Vacancy Details

Small Animal Vet

Permanent Vet in Lancashire

Up to £65,000 depending on experience (pro rata for part time), a welcome bonus of up to £5000 (pro rata for part time), relocation support for candidates that require it, plus benefits

A typical full-time role would involve working a 4 day week, however, the practice are able to consider any flexible working pattern you might want, but are looking for someone willing to work a share of our OOH``s rota. You will always be accompanied by a nurse when on call, and paid a call out fee for each call in addition to your salary. For example, one of the vet team members works a 2 week on, 2 week off pattern, others have a set day off a week for childcare reasons. Weekday shifts are typically 08:30 - 19:00, Saturdays are 08:30 - 12:30, Sundays are 11.00-12.00, along with the OOHs rota.

The practice are keen to hear from vets with an interest in orthopaedics, dermatology, or ophthalmology, as they``d love to grow these services further, however it``s not essential. modern facilities include digital radiography, dental radiography and dental suite, multiple surgical theatres, Idexx laboratory equipment, ultrasound, endoscopy, a K-laser and various multi-parameter monitoring equipment. They also welcome visiting specialists to enhance our expertise.

The team consists of 9 vets. We have an Advanced Practitioner Certificate holder, someone undertaking a Surgery Certificate, and 2 vets that perform Acupuncture. We have 2 VetGDP advisors in our clinic, so can support any recent graduates with this. We are a registered Nurse training practice and regularly host EMS students.

We have 13 RVNs, 2 SVNs and 3 VCA``s. Our reception and admin support team consists of 20 people. We support local charities through various initiatives, like food collections for our local charities.

• 6 weeks annual leave
• Your birthday as a paid day off

  • Small Animal