• Role Type - Locum : Vet


    Locum/Perm : Farm Vet : ASAP

    SW WALES – Our clients are seeking a Farm vet to join their friendlyteam.
    They are willing to pay on experience and will consider new grads with a passion for their job. Locum and permanent applicants are welcome.
    Established in1989 our clients have9 fully qualified veterinary surgeons working with a wide range of species. Theyare a mixed practice, treating both companion and farm animals and offering a wide range of servicesthrough to their calf tracker scheme, TB testing and farm fertility visits.
    They are in an area steeped in history, close to the national parks and a very short journey to the coast.
    This vacancy benefits from use of the practice house and vehicle, generous CPD and training allowances.
    What a great practice to kick start a thriving farm veterinary career or to bring along a wealth of knowledge and to be recognised for this.
    Please contact our office for more information or for an informal chat on the vacancy.

    Job Ref: 18-03273

    Location: Pembrokeshire, Wales

  • Role Type - Locum : Vet


    Locum : Vet : TB Tester!

    HAMPSHIRE – Our clients are seeking a locum TB tester to join their team.
    This is an immediate and ongoing vacancy and benefits from no out of hours with occasional weekend cover. Accommodation can be provided if needed.

    Job Ref: 18-03293

    Location: Salisbury, England

  • Role Type - Locum : Vet


    Locum : LA Vet – ASAP ongoing

    HAMPSHIRE – Our clients are seeking aLarge animal vet locum required for a practice in the Hampshire area, an immediate start ongoing.
    Large animal required for shift to include out of hours and weekends on a 1 in 4 rota.
    This vacancy benefits from accommodation can be provided if required.

    Job Ref: 18-03292

    Location: Salisbury, England

  • Role Type - Locum : Vet


    Locum : LA Vet : Through the winter Months

    ORKNEY! Large locum vet needed for some cover at this welcoming practicejoining the team at this multi vet mixed practice. They are seeking help during the winter. This would be a full time role working Mon-Fri with a shared weekend rota. OOH is normally covered on a 1:6 weekly block, but it may be that OOHis simply working in back up to the main team so lots of flexibility there.The work load will bemostly with beef suckler herds so experience in this area would ideally be required. Theymay consider a TB tester too.
    Accom/transport can both be provided.

    Job Ref: 18-03355

    Location: Kirkwall, Scotland

  • Role Type - Permanent Vet


    Perm : LA Vet : Strong Large/Equine Exp Needed

    DUNDEE – Although our clients are a mixed practice the large animal (farm & equine) and small animal teams are separate so that large animal vets will only ever carry out large animal duties. In May 2018 they took on all the large animal work from one of their neighbouring vet practices and so are looking to increase their current team of 5 full time large animal vets to 6 full time 100% large animal vets.
    The large animal work is based at the main surgery in Dundee and the practice has a further small animal surgery in Broughty Ferry and a larger small animal surgery in Barnhill. Dundee has a purpose built large-animal facility with a set of equine stocks; two stables and secure area for trot-ups / lunge examinations. This area is big enough to accommodate a large horse box turning and being parked, still leaving space for the horse examinations. They have a DR mobile Xray machine, four ultrasound scanners, (two are clinic based with colour doppler), and two are ‘wearable’ battery powered one with goggles for viewing, a Storz video endoscope, in-house laboratory and five motorized dental rasps (they would expect to get a sixth for our additional vet). They have storage facilities for equine semen and do equine AI. They carry out Official Measuring for horses. It is very rare to hospitalise any large animals and though there is a qualified nurse on call for the small animal side, it is rare for the large animal team to need them. They have an agreement with the practice they took on the large animal work and have use of their purpose built large animal facility with a set of equine stocks, two stables and paddock. With the addition of the extra work from the neighbouring practice their overall balance of work is close to 50:50 now. So someone with both a strong backround of farming experience and a strong equine interest would be ideally suited to this post. It is not a position for a new vet to gain experience. They aim to practice to the highest standards, while still being sensitive to clients’ needs and expectations. They provide all first opinion equine and farm services and some second opinion work for their neighbouring practices. They do their own out of hours work. You will be on call ONLY for large animals. The large animal rota is currently equally shared at 1 in 5 and will change to 1 in 6 with the additional vet they have yet to see how the extra work will affect this over the busy spring calving period, they may have to have a few months of shared or back up on call. Currently every vet is on-call one night each week (allowing for some swaps) and every fifth weekend on-call. The vet who has been on-call over the weekend is off on the Monday following and every vet has a half day off every week.
    CPD is encouraged and funded with approval of the Partners. Should you to do extra CPD eg study for a certificate they will support and fund this with an arrangement for recovering some of the cost of the CPD should you leave the practice within two years of finishing the course.
    A normal week starts every day at 8.30am and has four days finishing at approx. 5pm, allowing for emergencies and one half day finishing at lunchtime and one of the days oncall in the evening. Vets have 32 days holiday a year, 4 of which are taken at Christmas/New Year. Salary is commensurate with experience and no accommodation or car is provided, due to the unattractive tax implications and tax-free business mileage is paid for your car use. RCVS membership and VDS insurance is provided.
    For any further information please don’t hesitate to contact us on 0115 968 1515

