:

For more information or to apply, please contact Melanie Ryan on admin@belconnenvets.com.au

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Rotating Internship – Small Animal (12 months)
Animal Referral Hospital, Canberra

The Animal Referral Hospital – Canberra, ACT
Job Number: ES2010

About ARH Canberra

ARH Canberra is an around the clock service to the community for their beloved pets. We offer referral services Monday – Friday 8am – 6pm and emergency care all other hours. The referral service is comprised of specialist surgeons including an orthopaedic surgeon, soft tissue surgeon and a Medicine specialist. The team is supported by Residents, Interns and highly qualified vet nurses. We pride ourselves on high quality around the clock care by our highly trained team. The facility has 2 surgical theatres, treatment area and a dedicated room for CT and X-rays. The expansion of services has led ARH Canberra to building a new purpose built 1100 square meter (approx. 12,000 square foot) facility due to open in 2021.

The Position

We are currently seeking several Small Animal Specialists to join the ARH Canberra Team. Due to increased case load we are looking for one to two small animal surgeons, a medicine specialist and other ancillary specialists to join our growing team. Successful candidates will be able to take on cases independently but remain part of a group for support and discussion. Our specialists are supported by an expertly trained and highly experienced team of veterinary professionals and are expected to lead by example, sharing their knowledge and experience with others so we can grow together.

Team fit is very important to us, so we are looking for individuals who have excellent communication, organisation and time management skills and have a passion for outcomes, patient care and excellent clinical service. A very competitive salary package is on offer, including sign on bonus, participation in incentive plans plus relocation.

The positions are available immediately through to 12 months from now. We are also keen to hear from Veterinarians who have finished Residency programs and are studying for board certification.

Canberra is Australia's capital city with a pleasant cool climate. Canberra has excellent facilities such as schools, shopping and outdoor activities (Mt biking, hiking, fishing etc), is 2 hours from the snow fields and 2 hours to excellent surf beaches. It offers a lifestyle that cannot be matched in any other Australian capital city.

For a confidential conversation about your next career move, please contact Kathy Ikonomidis, Human Resources Manager of Specialist Services at kathy.ikonomidis@gxltd.com.au or +61 417 068 091.

Animal Referral Hospital Canberra
15/2 Yallourn St
Fyshwick ACT 2609

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Full Time Small Animal Veterinarian, FADDEN ACT
Salary $65k to $130k


New Graduates are welcome to apply


We are growing and have a new exciting Veterinary Position.

About Us
At Tuggeranong Veterinary Hospital, we promote the joy of pet ownership and cultivate long term client relationships that are based on a high standard of care.  

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

We are open six days a week (Monday – Friday, 8am – 7pm and Saturdays 8am-3pm).
Lunch breaks are paid for on unbroken shifts.

The Role

Who We Need
The position is open for New Graduate and or Experienced Veterinarians who are able to obtain full Board registration in the ACT.

The successful candidate would need to have the ability to:

What We Offer

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

Colleen Black
Business Manager
PH: 02 6291 7711

Thank you for your interest in Tuggeranong Veterinary Hospital.

See www.tuggeranongvet.com.au

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Rotating Internship – Small Animal (12 months)
Animal Referral Hospital, Canberra
Job number: CB2002

About the hospital
The Animal Referral Hospital Canberra is the only specialist referral hospital in Canberra. We provide a 24-hour emergency and specialist referral services in surgery and internal medicine. This is supported by a range of complimentary services including diagnostic imaging, nursing and intensive care.

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About the position
You will work under the guidance of our surgery and internal medicine specialists and more broadly within our team of professional veterinarians and expert nursing staff. Interns are expected to participate in daily rounds and weekly journal club or case presentations. The intern position is primarily a support position. The intern will;

What we can offer
This internship offers an outstanding opportunity for a highly motivated, hardworking and professional individual to work and learn in a busy and friendly referral hospital. We will offer support for a candidate to wishes to sit their ANZCVS membership exams in either surgery or medicine. This position will provide a good platform for a candidate who wishes to pursue a residency or a specialty membership after their internship. The Animal Referral Hospital Canberra's previous interns have successfully matched into a residency or specialty internship locally or overseas.

