Full Time Veterinarian – East Doncaster Veterinary Hospital (Australia)

By Admin | Employment Archives

Nov 27

Looking for a fresh start for 2022?

Our young, close-knit team are hoping to welcome a Full Time Veterinarian to the EDVH family in January 2022. At EDVH we are a family-owned, small animal practice with a purpose-built animal hospital and a friendly, hardworking, supportive work culture in a fun environment. To find out more about our team – visit our website – https://edvh.com.au/

The role includes 1 in 3 Saturdays, and 1 rostered day off throughout the week. We are closed on Sundays and Public Holidays, with no on-call work. With four weeks of annual leave up your sleeve, you will be able to head home, or travel Australia during your time off – Explore the Great Barrier Reef, Ayers Rock, Daintree Rainforest!

We have on board IM3 Dental equipment, including Dental Xray, Digital Radiography, In house Pathology, Ultrasound, Endoscopy and Anaesthesia Monitoring equipment. We encourage our team to undertake continuing education and develop their skills and advance within their role. Do you have a particular interest – behaviour, medicine, exotics? Want to learn to perform TPLO’s? Would you love to complete an ultrasonography course? We encourage it!

We have a very loyal client base, of whom appreciate our high standard of customer service. Being multilingual is a bonus as many of our clients request a Mandarin, Cantonese or Chinese speaking Veterinarian!

As important as it is to learn, it’s just as important to have fun at work. We have regular team events and outings, believe in a work/life balance and love being involved with welfare groups. Jump on our Facebook or Instagram to see what we get up to in and out of the clinic, even the cute furry friends we see each day!

For the right candidate, we will assist with the Visa process and get the ball rolling for you to join us in 2022!

For more information about the role, or to apply for the position, please contact us on edvhmanager@outlook.com, with attention to Amy Sullivan.