Posted: Thursday the 2nd July, 2020. 10h11
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Overview: These always feel weird- as though I am describing myself to an invisible audience- almost like talking to a mirror but much less judgemental!I moved to the UK after 4 years of practice in RSA ( Cape Town- great place for a holiday! ) in July 2019. The motives for this range from looking for adventure to following my partner.. I have locumed over the past 10 months, at 3 different practices ( one job being 7 months ) and have realised that as much as the freedom of locum is tempting, I miss the routine and client contact from a permanent position. I also miss the relationships built with a practice where you work and toil day in and day out. I feel confident in many aspects of this profession and for the things that I may lack confidence in I will most certainly do all that is possible to gain the experience to improve. I am based in small animals and have fair exotics knowledge. I am definitely looking for a good work life balance as I have my own furmonster to walk and annoy, and I also enjoy having a bond within a team and feeling supported, as well as being free to be supportive to others too.I also make funny voices when talking to kittens or puppies.. and dogs and cats...
Current location: United Kingdom
Qualified at: University of Pretoria, Onderstepoort Veterinary Facility
Country qualified: South Africa
RCVS registered: Yes
Been qualified for: 6 years. I graduated in 2014
Type of practice I have experience in: Private with some welfare, predominantly small animals
Sole charge experience: Yes
Accommodation needed: No
Drivers licence: Yes
Availability: Start within a week
Special Interests: POssibly looking at internal medicaine as a certificate, or ECC. Only played with the idea at this point
Computer skills: Merlin, VetRX
Desired location: Preferably no further than 35 minutes from Lightwater.
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