The Interviewer’s Guide to Hiring Your Vet Clinic’s New Superhero Congratulations! You’ve received a modest stack of resumes from well-qualified candidates for your open position. You’ve narrowed down your choices to three or four favourites. You’ve got interviews lined up, and you’re anxious to find “the one”. While we always imagine job applicants to be nervous […]
Winning Your Dream Veterinary Job In The First Five Minutes Of The Interview Interviewing for a position at a veterinary clinic or animal health facility can be intimidating – even if you are a seasoned veteran. However, with a little preparation, you can transform the anxiety about your interview into a newfound confidence. Whether you are […]
You’ve likely read the stories, or experienced the reality – small towns, regional cities and rural area veterinary clinics in Australia and abroad are having one heck of a time keeping their clinics staffed, much less finding “heirs” to step in when they’re ready to retire. One of the key challenges for veterinary practices outside […]
You’re familiar with this scenario: You and your partner are at the cinemas, where you bump into their new colleague. They introduce you: “This is my partner, Dr. Biscuitpockets, a Veterinarian.” You brace yourself for one of two inevitable reactions. “Oh, how wonderful to spend your whole day with kittens and puppies!” …or…”I can’t imagine. […]
Five years into any career, a professional might take some time to reflect on what they’ve learned, how their job has impacted their worldview, and how they’ve managed to balance their work responsibilities and social or family obligations. You, as a veterinarian, don’t need to be told the importance of self-evaluation. After all, as technology […]
Before you post that Vet Job you need make some decisions about what it is you are looking for in an ideal Veterinarian. Planning for that transition will make the hire a successful one for everyone.
This Job Ad is a sample we have prepared here at Vet & Pet Jobs based on our article “How To Write The Perfect Veterinary Job Ad” by Matt Lee.
How to Boost Morale in Your Veterinary Nurse Team Working in the veterinary industry can sometimes feel like a love-hate relationship. Long days in the summer and slow days in winter can make for ups and downs that can leave veterinary nurses feeling low. As a practice manager for a veterinary clinic it become your […]
Signs It’s Time to Find a New Vet Job Working as a veterinarian is one of the most reward jobs there is. Of course, it can also be the most frustrating job. When your job satisfaction is based on more than your skills and the patients you’re seeing, it can be challenging to stay in […]