If you want to talk to someone who really knows the vet industry, you need to talk to Lynsey.
Lynsey started at her first vet practice at the age of 16, straight from school, almost 30 years ago. She’s worked in small animal practices and mixed animal practices, and at all seniority levels, from receptionist to head nurse and everything in between. For the last 15 years, she’s worked as a vet nurse at Vets4Pets—the last five of those as Practice Manager.
In the midst of all this, Lynsey also found time to do a Master’s in Veterinary Business Management. She understands vet practices from both sides, which gives her the competitive edge when recruiting locums for practices and finding vet locum jobs for candidates.
Her Master’s degree gives her the edge in understanding the overall running of the practice, balancing budgets, maintaining teams and remaining cohesive. Her nursing skills enable her to understand the challenges veterinary professionals face, how to manage rotas and teams, and how to handle difficult times and talent shortages.
Looking for vet locum jobs?
When you start out in locuming, it can be tricky to know what to expect. This is where Lynsey can help. Lynsey can advise you on how to approach vet locum jobs, and she can talk you through exactly what the process is like and what to expect as a locum. And if you enjoy your first locum job, she can keep you in work for as long as you like.
Lynsey is happy to offer you an open, honest, no-commitment chat about your career options and what locuming will really be like. She describes herself as ‘a terrible saleswoman’—meaning she won’t try to sell you on a role, or on the concept of vet locum jobs in general. She has your best interests at heart and would love to see how she can help.
She often gets asked how much it costs to use our services as a locum, and the answer is nothing! It’s completely free.
Looking for locums?
Lynsey believes in the recruitment process. Her experience of running a practice gives her a competitive edge—she understands the struggles practices are facing, along with the talent shortage. A locum could be just what you need while you wait to find a permanent employee or could give you the flexibility to cope with extra workloads.
Lynsey is genuine and transparent when it comes to what you need and what we can offer. Her aim is to build genuine relationships with practices, so you can fall back on her expertise whenever you need it.
Get in touch with Lynsey for a no-strings chat about your locum needs!