Like clinical freedom not targets!? Join our independent family practice
Due to expansion we require additional Full and Part Time Veterinary Surgeons.
Do you have what it takes to help us grow and develop our already expanding client base and services?
Want clinical freedom not targets?
FT - 4 days a week (36hrs 8.30am to 6.30pm inc 1hr lunch break)
PT - 2 to 3 days a week (full or half days, flexible working)
Some Saturday mornings (8.30am till 12am) on a rota basis.
Job share considered for both positions.
Salary dependent on experience.
Benefits of working for an Award Winning Independent (non corporate) Small Animal Practice by the Sea include:
Flexible working hours.
No out of hours or on call.
15 Minute Consultation Times.
33 days holiday per annum (pro rata).
CPD days & allowance.
Professional fees paid.
Employers Pension Scheme.
Discounted treatment for staff pets.
We have - Digital imaging facilities, ultrasound, endoscope, diathermy, ECG & BP Monitoring, in house Idexx lab suite.
Develop your skills, enjoy the clinical flexibility of independent practice, manage and follow through your own case load & maintain client continuity, whilst being part of a small close knit team. We have qualified support staff, all the usual toys, Animana practice management system and great clients!
With easy access from the A19, we are a 10 minute drive from Durham City Centre and the beautiful surrounding countryside.
For more information or to apply email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 07815715780 for an informal chat.
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