Veterinary Surgeon

  • Location: BIrmingham - West MIdlands, West Midlands
  • Type: Permanent
  • Job #778

Small Animal Veterinary Surgeon, Birmingham – £55-75K PA DOE

You are looking to continue your career in a rewarding, independent, and forward-thinking practice.
You love what you do, and have passion for your profession but know it’s time for a change.
When it comes to being a Vet, we understand that it’s not only about helping animals (that much is obvious) but it’s about being happy in the environment in which you work. If you are in a position where you are considering a move then look no further than here.
The practice offers clinical freedom in abundance, whilst maintaining a supportive and collaborative approach.
Situated in North Birmingham, the practice is innovative, sustainable, and proudly independent. This team is small in number but has significant plans to grow, having opened its doors 2 years ago, they are fully equipped with impressive modern facilities and the room to expand as they develop.
Providing exceptional veterinary care is at the heart of what they do, and would expect you to become part of their team, grow together, as well as develop your interests and skills.
The owner of the practice is the Vet that you would be working alongside, she has over 10 years of experience, in everyday routine procedures to more complex cases. She is happy to mentor and support new additions to the practice family, and share experiences, case discussions, and advice.
Clinical freedom is encouraged and supported also.
Ideal candidates will be looking for a full-time, permanent position, working 9 am till 6:30 pm Monday to Friday, with 1 hour lunch break, 1 in 2 Saturday mornings 9 am till 12 pm, no OOHs or bank holidays. Saturdays you would be the only Vet in practice therefore you must be comfortable with sole charge.
They do understand that work has to co-ordinate with your private life also, and will encourage this balance. Communication and mutual respect in creating a happy place to work are important to the team.
This role also offer some great benefits from 5.6 weeks holidays, private health insurance, memberships fees paid, as well as CPD allowances of up to £1500 per annum, plus 4 days to attend. For anyone looking to relocate for this position a newly renovated, 2-bed apartment above the clinic can be provided.
Location, the City of Birmingham, has lots to offer, it is not only the second largest city in the UK, it is home to great sporting teams, shopping centres, nightlife, and excellent transport links locally, and internationally. Within a 20 minutes’ drive you will find whatever leisure activity you are looking for. If a quiet pace is more your style, there is also many country walks, parks, and other outdoor pursuits within reach.

Unfortunately, we can’t get the whole story in a job ad.
I’m convinced their interests will align with yours – send your CV. It doesn’t matter if it’s up to date. I’ll come back to you.
Work somewhere you’re respected by colleagues and clients alike, you are choosing to join a wonderful team.
Apply today to VetFinders.


Small Animal Veterinary Surgeon

  • Location: Tauranga - New Zealand, Bay of Plenty
  • Type: Permanent
  • Job #775

SMALL ANIMAL VETERINARY SURGEON – Western Bay of Plenty, New Zealand  $90k-$140 DOE
You’re a good vet, an adventurous vet who is starting to get itchy feet.
Things change, circumstances change and the thought of moving overseas to utilise your skills excites you.
What if we told you we are working with a practice that is the largest, proudest family-owned veterinary business in the Western Bay of Plenty, New Zealand and they are recruiting.
With beaches, walks, restaurants, cinemas, and areas of outstanding natural beauty on your doorstep, this is a role built around your lifestyle.
It’s a big step, we understand that, curious, excited, an adventure on the other side of the world?  Tempted, read on.

They are a five site veterinary business, boosting a great team culture. There’s an atmosphere of “getting it”. Everyone pulls together when there’s work, and relaxes when it’s time. They have a dedicated management team to support and look after you.  A Clinical Director to promote your ongoing development and a Practice Manager with a passion for workplace wellness.
Joining a  team of over 50 Veterinary Professionals, who have found the balance between interesting medical cases and surgeries, work-life balance, and outstanding teamwork. They are enthusiastic and friendly, strong in terms of support, case discussions, and mentoring, as well as encouraging you to develop yourself and others around you.
Tauranga branch is where you will be based, newly renovated with state of the art kit, all under one roof in a purpose-built facility plus they are an NZVA Best Practice® Accredited Clinic , the only one in the area.
Their clinics provide in-house point of care diagnostics (CBC, Biochemistry and Imagist), Digital X-ray, Ultrasonography and Dental X-ray. They offer a referral imaging service and also accept a variety of medical and surgical referrals from other practices, such as Radioactive Iodine treatment.
This position is Full-Time, Monday to Friday, and every one in three weekend fixed hours. The role could be fulfilled with one full-time Veterinarian or alternatively an option of two part-time.
Ideally, they are looking for a general small animal vet with surgical and medical skills, two years exp but are flexible here, it’s the person who is key.

