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VETERINARY LOCUM AGENCY

Long established Agency assisting in the placement of Veterinarians, Vet Nurses and Vet Technicians in both locum and permanent job vacancies. New Zealand based and operating nationwide. Flexibility with location is advantageous. Feel free to contact me:    

Paddy Currall (Ms)
Ph: 03-3371051
Email: paddy.currall@xtra.co.nz                              
www.vetsolutions.co.nz

Energy Vet LOGO-202

Veterinary Nurse Vacancy

A part time position has become available for an experienced small animal veterinary nurse to work in the Saturday team at our Waitara clinic. This is a permanent part-time (Saturday) position however some casual weekdays may be available. Our Waitara clinic is open every Saturday except Public Holidays for routine consultations and emergency surgery.

The successful applicant will need to be experienced in all aspects of veterinary nursing including anaesthetic monitoring, in-house blood analysers, hospital care and reception. The nurse needs to be a good communicator, adaptable and have initiative to deal with a busy clinical caseload. Saturday clinic work hours will be 8:00 am until 5:00 pm.

For further information please contact:

Greg Hall
Managing Director
Energy Vets Taranaki Ltd
06 7567228

gregh@energyvets.co.nz


23/4/19

 




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Animal Emergency Centre is looking for a full time Veterinary Nurse to join our team.

An exciting opportunity exists to join our fantastic team who maintain high clinical standards while looking after emergent and critical patients.

The Animal Emergency Centre (AEC) is dedicated to being a national leader in veterinary emergency and critical care, and is committed to ongoing staff education. We provide the best available emergency and critical care to our patients in a state-of-the-art facility. Our aim is to maintain a respectful friendly team and to be a user-friendly partner to the referring veterinary community. We are located in Mount Albert, and work alongside daytime specialists to offer a true 24-hour service for critical patients.

We are currently recruiting for a full time veterinary nurse. This is a great way to develop your clinical skills in emergency and critical care with great support and strong emphasis on continuing education.

Your duties will include undertaking clinical shifts within the roster to provide emergency and critical care veterinary services to a high standard. You will liaise with veterinary and veterinary nurse staff to provide adequate communication to clients, and ensure that client needs are always exceeded.

Our ideal candidate will:

  • Hold at minimum a Diploma of Veterinary Nursing (or equivalent)
  • Have at least 2 years of clinical experience
  • Be available for working evenings, nights and weekends on a rotating roster
  • Be passionate about providing a high standard of care to our patients
  • Show an active interest in continued learning

Our fantastic group of dedicated veterinarians and nurses who make up our clinical team not only function cohesively to ensure our patients receive best practice care, they support one another towards development and extension of clinical skills on an individual basis. We have motivated clients and a state-of-the-art facility to provide a great environment for provision of emergency and critical care to the highest standard.

For the next level of excitement in emergency and critical care, come and join our dedicated and supportive clinical team.

Please send your CV and letter of application to:

Darien Beuth-Pukepuke
Veterinary Nurse Manager
darien.pukepuke@animalemergency.co.nz     


18/4


 


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Service Coordinator/Technician - Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation

 

College of Sciences, Palmerston North

We are pleased to announce the opportunity to work in a newly created role as a Service Co-ordinator/ Technician within the Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation service at Massey Vets. You will be the key contact for the service and will co-ordinate and facilitate high quality, efficient and timely support and coordination of inpatient and outpatient care and case management within the service. The position liaises extensively with Veterinary Hospital staff, veterinary students, referring veterinarians and clients. You will be required to display a high level of professionalism, excellent customer service, and represent the Veterinary Hospital and Service appropriately and effectively in your regular and timely interactions with the internal and external community.

We are seeking applications from qualified Veterinary Nurses or Veterinary Technologists, with a strong interest/passion for this service area. You will ideally hold additional qualifications in physical therapy/rehabilitation (i.e. Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner/ Technician), or be enthusiastic about working towards this. Upon joining our team, the successful applicant will work closely alongside our Board Certified Veterinarian (American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation) and clinicians from all services in the care of referral, community practice and outpatients. On a daily basis, you will work alongside our current Nursing team in our Companion Animal Hospital, overseeing the physical therapy of inpatients and outpatients. Conditions commonly treated include neurologic, orthopaedic, traumatic, sports performance and working dog injuries.

