Clinical Director - Wakefield, West Yorkshire
As part of the expansion and success of Calder Vets, a fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Clinical Director within our brand new state-of-the-art referral centre, due for completion towards the end of 2017.
Based at our brand new purpose built centre, you will lead a well-established referrals team to deliver first class veterinary services to referring practices, patients and clients across the region.
As a high profile veterinary Specialist with extensive clinical experience, you will work as part of a management team within our multi-disciplinary referrals service. You will be responsible for ensuring the smooth running of the
clinical service across the centre. The Clinical Director will help shape the team and will also develop the clinical and operational protocols for the business, and this is therefore a great opportunity for the right person to help deliver a service that provides the best possible client journey.
Calder Vets is part of Linnaeus Group, one of the UK’s leading veterinary service providers and as a Clinical Director you will receive a comprehensive range of benefits including; an excellent salary package, supported and encouraged professional development and access to a range of flexible benefits to suit your needs.
If you are looking for an exciting new challenge in one of the largest and best equipped small animal referral centres in Europe, then we’d love to hear from you.
For a confidential discussion, call our People & Culture team on 0121 712 7054 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
In the role, some of the key responsibilities will include:
> Delivering top class patient and client care.
> Developing a progressive clinical governance programme.
> Taking part in and encouraging clinical research.
> Working with wider group colleagues to deliver centre plans.
> Supporting facilities and H&S management and compliance for the group.
> Building a culture of performance and talent development.
To be successful you will have to be able to demonstrate:
> Experience managing or assistant managing a clinical environment with evidence of leadership skills.
> Decisiveness and encouragement for team growth, client bonding and positive patient outcomes.
> Experience of managing and implementing business and process improvements.
> A passion for delivering the best possible service, support and outcomes for patients, customers and colleagues.