Sydney School of Veterinary Science Clinical Residency Program Opportunities

Residency Position in Small Animal Medicine

Veterinary Resident

A position for a resident in small animal medicine is available as part of the clinical residency training program run by the Sydney School of Veterinary Science, University of Sydney. Applications are now open for the position which will commence in March 2018.

This three year, full-time program will enable a successful applicant to fulfil many credentialing requirements for specialist examination by the Australian & New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists and relevant overseas specialist accrediting bodies.

Supervision will be conducted by Australiana and internationally board-certified specialist through completion of a concurrent Master’s program in both coursework and research. A tax exempt stipend of $42,000 pa is available for the most outstanding applicants.

Applications close 10th September 2017

Applicants for this program are required to be veterinarians and must be Australian citizens or permanent residents.

Applicants will require registration of their veterinary degree by the NSW Veterinary Practitioner’s Board and will be expected to have at least three years experience and a veterinary honours degree or equivalent, such as ANZCVS membership in small animal medicine

For an application form and further information
Phone +61 2 8627 6075, email or visit http://sydney.edu.au/vetscience/clinical_residency/.

Residency Position in Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care

Residency Position in Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care

A position for a resident in small animal emergency and critical care is available as part of the clinical residency training program run by the Sydney School of Veterinary Science, University of Sydney. Applications are now open for the position which will commence on 15 January 2018.

This three year, full-time program will enable a successful applicant to fulfil the credentialing requirements for specialist examination by the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care (ACVECC). Direct supervision will be conducted by two ACVECC board-certified specialists, with additional supervision by Australian and internationally-boarded specialists in internal medicine, surgery, anaesthesia, diagnostic imaging, neurology, ophthalmology, and oncology. This program requires completion of a concurrent Master’s program in both coursework and research. A tax exempt stipend of $42,000 pa is available for the most outstanding applicants.

Applications close 6th October 2017. Applicants to the program will initially be evaluated by a panel based on the completed written application and references. Short-listed candidates will be interviewed on 20th October 2017.

Applicants for this program are required to hold a degree in veterinary science and must be eligible for unrestricted registration of their veterinary degree by the NSW Veterinary Practitioner’s Board. Applicants must be Australian citizens or permanent residents.

Applicants must have at least three years experience in emergency and critical care medicine or have completed a rotating internship with at least 40% of rotations with the emergency and critical care service. Additional selection criteria include level of commitment to the program, ability to work effectively in a busy environment, strong interpersonal skills including written and oral communication, and up-to-date understanding of emergency and critical care medicine.

For an application form and further information:
Phone +61 2 93518783, email .