Salary and Perks:  $90k-$140k DOE plus registration, licence fees paid for and all relocation costs included.  CPD allowance is provided based on experience. They have a social club, wellness workshops, annual Clinic Awards and Christmas Party.
So, what’s next?
Well, we can’t get the whole story in a job ad so send your CV – don’t worry if it’s not up to date to, along with any questions. I’ll answer honestly, no hard sell.
Be a better relaxed vet, you, and the animals, deserve it.


Large Animal Vet

  • Location: Winton - New Zealand, Southland
  • Type: Permanent
  • Job #773

Large Animal Vet. $110k-$130 DOE. Winton, Southland.
You’re a great vet, an experienced vet with an adventurous side who is starting to get itchy feet.
You’ve thought about it for a while and decided to take the plunge, move overseas to learn, grow and utilise those skills.
What if we told you we are working with a rural vet practice proud to serve its community, still maintaining that crucial family feel, based in Winton and they are recruiting?
With walks, shops, restaurants, golf, fishing, and areas of outstanding natural beauty on your doorstep, not to mention skiing in the mountains this can be a role built around your lifestyle.
It’s a big step, we understand that, curious, excited, an adventure on the other side of the world?  Tempted,  read on.
An industry leading animal health provider, with modern clinics based throughout Southland and South Otago, Canterbury, the West Coast and Morrinsville.

With 20 vets at peak, they provide an extensive range of veterinary services to dairy clients, as well as other production animals, working dogs and companion animals.
Developing a culture of ‘team first,’ where everyone pulls together when there’s work, and relaxes when it’s time, is key here.  A strong team with a real focus on well-being who want their best for patient and practice.
Due to growth it’s a five-year experienced large vet they require but they will take less, it’s the right person they want. You’ll develop as a vet and gain experience by working on your own cases. See things through with plenty of mentoring from senior vets. CPD is actively encouraged, a large allowance of $2200 will take care of that.  You will be working a 42.5 hours week with a sensible OOH rota in place.
Salary, perks, and hours: 5 – 8 years out from $110k -$130k per annum with yearly reviews to ensure they remain in the higher level of vet remuneration in NZ.  A $2200k CPD budget – 25% can be used for well-being (some people have bought ski passes with their well-being portion!) A relocation allowance is provided, vet fees paid, and staff discounts. A work vehicle is provided throughout the employment. For the first 4 weeks, this can be for personal use until you purchase your own.  There is also 6 weeks of free accommodation on arrival.  Plus there’s plenty of ‘food for good,’ when on the go, fruit, nibbles and snacks to keep you going.
Choosing a new practice is a big decision. You’re a great vet. You care about the patients and the people bringing them in. Most importantly you want a place to help, learn and grow.
So, what’s next?
Well, we can’t get the whole story in a job ad so send your CV – don’t worry if it’s not up to date to along with any questions. I’ll answer honestly, no hard sell.
Be a better vet, you, and the animals, deserve it.


Specialist Pig Veterinary Surgeon

  • Location: York - North Yorkshire, North Yorkshire
  • Type: Permanent
  • Job #771

Specialist Pig Veterinary Surgeon – York – £30-60k PA, DOE

A specialist independent of Pigs, Beef, and Sheep is looking to expand, here is an opportunity to develop and join a supportive and developing team of Veterinary professionals.

You are a Vet, we know, but do you have an interest and preference in Pigs – if it’s Yes, then we want to hear from you. This may be the role you are looking for.

Based on the outskirts of the beautiful and historic city of York, this practice has not only the city on its doorstep but the East Coast and Yorkshire Countryside within easy commute. It really is a beautiful, and expansive place to live, with activities for all within easy reach.

As a proud, long-standing, independent practice, this role is born through growth, expansion, and demand on the successful practice. They have a loyal client base with a great reputation in the surrounding marketplace.

In 2018, they moved into a new, large purpose-built practice, which houses plenty of space and state-of-the-art equipment, including their own in-house lab, large animal equipment, plus much more.

