Consultant: Adam Gould
Job Status: Permanent / Full Time
Internship: Small Animal Medicine 12-18 months
• Kick start your career in Internal Medicine
• Work with a leading team of specialists in our flagship hospital
• Challenging, supportive and encouraging workplace
• Excellent remuneration and benefits on offer
Our client is a well-established group of specialist veterinary hospitals. They offer a wide range of specialist services and provide 24-hour emergency and critical care through our facilities in NSW, ACT, QLD, VIC and SA. The clinic is supported by a range of specialist services including internal medicine; surgery; oncology; ophthalmology; behavioural medicine; exotics and avian; diagnostic imaging; and emergency and critical care. Their team is supported by the latest equipment including in house diagnostic laboratory, radiography, ultrasound, fluoroscopy, digital endoscopy, ECG, CT, MRI and stereotactic radiation.
Due to their rapidly expanding organisation they now have an exciting opportunity for ambitious and dynamic individuals to take on a Medicine Internship commencing as soon as possible.
You will work predominantly under the guidance and mentorship of their internal medicine specialists, as well as more broadly within their team of professional veterinarians and expert nursing staff. You will also have close involvement with their other departments.
Interns are expected to participate in daily rounds, journal club meetings and case presentations. They will be encouraged to complete a published work during their internship and will be supported in the completion of ANZCVS medicine membership examination.
What we can offer
This internship offers an outstanding opportunity for a highly motivated, hardworking, experienced and professional individual to work and learn in a busy and friendly referral hospital team. It provides the perfect opportunity for individuals wishing to pursue future specialist training in small animal medicine, preparation for ANZCVS small animal medicine membership examinations or to simply expand their knowledge and experience for general practice. Previous interns have continued on to residency positions worldwide.
Candidates must be eligible for veterinary registration at least in NSW, have at least 1-2 years of clinical experience, excellent communication skills and a strong knowledge base on which to build. The position includes 4 weeks annual leave and 1 week study leave.