You will be expected to work an average of 37.5 hours per week and provide day-to-day care and treatments to inpatients and outpatients requiring physical therapy/ rehabilitation. You may be required to partake in an on-call duty Nursing roster for companion animal services. You should have well-developed organisational skills including the ability to co-ordinate workflows, determine priorities, meet deadlines and effectively balance competing clinical and administrative demands in a professional manner within a busy environment, be enthusiastic, motivated, service-orientated, have a genuine interest in undergraduate education and possess excellent communication skills.

Enquiries may be directed to Rebekah Willink - Acting Supervisor for the Companion Animal Hospital Nursing Group and Referral Medicine Service Coordinator (R.Willink@massey.ac.nz); or Dimple Patel - Referral Surgery Service Coordinator (D.Patel1@massey.ac.nz).

Applications close: 25 April 2019
Reference number: CS_SVS_135_03/19

For further information and to apply online, visit: http://masseyunicareers.nga.net.nz


29/3/19


 

Pet Doctors


VETERINARY NURSE – PET DOCTORS ST LUKES

Who are we?

At Pet Doctors St Lukes, we cater to all companion pet species, including cats, dogs, pocket pets, reptiles, birds and everything in-between! We are both a companion animal and exotics practice, and our team is dedicated to providing a high standard of care. Our purpose-built clinic and dedicated team also offer boarding facilities for the exotic pets, and a cattery. We are located in an area with plenty of parking and near a variety of shops (as well as the St Lukes mall). We are open 7 days, as we are one of the few clinics in Auckland with special facilities to care for this variety of species.

The 411

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a full-time, experienced Veterinary Nurse to join our busy team. Working 40 hours per week, including alternate weekend shifts; the right candidate will have a commitment and passion for high level patient and client care. The perfect candidate will be personable and have the ability to develop great working relationships with both our clients and fellow staff members.

What’s on offer?

  • Generous remuneration, commensurate with experience
  • Access to practical training programs through NVC’s purpose built veterinary training facilities
  • Access to one of the strongest networks of veterinary professionals
  • Access to our Employee Assistance Program
  • Endless opportunities with the possibility of working across any one of our NVC clinics in Australia and New Zealand.

What we are looking for:

  • A minimum two years’ experience in Veterinary Nursing with appropriate Veterinary Nursing qualifications
  • An ability to work efficiently, both independently and as part of the team
  • Exceptional customer service skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • EzyVet experience desirable, yet not essential
  • A hard working and a hands-on approach to your work
  • A willingness to roll up your sleeves and get involved at all levels, with energy and drive
  • Effective time management and organisation skills.

For further information, please visit: https://www.nzpetdoctors.co.nz/clinic/st-lukes-exotics

About Us

Our clinic is part of National Veterinary Care (NVC) a group of over 90 clinics located across Australia and New Zealand. What makes us different?

National Veterinary Care believes that if we put our people first, the results will follow. We achieve this through having a highly qualified Veterinary Surgeon as our General Manager – Vet Services, who keeps our clinical standards at the forefront of business decisions. We achieve it through our Veterinary Training Centres – industry firsts where we offer practical CPD in everything from behaviour through to orthopaedic surgery – so that you have the skills and confidence to care for every pet who comes through your clinic doors. Click here to see more! https://nvcltd.com.au/Veterinary-Training-Centre/

What is it like to work for NVC?

Let our staff tell you themselves!

‘Since coming to work for NVC, my whole outlook on my job, career and ultimately my life has substantially improved. I love that the ethos at NVC is to invest in people, treat them well and show them that they are valued. I have certainly felt that.’ – Louise Parry, Lead Veterinarian, Everton Park Veterinary Surgery

Watch our video to find out more https://nvcltd.com.au/careers/

Sounds great! How do I apply?

Whether you are seeking a new career direction, a lifestyle change, a challenge or a relocation to a new environment, we would love to hear from you.

