Veterinary Surgeon

Vets4Pets

Salisbury, England, United Kingdom

Permanent

£38-45k (annually)

Vet Surgeon

Aug 17

The practice is seeking a veterinary surgeon who is looking to grow in a supportive environment.

This position is for a full-time vet, used to performing routine surgeries and routine consults and is capable of being able to do some sole charge. 

You’ll have the support from an exceptional Head Vet, that has a PhD, a team of qualified nurses and an admin support team. The practice is in the historic city of Salisbury, surrounded by stunning countryside. The New Forest is on our doorstep and the Salisbury plains and Stonehenge are just north of us. London is just over an hour away by train and the coast is a 30-minute drive south. 

Our spacious, freshly furbished practice was purpose built to industry leading standards and has state of the art equipment including digital X-ray, ultrasound, and in-house laboratory. Working within our practice will offer you a wide and varied caseload with plenty of opportunities for surgery, working up your medical cases and advancing your career.

This role is full-time, giving you the opportunity to explore your full potential as a vet.

Benefits we offer:

Competitive salary between £38k and £45k (pro rata)

5.6 weeks holiday including bank holidays, (increasing after 2 years service)

Generous CPD allowance 

Paid professional memberships (RCVS, VDS)

Fully organised and funded Visa

No OOH

Contributory Pension

Exclusive company discounts and rewards

If you share our passion for delivering outstanding pet healthcare and great customer service and would like to join our team, then we would love to hear from you.

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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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