Candidates must be eligible for veterinary registration in ACT and have excellent communication skills and work ethic and a strong knowledge base on which to build. Clinical experience is desirable but not essential. The position includes 4 weeks of annual leave and 1 week of study leave.

If this opportunity excites you, please send your application to recruitment.eands@gxltd.com.au, quoting job number ‘CB2002’. Applications should include curriculum vitae, a cover letter stating the reasons for seeking the internship and the name and contact details of three referees with at least one from an academic and one from a practice/clinical background.

If you have any enquiries, please contact:

Jasdeep Phull
Business Manager
Animal Referral Hospital Canberra
15/2 Yallourn St
Fyshwick ACT 2609
P: (02) 6280 6344
E: j.phull@arhvets.com
W: www.arhvets.com.au

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Our Vet Tuggeranong, ACT

Small Animal Associate Vet

We are excited to announce that we have an Associate Vet opportunity at Our Vet Tuggeranong.

Why do our Vets value working with us?

The rewarding world of GP

Our Vets truly value the importance of GP practice as it provides them opportunity to:

To join us, you bring:

We want you to be happy & healthy.

We are just as committed to the health & happiness of our people, as we are to the pets and pet families we care for. We strive to achieve this by offering our teams:

Join us and be part of our future today.

To APPLY, or request further information on this opportunity, please contact Dr Nick Emerton at nick.emerton@bfpets.com.au or phone 0439 005 901.

We ask that applicants have the right to work in Australia. Agencies are not required to present candidates.

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Veterinarian – Saturday

RSPCA ACT is looking for veterinarian/s to work one to four Saturdays a month (dependant on your availability) at the Weston Shelter.

The veterinarian’s role is to provide veterinary support to the shelter and duties include:

*This is a non-surgical role however there may be the odd occasion that surgery may need to be performed.

For further information and details on how to apply, please visit our website at: https://www.rspca-act.org.au/get-involved/employment-opportunities

If you are looking for a role that is more than just a job, please email your application to: employment@rspca-act.org.au

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QUEANBEYAN - SMALL ANIMALS New Graduates welcomeNew Position

Hi! I'm Heather, a 2008 Sydney Uni Grad. I've been working as an employee vet at Queanbeyan Veterinary Hospital for the past 7 years. Please read on to see why you should come and join me!

Why Queanbeyan? We are a fantastic, friendly, and inclusive team. Our clientele are generally lovely, and usually keen to fully work up cases, so you can practice medicine to a satisfyingly high standard. As part of the Capital Paws Group we have access to a wide network of vets with different special interest areas who are always keen to help. We have sonographers, surgeons, behaviourists, dentists and medicine gurus, a rehabilitation vet and reptile enthusiasts, among others. Whatever your question or interest there is someone to talk to. We have regular social and continuing education catch ups, and  the level of collegiality is second to none. Our group is encouraging and supportive of continuing education, and skills development. If you're interested we would love you to get involved with the group's animal health programmes in indigenous communities in the Northern Territory.

Our employers are dedicated to work life balance for everyone, and the practices are extremely family friendly. We are open on Saturday mornings but the rest of the weekend is our own. On our normal full time roster we all have a regular weekday off. Management is really flexible though, if you have only specific hours you can work, please get in touch and discuss it with us.

What about the bells and whistles? Our clinics are delightfully well equipped with in house DR radiography, dental radiography, a great ultrasound machine (and in house sonographer) and tonometry as some of our many handy tools.

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What about the after hours? No after hours! We're so lucky in Canberra to have two emergency centres at night time and the specialist centre just down the road from us. At night we can relax, knowing our patients are in good hands.

Why the Canberra region? Canberra is honestly an undiscovered gem of a place to live. There is so much culture and beautiful outdoor space. As the capital, and home of all the embassies, the vibe is much more cosmopolitan than you might expect for a city of this size. We are convenient to the mountains and it is honestly so easy to dash to other places, such as Sydney, for a visit. The climate is beautiful and the air is fresh. You can get anywhere in town in under an  hour! Coming with a family? This is an excellent city to raise kids, there are so many things to do (and if you join us you're welcome to ask me about them!) Coming as a new grad? This is a lively city full of young professionals.

