Due to recent expansion and the launch of a designated OOH service within our client's RCVS accredited Hospital we a looking to recruit two new full time vets.
Our client are a two site, proactive, well equipped hospital and practice situated on the coast at the Norfolk/Suffolk border. You would be joining an established team of 13 vets with a range of experience and interests. Their large team provides full support and a wide and varied case load to enable the pursuit of all areas of individual interest. They provide veterinary attendance at the local greyhound stadium which also gives our vets who attend the opportunity to develop their skills in a totally different environment.
They offer exceptional standards of animal and client care and are looking for an individual with excellent communication skills who enjoys building their own client base and rapport.
There is no requirement for night work as this is covered by our MiNightVet service. Vets work a 4 day week with 1 in 4 Saturday mornings, 1 in 20 weekends (days only) and 1 in 20 back-up weekends. Weekends worked are remunerated with full compensatory time off in lieu the following week.
They are committed to the wellbeing of all their staff and endeavour to support their vets with fantastic career opportunities and a good work life balance. They can cater for all levels of experience, with CPD fully supported including certificate study.
This is a wonderful opportunity to enjoy the beautiful Norfolk and Suffolk coastline with one of the best climates in the country and a lower cost of living.
For a confidential discussion about our opportunities call Ciaran on +447748575420 or email a CV via the link below.
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