NSVSC is looking for an enthusiastic veterinarian with at least one year of experience to join our medical team in Jan 2019 for a one-year internship. Our team of two specialists, and fantastic nurses work closely with our surgical service and radiologists and have a varied and interesting caseload.

This is a great opportunity for motivated veterinarians with an interest in pursuing further medicine training or who intend to sit Medicine memberships.

The roster is five days each week and one weekend in four – with days off to make up for weekend days worked.

Candidates must be eligible for veterinary registration in NSW. The position includes four weeks annual leave and one week conference leave. Applications should include curriculum vitae, a 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.

Interested parties should submit their cover letter and curriculum vitae via the apply online button.

Tagged as: Veterinary Science, Veterinary Surgery Internship

About VetPartners

VetPartners’ management team have been active members of the Australian and New Zealand veterinary community for decades, building the VetFriends and North Shore groups in Sydney and the Vets4Pets group in Adelaide. We joined together with the independent practices of the Australian Veterinary Owners’ League, to form VetPartners in early 2016 and VetPartners NZ in mid 2016.

At that time, National Veterinary Associates (NVA), based in Agoura Hills, California, invested in our group and became our partner. NVA supports over 300 individually branded hospitals across North America. Our partnership developed out of our collective belief that the best succession plan involves owners choosing their path to retirement, supported by a group that lets their staff, culture and heritage continue to thrive.

Since early 2016, we have continued to acquire leading community veterinary practices across Australia and in August 2016 we expanded our group into New Zealand with the same focus on independence and working with exceptional local clinics. We believe our continued growth reflects a significant demand among veterinary owners for a different approach to succession.