Vacancy Details

Small Animal Vet

Permanent Vet in Lincolnshire

Salary for the role is up to £80,000 depending on experience + benefits including relocation allowance and private medical.

There is a large and varied case load of both medical and surgical cases. Duties are split between consulting and operating. There is a high orthopaedic caseload through the practice, and there would be room for another surgeon to develop their skills in this area. Equally an interest in imaging would be encouraged.

They cover their own OOH work with a separate night team and weekends are a 1:4 either Saturday or Sunday 9am-4pm``

The practice has a spacious, well-equipped hospital and four satellite branches. There is a large and varied case load of both medical and surgical cases, and our vets have clinical freedom. The hospital has recently been extended and is well equipped with top class imaging (digital x-ray, CT scanner, ultrasound, video endoscope including laparoscopic kit), a wide range of surgical and orthopaedic equipment, four sterile theatres, dental x-ray, ECG, tonopen and slit lamp, Class 4 laser, extensive lab, spacious dog and cat kennels and a large isolation area. Each branch has biochem, haematology, UA and microscope, a sterile theatre, with imaging available at some. They run their own dedicated night service for their own clients and other local practices.

Within the vet team of 15, they have colleagues who have completed or are studying towards further qualifications in soft tissue and orthopaedic surgery, internal medicine, dermatology, and ophthalmology. There is a dedicated hospital vet shift and hospitalised cases are discussed daily at clinical rounds. The vets are well supported by an experienced and conscientious team of Registered and Student Veterinary Nurses, many of whom are pursuing further qualifications, and excellent support staff.

• 6.6 weeks annual leave
• Your birthday as a paid day off
East Midlands
  • Small Animal