This role is being offered on a permanent contract, 40 hours per week ideally, however, consideration would be made for anyone looking for fewer hours. For them experience is great, but it is more about you really. They are looking for a team player, someone who can confidently and competently command the role, as you lead your own caseload.

Yes, there is an out-of hours – however, it is limited when it comes to Pigs – but you already know this. The out-of-hours are minimal and as required. Work-life balance is important – the practice understands this. Time is given back in lieu.

Collaboration with the wider team is required and actively encouraged. Therefore, you need to be a team player. You will have the opportunities to work on your own cases, have a supportive environment to discuss cases, offer advice, take advice, and mentorship opportunities within the team. There is an experienced team here, lots to draw from, as well as some newer graduates who could learn from you. It is all about getting the best results possible for every animal.

Michelle is one the of 5 Vets working at this practice, joining in 2015, here is her experience…

Michelle, VET  joined the practice in 2015: “When I joined it provided me with an excellent base starting out as a farm vet including all the training needed for working with pigs, I was handed the ropes and given responsibilities from day one with the support of experienced vets and practice team in the background, over time I have built strong relationships with clients working together to improve health, welfare and profitability in farming and I would love to welcome another vet to our team”

It is important to detail that personal development and progression are both strongly encouraged, CPD is generous and the support of certificates is available. If you are looking to diversify also.

When it comes to perks and benefits, this practice is not shy, it includes a pension scheme, generous CPD allowance and opportunities to travel abroad for work events and conferences, Relocation incentive available, RCVS and VDS fees paid, 5 weeks holiday excl Bank Holidays (pro rata), Flexible working pattern – work-life balance is important.

Overall, this is a friendly, progressive, hard-working, and supportive practice, set in a beautiful part of the country, looking for someone who loves Pigs as much as they do. Is this you?

Interested to learn more?
We cannot get everything on an advert, and there is much more to tell you – reach out today, and ask any question, I will be honest with you, and I will answer.

Or send a CV to me, it doesn’t need to be up to date, that’s ok. It’s better to talk anyway.

Apply today!

Small Animal Veterinary Surgeon

  • Location: Brierley Hill - West Midlands, West Midlands
  • Type: Permanent
  • Job #770

Veterinary Surgeon – Outer Birmingham – £40k – 65k per annum, DOE.
Something isn’t right, you love your job as a vet but feel overworked, disillusioned, and stuck in a never-ending routine.
Craving flexibility, clinical freedom, more time with patients?
Want to get back that energy, passion, drive, and what you love most about being a vet?
No one likes to change jobs, but sometimes you have to look in a different direction to achieve what you need professionally.
A first opinion small animal independent practice, run like an independent not like a chain where a  kind, emphatic person is more important to them than experience.
There’s an atmosphere of “getting it”. Everyone pulls together when there’s work, and relaxes when it’s time. A strong team who want their best for patient and practice. There’s not much “management” because everyone’s on the same page. 
Maybe you need to work one day per week or four – this independent practice understands that work has to fit within your life commitments, therefore part-time or full-time hours are available, plus some weekend mornings if flexible.
Demand has led to this vacancy, a loyal customer base, fantastic reviews, and with all the bad press about vet bills they are known for affordability.
You’ll develop as a vet here and gain experience by working on your own cases. See things through. There’s help if you need it with experience in the team, the vet is a certificate holder in dermatology and a professor at the local Open University who really enjoys teaching and mentoring.
The team is made up of one Vet, two SVNs, one VCA, 2.5 receptionists, and a PM.
Plenty of toys here and  top of the range equipment. Based on the outskirts of Birmingham, plenty of shops,  coffee shops, the Merry Hill shopping centre is just around the corner, close to public transport and they have their own parking.  Within a short drive, you are in the country boasting walks and picturesque rivers.

Salary and perks, £40k – £65k DOE, pension,  VDS, and RCVS paid plus excellent CPD budget, 28 days hol plus BH’s.
A new graduate or a seasoned SA Vet we want to hear from you, most importantly you want to develop, you want to be part of a team working together towards a shared goal. You want to use the skills you have and develop the ones you are less experienced in; you want to progress.
So, what’s next?
Well, we can’t get the whole story in a job ad so send your CV – don’t worry if it’s not up to date to, along with any questions. I’ll answer honestly, no hard sell.
Be a better relaxed vet, you, and the animals, deserve it.


