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"Tierklinik Aarau West AG" is the largest vet-owned small animal clinic in Switzerland. More than 120 employees provide a professional and state-of-art service for our patients. Our clinic is characterized by the interdisciplinary cooperation of a great number of diplomates and the interaction with our motivated trainees, interns, assistants, seniors and veterinary nurses.

A group of experienced veterinary anaesthesia technicians (VATs) and veterinary nurses currently supply our surgical and medical units with proficient anaesthesia skills. To even improve and professionalize this service we’re looking to add an Anaesthesiologist (f,m,d; 100% or job sharing) to our team.

As the head of the anaesthesia unit you will be in charge of
- the coordination of daily anaesthesia procedures
- support and advising our VATS and nurses with expertise
- training of assistants, interns and nurses in Anaesthesia
- revising and establishing anaesthesia standard procedures

Your qualifications include
- a diploma of ECVAA/ACVAA or eligible education
- The knowledge of spoken German is very much appreciated, but a candidate speaking English fluently and willing to learn German could also be considered
- exceptional communication and interpersonal skills
- interest and – preferably - experience in coordination and education
- a straightforward approach
- joy in a busy work routine

Our clinic provides a professional working surrounding with modern anaesthetic equipment, engaged staff members and a sophisticated caseload. You’ll have the chance to contribute in establishing this new position within a running company with the goal of professional and practical anaesthetic procedures. If you’re interested in this multifaced task you can expect fair working conditions and an adequate salary.

Please send your complete application materials to:

Tierklinik Aarau West AG
Angela Imhof, HR
Muhenstrasse 56
5036 Oberentfelden
062 737 80 00
personal@tierklinikaw.ch

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