Specialist in Small Animal Diagnostic Imaging
We have an exciting opportunity for a Specialist in Diagnostic Imaging to join our fast-growing specialist practice in beautiful Auckland, New Zealand. You will be a part of the Veterinary Specialists Auckland (VSA) family. We have two established hospitals in Auckland with two diagnostic imaging, one internal medicine and six surgery specialists. We are an experienced group, committed to providing the very best care with a strong culture of excellence, fun, dedicated support and collaboration. Everything we do is about delivering the highest quality care - together.
VSA is entering a period of growth and we are now looking for the right person to join our team as we expand our diagnostic imaging service across Auckland. We have digital radiography, ultrasound, CT and access to external MRI and PET CT.
The successful candidate will have an eye on the future – a future bright with opportunity.
- Build a career, and a home in New Zealand
- Enjoy three day weekends, every week
- Explore opportunities for ownership
- Work in purpose built hospitals with world class facilities & equipment
- Collaborate with other specialists to provide the very best care together
- Be part of a fantastic team with dedicated support
- Veterinary qualification that is registrable in New Zealand
- Completion of a recognised specialist training program in diagnostic imaging
- Diplomate status in ACVIM or ECVIM or Fellowship of ANZCVS preferred but, candidates with accepted exam credentials considered.
- Positive interaction with specialists in other clinical fields
- Ability to interact well with other specialists to contribute to overall patient care and treatment
- Work well in a team environment
If you are a team player with exceptional standards, dedicated to continued learning and are ready to enjoy a wonderful life in New Zealand, then please visit our webpage to register an expression of interest.
To apply for this job, please visit our website: https://www.vsahospital.co.nz/specialist-in-small-animal-diagnostic-imaging/