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Experienced Full or Part-time Small Animal Veterinary Surgeons Penryn, Cornwall


Cornish Paws is seeking full or part-time veterinary surgeons to join its small, independent team based in Penryn, Cornwall. The practice has been running for nearly two years and has expanded quickly with a strong local reputation. Expanding to four full-time vets and twelve support staff, the practice aims to provide the best care for its patients whilst providing an enjoyable place to work where staff are valued and cared for.

The roles are ideally suited to experienced vets looking to work two to four days a week and a share of the weekend rota. Level of experience is flexible as the practice can support further learning either in-house or with external qualifications. There is genuine freedom to work up cases properly whilst encouraging case discussions amongst the team.

We recognise a shortage of experienced vets and offer very generous salary as well as a genuinely nice place to work where we can do the best for our patients and feel valued for doing so. This is a rare opportunity to move away from all the problems of corporate ownership and get back to working in a vets like it used to be. There is also genuine partnership prospects in the future.



For more information and to apply, email Matt Thomas at matt@cornishpaws.co.uk

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