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Permanent Lead Veterinary Surgeon

Posted 15 days ago

  • Craigavon, County Armagh
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  • Expired - 2 months ago
Permanent Lead Veterinary Surgeon - Craigavon, Northern IrelandAre you a qualified and RCVS registered veterinary surgeon?Are you looking to join an established small animal practice?Are you looking for...A great salary of up to £75,000?A generous CPD allowance of £1,500 with 3 days to attend?We have an opportunity for a Permanent Lead Veterinary Surgeon to join a small animal practice in Craigavon, County Armagh.The practice is looking for a veterinary surgeon who has good experience gained in a small animal practice, excellent communication skills and the ability to create trusting and dependable relationships with your clients. You will work to a very high standard both medically and surgically in order to provide the gold standard of care to the practice's patients and clients. You will have the confidence to work sole charge as this will be required on occasion.This role is full time for 39 hours per week over 4 days, along with weekends on a rota. There will be no OOH work or on-call duties.Benefits of the roleThe practices provide a high standard of clinical care and prides themselves on having staff members who stand apart from the rest and have a real passion and vision for how they work. They provide ongoing training and support to all team members through dedicated training centres.All staff and patients benefit from the access to the best diagnostic equipment such as MRI machines and CT scanners and state of the art operating theatres in their nearest 24hr animal hospital.Type: Small animalHours: Full time, 39 hours per week over 4 daysOOH: NoneBranch work: N/AComputer system: FreedomTeam: 4 vets, 2 RVNs and a supportive non-clinical teamConsultations: 15 minutesAbout themLarge nationwide group of practices and small animal hospitalLarge community of highly skilled veterinary professionalsCommitted, forward thinking and deliver clinical excellenceOffers continual training with professional development along with a dedicated training centreProvides advanced veterinary diagnostic equipment including MRI machines and state of the art operating theatresCareer progression opportunities availableProvides continual ongoing training to ensure personal growth and developmentProvides state of the art diagnostic equipmentAccess to a wide variety of cases including more complex cases to ensure continual learning and developmentAbout youYou will have practical experience gained in a small animal practiceYou will ideally have a bias or area of specialism that you would like to pursueYou will be comfortable with routine surgeries and consultationsYou will be self-motivated and enthusiasticAn interest in pursuing a certificate would be supported and encouragedYou will be ambitious, driven, and forward-thinkingYou will set a positive working environment and lead by exampleYou will enjoy mentoring and coaching others and sharing knowledge and experienceYou will have a calming approach when dealing with a busy practice environmentYou will be passionate and dedicated to providing excellent clinical careYou will have excellent customer service and communication skillsYou will have career aspirations to continually develop your clinical skill set and knowledgeFacilitiesThe practices are fully equipped with all the latest diagnostic equipment and there is a wide range of state-of-the-art services available, including:DentistryECGHome visitsIn-house laboratoryNeuteringNurse clinicsX-raysPackage:Salary: Up to £80,000 per annum, commensurate to experienceHolidays: 5 weeks annual leave plus bank holidaysCPD: Generous allowance of £1,500 with 3 days to attendMemberships: RCVS, VDS and BVA fees paidPaid 4-week sabbatical after every five years of serviceAccess to a learning and development platformVehicle or vehicle allowanceAccess to employee assist programmeAttendance bonus schemesExclusive company discounts and rewards schemeEnhanced maternity and paternity payMust haves:RCVS registered and qualified or soon to bePossess the right to work in the United KingdomHave excellent verbal and written communication skillsWhat happens next?CLICK APPLY NOW or if you have any pre-application questions or if this role is not quite right for you, please contact the Vet Seekers team (details below) to discuss your veterinary career aspirations further.Please quote job reference: 38296T: 0333 014 7374Please note: All communications and applications are treated in the strictest confidence. When it comes to your privacy, as an ethical veterinary recruiter we do not send your details anywhere without your permission.Vet Seekers was established in 2016 and is a multi-award-winning specialist veterinary recruitment agency (#####,#####0#####2#####0#####2023) and acts as an employment business for the supply of locum and permanent staff for the veterinary industry across the UK and overseas.Vet Seekers is fully compliant with GDPR, is ICO registered and our team are REC accredited. As a business, we take sustainability, environmental impact and our carbon footprint very seriously and have committed to plant trees for every permanent and locum veterinary superstar we find work for, as well as every referral we receive.Refer: If this position is not for you but you know someone who could be interested, pass this advert on to them or ask them to get in contact with us. As a thank you, we will plant 50 trees on your behalf.Thanks from the Vet Seekers team.We are sorry but applications for this job have closed.Hours of employment39 hours per weekSalary: Up to £75,000 per annum, commensurate to experienceHolidays: 5 weeks annual leave plus bank holidaysCPD: Generous allowance of £1,500 with 3 days to attendMemberships: RCVS, VDS and BVA fees paid