Vacancy Details

Small Animal Vet

Permanent Vet in Suffolk

Salary up to £65,000 DOE, Relocation Allowance up to £5,000, Welcome Bonus up to £5,000

Our client is looking for a Veterinary Surgeon to join their team on a permanent basis to work within a 5-site group. They can offer a variety of exciting and fulfilling roles to suit the right candidate`s needs. Generally, vets work a split of operating/consulting at the main practice and across 4 other branches, this offers opportunities to gain support in surgery and evolve your skills. However, if you prefer working with a smaller team or consulting only roles, they can offer an adapted position at one of the branch practices.

This position could be either full time 38 hours a week over 4 days or part time. The Vets also cover 1:5 Saturday mornings with either a day off the following week in lieu or the hours can be factored into your weekly hours if preferred. No nights or on call. The weekly vet rota includes daily admin time and regular scheduled breaks. They try very hard to ensure everyone gets their well-deserved lunch break.

They are a progressive first opinion practice with excellent facilities including CT scanner, we accept regular local referrals in CT scanning and TPLOs.

As well as an experienced team of vets they are supported by a team of excellent registered veterinary nurses. They are a training practice currently supporting student RVN`s and ANA``s. The support team consists of exceptional receptionists, admin, and maintenance/cleaning staff along with the Practice Director who is continually working alongside their Clinical Directors to improve the practice for both patients, clients, and staff. More importantly than this though are the team of staff pets that accompany their owners to work as we have a well utilised bring your dog to work scheme with staff specific kennelling.

Certificates are fully supported and funded. They have a well-established new graduate support system with clinical coaches, mentors, and Vet GDP advisors. They like to support their vets and encourage them to follow areas of interest. Recently they have supported vets through completing surgery and medicine certificates as well as improving skills in imaging and ophthalmology.

They hold regular vets` meetings and bi-annual full practice communication days, they actively encourage feedback, case discussions and good communication.

6.6 weeks annual leave including bank holidays
Your birthday as a paid day off
East Anglia
  • Small Animal