Please apply now by sending your CV and Cover Letter to: nwardlaw@nvcltd.com.au


27/3/19





Referral Centre
 

Vet Nurse Position at The Referral Centre, Hamilton

Looking for an exciting and challenging new role in a referral practice?

The Referral Centre is the Waikato region’s first multidisciplinary veterinary hospital providing a range of specialist and referral services above and beyond what pet owners receive at their regular vet practices. Medical Manager at The Referral Centre is Dr Trudi McAlees, a registered specialist in Emergency Medicine and Critical Care. Additional referral services in surgery, dermatology, imaging and rehabilitation are also available on-site.

The Referral Centre operates in conjunction with the Waikato After Hours Veterinary Hospital to provide 24 hour veterinary and nursing care for hospitalised patients. A general practice also works on-site, providing regular day to day veterinary services.

We strive to offer the best care possible for our patients and clients regardless of the time of the day.

We are a fun, passionate, welcoming and supportive bunch of vets and nurses and work very well as a team. We are looking for a friendly and dedicated vet nurse with a minimum of two years’ experience to join us.

There are 2 permanent positions available, one with a minimum of 30 hours per week and the other around 20 hours a week. The majority of shifts are week days, with occasional evenings or weekend days also required. There are plenty of opportunities to pick up hours in the After Hours clinic or with the Experts as requirements increase.

Your responsibilities will include:

  • ordering/invoicing/inventory control
  • making appointments for Experts and GP services
  • reception work and client care
  • patient evaluation and triage
  • care and monitoring of hospitalised patients and critical transfers
  • taking bloods and placing IV catheters
  • anaesthetic monitoring
  • assisting with digital radiography, CT scans and lab testing
  • fluid therapy and blood transfusion monitoring

We have an in-house full IDEXX laboratory and blood gas capabilities, smartflow inpatient hospital system, digital radiography, ultrasound, CT, oscillometric blood pressure, doppler, capnography, ECG, endoscopy, fluid therapy and more.

You will be able to work well in a fast paced environment and must be:

  • self-motivated and good at multi-tasking
  • able to communicate effectively with clients and staff
  • a good team player and willing to work extra hours if needed
  • enthusiastic and compassionate
  • skilled at using computers and being familiar with Vetlink software would be an advantage

Experience working in a referral environment would be beneficial but is not essential.

We provide a competitive remuneration commensurate with experience and advancement in the practice, continuing education, membership with the NZVNA, new skills and learning opportunities.

Please submit your CV or any queries to Erika Smith at nursemanager@wavh.co.nz

Applications for this position close 29th March 2019.


20/3/19



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DOES WINE AND GOOD FOOD APPEAL?

We require a qualified veterinary nurse to join our busy Practice in sunny Napier. We have a modern facility which has digital radiography, In house laboratory, state of the art dental suite and we routinely carry out complex surgeries including orthopaedics. Duties include all aspects of vet nursing.

We are open 7 days and you will need to be able to work your share of school holidays and public holidays.

The team of 12 includes 8 support staff and 4 vets.

The position would suit a nurse who is loyal, conscientious and practices to a high standard. A professional approach is essential and the successful nurse needs to possess a passion for veterinary medicine and have excellent communication skills both written and oral.

Sounds like you? Great! Make contact now - send your

C.V. to pippa@carlylevet.co.nz

Look forward to hearing from you.

18/3/19

 


Manukau After Hours logo
Manukau After Hours is looking for a friendly and experienced vet nurse with exceptional people skills to join our well established emergency clinic.

Our clinic was purpose built only 2 years ago. Making it spacious, modern and well equipped with digital radiology, ultrasound and a full laboratory.

The part-time position will be focused on emergency vet nursing, you must be motivated and work well unsupervised.

You must also be confident with general vet nursing duties including:

  • Inserting catheters/Pulling bloods

  • Triaging emergency cases on arrival

  • Taking digital radiographs

  • Anaesthesia of compromised patients

  • Client relations

    We are looking for someone who has at least 2-3 years experience to join our tight knit, friendly nursing team. Emergency experience is preferred but not essential as support and training will be given. Competitive renumeration, CPD and NZVNA Membership is also offered for the right candidate.

