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Small Animal Vet

Small Animal Vet

  • London

NSV - The Vet Recruiter

I am recruiting for an RCVS Accredited hospital practice, very well-established Veterinary Surgery on the lookout for a new Small Animal Vet to join their large team.

Due to expansion of the practice we are searching for an enthusiastic qualified vet. The practice is a family run and very well-established practice. They are a multi-vet practice currently with 10 Vets, 22 nurses, 9 Receptionists and a strong management team in place.

You will be working alongside very experienced Vet team with 2 visiting specialists in Orthopaedics and Ophthalmology.

Key Information

Very well-established

Flexible working hours

Competitive salary brackets (£30,000-£55,000)

CPD fully encouraged and supported4-5 days per week1 night on call per week

6 week rolling Rota

Well-equipped practice

Modern working environments

Well supported

Key Duties You will be able to enjoy a very nice work-life balance.

The position is a full time position with a 4 day working week and a 6 week Rota.

Within that 6 week period you will need to work 1:3 full weekends and 1:3 half weekends.

You will also be required to be on call 1 night per week. Package and Benefits

For your hard work you will be rewarded with a competitive salary dependant on experience. CPD is actively encouraged and funded to certificate level.

Additional perks will be added including RCVS, VDS and extra memberships paid too.

Key Skills, Qualifications and Client Requirements

We require you to enjoy working as a team as this is something that’s really important to them. They are equipped with state of the art equipment including: Ultrasound machine, Digital Radiography and Hydrotherapy unit.

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Job Overview
Category
Surgeon
Offered Salary
£30,000 - £55,000/annum
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