Make the most of work and life


Recognising and rewarding hard work is really important to us, which is why we offer all of our people a first-class benefits package. While our remuneration for each job will vary based on role and location, your rewards and benefits are likely to include:

  • Competitive pay
  • 7 weeks of annual leave
  • Pension contributions
  • Generous CPD allowance
  • Professional membership for vets and vet nurses
  • Discounted treatment for staff pets
  • Death in service of two times annual salary
  • Enhanced maternity pay as well as family-friendly paternity, adoption and sick pay policies
  • Membership of employee wellbeing programme
  • Company sick pay scheme
  • Regional allowances
  • Your birthday as a day off
  • Vets Now Angel Fund: In 2017 we launched our own charitable initiative in the shape of our hugely popular Angel Fund. Every year our vets are given £2000 from this fund to provide emergency care to critically-ill pets whose owners cannot afford treatment costs and stray animals who might otherwise face euthanasia.

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Learning and Development


To give you the best start, we'll also support you through a comprehensive induction programme. For many vets, this is through one of our Edge programmes. Our clinical development team has developed a unique programme of training and courses to continue your learning and development as you progress in your role.

Our ongoing training is diverse and flexible, offering different options depending on your needs. You can study online at a time and place that suits you, attend onsite training sessions with your district team, day seminars, and of course, join our annual emergency and critical care UK Congress.

For all veterinary surgeons and principal nurse managers, we support and refund VECCS membership, allowing access to online journals and discounted rates on IVECCS and EVECC Congress.

If you manage a team, you'll also receive leadership development training to help you make the most of your people's talents and abilities.

Mental well-being support


 Our health and wellbeing department work in partnership with the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, through its mental health initiative Mind Matters, and the NHS, to make sure we are doing everything we can to keep you as healthy and happy as possible. 

Our work together includes: 

  • Raising awareness of mental health 
  • Providing managers with training on issues relevant to well-being 
  • Coaching you on techniques such as mindfulness and sleep hygiene 

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