There are a variety of shifts available. Some week day evening, week day morning and weekend shifts . Exact shift times can be discussed in further detail, and can be tailored to suit prior commitments.

Please submit your CV or any queries to the Head Veterinary Nurse Kirsty Spemann kirsty@nightvet.co.nz or call on 0272163046

12/3/19


 



Pet Doctors
 

VETERINARY NURSE – PET DOCTORS PALMERSTON NORTH

Who are we?

Pet Doctors Palmerston North is a well-established, fast-paced, companion animal clinic with a large team of five vets, 10 nurses, 2 cattery attendants and a dedicated client relations. The clinic is also shared with a registered specialist in veterinary ophthalmology and two groomers. The team prides themselves on high standards of care and exceptional customer service.

The 411

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a full-time, experienced Veterinary Nurse to join our busy team. Working 40 hours per week including weekends on a rostered basis; the right candidate will have a commitment and passion for high level patient and client care and the ability to work both independently and as part of a team.

What’s on offer?

  • Remuneration, commensurate with experience
  • Access to practical training programs through NVC’s purpose built veterinary training facilities
  • Annual Continued Education Allowance
  • Access to one of the strongest networks of veterinary professionals in New Zealand
  • Access to our Employee Assistance Program
  • Endless opportunities with the possibility of working across any one of our NVC clinics in Australia and New Zealand.
What we are looking for:
  • A minimum two years’ clinical experience in Veterinary Nursing with appropriate Veterinary Nursing qualifications
  • Demonstrated client relationship building skills
  • A hard working and a hands-on approach to your work
  • An ability to work efficiently, both independently and as part of the team
  • Exceptional customer service skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • A willingness to roll up your sleeves and get involved at all levels, with energy and drive
  • Effective time management and organisation skills.

For further information about our clinic, please visit:https://www.nzpetdoctors.co.nz/clinic/palmerston-north

About Us

Our clinic is part of National Veterinary Care (NVC) a group of over 90 clinics located across Australia and New Zealand. What makes us different?

National Veterinary Care believes that if we put our people first, the results will follow. We achieve this through having a highly qualified Veterinary Surgeon as our General Manager – Vet Services, who keeps our clinical standards at the forefront of business decisions. We achieve it through our Veterinary Training Centres – industry firsts where we offer practical CPD in everything from behaviour through to orthopaedic surgery – so that you have the skills and confidence to care for every pet who comes through your clinic doors. Click here to see more! https://nvcltd.com.au/Veterinary-Training-Centre/

What is it like to work for NVC?

Let our staff tell you themselves!

‘Since coming to work for NVC, my whole outlook on my job, career and ultimately my life has substantially improved. I love that the ethos at NVC is to invest in people, treat them well and show them that they are valued. I have certainly felt that.’ – Louise Parry, Lead Veterinarian, Everton Park Veterinary Surgery

‘Yesterday afternoon we did a stitch up or a dog's ear. The case was referred to us by another vet group who had vets available but refused to see the case. I believe this would never happen at NVC because of the great culture that our CEO has worked hard to infuse through NVC and which I hope we never lose’. – Peter Elliott, Lead Veterinarian, Vetcall Ashmore

Watch our video to find out more https://nvcltd.com.au/careers/

Sounds great! How do I apply?

Whether you are seeking a new career direction, a lifestyle change, a challenge or a relocation to a new environment, we would love to hear from you.

Please apply now by sending you CV and cover letter to: nwardlaw@nvcltd.com.au


11/3/19

 



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Veterinary Nurse/Receptionist - Companion Animal Vet Clinic, West Auckland

Auckland Veterinary Services requires a Veterinary Nurse/Receptionist

  • Do you have great communication skills both verbal and written?
  • Have you got the ability to work well within a team?
  • Do you have efficient time management skills?
  • Are you able to self-motivate and show initiative?

