Small Animal Veterinary Surgeon

  • Location: Oxford - Oxfordshire, Oxfordshire
  • Type: Permanent
  • Job #762

Veterinarian – Oxford – £40-60k

Does practice make perfect?
You’re a vet. You know. The more cases you work on, the more adept you get. Developing through experience. 
But there’s a limit, a plateau.
You work at the same place too long, you hit a wall. You develop habits. Stagnate. Your knowledge is broad, but could it be deeper?
You’ll still be good, of course. But maybe not as good as you could be.
There are solutions. You could undergo CPD. That’s a decent start.
Or you could specialise. Become the expert in a niche, rather than a generalist.
You can do both here. A feline-only veterinary clinic in Oxford is hiring. It’s first opinion – consulting and routine surgery, including dentistry as a must, but more advanced surgical experience would be a bonus as then you can expand the range of services, we have on offer We love a synergistic approach!
The rota’s fair and sensible: 38-hour, 4-day week with a fixed day off. One weekend in four, with an extra Friday off the following week to compensate. No OOH or on-call. Minimal on-site  checks for stable cases if any inpatients really need it. Nine times out of ten you are telephone back up for the duty RVN.
You’ll be working with a team of three other experienced cat vets, who’ll support you and share their expertise. They, like you, were hired because they genuinely care about the work. About making their practice the best it can be for clients and their cats. So you know you’ll at least have that in common with your colleagues – you should really hit it off.
You’ll have access to ultrasound and endoscopy, so you can become even more skilled with those and you will have a bonus 2 referral vets on hand one of which is a Specialist in feline medicine to further blow your mind. You’ll learn just by being here, but you’ll also get a CPD budget. Target the areas you want to improve.

Now, you.
You’ve got at least four years’ vet experience – it doesn’t need to be cats-only, although the more the better and you must be confident with sole charge when needed.
You’re competent in dentistry, but you needn’t be an expert.
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 use dental X-rays and local blocks, and you want to become a feline expert.
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.
Smash that skill ceiling by specialising. Be a better vet.
 

Small Animal Veterinary Surgeon

  • Location: Mildenhall - Bury St Edmonds, Suffolk
  • Type: Permanent
  • Job #759

100% Small Animal Veterinary Surgeon – Mildenhall, Suffolk – £55,000-£70,000 DOE, Pro rata FTE

Put your hands up if you are looking to work for an independent practice, which has an established client base, loyal customers, and a successful reputation in the local area since 1986.
Yes, I thought so, and you will be impressed. When I spoke to their Practice Manager in detail about the practice and what they offer, I certainly was.
Could this be your next career opportunity?
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.
Experienced professionals, that genuinely, share best practices, ideas, and experience not to mention whose turn it is to make a cup of tea.
The team in this practice is second to none, you will join a team of 3 experienced Vets, 4 wonderfully supportive and knowledgeable RVNs, a Practice manager, and receptionists.
I don’t need to tell you, that being a Vet is hard work, sometimes it can be long hours, demanding caseloads, and tiring, but this practice really looks to support an excellent work-life balance.  So, if you are looking to continue full-time, 4 days per week, it will be supported, if you are looking to reduce your hours, to release some family/hobby time then it will be supported. They only ask that you are part of the Saturday morning rota once every fourth weekend, in a sole charge capacity. For this, you will be pleased to know there are no other out-of-hours requirements.
Due to sole charge, we ask applications to be made from capable and confident Vets, who have qualified at least 2-3 years ago, with up-to-date skills, RCVS status, and general practice experience in both consults and surgeries. However, all applications will be considered. If you are a consult-only Vet, please note that we want to hear from you, as the practice could also support you.
If this sounds good so far, then we should also point out that the benefits are also not bad either, they include holiday entitlement, an employee benefits scheme, pension, CPD allowance, and all fees paid towards RCVS, and VDS. When it comes to CPD, development, and ongoing progression, this is encouraged, like actually encouraged. If you have an area of specialism or an interest, they will say ‘Let’s help you get to where you want to be, to master it’.