Small Animal Veterinary Surgeon

  • Location: Southport - Merseyside, Merseyside
  • Type: Permanent
  • Job #767

Small animal veterinary surgeon, £45k-£65k
You love animals. Otherwise, you wouldn’t be a vet. Be weird if you hated them – there’s easier jobs
You want to help them.
The paradoxical thing is, though, if you want to look after them, you can’t do it 24/7.
You need to take care of yourself first. So you’re rested, refreshed, at the best of your abilities when it is time to help.
Not that a lot of practices recommend working all day every day, that’d be daft. But not many can boast a real commitment to giving their vets a satisfying work-life balance.
An independent small animal practice, with the owner having over 40 years of running independent practices.
They’re growing. They need new vets. And they know that to have you grow along with them, they’ll need to give you something you want.
That’s why they’re offering flexible working. Because the role is available due to growth, they’re not scrambling to fill hours. It’s also why they’re so open regarding experience and salary.
This is not just a job. It’s a community. They love what they do. And that makes them better vets. They collaborate, they discuss cases, they learn from each other. You’ll get a budget for your continued professional development, too.
Ideally, you will do five days per week, but we are flexible on this, 9am-5pm.  No OOH and no weekends. Five weeks holiday, plus your bank hols.
Reclaim your downtime.
But it’s not just flexibility on the table.
They’re interested in improving all their vets, and investing in them. Because it’s mutually beneficial.
So you’ll be supported on your certificates. You’re awarded an annual CPD budget. You’ll receive mentoring and coaching on your areas of interest.
They love you discussing cases together, like when they sit around workshopping patients in medical dramas. And everyone enjoys it – we’ve got testimonials if you’re interested.
They are known locally for their outstanding value, they don’t charge inflated prices, and have a  growing and very loyal customer base.
Plus the perks, like a signing-on bonus. Accommodation can be provided. They’ll pay for your RCVS and VDS membership too.
All they’re asking from you is that you’re a good vet. Besides being good technically, you care. And you’ve got your RCVS accreditation.
Want to be a better vet, with a more enjoyable work/life balance? There’s an apply button there.
Send me your CV – don’t worry if it’s not up to date – and I’ll get back to you.
You might have questions. Contact me and  I’ll answer honestly. No hard sell.

Small Animal Veterinary Surgeon

  • Location: Oswestry - Shropshire, Shropshire
  • Type: Permanent
  • Job #766

Veterinary Surgeon – Oswestry, Shrewsbury – £34 – 65k per annum
You’re a Vet, and you are looking for a change.
You know you want to be in clinical practice, but you crave a change of scenery, possibly a more supportive environment, or an even better work-life balance. Sound familiar?
What you have at the moment may not tick all the right boxes for you and your career. Maybe this opportunity does.
Being a vet is hard work, with demanding hours, I don’t need to tell you this, you are already doing the job, so we understand that you know this already! That’s why this practice offers a 4-day week, 38 hours per week, no out-of-hours, a share of 1 in 4 Saturday mornings, no Sundays or bank holidays, protected breaks, and the support of the whole team.
If I were to tell you that working at this practice you are supported by a team of 29 other veterinary professionals with years and years of experience between them, does this further pique your interest?
This vacancy has become apparent through sheer growth and demand on a practice that has seen significant growth and popularity since it first opened its doors in 2020.  Fully independent, and proud to be an affordable, friendly practice that has continued to maintain and develop its reputation within the local marketplace, steadily for the last 3 years.
The team is made of currently of 6 Vets, 4 RVNs, 4 SVN, 2 VCAs, and 8 receptionists. The working environment created by this team is that of a positive, encouraging, and nurturing one, where each individual offers support, mentoring, case discussions, and advice where necessary. A very collaborative approach, where all opinions matter and are considered.
Whether you are a new graduate or a seasoned Small Animal Veterinary Surgeon we want to hear from you, as experience is great, and we know you have the necessary skills required to add to the growing team, but with a very supportive environment to learn and grow, all new graduates are encouraged to apply also.
Located in the beautiful Shropshire countryside, there really is a great network of activities on the doorstep, and places to visit for everyone of all interests.
What they offer…

