We require a qualified Veterinary Surgeon to deliver exceptional care to our clients and their pets as a member of our telemedicine team.
As a member of the telemedicine team, you are the first point of veterinary contact for many clients to our clinical services – you are engaging in clinical and non-clinical communication over a video consultation. You are the first point of triage for many clients and can effectively and reliably prioritise cases to be seen in clinic and support those owners who can’t attend clinic. You are able to approach medicine and clinical care in a can do way and are able to “think outside the box” to help the owners who contact us.
We truly care about all our team members and the people and pets we look after and want to give more people access to high quality veterinary care by being affordable and convenient for our customers, whilst not compromising on veterinary standards.
What we offer
Veterinary Surgeons at The Vet, are rostered into a 37 hour week spread over 4 days working 1:3 weekends. The position will be based from the comfort of your own home, where you provide the skills and knowledge and we provide you with the technology.
Along with a well-structured rota, you will receive:
- Salary dependent on experience;
- 33 days holiday including bank holidays;
- 5% Pension Contribution;
- Cycle scheme;
- £1,500 CPD allowance per annum / 5 days off;
- VDS & RCVS fee’s covered.
Who we need?
An enthusiastic, forward thinking small animal vet with at least two years of qualified experience, who is passionate about the provision of high quality service to patients and clients. As you will be working form home, we need an individual that is engaging and has the ability to interact with clients via video consultations. You will provide outstanding medical advice and have a flexible medical way of working which is driven to get a diagnosis.
The telemedicine role needs a people person who loves animals and believes that only the best is good enough, for everyone. You truly care and believe in the difference The Vet can make to animals and their humans.