Fancy working in New Zealand for a Vet Club!
Companion Animal Veterinary Surgeon
Salary discussed at interview, DOE
Location: Rotorua & Taupo in the Bay of Plenty
Job ref: 746
Vetfinders have partnered with the Vetora Bay of Plenty in New Zealand. We are helping them find their next hires for their well-established practices in the Bay of Plenty.
They have new opportunities for Veterinary Surgeons to join their SA teams at their Taupo & Rotura practices
There is flexible working rotation throughout the year, with little after hours caseload when on call, as well as time off in lieu for any weekends worked.
The practice aspires to create an environment that offers clinical excellence combined with first rate patient and client care. A minimum of 3 years’ experience is preferred with sound medical and surgical knowledge, but will consider less for a candidate with the right character, ability, and positive attitude.
- Veterinary Council of New Zealand membership fees paid.
- CPD allowance
- Employee discounts
- Paid team building and annual social events
- Registration with a NZ recognised Institution/Governing body
- Qualifications, Assessment and Examination Programmes for Registration as a Vet in NZ
- Possess the right/eligibility to work in the UK or NZ
Vetora Bay Of Plenty operates in FIVE clinics in the Bay of Plenty/Central Plateau region of the North Island. They are a not for profit or as they would like to call it a ‘profit for purpose’ business owned by 349 farmer members. They employ over 77 staff, including a mix of 16 large, mixed and companion animal veterinarians.
Work and play in one of the most beautiful regions in New Zealand!!
Live where others come to holiday, with options in Taupo, Reporoa, Rotorua and Galatea.
World renowned mountain biking and walking tracks on your doorstep.
Live an enviable lifestyle with easy access to unlimited recreational pursuits - including fishing, water skiing, swimming, snowboarding and many more.
Access to excellent services, restaurants, bars, shopping and schools
This is a rare opportunity to be involved in a practice surrounded by a motivated supportive team helping you to do the work you are trained to do or get back to loving being a vet again!
For more information about Vetora, visit their web site http://bop.vetora.co.nz
Love what you do. Love where you do it.
Interested? Be 1st … Apply now!