Job Vacancy

Anaesthesiology Specialist – Hong Kong – ACVAA/ECVAA

We are searching for a Board-Certified Veterinary Anaesthesiology Specialist to join a leading specialist referral centre in Hong Kong.


Hong Kong


£200,000 - £230,000

Position Length

Full Time Permanent.

If you are an experienced Anaesthetist seeking a change, this is your chance to be at the forefront of veterinary clinical services in one of the world’s most vibrant cities. Hong Kong!

Our client is a premier 24-hour referral hospital. You would work alongside an international team of specialists in Dermatology, Dentistry, Diagnostic Imaging, Internal Medicine, Neurology, Surgery, Oncology, Ophthalmology, Anaesthesiology, and Pain Management, as well as experienced Primary Care and Emergency clinicians.

Here’s what is on offer for you:

  • Exceptional Remuneration Package: Enjoy a top-tier compensation package with comprehensive benefits. Circa £200k – £230k+ (very low tax in Hong Kong)
  • Continual Professional Development: CPD allowance and leave to help you stay at the cutting edge of veterinary medicine.
  • Work-Life Balance: Generous annual leave allowance
  • Comprehensive Medical Insurance: Worldwide coverage for you, your spouse, and your children.
  • Professional Indemnity Cover: Peace of mind with our robust coverage.
  • Tax Benefits: Benefit from Hong Kong’s relatively low personal tax system.
  • Language Support: Nursing staff available for translation when necessary.
  • Relocation Support: Relocation allowance and full assistance with license and visa applications.
  • No On-Call Duty: Enjoy your free time with no on-call responsibilities.

This is your opportunity to join a prestigious institution and make a significant impact in veterinary medicine while enjoying the dynamic lifestyle Hong Kong offers.

Role at a glance:

  • Salary circa £200k – £230k annually depending on experience
  • 4-day work per week; 8am-7pm
  • No on call
  • 2 years of relevant experience working in a private clinic is preferred
  • Responsibilities including but not limit to:
  • The treatment and case management of companion animal patients referred to the , Surgery Service.
  • Participate in clinical teaching of stabilisation, diagnostic workup and therapy of patients, time management, veterinary economics, client service, and communication
  • Manage a diverse and challenging client population
  • Develop, review, and ensure protocols for vets and support staff in the department are consistent with current best practices
  • Provide training for juniors and vet students. Adequate paid off-clinic time for preparation of courses and lectures will be provided as needed

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