Vet Surgeon - (12 Month Maternity cover)
Salary package up to £62,000 DOE
Working nights and weekends? Yes, but it’s still the best job in the industry.
Let’s be honest, working as an out of hours Emergency Vet is challenging. With unsociable hours and a diverse range of cases, a career in emergency and critical care will test your clinical and surgical skills. Yet with unpredictability comes opportunity. With a Veterinary Surgeon role at Vets Now you will be exposed to cases you simply wouldn’t experience in general practice.
Delivering high standards.
The Canterbury veterinary team are motivated by driving clinical excellence and providing pet care at a time when it’s needed most. Being a Vet Surgeon will involve triage, emergency and lifesaving treatment. If you’re looking for routine operations and daytime hours, this isn’t the job for you. You will work between 12 – 15 shifts per month with a mix of weekday nights, weekend day and nights and bank holidays, working no more than three shifts in a row.
What's in it for you?
Recognising hard work is really important to us. Our employees are our greatest asset which is why we offer a first class benefits and rewards package that includes:
- 6.6 weeks annual leave
- Pension contributions
- Professional membership fee's
- Free holiday accommodation in Arran
- 50% discounted staff pet care plan
- Death in service of twice your annual salary
- Membership of employee wellbeing programme
- Company sick pay scheme
- Company maternity, paternity and adoption pay scheme
- Your birthday as a day off
As well as providing a competitive package of rewards and benefits, we also take pride in celebrating our successes. This includes hosting an annual awards ceremony for those who have exceeded expectations. Clinical staff are also encouraged to attend our annual ECC Congress, the largest in the UK, which features an array of internationally accredited speakers, delegates and exhibitors.
You’ll never be alone at Vets Now.
Our supportive UK network of emergency clinics and specialty hospitals work in collaboration to ensure that we can offer the best emergency and critical care in the country. Whether it’s sharing best practice or seeking advice on a particularly complex case, you will never be alone at Vets Now.
If you are an MRCVS registered Veterinary Surgeon with a solid foundation in general veterinary practice, we want to hear from you. Contact Allison on 01383 841181 or email Allison.Ballard@vets-now.com for more information.