Vacancy Details

Small Animal Vet

Permanent Vet in Lincolnshire

Salary up to £65,000 dependent on skills, experience and further qualifications, pro rata for part time. Plus, up to £5,000 relocation bonus negotiable

This role is open to both full and part time applications with the full time rota being 40 hours per week across 4 days week between Monday and Saturday with 1 night a week on call for hospitalised inpatients (inpatients are cared for by night staff and call outs are rare). Vets Now see all overnight emergencies and cover Saturday night, Sundays and Bank Holidays. They take a flexible approach to rota patterns and are open to discussions around this on both a full time and part time basis.

Whether you are looking to fix or flex your work patterns, they can find the right solution for you. If you need to do the school pick up, need reduced hours during school holidays or would simply like a more flexible rota pattern they can fix or flex our patterns to suit you.

this is a fully equipped general practice with spacious premises. They have separate cat and dog wards plus a separate exotic hospital. They carry out ophthalmic surgery in house and also have a visiting orthopaedic and soft tissue surgeon.

The Day Manager organises the logistics of the day allowing vets to be vets and focus on their patients, creating a smoother flow to the day. 20 minute consultations are standard and double appointments for more complicated cases also contribute to a manageable workload.

They have 8 Veterinary Surgeons, 7 RVN, 6 SVN, 4 VCA, 7 support, ECC and Ophthalmology certificate holders and 2 recent graduates. They have an excellent level of experience to support all stages of your career and are also a nurse training practice so teaching and learning are embedded in our culture. The team are welcoming, supportive of one another and genuinely pull together. who work hard but are social too - their parties are fantastic!

• 6.6 weeks annual leave
• Increasing holiday allowance based on length of service
• Your birthday as a paid day off

East Anglia
  • Small Animal