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VetPartners Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Mark Jeffrey
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    $140m to $700m (AUD)
  • Industry
  • Headquarters
    Unit 1 / 277 Lane Cove Ro...
  • Link
    VetPartners website

VetPartners is a leading operator of Veterinarian Practices and businesses in Australia, New Zealand and Singapore. VetPartners operate an independent “Join Us Stay You” model providing clinics with a high level of autonomy at the site level.

VetPartners has grown rapidly since its establishment in 2016 with 32 Clinics, to over 240 clinics. Vetpartners will keep growing inorganically through M&A at its historical rate, while expanding the existing business organically and providing the best service to the clinical operators, so maximizing financial performance.

VetPartners is seeking to build an exceptional support team with a shared vision of quality Veterinarian care and the support and development of our people. VetPartners is aiming to be an employer and operator of choice in the Australian and New Zealand Veterinarian markets and will actively develop a culture and purpose to achieve these aims.

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Veterinarian in NSW
on 3 November 2021
Loss of hospital features, only a number, employees exploited

Hospital in NSW went downhill since vetpartner's acquisition. Staff members are being exploited with minimal wage and offered minimal opportunity to wage revision ($0.5-1/hr extra) despite years of service. Hospital lost its advantage and attraction to employees and hence suffered high staff turnover rates, it becomes much less profitable as business and much less sustainable environment for current staff. Increasing prices for vet services barely scratched the problem at its core. Employees are not supported and not encouraged to develop their potentials, and they lay off the weak links who failed to develop during their employment despite staff shortages Management in area and hospital levels are not practical, inefficient and fails to address core issues of the hospital. Runs hospital into the ground.

Support Office Staff in Victoria
on 3 May 2021
Acquisition resulted in a huge change in clinic life

Worked for NVC before they were taken over by Vet Partners and noticed a huge change. Clinics were treated as numbers and lost being able to be run with their unique qualities and what made their clinic successful which saw staff morale really change. Company culture not great and little room or opportunity for advancement.

Hospital Director in Canberra ACT
on 22 December 2020
Great company to work for

Excellent team committed to helping their vets help the pets! Committed to improving the lives of veterinary professionals and giving you the tools to do the best job possible.

Veterinary Nurse/Receptionist in Sydney NSW
on 17 October 2020
Don't waste your time working here

Do not work here. You will be let go regardless if you are casual or full time WITHOUT WARNING OR ADEQUATE NOTICE. They will be all nice then BAM suddenly you are gone. They offer you work that you NEVER get to do.

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