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Animal Eye services – Veterinary Ophthalmology Internship

Veterinary Ophthalmology Intern – Australia

 

Animal Eye services is offering an 18-month Veterinary Ophthalmology Internship starting June/July  2024.

 Animal Eye Services is a 25 year established Specialist Veterinary Ophthalmology Practice in Brisbane, Australia. We are currently growing and adding to our strong team of Specialist Ophthalmologists and Residents. Our veterinarians are supported by a wonderful team of trained Ophthalmology Nurses. We are an independent practice working within a purpose built multi disciplinary specialty hospital with three dedicated surgical suites, ophthalmology diagnostics suite, prep areas and two dedicated consult rooms. We also service branch consulting spaces on the Northside of Brisbane and the Gold Coast. We are seeking a motivated veterinarian to join our team for a full-time 18-month Veterinary Ophthalmology Internship position beginning June or July 2024.

About the role

This 18-month full time internship offers an outstanding opportunity for a highly motivated, hardworking, experienced and professional individual to work and learn in a busy and friendly referral ophthalmology team.

The successful candidate is expected to work 4 days per week and occasional overtime. Interns participate in consultations, minor surgeries and procedures, surgery setups, anaesthesia and monitoring, inpatient treatments, patient discharge, preparing patients for surgeries, postoperative recovery and client communication. Mentorship will be provided by our friendly team of ophthalmologists and you will be expected to engage in self-directed learning such as attending continuing development lectures and independent reading of core texts and journals. During the course of the internship, at least one paper is expected to be written and submitted for publication into a suitable peer reviewed journal.

About you

Candidates must be eligible for veterinary registration in Queensland, possess excellent communication skills, and have a strong work ethic. We have a very positive work based culture and candidates must have excellent interpersonal and teamwork skills with a positive and enthusiastic attitude.

A strong interest in veterinary ophthalmology is essential, and preference may be given to candidates with demonstrated experience and knowledge in the discipline. For example peer reviewed publications, post graduate veterinary ophthalmology courses and  continuing education events, and recognised postgraduate qualifications.

Candidates with at least 3 years of clinical experience will be preferred.

What AES offers

We are a very busy practice with a high surgical caseload and provide gold standard specialist ophthalmology practice in a well equipped and a positive working environment. On the job training and support will be provided in general ophthalmic examination and minor surgical procedures. Remuneration is above award and includes paid attendance to one ophthalmology conference and a personal laptop. We highly value work-life balance and consequently we have no on-call roster, finish on time most days and the occasional overtime (for example for emergency surgeries) includes bonus pay.

To apply please provide a cover letter and curriculum vitae to Dr. James White at animaleye@animaleye.net.au. Your applications should include the name and contact details for three referees.

Closing Date for applications: 19th May 2024.

 

https://www.animaleye.com.au/

Veterinary Ophthalmologist, Animal Eye Care Melbourne

Veterinary Ophthalmologist Opportunity!

Melbourne, Australia! Consistently rated one of the world’s most liveable cities, with leading education, healthcare, safe & family friendly neighbourhoods plus stunning natural beauty.

If you are looking for a career adventure in a leading Ophthalmology hospital in a location that the whole family will love, then we have the opportunity for you!

Animal Eye Care, Melbourne is at the pinnacle of veterinary healthcare, specializing in the forefront of ophthalmological services for animals. Known for our collaborative and compassionate care, innovative treatments, and a deep commitment to the health and well-being of our patients, and we’re expanding our team!

The Opportunity:

We are seeking a passionate and experienced Veterinary Ophthalmologist to join the team at our dedicated ophthalmology-only-practice building in East Malvern, in the leafy suburbs of Melbourne, Australia.

This is a fulltime position as a staff Ophthalmologist who is willing to work in a collaborative environment and assist in the training of our residents, and final year Veterinary Students. Interest in a long-term association with Animal Eye Care is desirable but we would also be open to long-term locum stints.

Eligibility for Veterinary registration in Victoria, Australia is essential. Please contact the clinic for more information on registration requirements.

The Hospital:

Animal Eye Care runs a busy referral-based ophthalmology practice, with a high medical and surgical case load. Patients include companion animals, exotics, and equine cases.

