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Full or part-time Senior Veterinary Surgeon – Glasgow

Ashley Veterinary Centre is seeking an experienced vet to join its close-knit team. As one of Glasgow’s last truly independent veterinary practices, the Centre prides itself on providing a personal, caring and empathetic service to its clients.

This role would suit a candidate with the ability to support a team in a senior capacity – someone with the vision and enthusiasm to help drive the business while expanding their own career path. The successful candidate will be capable of sole charge and will have the opportunity to participate in the decision-making and strategic planning of the business.

Located in Glasgow's vibrant West End, the role involves no out of hours and would therefore suit anyone looking to improve their work-life balance. Salary is negotiable depending on experience – however, it is likely to be in the range of £40-45K PA (full time).

For more information, email ashleyvets@googlemail.com

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