Veterinary Surgeon- Picturesque Lake District

Location Cumbria
Discipline: Small Animal Vet, Veterinary Surgeons
Job type: Permanent
Contact name: Paul McCay

Contact email: paul@lloydandcowan.com
Job ref: PMC6709
Published: 20 days ago

Veterinary Surgeon- Picturesque Lake District

Are you a passionate veterinarian with a love for the outdoors?

If you're a stargazer, nature enthusiast, fell runner, rock climber, birdwatcher, trainspotter, camper, kayaker, or just someone who enjoys the scenic beauty of the Lake District, we have an exciting opportunity for you!

About Our Client:

Our client, is located on the doorstep of the picturesque Lake District, offering the perfect blend of work and leisure. To sweeten the deal, they're offering a generous £5,000 relocation package for those considering a move to this stunning corner of the country.

What they Offer:

  • Flexibility in your veterinary role, allowing you to develop your skills and explore your areas of interest.

  • Robust Continuing Professional Development (CPD) support, encouraging you to pursue postgraduate qualifications and certifications.

  • A close-knit, inclusive, and supportive team that's deeply rooted in the local community.

  • Access to state-of-the-art facilities and ample parking.

  • A customizable full-time work schedule with no out-of-hours duties, and weekends on a fair rota basis.

  • Competitive salary of up to £65,000.

  • Standard benefits including pension, healthcare, paid memberships, and more.

  • Excellent career progression opportunities.

  • Exclusive lifestyle and shopping discounts.

  • Relocation packages available for candidates within or outside the UK, including visa sponsorship (A+ rated sponsor).

What they are looking for:

  • Small animal experience as a general practitioner.

  • Strong interpersonal skills.

  • Comfortable with sole charge responsibilities and enthusiastic about working as part of a collaborative team.

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