Working out of hours
At Vets Now our emergency clinics are only open nights, weekends and bank holidays, so when you choose to join our team you’ll no longer be part of the Monday to Friday, 9 to 5 daily rush.
A work life with more freedom
- Working for Vets Now means working as part of a small but dedicated team. On each shift, we typically have a vet, registered veterinary nurse and receptionist. However, help and advice is always available when you need it from our UK network of out-of-hours clinics and emergency and specialty hospitals, district vets and managers, and support staff.
A work life more flexible
- Working out of hours gives you the chance to spend your days doing the things that fit in with your lifestyle, whether that be taking the children to school, enjoying hobbies, spending time with your pets, or just making more of the daylight hours.
A work life with pace
- Veterinary emergency and critical care provides a stimulating, high-adrenaline environment for everyone who works in it. The variety in pace and emotional reward of successfully treating a seriously ill or injured pet is often what sets it apart from other veterinary disciplines.
A work life more inspiring
- You’ll develop your clinical and client care skills alongside some of the UK’s best emergency and critical care clinicians, performing life-saving procedures in a learning environment. You’ll also be encouraged to attend our annual ECC Congress and to take advantage of our unique training and CPD programmes.
Discover a work life less ordinary
I live for being active outdoors and the flexibility I've gained by working for Vets Now has allowed me the time to spend getting out and about with my dogs and on my bike. I've got the best of both worlds — an exciting job with career development opportunities plus more time to do the things I love.
Interested in finding out more?
Get in touch to find out more about working with us by calling us on 01383 841181 or email our talent team directly.