Border Veterinary Clinic has practices located in picturesque country towns within the Murray region of Victoria – Kerang, Cohuna, and Barham. We service a large area from Swan Hill to Echuca.
This position is eligible for Apiam’s Rural Veterinary Support / Student Debt Reduction program.
Applications for this program are open now and close 30 November. Limited places available.
Our clinics are mixed practices treating both companion and production animals. The practice caseload comprises 40% dairy, 50% small animals and 5% beef, 5% equine and other species.
The clinics are well equipped with DR Radiography, Idexx Vetlab, all anaesthetic monitoring equipment (including ETCO2), small animal ultrasound, fluid pumps, BCF easiscan curve ultrasound x 3, bull testing equipment, IM3 dental gear, orthopaedic equipment including locking plate and TTA kits, RxWorks software.
Full time (9-day fortnight) or Part Time permanent position available. Other flexible work arrangements will be considered.
CE is expected, encouraged, and supported. As part of Apiam Animal Health, we provide exceptional opportunities for training, personal development and career progression including the Graduate Development Program to support recent grads transition from University to Practice.
1:4 after hours roster or less
A Tele-triage nursing team who filters and triages all out of hours calls to minimize vet disturbance when on call.
We have a team of 8 experienced mixed and small animal vets for support
We are committed to inspiring and encouraging the next generation of the veterinary industry
Who we need:
Someone committed to joining the fun and chaos of our veterinary team
New and recent grads or experienced vets are all welcome
Keen to learn, grow your interests and find your strengths
Remuneration and Benefits
Base salary (plus super) depends on your skills and experience however a vet with over 3 years’ mixed experience can expect upwards of $100,000 and a recently graduated vet with up to 3 years’ experience can expect $70 – 100,000.
Phone and work vehicle provided.
Up to $5,000 relocation assistance paid.
4 weeks annual leave, 1 week CE leave plus annual allowance, 5 days paid volunteer leave, paid parental leave.
AVA membership and VSB registration paid
New and recently graduated vets benefit from Apiam’s Graduate Development Program. We recognize that the transition to practice can be a challenging time. This program includes monthly support webinars, a mentor program and the “Grad Retreat” which provides practical seminars and workshops to help fast track your skills.
As part of Apiam Animal Health – Australia’s largest rural and regional veterinary group – we offer considerable opportunities for training, personal development and career progression. Apiam’s clinics are in the heartlands of Australia’s dairy, beef feedlot and pig regions, and include several significant companion animal and equine clinics.