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Vet Nurse: Outreach coordinator


​Are you a UK based registered vet nurse? Love travel, charity clinics, and have a passion for conservation? 

A love of  horses and ability to ride is a big bonus!

Worldwide Vets is looking for a full time team member to help coordinate our international volunteer and outreach clinics. Our clinics span across the world including Thailand, Peru, Costa Rica, India, Egypt, Uganda, South Africa and more. This is not a full time clinical role, but rather a mix of planning, coordination and clinical work when on our outreach projects. Most clinics focus on domestics animals (Trap, Neuter, Release), and some focus on working equines (horses and mules) in impoverished communities. A couple of locations will see us working close to wildlife areas like Kruger national park and the Amazon rainforest, treating and vaccinating domestic animals to prevent disease spread to wildlife. 

Key job roles include:

  1. Help the outreach coordinator plan all aspects of the missions  

  2. Assist volunteers as they coordinate their trip to us (flights, visas, travel advice based on our protocols)

  3. Join international trips to carrying out nursing duties and teaching international and local volunteers.

Through our volunteer and outreach projects we provide a supportive environment for international and local vets, nurses, students, and para-professionals to develop industry relevant skills, to improve medicine and welfare abroad, all whilst helping animals in need.

This is a remote (online) role, you will be able to work from home. Successful applicants will be happy with at least 4-6 weeks of travel per year to our outreach clinics. This will be fully funded. ​



  • UK based and registered

  • A love of travel

  • A passion for teaching

  • At least one year registered

  • Comfortable with being the sole nurse for a day of spay and neuter and all aspects of first opinion practice

  • Ability to spend at least 4 weeks away from home each year on our projects

  • Strong computer literacy (all Microsoft)

  • Fluent spoken and written English

  • Reliable and self-motivated, with impeccable attention to detail


  • Experience with exotic species

  • Familiarity with horses and riding 

  • A flare for social media and content creation 

  • Grant writing experience

If this sounds like you, please send your CV and covering letter to

N.B Only successful candidates will receive a response

Looking to help for a shorter time abroad?

Veterinary students volunteering with wildlife zebra in Africa
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