Veterinary Surgeon- Full-time

Vets4Pets

Portsmouth, England, United Kingdom

Permanent

£45-60k (annually)

Vet Surgeon

Sep 13

Veterinary Surgeon

Salary £45-60k dependent on experience

Full or Part Time

Situated on the beautiful south coast is our surgery, and we are looking for a new vet to join our team! Our long-established and well-appointed practice is looking for a certificate holder, or an experienced veterinary surgeon, keen to study towards a certificate.

Our offer to you: 

  • Pension Scheme       
  • Competitive salary       
  • No OOH        
  • Holiday increasing with service + birthday leave       
  • RCVS, VDS, BVA membership fees paid       
  • CPD budget + 5 days CPD leave (Certificates actively encouraged with a caseload large enough to support them)   
  • Income Protection Insurance       
  • Life Assurance of 4 times annual salary for next of kin.   
  • Private Medical Insurance 
  • Discounted vet treatment for pets
  • Retail reward scheme and Pets at Home discount.       
  • Opportunity to develop into a partner in one of our practices.

We currently have a team of 8 vets, 10 nurses and 8 receptionists. The team is made up of a medicine certificate holder, a vet who is experienced and keen in ophthalmology, one who is regularly conducting orthopaedic surgery, one keen on exotic medicine and generally some great all-rounder general practitioners. Our other associated surgeries bring in cardiology, diagnostic imaging, and rabbit interest skills to our group.

If you are a great communicator, can add something new, or even expand on any of the above, then we’d love to hear from you!

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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