Lead Veterinary Surgeon - Coningsby - Lincolnshire
We’re a community of passionate veterinary professionals committed to providing truly exceptional care. We’re set on building something extraordinary: creating the most forward-thinking and innovative place in the veterinary industry.
We’re always looking for people who aspire to stand out in their field, and it’s this vision and enthusiasm that forms the foundation of how we work.
Our mission to deliver progressive, around the clock care means our employees have the very best equipment and treatment options available, including in-house MRI machines and state-of-the-art operating theatres.
We provide ongoing support to our teams, both in practice and through our dedicated training centre. This empowers you to get the very best from our advanced equipment while being on your journey to veterinary excellence.
We are seeking a Lead Veterinary surgeon to come and join our Coningsby practice who can lead a team and develop a new practice with the help of an experienced branch partner.
You must have client-oriented approach and excellent communication skills, work to a very high standard both medically and surgically. The role is full time, 4-day week and 1 in 3 weekends giving you an excellent work-life balance.
Salary & Benefits
Salary up to £55,000 dependent on experience
Accommodation allowance £6,600
Vehicle or vehicle allowance of £2,500
CPD allowance £1,500 plus 3 days CPD
VDS, RCVS, BVA fees paid
5 weeks annual leave plus bank holidays
Fantastic career progression
Medivet is growing rapidly and it is an exciting time to join us - we encourage growth and development within your role and are truly committed to help our Medivet family members achieve their goals. To apply, please use the link provided.
Skills and experience:
You must be a Veterinary Surgeon who is registered with the RCVS.
Our Coningsby practice is newly acquired in a brand new building and works alongside our Horncastle practice.
Coningsby is about 7 miles south of Horncastle with the Lincolnshire wolds to the west and the Fens to the east.