Are you looking for a change?

Victory Animal Hospital is looking for a Veterinary Nurse with a drive to teach and facilitate the growth of a practice in a very unique environment.

Hong Kong is an exciting and vibrant world city that is located centrally in Asia, with a low individual tax rate of 16%, is exceptionally safe and allows for ease of travel. Clients are dedicated and passionate about their pets and are willing to go that extra mile in trying to help their loved ones, making working here both rewarding as well as stimulating.

Victory Animal Hospital has a long history of providing high quality veterinary care in Hong Kong. We are committed to continually improving the standards of veterinary science in both our clinic and Hong Kong. Our team is dedicated and passionate in improving the quality of lives of pets and achieving our motto of “We Care Professionally and Personally”.

We are a well-equipped clinic, with separate “clean” and “dirty” surgical suites, separate cat, dog and isolation wards, digital radiography, ultrasound, endoscopy, laparoscopy, arthroscopy and full laboratory blood testing station, as well as access to MRI and CT. We are a high-functioning clinic with advanced surgical, diagnostic imaging and medical skillsets.

Your Role:

What we ask for:

What’s in it for you:

HKD 30,000 to 35,000 per month, plus performance-based commissions and bonus, health insurance, 14 days annual leave, not including Statutory Holidays (16 days), continuing education opportunities that are fully supported by the company

Relocation assistance

If you’re passionate about animal care and eager to join a supportive, professional team, please submit your resume to manager@victoryanimalhospital.com. All information collected will be used solely for recruitment purposes.

We look forward to hearing from you and welcoming you to the Victory Animal Hospital family. The practice is led by lead surgeon Dr Owen Swan, President of the HKVA and Dr Ryan Moralee, who has special interests in diagnostic imaging and internal medicine.