3 Stone Vets - Companion Animal Veterinarian - Te Awamutu
Organisation/clinic: 3 Stone Vets
Location: Te Awamutu
Position type: Companion Animal Veterinarian
Salary: Minimum 3 years experience starting from $120,000 + bonuses. $2500 cash signup bonus after 3 months employment. Reimbursement of interview time/expenses.
Join our lovely little mixed practice in Te Awamutu (Waikato), the rose capital of New Zealand. This is a superb location to explore the North Island, with great schools and a great community.
Are you a companion animal veterinarian who is willing to work up to 32 hours a week? Or would 4-days a week sound better? Tell us what you want to achieve work/life balance. Our hours are 9am to 5pm Monday–Friday and 9am to 12pm on Saturday, with flexibility available. Join a team of one full-time and two part-time veterinarians with two diploma veterinary nurses, veterinary technicians, and dedicated supportive staff.
We are looking for someone who is great with people, is compassionate and has excellent communication skills. This is a role for someone who is passionate about healthcare and wants to grow within the profession. Teamwork and good time management skills are essential.
We are thriving clinic and are looking to have a new team member join this growing practice. Consults are a minimum of 15-minutes and we put a cap on three procedures per day.
Work/life balance is a key focus for our team. Our fantastic support staff ensure set times for catch-ups, administration work and training blocks, plus one hour for lunch. Unlimited CPD - tell us what you want to go with your career.
Join a team of genuinely lovely people who are great at their jobs. Work with clients that enjoy a holistic care approach and get that desired work-life balance.
We have a modern purpose designed clinic, with all the standard equipment including in-house IDEXX machines, IM3 dental cart/x-ray, digital x-ray and ultrasound.
A minimum of 2-3 years’ experience is required for this role. We are also happy to support veterinarians returning to practice after a career break.