Veterinary Surgeon- Join a well established, busy, small animal practice!

Location Bedfordshire
Discipline: Small Animal Vet, Veterinary Surgeons
Job type: Permanent
Salary: Up to £70k
Contact name: Paul McCay

Contact email: paul@lloydandcowan.com
Job ref: PMC230
Published: about 1 month ago

Our client who we are pleased to be working with have an exciting opportunity for a Senior Veterinary Surgeon to join a well established, busy, small animal practice. 

About them:

You would be surrounded by a supportive team made up of a very experienced Practice manager, 3 Qualified RVNs, a SVN, a VCAs and of course Dominic and his Vet team. Their colleagues believe in encouraging peoples interests so if you do have a particular Certificate you would want to work toward Dominic is happy to support you with this. 

The practice itself is modern, air-conditioned practice is purpose built to industry leading standards with state-of-the-art equipment including digital X-ray, ultrasound, in house blood machines, 3 air-conditioned consult rooms and dedicated theatre. There is also laparoscopic equipment available.

About you:
They’re looking for a confident Vet both in your clinical and communication skills with solid experience gained in first opinion practice. This is a unique opportunity as it offers a real opportunity for develop and progress within your career.  

In addition to a rewarding role in a great location, you can also expect to receive:

  • Salary up to £70,000 depending on experience 

  • No out of hours

  • Paid holiday of 28 days, rising to 33 days after 2 years of service

  • Paid professional memberships including RCVS and BVA

  • Dedicated CPD allowance and time off including funding towards certificates

  • Life assurance 4 x annual salary

  • Contributory pension scheme

  • Private health insurance

  • Sponsorship fees paid

  • Relocation allowance up to £5,000 (direct applicants only)

  • Cycle to work scheme

For more Information or to express your interest in this opportunity send a CV to Paul via the Link.