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Small Animal Veterinary Surgeon (Locum) - Cheddleton, Staffordshire


This is a great opportunity for a qualified veterinary surgeon to work with a friendly and established team at Churnet Valley Vets in Cheddleton, a large commuter village in the Staffordshire Moorlands, close to Stoke on Trent and Macclesfield.

An independent, community practice, Churnet Valley Vets is owned and run by the sole veterinary surgeon and supported by five experienced qualified veterinary nurses and one trainee veterinary nurse. Currently this role would be 1.5 days a week but could increase to 2.5 days in the future and become permanent for the right person.

The hours for this position are:

  • 08:3019:00 Monday or Friday
  • 08:3012:30 Saturday


To apply, please send an email with your CV attached to churnetvalleyvets@aol.com

  • VMG president joins House of Lords
    Blog SpotMiles Russell, president of the Veterinary Management Group (VMG), has been elected to the House of Lords as a crossbench hereditary peer.

    He will join Lord Trees as a representative of the veterinary sector in the second chamber of the UK parliament.

    Lord Russell said: "Those of us working in the animal health and veterinary sectors are only too aware of the importance of the work we do and the challenges we face.

    "I will use my platform in the House of Lords to increase understanding of our sectors and to promote positive change."


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