Weekend Veterinary Surgeon Job – Belfast
Total package up to £54,000 DOE pro rata
Make a difference and save lives with working Sundays and a bank holiday only
With not being sole charge, this role presents an ideal opportunity for a Veterinary Surgeon looking to break away from routine day practice knowing they have the support of another vet on shift. This provides reassurance when first facing an adrenaline-fuelled emergency environment.
Diverse and varied caseload
The Belfast clinic is fully equipped and sees a varied caseload of trauma, medical emergencies and first opinion. We are looking for a Veterinary Surgeon to work alternate Sundays (1100-2100) and one bank holiday per year. This is a great way to learn from our experienced veterinary professionals whilst balancing a family, working another job, or studying for an emergency and critical care certification for example.
Great place to work
Recognising hard work is really important to us. Our employees are our greatest asset which is why we offer a first class benefits and rewards package that could include a comprehensive CPD allowance, 6.6 weeks annual leave, pension contributions, professional membership, free holiday accommodation in Arran, 50% discounted staff pet care, death in service of two times annual salary, membership of employee wellbeing programme, company sick pay scheme, company maternity, paternity and adoption pay scheme and your birthday as a day off.
Continual professional development
As well as providing a competitive package of rewards and benefits, we also take pride in celebrating our successes. This includes hosting an annual awards ceremony for those who have exceeded expectations. Clinical staff are also encouraged to attend our annual ECC Congress, the largest in the UK, which features an array of internationally accredited speakers, delegates and exhibitors.
To find out how Vets Now Belfast 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