JHP Recruitment
March 18, 2021
Surrey, United Kingdom
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My clients currently have an exciting opportunity for an personable and approachable Vet to join a fabulous and supportive team! This would suit an experienced, confident Vet due to the small element of sole charge responsibility.

You will join a friendly team consisting of 4 Vets, 4 RVNs, 1 Student Nurse, 3 Veterinary Care Assistants and 4 Receptionists. An interest or knowledge of ultrasonography and/or a bias towards surgery would be an advantage but not essential but an absolute must is the ability to provide exceptional customer service!

You will have onsite access to a range of state of the art equipment including digital X-ray, New Doppler ultrasound with ECG, flexible bronchoscope, rigid rhinoscope and gastroscope, Doppler blood pressure machine, in-house catalyst machine for biochemistry and Idexx Procyte for haematology.

You will be an experienced Vet, with at least 3 years experience, confident with routine surgery and medicine and able to work to 15 minute consults. A Vet with a strong surgical background would be preferred, but is not essential.

They actively encourage personal development through CPD and are happy to support study towards certificates for the right individual.

This Part Time role is offering 3 weekdays including Monday, Thursday and Friday but they are open to flexibility. A weekend Rota of 1 in 4. There are no OOHs ensuring an excellent work/life balance!

In return, my clients offer;

  • £1500 of CPD and 3 paid days per year
  • Generous salary and potential car allowance
  • Contributory pension scheme
  • Private healthcare
  • Relocation allowance where applicable
  • Paid memberships (RCVS, VDS and BVA)
  • Exclusive colleague discounts
  • Friendly work environment with open communication
  • Regular Team building events

For more information call us directly on 01392 444115 or email your CV to info@jhprecruitment.com

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