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Veterinary Nurses & Technicians

SASH is a vet-led network of hospitals, that is the home of innovation, education, and clinical expertise. Above all, SASH leads the veterinary industry in delivering exceptional standards in specialist and emergency veterinary care.

Our broad range of departments ensures that nurses can always always find an exciting area of interest, which they can call home.

  • Anaesthesia
  • Avian & Exotics
  • Cardiology
  • Emergency & Critical Care
  • Dentistry
  • Dermatology
  • Diagnostic Imaging
  • Hospital Care 
  • Internal Medicine
  • Neurology & Neurosurgery
  • Oncology
  • Ophthalmology
  • Pathology
  • Radiation Oncology
  • Sports Medicine & Rehab
  • Surgery

If you do not find the job you are looking for, please get in touch with us anyway, we would love to hear from you!

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SASH Veterinary Nurse & Technician Benefits

Competitive salary packaging which scales according to performance and growth

Extensive opportunities for career growth between speciality departments and leadership positions

Continuing Education Allowance that is renewed annually

Highly competitive, gender-inclusive, paid parental leave to all SASH parents including IVF and IUI leave

Industry leading nurse education program and team exclusive to SASH

Purpose driven organisation that is leading the Veterinary industry through innovation

There's nothing like SASH

SASH is a vet-led organisation, operated by all of its founding veterinarian partners. Each of SASH’s founding partners are practicing veterinarians, and are respected members of the veterinary community.

With the owners of the hospitals walking the corridors in scrubs, each and everyday, they have a deep and thorough understanding of what makes a good hospital, how to provide gold standard patient care, and how pet owners feel. These unique insights help to guide decisions are that in the best interest of their patients and their team.

Having been veterinarians for decades, SASH management understands and appreciate the importance of nurses. 

This is why the nurses at SASH are well supported, have a voice, and will always be heard by those that can make changes.


Upon entering SASH, there is no expectation to know everything. However, if you enjoy learning and on-going skills development, SASH has the structure and support to help develop you to your highest potential. We are on the look-out for:

  • Certificate IV (or equivalent) qualified Nurses
  • Experience in a specialist or emergency hospital is highly regarded, it is not essential
  • A positive attitude to work and passionate about Veterinary Nursing

SASH Nurse Education Program

SASH has developed an industry leading training program which has been designed by our dedicated Nurse Education team. The 5-tiered program ensures that nurses of all levels are supported with appropriate training and they are recognised for their great work.

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For nurses coming from a general practice background, the program will ensure that the transition into specialist and emergency practice is as smooth as possible. For many nurses the Hospital Care Team is a great next step in their career as it is valuable in helping nurses learn SASH systems and processes, while caring for lower-acuity patients.

SASH is proud to offer tailored training, depending on your level of experience. If you are looking to move directly into a Speciality department, we would support you with your goal. If you are unsure what your next step will be, our Talent Acquisition team and Nurse Leadership team will be able to advise you.

At SASH, nurses are empowered with taking responsibility and ownership for a number of advanced and unique procedures. This is why we are looking for passionate and committed nurses that love to learn.

Due to SASH’s continued investment in its people and innovation, it is home to a number of unique and rare treatment options and specialist services, all of which can be areas of training and up-skilling for new nurses.