If you’re an animal health professional, you may have heard about the Australian rural vet shortage, specifically around increasingly low numbers of highly experienced clinical vets.
Since the shortage is only becoming more of an issue, the Australian government has made the process of getting visas for professionals who want to move there to practice more feasible and realistic. Although from an economic stand point, it is straining for them, it is an opportunity for others to stand up and assist.
For this reason, we have successfully started placing veterinary surgeons, nurses and other animal health positions around the country.
In addition to this, we have put together an in-depth ‘Guide to Moving & Working in Australia‘ to:
- Inform you about the Australian veterinary workforce
- Brief you on the support that we offer including aiding in the visa process and relocation etc.
- Help you adjust to life and culture in Australia
- Offer key questions you need to ask yourself before deciding whether or not to move
Carefully researched and collated, our guide provides you with all the information you need to know when considering whether or not you want make the move down under! Click here to download your copy.
Or, are you in another health industry and intrigued? You’re in luck! According to the latest statistics, there are shortages in several other roles as well in professions including health care, data sciences and life sciences.
If you can’t wait and would like to find out more about living and working in Australia, we can connect you with one of our skilled consultants, each of whom have experience placing qualified professionals in positions abroad.