  • Strong focus on continued education: We have weekly rounds/journal club, monthly ocular histopathology for residents, and our practice always strives to have the best and most up to date care for our patients.
  • Strong and efficient communication between our clients and our referring vets, including the use of Galaxy – Animal Intelligence Software
  • Experienced support team: We have dedicated, specialised-trained and motivated nursing team that provide an integral contribution to the practice.
  • The latest technology and specialized equipment: state of the art and up to date equipment and techniques are used to provide the very best services to our clients and their animals. Including but not limited to the latest:
    • Abbott- AMO WhiteStar Phaco machine with Fusion Fluidics
    • Leica ophthalmic operating microscope
    • Dedicated Ultrasound machine
  • Supportive team environment focused on true work-life balance:
    • Flexibility in roster, including a 4-day work week.
    • Limited afterhours roster (no calls after 10pm weeknights and 6pm weekends)
    • Paid parental leave.
    • Access to a range of lifestyle benefits including Wellbeing Gateway Access, fitness passport, Medibank Corporate Health cover and other amazing options!

Embark on a rewarding journey where your expertise will shine and contribute to setting new standards in veterinary ophthalmology.

Apply Now to Join Our Team

Animal Eye Care Melbourne is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating a diverse and inclusive team. We look forward to welcoming you to our family!

For more information or to apply, please send your CV and a cover letter detailing your interest and fit for the role to robin@animaleyecare.com.au and careers@animaleyecare.com.au

www.animaleyecare.com.au

Locum Veterinary Ophthalmologist opportunity in Australia!


Locum Veterinary Ophthalmologist opportunity in Australia!

Are you looking for the next adventure? Are you ready to explore the idyllic beaches and unique lifestyle that only Perth can offer? Are you ready to join a passionate & dedicated team, focused on patient welfare and leading specialist care? We want to hear from you! Perth Animal Eye Hospital is looking for an experienced Veterinary Ophthalmologist for a locum position in the heart of Perth. As the only specialised ophthalmology practice in Western Australia established by Dr Martyn King, Perth Animal Eye Hospital has a strong primary care referral base. There is a large and varied number of medical and surgical cases, purpose-built and with an established and experienced support team of nurses.

The Benefits:
• Opportunity to join and be supported by an established and highly experienced team of ophthalmologists and nurses working to ensure the highest level of patient care.
• Access to a large and diverse medical and surgical caseload with the latest technology and equipment to support.
• Flexibility in roster and shared caseload
• Support with visa application, Australian Veterinary Registration. We will provide you with tailored support package to suit your situation.
• Attractive remuneration package
• Opportunity to explore the East coast of Australia with a secondary locum stint in the leafy suburbs of Melbourne.
• Benefits of the unique Perth lifestyle – think beaches, wine country and Quokkas!

About you:
• Passionate and dedicated to providing leading specialised ophthalmology care.
• Strong communication skills with the ability to maintain positive relationships with general practice referral clinics and clients alike.
• Qualification in Veterinary Science from an accredited institution and eligible to be registered in Western Australia
• A desire for adventure and ready to explore the benefits of working in one of the leading specialised Ophthalmology hospitals in Australia

Join us now for an Aussie adventure!

Perth Animal Eye Hospital is an equal opportunity employer and recognises that diversity is crucial to our success. Whatever your identity and background, if this role sounds like you, then please contact Victoria Nguyen from the Talent Acquisition team on victoria.nguyen@vet.partners or +61422 882 885.

Veterinary Internship in Ophthalmology at The Ralph Veterinary Referral Centre

 

