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Experienced Small Animal Veterinary Surgeon, Hampshire

Experienced part-time vets required, Hampshire

Close to the South Downs, Solent and New Forest, we believe that a great work-life balance contributes to a healthier, happier team.

We are looking for two experienced, part-time vets to expand our current team. One role will be equine ambulatory work while the other will be a first opinion small animal vet. Both roles are being offered on a part-time basis, with 1:4 OOH. 

Quality, not quantity is what we believe is best for our staff and our patients. We run small animal 15 minute consultations as standard (currently longer thanks to COVID). Our extensive range of equipment includes digital radiography, endoscopy, dental radiograph, ultrasound and in-house laboratory.

Our range of benefits includes staff discounts, funded CPD, pension scheme and most importantly a friendly, supportive team. Holiday allowance is 25 days pro-rata, depending on experience. 

For further details and to apply, email enquiries@riversidevets.co.uk

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