Weekend Hospital Veterinarian

Are you looking for an additional income? Wanting to pick up a shift once a week or once a month?

Veterinary Specialist Services Underwood is now delivering gold standard inpatient care 24 hours a day. We are seeking compassionate vet nurses with an interest in internal medicine, to work on a casual basis during weekends and after hours. Don’t be frightened by the prospect of specialist nursing, these roles can deliver good job satisfaction with being able to develop your nursing skills and learn on a daily basis

About the role 

Veterinary Specialist Services Underwood is looking for a number of skilled casual nurses to fulfill our weekends and afterhours shift as an inpatient care nurse. Are you already working in a clinic, but looking to improve on your advanced nursing skills? We are happy to provide training, roster around current work schedules so you can keep your GP role and support you in your career goals 


While you will love it here

Although we are a large team with a wide and varied case load,  we very much work hard to achieve a positive work environment. The nurses here very much enjoy the responsibility this roles brings, including skills and knowledge 


Our ideal applicant 

  • Certificate 4 in Veterinary Nursing, or Veterinary Technician Degree with at least 3 years clinical experience 

  • Strong work ethic and a positive can do attitude 

  • Be committed to providing high standards of clinical care 

  • Strong problem solving, solution focused and good organisational skills 

  • Commitment to workplace culture and wellbeing of the team 

  • Love learning and aspire to develop and refine new skills 


If you are a qualified veterinary nurse with a few years clinical experience, a good team player and keen to learn new skills, then we are waiting to hear from you 



Please submit your CV and a cover letter to us at HR@vss.net.au 


To express your interest in this position give us a call on 07 3841 7011 or complete the form below. We welcome the opportunity to meet and discuss this role with you further.




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