Vet Nurses and other support staff

These advertisers are seeking work in the Veterinary and Animal Care industries. Employers are welcome to contact job seekers directly.

Hayley, Gold Coast & South Brisbane Region (posted 21st February) Junior Vet Nurse

To Whom it may concern,

My name is Hayley and I am a Junior Vet Nurse, recently relocated from Sydney to the Northern Gold Coast region. I am seeking part-time/casual employment within the Gold Coast and South Brisbane Region, and have the ability to start work immediately. I have definite plans to commence further studies in a Cert IV in Veterinary Nursing, and subsequently looking for a work environment in which I can grow and further my skills to become an efficient and well-rounded vet nurse.

I also have obtained 1+ years hands on experience within a small, general practice clinic in Western Sydney. With this I was able to demonstrate competency in a range of skills including, but not limited to, reception duties, inventory management, animal husbandry, nursing and monitoring of basic surgical procedures, IV catheter placement, blood collection, etc. I also have capability to administer basic local blocks, such as intratesticular blocks, post operative medications, and successfully discharge basic surgery patients to owners with description of post-operative care. With that said, I also have previous experience in assisting with x-rays and ultrasounds alongside data entry into dental charts.

I value a positive workplace that prioritises the safety of both patient and work colleagues, whilst providing the best quality care and compassion to clients.

If you are seeking staff on a part-time basis and would like to get in touch, feel free to contact me via mobile (0416100510) or email (hayleyneal2003@gmail). I look forward to hearing from you in regards to any applications.

Kind Regards,

Kat Sidholm, Perth, WA (posted 20th February) Qualified & Experienced Vet Nurse


I am a qualified & experienced (10+ years) veterinary nurse registered with the Veterinary Surgeons' Board of WA. I am very flexible with my hours and would be happy to work weekends. 

I have advanced skills and I am experienced in all aspects of clinical, surgical and hospital veterinary nursing as well as reception, I also have emergency and critical care nursing experience.

I have experience leading a team and working in busy, high-pressure environments. I can work well in a team or independently, often working as sole charge nurse opening or closing clinics. 
I also have experience teaching and supervising students.

I have exceptional communication skills and I am a very organized person who pays attention to detail, uses initiative, and can prioritize tasks and complete them within the set time frame.
I am a very professional, enthusiastic, motivated, and hardworking individual and I am very passionate about animals and my work. I am very fun, friendly, and easy to work with. 
I am not afraid of hard work and can handle stressful, intense situations.

I absolutely love taking care of patients and interacting with clients and providing the best care and service possible!
I have exceptional communication skills and quickly form bonds with clients and their pets!!
I have worked with most practice management software (Rx Works, EzyVet, OpenVPMS, Vision VPM, and many others), laboratory equipment, software (Idexx, Abaxis Vetscan and more), and x-ray equipment and software, and im3 dental x-ray equipment and software, ultrasound machines and other diagnostic tools.

I have been a locum for most of my career and I know my resume is very lengthy but being thrown into roles has taught me to pick up skills quickly. I have monitored HUNDREDS of anaesthetics and can place IVs, take blood and induce and intubate patients. I am used to calculating drug doses and writing surgery reports, writing patients notes, estimates & invoices, etc. And so much more...

Being a locum was fine when I was younger, but I am now looking for a place where I can "settle down" and be there for a long time. I would prefer a full-time job but would also work part-time.  I am available to start immediately.

Kind regards
Kat Sidhom 
Registered Veterinary Nurse 

Hammad Shafiq, Sydney-Wide, NSW (posted 20th February) Overseas Qualified Vet Seeking Vet Nurse Position

EDUCATION: D.V.M (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine) | with Positive Skill Assessment (VETASSESS)
Riphah College of Veterinary Sciences (RcVets) | 2021
Lahore, Pakistan

Availability: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday (All Day)

I am currently seeking part-time employment opportunities in Sydney and nearby suburbs. I am available to work throughout the week, with flexibility in my schedule to accommodate various shifts. My availability spans all days of the week, enabling me to commit to work during weekdays as well as weekends. I am eager to contribute my skills and dedication to a dynamic work environment and am open to exploring opportunities in various industries or roles.

Mobile: 0479140562

Nathalia, Adelaide, SA (posted 20th February) Overseas Qualified Vet Seeking Vet Nurse/Tech Position

Hi, I am Nathalia, a veterinarian from Brazil seeking work as a veterinary nurse/technician in a veterinary clinic/hospital assisting with imaging. More specifically, ultrasound.

I graduated from the Federal University of Goias in Brazil, where I also did my residency in Diagnostic imaging.

I have 4 years' experience working as a veterinarian, performing an interpreting X-ray and ultrasound, in a veterinary hospital and diagnostic centre, back in Brazil.

Here in Australia, I worked in a veterinary clinic in Canberra for over a year (2020-2021) as a Veterinary technician performing abdominal/thoracic ultrasound, writing reports and giving ultrasound training for the veterinarians.

