Vet Nurses seeking work

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

Okediji Adeola Sunday, Worldwide (posted 4th April) Veterinary Technician/Nurse

My name is Okediji Adeola Sunday, I’m from Nigeria and I’m currently working as a veterinary technician in Qatar, I am excited to apply for the Veterinary Technician/Nurse position at any esteemed veterinary clinic. With a solid foundation in animal care and a deep passion for animal health, I am confident in my ability to make a meaningful contribution to your team.

My experience as a veterinary technician, combined with my knowledge of medical procedures, patient care, and a genuine empathy for animals (Fear Free Certified), has prepared me to excel in this role. I am skilled in assisting with surgeries, administering medications, and providing compassionate support to both pets and their owners. My dedication to maintaining a clean and organized clinic environment ensures optimal patient care.

I am eager to join any clinic, where I can continue to apply my expertise in veterinary nursing and contribute to the well-being of the animals under your care. I look forward to the opportunity to discuss how my skills and passion align with your clinic’s mission.

I can be contacted by email:

Lara Kazius, Worldwide (posted 22nd January) Qualified & Experienced Vet Nurse

Hi everybody,

My name is Lara Kazius and I am 20 years old (turn 21 in June). I am a veterinary nurse who graduated in June 2023. I am looking for a locum job somewhere around the end of September/ beginning October until December 2024.

About me: at the moment I work in a Hospital & Emergency dog and cat clinic in Melbourne. I worked in an animal clinic in the Netherlands before that for 6 months. I also did an internship in America for two months at a zoo clinic and did a farm internship in England.

My skills: really motivated, eager to learn, communicative, enthusiastic, and more.

Accommodation is a big plus and otherwise help would be really appreciated.

Happy to hear from you, and I could always send my CV and recommendation letters if you're interested.

Kind regards,

Lara Kazius

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