Medivet are a community of passionate veterinary professionals committed to providing truly exceptional care. We’re set on building something extraordinary: creating the most forward-thinking and innovative place in the veterinary industry.
We’re always looking for people who aspire to stand out in their field, and it’s this vision and enthusiasm that forms the foundation of how we work.
We provide ongoing support to our teams, both in practice, online and through our dedicated training centre. This empowers you to get the very best from our advanced equipment while being on your journey to veterinary excellence.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Lead Veterinary Surgeon to join our newly acquired small animal practice in Metheringham, Lincoln. This practice, in the beautiful Lincolnshire countryside, is a perfect opportunity for a Veterinary Surgeon who would like to be a key player in helping this practice develop and grow.
As Lead Vet, you will be responsible for the day to day running of the practice and development of colleagues, with a practice manager and the added support of an Area Manager and Regional Director to assist you.
This role is full time working 4 days per week plus 1 in 3 Saturdays and the on-call rota is shared out equally. At Medivet Metheringham you will be working with an experienced team that provide lots of support including mentoring our new Graduates.
Salary and benefits:
- Salary package up to £80,000 PA.
- CPD allowance of £1,500 plus 3 days CPD leave per annum.
- RCVS, VDS, BVA fees paid.
- 5 weeks annual leave plus bank holidays.
- Enhanced materinity and Paternity leave.
- A 'Pet-ernity' day - A day off to welcome a new pet to your family.
- Certificate opportunities paid for by us.
- 24 hour access to wellbeing and employee assistance programme.
- Employee discounts & rewards via Happi Benefits.
- 4 weeks sabbatical for every 5-year service.
As qualified MRCVS, you’ll already have good experience gained in small animal practice. You’ll be competent in clinical examination and surgery and confident working sole charge or as part of the wider team. Sharing our values being trustworthy, caring and progressive, you will have all the softer skills essential to working effectively, building trusting relationships with your colleagues and clients.
Further education and development of colleagues is actively encouraged and certificates can be supported for the successful candidate.
You must be a Veterinary Surgeon registered with the RCVS.