Veterinary Surgeon - Full Time - Greater Manchester

Vets4Pets

Manchester, England, United Kingdom

Permanent

£65k (annually)

Vet Surgeon

Aug 8

Job Description

We have an opportunity for a new Veterinary Surgeon to be a part of our established team. Our surgery is based just 7 miles from Manchester City Centre for cultural days out, or if you prefer country walks, the Peak District is just a short drive away. The busy practice was taken over 4 years ago by a Vet and Nurse team with many years' of clinical experience between them! Clinical freedom for continued personal growth and development is encouraged.

You, the ideal candidate, will have good surgical and diagnostic skills along with a desire to explore and complete full work up on cases to compliment the current two full time vet team. We have an amazing 6 strong nurse team that love to be kept busy as well as a friendly front-of-house team of 5 receptionists. We can offer a full time vacancy, 40 hours per week with 1 in 3 weekends. There is no OOH requirement and after working a weekend you will have 3.5 days off…a very long weekend! We understand the importance of a good work life balance. If full time hours isn't for you then we can negotiate part time hours for the right candidate.

We can offer you:      

  • Salary up to £65k (FTE) dependent on experience  
  • Generous CPD including certificate funding     
  • No OOH    
  • Negotiable rota     
  • Locally owned with corporate benefits     
  • Enhanced pension     
  • Private healthcare     
  • Paid memberships (RCVS, VDS, etc)     
  • Company discounts and benefits – including 20% off Vets4Pets, Pets at Home and the Groom Room  

We are an Equal Opportunities Employer

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Beyond all else, we’re committed to animal health and welfare, and we absolutely put pets first. The most powerful relationships we have are with pets...

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