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6 Articles in the category Advice and Tips

Becoming a Locum

Becoming a Locum

Being a locum is an ideal solution for those in between jobs, travelling or looking to return to work after a career break. Dependent on your circumstances – Locum work offers you: Offers flexibility (family, travel, personal circumstance) Provides a better working life balance It lets you experience different working environments Enables you to gain further clinical experience Assists your career development Allows you to achieve a higher rate of pay Or simply, it may just suit your lifestyle ... Read more →
Coming from Overseas

Coming from Overseas

Vet Seekers welcomes all applications from qualified Veterinary Surgeons and Nurses of all nationalities.We have worked with 1000's of overseas Vets and Nurses, both EU members and non-EU members. With over 20 years' experience in the Veterinary Recruitment sector alone, we are experts in sourcing the right role for you to be able to develop your veterinary career here in the UK.Essential check list:Right to work in the UK – Please check your eligibility to work in the UK with the Visa's & Immigration office: https://www.gov.uk/browse/visas-immigrationOnly veterinary surgeons registered with the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons can practice veterinary in the UK. To find out if you are eligible for registration and how to register with the RCVS please visit: https://www.rcvs.org.uk/registration/Sponsorship Visa Permits – We do work with a number of UK veterinary practices that can offer a Tier 2 approved working, paid placement (as long as you are eligible to register with the RCVS above).... Read more →
Returning to work after maternity

Returning to work after maternity

Are you a Veterinary Surgeon or Veterinary Nurse looking to return back from Maternity / Sabbatical / Family / Change in career path / Personal reasons / Working abroad / Health issues? Whatever the reason for taking a break, returning to practice can be both exciting and daunting, but we are here to help support you in sourcing the right role to match your specific criteria. For example, if you are returning back from maternity leave it’s easy to assume that everything’s going to be back to normal when you return to work, but six or nine months is a long time and there may have been a lot of change at work and most of all, in your own life. ... Read more →
New Graduates

New Graduates

Welcome to Vet Seekers, we know that starting out can be a daunting experience, but it can be a very exciting one! Whether you are a recent Veterinary or Vet Nurse Graduate, we are here to help you from the start and throughout your career. There are lots of things for you to consider when you start out and it’s important not to just accept the first position you’re offered, unless it’s exactly what you are looking for. ... Read more →
Interview Advice

Interview Advice

They say on average 33% of interviewers know within the first 90 seconds if you are the right candidate for the advertised job role, therefore advanced preparation is key to a successful interview and setting you apart from all other rival veterinary interviewees. So, we have put together suggested interview tips for you.... Read more →