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Vacancy for small animal vet, with interest in or to learn orthopedics. Graduates considered

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Louise Evans

This small friendly but progressive practice is based in Kent, They deal with a busy first opinion caseload and also carry out some complex surgeries including orthopedics. They are looking for a small animal vet, ideally with an interest in this area to join them. They can also consider new graduates who may be interested to develop their skills in this area too

They are a strong 2 vet team with enough experience to guide and mentor someone who is keen to learn and develop in surgery, and are able to consider recent graduates with 6 months due to the level of experience in the team. You should have good levels of general medical and surgical skills. The job entails occasional sole charge and weekends on a rota of 1:3. (support will be provided until this is something you are comfortable with.)

In return they offer a good level of salary and benefits, and a great CPD allowance up to certificate standard

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

You must be registered with the RCVS (Royal college of Veterinary Surgeons) or eligible to do so. You must also be aware of Visa requirements to work in the UK

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