An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Small Animal Veterinary Surgeon working part-time in Lymm. This is an excellent time to join our expanding team as they enjoy moving back into their recently totally refurbished practice. This is a part-time role, with some flexibility available for the right candidate but ideally for the practice working 16 hours per week on a Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 10am to 2pm plus a 1:4 Saturday 9-4 in a local branch. The role will also involve an in-patient OOH commitment on a rota.
We are looking for an enthusiastic team player to join our friendly, supportive practice in Lymm. The team are caring and approachable and have really established a large customer following because of their empathetic approach to customers and their pets. The role would involve working across both consults and surgery procedures but ideally looking for someone who has a surgery bias.
The practice is based within the middle of a large rural community, and the surgery has built up a well-established customer base within this area. If you are interested in joining this experienced, customer centric team within a newly refurbished practice then please do get in touch. to read more about the practice and team at Lymm, please click here
If you are interested in applying for the position please email your CV and covering letter email@example.com, or if you wish to have an initial chat, please call Louise White on 01606 339899.
The Willows Veterinary Group is a trading name of Vet Partners
as Covid restrictions are being eased we have no plans to change our protocol in the immediate future. We would love to have our lovely clients back inside with your pets however we cannot take the risk of a staff member testing positive for Covid because if we do this means our entire team may have to isolate as we cannot socially distance from each other when treating your pets and therefore this could mean our clinic closing for up to 2 weeks. Also a lot of our staff members are still waiting to be fully vaccinated. Your pets well-being is our number one priority and we cannot risk our clinic closing. We hope that you understand our current situation and that we are aiming to return to normal as soon as it’s safe to do so.
Please respect our team
Covid has had a huge impact on our sector which means that we have fewer appointment times and fewer vets to look after an increased demand for our services.
Whilst the majority of clients understand the measures we are taking to ensure we can remain open, a small minority are verbally abusing our team members.
This will not be tolerated, and, if we feel your behaviour is unacceptable, we reserve the right to end the telephone conversation or ask you to leave the premises.
Emergency care must take priority but we will, as always, do our best to help