Small Animal Veterinary Surgeon – East Midlands
Exceptional small animal opportunities for an experienced Small Animal Vet to join an independent, progressive hospital in rural East Midlands.
In addition to the amazingly talented and dedicated clinical teams, you will find that we deliver a first-class, first-opinion vet service to our friendly client base.
Our facilities, knowledge and expertise allow us to offer gold-standard first-opinion preventative programmes through to advanced diagnostics and treatment, investigating clinical problems thoroughly and expertly, at our purpose built, single-site hospital.
We offer wide and varied surgical and medical caseloads, and you will have the clinical freedom to follow and work up these cases to a high standard.
You will be supported by laparoscopy and endoscopy equipment, digital radiography and ultrasound facilities with CT scanning facilities due to be launched shortly.
Our team members include certificate holders in cardiology, surgery and internal medicine. Through our teaching association with the University of Nottingham Vet School, you will have opportunities to work alongside leading surgeons and clinicians.
Minimum 2 years post-grad. experience. RCVS registered.
A strong team player, with well-developed communication and time-management skills. You will be keen to make a positive impact from day one, and will be keen to contribute to our continued growth.
Competitive salary commensurate with experience and qualifications
CPD is encouraged and provided in order to maintain our delivery of the most up-to-date animal care, within a practice which fully encourages and supports your development
A generous benefits package including subs paid for RCVS, BVA and BSAVA, or specialist membership if preferred, private health care and contributory pension.
OOH rota; currently 1:5, though it is anticipated that this will include telephone back up to graduate clinicians in our Graduate Clinician Programme.
We are a single-site, purpose built hospital, situated in the pretty market town of Oakham. Rutland may be the smallest county in England, but there is always something of interest happening. Tourism plays a huge part in our local economy, and the area offers plenty of options for outdoor and sporting pursuits, in addition to rural and natural history interests. Good communication links to major cities and airports
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