The position is responsible for the delivery of safe anaesthesia to inpatients across all services in U-Vet, working as part of a team within the broader U-Vet organisation. The incumbent is required to undertake and perform all tasks and duties associated with high standard delivery of anaesthesia to animals, including horses. The incumbent is required to undertake and perform all tasks and duties in a timely and proficient manner, whilst upholding the optimal standard of veterinary nursing care; displaying professionalism, enthusiasm, initiative and integrity
Completion of a relevant certificate III and/or demonstrated veterinary nursing experience in a veterinary practice working confidently with large animals. Demonstrated organisational skills with the ability to meet deadlines and effectively balance competing demands in a professional manner. Excellent verbal and interpersonal communication skills with the capacity and confidence to deal professionally with a diverse range of people at all levels. Excellent written communication skills that enable the consistent and timely preparation of all patient notes, correspondence, and tasks to a highstandard, with demonstrated ability to maintain a high level of accuracy and attention to detail. High level of flexibility, enthusiasm, initiative and a willingness to learn new skills and take on new tasks, as required. Capacity to work effectively as a part of a multi-disciplinary team on a flexible roster. Demonstrated desire and drive to pursue professional and personal development. Demonstrated ability to anticipate and prepare what may be required by veterinarians attending to patients in a variety of procedures. Demonstrated ability to work under general direction within a busy environment
About us Careers Jobs Current opportunities at Melbourne VETERINARY NURSE (ANAESTHESIA) Job no: 0032378 Work type: Continuing Location: Werribee Division/Faculty: Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences Department/School: Melbourne Veterinary School Salary: $56,270 - $62,130 (HEW 3) Role & Superannuation rate: Professional - Full time - 17% super The position is responsible for the delivery of safe anaesthesia to inpatients across all services in U-Vet, working as part of a team within the broader U-Vet organisation. The incumbent is required to undertake and perform all tasks and duties associated with high standard delivery of anaesthesia to animals, including horses. The incumbent is required to undertake and perform all tasks and duties in a timely and proficient manner, whilst upholding the optimal standard of veterinary nursing care; displaying professionalism, enthusiasm, initiative and integrity. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Upholding and adhering to Hospital policies, procedures, standards and etiquette Providing high standards, and oversight, of patient care Operating and storing equipment in accordance with approved operating procedures Ensuring stocks and supplies are held at optimal levels Providing continuous improvement in the area of practice Conduct themselves in line with the hospital’s behaviour charter All veterinary nurses are required to oversee student-patient interactions, in conjunction with the veterinarians. An experienced veterinary nurse may teach the practical aspects of patient care to veterinary and veterinary nursing students and play a role in hands-on tuition. The incumbent will be required to provide excellent customer service, and represent U-Vet effectively in interactions with the internal and external community. The position operates under the guidance and supervision of the senior nursing staff and the veterinarians, reporting to the Anaesthesia Coordinator, Veterinary Nurse. The incumbent may be directed to assist in any U-Vet service or area, working within the scope of the level, to the specific requirement of that service. Position Description Advertised: 10 Apr 2019 12:00 AM AUS Eastern Standard Time Applications close: 28 Apr 2019 11:55 PM AUS Eastern Standard Time Apply now Back to search results Refer a friend Share this: | More Send me jobs like these We will email you new jobs that match this search. Great, we can send you jobs like this, if this is your first time signing up, please check your inbox to confirm your subscription. The email address was invalid, please check for errors. You must agree to the privacy statement Subscribe Recaptcha Privacy agreement Search results Position Salary Closes VETERINARY NURSE (ANAESTHESIA) $56,270 - $62,130 (HEW 3) 28 Apr 2019 A challenging and highly rewarding opportunity for a Veterinary Nurse to join the U-Vet Hospital Anaesthesia team in Werribee. Campaigns Loading... Position Salary Closes VETERINARY NURSE (ANAESTHESIA) $56,270 - $62,130 (HEW 3) 28 Apr 2019 A challenging and highly rewarding opportunity for a Veterinary Nurse to join the U-Vet Hospital Anaesthesia team in Werribee. Powered by PageUp Job Alert Applicant log in Job keyword search Work type Continuing 1 Campus Werribee 1 Category Non-Academic Technical, Laboratory & Research Support (Non-Academic) 1 Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences (Non-Academic) 1 Salary $56,270 - $62,130 (HEW 3) 1 University Search Current students Staff Alumni Faculties & graduate schools Maps Library Support the campaign Contact us Jobs Follow us on: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Phone: 13 MELB ( 13 6352 ) International: 61 3 9035 5511 ABN: 84 002 705 224 CRICOS Provider Code: 00116K ( visa information ) Emergency information | Disclaimer and copyright | Accessibility | Privacy Site Map Study at Melbourne Find a course Admissions, fees & applications International students Campus tour Connect with us About us Strategy and leadership Tradition of excellence International connections Campuses and facilities Structure and governance Policy and publications Careers at Melbourne Contact & Maps Enquiries Media Find an expert Campus maps Traffic, parking & bicycles Find a staff member Alumni & friends Benefits & services Give Volunteer 3010: alumni magazine Research Research institutes Find an expert or supervisor Graduate researchers Pursuit: our research showcase Engagement Events Sports facilities Shop Close panel We acknowledge and pay respect to the Traditional Owners of the lands upon which our campuses are situated.
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