  • Competitive salary, depending on experience
  • Benefits including:25 days Holidays + BH’s, Private pension, negotiable CPD
  • All fees paid – RCVS, BVA, VDS
  • Negotiable relocation package
  • A well-equipped practice: to include digital x-ray, ultrasound, endoscopy, full dental facilities and in-house Idexx labs.
  • Orthopaedic, Internal Med  & Surgery Cert holders on site.
  • Support, mentorship, and development opportunities
  • Encouraged CPD and Certificates

Within this role, the practice needs you to be RCVS qualified.
You need to be a team player.
You should be happy with a strong mixture of consults and surgeries, that you can follow from start to finish.
Most importantly, you want to develop, you want to be part of a team working together towards a shared goal. You want to use the skills you have and develop the ones you are less experienced in; you want to progress.
Interested to know more? Ask any questions. We’ll answer.
Attach a copy of your CV (don’t worry if it’s not up to date). We’ll get back to you.
Apply today!

Small Animal Veterinary Surgeon

  • Location: Bishop's Stortford - Hertfordshire, Hertfordshire
  • Type: Permanent
  • Job #765

Come join a fiercely independent practice with an excellent reputation in Veterinary care

Role: Small Animal Veterinary Surgeon
Location: Herts/Essex Border (M11, Junction 7A)
Salary: £45,000-£65,000 DOE, Pro rata FTE

When you start searching for a new role it isn’t always easy.
There are many factors to consider, you are unhappy, you are looking for a change, perhaps seeking progression opportunities or simply you see an opportunity that you just cannot overlook. This is one of them.
A small, independent practice, where strong, loyal, and long service-level relationships are built as standard.
From a team that bolsters and upholds an impressive, supportive, and nurturing environment. Teamwork is key to their success through working collaboratively and sharing best practices at all times.
This practice is run by the owner, an experienced Veterinary surgeon herself, with a certificate in Surgery, here presents the opportunity to work alongside and for one of the most reputable Vets in the area. Sharing workload and cases, as well as leading your own.
The role is offering a full-time, or part-time permanent contract. Ideal candidates will want to work between 2- 5 days per week, however, all applications would be considered.
For the practice, it is about the person and what they can bring to the team. Kindness, openness, compassion, and good decision-making skills are what they really look for.
No weekend hours or out-of-hours commitments are included within this role, but a flexible attitude would be welcomed for holiday cover. Work-life balance is of course required by each team member and given as a standard.
In terms of experience, you will be confident and capable in all aspects of consultations and surgeries of all small animal general practices.
You need to be comfortable with sole charge, as this will be expected. The person has to be able to make decisions in the absence of other Vets and take charge of clinical procedures and care, showing excellent standards of patient and client care.
The practice offers clinical freedom in abundance, they do not compromise on offering quality veterinary practices, which is why their consult times are a minimum of 15 minutes. Each case can be worked on from start to finish also. They understand that time is sometimes needed to resolve something, they are realistic about this.
If you are considering a move in your career, then consider this small independent, they are a well-respected, and busy practice, with an established client base, extensive waiting list, loyal customers, and an outstanding reputation.
Could this be your next career opportunity?
We should also point out that the benefits include, holiday entitlement, pension, fees, and memberships paid, generous CPD allowance, and you chose your development and progression path. There is also a possible Partnership opportunity for consideration.
If you have an area of specialism you would like to explore, you will be supported, mentored, and encouraged. Also, you will have the opportunity to work with visiting specialists that come into the practice.
Work somewhere you’re respected by colleagues and clients alike, apply today to join this wonderful team.
Contact VetFinders for more information.

