Vacancy Details

Small Animal Vet

Permanent Vet in West Sussex

Permanent Vet vacancy at a branch practice in Worthing.

Salary from £45,000.00-£65,000.00 negotiable depending on experience/AP status/certificates.

The practice are looking for an experienced “procedures-biased” Vet to work in their busy Worthing branch clinic.

Full time 40hrs per week, the Vets typically work a 4-day week, totalling 40 hours. They usually work a mixture of shifts (7.30am-6pm, 8.30am-7pm and 9.30am-8pm). Everyone contributes to the daytime weekend rota TOIL (time off in lieu) is returned for working weekends, and everyone is expected to contribute to the bank holiday rota, and to any on-call where necessary. Weekend/bank holiday working will be daytimes only and from one of our 24hr hospitals, during these shifts Vets will be providing veterinary in-patient care and a seeing new emergency cases.

They offer a wide range of quality services from routine consultations and emergency care through to complex surgery and management of critical cases. Their Advanced Practitioner vets provide referral level surgery, including orthopaedics such as TPLOs and soft tissue surgeries including BOAS. In the past year they have seen the exciting development and growth of their new referral service in ophthalmology, success with their new hydrotherapy centre under rehabilitation, and the successful implementation of their new CT Scanner and service!

They are proud of the experience and expertise within their team; many of their vets and nurses hold additional qualifications and have years of experience. They believe in nurturing the talent within their team and provide a comprehensive induction process, regular internal CPD and a generous CPD allowance with certificate funding available.

Benefits include 7 weeks` holiday, including bank holidays, Enhanced family-friendly policies, Employee discount scheme, Occupational health including mental health support.

If interested please call 01280 850575 or email

West Sussex
South East
  • Small Animal