Unfortunately, we can’t get the whole story in a job ad.
If you want a job that’s more about good people and good pets, and less about big firms, contact me and ask me any questions you have. I’m at lucy@vetfinders.co.uk.
Or, if you want to chat with the owners – and 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: Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire
  • Type: Permanent
  • Job #758

Small Animal Veterinarian – Leicestershire – £45-85k DOE, Pro rata
You’re a vet. You can answer this:
Isn’t it a nicer experience when they come into your practice and are calm and friendly?
Now, were you thinking that question was about the animals? Or the people?
You became a vet to help animals. The dealing with people side of things just kind of comes with it.
It’s better when you have a client base that you know. Who are respectful and understanding of what you do, because they’ve been coming to you for years.
And it makes you a better vet because you’ll use all your powers to keep those relationships sweet.
Luckily, there are still places like that. And one of them are hiring.

This is an independent, established for almost a decade, with hundreds of clients. The founders got out of the rat race (no offense to rats) for the same reason many vets do – they wanted their work to mean something.
As a result, it’s not just a job. It’s a community. They love what they do. And that makes them better vets. They collaborate, they discuss cases, and they learn from each other. You’ll get a budget for your continued professional development, too.
They’ll fire up the grill in summer and party over the holidays. But importantly, they’ll work together – as a team – to make the place the best it can be.
Yes, there’s on call, because obviously the animals need it. But it’s reasonable, it’s empathetic. You’ll always have an RVN with you, and the partners are only ever a phone call away. You’re always supported.
It’s not just about the bottom line, either. It’s about the experience. Whether that’s fussing over puppies and kittens, giving new owners the advice they need so that there are positive first memories of the place, or just refilling the gravy bone tub in the waiting room for the dogs to look forward to.

We can’t get the whole story in a job ad. If you want a job that’s more about good people and good pets, and less about big firms, ask me any questions you have. I’m at lucy@vetfinders.co.uk.
Or, if you want to chat to the owners – and 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.

 

Small Animal Veterinary Surgeon

  • Location: Stroud - Gloucester, Gloucestershire
  • Type: Permanent
  • Job #757

Veterinarian – Gloucester – £40-65k
No-one changes jobs for fun.
You move to leave something bad or gain something good. It’s not something you want to do.
You don’t plan on leaving when you join a new company. Yet things come up. You get dissatisfied. You move.
What if you could do that one last time, then never again? What if not having to move again is the thing you move for? What if there were somewhere the vets stay because they want to?
An independent vets, in a location that has been voted one of the best places to live and work, with canals and rivers, and markets.
Established over 50 years, where many vets have worked there for decades, enhanced their careers, and progressed through the ranks. People are happy. Settled. Secure. Their career box is ticked and then enjoyed. Always allowing you to focus on doing what you do best.
Vets don’t leave here because it’s not run like a chain. It’s run like an independent – fairly. The directors work the same hours as everyone else. Everyone picks up the slack. If one person gets a pay rise, everyone does. Fair.
That extends to flexibility. The rotas are sensible. They’re upfront about the hours. Everyone splits their consults, surgery and admin the same way. It averages about 35 hours a week. We’ll run through a typical week with you, but put it this way – generally everyone gets their lunch on time.
There’s two branches. The main one with 5 vets, and a one-vet branch. The one-vet branch is largely covered, so there’s little to no sole charge work.
There’s an atmosphere of “getting it”. Everyone pulls together when there’s work, and relaxes when there’s time. They’ll co-operate with you. There’s not much “management” because everyone’s on the same page.
And you’ll develop as a vet. Gain experience by working up your own cases. See things through, from presentation to surgery or investigations. There’s help if you need it. And as there’s no plans to go corporate, there’s always the possibility of directorship in future.
But staff longevity doesn’t happen without hiring the right people.
Like you. You’re a good vet. But you’re also fair, easy to get on with.
Most importantly, you want somewhere you can stick around. A place to see out your career.
Send your CV – don’t worry if it’s not up to date – to VetFinders, along with any questions. We’ll reply.
Let this be the last job you ever apply for.
 

Small Animal Veterinary Surgeon

  • Location: Sittingbourne- Kent, Kent
  • Type: Permanent
  • Job #755

Veterinary Surgeon vacancy, independent practice with no OOHs.
Role: Veterinary Surgeon
Salary: up to 60k+ pa, depending on experience
Hours: Permanent, Full time 30 to 42hrs p/w (average 36hrs). No OOHs.
Location: Sittingbourne, Kent
Ref No:

VetFinders are proud to be the recruitment partner of a wonderful independent practice in Sittingbourne, looking to recruit a Small Animal Veterinary Surgeon with immediate effect.

The Role:
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 of Veterinary Surgeon.

