Veterinary hospitals, clinics and specialist or emergency practices in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong, China, Malaysia, Vietnam, Japan, Taiwan and most Asian countries are very open to the prospect of employing Veterinarians, Veterinary Nurses and Veterinary Technicians from other countries and regions, both within Asia Pacific, as well as from UK, Europe, Canada, USA and more.
Each country within the area we refer to as our Australia+New Zealand+Asia Region has a wide diversity of immigration processes ranging from skills assessments to work visa rules, regulations and sponsorship criteria. Vet & Pet Jobs is not a recruitment agency or immigration agency and we are not able to provide any specific advice in relation to the likelihood of a successful application or the steps to achieve acceptance in any country. The information provided is merely to assist potential veterinary immigrants with an initial reliable resource to start your journey.
Australasian Veterinary Board Council Inc
- The AVBC has been specified, in accordance with the Migration Regulations 1994, as the assessing authority for the occupation “Veterinarian” (ANZSCO Code 234711). If your nominated occupation is “veterinarian”, the AVBC is the only relevant assessing authority that can issue you with an assessment of your skills and qualifications to determine if they are suitable for the occupation of veterinarian for migration purposes. AVBC will assess your skills as “suitable” or “not suitable” for your nominated occupation against the requirements it has established.
Department of Home Affairs
- If you want to go to Australia to work you will need a visa that suits the work you intend to do.
Veterinary Council of New Zealand
- All people working as veterinarians in New Zealand must by law (Veterinarians Act 2005) be registered with the Veterinary Council of New Zealand and hold a current practising certificate
New Zealand Immigration
- Discover why New Zealand is not just a great place to work but how we Kiwis enjoy life outside of work, which we call work-life balance. It is also a fantastic environment to bring up children as well as feeling safe and secure.
- Hong Kong
Here at Vet & Pet Jobs, our vet jobs Campaigns reach across the complete range of veterinary jobs – Veterinarian jobs, Emergency Veterinarian jobs, Veterinary Nurse jobs, Locum Veterinarian jobs and many more. Browse by job type, state or city and click through to each Job Campaign for all the details plus each one has a quick video to help you drill down to the key elements in each veterinary job to help you decide on which ones to apply for.
Job Seekers can register and create daily or weekly Job Alerts to notify you when new career opportunities are posted. So, whether you are looking for veterinary jobs in Brisbane, Queensland or Sydney, NSW or Canberra, ACT or Melbourne, Victoria or Hobart, Tasmania or Adelaide, South Australia or Perth West Australia or Darwin, Northern Territory and all points in between, as well as across all of New Zealand, you can find the best veterinary jobs for your next career step.
And for Veterinary Hospitals and Vet Clinics, you can find the best veterinary professionals – GP Veterinarians, Emergency Vets, Associate Vets, Vet Nurses and Relief Vets and Nurses – across Australia and New Zealand and build your team – register and post your Job Campaign today.