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Small Animal Veterinary Surgeon, Lincoln


Full or part-time small animal vet, Lincoln

The Veterinary Hospital is a proudly independent practice, 100 per cent small animal, working out of purpose-built premises with all the latest technology. Due to its continued growth, the practice is seeking an additional veterinary surgeon to join its vibrant team.

Full-time vets work 40 hours a week, four week days, plus one in three Saturdays 9am-1pm, and share OOH, just for inpatient cover. The practice is open to part-time applicants and is willing to work around other commitments where it can. Shifts vary on a rota pattern which overlaps to cover the practice opening hours. Shifts can be swapped amongst team members to suit outside commitments.

Benefits include BUPA healthcare, income protection, pension, BVA, VDS, RCVS fees paid, five weeks' holiday plus bank holidays, cost price treatment for your pets and CPD at £1k per year (more if needed). The package includes uniform, free parking and salary from 30-50k pro-rata, depending on experience. 

For more details and to apply email carolyn.myers@vhvets.co.uk or visit vhvets.co.uk

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