A new or recently qualified Veterinary Surgeon - Gloucester
A talented veterinary graduate is required to join a small animal medicine team. The role is initially a year-long internship with potential for a permanent long-term career.
The work is as primary contact for clients alongside the specialist team involving hands-on care on a range of small-animals, providing both emergency and routine healthcare and educating pet owners about how they can manage and prevent further injuries and/or sickness.
Key Responsibilities: Provide first-class care to injured/sick patients. Administer treatments including injections, tablets, drips and blood transfusions. Perform diagnostic tests, e.g. blood sampling, urine analysis and x-rays. Prepare animals for surgery and perform some minor procedures e.g neutering, suturing wounds and dental hygiene. Assist veterinary surgeons with major operations.
Hours will be 40 hours p/w, including weekend and out of hours, there will never be sole charge work. Further rota details discussed at interview.
You will hold a degree in Veterinary Medicine, be registered with the RCVS and display good routine small animal surgical and medical skills.