Small Animal Associate Vet Surgeon Job, Oxfordshire, England - Oxfordshire

£30,000 - £50,000+ - Veterinarian
Ref: 8403 Date Posted: Monday 23 May 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: Veterinary Surgeon

Job Details: Our client is looking for a Veterinary Surgeon to join their dedicated and supportive team.

Work begins at 8.30am and involves both consulting with clients and their pets and operating in their surgical theatre. Vets are encouraged to work up their cases to a high level. Finish times are either 5,6, or 7pm and one Vet and one RVN are on hospital in patient care overnight. The Vets work a four day week which allows time to balance the interests of clinical work with study, outdoor pursuits or relaxation. They will also consider those who are looking for a part time role. Salary range of £29,000 - £55,000 depending on experience. The practice will, if required, be able to provide accommodation on site. This is in the heart of Thame with all amenities within walking distance and with private parking.

They are within easy travelling distance to London and Oxford. The area has excellent schooling and great for outdoor pursuits. The hospital provides excellent facilities including dental x-ray, in-house laboratory, endoscopy, ultrasound, digital x-ray, separate dog and cat and isolation wards to name a few. They are staffed by a friendly, forward -thinking and supportive team of Vets, nurses and auxiliary nurses. They are looking to improve their quality of work-life balance. They have a varied, challenging and rewarding caseload for those who wish to take on further qualifications and support for those less experienced from within their excellent team of Vets.

The Vets are all team players and delight in helping each other with cases. They have a certificate holder in medicine and one of their Vets is studying for a certificate in ophthalmology. They are involved in supporting and sponsoring their local events and have been involved in fund-raising charity events. They are currently planning their fund-raising activity for this year. Due to their hospital status and varied case load, they are keen to support someone with specialist interests. In addition to your excellent clinical and communication skills, you will need to be a people oriented person, who is willing to support and guide your colleagues.


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