VETERINARY TECHNICIAN - Teat Sealing

Vetnz

Winton, New Zealand

Locum/ Temporary

Mar 5

This job is no longer accepting applications.

We currently have an opportunity for those with experience as rural veterinary technicians and/or dairy farming experience to join our team over the teat sealing season from Mid-April to June 2021 on a fixed term basis.

We have positions available at both our Winton and Gore clinics. While previous experience is preferable, we are able to provide training to the right individuals.

About us:

VetSouth brings you a quality of service and information that is recognised worldwide as being truly first class. We are a progressive animal health business seen as a leader in its field, with clinics based throughout Southland and West Otago, two sister clinics in Greymouth and Hokitika, operating as West Coast Vets and a clinic in Morrinsville in Waikato operating as Vet Clinic Morrinsville. We provide an extensive range of veterinary services to dairy clients, as well as to other production animals, working dogs and companion animals.

We recognise that our people are our greatest asset and we work hard at keeping them passionate and enthusiastic about what they do. Being a fixed term vet tech should be a challenging and enjoyable experience. 

Just important as what we do, is how we do it. So we value our team loving what they do, making sure we get the job done right, always being one step ahead, and no matter who they are, they are always in it together.

You would join an enthusiastic and supportive team who value a high level of client service and exemplary animal handling.

So if you are a team player, with an enthusiastic 'can do' attitude and a personable approach - apply now!

Closing date is Friday 12 March 2021.

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