Small Animal Vet Surgeon Vacancy
Contract Type: Permanent
Hours: Full Time or Part Time
Practice Type: Small Animal Practice
Posted on: 08/09/2017
Posted by: Kathryn Asher
Job Ref: 0809ka2
Privately owned, friendly practice, no OOH but is covered in house.
We are a privately owned, client friendly progressive mixed practice in Nottinghamshire. We currently have two fully equipped surgeries and two branch practices, a third branch practice due to open in autumn 2017.
The position available is for an experienced, dedicated companion animal vet who would be happy to work from our branches and our second surgery.
The spread of time between branch and the second surgery will be arranged depending on clinical preference and number of days in work.
The role is designed with no out of hours work and would be suitable for full time or part time hours. If an applicant would prefer to include out of hours work this would be easily accommodated.
We have a very good range of diagnostic equipment, which on the small animal side consists of digital x-ray, ultrasound, ECG, suction, pulse ox, recently upgraded Idexx lab equipment and microscopes at both our Southwell and Newark practices. We also have a new digital endoscope/rhinoscope set up at our Second practice and a further endoscope at the Newark practice.
We also have a good range of orthopaedic and ophthalmological equipment including an operating microscope and loupes for general use, as well as more specialist ophthalmic equipment currently used exclusively by our ophthalmologist.
As a practice we take a progressive approach to diagnostics and are keen to invest in equipment that will be utilised and beneficial to the practice.
We encourage relevant CPD with a focus on areas of personal improvement and interest. We have a standard 5 days of CPD allowance and study for certificates is welcomed and funded as part of your CPD allowance.
As you should expect from any good employer we are looking for someone to fit in to a friendly and helpful team dynamic, who can be an asset to the practice while progressing both personally and professionally.
We encourage clinical freedom and allow staff to find a role or niche they enjoy within the practice. All of our positions have the flexibility to adapt to personal preference and areas of clinical interest and we expect roles evolve over time.
We are currently also advertising for a separate mixed position.