Clinician in Veterinary Neurology

Ref: SK - 12406

Contract Type
£60,001 - £80,000
Practice Type
May Need To Work Weekends
Accommodation / Relocation
Not Offered

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 The Role

• Full Time Hours
• A competitive Salary Depending on Experience
• Generous CPD
• 5 Weeks Annual Leave + Bank Holidays
• Bupa Healthcare
• Enhanced Maternity/Paternity Pay
• Financial Employee Discounts
• Free Eye Test Vouchers and Annual Flu Vaccinations
•Generous Pension Scheme

This independently owned Hospital is looking for a new Clinician in Veterinary Neurology to join their team to primarily work within a state of the art Small Animal Hospital.

This practice has an opportunity for a Staff Clinician in veterinary neurology to join their friendly team of three senior clinicians (ECVN diplomates or exam-eligible clinicians) and four residents. The practice has a busy and supportive neurology department located in beautiful countryside in the southwest of England that is well supported by a large multidisciplinary team of specialists.

This hospital is a subsidiary of the University of Bristol and is a group of customer focused veterinary businesses which provide an extensive range of specialist capabilities and a superior quality of care in all fields. This hospital has the largest team of American and European Specialists in the Southwest. They are members of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Practice Standards Scheme, reaching the highest recognition available in all areas.

The hospitals aim is to offer excellent clinical care for all patients but also prioritise the development of staff with excellent facilities to allow further education in surgery, clinical research, teaching or any other area of interest.

The practice have excellent facilities and a high level of expertise in the team that allows us to manage complex cases. As well as access to a wide range of friendly specialists in other departments, they have on-site CT and 1.5T MRI, are well equipped with electrodiagnostic equipment and video EEG and a full suite of surgical equipment.

They can also support Certificates of Sponsorship for a Tier 2 (General) Visa if you meet the criteria and are eligible to register as a veterinary surgeon with the RCVS upon arrival in the UK.

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]