The candidate will be qualified, RCVS registered, and ideally have a minimum of 3 years of UK experience. All applications in terms of experience will be considered. This role is highly suited to a Veterinary Surgeon who is looking for a variety of clinical freedom, with a friendly client base, and many varied caseloads. The role offers a large opportunity for surgical procedures. Excellent veterinary skills in internal medicine, good soft tissue surgery skills, and excellent client communication skills are favourable.
You will be a good team player, happy to offer advice, personable and friendly, as well as communicate effectively to clients, with empathy and understanding.

This role itself is being offered on a permanent basis, 36 hours average across a 4-week rotational rota. In addition, a share of weekends is currently 1 in 4. Maximum weekly hours will be no more than 42hrs and no less than 30hrs. Flexibility to cover and make changes to a shift with good notice is also needed to be considered.  No OOHs. Part-time applications will be considered. A work-life balance is important to Borden Lane to get the best out of the staff and this is very much supported within practice.

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 excellent standard of patient care. The team currently has a strong work ethic to ensure quality and effective work is carried out to gain the best overall satisfactory results for the patient and the client.

Benefits package:
Benefits of working for this successful and well-respected practice are:

  • Competitive salary dependant on experience up to 60k per annum
  • Great rota to offer a good work-life balance.
  • RCVS, VDS paid.
  • 20 days annual holidays plus Bank Holidays
  • CPD funded, supported, and encouraged, at Directors approval.
  • Health assurance programme

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:

Since the practice opened in 1992, it has developed a large, varied, and loyal client base. The practice prides its reputation on not only their hard work and dedication to their profession but their core values of compassion, integrity, and delivering excellence. These values run through the centre of the practice at all times.

The team is made up currently of 3 Vets, 6 RVNS, and lots of experienced support staff, always willing to lend a helping hand. They encourage the sharing of best practices, advice on cases, and developing ideas for progression and improvement.

Equipment in practice includes a modern internal lab and a new DR x-ray facility, as well as Klaser, Ultrasound, Tonometry, Pet Club, several nurse clinics and all the general equipment you would expect to find in practice.

Sittingbourne is a lovely location, situated in between London and Dover. Commutable to the capital, as well as the coast and the Kent countryside. This is a lovely part of the UK and is looking forward to welcoming your application.

Interested?
To apply for this vacancy or request more information please send your CV in application.
If you have any pre-application questions please contact us first, just let us know the job reference, Thanks, and Good luck, VetFinders.
 

Small Animal Veterinary Surgeon

  • Location: Kerikeri - Bay of Islands, Northland
  • Type: Permanent
  • Job #753

Ever dreamt of a life in New Zealand?
To work in a beautiful part of the world, where work-life balance really is guaranteed?
Veterinary Surgeons – We’re hiring – come join our practice in Kerikeri, Bay of Islands.

Experienced veterinary surgeon or just recently qualified, for us it’s about you. Yes, we need you to be qualified, and experience would be a benefit but we are looking for someone who wants to invest in themselves, their development,  and progression into helping us build a practice that marvels at the cutting edge of Veterinary Care.

A proudly independent practice, offering a full-time, permanent, or fixed-term contract, with flexible days to suit you. Whether you want to work 4 or 5 days per week, this practice is fortunate to accommodate, individual needs, offering flexibility as required. This is a new role so the job can be adapted to suit you.

If you are ambitious, with a desire to grow professionally – they can help you achieve that.

If you are looking for plenty of surgical work or simply looking to develop your surgical skills – they can support that, as they have a high surgical caseload, and a wealth of surgical experience to learn from.

If full clinical autonomy is important to you– they ensure they see cases from beginning to end, you will have this.

If it is a supportive team of veterinary professionals, from experienced vets to an amazing network of veterinary nurses you want to have– here is a team that is at the top of its game. The opportunity to share best practices, notes, case discussions, and much more.

When it comes to weekends and out-of-hours,  the rota will be based on 1 weekend in 5, all weekends are supported by a wonderfully skilled Vet nurse. On-call, weekdays will be occasional.