Veterinary Internship in Ophthalmology at The Ralph Veterinary Referral Centre

Are you a veterinary surgeon looking to specialise in Ophthalmology? We are offering an exciting opportunity for an internship in Ophthalmology at ourspecialist UK veterinary referral centre. The Ralph is an independent multidisciplinary specialist referral centre for dogs
and cats located in beautiful Marlow, Bucks, west of London (just off the A404 with easy access from the M4 and M40 motorways). We are looking for a dedicated, enthusiastic veterinary surgeon with a keen interest in Ophthalmology to start a one-year specialist internship at The Ralph VeterinaryReferral Centre. The start date is flexible, and visa sponsorship can be provided. The internship may be extended by mutual agreement. The successful candidate will join our Ophthalmology team, including two ECVO Diplomates, one post-ECVO residency clinician, one intern and threeOphthalmology nurses. As an intern in our Ophthalmology Service, you will have the opportunity to:
● Be involved in all aspects of the Ophthalmology Service
● Your work will be facilitated by full clinician support based on your
experience and development throughout the internship
● Assist with referral consultations, inpatient care, ophthalmic surgeries
(extraocular and intraocular) including ‘scrubbing in’ for cataract
operations
● Gain hands-on experience in referral consultations and minor procedures
(e.g. ocular ultrasound, ERG, diamond burr debridement, TPA injections,
aqueoparacentesis, eyelid tacking, subpalpebral lavage system placement)
● Work collaboratively with the ward nurses and ECC/ICU staff to help with
the care of ophthalmology patients
● Perform ophthalmic examinations for patients from other services, with
support by senior clinicians where required
● Participate in the out-of-hours rota for weeknights and weekends, with
senior clinician support
● Perform in-house presentations
● You will be encouraged to write a case report or similar publication, such as
a Letter to the Editor, to help your development in scientific writing with the
support of the clinician team.

The Ralph is a workplace that focuses on core values, culture, vision and mission. We emphasise kindness, compassion and empathy for all our communities. As an independent hospital, we have the freedom and flexibility to chart our own course. You will be supported during your internship by our Resident/Intern Support Officers with regular check-ins and feedback opportunities.

*To Apply*
Please email sophie.dowdeswell@theralph.vet (PA to Shailen Jasani; Founder, CEO & Clinical Director) to apply or with any questions.
Applications should include an up-to-date CV and a cover letter. You must be an MRCVS, and ideally, you will already be eligible to work in the
United Kingdom. However, we can provide visa sponsorship. If you are passionate about enhancing your skills and knowledge in veterinary
Ophthalmology and want to be part of a team delivering exceptional, compassionate, ethical veterinary care, we would love to hear from you. We will remain open to applications until the position is filled.

Perth Animal Eye Hospital, Australia – Looking for an experienced Veterinary Ophthalmologist

Perth Animal Eye Hospital is looking for an experienced ophthalmologist

to join the dedicated team at their hospital in the heart of Perth, Australia.

The Clinic:
With us, the patient comes first. Perth Animal Eye Hospital is a devoted stand-alone practice with a strong focus on patient welfare and outcome. The clinic is based in the center of Perth with easy access to downtown, idyllic and untouched beach coastline with easy access to renowned regions like Rottnest Island and Margaret River. As the only specialised ophthalmology practice in Western Australia, Perth Animal Eye Hospital has a strong primary care referral base. There is a large and varied number of medical and surgical cases, purpose-built and with an established and experienced support team of nurses. Perth Animal Eye Hospital is at the forefront of ophthalmology care, providing specialist care with the latest technology including specialised microsurgical instrumentation and microscope, ultrasound, phacoemulsification unit and cryosurgery.

About you:
 Passionate and dedicated to providing leading specialised ophthalmology care.
 Strong communication skills with the ability to maintain positive relationships with general
practice referral clinics and clients alike.
 Qualification in Veterinary Science from an accredited institution and eligible to be registered in
Western Australia
 Board certification or eligibility for board certification in Veterinary Ophthalmology
 Interest in a long-term association with Perth Animal Eye Hospital
The Benefits:
 Opportunity to join and be supported by an established and highly experienced team of
ophthalmologists and nurses working to ensure the highest level of patient care.
 Access to a large and diverse medical and surgical caseload with the latest technology and
equipment to support.
 Support to develop own research initiatives.
 Mentorship and training opportunities for our residency program
 Flexibility in roster and shared caseload
 Support with visa application, Australian Veterinary Registration and provide you with tailored
relocation support to suit your situation.

 Attractive remuneration package with flexible paid parental leave program to both eligible
primary and secondary carers.
 Benefits of the unique Perth lifestyle – think beaches, wine country and Quokkas
For more information or a confidential discussion, please contact Victoria Nguyen from the Talent
Acquisition team on victoria.nguyen@vet.partners or 0422 882 885.

Internship – Vet Eye Care, Cambridgeshire

Veterinary Ophthalmology Internship

Vet Eye Care is looking for an Ophthalmology intern to join our team in March 2024. The ideal candidate must have a strong interest in Veterinary Ophthalmology, with previous experience in general practice in the UK or have completed a 12-month rotating internship at a multidisciplinary referral hospital. Further qualifications (i.e., post-graduate certificate in ophthalmology) are not required to apply for this position.