I also have experience working as an emergency vet nurse in Sydney for 5 months.

I have just moved to Adelaide and I am highly motivated to work and contribute to your clinic.
I am a great team player, self-motivated, honest and reliable
I am also, very willing to learn new things, and different approaches and take on responsibility.

Please contact me if you would like any more information, such as a resume, referral letter, etc.

I can be contacted by mobile at 0449568639 or by email at

I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Nathalia de Paula

Sarah, Victoria (posted 19th February) Qualified Veterinary nurse avaliable for short term locum work.

Certificate IV in Veterinary nursing

I am a qualified Vet nurse with 3 years of experience working in a small animal clinic and am now looking to broaden my horizon and learn new skills. 

I am experienced in surgical nursing, medical procedures and diagnostics, hospital patient care, anaesthetic monitoring, Blood work, IV placement, patient consultation as well as customer service. I have a keen interest in medical and surgical procedures as well as diagnostics. I am also interested in learning about emergency medicine and working with specialist clinics. I work well in fast paced environments and remain calm under pressure.

I’m open to work for 2-3 weeks at a time as I am still new to locum work and preferably in Victoria for the next 12 months. If you have any questions about myself or my work please contact me. 


Lucy, Australia-Wide (posted 19th February) UK Qualified & Experienced Vet Nurse

My name is Lucy, 31yrs old and a full time RVN here in England. I completed a level 3 diploma, DipVN, in 2019 and have completed 15hrs CPD and paid annual fees every year to maintain on the register. 

I have worked in a variety of practices throughout studency and qualification, such as, a busy 1st opinion practice with a wide range of medical and surgical cases, a referral centre who accepts a huge case load of opthalmology and surgical patients. I have also worked in New Zealand for 6 months at an equine practice called Vet Associates. 

I am a confident and competent RVN who is always willing to go the extra mile for patients and super keen to learn new skills every day. 

I am looking to either relocate or find a suitable contract, to Australia to continue my career. I would need visa assistance as I have already used my WHV rights many years ago when travelling.

I am hoping to find a practice where I can continue to improve my clinical skills and work directly with patients. I enjoy all aspects of practice so open to offers at the moment.

Lyndall Graham, Concord & Surrounds, NSW (posted 16th February) Trainee Cert II Vet Nurse

I am seeking a Student Placement in a clinical setting.

I am a 56 years young, fit, mature, with loads of life experience, both in areas of employment and vocation. I’ve worked in teams and have been self employed, am a self starter, and a confident initiator. I’m sensible, reliable, and have exemplary communication skills.

Much of my previous work has been a crossover between people and animals; I’ve encountered people and their companion animals, been involved with ‘pets as therapy’ programs, and as a Social Worker, had some responsibility for people in unfortunate situations who needed assistance with their beloved pets.

Currently I volunteer with the Sydney Dogs and Cats Home, however, they do not cater for clinical student placements.

I am an asset to anyone considering having a student at their clinic, to keep the wonderful work of animal care and advocacy rolling.

I look forward to meeting you.

Lyndall Graham
Art Therapist and Social Worker, aspiring Veterinary Nurse.

0403 341 992

Elicia Smith, Western Sydney areas, NSW (posted 9th February) Experienced Veterinary Nurse

I am currently looking for some locum or casual work in south western Sydney. I am an experienced nurse that is skilled in anesthetic monitoring, IV catheter placement, blood collection, dental scale and polish, IDEXX laboratory equipment and all general nursing duties.

I have used RX Works, covetrus and smart flow software. I have also done work with council pounds where adopting and re-homing animals was a priority.

I am a well presented, compassionate nurse that works quickly and efficiently to complete all duties to the highest standard.

Please contact me if you would like anymore information.


Steve Sandman, Adelaide Hills / Metro & South Australia (posted 8th February) Vet Tech

Hi, I'm Steve,
I am a graduate veterinary technician with a background in paramedicine, service in the ADF and an interest in emergency and mixed practice. 
I am proactive and hard-working, able to integrate into small teams as well as work unsupervised as required. I am confident in all aspects of veterinary nursing and am keen to develop my knowledge and skills further to become a more rounded and proficient veterinary technician.

I am available for casual or part-time work in the Adelaide Hills/metro areas, as well as locum work around regional/outback South Australia.
I value a positive workplace culture with a focus on ongoing training and development for team members.

If you are seeking staff on a casual/locum basis and would like to get in touch, please feel free to contact me via the email or mobile below.

0401 026 846

Liana Piggott, Australia Wide (posted 25th January) Vet Nurse seeking locum/casual work from mid February

Hello, My names Liana and I’m a Veterinary Nurse from New Zealand. I am looking for locum/casual work in Australia.
I am available from mid-February onwards.

I am flexible on location and open to different arrangements and timeframes. Accommodation would be a bonus but not essential.

