Veterinary Surgeon

Job Description

The Role

We are looking for 3 Veterinary Surgeons to work across our 7 branch clinics and at the hospital. In general the rota includes emergency work, surgery and consulting each week. Shifts vary from an early start of 7.30am to a late start of 11.00am and all shifts are 10 hours in duration.

We are looking for vets who are strong team players, willing to pitch in and get involved. The successful candidates will have a can-do attitude and will not be afraid of hard work. They will thrive in a busy environment where there is a wide diversity within the case load, an emphasis on imaging and diagnostics, very little case referral and a requirement to work to the highest standards.

About Us

Our vet team is close-knit but welcomes new additions, especially if there is the opportunity to learn from them too. Case sharing and collaboration are part of our daily lives and the team discussions often spill over onto WhatsApp discussions. Our nurses are a delight and will gladly support new team members through the challenges of being the 'new person’. Most of our RVNs take on a number of clinical roles including 2nd vaccinations, post op checks and taking bloods.

Our hospital is accredited under the PSS and we have all the equipment you would expect along with a sophisticated laboratory staffed by bio-medical scientists. If you particularly like emergency work you will be pleased to learn that we are the de-facto emergency hospital in our area AND we look after the OOH for a number of local practices.

We are a gold standard ISFM practice as well as a Platinum Compassion Understood accredited practice. As a large practice we are able to ensure the vets get to focus on the clinical aspects of veterinary work by having other teams to handle insurance claims, pet health plans and referral administration.

Applicant Requirements

Experience in non-charity, small animal veterinary clinics would be beneficial. Medical bias would be ideal but routine surgical skills and experience are a must. We need you to be comfortable with a bitch spay and most routine procedures. A strong interest in imaging would be helpful and experience of ultrasound would be a definite advantage. As we have a dedicated exotics ward anyone with an interest in this area would be welcome to apply, although this is not essential.
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Job Details

Employment Type:
Full-time
Position Type:
Vet
Earliest Start Date:
08-Nov-2020
Modified
09-Nov-2020

Job Location

Sidcup, Kent, United Kingdom

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Parkvets, Sidcup