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Veterinarian – Emergency and Critical Care


Veterinarian - Emergency and Critical Care

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About the role:

Looking for a role that will allow you to take the next great step in your career? Fun culture… Brilliant training… And great rewards?

Become a part of our Animal Emergency Service Tanawha family.

We are seeking Permanent Part-time, Full-time, OR Casual Emergency Vets to join our team on the wonderful Sunshine Coast. 
Our company is growing, and we want you!! 
As a member of our veterinary team, you would be provided both on-the-job and external training to help you provide excellent Emergency and Critical Care to your patients. You would be supported by an amazing team of vet nurses, specialist trained client care representatives, and a managerial team dedicated to helping you achieve your career goals.
Our team is dedicated to career progression and continuing education. All members of our vet team are offered enrolment into the Accelerated Learning Program through Improve International – designed to teach you the fundamentals of Emergency and Critical Care. We have two EMCC specialists within our organisation, four Residents, and an extensive network of experienced clinicians who enjoy training and supporting all team members. We also regularly host vet students from multiple Universities around Australia, so you also be contributing to the next generation of vets.


  • Annual Salary of between $90,000 and $139,000 + 10% super (based on experience)
  • Enjoy health and wellness consultations, fitness challenges, and fun team activities
  • Experience work-life harmony
  • A fun, collaborate 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, and webinars, and more!

Be part of the Sunshine Coast community and provide world-class care for animals in emergency and critical care

About you:

We require all of our veterinarians to have:

  • A veterinary degree recognised within Australia and registered with the Vet Surgeons Board.
  • A passion for providing excellent patient care, a desire to work as part of a team, and a drive for continuing education.
  • Outstanding relationship-building skills and communication skills.

To apply for this role please apply below OR call Tee Rinaldi on 0428 925 040 for a confidential discussion.

September 8, 2021

Get to know your future colleagues.

Ali Stewart

Practice Manager

Ali Stewart is the Practice Manager at Animal Emergency Service Tanawha, located on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast. Describing her appointment within the animal industry as ‘through pure luck and determination’, Ali always wanted the opportunity to work with dedicated veterinary professionals, specifically in the area of critically ill and injured animals....

Dr Rob Webster

Director & Veterinary Specialist

In 2014 Dr Rob Webster became a specialist in veterinary emergency medicine and critical care. Rob has been working full-time as an emergency vet for 14 years, and his training was conducted from 2006 to 2012. His mentors were both world regarded specialists: Dr Steven Haskins (emergency medicine and critical...

Dr Matt Rosen

Hospital Director Tanawha

Dr Rosen graduated from Veterinary Medicine from the University of Queensland in 2005, after completing two other degrees at the same university. After spending 16 months in a rotating internship at Brisbane Veterinary Specialist Centre, he worked briefly in general practice. He then serendipitously fell into an after-hours role and...

Dr Danielle Huston

Veterinary Manager Tanawha

Despite a life-long love for our furry friends, Veterinary Science wasn’t Dr Huston’s first dream. As a young child, she dreamt of becoming a dancer. These dreams were shattered at around 11 years of age by her mother’s statement following a dance recital that she looked like an elephant trumpeting...

Dr Simon Lemin


Dr Simon Lemin graduated from the University of Queensland in 1990 and after seven years in general practice, switched to the challenges and stimulation of emergency practice. He joined forces with Dr Rob Webster to establish Animal Emergency Service in 2005 when the pair purchased the emergency hospital they were...

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