Veterinary surgeon vacancy – supporting role in busy practice – Derby, Derbyshire

ROLE: Full time small animal support veterinary surgeon

PRACTICE TYPE: Independent companion animal practice

CONTRACT: Permanent

SALARY: Highly competative


Our practice are recruiting for a support veterinary surgeon to join our fantastic practice in Derby. Offering personal care for over 25 years and enjoys an established reputation of excellence in all aspects of veterinary medicine we are an established and highly praised community practice with a great clientele.
We value our clients and the pets they share with us and are committed to providing compassionate care through client education and exceptional service. Our team understands the special role your pet plays in your family and are dedicated to the well being and comfort of your furry companions.
We strive to form a lasting partnership with our clients, and to utilize a teamwork approach to deliver the highest quality care to their pets.
If you enjoy working within a team that are confident and have a passion for providing high class animal care then this may be the job for you!

We have a position is for a permanent full time veterinary surgeon and would ideally suit someone with at least one years experience in a small animal practice. The main details are below.

4 1/2 days per week,
Three 9-7 shifts
One 9-4 shift
One 9-1 Shift
1 ½ in 6 weekends,
One full weekend Saturday 9-1, Sunday 10-4 (Sole Charge)
One Saturday Morning 9.30-12.00
In every 6 weeks
After working a full weekend, you will finish on Friday at 1.00pm and returning to work the following Tuesday at 9.00am
Competitive salary package to include,
Company pension Contributions
Generous CPD Allowance
Bonus Scheme
25 days annual leave

Independent practice—Derby, Derbyshire ref 6037

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