Permanent Veterinary Surgeon - Bicester
Type: Small animal
Location: Bicester, Oxfordshire
Practice Type: Part of a group
Facilities:They have a wide range of equipment available to you at all times including:
Sedecal DR x-ray (purchased this year)
Philips iu22 Abdominal Ultrasound
Philips ie33 Cardiac Ultrasound
Range of digital endoscopy
Multiparameter monitoring including capnography & blood pressure at all stations
Full range of Idexx lab equipment
Team:They have a team of 11 full-time equivalent vets, 13 nurses, two dedicated night nurses, and a growing number of Animal Nursing Assistants. One surgery certificate holder and one working towards hers, one GP certificate holder and one working towards hers. They have a culture of excellence at Hart Vets where nothing is too much trouble for the clients and their pets. Well-being is very much at the heart of the ethos and that extends to every single member of the team.
Role:They are looking for a vet who would like to work at the weekend in a very busy small animal hospital. Working 9 hours on Saturday and Sunday, the successful applicant can choose the weekend frequency to fit in with their commitments. From every weekend to once a month, you can let them know what suits you. They are flexible in how they run the weekend days, so if you'd prefer to consult rather than operate, they'd be happy to discuss any scenario.
Applicant Requirement: The new colleague should be a compassionate, efficient, perfectionist, diligent, and hard-working all-rounder who is, above all, an excellent communicator.
Hours: Weekends, working 9 Hours on Saturday and Sunday.
Salary: The salary is up to £75,000 p/a (pro rata) depending on experience.
Benefits - Subject to Pro Rata:
6.6 weeks annual leave including bank holidays FTE
Increasing holiday allowance based on length of service
Private medical insurance
Enhanced family-friendly policies, including maternity/paternity/adoption/shared parental and surrogacy pay
Cycle to Work scheme
Initiatives focused on employee wellbeing
Non-accidental injury support
£1,500 CPD allowance with 20 hours paid pro-rata
Learning and development opportunities via the Group Academy
Access to Vetlexicon – online encyclopaedia provider
All Vets & Nurses can apply for research funding
All Vets get £1000 per annum to spend via our Care Fund
Infection Prevention and Control Programme
Quality Improvement Programme
Ref: JN -042023-28616
Interested? Click on the apply button below and we will be in touch with further details.