Vet Eye Care is a family owned, independent Veterinary Ophthalmology clinic, located in Cambridgeshire (Yaxley). With excellent connection to central London, Cambridge, Nottingham and Leicester, the area provides many opportunities to explore. Our purpose-built clinic has been open since October 2023 and due to the increasing caseload, we are looking to expand. Our clinic is built and equipped to the highest standards and consists of three consulting rooms, two operating theatres, a large open-plan prep area, an imaging suite and separate dog and cat wards.

The successful candidate will be working alongside our team of one Ophthalmology Specialist (Dip ECVO), three registered vet nurses, our receptionist and practice manager to help with the day-to-day workflow and case management. The successful candidate is expected to work a 40-hour week with limited out-of-hours and on-call cover. The position benefits from private health and dental insurance, 25-days holiday (plus bank holidays), birthday leave, covered professional fees (RCVS and VDS), a generous CPD allowance and a salary of £35,000 and comes with a 12-month fixed-term contract.

For informal enquiries or to apply for the position please contact our practice manager Rachael Geraghty (rachael.vec@gmail.com). Your application should be accompanied by your CV, a letter of intent and email contacts for two referees. To be eligible to apply for this position, you must be registered with RCVS (MRCVS) and be eligible to work in the UK. The deadline for applications is the 26th of January 2024 and the shortlisted candidates will be contacted by the end of January to arrange an interview in person.

Veterinary Ophthalmologist Wanted (Brisbane, Australia)

VETERINARY OPHTHALMOLOGIST WANTED. JOIN OUR QUEENSLAND TEAM!

Are you a skilled and compassionate Veterinary Ophthalmologist Specialist or Registrar looking to make a meaningful difference in the lives of pets and their owners?

We have the perfect opportunity for you!

Brisbane Veterinary Specialist Centre (BVSC, www.bvsc.com.au) is a busy referral-based multi-disciplinary hospital in the sunny capital of Queensland, Australia. We have a successful Ophthalmology Department that sees a large caseload of diverse medical and surgical patients. BVSC prides themselves on having strong relationships with clients and referring vets alike, making the service renowned in region.

Our Ophthalmology Department currently has two boarded Specialists, one resident and has significant room to grow due to increasing demand within the burgeoning Queensland market.

Our clinic is fully equipped with cutting-edge technology, providing you with all the necessary tools to diagnose and treat a wide range of ophthalmic conditions, from dogs and cats to exotic animals.

At BVSC, we foster a supportive and collaborative work culture where your expertise and ideas are valued. You’ll work alongside a team of passionate veterinarians and support staff who share your commitment to animal welfare.

We offer competitive compensation packages, flexible remuneration opportunities, generous employee benefits and flexible working hours.

The standard full-time role is 40 hours per week, over four days but we are also able to accommodate a part-time structure if that aligns better for your personal situation. If you would like more information or you’re interested in a great opportunity to grow your career, with excellent facilities while providing challenging and rewarding cases, we would love to hear from you!

Please contact Cheri Williamson on cheriw@bvsc.com.au

*.pdf: BVSC Ophthamology Advert 2023

Animal Eye Care Melbourne Looking For Experienced Veterinary Ophthalmologist (Melbourne, Australia)

Animal Eye Care, Melbourne, Australia is looking for an experienced Veterinary Ophthalmologist who ideally has completed a residency to join our existing team. This person must be eligible for registration in Victoria, Australia.

This is a fulltime position as a staff Ophthalmologist who is willing to work in a collaborative environment and assist in the training of our residents, and final year Veterinary Students. Interest in a long-term association with Animal Eye Care is desirable.

Animal Eye Care is a 7 veterinarian (3 specialist) ophthalmology-only-practice based in Melbourne. We have 3 residents in training. We are based in a dedicated ophthalmology-only-practice building in East Malvern, in the leafy suburbs of Melbourne, Australia. Animal Eye Care runs a busy referral- based ophthalmology practice, with a high medical and surgical case load. We also see a number of exotics and horses. We have weekly rounds/journal club, monthly ocular histopathology, and our practice always strives to have the best and most up to date care for our patients. We pride ourselves on great communications with our clients and our referring vets.

We have a dedicated, highly trained and motivated nursing team that provide an integral contribution to the practice. We are high end users of Galaxy – Animal Intelligence Software which has been designed for referral practice, we try to be very efficient with client communication and referral letters back to the vets.

