What We Can Offer You
Lincoln Veterinary Centre are looking for a full-time permanent veterinary surgeon to join their dynamic and forward-thinking team.
Based in stunning Port Lincoln; land of unspoilt beaches and amazing natural landscapes, imagine spending your time-off diving with great whites, swimming with seals or schools of tuna. If you’re a land-lover, you can sit back on the coast and enjoy our famous locally produced wine along with some of the most amazing sea food in the world.
We are a highly skilled & energetic team of vets and nurses passionate about educating our clients to ensure an exemplary standard of health and well-being for their pets.
Lincoln Vet is a modern clinic set in the heritage listed Ravendale House in Port Lincoln. Built in 1842, the beautifully appointed Ravendale House was originally built as a residence of quality for Her Majesty Queen Victoria’s Colonial Officers. Although the facade of the house remains untouched, extensive renovations were undertaken to build a purpose built, architecturally designed veterinary clinic with modern facilities and surgical equipment.
This position offers a negotiable base salary range of $60,000 – $85,000 (pro rata for part-time), dependant on the suitable applicant’s skills and experience. Whilst we seek to source applicants who meet the above criteria and skill set, alternative applicant’s may still be considered. In these cases, the base salary is subject to change to suit.
We are also happy to offer 457 sponsorship, immigration and relocation support for the right international candidate with Australia recognised qualifications.
‘The staff of LVC are some of the most professional, skilled, work-family oriented, fun loving, hard working and down to earth people you will ever work with. As a recent graduate I was confronted with difficult cases, but if you are confident and gives things a go, you will be supported and the benefits to your career development are immeasurable. ‘
‘I was drawn to apply for the job by the intrigue of Port Lincoln and fell in love with the sheer beauty of the Eyre Peninsula’s Natural environment. Unique opportunities and lots of variety, like working with indigenous communities, some aquaculture work with abalone farmers and outbreak investigation work with sheep farmers were standout experiences for me. ‘ – Dr Daniel Brookes