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Experienced Small Animal Vet – Surrey


Ark Veterinary Centre is looking for an additional small animal veterinary surgeon to join its two-vet first opinion practice in Epsom, Surrey. This position is a full-time role and would suit somebody with experience as there will be a small amount of sole charge. However, an exceptional new graduate would be considered.

The successful candidate will be joining a friendly, high-spec, independent practice that prides itself on forming strong client relationships. Established in 2007, the centre offers a wide array of services, including therapeutic laser, harmonic scalpel, dental x-ray and underwater treadmill.

Good communication skills and a genuine interest in general practice are essential for this role. The practice offers a four day week, plus 1:3 Saturday mornings, five weeks’ holiday plus bank holidays and no out of hours. Salary will be commensurate with experience with the usual pension, subscriptions & CPD. Accommodation is available if needed.



For more information and to apply visit arkvets-ewell.co.uk or call on 020 8786 0777.

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