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Hospital Director Job Tasmania - 213,050LH2

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LOCATION: North Coast Tasmania

TYPE OF WORK: 100% Small Animal

HOURS: Full Time or Part Time


SALARY: Package of up to $200,000 per annum

JOB NO: 213,051LH2

Looking for a sea change? Seeking a new role that will afford you a rewarding and fulfilling career? All while enjoying the work-life balance and amazing lifestyle that Tasmania has to offer?

An exciting opportunity has become available for a hospital director to lead a team at a practice in Tasmania.

The role will see the director leading an exceptional, positive and inclusive team of vets and nurses in a small animal practice. The successful candidate will be supported with the general business aspects of the hospital, including operations, HR and finance.

Responsibilities of the role include:

– Ensuring the regulatory compliance of the hospital to develop, approve and maintain a high level of Veterinary standard of care.

– Nurturing an environment of positive teamwork among hospital team members.

– Ensuring the hospital provides a variety of animal healthcare duties in the hospital, as well as management, mentorship, and development of all hospital team members.

– Human resource management, such as performance management, recruitment, and employee relations, with the full support of a HR department.

– Being responsible for the profitable operation of the hospital and its achievement of KPI targets and budget objectives with the support of an operations manager and finance team.

Benefits include working with a team who offers high standards of care and an exceptional client experience (all while having fun), ongoing opportunities for training and development, a continuing education allowance and one week of study leave per year. On offer is a salary package of up to $200,000 per annum plus a relocation package and potential equity partnership.

The employer is willing to assist with a work permit (sponsorship) for suitable overseas candidates. Applicants must have a Bachelor of Veterinary Science (or equivalent) and be eligible for registration as a veterinary practitioner in Australia.

The practice is equipped with all the modern resources, including in-house pathology, digital radiography and ultrasonography, to mention a few.

The area is a fantastic place to live. Mountain bike tracks, national parks and lakes, golf courses, great scenery, wineries, a gin distillery, chocolate factories, museums and more! There are many opportunities for exploring the local area, and mainland Australia is easily accessible.

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For more information, please contact:

Liz Wilson
Recruitment Consultant