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Night Vet Job on the Channel Islands - 220,250SB2

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LOCATION: Channel Islands

TYPE OF WORK: 100% Small Animal OR 98% Small Animal, 2% Equine

HOURS: Full Time

AFTER HOURS: Night Role

SALARY: Negotiable

JOB NO: 220,250SB2

An established veterinary practice on the Channel Islands requires a Night Vet to join the team.

Have autonomy in vet work in a very well-equipped practice with excellent support from a large, happy team.

You will work 3 nights on with 4 nights off from 6:15 pm to 8:15 am with consults from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm.

The role will mainly require small animal experience, but if you have large animal experience, the employer would also be interested in hearing from you.

This position comes with the following benefits:

– 5 working weeks’ annual leave

– 9 Bank Holidays

– 5 days CPD/up to £2250 expenses claimable per annum

– Health insurance

– RCVS & VDS membership

– Membership of one other professional membership reimbursed

– Discount on services/products for own pets

– Mobile phone

– Relocation allowance of £1000

Work permit provided. Applicants must have a Bachelor of Veterinary Science or other relevant qualification and be eligible for registration as a veterinary practitioner.

This is a progressive practice, employing several certificate holders. The practice provides their clients with superior quality care utilising excellent facilities. These include the latest CT scanner and hydrotherapy facilities and all the usual diagnostic and therapeutic facilities, including laser treatment. The practice aims to provide a good life/work balance so that everyone can enjoy life in this wonderful location.

The practice is located on one of the beautiful Channel Islands; the islands are sprinkled across the narrow channel of sea that divides France and the UK. All of the islands offer gorgeous, dramatic coastlines and are rich in history. There is a surprising range of birds and subtropical flora to discover. There is also an abundance of fresh seafood and glimpses of traditional British lifestyle that some say have faded from the mainland. The islands are easy to access via plane or ferry, with good connections from England and France.

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For more information, please contact:

Kira Procter
Recruitment Consultant