We are looking for a friendly, enthusiastic, self-motivated person, who strives to work in a team-based clinic. You need to enjoy working with clients and looking after each patient as though it was your own. You will be expected to be confident but not too afraid to ask questions as well as being able to multi-task when necessary.

See www.aucklandvetservices.co.nz for more information about the practice.

The work is varied with the nurses sharing three different positions; receptionist, support for consulting vets and surgical nursing. Our practice management software is Vetlink SQL so a working knowledge of this would be an advantage.

We are a one vet practice which may suit the right person who likes a relaxed atmosphere, but can accelerate when needed.

You must be a New Zealand resident or have a current New Zealand work visa.

If this sounds like you, please reply by email, sending your CV and covering letter to auckvet@auckvet.co.nz

Nicole Perrott
Auckland Veterinary Services
4143 Great North Road
Glen Eden
Auckland 0602


8/3/19

 



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Vet Nurse Position at Waikato After Hours Veterinary Hospital

Looking for an exciting and challenging new role in emergency and after hours nursing?!

At Waikato After Hours Veterinary Hospital we work nights, weekends and public holidays and strive to offer the best medicine and care possible for our patients and clients regardless of the time of the day.

We are a fun, passionate, welcoming and supportive bunch of vets and nurses and work very well as a team. We are looking for a friendly and dedicated vet nurse with a minimum of two years’ experience to join us.

This is a permanent position with a minimum of 30 hours per week and you will be part of a 6 week rotating roster. The roster is designed to give you the best work/life balance possible, whilst working only nights and weekends.

Your responsibilities will include:

  • client relations
  • patient evaluation and triage
  • care and monitoring of hospitalised patients and critical transfers
  • taking bloods and placing IV catheters
  • anaesthetic monitoring of high risk patients
  • digital radiography, CT scans and lab testing
  • fluid therapy and blood transfusion monitoring

We have an in-house full IDEXX laboratory and blood gas capabilities, smartflow inpatient hospital system, digital radiography, ultrasound, CT, oscillometric blood pressure, doppler, capnography, ECG, endoscopy, fluid therapy and more.

You will be able to work well in a fast paced environment and must be:

  • self-motivated and good at multi-tasking
  • able to communicate effectively with clients and staff
  • a good team player and willing to work extra hours if needed
  • enthusiastic and compassionate
  • skilled at using computers and being familiar with Vetlink software would be an advantage

Experience in emergency nursing would be beneficial but not essential. Full training on our emergency protocols will be provided

We provide a competitive remuneration commensurate with experience and advancement in the practice, continuing education, membership with the NZVNA, new skills and learning opportunities on every shift, and you get to use your skills each day you work!

Please submit your CV or any queries to Erika Smith at nursemanager@wavh.co.nz

Applications for this position close 15 March 2019 although we are always on the lookout for locum nurses.

 

5/3/19

 



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Veterinary Nurses required for veterinary specialist referral centre in the UK.

Three fixed term employment opportunities are available in theAlton, Hampshire.
We serve the South and South East of England and the Thames Valley


For further information please go to https://www.careerswithcvs.co.uk/jobs/vacancy/find/results/
or contact lindsey.dodd@cvsvets.com

Visit Lumbrypark's website


20/2




Massey-Uni

Veterinary Nurse

College of Sciences, Palmerston North

Massey Vets has restructured its companion animal nursing team and as such, we are seeking applications from either qualified veterinary nurses or veterinary technologists to work in our Emergency Centre and Critical Care Unit (ECC) within our Companion Animal Hospital team. Within our Companion Animal team, you would be working alongside Emergency Critical Care Specialists and Interns.

Massey Vets provides 24/7 Emergency Critical care for Vet clinics throughout the wider Manawatu-Whanganui region. Alongside our Community Practice and Referral clinics, this leads to a challenging and rewarding nursing environment.

The successful applicants would be part of an 11 person Emergency Critical Care nursing teamcovering days, nights and weekend shifts on a rotating weekly roster.

You should be enthusiastic, possess excellent communication skills, be self-motivated, organised and have a genuine interest in undergraduate education. As part of Massey Vets you will be involved in the teaching of Bachelor of Veterinary Science and Bachelor of Veterinary Technology students.

