Role filled in April 2022 - Animal Health Equine Vet Jobs
Genus, Mammals, Horses, Donkeys, Zebras

Covering the following locations: Stoke-on-Trent

Equine Vet

Brand new private Equine Practice in Staffordshire seek an dedicated Equine Vet to service their fast growing client base!

Our client is looking to hire a new equine vet, to work alongside them in a small family friendly company.
They work to a high standard and are comfortable working cases up to a referral level.

What they are looking for:

· Minimum of 3 years experience as an Equine Vet
· Someone who is comfortable working in an ambulatory environment, but that also knows that any support is only a phone call away.
· Someone who is happy to work up horses to a high standard stable side, and can deal with clients from all walks of life.
· Working hours are 830am to 530 pm with a 1 in 4 OOH rota
· You get the week night off after your weekend on call and two days off the following week.

What they offer:

A good team of people who actually listen. They value those who wish to help their growing practice and in return offer a good basic salary, an OOH stipend on top. They also feel that if you have worked a weekend that you deserve your time back and therefore you get two days off the following week after a weekend on call.

They have a profit share for all permanent employees from those that work behind the scenes to those that are the customer facing part of our business.

There is room for career progression, if this is something you have a drive and a passion for.

Basic salary £36K-40K basic plus £6,200 OOH stipend and profit share

Location: Staffordshire

Please contact Waheeda to discuss your interest or recommend a contact from your network.

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Job Ref: 69335

Waheeda Jafferali

Specialist Recruiter 01494 818 042

Marcus Chalk

Specialist Recruiter 01494 818056

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