District Veterinarian (2 Roles), Local Land Services, NSW Department of Industry, Berry and Goulburn NSW


Applications close:  Sunday 20 May 2018

  • Two Permanent (ongoing) roles available in Berry and Goulburn
  • Work within a supportive, forward-thinking team delivering frontline community services
  • District Veterinarians Level 1 ‚Äď 4 $ 75,476 –¬† $118,419 pro rata + super & leave loading

About the Role

This is an exciting opportunity to provide frontline field delivery of animal biosecurity and welfare services from the flock and herd veterinary perspective. The successful candidate would be responsible for a variety of activities, ranging from investigating disease events on property in relation to implementing strategies on prevention, preparedness and detection of animal diseases to collaborating with biosecurity teams and providing education and information to the wider community about animal welfare issues and the role of the Local Land Services.

Essential Requirements

  • Degree in Veterinary Science registrable in NSW and registration with the NSW Veterinary Practitioners Board.
  • Experience in large animal welfare, husbandry and medicine with knowledge of epidemiology.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of the impact of biosecurity threats on communities, agriculture and natural environment including current approaches to field biosecurity service delivery and animal welfare.
  • Current drivers license and willingness to travel

The successful candidate will be required to undertake a health assessment and criminal record check prior to any offer of employment as a District Veterinarian. Other pre-employment checks may also apply prior to an offer of employment being made.

Applying for the Role

For more information about the role, please contact Aaron Smith, Local Manager, South East Local Land Services on 0429 003 288 you can also click here to view the role description.

If you wish to apply for the role, please attach a copy of your CV (maximum five pages) along with a one – two-page cover letter describing how your experience relates to the role. Applications should be submitted through the I work for NSW Website – here

Applications close:  Sunday 20 May 2018

A talent pool may be created from this recruitment action for ongoing and temporary roles of the same standard that may become available for filling over the next twelve months.

The NSW Department of Industry is an inclusive workplace which promotes diversity and flexible working arrangements.

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