Farm/Equine Vet

Large Animal · Pukekohe, Auckland
Department Large Animal
Employment Type Full-Time
Minimum Experience Experienced
    • Keen to grow your career, and experience the New Zealand lifestyle?
    • Become part of our expanding and supportive Farm Services Vet team
    • Work in a well-equipped BEST PRACTICE accredited clinic


    If you have ever thought about experiencing the New Zealand lifestyle, now is a great time to consider making the move. There is the option of a mix of farm and equine work or 100% farm in this role, depending on your preference/ experience. The role is servicing clients across our Pukekohe and Waiuku catchments.


    If you’re a vet with at least 2 years’ practical experience, we need you to join our progressive and growing mixed animal practice, which employs 61 vets across 11 clinics!

     

    A confident communicator, you’ll be known for your great interpersonal skills and your commitment to providing exceptional service. Your ability to educate and interact with our clients will be as strong as your passion for individual animal care. Supported by a large team of vets you’ll be backed by expert knowledge specific to all class of stock, including dairy, sheep, beef and equine.


    Located in our well-equipped BEST Practice accredited Pukekohe clinic, you will become part of a thriving rural community with a vibrant, growing town, that is still close enough to enjoy the benefits of our largest city, Auckland.


    In addition to a competitive salary and benefits, including a 4x4 double cab ute, you will receive on-going mentoring and support from the wider Franklin Vets Farm Team.

    If you’re interested in moving to New Zealand and working with a great team find out more Careers - Franklin Vets  and apply online with your CV and cover letter.




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    • Location
      Pukekohe, Auckland
    • Department
      Large Animal
    • Employment Type
      Full-Time
    • Minimum Experience
      Experienced