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Small Animal Internships (FTC) - Glasgow

Veterinary Surgeon

  • Job Ref: 12785
  • Posted on March 2nd 2017
This vacancy is no longer advertised

Apply for Small Animal Internship – Glasgow Hospital

Recruiting now for July 2017

£18,500 per annum

The Vets Now small animal internships is designed for recently qualified veterinary graduates who wish to develop and expand their knowledge, skills and clinical experience.

Interns have the opportunity to work under the close supervision of veterinary specialists across our network, in the following services:

  • Emergency and critical care medicine
  • Soft tissue surgery
  • Orthopaedic surgery
  • Internal medicine
  • Oncology
  • Diagnostic imaging

In addition, interns play an integral role in the busy out-of-hours emergency service across our sites. Didactic teaching is an essential component of the internship, with weekly seminars and case discussion rounds. There is also the opportunity to undertake CPD.

Vets Now are looking for candidates that are highly motivated, recently qualified vet surgeons with good communication skills. To be considered for our small animal internship, you must be RCVS registered.

Rota pattern will be discussed at interview.

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Closing date – 11 April 2017

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Anne Longmire, Recruiter At Vets Now

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Why Work at Vets Now?

Rewards and benefits

As part of the Vets Now team your package will include RCVS membership, EVECCS and IVECCS membership, VDS cover and access to a contributory pension scheme.

Exciting caseload

Working in emergency means no two shifts are the same. You'll see a wide and diverse caseload that will give you the opportunity to use all of your clinical skills.

Owned and run by vets

Vets Now was established by our chairman Richard Dixon, a vet who wanted to help the profession by meeting the growing demand for out-of-hours emergency care. We still put the profession at the heart of everything we do.

Career development

No matter what stage you’re at in your career we’ve got the openings that will help you grow and develop. Whether you want to expand your clinical skills or move into a management role we will support you.

CPD and training

You'll receive a generous CPD allowance and access to one of the most innovative training programmes in the profession. Our team of emergency and critical care specialists shape our clinical training and every year we host the UK’s largest ECC congress.

Working out of hours

We look after our teams, no matter what time of the day or night they work. Working out of hours will give you the opportunity to spend your days doing the things that fit in with your lifestyle.

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