We are working with a community of passionate veterinary professionals committed to providing truly exceptional care.
Their mission is to deliver progressive, around the clock care means our employees have the very best equipment and treatment options available, including in-house MRI machines and state-of-the-art operating theatres.
Providing ongoing support to their teams, both in practice and through a dedicated training centre. This empowers you to get the very best from their advanced equipment while being on your journey to veterinary excellence.
Our client is seeking a Veterinary Surgeon to join their busy hospital.
This lively hospital will provide the successful candidate with a wide caseload in a fun and stimulating environment.
The suitable candidate will be a driven, dynamic, ambitious individual with exceptional communication skills and the ability to thrive in a busy hospital environment.
The successful candidate will be expected to have a strong medical bias and be confident in all aspects of managing hospital cases, including emergency work and be a strong in performing ultrasonography and echocardiography.
The varied hospital caseload ranges from routine first option cases, orthopaedic and soft tissue surgical caseload and inpatient care, with a hospital caseload fed from several surrounding practices. There is an experienced team of night vets and nurses to look after your cases over night and ensure case continuity.
The role allows for a good work life balance by working 39 hours a week over 4 days. You will also be part of a 1:3 half or 1:6 full weekend rota.
Salary & Benefits:
A very competitive package of up to £60,000 per annum (depending on experience), which includes accommodation allowance and a vehicle or vehicle allowance
£1,500 CPD allowance with 3 days’ CPD leave per annum or pro rata and in-house CPD training
5 weeks annual leave, plus bank holidays
VDS, RCVS, BVA fees paid
Fantastic career progression
Skills and Experience
You must be a Veterinary Surgeon who is registered with the RCVS.
The ideal candidate will have a keen interest in medicine (ideally with a medicine certificate) and must be a competent ultrasonographer (including echocardiography).
This is the main hospital for the region and provides a range of services to its patients and neighbouring branches, including ultrasound, orthopaedic and soft tissue surgery, emergency services and hospitalisation. It's patients also have access to other services provided by the group, such as CT imaging and radioactive iodine treatment.
The hospital is superbly located for access into central London.
You will be part of a fun and vibrant team, with night vets and nurses to take care of your patients overnight, and all your cases being worked up to a high clinical standard.