Veterinary Surgeon – Sutton - 12 month Fixed Term Contract
Salary package up to £57,500 DOE
Strive to be the best and reach the top of the Veterinary profession
Working as Vet Surgeon isn’t for the faint hearted. The unsocial hours are challenging and the caseload is unique. That’s why we need a certain calibre of surgeon to work for Vets Now - we expect the best and won’t settle for anything less.
The role will entail working in our Sutton clinic which was opened last year and has state of the art equipment with a strong nursing and vet team. We require a MRCVS registered vet that thrives in an ever-changing environment and relishes the challenge emergency work brings. The rota pattern features a mixture of weekend days, weekend nights and weekday nights (2:3 weekends).
Stand out from the crowd
Vets Now have revolutionised the way emergency veterinary care is provided. Since 2001, we have grown to become the UK’s leading provider of emergency and critical care, thanks in part to the dedication and clinical excellence of our clinic teams.
Out-of-hours doesn’t necessarily mean out-of-reach
You will fully supported by our District Vet, Principal Vets, nursing experts and clinical support teams in clinic. Whether it’s sharing best practice or seeking advice on a particularly complex case, you will never be alone at Vets Now.
To find out more about this vacancy, please contact Allison on 01383 841181 or email Allison.Ballard@vets-now.com
At Vets Now we are passionate about training and the ongoing 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.