Monthly Round Up - Just Veterinary Jobs April 2024
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Posted on 26 April 2024

Monthly round up of the best opportunities!


Best for RVNS:

Registered Veterinary Nurse – Manchester - £26,000 to £32,000

Busy 24hr veterinary hospital where you will work with a variety of talented clinicians and support staff every day Registered Veterinary Nurse – hospital based

Registered Veterinary Nurse (part time) – Bristol – from £26,000

Set 2 day week rota or that offers flexibility, no out of hours and no weekends allowing you to enjoy your free time fully Registered Veterinary Nurse – part time

Best for International Applicants:

Veterinary Surgeon – Merseyside- £45,000 to £60,000

Whilst this experienced team of 3 Veterinary Surgeons specialize in small animal care,  one of the vets has a particular interest in exotic pet care, so there is scope to build your knowledge here tooVeterinary Surgeon – independent practice/visa sponsorship


Veterinary Surgeon – North Yorkshire - £35,000 to £50,000

Opportunity to work by the sea and develop your skills in imaging. All levels of experience considered in this independent practice veterinary surgeon – independent practice/visa sponsorship


Best for Graduates:

Veterinary Surgeon – Devon - £34,000 to £60,000

Independent RCVS and RWAF accredited practice offering small animal and exotics caseload in a beautiful locationveterinary surgeon – sponsorship and accommodation


Graduate Vet Surgeon – Essex - £32,000 - £65,000

Varied small animal caseload with some exotics and a mixture of consulting and operating, with every vet given a dedicated operating day each week Graduate Veterinary Surgeon – independent practice/visa sponsorship


Best for diversification:

Veterinary Surgeon – Hong Kong– from £90,500

Great benefits, great location and great caseload. Get in touch to find out more! Veterinary Surgeon – Hong Kong


Veterinary Surgeon – Singapore - £38,000 - £80,000

Full relocation package offered if you fancy something a new adventure in small animal and exotics medicine Veterinary Surgeon/graduates welcome


Best for Development

Senior Veterinary Surgeon- Manchester- £48,000 to £74,000

Join this busy hospital with a varied and fulfilling caseload with a 50% bias toward surgical shifts. Veterinary Surgeon – hospital based/Surgery bias


Veterinary Nurse Team Lead – Berkshire – £36,000 to £38,000

You will be responsible for ensuring the continuous improvement of the nursing team, managing training and development programs and inspiring the nursing team day to day Veterinary Nurse Team Lead


You must be registered or eligible to register with the RCVS to apply for any of the clinical positions. See to check

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