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Full or part-time Veterinary Surgeon Llandrindod Wells


Ddole Road Veterinary Clinic is seeking a veterinary surgeon to take up an exciting opportunity to join their vibrant and friendly mixed practice in Llandrindod Wells, Wales voted the happiest town in Wales to live in for the third year running.

The job is a truly mixed position, with 50 per cent small animal, 50 per cent beef suckler and sheep, and a small amount of horse work with the opportunity to specialise in a field of interest, so you'll never be bored.

Full time or part time and flexible working can be considered for the role. OOH is 1 in 5 weeknights and 1 in 5 weekends on call.

The salary bracket is 30,000 to 50,000 depending on experience, and CPD is both encouraged and supported.

You will be joining a welcoming and supportive team of eight experienced veterinary surgeons, with efficient and talented veterinary nurses and support staff. The practice has a wide variety of modern equipment, including digital x-ray, ultrasound, in house lab, handhelds for TB testing, easy-scan and farm animal fertility testing equipment.



For more information please contact Liz Jones atlizthevet@outlook.com, or call 01597 822044/07968 596657

www.ddoleroadvets.co.uk

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