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FRONTIER VETERINARY SPECIALISTS is a new, modern and pure referral centre for dogs and cats in the east of Munich. In partnership with the referring veterinarian, we provide the highest level of medical care for our patients. We have state-of-the-art equipment (e.g.: arthroscopy and endoscopy tower, CT, MRI, ultrasound, etc.) and thrive to continuously advance in knowledge and science. Our team of internationally recognised specialists, highly trained veterinary nurses and an organised administration is characterised by collegiality and empathy. Love of animals, a strong team spirit, respectful cooperation, professional development and a good work life balance are very important to us!


Are you interested in specialising and would like to gain a deeper insight into Anaesthesia and Analgesia? We are looking for a Specialty Intern starting ideally in March but no later than mid June 2022. The requirements: professional experience, high motivation, willingness to learn, and interest in starting a research project alongside clinical work. The internship last until the end of June 2023.


Close cooperation with the respective consultants
Monitoring anaesthesia and help with pain management
Great willingness to learn and hands-on mentality
Strong teamwork and communication skills
Start of a research project


A degree in veterinary medicine
German licence to practise medicine (Approbation)
Professional experience and/or completion of a rotating internship
High level of teamwork and communication skills
Ideally would like to start a residency afterwards


We offer the opportunity to undertake a Clinical Specialty Internship in Anaesthesia and Analgesia under the guidance of CertVA. The Specialty Intern is assigned to the respective specialty, but will also rotate through the otherwise available specialties for individual weeks. In addition to the practical training in the daily work routine, the continuous education of all Specialty Interns is of particular importance. Regular participation in and preparation for in-house training and journal and book clubs are part of this. In addition, all our interns have access to the entire, ever-growing Vet Meet Library with over 200 webinars. Furthermore, each Specialty Intern is expected to prepare a scientific paper during his/her training period, which will be published in a journal and possibly presented at a national or international meeting. This gives every Specialty Intern a special highlight on his/her CV - especially if one wants to apply for a residency afterwards.


If you can identify with this and are keen to support us with first-class expertise and commitment, we look forward to receiving your application including a CV and references.

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Parsdorfer Stra├če 33
D-85599 Hergolding

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