By Haddenham Webteam - 23rd July 2015 6:00am
Full Time Vet
Tiggywinkles is seeking a suitably qualified vet to join its wildlife hospital trauma team in the village, to enhance and continue to develop the success of the hospital.
The position will afford the successful candidate the opportunity to learn about the treatment and care of all types of British wildlife. This will be under the guidance of our veterinary consultants.
The successful applicant would be required to undertake the full range of veterinary duties, be responsible for the day to day operation of the hospital and provide the nursing team with the leadership and direction they need to maintain the high standards of care we provide our patients.
This is a full time position. The vet would be based at the hospital in Haddenham, but may be required to undertake some travel on behalf of the hospital, for which a vehicle would be provided or travel expenses reimbursed.
In order to meet Tiggywinkles' selection criteria applicants will need to be a qualified veterinary surgeon registered with the RCVS, ideally with a few years' practical experience, and will be able to demonstrate a real passion for British wildlife.
The remuneration package for this role could include the provision of pleasing, single occupancy accommodation, including all utility bills, if required.
If you are interested in applying to join the Tiggywinkles' team, please send your CV and details to:
Andrea Small at firstname.lastname@example.org or to Andrea Small, Tiggywinkles, Aston Road, Haddenham, Bucks, HP17 8AF
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