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Specialist in Diagnostic Imaging

12 June 2020

Specialist In Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging

Animal Referral Centre (ARC) is looking for an additional specialist in veterinary diagnostic imaging to join our practice. We are looking for a clinician to provide the highest standards of care and function as part of a cohesive, caring multidisciplinary team.

Our ideal candidate would be a board-certified radiologist (DECVDI, DACVR or FANZCVS) but individuals who have completed residency training are also welcome to apply.

The Animal Referral Centre is a busy, growing, specialist led private referral practice established in 2016. It is independently owned and operated and has specialists in small animal surgery, internal medicine, and diagnostic imaging. A cardiologist is joining the practice in August 2020. The clinic has a new 64 slice Siemens Go.Up CT, digital radiography, C-arm image intensification, ultrasound (Philips Epiq 7, Esaote MyLab 7), and access to off-site 3T MRI, PET CT and radiation therapy.

The clinic is located on Auckland’s North Shore. Auckland is New Zealand's largest city and home to over 1.6 million people. Auckland has fantastic beaches, two harbours, and hiking trails and national parks are within easy reach. The climate is sunny, the city is multi-cultural and we have outstanding food, wine and shopping. New Zealand is currently free of COVID-19 and the future for small animal specialist practice is very bright.

The remuneration package for this position is competitive, commensurate with experience and a signing bonus and relocation allowance are offered. We offer a 4 day work week, a generous CPD allowance and paid time off for CPD.

 

 

COVID-19 Alert Level 1 Announcement: ARC is open 24/7 for business as usual.
We are working to keep the waiting room as clear as possible, but clients who would like to wait outside or in their car are welcome to do so. We ask that you avoid entering our clinic if you are unwell; if so please call us to discuss the best way of ensuring your pet still receives care.