Clinical Director – Abingdon, Oxfordshire
We have a fantastic opportunity for a clinical director to dynamically lead the practice clinical team and drive the business forward both clinically and commercially at Boundary Vets in Oxfordshire.
Boundary Vets has been part of the local community for over 10 years, providing the highest standard of veterinary care for your pets, whilst offering a personal touch. Boundary’s veterinary surgeons are all experienced and supported by a team of skilled nurses and primary support staff. Great facilities as well as separate cat and dog waiting area and wards.
We have a fantastic opportunity for a clinical director to dynamically lead the practice clinical team and drive the business forward both clinically and commercially. You will be overseeing the management of clinical activities within the practice with a passion for delivering the best possible service, support and outcomes for patients, customers and associates.
You will also be required to perform the duties of a practicing vet working to high clinical standards, leading by example and be an excellent communicator, ensuring the smooth working relationships between internal teams, management and other group practices.
The role is a minimum 40 hours per week on a rota basis and a competitive salary.
Rota: Shift times will be combination of 8.30-6.30, 9-7 or 8.30-5 our current vets have 1 day off per week on the same day each week for work/life balance
Weekends: 1:5 Saturday mornings 9.15-1.15 consulting. Occasionally we have inpatients in which may need checks. But all OOH calls go to our OOH provider.
Team: 5 vet team, we have 5 RVN's, 1 SVN and 2 ANA's as well as a team of customer support staff
The successful candidate would need to be able to perform the expected duties of a practicing vet as well as lead by example. Practicing gold standard care at all times and be responsible for managing the clinical activities of the practice and developing the clinical teams.
As a Clinical Director you will be expected to understand the profit and loss account including the key factors that will affect the practices profitability including sales, staffing, stock and debt management.
You will need to have;
- Veterinary Degree Registrable in the UK enabling full MRCVS status
- Experience of leading and developing successful teams
- Excellent communication skills with associates at all levels
- A can-do attitude with a determination to succeed
- Strong team ethos
- Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills
- Ability to problem solve and deliver on objectives
Benefits: 5 weeks holiday plus bank holidays, birthday off, all Linnaeus Practices have Mental Health First Aiders, we have an Employee Assistance Programme, Cycle to Work Scheme, Free eye tests, 20% Pet Plan discount, generous CPD Budget.
Parking: On-site (rota'd)/near practice free parking for staff
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