Just Veterinary Jobs 5th April 2024
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Posted on 04 April 2024

Our top 10 picks for both vet surgeons and vet nurses this week:

Clinical Director – Somerset - £75,000- £90,000

In joining the team as Clinical Director of this family-run hospital, you will play a major part in providing support, encouragement and guidance to the entire team as well as mentoring individual team members Clinical Director – independent hospital group


Veterinary Surgeon – Manchester - £40,000- £60,000

Work alongside a team of 50 includes Advanced Practitioners, cert holders in small animal medicine, surgery, orthopaedics, imaging and ECC and experienced first opinion vets, plus certificate holding RVN’s and support staff Veterinary Surgeon-hospital group


Veterinary Surgeon- Wiltshire - £40,000- £65,000

Develop your skills with the support and guidance of an experienced and forward-thinking team at this Independent, Tier 3, RCVS accredited veterinary training hospital Veterinary Surgeon – hospital based/no out of hours


Lead Registered Veterinary Nurse – Essex – up to £35,000

The role is predominantly focused on clinical duties, with a set amount of protected time set aside for leadership, administration and mentoring tasks Lead Registered Veterinary Nurse


Mixed Veterinary Surgeon – Wales - £32,000 - £60,000

 Fulfilling role that offers you support and mentorship, helping to boost not only your skills but also your confidence working a vast and varied caseload Mixed Veterinary Surgeon – independent practice


Registered Veterinary Nurse – London - £30,000- £32,000

Responsibilities will encompass a wide range of duties, including assisting during surgeries, performing nursing procedures, taking part in nursing clinics, administering medications, providing post-operative care, and communicating with the clients Veterinary Nurse – independent practice


Registered Veterinary Nurse – Birmingham - £25,000 to £30,000

With both first opinion and referral caseloads, the nursing team are often heavily involved in all cases, including the more complex procedures which offers a fantastic opportunity for a nurse who is looking to develop their skills and build on their knowledge Registered Veterinary Nurse


Veterinary Surgeon- Scottish Borders- £45,000 - £60,000

Nestled between Edinburgh and Newcastle, the location is one of the best Scotland has to offer. Chose to work 36 hours a week with 1:5 OHH , or 40 hours with no OHH depending on your caseload/skills development preferencesSmall Animal Veterinary Surgeon


Veterinary Surgeon – Gloucestershire – £45,000 to £60,000

Whether you’re looking for hospital or branch work, both can be accommodated here. Join certificate holders in soft tissue surgery, orthopaedics, imaging, ophthalmology, medicine and dermatologyVeterinary Surgeon


Registered Veterinary Nurse – Essex- £24,000 - £28,000

Join a small, passionate and progressive team who are constantly looking forward and aiming to offer the best possible treatment, care and services to their patients and clients. Registered Veterinary Nurse


You must be registered or eligible to register with the RCVS to apply for any of these positions. See https://www.rcvs.org.uk/registration/applications-veterinary-surgeons/ to check

For more information, click on the individual advert links or get in touch at contactus@vettedrecruitment.co.uk

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