Veterinary Surgeon- £68k salary/ Autonomy over your caseload
Salary up to £68,000 (DOE)
Motivated and talented team
Shape a forward-thinking clinical team
Empowered to develop
Lloyd & Cowan is a Specialist Veterinary Recruitment Consultancy, and we are working closely with a purpose-built veterinary practice in West Sussex, who are seeking to appoint an experienced Veterinary Surgeon.
Looking for a passionate and dedicated Veterinary Surgeon to join Modern Clinic. With excellent clinical exposure and the autonomy over your caseload, you will have a varied working day, with a mix of surgery and consults.
The position is full time, 4.5 days per week plus 1:3 Saturday mornings. Same shift pattern each week 08:30-18:30 and 09:00-13:00 on a Saturday. No OOH. We are flexible to be able to consider part time applications for the right individual.
If you are looking to progress, we can discuss the option of taking on some management responsibilities if this is something that you would be interested in.
Salary of up to £68,000 per annum depending on experience.
About the Team and Culture
Established and knowledgeable team of loyal and dedicated Veterinary Surgeons, Registered Veterinary Nurses, Receptionists, and the Practice Manager. Positive, friendly working culture in practice and support the clinical development of each other, as well as providing a secure support network for the day-to-day.
Looking for a friendly and dynamic vet to help guide the business. We are seeking a Vet that has proven small animal experience post qualification. You will have a real chance to have autonomy with your cases, therefore you will be an effective communicator and have a positive can-do attitude.
· 6.6 weeks number of holidays including bank holidays
· Private medical insurance
· Initiatives focused on employee wellbeing
· Non-accidental injury support
· £1,250 per annum CPD allowance with 5 days paid pro-rata
· Certificate support
· And much more….
For more Information or to express your interest in this Opportunity send a CV to Paul via the Link.