I have 3 years of experience in a busy GP clinic, working in hospital, surgery, non-sterile, reception and consult nurse roles.

My skills include:

I’m a laidback, calm person who works well in team and thrives in busy or stressful situations. I am very keen to learn new skills and have new experiences.

Feel free to contact me to see my CV or ask any questions.



André Krieck, Australia Wide (posted 23rd January) Equine Nurse

Hello everyone,
My name is Andre. I'm an experienced Equine Verinary in Brazil who is planning to relocate to Australia. I'm looking for a full-time, permanent position as an equine nurse while I go through the long process of becoming a fully registered/licensed vet. If you would like any further information please don't hesitate to contact me. It will be a pleasure to speak to you and send you my resume.
Kind regards
André Massahiro Teramoto Krieck

Natasha Murray, Perth South WA (posted 22nd January) Qualified Vet Nurse

My name is Natasha, I'm a newly qualified and registered vet nurse with a deep love for animals and a commitment to providing exceptional care. Whether it's clinical nursing, surgical support, or emergency situations, I'm ready to lend a helping paw!

I am located in Rockingham and looking for work south of Perth with availability 7days a week. I've got a keen eye for detail, a calm demeanour in stressful situations, and I'm a team player who's always eager to learn and grow.

If you're looking for a passionate and reliable vet nurse to join your clinic, let's connect and discuss how I can contribute to your team.


Phone: 0416679662

Dannielle, Logan & Surrounds, QLD (posted 17th January) Qualified & Experienced Vet Nurse/Receptionist

I am a 2014 qualified and experienced Certificate IV Veterinary nurse, I've just taken 2 years off nursing to have my 2 children and I am now looking to return to the workforce.

My available days are Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and alternating weekends however I am flexible and can change childcare if needed.

If you would like to view my resume please email and I will send it through to you.

Kellie Whitechurch, Melbourne VIC. (posted 11th January) Qualified & Experienced Veterinary Nurse

Hi there, I'm Kellie.

I am a fully qualified Veterinary Nurse with 7 years in-clinic experience ranging from fast paced General Practice to Emergency and Wildlife Nursing. 

My skill set includes surgical nursing, anaesthetic monitoring, nurse consultation, IV catheter placement, blood sample collection, in house pathology, fear-free animal handling, triage & reception duties.

I am available for casual / locum work in the Melbourne area, preferably in the inner city / northern suburbs. 

I highly value a positive workplace culture with a focus on ongoing training and development for team members.

If you are seeking nursing staff on a casual / locum basis and would like to get in touch please feel free to contact me at:

Annelisse, Brisbane QLD (posted 2nd January) Qualified & Experienced Part Time/Locum Vet Nurse 

To Potential Employers 

Hi, My Name is Annelisse, and I am a qualified veterinary nurse with a certificate in emergency and critical care through ACVN in the Brisbane area. I started as a cert III in veterinary nursing in mid-2012 through QLD TAFE with 6 months of work experience at RSPCA at Wacol then from 2014-2018 I did my cert 4 with Open College and finished with High Distinction.  Since mid-2018 I have been a locum veterinary nurse for a few different veterinary clinics before I landed my current part-time position as a veterinary nurse in January 2023 in a reproductive clinic but I am willing to be a locum nurse. I am looking for a clinic that will help me to upskill my skills, but I did a short course in catheterizing with ACVN in 2018 apart haven’t put it into practice from that.

I am confident in all aspects of nursing and willing to expand my knowledge. I am looking for a nursing position for 15-20 hours a week. As a locum veterinary nurse, I am willing to do any number of hours around Brisbane from the Caboolture area to the Logan area and Darra area as I have an open license and own a reliable car. As a qualified veterinary nurse, I have assisted in various medical and surgical veterinary nursing procedures. I can work autonomously or in a team situation.

I can multi-task as well as prioritise when the need arises.  I have great attention to detail as well as a priority to help maintain a high standard of hygiene in the hospital/clinic. I can communicate effectively with both the veterinarians and the veterinary staff. I am looking forward to hearing from you to discuss any potential position or do some locuming within your clinic. 

My contact email address is


Lauren, Northern Melbourne VIC (posted 2nd January) Qualified & Experienced Vet Nurse

Hi There , I'm Lauren.

I'm a cert IV qualified vet nurse with experience in all aspects of clinical and surgical nursing. 

I have a zoology degree and have been working with exotic species, zookeeping  for the last 5 years and have experience with wildlife, exotics and domestic animals as well as team and animal management. 

I run my own mobile vet nursing business where I do nurse consultations in the comfort of the pets own home. 

I am friendly and well organised, I thrive off human and animal interactions and am very coachable. 

I am available part time, Ideally Mondays, Friday and some Saturdays. Located in the Northern Suburbs of Melbourne. 

Please feel free to get in touch for references and my rates.

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