We have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Veterinary Surgeon to join a small animal practice in Epsom in Surrey on a full-time permanent basis.
This practice provides a range of services, including ECG, Endoscopy, Ultrasound, and X-Rays. The current team consists of an experienced Lead Veterinary Surgeon and a strong team of Nurses (a Head Nurse, Veterinary Nurse, and Student Nurse) as well as a great Patient Care Assistant for support.
In this role, you will be supported and encouraged to work to high medical and surgical standards. This is a full-time position covering 39 hours a week over 4 days. In return, our client is offering a competitive salary and benefits package, depending on experience, including:
- Accommodation allowance of £9,000
- Vehicle or £2,500 vehicle allowance
- £1,500 CPD allowance with 3 days CPD leave per annum or pro-rata and in-house CPD training
- 5 weeks annual leave, plus bank holidays
- VDS, RCVS, BVA fees paid
- Fantastic career progression and partnership opportunities
You will ideally have 3-4 years' UK veterinary experience to support the Lead Veterinary Surgeon. This is a busy practice which will provide the successful candidate with scope to learn and work up their own cases.
Role: Permanent Veterinary Surgeon
Type: Small Animal
Location: Epsom, Surrey
Out of hours: TBC
Sole Charge: No
Accommodation: Yes, an allowance is available
Vehicle: Yes, or an allowance
Ref: JN -092019-12591
To qualify for this position, you must be fully registered with the RCVS and you must be eligible to work in the UK.
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