With everything happening around the world, now is the time to make the move that you have been thinking about and come to beautiful Australia!
SASH (Small Animal Specialist Hospital) is excited to announce the development of a third purpose-built specialist veterinary hospital in Adelaide, South Australia, due to open in the second half of 2021.
We are currently recruiting for our new hospital in Adelaide as well as for our existing sites in NSW.
SASH was established in Sydney in 2007 with a second hospital opening on the Central Coast of New South Wales in 2017. SASH employs over 70 specialists and 230 vets, nurses, and service support professionals. We are privileged to care for over 18,000 pets and their families each year. SASH offers a wide range of specialist services including Anaesthesia, Avian & Exotics, Cardiology, Dermatology, Internal Medicine, Neurology/Neurosurgery, Medical and Radiation Oncology, Ophthalmology, Pathology, Physiotherapy, Radiology, Reproduction Medicine, Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation, Surgery and a renowned 24-hour Emergency and Critical Care department.
Experience is mandatory. Residency trained-board eligible or boarded specialist preferred. In addition to your excellent clinical and communication skills, you will need to be a people oriented person, who is willing to support and guide your colleagues.
What are you waiting for – come and join the team at SCVS!
The Internal Medicine Position
SASH Adelaide is looking for enthusiastic and dedicated Internal Medicine specialists to join the Internal Medicine team. You will work in a growing multidisciplinary setting alongside colleagues in Surgery, Internal Medicine and Emergency and Critical Care, whilst also having the opportunity to collaborate with the extensive network of SASH specialists.
Candidates for this position must:
- Value a hospital culture of inclusivity, empathy and teamwork.
- Be eligible to register as a veterinarian in South Australia and be qualified as a specialist in small animal Internal Medicine (i.e. Fellow (ANZCVS) or Diplomate (ACVIM, ECVIM-CA)), or have completed an approved residency training program in small animal Internal Medicine and be eligible to sit for certification examination.