The need for this role is through growth, expansion, and demand in services, this is an exciting opportunity for a veterinary surgeon at any level to explore, develop and grow, living in New Zealand, and experiencing all that this beautiful country has to offer.
Don’t just take our word for it, read about what the current team has to say and about working at this practice:

  • “I’ve spent years looking for a great boss to work for, multiple practices later, I feel like I’ve
    finally found that. Paula and her whole team are such supportive, positive, and hard-working
    group. I couldn’t wish for a better place to work.” Jen Veterinarian

  • “You are all like a family to me and such a big part of my life. Watching and experiencing Phoenix expand and blossom into what it is today has given me so much happiness and pride. It’s been an amazing experience, and I’ve learned so much from working with such an amazing team.” Kelsi, Vet Nurse
  • “Paula makes incredible morning tea” Everyone!
  • “As a nursing student and now officially a member of the team, Phoenix Animal Wellness has been amazing to work for. This team is truly fantastic and has welcomed me with open arms and such kind-heartedness. I especially love that everyone is always wanting to learn and try new things within the profession.” Lily, Vet Nurse
  • “Being a part of team Phoenix means thriving in a team that shares a passion and drive for veterinary excellence. A team that supports and motivates each other to continually learn and develop, to be the best version of ourselves.” Sam, Practice Manager
  • “I don’t see my teammates at Phoenix Animal Wellness just in a professional manner, I see them as part of my family. There is that perfect balance of skills, knowledge, and experience mixed with fun, laughter, and amazing teamwork. I love coming to work every day, knowing that I have continuous support, a diverse range of interesting cases to be involved in, and access to ever-evolving veterinary equipment and systems, that aim to improve patient outcomes and help me achieve my goal of being the best veterinary nurse I can be.” Donna, Head Nurse

To accompany this amazing role, is a salary and benefits package that will make you smile.

  • Salaries: Are dependent on experience, ( $80,000-$100,000) offering a good base salary then out of hours is paid at a separate daily/ hourly rate. This means that you are paid very generously when on call and for any call outs you may have. There is always a nurse on call to assist you and help with inpatients.
  • New Zealand Vet Council fees and NZ Vet Association subscriptions are paid for.
  • A relocation package to any overseas veterinarians, including flights, visa costs, assistance with finding accommodation and other expenses
  • Access to free private healthcare insurance.
  • Paid continual profession development.
  • Staff discounts on products and services.
  • Fresh homemade cake for morning tea, nearly every day!

Still interested to find out more about the practice itself, keep reading…
The Bay of Islands is a beautiful location in the sub-tropical far north of New Zealand. The area offers quiet beaches, heaps of watersports and fishing, as well as tramping, horse riding, and all the other outdoor activities you would expect from an area of unspoiled natural beauty.
This practice prides itself on offering exceptional standards of care and skills and services not available elsewhere in their geographical area. They are growing rapidly, so this role may develop as the practice evolves.
It’s an independent, companion animal practice, established less than 2 years ago, offering a range of referral and specialist services, as well as first opinion general practice. Growing and developing to become well known and respected in the local and wider area.
The current team is made up of 4 vets, all pursuing their own interests and passions, and as such developing new services for the clinic, fully supported by an excellent team of veterinary nurses. Many have relocated from the UK themselves.
The practice offers Referral Orthopaedics, Advanced reproduction work including TCI, Acupuncture, Hip & Elbow scoring, BOAS surgery, and other referral soft tissue surgeries to name a few.
In terms of equipment within the practice, you will find everything you expect in a modern clinic, plus fantastic extras such as Imagyst, SignalPet and Phovia.

If you feel this vacancy is something of interest to you, we would love to hear from you.

To make an application:
To apply for this vacancy or request more information please send your CV in application to VetFinders.
 

Veterinary Surgeon

  • Location: Rotherham, South Yorkshire
  • Type: Permanent
  • Job #751

Fancy working in a growing Independent Practice

Veterinary Surgeon
Salary starting from £35,000 pa. More experienced Vets, discussed at interview, DOE

Hours: Full Time
Location: Rotherham, South Yorkshire

Job ref: 751

At Vetfinders we are helping Gonda’s Veterinary Practice grow and find their next hire. They have a new opportunity for a proactive and enthusiastic Vet to join their team at this Independent, small animal practice in South Yorkshire

Role

  • Full Time hours with some OOH’s
  • 1:2 Weekends with TOIL
  • Full or Part Time discussed

This independent practice provides excellence in all aspects of pet care. As a practice, they require an understanding, enthusiastic and patient team player. You must be capable of carrying out surgical and medical procedures.
The successful candidate will benefit from the clinical freedom enjoyed by being an independent practice. You will be a motivated and passionate individual, working seamlessly alongside our team to provide high quality veterinary care and a fantastic client service.
You will be free to workup and manage your own clinical cases and enjoy building your own client base, whilst benefitting from the support of our experienced team, with whom case discussion and collaboration are encouraged.
The practice aspires to create an environment that offers clinical excellence combined with first rate patient and client care.
A minimum of 1 years’ experience is preferred but will consider less for a candidate with the right character, ability, and positive attitude. This could suit a New Grad.
Must haves:

  • 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

Benefits

  • RCVS & VDS membership fees paid.
  • CPD allowance
  • Pension scheme

The Practice
??????Gonda’s Veterinary Practice is a small independent practice based in the heart of South Yorkshire treating both companion animals and equine.
Gonda has been a vet in this area for over 20 years, both her and the practice have an exceptional reputation.
Due to this excellent reputation, the practices loyal client base has extended to the point of requiring another Vet.
They pride themselves on their ability to offer clients and their pets an exceptional and personal services both deserve.

This is a rare opportunity to be involved in an independent practice surrounded by a motivated supportive team helping you to do the work you are trained to do or get back to loving being a vet again!
Interested? Be 1st … Apply now!

 

Veterinary Surgeon

  • Location: Uckfield - East Sussex
  • Type: Permanent
  • Job #750

Fancy working in an Independent Practice, 4 days pw with No OOH’s!

Veterinary Surgeon
Salary starting from £45,000 pa. More experienced Vets, discussed at interview, DOE

Hours: 42 hrs pw. No OOH’s
Location: Uckfield, East Sussex
Job ref: 750

At Vetfinders we have partnered with Henley House Vets in East Sussex, to help find their next hire. They have a new opportunity for a proactive, enthusiastic and experienced Vet to join their team at this Independent, small animal practice

Role

  • No OOH’s.
  • 4 days pw, (10.5 hrs x4) Mon – Fri 8.30am to 19.00pm
  • 1:5 Saturdays, 8.30am-12pm

This independent practice provides excellence in all aspects of pet care. As a practice, they require an understanding, enthusiastic and patient team player. You must be confident and capable of carrying out surgical and medical procedures.

The successful candidate will benefit from the clinical freedom enjoyed by being an independent practice. You will be a motivated and passionate individual, working seamlessly alongside our team to provide high quality veterinary care and a fantastic client service.

You will be free to workup and manage your own clinical cases and enjoy building your own client base, whilst benefitting from the support of our experienced team, with whom case discussion and collaboration are encouraged.

The practice aspires to create an environment that offers clinical excellence combined with first rate patient and client care. A minimum of 2 years’ experience is preferred but will consider less for a candidate with the right character, ability, and positive attitude.

Do you want to get back to enjoying the aspects of being a vet that you love? Come and join this forward-thinking vibrant practice.

Must haves:

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

Benefits

  • RCVS & VDS membership fees paid.
  • CPD allowance
  • Employee discounts
  • 5 weeks holiday plus BH
  • Pension scheme

The Practice
Henley House Vets are a truly independent small animal practice with a main branch in Uckfield and a smaller branch in Heathfield down in the beautiful Coastal, East Sussex. They have a good level of equipment including full Idexx lab, digital x-ray and ultrasound at each clinic.
Most of all they have a supportive group of vets and a wonderful team of nurses. They strive to provide a thorough and caring service to our clients whilst maintaining an enjoyable and rewarding workplace with an excellent work-life balance.
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Number of employees:
Vets: 5             RVN’s:             8          Receptionist’s:  2

This is a rare opportunity to be involved in an independent practice surrounded by a motivated supportive team helping you to do the work you are trained to do or get back to loving being a vet again!

Interested? Be 1st … Apply now!

OOH Veterinary Surgeon

  • Location: Auckland, Auckland
  • Type: Permanent
  • Job #747

Work in NEW ZEALAND in an Independent Practice!

OOH Veterinary Surgeon
Salary discussed at interview, DOE

Location: Auckland
Job ref: 747

At Vetfinders we are helping a practice in New Zealand find their next hire. They have a new opportunity for a proactive, enthusiastic and experienced Vet to join their emergency team.
They are a long-standing privately owned team of people dedicated to caring for injured and unwell animals.
They follow a group of values that speak to their connection to animals; their internal collaboration and mutual support; connection with the community; and their desire to continue to do the best that they can.
Everything they do is about delivering exceptional care – together.

Role

  • 4 days on 4 days off
  • 10 hours per shift
  • 6 month working visa to perm applicants welcome

This independent practice provides excellence in all aspects of pet care.
You will be part of an exciting time with the practice, as they have expanded to three hospitals including their new purpose-built building in Auckland West

They have all the ‘toys’ to provide an excellent standard of care, including joint replacement, arthroscopy, intraoperative fluoroscopy and ligature as well as digital radiography, ultrasound, in-house CT and ready access to external MRI and PET CT

The practice aspires to create an environment that offers clinical excellence combined with first rate patient and client care. A minimum of 3 years’ experience is preferred but will consider less for a candidate with the right character, ability, and positive attitude.

