Lead Veterinary Surgeon Harmans Water Berkshire

An exceptional opportunity is available for a skilled and dynamic veterinarian to take the lead in a practice situated in Bracknell Harmans Water. This role is particularly exciting as the practice has recently undergone significant refurbishment.

The ideal candidate should possess a minimum of 3 years of experience in small animal practice. In return for your expertise, we offer outstanding career advancement opportunities, a favorable work-life balance, competitive packages (outlined below), and the opportunity to engage in cases using cutting-edge technology. We prioritize your professional development and job satisfaction by providing these benefits.

This role is perfect for an individual seeking to assume responsibility and ownership within their practice.

Remuneration and Perks

  • Salary up to £80,000 annually, commensurate with experience
  • CPD allowance, including 3 days of CPD leave and in-house CPD training
  • Payment of VDS, RCVS, and BVA fees
  • 5 weeks of annual leave in addition to bank holidays
  • 4 weeks of paid sabbatical (available after every 5 years of service)
  • Enhanced Maternity and Paternity Pay
  • Access to Wellbeing support and an EAP programme
  • Wide-ranging discounts for leisure activities, retail, and holidays
  • 100% attendance bonus schemes
  • 1 day of ‘Pet’ernity Leave
  • Relocation allowances for distances greater than 50 miles from your current address (up to £5000 for overseas candidates)
  • Possibility of working with friends/colleagues as there is also a vacancy at a nearby practice
  • Could also potentially offer short term accommodation (£878 per month with all bills included- flat)

Moreover, if you meet the criteria and are eligible to register as a veterinary surgeon with the RCVS upon arrival in the UK, we can provide support for Certificates of Sponsorship for a Tier 2 (General) Visa.

Key Responsibilities The successful candidate will be expected to:

  • Deliver superior clinical care to clients and patients while providing guidance and leadership to colleagues in the practice, ensuring adherence to established performance measures.
  • Oversee the financial and operational aspects of the practice, driving team performance and engagement.
  • Uphold exceptional clinical quality and care standards, fostering a forward-thinking clinical culture.
  • Implement and ensure compliance with practice policies and procedures, including Medivet’s preferred drug policy.
  • Collaborate with the regional management team, Head Nurse, and practice colleagues to deliver outstanding care and advance the practice.
  • Regularly review Clinical Dashboards and devise action plans based on insights to support the team’s success.

This role also offers the possibility of Branch Partnership.

Skills and Expertise Candidates should possess a minimum of 3 years of solid experience in small animal practice.

To apply, please forward your CV.