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Veterinary Surgeon – Weekend

Wrexham

Posted 17/06/2024

Up to £45 per hour

Top Reasons to Apply
  1. Vets Now is the UK’s leading provider of emergency pet care, serving over 1700 veterinary practices through 60 plus dedicated out-of-hours clinics and two 24/7 pet emergency hospitals.
  2. Whether you are looking for a supplementary role, aiming to enhance your ECC skills or to re-enter the veterinary world, Vets Now Wrexham awaits.
  3. We provide private medical insurance, enhanced sick and maternity pay and 7 weeks pro rata annual leave.
Job Description

Salary: Up to £45ph DOE plus benefits

Now for making your weekends work

Whether you are looking for a supplementary role, aiming to enhance your ECC skills or to re-enter the veterinary world, Vets Now Wrexham awaits. We have four weekends available within a 12 week period. Shifts include Saturday 1200-1900 and Sunday 0830-1900, plus a fair share of bank holidays. There’s also the opportunity to pick up a Wednesday and Friday nightshift (1830-1900) within the 12 weeks.

Now for enhanced benefits and rewards

Our commitment to your wellbeing extends beyond the diverse caseload, with an exceptional benefits package which includes, but is not limited to enhanced company sick, maternity, paternity and adoption pay schemes, private medical insurance, seven weeks pro rata annual leave, up to 50% discounted staff pet care, professional membership fees and £1,500 CPD allowance plus 35 paid hours pro rata.

Now for innovation

For Veterinary Surgeons looking to enhance or refresh their existing ECC skills, our two-week AdvantEdge programme is available. This comprehensive offering compromises 80 hours of CPD and culminates with a surgical wet lab practical.

Now for support

Along with being supported in clinic with committed colleagues, our central support teams are here to help too. With dedicated complaint and customer service teams, a weight is taken off your shoulders to concentrate on the cases in front of you.