Specialist or Registrar: Veterinary Medical Oncology
QVS is Australia’s longest established, privately owned 24/7 specialist hospital. Based across two sites with plans to grow. We are committed to providing compassionate, progressive, evidence-based care that supports the animal-human bond. We are a diverse group of specialists, emergency vets, nurses, technicians and support professionals that are committed to working collaboratively to provide compassionate veterinary expertise 24/7. Current disciplines include internal medicine, surgery, emergency and critical care, diagnostic imaging, theriogenology, dermatology, anaesthesia and cardiology with immediate plans to expand our services.
Situated in South East Queensland, Brisbane offers an ideal lifestyle with easy access to the Sunshine Coast and the Gold Coast. Queensland's capital boasts great places to live, relax, and play, from the city to the country, the beach to the rainforests. Enjoy short commutes, excellent schools, and a relaxed living environment in a city known for its easy-going people.
We have an exciting opportunity for specialists or registrars in veterinary medical oncology to join our hospital, which already has an established case load. We take pride in our commitment to advancing veterinary oncology care. Within our state-of-the-art hospital, we have a dedicated oncology suite which is designed to provide comprehensive and compassionate treatment for our patients.
In addition to our oncology suite, our radiology department plays a crucial role in supporting the comprehensive care we provide. Our experienced radiologists and cutting-edge imaging technology ensure a thorough workup and precise case development for each patient.
QVS is committed to growing a team and oncology services and you will have the opportunity to influence the recruitment of veterinarians, the nursing team and contribute to the design of the intern and residency training programs for this service.
Collaboration is ingrained in our approach. Our team works closely across all disciplines to ensure a comprehensive understanding of each patient's condition, fostering an environment of shared knowledge and expertise.
- A values-driven, high-performance culture that results in a collaborative, enjoyable and supportive work environment
- Generous allowances including up to 8 weeks paid leave for those looking to sit Board exams
- Market leading remuneration and benefits package including a pathway to equity
- Financial assistance with relocation support
- Sponsorship for suitably qualified overseas applicants with a pathway to permanent residency
Requirements of the Role:
- Board qualified specialist in Medical Oncology or a registrar planning to sit for boards (Fellow ANZCVS or Diplomate ACVIM or ECVIM)
How to Get in Touch?
If you are a registered specialist or registrar in small animal veterinary medical oncology looking to join a dynamic team at the forefront of veterinary care, QVS welcomes your application.
For a confidential discussion, contact CEO Kris Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org.