ezyVet is a growing technology company that is competing on the global stage. Our mission is to develop and distribute disruptive technology that innovates, automates, and changes the Veterinary market globally. We have found a winning formula and we need people who are hungry for a challenge to help drive our expansion.
Global demand for our product continues to blow up in a big way and so does our dedication to grow our delivery capability. That’s why about a year ago we crafted this Junior Project Manager programme to induct and train budding PM’s into our global teams and it has been hugely successful. So much so we’re keeping momentum and want more great humans to join our London HQ.
The Junior PM programme takes ambitious individuals on a journey through two key areas of our business – Support and Implementation. Diving first into ezyVet Support, upskilling on our powerful software and customer requirements. In time, you will quickly develop into the Project Manager role, executing an end to end ezyVet on boarding process and training veterinary customers (both remotely via webinars and on-site in person). The Implementation Team facilitate project and change management at its best; initiating, planning, executing, controlling, and closing the work of a team to achieve specific goals and meet specific success criteria at the specified time. The primary challenge of project management is to achieve all of the project goals within the given constraints.
Full disclosure – This is a stepped programme that will take time, resilience and a long-term view. You will learn ezyVet from the ground up and at pace. Opportunities are plenty if you align with the intentions of the programme. We build knowledge, confidence and capability that will set you up for hugely rewarding careers at ezyVet.
As a Support Superstar you will be learning:
The ins and outs of the ezyVet software
The veterinary workflow and why our customers love ezyVet
How to solve problems and think on your feet
How the different teams within ezyVet work together to get results
As a Project Manager (or Implementer) your focus shifts to:
Travelling across the UK, Europe and North America. Travel for business isn’t an easy gig, and this role requires a significant amount of it (approx. 2 weeks onsite per month). Please take careful consideration of the travel component before applying
In our London office, leading training and configuration webinars
Managing multiple projects across different time zones with varying requirements.
Collaborating with our development team to help craft the software and prioritise feature and fix releases.
So what are we looking for?
Can handle pressure of deadlines
Hardworking. Ideally you are outcome driven and do what it takes to get the job done
Experience working in a busy environment
Strong time management skills
Amazing communication skills
Adaptable when things don’t go according to plan
Bonus: Full, clean current driver’s license (you may need to take the wheel on the other side of the world!)
Most important: a sense of humour and adventure. You’ve got to enjoy the ride
Perks of the job:
An awesome work environment with lots of friendly faces
Mobile + plan
Laptop & accessories
Team & individual bonus incentive schemes
Domestic & International travel
Convenient South West London location
Cool, fun, adventure loving company culture and much more!
You do not need to be highly skilled with cloud software, project management or implementations, but it’d be a bonus. We want to find great humans who care about delivering excellent outcomes.
If you are up for the challenge, you will join a fun kiwi company, help build a culture to be proud of and revel in the delight of knowing you are a key part of something great! Why not travel the world while building a career, and getting paid for it!
To find out more about us check out our website, Facebook page or hear it firsthand from our team. Check out their ezyVet Lifestyle blogs and read on if you want in! https://blog.ezyvet.com/tag/ezyvet-lifestyle
Applicants for this position should have UK citizenship, residency or a valid UK work visa.