About the Job

Vet Surgeon 

Up to £30ph DOE

Join us for a work life less ordinary

Working part time offers a solution that overcomes the usual challenges of being an out-of-hours vet surgeon. You can balance a career with caring for a family, working around another job or studying for an emergency and critical care certificate. This is a great opportunity to work with an established team in our Lincoln clinic where your commitment can be as frequent as every Sunday or as few as 1 in 4. Working these hours on a permanent contract really gives you the best of both worlds, flexability and stability. 

Vets Now have revolutionised the way emergency veterinary care is provided. Since 2001, we have grown to become the UK’s leading provider of emergency and critical care, thanks in part to the dedication and clinical excellence of our clinic teams. People really are at the heart of what we do and thats why we take a pioneering approach at rewarding and developing our staff.

Our employees are our greatest asset which is why we offer a first class benefits and rewards package that includes:

  • 6.6 weeks pro rata annual leave

  • Individual private healthcare insurance – From April 2019

  • Pension contributions

  • Professional membership fee's

  • Free holiday accommodation in Arran

  • 50% discounted staff pet care plan

  • Death in service of twice your annual salary

  • Membership of employee wellbeing programme

  • Company sick pay scheme

  • Company maternity, paternity and adoption pay scheme

  • Your birthday as a day off! 

As well as providing a competitive package of rewards and benefits, we also take pride in celebrating our successes. This includes hosting an annual awards ceremony for those who have exceeded expectations. Clinical staff are also encouraged to attend our annual ECC Congress, the largest in the UK, which features an array of internationally accredited speakers, delegates and exhibitors.  

Please get in touch with Jay in our Talent team on 01383 841181 or email [email protected]