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Out of Hours Equine Vet - Equicall

Practice Site:
  • Equicall - Somerset/Dorset

Equicall is a dedicated equine out of hours service. It is the first of it's kind. We work closely with multiple equine practices to carry out the emergency work for nights, weekends and bank holidays. 

Out of Hours Equine Vet required for Equicall – Somerset/Dorset

Are you looking to join a progressive and experienced team?

Are you looking to provide outstanding OOH veterinary care?

Equicall are expanding! After continued success, we are looking to increase our team. Equicall is a dedicated equine out of hour's service - the first of its kind. We work closely with multiple equine practices to carry out the emergency work for nights, weekends and bank holidays.

Our service is currently operating on a week on week off basis, effectively halving partner clinics on call rota. We work closely alongside the daytime teams to provide a professional service, with a careful transition into covering the on call. As well as covering the difficult hours, we feel that allowing vets to finish on time is an important part of our remit.

Package and Benefits

  • Join a team of 17 vets working together
  • Salary £40,000.00 - £50,000.00
  • Week on, Week Off Rota, 26 weeks off PA
  • Ability to take one 3 week holiday per year
  • Opportunity to use the down time to locum, for further study or to pursue your own hobbies
  • Interesting and exciting work
  • A chance to make a difference

Fancy joining the team?

To apply, click on the ‘Apply Now' button to submit your application via our online portal. Alternately, call, text or email Paige in our recruitment team on 07553588641 or paige.suckley@cvsvets.com


 
  • Salary:
    Attractive Benefits and Salary
  • Practice:
    Equicall
  • Job Type:
    Full-Time, Part-Time
  • Employment Type:
    Permanent
  • Application Closing Date:
    30 September 2021
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