Farm Vet required at Oakwood Veterinary Group
Oakwood Vets offer a modern, forward thinking veterinary service for farm clients as part of their mixed small, farm and pig business. The practice has been providing veterinary care to farms throughout East Anglia for over 100 years and covers a wide geographical area, visiting clients regularly in Norfolk and Suffolk. The practice is near the Norfolk-Suffolk border, with good transport links (Stansted 1 ½ hours, Norwich 40mins and 90 mins to London from Diss on the train).We are looking for a vet with experience in ruminant/farm animals to join our vibrant practice. We offer a flexible approach to working hours with full or part-time considered for the right person with a 1 in 5 on-call rota. There is a good variety of work and the practice is in the TB low risk area.There are also opportunities in the wider VetPartners community to contribute to initiatives such as the clinical board which can also provide clinical research opportunities.In return for your valued contribution to the team we offer the following benefits:• VetPartners CPD fund, supported to certificate level if appropriate• HealthShield cash plan• Company Pension scheme• Cycle-to-Work scheme• A salary reflective of your experience and expertise.To apply for this role or for further information contact Alison (Practice Manager) and Emily (Clinical Director) with a CV and covering letter.
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