A work life less ordinary
As the UK’s leading pet emergency service, we have a route to an exciting career in emergency and critical care for veterinary surgeons and registered veterinary nurses, no matter where you are in your career.
Emergencies don’t work 9 to 5, so neither do we. Whether it’s 4am or halfway through the Christmas holidays, we’re here for pets and owners at the time they need us most. And it’s people like you who make this possible.
At the heart of our team, we have vets, vet nurses and support staff who work at nights, weekends and bank holidays across the UK in our clinics, hospitals, contact centre and support office.
Our vets, vet nurses and support staff are involved in decision-making at every level of the business. But what really sets us apart is our focus on clinical culture. Our people are encouraged to learn from everything they do and to share those learnings.Clinical Director
People are at the heart of everything we do . Whether it’s taking care of your health and wellbeing, developing your skills for the future, or being flexible on the small things that make a big difference to your life.
With a range of benefits that offer an array of rewards that recognise the value of your individual contribution.
By investing in your training and professional development with an industry-leading CPD allowance.
Your health and wellbeing are imperative, and our culture is set up to ensure you feel happy, safe and supported in your role and beyond.
We’re committed to recognising the contributions of our people and take pride in celebrating success.
Because we’ve got clinics and hospitals across the UK, we could have an opportunity for you, no matter where you live. We’ve got lots of flexible positions whether you’re looking for full-time or part-time, weekend only or perhaps a fixed-term contract.Search our vacancies
Edge are our supported routes into ECC. They are ideally suited to recent graduates as well as experienced vet surgeons and registered veterinary nurses.
Our residential 10-week induction programme is designed to equip you with the skills and knowledge you’ll need before starting a full-time role in one of our nationwide network of emergency clinics.
If you have experience in small animal or mixed practice and want to develop your skills to pursue a career in emergency and critical care, our accelerated induction programme AdvantEdge is for you.
Our 12-week distance learning programme is designed to give you the skills and confidence to take on a part or full-time role in one of our clinics and establish your career in ECC.
Nursing Edge is a comprehensive eight-week induction that combines lectures, practical training and mentoring work within our clinics, giving you the ideal platform for a career in ECC.
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