Who should apply? If you are a small animal vet with a love of providing high quality care,  and this ad speaks to you, we would love to hear from you. Whether you are a new grad or an experienced hand I am sure you will appreciate our warm and supportive environment. We are commited to providing support and mentoring for our new grads, and generally being an encouraging team for all staff across the group.

Want to know more? You can ask me any questions heathers@queanbeyanvet.com.au, or go straight to management and apply! billt@queanbeyanvet.com.au

Queanbeyan Veterinary Hospital, 94 Yass Rd, Queanbeyan. 02 6299 2509.

Check us out on our website: www.queanbeyanvet.com.au

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Aspire to be an excellent all-round clinician? Interested in advanced surgery?

West Queanbeyan has an exceptional career development opportunity available.

Who we are

What is on offer.

Located just over the ACT border in NSW we enjoy all the benefits that being part of the Canberra region provides. Whether it be Inner City living, restaurant and café/coffee culture, National Cultural Institutions or clean, rural living with easy access to National Parks, Ski Fields and the South Coast of NSW.  It offers good employment opportunities for partners, good infrastructure, a stable economy and is great place for those wanting to raise a family. The Canberra region has so much more to offer than just politicians!

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What we are looking for:

An additional team member, either recent graduate or experienced vet, seeking the chance to further develop excellent all round clinical skills (and perhaps more advanced surgical skills), wanting the opportunity to work for an experienced practitioner who not only has these skills himself but also a keen interest in supporting less experienced vets in their journey to develop theirs.

We are looking for someone that value’s honesty, integrity, respect and a supportive environment who is flexible, adaptable and professional, possesses excellent communication skills, a positive can-do attitude and self-awareness.

A vet with sound up to date theoretical knowledge, demonstrated clinical skills, a dedication to continued learning and the willingness and drive to expand their abilities in all aspects of clinical practice.
A vet who is passionate and genuinely likes helping people and their pets to achieve the best outcome.  

Team Member Testimonial.
Working at WQVH has been everything I hoped for in my New Graduate job. Whilst being busy and challenged (during the very challenging year of 2020!), I have been supported every step of the way both personally and in my professional development. The hours are very fair and the salary is rewarding. Additionally, I have been able to manage a great work life balance this year, which is not something many Veterinarians can say! As a team, we believe in evidence-based learning and providing exceptional care. We fulfil this ethos by regularly updating our equipment and facilities and having regular staff meetings to improve our protocols. I know I will continue to grow as a Veterinarian and as a person at this practice. WQVH is not just a vet clinic but a fun, supportive community who care tremendously about clients, their pets and anything else that comes through the doors. I would choose WQVH ten times over and recommend it to any new graduate or experienced vet.

Crystal Ranelli
New Graduate in February 2020 (who came all the way from Perth WA to join us!).

If you would like to find out more about us – visit:

Website: https://westqueanbeyanvet.com.au/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/westqueanbeyanvet/
Instagram: norma_nursecat

If you would like to apply – please send applications to:

Dr Hamish Cameron
Email: hcameron@westqueanbeyanvet.com.au

Elizabeth Young
Practice Manager
Email: e.young@westqueanbeyanvet.com.au

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Small Animal Veterinarian

Full Time / Part time / Casual position

Capital Veterinary Hospital
Phillip ACT

Join an exciting and vibrant new practice in Canberra, Local Business Awards Winner 2019 and current Finalist for Outstanding Pet Care 2020.

About Us
We are a brand-new veterinary hospital that serves the Woden Valley and surrounding areas. We offer clients an extensive range of services including orthopaedic and soft tissue surgeries as well as emergency services.

This will be an exciting opportunity for the right person to help build up a veterinary practice that offers outstanding client and patient care.

We are a purpose built 100% small animal hospital. The hospital has brand new state of the art equipment including digital x-ray, iM3 dental machine, ultrasound, patient monitoring machine, and the latest in house complete IDEXX pathology system.

