About the Job

Weekend Day Vet Surgeon

Up to £30ph DOE plus benefits

A work life less ordinary

Vets Now are looking for a dynamic Vet who is passionate about saving lives to work weekend day shifts at our clinic in Luton. At Vets Now we 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 to the dedication and clinical excellence of our teams.

A work life with flexibility

Our current opportunity involves working one two weekends with a share of bank holidays, though we can offer additional flexibility of one weekend per month. The hours of work are Saturday 12pm – 7.30pm and Sunday 8.30am – 7.390pm. Whether you are balancing a busy lifestyle, raising a family, studying, looking to earn extra income or simply missing the thrill of emergency cases, weekend working could be perfect for you.

A caseload with diversity

The diverse nature of our caseload provides real scope when looking to break away from routine day practice and see a diverse range of cases that simply won’t be seen in general practice. Perhaps developing a career in ECC has always been intriguing but weekend day work was never considered an option – this role can provide the platform needed to make the move to emergency work.

A work life more rewarding

Our employees are our greatest asset which is why we offer a first class benefits and reward package, as well as continued development. We’ll even support you to complete the ECC Cert.

•           6.6 weeks annual leave
•           Pension contributions
•           Professional membership fee's
•           Private Health Care Insurance
•           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!

Our clinical staff are also encouraged to attend our annual ECC Congress, the largest in the UK, which features an array of international accredited speakers, delegates and exhibitors.

Making the move to Emergency and Critical Care or taking on a second job isn’t always easy but we will support you along the way. Please get in touch with James in our Talent Team to discuss on 01383 841181 or email [email protected]