Small Animal Biased Veterinary Surgeon
St Helens, Merseyside
The veterinary clinic is actively seeking a skilled and dedicated Veterinary Surgeon to join its growing team, marking the 7th member as the Clinic Director prepares for maternity leave. The ideal candidate will contribute significantly to the clinic's commitment to quality, integrity, responsibility, and growth. This role calls for confident and professional individuals ready to uphold and enhance the high standards of care provided by the clinic.
Responsibilities include delivering exceptional patient care, demonstrating clinical excellence, and managing diagnoses and treatments. The candidate should exhibit the ability to work with sole charge, showcasing confidence and competence in independent veterinary responsibilities. Collaboration with the friendly practice teams is paramount, fostering a cohesive environment aligned with the clinic's core principles.
Acknowledging the diverse needs of the team, the clinic offers flexible working patterns accommodating various lifestyles. Whether adjusting rota hours for school holidays, managing the school run, or seeking a tailored work-life balance, the clinic supports individual preferences. Both full-time and part-time positions are open for discussion.
The clinic places a strong emphasis on employee well-being, with initiatives such as monthly well-being afternoons, well-being days, and additional perks like paid paternity days for new pet owners. Professional development is actively supported through a generous CPD allowance and opportunities for research funding.
In addition to a competitive base salary, the comprehensive benefits package includes private medical insurance, enhanced family-friendly policies, a Cycle to Work scheme, and various professional memberships. Recognising the importance of work-life balance, the clinic offers seven weeks of annual leave and a paid day off on the individual's birthday. Prospective candidates are invited to join the clinic in providing outstanding veterinary care and enjoy a fulfilling career with ample opportunities for growth and development.
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New Graduate or Experienced, Small Animal & Exotics Veterinarian
Nova Scotia, Canada
Salary starting from $75,000+, DOE
Small Animal & Exotics Veterinary Hospital
Focus on mentorship for those newly qualified Vets Duties include patient assessment, ordering diagnostics and treatment, annual vaccines, elective surgeries, lumpectomies, dentistry (prophylactic and extractions), soft tissue repair, exploratory laparotomy
You will have exposure to other surgeries to gain experience while mentoring with established associates such as enterotomy, pyometra, gastropexy & orthopedics
8am - 5pm Monday - Friday with a 2 hour lunchbreak Shared on-call duties are 1 evening per week & 1 in 4 weekends
This Hospital is located in a captivating coastal town nestled along the southwestern shores of the province, where the vast expanse of the Bay of Fundy meets the Atlantic Ocean.
Known for its rich maritime heritage and scenic beauty, it offers a blend of historic charm and modern amenities.
Visitors are drawn to its fishing villages, sandy beaches, and vibrant waterfront, while residents cherish the close-knit community atmosphere and laid-back lifestyle.
From exploring lighthouses and museums to enjoying fresh seafood and outdoor adventures, this town captivates the hearts of all who visit, making it a cherished gem of Nova Scotia's South Shore.
$75,000 - $125,000 CND annually, commensurate with experience, plus annual productivity bonus. A signing bonus of $25,000 CND.
Financial assistance with both student debt and moving expenses.
They also offer a medical insurance option including dental, vision, pharmaceutical and more, plus disability and life insurance.
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Vancouver, British Columbia Canada
$100,000 - $180,000
We have an opportunity for an Emergency Veterinarian to join a thriving Emergency and Specialty Hospital in Vancouver, with over four decades of expertise. This state-of-the-art facility, established in 2016, offers Emergency, Internal Medicine, Surgery, Ophthalmology, and Cardiology services.
This team embrace a collegial, team-based approach, prioritising excellent client service, ongoing education, and work/life balance. Their full-service emergency department handles a diverse caseload, fostering lifelong learning and growth. Emergency Veterinarians collaborate closely with Specialty services to uphold the highest medical standards.
Explore endless professional development opportunities, including mentoring DVM students, in-house continuing education events, and the chance to take on additional roles and committee positions. Benefit from their comprehensive onsite diagnostics, featuring digital radiography, fluoroscopy, ultrasound, in-house laboratory, endoscopy, CT, and MRI.
Relocating to Vancouver promises a multitude of benefits and attractions that make it an exceptional place to call home. Nestled between mountains and the Pacific Ocean, the city boasts stunning natural scenery, offering outdoor enthusiasts a paradise for activities like hiking, skiing, and kayaking. Vancouver's diverse and inclusive community provides a rich cultural tapestry, with a vibrant arts scene, international cuisine, and numerous festivals throughout the year.
The city's commitment to sustainability and green living aligns with an excellent quality of life.
Additionally, Vancouver consistently ranks high in global livability indexes, with excellent healthcare, education, and public amenities. The welcoming atmosphere, coupled with a mild climate and proximity to breathtaking landscapes, makes Vancouver an attractive destination for those seeking a balanced and fulfilling lifestyle.
Generous compensation and sign-on bonuses
Continuing education benefits
Career and leadership opportunities
Opportunities to continue your career path; medical director, medical advisory board, special projects, and other leadership roles
Relocation assistance; Immigration support Licensing, membership dues, and conference fees Paid wellness & sick days
Paid vacation time
Employee assistance program
Professional liability insurance coverage
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