Specialized equipment- state of the art and up to date equipment and techniques are used to provide the very best services to our clients and their animals. We have the latest model Abbott- AMO WhiteStar Phaco machine with Fusion Fluidics, the latest Leica ophthalmic operating microscope and a dedicated Ultrasound machine.

Animal Eye Care provides a supportive workplace with an emphasis on the work-life balance. Our vets work a 4 day week. Participation in our limited (no calls after 10pm weeknights and 6pm weekends) afterhours roster is required, with a one in six on call roster.

Melbourne is regularly voted as one of the most liveable cities in the world. There is the opportunity to travel to do outclinics and to attend Chapter meetings, recent venues have included the Margaret River, WA, Uluru, and Far North Queensland.

Generous Salary and relocation expenses are on offer for the right person to join our tea, For further information

www.animaleyecare.com.au

Contact Robin Stanley robin@animaleyecare.com.au

Phone clinic +61 (0)3 9563 6488, mobile/cell +61 418 395574

*.pdf: Animal Eye Care Ophthalmologist required

Veterinary Ophthalmology Internship Position at Lumbry Park Veterinary Specialists

Veterinary Ophthalmology Internship Position at Lumbry Park Veterinary Specialists in Alton, Hampshire, United Kingdom

We are offering an exciting opportunity for a veterinary surgeon interested in a career in Veterinary
Ophthalmology who possesses the right combination of a strong work ethic, a sense of humour, and
an open-minded approach to join our excellent and dedicated Ophthalmology Service. You will
become part of our Specialist-led multi-disciplinary clinical team, which includes highly motivated
residents, specialty and general interns, highly skilled nurses, and incredible support teams.
The ophthalmology internship will encompass a variety of responsibilities aimed at supporting
department operations. These tasks include contributing to inpatient care, conducting consultations,
assisting with student teaching, handling emergency cases under supervision, assuming primary care
responsibilities, performing diagnostic procedures, and participating in surgeries. This role offers
comprehensive exposure to both medical and surgical patient management and provides experience
working within a referral team. Additionally, interns will be encouraged to participate in clinical
research. The ophthalmology internship will prepare the candidate effectively for a seamless
transition into an approved residency training program.

The ophthalmology internship position is full-time (40-hour week); and the successful candidate will
contribute to our weekdays/weekends/bank holidays on call and out of hours ophthalmology clinic
rotas.

The ideal applicant will have a minimum of two years of experience in general practice or completion
of a rotating internship at a multi-disciplinary hospital. While a postgraduate qualification in
ophthalmology would be advantageous, it is not mandatory. Proficiency in both written and spoken
English at an excellent level is expected.
The application for this position should include 1) a letter of intent 2) curriculum vitae 3) contact
details of two referees. The successful applicant will need to hold a UK valid current driving licence
and be a member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (MRCVS). College transcripts will only
be required from successful candidates after the interview process.

Benefits:
We offer a very generous remuneration and CPD package for internships. Furthermore, we support
further career progression with a generous CPD (Continuing Professional Development) allowance
and associated time off. CVS provides a wide range of internal CPD courses, not exclusively focused
on clinical work, allowing those interested in diversifying their skill set to benefit.
We are deeply committed to supporting the well-being of our staff. Our wellness program includes
an Employee Assistance Programme with Health Assured, an optional health shield cash plan,

Mental Health First Aiders, and Wellbeing Champions within the practice. We also have a refresh
fund that provides breakfast mornings, among other initiatives.

About us
Lumbry Park Veterinary Specialists is a large specialist-led multidisciplinary referral hospital
providing veterinary referral services across the South of England including London, the south coast
and the Thames Valley. Our services include Ophthalmology, Anaesthesia and Analgesia, Cardiology,
Dermatology, Diagnostic Imaging, Emergency and Critical Care, Internal Medicine, Neurology and
Neurosurgery, Orthopaedic and Soft Tissue Surgery; and Physiotherapy. The hospital is an ISFM gold
feline clinic and was awarded the BVHA design award for an outstanding working environment. We
are part of CVS (UK) Ltd, the largest provider of integrated veterinary services in the UK; the referrals
division currently operates eight referral hospitals in the UK and Ireland.

