Small Animal Veterinary Surgeon (New Graduate)

  • Location: Durham - County Durham, County Durham
  • Type: Permanent
  • Job #792

Mixed Animal Veterinary Surgeon. Durham. £37,500 + per annum, DOE.
Are you a recent graduate looking for a supportive mixed animal practice?
Maybe you have a few years’ experience under your belt and you are looking to develop.
You are ambitious, want to be part of an experienced team, and looking to enhance your career?
We know of an independent practice, with all the kit, a team raring to go with the freedom to ‘do your own thing.’ A practice where patients come first rather than the bottom line.

The best thing is, is this practice is hiring. Are you interested in finding out more?

Based in Durham, in the North East, this city offers many things not just this wonderful single site, independent practice. It is steeped in history, with wild nightlife, fantastic commuter links, and access to the countryside and beach too. This practice is within a fantastic location to live and work.

The practice is hiring for growth. This is a practice where everybody pulls together when there’s work and relaxes when it’s time. A strong team who wants the best for patients and practice.

They are flexible on hours here but are ideally looking at a 4-day week, 1in 5 Saturday mornings, with some on-call, during the week it is a fair rota 1 in 5, and weekends are also 1 in 5.  There is no sole charge with this role, therefore suitable for a new or recently graduated Vet, looking for a mixed practice.

You need to be interested and passionate about mixed practice, as the split is currently 65% Small Animal, 30% Farm Animal and 5% Equine.

So, what’s in it for you? Starting salary depends on experience, new grad starts from £37,500k per annum with a bonus and profit share. More experience commands a higher starting salary to be discussed. BVA and RCVS paid for, plus a generous CPD budget paid and encouraged, as well as opportunities for certificates. Holiday entitlement is 25 days plus BH’s.
Accommodation can be included, as well as the use of a Van for work purposes only.
So, what’s next?
Choosing a new practice is a big decision. You are looking for a role and a practice that gives you the autonomy, and support you need to thrive and develop but most of all a place where you can call home.
Send your CV, don’t worry if it’s not up to date. We can’t get the whole story in a job ad so ask any questions. I’ll answer honestly, no hard sell.
Help shape the future of this practice.
Apply today!