You must be confident and capable of carrying out surgical and medical procedures.

What they offer:

  • A varied and interesting caseload from a diverse range of clients.
  • A commitment to your training and ongoing development, with access to the external CE portal and regular in-house training sessions, plus generous CPD that also covers well-being and personal non-clinical development.
  • Ongoing access, training, and communication with a great network of specialists (imaging, anaesthesia, surgery, medicine and physiotherapy).
  • A large staff of nurses and administration support from a clinically and operational perspective.
  • A thorough training and induction scheme for all new employees, so you are supported from the beginning.
  • Work-life balance is very important, so they strive to give staff a regular, predictable roster with decent amount of time off.
  • A generous hourly wage.
  • Relocation assistance
  • Support with immigration requirements.

Do you want to get back to enjoying the aspects of being a vet that you love? Come and join our forward-thinking vibrant practice.

Must haves:

  • Be registrable with a NZ recognised Institution/Governing body
  • Qualifications, Assessment and Examination Programmes for Registration as a Vet in NZ
  • Possess the right/eligibility to work in the UK or NZ
  • Compassion and empathy
  • Effective decision-making ability
  • Excellent Interpersonal skills
  • The ability to problem solve

The Practice
You will be a part of the Veterinary Specialists Aotearoa (VSA) family.  They have two established hospitals in Auckland and one in Christchurch with specialists in surgery, diagnostic imaging, internal medicine, anaesthesia and physiotherapy.  This role works in one of their two busy emergency practices based in Auckland. They are an experienced group, committed to providing the very best patient care with a strong culture of excellence, fun, dedicated support and collaboration. 

A successful candidate will have an eye on the future – a future bright with opportunity working with a motivated and supportive team. 

Get back to loving being a vet again!
Interested? Be 1st … Apply now!

Companion Animal Veterinary Surgeon

  • Location: Rotura & Taupo - Bay of Plenty, New Zealand, Bay of Plenty
  • Type: Permanent
  • Job #746

Fancy working in New Zealand for a Vet Club!

Companion Animal Veterinary Surgeon
Salary discussed at interview, DOE

Location: Rotura & Taupo in the Bay of Plenty
Job ref: 746

Vetfinders have partnered with the Vetora Bay of Plenty in New Zealand. We are helping them find their next hires for their well-established practices in the Bay of Plenty.
They have new opportunities for Veterinary Surgeons to join their SA teams at their Taupo & Rotura practices

Role
There is flexible working rotation throughout the year, with little after hours caseload when on call, as well as time off in lieu for any weekends worked.

The practice aspires to create an environment that offers clinical excellence combined with first rate patient and client care. A minimum of 3 years’ experience is preferred with sound medical and surgical knowledge, but will consider less for a candidate with the right character, ability, and positive attitude.

Benefits

  • Veterinary Council of New Zealand membership fees paid.
  • CPD allowance
  • Employee discounts
  • Paid team building and annual social events

Must have:

  • Registration with a NZ recognised Institution/Governing body
  • Qualifications, Assessment and Examination Programmes for Registration as a Vet in NZ
  • Possess the right/eligibility to work in the UK or NZ

The Practice
Vetora Bay Of Plenty operates in FIVE clinics in the Bay of Plenty/Central Plateau region of the North Island. They are a not for profit or as they would like to call it a ‘profit for purpose’ business owned by 349 farmer members. They employ over 77 staff, including a mix of 16 large, mixed and companion animal veterinarians.

Work and play in one of the most beautiful regions in New Zealand!!
Live where others come to holiday, with options in Taupo, Reporoa, Rotorua and Galatea.
World renowned mountain biking and walking tracks on your doorstep.

Live an enviable lifestyle with easy access to unlimited recreational pursuits – including fishing, water skiing, swimming, snowboarding and many more.
Access to excellent services, restaurants, bars, shopping and schools

This is a rare opportunity to be involved in a practice surrounded by a motivated supportive team helping you to do the work you are trained to do or get back to loving being a vet again!

For more information about Vetora, visit their web site http://bop.vetora.co.nz
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Love what you do. Love where you do it.

Interested? Be 1st … Apply now