Our client requires a 5 + years qualified Senior Veterinary Surgeon to deliver exceptional care to their clients and their pets within their practice in Nottingham.
Who are they?
They are a growing, thriving company in a state-of-the-art, fully equipped, spacious, purpose-built clinic where you’ll have the opportunity to develop your clinical skills with the benefit of an interesting and diverse case-load, the support of a fantastic, forward-thinking team while working for a company with strong values.
They truly care about all our team members and the people and pets they look after and want to give more people access to high quality veterinary care by being affordable and convenient for their customers, whilst not compromising on veterinary standards.
They have all the latest equipment, with a digital x-ray, ultrasound, in-house laboratory and much more.
What they offer:
The company offers a great work/life balance and a chance to work within our professional & up to date clinic alongside our friendly team of Vets, Nurses, VCA’s and Receptionists. You will be supported to develop your skills and will have the opportunity to progress.
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.
Along with a well structured rota, you will receive:
- £50,000 per annum (dependent of experience);
- 33 days holiday including bank holidays;
- 5% Pension Contribution (after probation period);
- Cycle scheme;
- £1,500 CPD allowance per annum / 5 days off;
- VDS & RCVS fee’s covered;
- Free food Friday’s.
Who they need?
An enthusiastic small animal vet with at least five years of qualified experience, who is passionate about the provision of high quality service to patients and clients. You will be a key participant in the running of their dynamic and forward thinking clinic, supporting the Head Vet and the rest of the veterinary team.
You are keen to continually improve your professional knowledge and experience and are an excellent communicator, understanding that educating pet owners about their pets’ welfare is just as important as providing high quality treatment.