Vet Jobs | Veterinary Surgeon position in Wakefield, West Yorkshire

£20,000 - £60,000 yearly
  • Reachjobs
  • Wakefield, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom
  • Feb 28, 2018
Full time Veterinary

Job Description

We are currently looking for Veterinary Surgeon looking to develop his veterinarian career in Wakefield, West Yorkshire, in the UK.

We are looking for candidate with a veterinarian degree, with excellent English communication skills and who always strive to deliver first class care to the clients and who are confident in their ability and passionate about  Veterinary Medicine.

The employer
The employer is the largest national group of Veterinary Clinics and Hospitals. All veterinarian practices are locally owned and run with a dedicated team of vets, nurses and support colleagues. Each practice is passionate about putting pets first, treating them as if they were their own via exceptional veterinary care and support.

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Job requirements

Main requirements for this vet job are: 
• EU Veterinary Degree
• Good level of English
• Ideally started the RCVS registration 
• Working experience with small or big animals


Salary and Benefits:
• Full Time Contract:
• Working with a leading Veterinary Group in the UK
• Constant career development
• Competitive Salaries for Veterinary Surgeons usually between £20000-£60000/ year dependent on experience
• Holidays – 30 days for support office staff and 5.6 weeks (both pro-rata) for clinicians
• Pension contributions
• Fully funded CPD
• Professional membership for vets and vet nurses 
• Discounted treatment for staff pets
• Membership of employee wellbeing programme
• Company sick pay scheme
• Regional allowance for those based in “high cost” living areas