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Small Animal Vet

Permanent Veterinary Surgeon - Wolverhampton West Midlands

Looking for a night position ? This practice in Wolverhampton is looking for confident Vet which is a sole charge position. This role is working 7 nights on and 7 nights off on a 1 week in 4 rota, alongside a small team of a RVN, an ACA and receptionist. The OOH service looks after 6 branches plus 13 other local practices. It can get quite busy however there is a duty flat with an opportunity to have some sleep on most shifts as our experienced ACA will be on duty and awake all night. There is room in the hospital kennels area for up to 20 cases at one time although the average is usually 5-10. This is a great opportunity to be involved in interesting emergency cases such as GDVs, Cesareans, Pyometras, surgical investigations as well as medical cases. They have a hospital based In Wolverhampton equipped with CT scanner, in-house blood machines, digital x-ray, ultrasound, capnography and dental x-ray and a network of 6 branch surgeries, providing first opinion services. They have a very friendly and dedicated team. This role will be working in the hospital OOH team. You will need to have a proven record of out of hours experience. An ECC certificate would be desirable or an interest in achieving one as the practice will financially support this. Good team leadership skills are essential as you will be working in a small team dealing with potentially stressful situations. You must have excellent communication skills and have the ability to deliver good client care during difficult conversations. You must have good organisational skills and be able to prioritise cases. If this is ideal then please get in touch on 01280 850575.

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