    Job Ref: 18-03377

    Location: Barnhill, Scotland

  • Role Type - Locum : Vet


    Locum : LA Vet : 1st October – 23rd December

    CORNWALL – Our clients are seeking a large animal vet to cover for this farm practice in Cornwall.
    Shift times are 09.00-17.00 Monday-Friday (4 days per week), with 1:8 participation in the weekend & OOH rota

    Accommodation is available at the practice flat & a vehicle is made available.

    What a gorgeous place to end the working year. Call us today on 0115 968 1515 or 07938 659836

    Job Ref: 18-03375

    Location: Falmouth, England

  • Role Type - Permanent Vet


    Perm ; Vet ; LA /mixed Practice

    SHROPSHIRE – Our client a mixed practice are looking for a permanent mixed and LA vet to join their team! This is working a full time rota Mon-Fri with occasional OOH ( usually 1:5) This is a hospital based role with a light share of weekends. The practice have scope to consider a new grad as full support is on offer. They are looking for a confident, capable indivudual who can hit the ground running.

    Job Ref: 18-02685

    Location: Anywhere

  • Role Type - Permanent Vet


    Perm : Equine/Large animal vet – new grad or experienced vet

    LINCOLNSHIRE – Our clients are seeking a permanent Equine and Large animal vet surgeon to join their team. The role is working full time Monday-Friday but your time is your own after you have completed your appointments for the day – so flexible working hours! There is a 1:2 rota but you are not required to stop in the practice for on call purposes and it is a light call volume. You will be working 4 days on the weeks that you are not on call. Our clients do not hold evening or weekend surgeries and currently has 2 vets, with good support staff.
    The practice has a mix of Stud and Leisure horses they see and very loyal clients! They are looking for an ambitious vet to help the practice move forward. You can be a 6-month new graduate or an experienced vet looking for that permanent move. The salary will depend on your experience.
    The practice is situated in a beautiful area of Lincolnshire, 20 minutes from the coast. They can provide accommodation in the interim and aide in sourcing permanent residence for any candidates looking to relocate to this area. This vacancy comes with all the benefits and support of a well-established and much respected practice.
    Interviews are to be held November and December.

    Job Ref: 18-03464

    Location: Louth, England

  • Role Type - Locum : Vet


    Locum Veterinary Surgeon LA – ASAP-Ongoing

    GWYNEDD – Our client are seeking a Large Animal Vet to start ASAP – Ongoing.The position can be either Full or Part time, If Full time they are wanting Mon-Fri and 1:4 weekends. Accommodation and car available if required, you will be working with an excellent team of 14 vets. Experienced TB Tester Vetrequired, comfortable with Lambing's, cesareans and farm work. You will be able to discuss different areas you would like to work with the practice. For more details please contact the office on 0115 9681515.

    Job Ref: 18-03500

    Location: Dolgellau,, Wales