At ARC, our mission is to provide the best companion animal healthcare.
We’re a family-owned practice with a team of committed, caring professionals. We take a multidisciplinary approach to every patient’s care, in state of the art facilities equipped with the latest veterinary technology.
Our high quality services are recommended by pet owners to their family and friends, are chosen by our referring vets for their clients, and are an ongoing source of pride for our employees.
At ARC, we commit to:
Extremely high standards of care
If you want the best for animals, then you will love working with us.
Taking team health seriously
We provide a safe, enjoyable and supportive place to work.
We support your professional development and career progression.
Learning and growth
We provide you with professional challenges that you can learn and grow from.
As the clinic grows, you have the opportunity to grow with it.
You get to work in New Zealand’s best-equipped hospitals.
We’re proud of the work environment we’ve created at ARC. But don't take our word for it - read what some of our team have to say.
Resident in Radiology
Having survived my rotating internship, in no small part to the support from the specialists, emergency vets, nurses and receptionists, I knew I wanted to specialise. The team at ARC have always nurtured my aspiration to specialise in diagnostic imaging.
I was incredibly fortunate to be able to have ARC’s support for my ACVR residency, which wouldn’t have been possible otherwise. To be able to be a part of such a great team of approachable experts in their fields, all under one roof, has been humbling. I’m grateful for the opportunity to contribute to the level of care the ARC team brings to preserving the human animal bond in Aotearoa.
ECC Veterinary Nurse and Education Coordinator
After working in emergency and critical care departments for nine years in Australia, I knew I wanted to obtain my VTS ECC (Veterinary Technician Specialist in Emergency and Critical Care). The team at ARC has provided me with an incredible amount of support in doing this, and thanks to the extensive range of speciality disciplines, there is a broad and varied ECC caseload.
This has enabled me to submit Parts A and B of my application successfully, which required (amongst other items) 2 references letters, 75 case logs, 4 case studies and to achieve a minimum of 29 advanced skills (placing arterial catheters, central lines etc.) in one year and now I can sit the final exam.
Without the backing of the ARC team, this would have been incredibly difficult to achieve.
Why work for ARC?
We offer a cohesive, friendly work environment and encourage collaboration between our specialist and emergency teams.
We offer competitive remuneration, as well as a CPD allowance and an employee assistance programme.
We invest in your development and have motivated, experienced nurses and teachers who will help you succeed.
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