Our client that we are delighted to be working with are looking for a Veterinary Surgeon to join their friendly, supportive, forward-thinking team. This opportunity is open to both full and part time applicants, offering a flexible working approach.
There are no OOH and only 1 in 5 Saturday mornings to ensure a great work-life balance.
You will be caring, hard-working, dedicated to providing the best care for your patients and clients as well as possess excellent communication skills. In return you will get plenty of support from a friendly and capable team, the opportunity to discuss cases, to learn and to further develop your veterinary skills.
You will join their 4 other vets, 4 qualified RVNs, a student VN, a Veterinary Care Assistant and dedicated reception staff, many of whom have been with the practice for years.
The salary is up to £63,000 DOE.
This practice is a large building, and their large RCVS Tier 2 premises was recently refurbished. With comfortable staff areas (including a Nespresso coffee machine!), large, light, and airy consulting rooms and large waiting areas - separate for cats and dogs. They are well stocked with a brand-new digital x-ray and new dental x-ray, ultrasound, endoscope and in-house lab enabling you to work up to cases to a high level. They have a large kennel area, dedicated dental suite and large theatre with a multi-parameter machine.
They consider themselves a small, friendly, and inclusive team. They actively support and encourage well-being, as individuals and as a wider team.
They are looking for a friendly and approachable person who works well within a team. As there may be a need to travel to their other branch a short distance away, a driving license and own car would be beneficial.
In addition to a competitive base salary, you will benefit from -
6.6 weeks annual leave
Increasing holiday allowance based on length of service
Private medical insurance
Discounted staff pet care
And much more....
For more Information or to express your interest in this opportunity send a CV to Paul via the Link.