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Veterinary Surgeon

Employer
Seven Resourcing
Location
Wiltshire, UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
15 Nov 2020

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Sector
Healthcare
Contract Type
Permanent
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Seven Animal Health is looking for an experienced Veterinary Surgeon with a wealth of experience, to work as a permanent member of staff within an established and popular veterinary practice in Swindon. Sole charge is required.

The role:

You will be involved in hands-on veterinary care of small animals, providing both emergency and routine healthcare. You will work alongside other Veterinary Surgeons often, as well as experienced Nurses.

Key Responsibilities:

Expected to set and maintain a high standard of practice.
You must be a great communicator.
Providing high client satisfaction.
Ensuring commercial success for the business.
A keen interest in delivering outstanding patient care.
An ability to nurture individual talents and interests, wherever possible .
Having a patient-focused approach with an ability to recommend what you genuinely feel is best for each patient.
Excellent consulting and surgical skills.
Applicant Requirements:

Qualifications: A degree in Veterinary Surgery.
Experience: On this occasion, new/recent graduate applications will not be considered. Experienced applicants only.
Compliance: Registered with the RCVS.
Hours: Full time at 40 hours per week, 9am-6pm. 1 in 4 weekends.
Perks:

Fully funded CPD
No OOH
Generous holiday allowance.
RCVS fees paid.
Working with Seven Animal Health:

We have a reputation for recruiting at lightning speed, however, we can only respond to candidates who meet the exact requirements of the position. If you have any queries about a role or application, please visit our website where our amazing candidate support team will be more than happy to help
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