Clinical Director – Beacon Veterinary Centre, Cumbria

Beacon Veterinary Centre are a first opinion small animal veterinary practice based in Aspatria and Silloth, Cumbria. Based close to the M6 and a short drive to the well-known lakes, we are a small, super supportive and friendly team.

Due to our existing Clinical Director moving up within our organisation, we are looking for an experienced, forward thinking small animal vet to join our practice. You will take the lead on a day to day basis. As Clinical Director you will be responsible for the running of both our Beacon practices. Our amazing small team of Vets, Nurses and Receptionists will support you in your role.

We are an evolving practice going through a lot of positive change and will have scope for future development opportunities! Open to new ideas and ways of working, this truly is an amazing time to join us!

You will enjoy interesting and challenging cases, a manageable workload and an excellent work/life balance. You will be supported by a professional and welcoming team of two Vets,  RVNs and a Receptionist and will enjoy our purpose built facilities complete with all the tools you need to provide first class veterinary care. We have a brand new Ultrasound and X-Ray machine and are expanding our facilities all the time. Our experienced nursing and reception teams will support you as you strive to deliver the best care and service to our patients and clients.

There is plenty of experience and knowledge to draw from. Beacon Vets are part of a bigger group which means there is great scope for career progression, CPD and access to a suite of internal training, company pension scheme, access to our employee assistance programme, up to 7 weeks annual leave with our buy & sell holiday scheme, professional membership fees paid, perk box and access to a share save scheme.

For more information please call or text Lisa on 07901 223 740 or to chat with our Clinical Director, Sarah, please email Sarah.Pettican@beaconvets.co.uk.

Expires 01/01/20

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