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We are open seven days a week

The Role
The successful candidate will be an enthusiastic person with a “can do” attitude who will be extensively supported in their role at the hospital. They will be part of the Day Clinic (7am - 7pm) in the hospital and will be responsible for consulting, treatment and regular surgeries. They will also have the opportunity to work alongside an experienced veterinary surgeon and gain valuable skills in furthering orthopaedic and soft tissue surgical practices. If you are interested in imaging, you will be taught radiography, ultrasonography and echocardiography.

If you are applying for a casual / part time position, we will need you for at least two weekdays and one weekend in a month.

Who We Need
We welcome new graduate and experienced vets to apply. If you are a new graduate, we will support and mentor you on a daily basis. We will make sure you learn the newest and latest skills and techniques whilst working in this practice. If you are an experienced vet, we will value your expertise.

We also require a person that provides a high standard of patient care and client relations. This means the ability to work collaboratively with colleagues, establish positive relationships with clients and be committed to ongoing self-education. Sole charge of the practice will be required on occasion.

What We Offer
We are proud to say that our work ethics reflects in the reviews and comments from the clients we see. We encourage you to visit our Google reviews and Facebook feedbacks.

How to Apply
An application including a cover letter and resume can be forwarded by email to:
Renata Gianchou at account@capitalvet.com.au or 02 6282 5522.

Website: www.capitalvet.com.au

Thank you for your interest in Capital Veterinary Hospital.

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What We Can Offer You

At Canberra Vet Hospital, we pride ourselves on delivering the highest quality of care to our patients, whilst having fun at the same time. We are a passionate, young and progressive team who truly believe in & support each other.  We come to work to do what we enjoy - helping improve the lives and wellbeing of animals, and in turn doing the same for their owners.
Some of the key points about our hospital:

We are looking for a GP Veterinarian (full or part time).  Special interests are encouraged, and we embrace Veterinarians who can bring complementary expertise to our team.

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We have a number of benefits on offer for the role

We would love you to join the Canberra Vet family and continue to learn and grow from your peers whilst offering the best patient care.

Apply Now
To be considered for the role, apply via submitting your CV  including a cover letter to Dr Justin Michaels  -   justinm@canberravet.com.au

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Veterinarian – to join our 4 vet team.

Start the next phase of your veterinary career by joining our highly professional team, dedicated to providing the highest standard of veterinary care to all our patients….

At the Gables Vet Group we have achieved an enviable reputation for delivering empathetic and expert veterinary services to our fantastic clients. We are well equipped to provide orthopaedic and soft tissue surgery, medicine and critical care and encourage our team members, both vets and vet nurses (our nurses are all enrolled in or have Cert IV qualifications), to excel in their training and expertise. We attend to companion animals for the most part but also have a smattering of farm and equine patients. Applicants with some experience will find a stimulating environment with an exceptional array of daily cases to challenge and at times amuse. We realise that in a city like Canberra you need work/life balance in order to experience the numerous sporting, cultural and social events on offer here and our roster is designed with that in mind.

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Who we are looking for:

Salary and benefits:

Our practice occupies a great niche in a veterinary world of large multi vet practices, we are large and well equipped enough to provide the best veterinary care, yet small enough to maintain that family practice feel. Find out more by applying with a cover letter highlighting why you would be interested in this position together with an up to date resume.

Please note: The applicant can be small animal only oriented or also enjoy the occasional large animal call.

Please apply by e-mail to Dr Marc Pilkington BVMS GCertSAECC at monash@thegablesvetgroup.com.au. Tel: 02 6292 4569

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BRADDON - SMALL ANIMAL VET New Graduates welcome

Small animal veterinarian to join a well established team of 9 veterinarians to accommodate the clinic's growth with non-furry kids on the way!  Part-time and flexible roles will be considered.

Love being a vet? We do too! Most importantly, we want our colleagues to keep loving their jobs!

We're a small local business (non-corporate) in the centre of Canberra. Canberra is great - really. Great food and coffee, great National Parks, great museums and galleries and great clients and snow and surf just an easy drive away! We believe in compassionate client care and high standard pet care. We believe in a kind and supportive workplace with great work-life balance. We believe in encouraging your special interests and helping you develop your professional skills and will invest in your further study and skill diversification. 

