Full/Part Time – Veterinary Surgeon – Greater Manchester – Ref: JM10845

Job Role

Veterinary Surgeon

Job Type



Greater Manchester

Do you want to join a forward-thinking practice that really listens and enables clinical colleagues to use all their skills and that really values you as a person?

The full time hours are 35 hours per week with dedicated office time and early finish or late starts available. They have 20 minute consults as standard and protected days with no client contact to focus on your patients and yourself.

They are a growing practice so flexible full, compressed or part time hours are on offer, there’s no out of hours requirement, or Sundays, and only the occasional Saturday, with time off in lieu, so you truly can achieve that work/life balance.

Their aim this year is to expand the practice to five consult rooms and remove the reception desk! Once this is complete, they will be looking to expand the team further and have a dedicated vet to solely help the nurses.

For this role they are happy to mentor and support our new veterinary surgeon. They have a small animal surgery certificate holder with an interest in orthopaedics on the team so the role could be suitable for a new graduate or someone with more experience wanting to complete a certificate (which they are happy to fund) and there’s always the opportunity to develop your own interest and caseload.

The practice is also happy to fully fund visas for overseas colleagues and offer a tax-free relocation package to help you settle into our lovely area, voted the best place to live in the Northwest by the Sunday Times.

The practice is offering a salary of up to £65,000 with enhanced holiday and other benefits to focus on your well-being, health, and future.

If you share our passion for delivering outstanding pet healthcare and great customer service, feel free to call me on 01392 249645, or email me your CV at jessica@jhprecruitment.com

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