Senior Veterinary Surgeon Required At St Georges Vets - Wolverhampton.
St Georges Vets
West Midlands, United Kingdom
We are looking for a GP veterinary surgeon who loves consulting, to work in our Albrighton and Perton branch.
Our consultations are 15 (some are 30) minutes long in maximum 2hour blocks. Breaks for phone calls, reporting bloods and repeat prescriptions are built into the diary. Having a lunch break and leaving on time should be the norm, not the exception!
You will be supported by an RVN and receptionist. Our experienced RVN runs clinics which include- weight, senior, nail clips, AGs, POCs.
The ability to do routine surgery is ideal but not essential for this role. Facilities and time to operate daily if desired.
This role can be part or full time with some flexibility on working hours. There is no weekend work, on call or OOH at this branch as we have our own night staff at our hospital. Saturday work available nearby if the candidate desired
Our nearby hospital provides immediate clinical support to branch vets as well as providing OOH, diagnostic imaging, advanced surgery and overnight hospitalisation to branch cases.
The job is located in Albrighton, which is a large village in Shropshire, just 5 minutes drive from J3, M54. It has a long established and loyal client base so we would like a vet who places a strong emphasis on building relationships with our clients and their pets.
We are looking for a full time or part time veterinary surgeon. Duties will include consulting, surgical procedures, client liaison, working up cases, and treatment plans at one of our established branches.
St George’s are a busy, long established, RCVS-accredited veterinary practice with multiple sites alongside our hospital. Our main case load consists of dogs, cats, rabbits and guinea pigs.
Our ethos is to provide a high standard of supportive and compassionate care to our clients and their pets. Our 15-minute consults allow us to spend more time with our clients, focusing on quality rather than quantity. We encourage our vets to work cases up to a high standard, allowing clinical and professional freedom. We support each other clinically and case discussions are positively encouraged as part of a culture of support and collaboration.
We offer the very best in preventative medicine as well as when pets are unwell, but we understand that all clients and their pets have individual needs.
We would be looking for someone who is enthusiastic, confident, a team player with excellent communication skills, cheerful and willing to get stuck in. Ideally, we are looking for at least 12 months of experience or more, however a confident new graduate would be considered. Special interests will be welcomed and supported including relevant certificate study.
This vacancy would also be suitable for transition back into practice for colleagues who may be currently on a career break.
Progression to senior vet/branch leader roles are available with correct experience/training.
Competitive Salary and full additional benefits associated with working for IVC.
• 5 weeks paid holiday not including bank holidays
• 5 days paid CPD leave
• £1250 CPD Allowance per annum
• Private Medical Insurance
• VDS Membership paid
• BVA Membership paid
• Service based holiday entitlement increases
• VDS cover
• Enhanced maternity, adoption, shared parental leave and surrogacy pay
• Enhanced paternity pay
• Birthday leave
• Discounted veterinary fees
• My Benefits - various discounts including retail & gym memberships
• Cycle to Work scheme
• CPD/training support
• Paid bereavement leave
• Company sick pay
• Employee opinion survey
• Free uniform in a number of roles
• Annual pay reviews
• Social events
• Sponsorship for overseas employees
• Academy & Leadership courses
• Focus on employee wellbeing
• Relocation packages
• Career progression opportunities
• Free flu jabs
As a BAME and LGBT+ inclusive employer, we are keen to hear from candidates from all minority and diverse groups. As a Disability Confident Employer we are keen to hear from candidates with disabilities and long term health conditions, and would be happy to discuss any reasonable adjustments needed during the recruitment process.
If this position is of interest to you then please get in touch.
Job Ref: BH1671
Address: West Midlands, United Kingdom