Small Animal Veterinary Surgeon Vacancy, Oxfordshire

Discipline: Small Animal Veterinary Surgeon
Contact name: Richard Powell

Contact email: richard@brightleaf.co.uk
Job ref: 7221
Published: 6 months ago
Our client has an opportunity for a veterinary surgeon with a minimum of 12 months experience to join them.  Ideally candidates will be happy with some routine soft tissue surgeries and medical work ups.  The senior vet in the practices does a lot of orthopaedic and laparoscopic surgeries.  If candidates were looking to progress in these areas, this would be a great learning practice.

As well as the orthopaedic and laparoscopic equipment, this practice also has:
  1. Digital x-ray
  2. Endoscopy
  3. Ultrasound
  4. Inhouse lab
  5. 2 Theatres
  6. Large prep area
  7. 3 consult rooms
Our client can be flexible over rotas.  A full time week though would consist of a four day week with 1/3 Saturdays.  Out of hours are supported by their large local hospital with additional access to multiple certificate holders and extensive equipment.

10 larger towns that are within 25 minutes drive are:
  1. Witney: Famous for its historic blanket-making industry, Witney still holds an annual Witney Feast, a tradition dating back to the Middle Ages.

  2. Burford: Known for its picturesque High Street, Burford has a medieval bridge with an adjacent chapel, and it's often referred to as the "Gateway to the Cotswolds."

  3. Faringdon: Faringdon Folly, a 140-foot tower, provides stunning views of the surrounding countryside, and the town is known for its strong historical ties to Lord Berners.

  4. Chipping Norton: This vibrant market town has a thriving arts scene and is known for the Chipping Norton Literary Festival, attracting renowned writers and intellectuals.

  5. Lechlade: Positioned at the southern edge of the Cotswolds, Lechlade is where the River Thames begins. It's a popular spot for boating and fishing.

  6. Bampton: Recognizable to fans of the TV series "Downton Abbey" as it served as a filming location for the show, showcasing its historic charm.

  7. Brize Norton: Home to RAF Brize Norton, the largest RAF station in the UK and the main airbase for the Royal Air Force.

  8. Woodstock: Host to Blenheim Palace, birthplace of Winston Churchill and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it's a town rich in history and architecture.

  9. Charlbury: Renowned for its vibrant music and arts scene, Charlbury hosts an annual music festival that draws visitors from all over.

  10. Eynsham: Known for its ancient abbey and rich history, Eynsham maintains a picturesque village charm while being close to Oxford and the Cotswolds.