Casual Animal Attendant
The University of Queensland
School of Veterinary Science
Founded in 1936, the School of Veterinary Science has a rich history and a reputation for graduating self-reliant, independent and highly capable veterinarians with plenty of initiative and drive. The School has high quality facilities at the UQ Gatton Campus, providing the teaching, research and clinical infrastructure and resources to develop its strong reputation as a leading provider of veterinary training, research and clinical care. The school also maintains a Small Animal Hospital and Large Animal Clinic at Dayboro, north-west of Brisbane.
About This Opportunity
A great opportunity for an Animal Attendant to perform appropriate procedures to provide timely and quality service in support of teaching and research requirements of the Clinical Studies Centre. As part of a technical team you will be responsible for the care and husbandry of companion animals, including cleaning and feeding. The position has responsibility for the daily care and welfare of teaching and research animals located in the School of Veterinary Science at the Gatton campus and provides support in the area of teaching in the Veterinary Science and Animal Studies programs, specifically companion animal sciences.
This position is located at The University of Queensland’s picturesque Gatton Campus. Gatton Campus, UQ combines its Queensland Agricultural College heritage with modern research and teaching facilities in agriculture, agribusiness and veterinary science. Just over an hour’s drive west of Brisbane and five kilometres from the local township, the 1068-hectare Gatton campus offers a relaxed, friendly atmosphere and world-class facilities including the Queensland Animal Science Precinct, the UQ Veterinary Medical Centre, Gatton Research Dairy, nursery and glasshouse facilities, the southern hemisphere’s largest PV solar array research facility, and a pesticide wind tunnel facility. The campus also operates several commercial plant and animal production units in rural technologies to support teaching, research and hands-on training.
Our Ideal Candidate
Applicants should possess a Certificate II in Animal Studies or an equivalent combination of relevant experience and/or education/training. A commitment and enthusiasm for the welfare, handling, and care of animals is a must. Experience with both companion and large animals (cattle, horses, pigs and sheep) would be advantageous.
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What We Can Offer
This is a casual position at HEW Level 2. The remuneration for the position will be $36.74 per hour (inclusive of a 25% casual loading) plus employer superannuation contributions of 9.5%.
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