Veterinary Surgeon - Enjoy Independence Within This Award-winning Team In Leicestershire
Leicestershire, United Kingdom
Our client's award-winning independent small animal practice is expanding and they're looking for an additional Veterinary Surgeon to help with a growing caseload.
"This is a really great practice, there's such a varied caseload and everyone in the team has got different skill sets, so there's just so much to learn. You get the chance to do so much, working up all your cases. And the support from all our qualified nurses is great. The clients are lovely and there's lots of nice toys too!"
What's on offer:
Teamwork and collaboration are at the heart of practice culture, with active involvement offered in decision making. Everyone gets to pitch in with their ideas and has their say in systems, processes and client engagement (as an example the rota was recently changed to suit the team).
Patient and client care is at the forefront of everything they do and it shows in their reviews. They continue to provide inpatient care to those clients who request it for continuity.
The role will involve a mix of consulting and surgical cases (fixed surgery days) with a rota of 40 hours over 5 days. Saturday rota included, but no OOH. Downtime is important too, so dedicated time is built into the rota every day for breaks and administration.
You'll be supported by a strong team, including a CertAVP holder and an experienced team of 7 Registered Veterinary Nurses.
More about you:
You'll have a few years' post graduate experience and be confident with all routine procedures. Should you wish to develop your surgical skills further, support and funding is available to certificate level. We would be particularly interested in anyone looking to increase their ultrasonography caseload.
You'll be a compassionate communicator and demonstrate excellent customer service skills. First and foremost you'll be a vet surgeon who thrives on being part of a team and working in partnership with your colleagues.
What to do next:
If you share a belief in autonomy and independence in veterinary practice, a collaborative approach to patient care and you want to be part of a team that really cares about you and your development, then get in touch
Address: Leicestershire, United Kingdom