Veterinary Surgeon Jobs – High Wycombe
Total package value up to £60,000 DOE
Make a difference and save lives daily with a career in Emergency and Critical Care
With a vet surgeon role at Vets Now, you can nurture your skills with coaching from our UK network of veterinary experts. We pride ourselves in actively investing in CPD, with clear progression opportunities supported by our inclusive learning culture. We make a real impact on the wider profession by driving clinical research and, by joining the Vets Now family, you will be at the forefront of clinical excellence.
Continuous professional development
We are at the forefront of emergency and critical care, making a real difference and saving the lives of pets each and every day. Working as an emergency vet surgeon in High Wycombe will expose you to a diverse range of cases that you simply won’t see in general practice and we expect our vets to be at the top of their game.
These jobs would be ideal for vets who thrive in an adrenaline-fuelled emergency environment. You will be fully supported by an expert nursing team and coached by our district vet who will oversee your professional and career development. An average week involves working 45 hours and the rota pattern features a mixture of weekend days, weekend nights and weekday nights (2:3 weekends).
For more information about this job, please contact Anne on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01383 841181.
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.