Our service boasts fully equipped Ophthalmology-specific consulting rooms, as well as an Ophthalmology surgical suite complete with slit lamp biomicroscopes, direct and indirect ophthalmoscopes, a fundus camera, an anterior segment camera/macro-lens, tonometers (tonovets and tonopens), gonioscopy lenses, an ERG machine, an operating microscope with a viewing screen, a phacoemulsification machine, and a cryotherapy unit. Our Ophthalmology service also conducts regular BVA/KC/ISDS EYE testing sessions. Additionally, we have a 1.5T MRI, a state-of-the-art CT scanner, digital radiography, and high-end ultrasound units. An in-house laboratory with a cytology microscope is also available. We collaborate extensively with other services within the hospital to optimize patient care.

Location
Lumbry Park Veterinary Specialists hospital is situated on the edge of the beautiful South Downs
with ample opportunity for outdoor activities and plenty of cosy Hampshire pubs to explore. We are
40 minutes from the south coast and less than an hour from London with easy access to several
major airports making our location excellent in so many respects.

Important dates
Applications should be submitted by 9 th October 2023, please use this link for submission
https://www.careerswithcvs.co.uk/jobs/vacancy/17360/description. Short-listed candidates will
be invited for interview on 13 th October 2023. For informal discussion regarding the programme
please contact Renata Stavinohova, Head of the Ophthalmology Department, at
Renata.Stavinohova@cvsvets.com

Referral Ophthalmology Position at AniCura Aarhus Animal Hospital, Denmark


Referral Ophthalmology Position at AniCura Aarhus Animal Hospital

Discover a rewarding opportunity at AniCura Aarhus Animal Hospital’s dynamic Ophthalmology department. Become a valued member of our multi-disciplinary referral Companion Animal Specialist Center.

About us

At AniCura Aarhus Animal Hospital, one of Denmarks leading small animal veterinary hospitals, we’re excited to welcome an additional Ophthalmologist to our team. With specialties including Ophthalmology, Oncology, Surgery, Dermatology, Cardiology, Internal medicine, Anesthesia, and rehabilitation, we’re dedicated to providing exceptional care to our referral and emergency patients at any time of the day or night. As we expand to accommodate the growing demand for our services, we’re eagerly awaiting the launch of our expanded brand-new facilities in early 2024.

Our hospital is located in the stunning Aarhus region, Denmarks second-largest city. Here, you’ll enjoy a blend of captivating attractions, natural beauty, and cultural treasures—all conveniently accessible. We have universities, nearby airports, and the city is growing rapidly. Our hospital’s family-like atmosphere is fostered by a close-knit team of caring veterinarians, nurses, and technicians who prioritize both patient care and work-life balance.

Your Role and Qualifications

Are you an experienced Ophthalmologist seeking a fulfilling role? Join our team of skilled veterinary professionals and contribute to the medical and surgical treatment of our diverse ophthalmic patients. Whether you’re a diplomate, hold a certificate, an Eye Scheme Examiner, possess relevant qualifications, or bring unique expertise, we’re eager to hear from you. Strong communication skills and a proactive approach are essential as you collaborate to strengthen and advance our esteemed ophthalmology department.

Knowledge of the Danish language is not required; however, we encourage willingness to acquire basic Danish language skills.

Why AniCura Aarhus Animal Hospital?

  • Collaborative and supportive team environment
  • Between 32-37 hours working week, with influence on your work schedule.
  • Exceptional facilities including ERG, U/S, diode laser treatment, ocular surface analyser, phaco, in-house CT and MRI as well as fully equipped Ophthalmology-specific operation and consulting room
  • High case load from all over Denmark, with a variety of small animals, horses, and exotics
  • Salary based on your qualifications
  • Emphasis on continuous education and professional growth

Application

Applications should include a letter of intent and an updated CV.

To seize this opportunity or inquire further, reach out to:

Louise Baadsgaard Bruun, ESE, MS CACS Ophth at louise.bruun@anicura.dk or Claus Bundgaard Nielsen, ESE, SpecVetOphth at claus.bundgaard@anicura.dk.

For additional details, visit us at https://www.anicura.dk/klinikker/aarhus-dyrehospital/.

Please apply to the position via this link: : https://anicuraglobal.teamtailor.com/jobs/3124426-referral-ophthalmology-position-at-anicura-aarhus-animal-hospital?promotion=769295-trackable-share-link-netvaerk