Veterinarian – Australia (Roma) Maranoa Veterinary Surgery is seeking a full time Veterinarian to join their rural mixed practice. In order to apply for this role you should possess a 491 VISA or our client can sponsor a 482 Visa. Why our client? Our clients practice is based in Roma is in the beautiful outback of Australia , specifically in South West Queensland and is home to the largest cattle selling complex in the southern hemisphere. It’s a mid-sized country town with all necessary shops and sporting facilities. Roma is also home to the famous Roma Cup, Dachshund Day/ Running of the Weiners and Easter in the Country Festival. Carnarvon Gorge is only a 2.5 hour drive away making for a perfect weekend away or day trip and there are daily flights to Brisbane (50mins) for city weekend getaways and easy conference access with Roma local reduced pricing. If you love treating a variety of species, a varied caseload and enjoy rural living, then follow the prompts to apply … Qualifications & Experience: Education: Bachelor of Veterinary Science (BVSc) Min 2 years working experience Job Summary: Our client’s ideal veterinarian will have a positive attitude, be eager to learn and contribute to the business, and love servicing their clients, pets and livestock as much as they do. They should have a minimum of 2 years’ experience, be able to perform routine dog and cat neuters, basic surgical procedures and possess competent consultation skills to ensure clear communication and sound advice on diagnostic and treatment options. The rest of the skills we can help you develop. The practice services approx. 65% companion animals, 25% beef cattle (calving’s, pregnancy diagnosis, BBSE, prolapses and more), 10% equine, sheep, goats and other. With many excellent clients there is opportunity to explore diagnostic challenges or refer when required. The practice is well equipped, and they pride themselves on providing the highest standard of veterinary care possible: such as Vet scan biochemistry, overnight Idexx turnaround, Abaxis 3000 microscope with camera, 5 infusion pumps, cage camera monitoring, RX works, digital x-ray, both equine and small animal ultrasound, equine power float, separate cat ward, and an equine facility with crush, stables and surgery yard. For our large animal work a well-equipped, purpose designed, tidy work ute is offered to ensure quality service to their clients further afield. How you can make a difference: Maintaining animal health by diagnosing and treating diseases and injuries. Determining the nature of disease or injury by examining pets and/or large animals. Restoring animal health by treating animals surgically or medically. Preventing rabies, brucellosis, and other disorders by testing animals and providing inoculations. Promoting health of animals by advising animal owners about sanitation measures, feeding, and general care. Documenting actions by completing and updating forms, reports, and animal records and reporting diseases to public health officials. Enhancing practice reputation by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests, exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments. Treating, and prevent an array of animal diseases and illnesses Conducting tests and observations to provide a proper diagnoses Perform operations and provide therapy or other treatments to heal animal injury Communicating with animal owners to answer questions and educate them on situations and treatment plans Heading out into the field to inspect and treat livestock and their living conditions when required Conducting research and development to advance the veterinary medicine field Collaborating with veterinary assistants and other staff to provide top-notch care to customers Work Hours & Environment: The practice offers full out of hours services, so 1:3 afterhours is required, however afterhours workload is fairly light, has great nurse support and you will be rewarded with a long weekend the following weekend. Their supportive team is small and close knit whilst this ensures you are not just another vet in a big practice, you can follow up your cases and know and care for your own clients and become a loved community member. 4 weeks paid holiday leave and 1 weeks paid conference leave. Additional Information: Our client is willing and able to take on 2 vets so a husband & wife team or good friends may also wish to apply and be able to work together. The owner has 13 years veterinary experience and 9 years of experience in this region and is more than willing to impart any veterinary knowledge and local information than will assist the new veterinarian. They have fantastically, friendly and loyal clients that value the local veterinarians. They have a diverse community with a number of other South-Africans in their region- one is willing to chat with any applicants re: why she loves living in their region and why it's been the best move for her and her family after moving there about 10 years ago Call to action: Don't wait, apply now so this is a fantastic opportunity.