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Small animal Vet vacancy. New graduate or step into leadership role

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Louise Evans
This practice is situated in a lovely market town between the Cities of Leicester and Coventry, and is looking for a small animal vet. The team is made up of 5 vets, and carry an enormous amount of experience. With this in mind, they are able to support and mentor a newly graduated or developing vet and would also be able to mentor in orthopedics if this was of interest. They can also accommodate an experienced colleague who is looking for the next step into a leadership role.
The practice has a large exotic caseload, (and take referral work) with two vets who specialize in the is area, one with a certificate and one studying. They work alongside a certificate holder in Internal medicine so the team are in the position to offer support and actively market an experienced vet who maybe would like to pursue their own area of interest to compliment the existing team.
Obviously due to the nature of the practice, all candidates must be happy to handle lots of small furries!
The roles will be full time (40 Hours) with NO OOH's and weekends on a rota with very little sole charge, so a perfect place to begin your career. With dedicated New graduate CPD provided too
Good level of salary and CPD certificate support available

If you would like to apply then please contact [email protected] or give me a call on 01422 433900
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