Small Animal Associate Vet Surgeon Job, Norwich, England - Norfolk

£30,000 - £50,000+ - Veterinarian
Ref: 8589 Date Posted: Thursday 02 Jun 2022
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Salary: £30,000 - £50,000+ DOE

Package: Fantastic package available - 

• A highly motivated, stable and supportive team environment
• Enhanced holiday entitlement and increasing holiday based on length of service
• CPD paid days and allowance
• Enhanced family-friendly policies, including maternity/paternity/adoption/shared parental and surrogacy pay
• Private Medical Insurance
• BVA Membership paid
• Sponsorship for overseas employees
• Relocation packages, up to £10,000

Type of Work: Small Animal Vet Surgeon

Job Details: Our client is looking for an experienced small animal veterinary surgeon with confidence in general surgery and medicine to join their single site practice. This is a great opportunity for a vet who enjoys general practice and values developing good client relationships. They have a great reputation locally for providing excellent care and treating their patients as if they were their own pets and they are looking for somebody with a similar approach to join their team.

They are located a village setting on the edge of Norwich. The surgery is purpose-built with a large reception area and 4 consulting rooms. There is a dedicated theatre; a separate diagnostics room with digital radiography, dental x-ray and ultrasound; and a large prep room with its own dental area. A window in prep allows for easy viewing directly into the cattery to help with monitoring patients and the kennels and isolation suite are nearby. They are fortunate in having a very loyal clientele who have weathered the unusual events of the last year with good humour and kindness! Norwich is a vibrant city with good links to both the countryside and the beautiful Norfolk coastline.

They are a friendly, supportive team of 5 vets, 4 RVNs, 3 SVNs, 4 receptionists and a practice manager, many of them have worked here for a long time and they have recently become an approved nurse training centre.  They have a certificate holder in small animal medicine and definitely have the varied caseload to support the qualification/s of additional certificate holders.

They are looking for a friendly, approachable vet who is enjoys consulting and is confident with medicine and general surgery. You will enjoy being part of a team and have excellent communication skills. In return they can offer a varied caseload, the opportunity to build good client relationships with continuity of care, plus an above average pay package with clear pay scales with level of experience and further qualifications and generous CPD budget in a friendly and supportive environment. You must have a minimum of 2 years+ experience.

Rota: Full-time or part-time hours available.  1 in 4 Saturday mornings with usually a 1.30pm finish depending on admissions.  No OOH.

 

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