23 February 2021

Clinical Director - London Borough of Merton (South London)

Salary

up to £70k dependent on experience

Location

South, London

Job Type

Permanent

Full Description

We are looking for an inspiring Clinical Director to deliver gold standard care to loyal clients and their pets at this clinic in the London Borough of Merton, South London. 

Opened in 2015 this large and spacious clinic has all the latest equipment, with a digital x-ray, ultrasound, in-house laboratory and much more. The facilities are well-suited to vets with advanced surgical interest and you will have a varied and interesting caseload. Plus, they support certificates, managerial and leadership development. 

Clinical Directors have a wider role as part of the group’s leadership team where input in activities and company direction is encouraged. 

They are looking for a Vet who is currently in a Lead or Head Vet role and looking for the next step in their career. 

The successful candidate will: 

  • Have experience in leading a team
  • Be highly skilled and knowledgeable in all areas of veterinary medicine and procedures
  • Be passionate about delivering top quality veterinary care
  • Be confident in coaching and guiding colleagues
  • Be keen to be in a management position in a fast-paced clinic.

Along with free lunch every Friday, you will receive:

  • Salary dependent on experience up to £70k 
  • 33 days holiday per year including 8 bank holidays
  • 5% pension contribution (after probation period)
  • Income protection
  • Private medical insurance
  • Staff discount
  • Cyclescheme
  • £1,500 CPD allowance per annum / 5 days off
  • VDS fees covered
  • RCVS membership

Our client offer a great work/life balance and a chance to work within this professional & up to date clinic alongside a very friendly team of Vets, Nurses, VCA’s and Receptionists.
Veterinary Surgeons are rostered into a 4 day working week plus 1:4 weekends. This averages out to 37 hours p/w over a 4 week period

 

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