We are a team of passionate, fun and supportive vets, nurses, kennel hands and receptionists. We advocate and aim for fear-free veterinary care.  Our clinic is an ISFM Gold Accredited Cat-Friendly Clinic and is built to ASAVA practice standards.   Existing vets have memberships in small animal medicine, feline medicine and small animal dentistry, a grad certificate in small animal emergency and critical care and have undertaken CVE distance education certificates in cardio-respiratory medicine, neurology, ophthalmology, behaviour and imaging. The successful candidate will have an excellent support system in place to encourage skill development and any special interests. The clinic team enjoys working in a collaborative fashion.   Our veterinary team enjoys sharing knowledge and discussing cases.   We have fabulous clients who are willing to work cases up and frequently take up the offer of specialist referral. Canberra's high median income and education rates (combined with relative job stability despite Covid-19) allow us to concentrate on doing the best job possible.

The clinic has two sterile surgeries, separate digital radiography and ultrasonography rooms, separate cat and dog consulting rooms and wards, oxygen cages, heated cages, tonometer, capnography heated inspired air units and dental and surgical BAIR hugger units for anaesthetic warming, ETCO2 monitors and a dedicated dental suite with two dental tables, both with dental radiography. We practice fear free veterinary care and run Feliway and Adaptil pheromones and use treats, roast chicken and squeeze cheese to befriend our patients.

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Northside Veterinary Centre fiercely believes in work-life balance and ensuring your job is sustainable.   A full time roster consists of 8 working days/ fortnight, with a rostered day off each week and an additional day off after working a Saturday.  Many of our staff have negotiated a part-time roster.  The clinic currently opens 8.00am-6pm Monday-Friday and 8.30am-4pm Saturday. There is no on-call duty and we do not open Sundays nor public holidays.  Salary package is generous and negotiable with at minimum 4 weeks annual leave and 1 week study leave, study leave allowance, annual practice registration and radiation licence paid, and practice membership for VIN, CVE and ISFM included.

Please contact libby.adamson@northsidevet.com.au and/or winston.oakes@northsidevet.com.au

Web: www.northsidevet.com.au

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Internship: Small Animal Medicine (12-18 months)

The Animal Referral Hospital – Canberra ACT

Job Number: ES2041

Do you like solving puzzles? Are you forever seeking out ‘why’ and ‘how’? Do you strive to dazzle your patients and their owners with incomparable pharmacologic skill and minimally invasive finesse? If this sums you up as a veterinarian, you’re in the right place!

The medicine service at the Animal Referral Hospital - Canberra is very pleased to announce that it is expanding. To assist with the growth of our team, a new opportunity has become available within the service as a Small Animal Medicine Intern. This is a perfect opportunity for anyone with a passion for internal medicine that is looking to work with a leading team of internal medicine specialists, challenge themselves and ignite a career in medicine.

About us

The Animal Referral Hospital (ARH) is a well-established group of specialist veterinary hospitals. We offer a wide range of specialist services and provide 24-hour emergency and critical care through our facilities in NSW, ACT, QLD, VIC and SA. The Animal Referral Hospital at Canberra is supported by specialist services including internal medicine; surgery; and emergency and critical care.

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The role

You will work predominantly under the guidance and mentorship of our internal medicine specialist, as well as more broadly within our team of professional veterinarians and expert nursing staff. You will also have close involvement with our other departments and for those with interest in other disciplines there is opportunity to increase exposure to these during the internship.

Interns are expected to participate in daily rounds, as well as regular journal club meetings and case presentations.

What we can offer

This internship offers an outstanding opportunity for a highly motivated, hardworking, experienced and professional individual to work and learn in a busy and friendly referral hospital team. It provides the perfect opportunity for individuals wishing to pursue future specialist training in small animal medicine or to simply expand their knowledge and experience for general practice. Previous ARH interns have continued on to residency positions worldwide.


