Emergency & Critical Care Specialist – Manchester, UK
A unique opportunity to join us in one of our emergency/speciality hospitals with ECC at its heart
Our Manchester hospital currently has an opening for an ECC Diplomate (ACVECC or ECVECC) or Residency trained individual list to join our team on a permanent basis. You will be working alongside another ECC residency trained individual as well as specialists in Soft tissue and Orthopaedic Surgery, Internal Medicine and Cardiology. You will be supported by a strong team of emergency vets, interns and nurses allowing us to support you in achieving work-life balance.
Our hospital opened in December 2016 and has all the facilities expected of a new state of the art hospital including CT and visiting MRI. ECC specialists were actively involved in the design of the hospital and the layout facilitates management of our growing ECC caseload. Manchester is a vibrant city in the northwest of England with good access to the north of England’s beautiful national parks. Manchester is also a global gateway, enjoying great air, rail and road transport services.
Vets Now is a veterinary owned and led business with a strong clinical culture and a focus on the delivery of the highest clinical and professional standards to our patients, clients and professional colleagues. We have 55 emergency clinics and 3 24 hour hospitals in the UK one of which has an active, ECVECC approved residency programme. As well as providing clinical care, our specialists have the opportunity to become involved with our innovative postgraduate training programmes in emergency medicine and our evidence based research group with the opportunity to make a wider difference to the profession.
This would suit someone looking for a full time position however hours and working pattern will be agreed to suit the successful candidate. Our package includes 6 week’s holiday and a generous CPD allowance with time off to study for boards if appropriate. An attractive relocation package and support with visa applications if applicable will be provided.
If you would like an informal discussion about the role please contact our Clinical Director Amanda Boag on firstname.lastname@example.org. or to apply for this role please contact Jay Hamill on 01383841181 or Jay.Hamill@Vets-Now.com.