Enquiries may be directed to Christina Searle, Emergency and Critical Care Hospital Nursing Team Supervisor on 06 3569099 or emailed to c.searle@massey.ac.nz

Applications should be made online at http://massey-careers.massey.ac.nz

Closing date: 17 March 2019
Reference number: CS_SVS_077_02/19

For further information and to apply online, visit: http://masseyunicareers.nga.net.nz


20/2

 




Pet Doctors

VETERINARY NURSE – PET DOCTORS HOWICK

Who are we?

Pet Doctors Howick is a well-established, fast-paced, companion animal clinic which caters to the Howick, Highland Park, Bucklands Beach, Pakuranga, Whitford and Beachlands areas. The clinic has just had a refresh including the reception area making the clinic look fantastic!

The 411

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a full-time, experienced Veterinary Nurse to join our busy team. Working 40 hours per week, plus 1 in 2 Saturdays; the right candidate will have a commitment and passion for high level patient and client care and the ability to work independently and as part of a team, whilst demonstrating strong communication skills, along with having a collaborative team approach.

What’s on offer?

  • Remuneration, commensurate with experience
  • Access to practical training programs through NVC’s purpose built veterinary training facilities
  • Annual Continued Education Allowance
  • Access to one of the strongest networks of veterinary professionals
  • Access to our Employee Assistance Program
  • Endless opportunities with the possibility of working across any one of our NVC clinics in Australia and New Zealand.

What we are looking for:

  • A minimum two years’ experience in Veterinary Nursing with appropriate Veterinary Nursing qualifications
  • Exceptional surgical nursing skills
  • An ability to work efficiently, both independently and as part of the team
  • Exceptional customer service skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Demonstrated client relationship building skills
  • A hard working and a hands-on approach to your work
  • A willingness to roll up your sleeves and get involved at all levels, with energy and drive
  • Effective time management and organisation skills.

For further information about our clinic, please visit: https://www.nzpetdoctors.co.nz/clinic/howick

About Us

Our clinic is part of National Veterinary Care (NVC) a group of over 90 clinics located across Australia and New Zealand. What makes us different?

National Veterinary Care believes that if we put our people first, the results will follow. We achieve this through having a highly qualified Veterinary Surgeon as our General Manager – Vet Services, who keeps our clinical standards at the forefront of business decisions. We achieve it through our Veterinary Training Centres – industry firsts where we offer practical CPD in everything from behaviour through to orthopaedic surgery – so that you have the skills and confidence to care for every pet who comes through your clinic doors. Click here to see more! https://nvcltd.com.au/Veterinary-Training-Centre/

What is it like to work for NVC?

Let our staff tell you themselves!

‘Since coming to work for NVC, my whole outlook on my job, career and ultimately my life has substantially improved. I love that the ethos at NVC is to invest in people, treat them well and show them that they are valued. I have certainly felt that.’ – Louise Parry, Lead Veterinarian, Everton Park Veterinary Surgery

‘Yesterday afternoon we did a stitch up or a dog's ear. The case was referred to us by another vet group who had vets available but refused to see the case. I believe this would never happen at NVC because of the great culture that our CEO has worked hard to infuse through NVC and which I hope we never lose’. – Peter Elliott, Lead Veterinarian, Vetcall Ashmore

Watch our video to find out more https://nvcltd.com.au/careers/

Sounds great! How do I apply?

Whether you are seeking a new career direction, a lifestyle change, a challenge or a relocation to a new environment, we would love to hear from you.

 Please apply now by sending your CV and Cover Letter to: nwardlaw@nvcltd.com.au
 

14/2

 




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Part-time Vet Nurse Role – Franklin Vets, Kopu

Franklin Vets is a well-established Veterinarian practice with 10 clinics servicing the South Auckland, North Waikato, Thames and Coromandel districts.

We are looking for an enthusiastic and experienced Vet Nurse, with a Diploma in Veterinary Nursing, to join our Kopu team on a part-time basis. The position will primarily be based from our Kopu Clinic but there will be a requirement to work out of our Paeroa Clinic from time to time as the teams do work closely together. Initially this is for 2 days a week (Tuesday/Thursday) but we envisage that this will grow in time.