Small Animal Veterinary Surgeon

  • Location: Sidmouth - Devon, Devon
  • Type: Permanent
  • Job #764

Small Animal Veterinary Surgeon – Sidmouth, Devon – £50-70k

Kindness, openness, and support –three things that this practice has in abundance, and they are recruiting.
If you are stuck in a rut, thinking about your future, and looking for a new supportive home where you can develop look no further than here. Regular CPD is offered and encouraged, whilst certificates are fully supported.
Not only is it set in the beautiful county of Devon, it is a progressive independent with an experienced team of veterinary professionals, offering clinical freedom, and autonomy.
It is no secret that being a vet is hard work. You’re a vet, you know. The more cases you work on, the more adept you get. Developing through experience.  But it can be long and demanding hours, that can offer little work-life balance.
At this practice, they do not believe in working their vets ‘into the ground,’ that’s why they have scheduled breaks throughout the day and 20-minute consults as standard, to allow you to build relationships and give the best possible care you can to each patient.
 We will start with the person and fit the role around you whether you have one or ten years experience.  With a growing practice and a strong loyal client base that’s growing weekly, you will be involved right from the start.
The rota’s fair and sensible: 38-hour, 4-day week with a fixed day off. One weekend in four. When you are on the weekend rota you will cover Saturday morning consults in practice between 9 am – 1 pm, and the OOHs until 6:30 pm, as well as on-call Sunday 8:30 am – 6:30 pm, therefore the ability and confidence to do sole charge is a must.  
In the last PSS report they were commended on the level of care they took over all of their staff.  That’s the beauty of being independent, they are not in the cross hairs of corporate life, there are no clinical targets for vets, and no one telling you to do more lab work let’s face it the job is tough enough without adding additional stress.
Most importantly, you want to develop, you want to be part of a team working together towards a shared goal. You want to use the skills you have and develop the ones you are less experience in, you want to progress.
Interested to know more? Ask any questions. We’ll answer.
Want to be a better vet, with a more enjoyable work/life balance? There’s an apply button there.
Send me your CV – don’t worry if it’s not up to date – and I’ll get back to you.

Small Animal Veterinary Surgeon

  • Location: Truro - Cornwall, Cornwall
  • Type: Permanent
  • Job #763

Family-owned, independent requires a Veterinary Surgeon for their growing practice. Apply today!
Role: Veterinary Surgeon
Salary: Up to £70k pa, depending on experience
Hours: Permanent, Full time, 40hrs per week. (Part-time considered)
Location: Truro, Cornwall
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VetFinders is happy to be recruiting for a wonderfully independent practice, with three branches located in Truro (hospital), Perranporth, and St Agnes. This family-owned and run practice is well established in the local area and boosts a close-knit team of experienced veterinary professionals. The practice is looking to add to their team through growth and expansion with immediate effect.

The Role:

The ideal candidate will be experienced, with a minimum of 2 years postgraduate, and registered with RCVS.

As a veterinary surgeon, you will need to be able and comfortable with a mixture of consultations and surgical procedures conducted in general practice. You must be confident and competent in the role.

This practice is a close-knit team, looking for a friendly, caring, and competent team player to complement their existing professional team. The team offers not only plenty of experience but also support and dedication in abundance.

This role is being offered on a permanent basis, 40 hours per week, flexible on the rota, in addition to 1 night per week on call, and a share of Saturdays, 8 am – 4 pm, 1 in 4. No Sundays or Bank holidays. Hours and flexibility are offered to all employees as work-life balance is important, and this is recognised. Part-time hours will be considered also.

Development and progression are important to the practice, as they grow and evolve, but finding the right person is key. The practice is looking for someone to work with the existing clients, and deliver a high standard of patient care.

Benefits package:

  • Competitive salary dependant on experience up to £70k per annum.
  • RCVS, VDS & BVA paid.
  • 25 days annual holidays plus Bank Holidays.
  • CPD allowance.
  • Certificates fully funded, supported, and encouraged.
  • Staff discount on your pet treatment.
  • Visa and sponsorship available.

Must have:

  • RCVS registered and qualified.
  • Possess the right to work in the UK.
  • Compassion and empathy.
  • Effective decision-making ability.
  • Excellent Interpersonal skills.
  • The ability to problem solve.

About the practice:

This practice is set in one of the most beautiful coastal parts of the UK, Cornwall.
If you are looking for a practice, where you can enhance your career, and work by the sea then look no further than here.

They are a team of 3 VETS, 5 RVNS, with an experienced support team. The RVNs are confident, and always willing to learn with some specialising in different areas.

If you have an interest in exotics then the practice does routinely see exotic animals due to interest in these. As well as working closely with charities in the area.

A recent refurbishment in the practice ensures that it is well equipped with all modern technology, including 2 consulting rooms, 2 theatres, and an operating lab, not to mention a dispensary area as well as separate, dog and cat kennels.

This practice offers support, and personal development and encouraged CPD. As a teaching practice, you may also like to be involved with seeing new student Vets and nurses also.

To apply for this vacancy or request more information please contact VetFinders
Thanks and good luck, VetFinders.