Go further in life by developing your veterinary career with Zodiac Exotic & Pet Hospital! We are looking for enthusiastic veterinarians to join our team.

We are one of Hong Kong’s leading hospitals in exotic companion animal care with an ABVP board certified avian and exotic companion mammal specialist, a ABVP board-certified reptile and amphibian specialist and an ACVIM board-certified small animal internal medicine specialist. We are conveniently located near the Tin Hau and Fortress Hill MTR stations.

Our ideal candidate has post-graduate qualifications/training in exotic companion animal medicine and is board certified, board eligible or interesting in becoming board certified in ABVP, ACZM or ECZM.

We provide premier veterinary services to our patients and clients including temperature-controlled wards for a variety of species, a temperature-controlled pharmacy, well-equipped in-house laboratory, digital radiography, ultrasonography, endoscopy, and overnight nursing care.

Support staff includes AIRC certified veterinary assistants and nurses with a strong interest in exotic companion animals who are under the supervision of a Qualified Veterinary Nurse with a Diploma in Veterinary Nursing of Zoological Species, a Diploma of Animal Technology, a certificate in Veterinary Nursing Anesthesia and a certificate in Veterinary Dentistry for Nurses.

We focus on educating our clients and our staff to provide the best care for our patients. You will have 30-90 minutes for each consultation so that you can give the patient and the client plenty of attention.

We offer a competitive, experience-based remuneration package, annual CPD allowance, 4-5-day work week, no after-hours/night shift work required and excellent annual leave allowance. Translator vet assistants/nurses are available.

If you would like to be considered for the position, please email your resume along with any letters of recommendation and references to CAREER@ZODIACVET.COM

Please visit our website www.zodiacvet.com for more information.

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