Veterinary Surgeon

Ref: SK - 102409

Contract Type
£20,001 - £40,000
Practice Type
May Need To Work Weekends
Accommodation / Relocation
Not Offered

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The Package

  • Full Time, 40 Hour Weeks
  • 2 in 8 Weekends with Days in Lieu
  • 1 Bank Holiday per year with Day in Lieu
  • 1 Evening Check (Only if required)
  • No OOHs
  • Salary Between £30,000 – £65,000 Depending on Experience
  • Fully Funded CPD
  • Certificates Funded and Supported
  • 23 Days Annual Leave + Bank Holidays
  • RCVS, VDS & BVA Memberships Paid
  • Staff Discount
  • Visa Sponsorship

Details of the Practice and the Role

This practice is apart of an independent group based in Essex that are looking for a new Veterinary Surgeon to Join their team of 9 vets, RVNs, trainee nurses, VCAs, receptionists and admin staff.

The vet team is made up of a suitable mix of many-years qualified and newly-qualified vets, allowing everybody to contribute to ever-evolving medical protocols. The practice does have an online subscription to the BSAVA manuals library, enabling quick access to medical and surgical information.

The nurses at this practice take and run blood samples, do urine analyses, put patient’s on iv fluids, do our anaesthetic monitoring and a load more jobs that allow the vets to get on with the job that they need to do

You will have a varied caseload, primarily dogs and cats with rabbits and the occasional exotic pet, but the practice has a visiting peripatetic orthopaedic / soft tissue surgeon and cardiologist that enables them to offer the highest level of care in-house.

The equipment that the practice has on site is: DR and dental radiography, multi-parameters anaesthetic monitors, Doppler blood pressure monitors, capnography, tonopen, high-spec. ultrasound machine, rigid endoscope, gastroscope and bronchoscope, bair huggers for all our patients under anaesthesia, dedicated dental suite, in-house laboratory with endocrinology and Sedivue urine analyser.

The practice also has separate dog, cat and exotics wards that minimises the patient’s stress when in for an operation, procedure or hospitalisation. They also have a separate isolation ward if required and the whole practice has air conditioning.

There will be questions about this role as we try not to overload the job posting with lots of information. For a private and confidential chat about this role please contact Sam on 01626 249 108 or email [email protected]