Your warm and friendly manner, high level of customer service and ability to be calm and efficient under pressure will see you supporting a motivated, caring team who are committed to delivering a very high standard of veterinary care.

You will be responsible for the following:

  • Providing general and surgical nursing assistance

  • Admitting/discharging patients

  • Nurse consults

  • Puppy preschool

  • Retail sales

  • Providing customer service cover

If you have fantastic vet nursing and customer service skills and are excited about meeting the needs of our clients and their pets, please apply online with your CV and a covering letter.


14/2

 



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Vet Nurse Role – Franklin Vets, Pukekohe

Franklin Vets is a well-established veterinary practice servicing the South Auckland, North Waikato, Thames and Coromandel districts.

We are looking for an enthusiastic and experienced Vet Nurse with a Diploma in Veterinary Nursing, to join our team of professionals at our Best Practice Pukekohe clinic.

Your warm and friendly manner, high-level of customer service and ability to be calm and efficient under pressure will see you supporting a motivated, caring team who are committed to delivering a very high standard of veterinary care.

You will be responsible for the following:

  • Providing general and surgical nursing assistance

  • Admitting/discharging patients

  • Nurse consults

  • Puppy preschools

  • Providing reception cover

  • Product sales

If you have excellent vet nursing and customer service skills and are excited about meeting the needs of our clients and their pets, please apply online with a copy of your CV and covering letter.


12/2/19

 





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At Herne Bay Vets we care for pets like family. We aim to provide first class care for our patients and exceed the expectations of our patient’s, owners and family.

We have a new opportunity for a full time Veterinary Nurse to join our team. We are a progressive clinic, providing the highest level of patient care and customer service. You will be exposed to a wide range of soft tissue and orthopaedic procedures, dentistry and medical cases.

What we are offering:

  • A dedication to a positive team culture and focus on providing a supportive work environment
  • We will encourage you to utilize your skills for IV placement, blood collection and other laboratory processing, x-rays, general anaesthetic monitoring, surgical and inpatient nursing
  • Focus and commitment on your professional development, including continuing education at NVC’s very own training centres
  • Access to a great team of Veterinarians and Nurses in a close-knit team environment
  • Flexibility and adventure with the possibility of working across any one of our NVC clinics in Australia and New Zealand if you so desire

What we are looking for:

  • A minimum of 2 years’ experience in Veterinary Nursing with appropriate qualifications
  • Exceptional customer service skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Demonstrated client relationship building skills
  • A hard working and hands-on approach to your work
  • A willingness to roll up your sleeves and get involved at all levels, with energy and drive
  • Effective time management and organization skills

For further information, please visit https://petvet.co.nz/

National Veterinary Care (NVC) a group of over 90 clinics located across Australia and New Zealand.

What makes us different?

National Veterinary Care believes that if we put our people first, the results will follow. We achieve this through having a highly qualified Veterinary Surgeon as our General Manager – Vet Services, who keeps our clinical standards at the forefront of business decisions. We achieve it through our Veterinary Training Centres – industry firsts where we offer practical CPD in everything from behaviour through to orthopaedic surgery – so that you have the skills and confidence to care for every pet who comes through your clinic doors. Click here to see more! https://nvcltd.com.au/Veterinary-Training-Centre/

 

What is it like to work for NVC?

Let our staff tell you themselves!

‘Since coming to work for NVC, my whole outlook on my job, career and ultimately my life has substantially improved. I love that the ethos at NVC is to invest in people, treat them well and show them that they are valued. I have certainly felt that.’ – Louise Parry, Lead Veterinarian, Everton Park Veterinary Surgery, Australia

Watch our video to find out more https://nvcltd.com.au/careers/

Sounds great! How do I apply?

Whether you are seeking a new career direction, a lifestyle change, a challenge or a relocation to a new environment, we would love to have a chat.

Please apply by sending you CV and Cover Letter to: nwardlaw@nvcltd.com.au


8/2/19



 


 

 

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