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RSPCA Victoria Animal Attendants provide day to day care for shelter animals across the state, including but not limited to dogs, cats and small animals i.e. guinea pigs and rabbits.
An ordinary day in the life of an Animal Attendant with our organisation might involve feeding, medicating and handling of shelter animals, assisting with animal admissions and reclaims, cleaning the facilities and updating animal records.
The RSPCA looks for candidates with experience in a shelter, boarding kennel/cattery or veterinary clinic environment in addition to relevant qualifications in animal care (i.e. Certificate II in Animal Studies).
Career pathways for RSPCA Animal Attendants could include a team leader (i.e. Senior Animal Attendant), management (i.e. Animal Care Supervisor), educational (i.e. Animal Attendant – Certificate II Trainer and Assessor) or specialist role (i.e. Animal Attendant – Barn).
RSPCA Victoria Veterinarians provide high quality veterinary care to all sick and injured animals including shelter and private clinic patients.
A day in the life of a Veterinarian with our organisation might involve facilitating veterinary consults for private clinic patients, desexing pre-adoption shelter animals and providing veterinary services to Inspectorate animals which have been subject to acts of cruelty.
The RSPCA looks for candidates with a strong interest in animal welfare, shelter medicine and small animal medicine and surgery. Applicants must be registered with the Veterinary Practitioners Registration Board of Victoria.Career pathways for RSPCA Veterinarians could include a Team Leader (i.e. Senior Veterinarian), management (i.e. Chief Veterinarian) or specialist role (i.e. Inspectorate Veterinarian).