Part Time Veterinary Surgeon Jobs – Farnham
Total package up to £60,000 DOE pro rata
Save lives with Sunday and bank holiday shifts only
Working alongside another vet at the weekends and during bank holidays (not sole charge) presents an ideal opportunity for a vet looking to make the move to an emergency career knowing they will be fully supported. With the diverse caseload and strong nursing team, working in Farnham is a great way to learn from our veterinary professionals and develop both surgical and medical skills.
Our part time vets can balance a career with caring for a family, working around another job or studying for an emergency and critical care certification for example. We are looking for registered veterinary surgeons to work alternate Sundays (0830-1830 or 1800-0000) and bank holidays only. However, one vet could choose to work every Sunday if preferred.
People are at the heart of what we do, that’s why we take a pioneering approach to people development. We have cemented our commitment to continuous development by heavily investing in CPD, ECC certification and coaching to give our staff the springboard they need to take their career to the next level. RCVS and VDS fees are paid from day one of employment.
To find out how Vets Now Farnham can help you make the leap into ECC or simply give you extra income, please contact Anne on 01383 841181 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
At Vets Now we are passionate about training and the on-going development of our employees. If this vacancy is of interest and you feel you would benefit from a supported route in to our business then one of the options below may be perfect for you.
Cutting Edge: 10 week supported route into a full time role with Vets Now for those looking to start their career in ECC.
AdvantEdge: 2 week programme for experienced, talented Vets that will fast track them into a successful emergency role.
Refresh Your Edge: 12 week flexible, distance learning programme aimed at Vets who have maybe had a break in practice and are looking to ease their way into ECC.