The opportunity to join an industry leading sports organisation Join a dynamic and friendly team West Melbourne â€“ Close to Flagstaff Station Full time â€“ ongoing Fully maintained Vehicle, including reasonable private use Mobile phone, including reasonable private use The integrity of racing and the welfare of the industry's number one stakeholder, the greyhound, are significant components of the strategic priorities of GRV. The Industry Veterinarian will join an expanding team of five full-time veterinarians that perform various veterinary roles across the industry to help maintain the integrity of the sport and promote animal welfare. The responsibilities of this position will encompass (although not be strictly limited to): performing the on-track veterinary role at race meetings across Victoria; conducting animal welfare visits with Stewards particularly where welfare concerns warrant attendance; assisting in the delivery of a systematic program of out-of-competition sampling for banned substances in greyhounds; conducting random unannounced kennel visits to verify illness/injury to greyhounds scratched on raceday and to ensure the health and welfare of all greyhounds; professionally presenting evidence to inquiries and appeals conducted by GRV Stewards, VRT and VCAT; and assisting in the ongoing development and implementation of animal welfare related policies and educational material across the organisation.
To apply, please go to the vacancies on careers.vic.gov.
au website, search Greyhound Racing Victoria and select the position and click â€˜apply now'. All applications must include a cover letter addressing the position description and objectives together with a copy of your resume by close of business Wednesday 20th November 2019. For further information please contact Steve Karamatic, Chief Veterinarian on (03) 8329 1128.
GRV is an EEO employer GRV's Values: Respect â€“ Integrity â€“ Transparent â€“ Collaborative â€“ Safety â€“ Responsive â€“ Progressive All offers of Employment will be subject to a satisfactory police check All employees must reside in Australia and have the right to work in Australia.