Mixed Animal Veterinarian - Ranfurly
Our Ranfurly clinic is looking for an experienced Mixed Animal Veterinarian with an interest in small animals. Your work will span the range of general practice tasks a small rural clinic undertakes, including consultations, clinical diagnosis, farm service work, surgery, and listening.
Ranfurly is a friendly, small-town community with a relaxed lifestyle, nestled in the heart of Central Otago.
We are a small team with a diverse and loyal client base who span sheep, beef and deer farms, lifestyle, companion animals and small animal work, including working dog orthopaedics. As a team we enjoy pitching in together to go the extra mile for our clients. We are proactive with animal health planning and we are proud of our reputation in the community. Our clients are exceptional. They trust us to do our best for them and their animals - and we work hard to support them and each other.
Although we are small, we punch above our weight with our clinical resources. We are equipped with a digital x-ray machine, in-house biochemistry and electrolyte analyser, and in-house Ossability TTA surgical equipment.
Surrounded by mountains, lakes and rivers, the Maniototo district boasts exceptional fishing, mountain biking, skiing, tramping and water sports. We share after-hours rosters, so our staff can enjoy life off-the-clock exploring our stunning region and further afield.
VetEnt is one of New Zealand’s largest veterinary groups, and we’re united by our passion for animal care. One of our strengths is the array of career advancement opportunities we can provide including training support, CPD, clinic exchanges, leadership roles and involvement in subsidiary operations (StockCare, VetEnt Research and PureMilk). You would have superb mentoring and support at your fingertips from Ranfurly vets David Dodd and Becks Smith who have over 40 years combined experience, as well as from further afield.
What’s not to like?
For a confidential conversation call Don MacColl (Regional Manager) on 027 2734822, otherwise apply via the link.
More information about VetEnt can be found at www.vetent.co.nz
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