Interested in learning more about surgery and the path to specialisation?

WAVES surgical group is offering a 12 month surgical internship starting January 2020.

The position entails working within the Small Animal Surgery team under the guidance of our specialist surgeon, registrar and resident.  You would be involved in all aspects of surgical case management including general anaesthesia, diagnostic work ups and patient treatments. You would also have close interaction with our other specialists in the fields of emergency and critical care, radiology, anaesthesiology, dermatology and internal medicine. The position aims to help the successful candidate to further their knowledge, skills and hopefully future career.

Applicants must be enthusiastic and energetic with a positive attitude to work and learning. It is important that you are able to work closely and harmoniously with others. A minimum of one year’s prior experience in small animal practice and the desire to complete or prior completion of membership examinations with the ANZCVS are expected. You would also be supported in attending journal club and encouraged to complete a publication during the internship.

Remuneration is based upon experience. This is a fixed one year position.

Applications, including a cover letter and your curriculum vitae, should be forwarded to Aaron Moles at aaron@wavets.com.au. Applications close on the 23rd  October 2019.

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