Joining our Glasgow team, you'll be in good company

Due to the continued expansion of our emergency caseload, we’re looking for an ECC specialist and a surgery specialist to join our renowned 24/7 Emergency and Specialty Hospital in Glasgow. With residency-trained clinicians and specialists in disciplines including:

  • ECC
  • Internal Medicine
  • Oncology
  • Soft tissue surgery
  • Orthopaedic surgery

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Our team

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ECC specialist


We’re looking for a diplomate (ACVECC or ECVECC) or residency-trained clinician to join our emergency & critical care team. Our ECC service is growing year-on-year and we’re looking for an experienced ECC specialist who thrives in a fast-paced environment.

Working alongside a small team of ECC specialists, you will be supported by a strong team of residents, interns and vet nurses in addition to our experienced out-of-hours team, many of them being advanced practitioners. The reassurance of having such a strong, well-established team to support lends itself well to a great work-life balance. Working pattern will be agreed to suit the successful candidate.

If you would like to have a confidential discussion about this role, please contact our national ECC lead, Dan Lewis – [email protected]

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Surgery specialist


We have an opening for a diplomate (RCVS or ECVS) or residency-trained individual to join our surgery team on a permanent basis. You will be working alongside other residency-trained clinicians and specialists in surgery, diagnostic imaging, ECC, internal medicine and oncology. You will be supported in your discipline by a strong dedicated team of vet surgeons, interns and vet nurses. We also have an outstanding out-of-hours team, allowing us to support you in achieving a sustainable work-life balance.

Our hospital opened in 2009 and, having undergone a £1.5 million expansion in 2018, we have all the facilities you would expect to find in a new state-of-the-art hospital. Our specialists were actively involved in the design of the hospital and the open-plan layout with dedicated ICU, prep area and surgery suite is ideal for the management of our growing caseload.

The role is full-time, however, hours and working pattern will be agreed to suit the successful candidate. Our benefits package includes 6.6 weeks annual leave, generous CPD allowance and private medical care.

If you would like to have an informal discussion about this role please contact our national surgical lead, John Williams on [email protected]

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What's in it for you?

When you join our team you will receive a comprehensive employee benefits package that includes 6.6 week's annual leave, generous CPD and private medical care, but that's not all.

Evidence based veterinary medicine

As a member of our specialist team you will have the opportunity to be a key part of our evidence-based research group making a difference within Vets Now and the wider veterinary profession.

Sharing your knowledge

As a senior member of our clinical team you will have the opportunity to share your knowledge and experience on an international stage. Whether that be speaking at our ECC UK Congress, international veterinary events or delivering our national CPD programme.

Developing the next generation

We are proud of our learning culture at Vets Now and that's why we invest in developing the next generation of clinicians. As a member of our specialist team you will have the opportunity to guide and nurture future talent through our renowned Cutting Edge or Internship programmes.

Work-life balance

Our specialists are supported in their discipline by a strong dedicated team of surgeons, residents, interns and nurses. The reassurance of having such a strong, well established team to support lends itself well to a great work-life balance that we know our team deserves.