Job ID: SK - 4309

London, Greater London, UK

Discipline

Contract Type

Permanent

Salary (Annual)

£55,000 - £61,083

Hours

37 - 38

Practice Type

Hospital

Accommodation

No Accommodation

Equipment Digital X-Ray And More In-house Lab Ultrasound Dog Ward Cat Ward Orthopaedic Theatre

Careers Advisor

Sam Kelly

01626 249108

Lead Veterinary Surgeon (Veterinary Surgeon)

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Salary up to £61,083 (Annual)

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  • CPD Allowance of one week and £1000 per year
  • Full RCVS fees
  • Range of internal CPD programmes
  • Discounted Vet Shows
  • 25 days holiday (excluding Bank Holidays) with the option to buy and sell up to 5 days per year
  • An additional Wellbeing Day to take whenever you like to help recharge your batteries
  • Life Assurance policy (4 x Annual Salary)
  • Employee Assistance Program and Online Wellbeing Centre available 24/7
  • Wide range of discounts for Retail, Holiday and similar organisations on our fetch platform
  • Company Pension

Job Description

This charity run hospital is looking for a new Veterinary Surgeon to join and help lead their team.

This hospital are looking to recruit a Veterinary Surgeon Team Leader to support the Senior Veterinary Surgeon, through the leadership of the Veterinary Surgeon team, to deliver efficient, professional and caring Pet services to the local community.

You will be responsible for all aspects of team management including recruitment, selection and development, delivery of projects and delegation of tasks as determined by the Senir Vet. Your time will be split between management/ admin tasks and time on the clinical rota.

The successful candidate will demonstrate excellent interpersonal skill, with a proven track record in customer service and team work, combined with extensive clinical knowledge in small animal practice.

This is a Full-Time position working 37.5 hours per week.

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