Ready to join our team? We’re looking for a

Emergency and Critical Care Veterinarian Induction Position

Position:

Emergency and Critical Care Veterinarian Induction Position

Work Type:

FULL TIME, PART TIME, CASUAL

About the role:

If you love a supportive environment focused on helping you become an amazing vet…this position might be fore you!

Due to our passion in Emergency and Critical Care, we have developed comprehensive training programs to suit any vet— from experienced general practice backgrounds to new graduates. It is designed specifically to help you become a confident, competent and highly skilled veterinarian who can tackle any manner of medical or surgical situation seen in after-hours emergency referral hospitals.

We want to invest heavily in your clinical and professional development so that you can attain a fulfilling career. We are certain you will find it to be a life-changing experience!

The role:

We are seeking permanent part-time, full-time OR casual vets to join our team!

Our aim is to get your confidence and competence levels up in a supported environment so that you can stand side by side the rest of our experienced veterinary team at the triage bench.

You are enrolled in the ‘AES Accelerated Emergency Program‘ designed to get you up and running in 4 months. As an AES Veterinarian, you will get access to additional monthly tutorials not available to other program participants AND you become a part of a structured mentoring and coaching program with a trained veterinary mentor both on and off shift to help your transition into becoming an emergency veterinarian.

Additional training and clinical resources provided include:

  • Monthly real-life Surgery Training days where you are taught anaesthetics and surgical principles in a safe learning environment.
  • Consult Room Mastery program, created by the Vet Success Academy – 10 hours of training that provides you with the tools and strategies to get you feeling confident in the consult room.
  • Vet Vault Clinical Podcast provided by Vet Vault, this clinical podcast is covering the fundamentals and what’s new in the fields of internal medicine, emergency and critical care, surgery, and more.

The induction phase of your emergency career with AES is dependent on you. It can range from 4 weeks to 6 months and remuneration during this training phase is 70k/year + super. Once you graduate from your induction phase, you join our consulting vet roster and transition to a ProSal salary arrangement (base compensation PLUS percentage of production), depending on the vet, salary increases to $80k-130k/year.

The benefits:

  • Annual salary between $80 – $130k + 10% super (based on experience)
  • Enjoy health and wellness consultations, fitness challenges and fun team activities
  • Experience work-life harmony
  • A fun, collaborative and fully supportive team that mentor and develop you for greater heights. Work hard and play hard together!
  • Transition seamlessly to emergency with ‘buddy’ shifts, accredited Accelerated Learning Program, CPD workshops, webinars and more!
  • Work alongside an experienced veterinarian for the duration of your internship phase.

Don’t just take our word for it! Here’s what one of our vets had to say:

‘I joined AES in May 2017 after working in general practice sine 2013…I brought with me a wealth of experience but didn’t realise how much more I could do in simple stabilisation, triage and diagnostics. The accelerate program helped me understand the difference…A big difference you will find at AES is that there is always someone to call for advice and opportunities for further education.’ – Amelia, Senior Veterinarian

To enquire, as questions or to send a CV please apply below.

About you:

August 3, 2021
BNWVET2011

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