Candidates must be eligible for veterinary registration at least in ACT, possess excellent communication skills, a strong knowledge base on which to build, works well in a large team and is motivated to achieve best patient care. At least 1-2 years’ of clinical experience.

In addition to working with and learning from a highly experienced Medicine team, the successful candidate will receive:

If this opportunity excites you, please send your updated cover letter and resume to recruitment.eands@gxltd.com.au, quoting job number ‘ES2041’. Please state the reasons for seeking the internship and include the details of three referees with at least one from an academic and one from a practice/clinical background.

Jasdeep Phull
Business Manager
ARH Canberra
15/2 Yallourn Street
Fyshwick ACT 2609

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Veterinary Surgeon - ASAVA Accredited Hospital of Excellence – Canberra – FT (or PT considered)


Gungahlin Veterinary Services, comprising of Gungahlin Veterinary Hospital and the co-located Gungahlin Cat Hospital, is a large and busy small animal practice. We’re looking for a small animal vet to join our team – an immediate start is available, or we can negotiate a suitable starting date within the coming months. Ideally we are seeking a full time vet, however vets seeking part time hours are also encouraged to apply – we are happy to discuss working arrangements that suit you. We are looking for a vet with a minimum of 2 years’ experience however more recent graduate veterinarians are more than welcome to reach out for a discussion. We are a purpose-built, modern hospital and the successful candidate will be working in a stimulating environment alongside a team of experienced and highly trained veterinarians, caring veterinary nurses and dedicated receptionists and support staff. Check out our website for more info on who we are and what we do: www.gungahlinvet.com.au

What we offer:

We are in an excellent location, with a large shopping centre within a short walking distance. We offer excellent staff facilities, including a full-size kitchen and large, sunny staff room. We also have quiet office spaces and a library.

We are looking for someone with excellent team work and communication skills, who loves being in a team environment and has a desire to build long-term relationships with some of the best clients in Australia.

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

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

Interested to find out more? Send us an email at jobs@gungahlinvet.com.au or call us on (02) 6242 7276 and ask to speak with our Practice Manager, Greta.

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Vet Associate

Tuggeranong ACT

With a couple of years of experience under your belt, you know what matters in your veterinarian career - a sense of teamwork, support and a chance to take your career to the next level.

This is why, at Greencross Vets, we’re focused on your growth. One of the largest veterinary groups in Australia, we pride ourselves on our employee-led development and support program that includes a commitment to a better career/life balance, an industry-leading education program, plus a wide range of career opportunities throughout the 170+ vet-related businesses in our larger family.

What we offer you

Greencross Tuggeranong is an energetic community of pet-obsessed people just like you! We believe in reward and recognition at every step. When you join our family, you’ll enjoy:

What you’ll bring

What you’ll be doing each day

What would it be like to work with us?

Greencross Tuggeranong is located 20 minutes from Canberra, fully equipped with separate cat and dog wards, 4 consult rooms, IM3 dental, orthopaedic equipment, Bair hugger, Tonopen and more. We are a busy, gold standard, stress-free accredited clinic with a supportive and passionate team. Some of our team members have a special interest in imaging and medicine with mentoring for orthopaedic surgery and many other professional development opportunities available.

How to contact us

We want to hear from you, about what matters most in your career and how we can play a role in that development. Contact your Career Representative Lyndsay Farlow on Lyndsay.farlow@gxltd.com.au or 0432 491 618.

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Emergency and Critical Care Veterinarian
Animal Referral Hospital – Canberra
Job Number: ES2050

Permanent part-time and casual positions available

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

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The position
An exciting opportunity exists for experienced Veterinarians to join our cohesive and dynamic team! The candidate should have a genuine interest in emergency medicine and be someone who loves an exciting environment.

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

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

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

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

If you are ready for your next career move with the ARHC team, please send your application, including a cover letter, resume and contact details for at least two referees, outlining your suitability against the above mentioned criteria to recruitment.eands@gxltd.com.au. Please quote job number ‘ES2050’ in the subject line of your email. Applications can be addressed to:

Jasdeep Phull
Business Manager
The Animal Referral Hospital Canberra
15/2 Yallourn St, Fyshwick ACT 2609

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