Állatorvosi állás - Moon Bear Rescue Center, Kína



We are seeking a Veterinary Surgeon for our Moon Bear Rescue Centre in
Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China. The Veterinary Surgeon will be based
at the rescue centre and will be responsible for providing extensive
veterinary care to Asiatic black bears and brown bears rescued from bile
farms, other resident animals, and local domestic animals. He/ She will
work under the supervision of the Senior Veterinary Surgeon as part of a
team of two vets and three qualified veterinary nurses. It will also
involve working alongside and liaising with the Bear Managers. He/ She
may be required to travel within Asia and participate in outreach
projects and work with local veterinarians.

Requirements

 At least two to five years work experience in a large mixed veterinary
practice, zoological facility, specialist referral centre, or similar
working environment.

 Excellent clinical and organizational skills, an aptitude for
problem-solving medicine and self-directed learning and plenty of
initiative and flexibility.

 A good sense of humor, excellent communication skills and the ability
to live and work closely with the rest of the team comprising both
western and local staff.

 Cultural sensitivity and a history of working abroad, plus a
background in captive wildlife management or charitable veterinary work
are beneficial.

 Right candidates must be able to commit for two years.

Appointment is full-time, five days a week with some weekend work applicable.

Benefits provided:
• On site accommodation and meals
• Relocation Assistance
• Medical Insurance
• Paid Holidays

How to Apply

Interested parties please send your application letter, full resume and completed Job Application Form to hrhkg@animalsasia.org  (in Word format). Please quote the position applied on the email subject.

Only shortlisted candidates will be notified. Applicants not hearing
from us within one week from the closing date may consider their
applications unsuccessful.

Closing date for applications is 18 March 2011.

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