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Mixed Practice Vet Job in NSW - 220,952LH2

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LOCATION: North West New South Wales

TYPE OF WORK: 55% Small Animal, 40% Beef & 5% Other

HOURS: Full Time

AFTER HOURS: Shared

SALARY: Base salary $75k + super (new grads) Up to $120k (experienced vets) DOE

JOB NO: 220,952LH2

A true mixed practice in the Liverpool Plains region has a fantastic opportunity for a veterinarian to join their team.

Both experienced vets and new/recent graduates are welcome to apply. New graduates will benefit from a development program that supports the transition from uni to practice.

The role would suit a vet who enjoys the challenge of a true mixed practice. Applicants should be motivated with the drive to gain new knowledge and skills. The successful candidate will have excellent communication skills, a willingness to work as part of a team and a positive, can-do attitude. Vets with an interest in feedlot work are encouraged to apply.

Here are the facts:

– Full time position

– 4-5 vet team

– Caseload of 55% small animal, 40% beef cattle and 5% other

– Shared after hours (1 night per week and 1:5 weekends on call). After-hours calls go through a triage team, meaning nurses take calls and only ring vets when needed.

– Fantastic group of supportive vets and nurses who enjoy great teamwork

What’s on offer?

– Base salary of $75,000 + super for new graduates. Up to $120,000 for experienced vets (depending on experience).

– Four weeks of annual leave per year

– Five days of paid volunteer leave

– One week of continuing education leave

– Generous CPD allowance

– An extra day of paid annual leave per year

– On-call pay and 50% of professional fees

– Paid VSB registration

– Memberships supported

– For vets with some experience, there can be up to $25,000 on top of salary for completion of a feedlot development program.

The employer is willing to assist with a work permit (sponsorship) for suitable overseas candidates. Applicants must have a Bachelor of Veterinary Science (or equivalent) and be eligible for registration as a veterinary practitioner in Australia.

The clinic is located in a medium-sized rural centre, surrounded by rich agricultural and pastoral properties. There is a great community with local amenities, essential services and a vibrant local culture of events and festivals.

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For more information, please contact:

Jayne Mackenzie
Recruitment Consultant