£35,000 - £55,000
We are recruiting two Permanent Veterinary Surgeons to join a small animal practice in Ashford Kent.
The positions are full time working 4 days per week with a shared weekend rota of 1:4.
The practice and the branches are well established and provide a wide range of modern veterinary services and facilities.
They offer excellent veterinary care to all patients and have a traditional value.
They have a large team of highly experienced Veterinary Surgeons and see a wide variety of cases both routine and more complex.
The practice requires two Veterinary Surgeons.
Both of which to work in one of the branch surgeries.
£260 - £320 per day
- Start Date: ASAP
- End Date: Ongoing
- Hours: Full time 8.30am till 6.30pm with one later finish a week till 7.00pm
Office hours are 8:30am-7:00pm or email us outside of these hours and we will respond ASAP.
£32,000 to £38,000
We are recruiting for a permanent Veterinary Surgeon on their behalf, to work alongside the practice owner and brilliant support team of nurses and administrative staff.
Patients of the practice are primarily dogs, cats and small furries; some mixed animal work is available if desired.
Candidates should have 2 years' post graduate experience in order to be considered for this position as there will be regular sole charge required.
- Team: 1 Vet, 3 RVNs plus support staff
The practice has a close-knit team and so is looking for a friendly and approachable Vet who will fit in will with the existing staff members.
The practice is willing to support further study and specialisation so a Vet with a specific clinical interest would be welcomed.
- RCVS fees covered
£35,000 - £45,000
A large animal practice located in Ashford are looking to recruit a large farm animal veterinary surgeon on a permanent basis to join their growing team. This role would ideally suit an experienced veterinary surgeon perhaps looking to relocate and have a new challenge.
Type: Large / Farm Animal
Hours: Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm
Weekends: Saturday 9am – 5pm –
OOH: Maximum 1: 5 – during lambing and calving season the vets double up. Ooh will reduce as the practice expands further.