Fixed-term contract (long or short term) sole charge Veterinary Surgeon, new graduates are welcome to apply. There is also the possibility of being offered a permanent position if or when it suits both parties.
Work visas for UK or Australian registered Veterinary Surgeons are easily obtainable because the qualification is listed as a critical skills shortage in South Africa.
The starting date is negotiable, but the sooner the better.
Remuneration is commensurate with experience, but the offer is up £3000 p/m. Benefits may include return airfare, ongoing scheduled training with more experienced doctors and accommodation and private vehicle to help you settle in.
Mass Spay and Neuter Programme
Over a ten-year period, we have yielded excellent results with this free programme, transforming the health and welfare status for most of the cats and dogs in the area. Our focus is to maintain this transformation while continuing to develop cooperative and compassionate relationships with the Khayelitsha community.
Routine & Emergency Care
The facilities include a clinic and hospital with theatre, digital radiography and ultrasound. Most residents do not have access to private transport and either walk to our clinic or access treatment and emergency medical intervention via our animal ambulance.
Additionally, the organisation has an on-going kennel build and distribution programme and; whenever necessary and possible, they rehome surrendered or rescued cats and dogs.
For more information please contact the Director, Ms Tamsin Nel on 0027 84 778 1215 or to apply for this exceptional opportunity please email a covering letter and up to date copy of your CV to Tamsin at: [email protected]