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Due to expansion of our clinical services, including brand new ward facilities, we are seeking RVNs to join our Referral Nursing team. Full and part-time roles are available.

If you are passionate about delivering outstanding clinical care and working in an environment that allows you to achieve excellence in your chosen field, we would love to hear from you.

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Operations and Compliance Administrator

We are looking for an Operations and Compliance Administrator to join our busy operations team. The successful candidate will play a key role to provide operational and compliance assistance to facilitate the smooth running of the Company.

The position involves implementing, coordinating and maintaining the support functions within the associated areas, under the direction of the Clinical Operations Manager, to ensure compliance with Health and Safety regulations, Data Protection laws, and other applicable laws and regulations, as well as ensuring that budget requirements are met and expected income and expenditure is achieved.

The role holder will ensure availability of equipment, manage company buildings, administer the radiation controlled areas, coordinate training activities and ensure availability of communication and IT systems. This role may include some manual labour.

The successful candidate will be a positive team player with excellent communication and organisation skills. They will be able to confidently work independently.

If you feel that you have the skills and ability to successfully deliver this role, we look forward to receiving your application.

For informal enquiries or to submit your application please contact Sara Colley at sara.colley@bristol.ac.uk

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Orthopaedic Assistant – 12 month fixed term contract

We are looking for an Orthopaedic Assistant to join our busy Orthopaedic team in our Small Animal Referral Hospital. The successful candidate will be involved in the care, management and investigation of patients presenting through the referral orthopaedic service. They will also be involved in assisting with the smooth running of the service. This will include admitting patients, scheduling imaging and sedating patients, assisting in surgery and teaching undergraduate students.

The successful candidate will have more than one years’ experience working as a veterinary surgeon, with excellent demonstrable client communication skills, ability to organise and prioritise, as well as being a good team player.

The closing date for applications is Friday 7th April.

For full details of the role please see the job description below.

For informal enquiries or to apply, please submit your application form to Kevin Parsons at Kevin.Parsons@bristol.ac.uk

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Residency (MSc) in Veterinary Science Equine Internal Medicine

The University of Bristol Vet School are seeking a veterinary surgeon, ideally with at least 2 years post-graduate equine experience, which may include a suitable internship. The resident will study towards a taught Masters in Veterinary Medicine and the European Diploma in Equine Internal Medicine. The primary focus of clinical activity will be equine medicine cases, however the resident will be expected to be involved in the care of all types of equine cases presented to the equine centre. 

Please make an online application for this studentship at http://www.bris.ac.uk/pg-howtoapply. Please select MSc in Veterinary Science or Veterinary Clinical Practice (PG Dip) on the Programme Choice page. 

The closing date for applications is Tuesday 11th April 2017.

Internship (PG Dip) in Veterinary Clinical Practice Equine Practice

The University of Bristol Vet School are seeking a veterinary graduate with an enthusiasm for equine medicine and surgery. This internship provides training in soft tissue surgery, sports medicine, orthopaedics, internal medicine, emergency medicine, anaesthesia and diagnostic imaging. Your primary role will be working with our multidisciplinary team of specialists and assisting in provision of the equine referral service, including out-of-hours care of in-patients. Experience in clinical practice is desired but not essential.

Please make an online application for this studentship at http://www.bris.ac.uk/pg-howtoapply. Please select MSc in Veterinary Science or Veterinary Clinical Practice (PG Dip) on the Programme Choice page. 

The closing date for applications is Tuesday 11th April 2017.

 

Equine Diagnostic Centre Assistant

We are seeking a dynamic, highly motivated part time Equine Diagnostic Centre Assistant to join our Equine team.

The successful applicant will be working with the team within the Equine Centre to support our vets, clients and their horses during their visits to the Equine Centre.

Responsibilities will be to assist the veterinary and support staff of the Equine Centre in maintaining a high standard of cleanliness and hygiene throughout all clinical areas; to assist with care of hospitalised horses and to assist the veterinary team with the trotting up, lunging and holding of horses during examinations and procedures, including standing MRI, Scintigraphy and surgical procedures.

Previous experience of working with horses is essential and the ability to work flexible hours and working weekends on a rota basis will be required.  

The closing date for applications is Friday 7th April.

For informal enquiries or to apply, please submit your application form to Liz Horne at liz.horne@bristol.ac.uk

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Senior Equine Receptionist

An exciting opportunity has opened up for an experienced, professional and dynamic customer care focused person to join our Equine Centre reception team.

The ideal candidate will have experience of working in a busy environment, answering the telephone and taking appointments as well as meeting and greeting clients and administration duties. They will also have a diligent and hard working attitude, good organisational and communication skills, able to work well within a team, and be self motivated while motivating others. Experience of having worked in a veterinary environment is essential.

The closing date for applications is Tuesday 4th April.

For informal enquiries or to apply, please submit your application form to Liz Horne at liz.horne@bristol.ac.uk

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Farm Animal Practice Operations Coordinator

We are looking for a Farm Animal Practice Operations Coordinator to join our Practice team.

The position involves driving the Farm Animal Practice forward and implementing, coordinating and maintaining the support functions within the associated areas, under the direction of the line Manager, to ensure budget requirements are met and expected income and expenditure is achieved.

The role holder will coordinate the day to day running of the Practice, including scheduling visits, controlling the pharmacy and interacting with clients and vets. They will also push the Practice forward through devising and implementing marketing and business development strategies, alongside the Practice team, Marketing Manager and Business Development Manager.

For further information regarding the key responsibilities of this post please see the attached job description.

The closing date for applications is Friday 31st March.

For informal enquiries or to apply, please submit your application form to Liz Horne at liz.horne@bristol.ac.uk

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Radiographer

We are looking to expand our Diagnostic Imaging Service and seeking a radiographer to join our team. 

The service currently consists of two radiographers and a veterinary nurse and you would be working in our multi-disciplinary small animal hospital supporting our internal services and outpatient services. In addition there is the opportunity to be involved in both clinical research within the hospital and in the Translation Biomedical research centre (TBRC). Current equipment includes:

  • 16 slice CT scanner,
  • 1.5T MRI scanner,
  • 3T MRI scanner (TBRC)
  • DR and CR rooms

You must hold either a BSc diagnostic radiography or DCR qualification or equivalent. Previous cross sectional experience is essential but full training will be given on animal acquisition, meaning previous animal experience is not required. You should be able to work independently as well as within a team, and enthusiasm and a sense of humour are mandatory.

For informal enquiries or to apply, please submit your application form to Chris Warren-Smith at chris.warren-smith@bristol.ac.uk

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Teaching Fellow in Veterinary Clinical Pathology

The University of Bristol’s Veterinary School is seeking to recruit an experienced veterinary Clinical Pathologist with energy, commitment and a passion for scholarship to join its expanding clinical pathology team working within the diagnostic laboratories of Langford Veterinary Services as part of the School of Veterinary Sciences.

You will participate in the delivery of a high quality diagnostic service in veterinary clinical pathology with three other specialists, one residents on an approved residency programme and one intern. You will also be expected to deliver high quality clinical teaching and didactic and practical instruction of undergraduate veterinary and veterinary nursing students and to supervise postgraduates. 

For full job details and to apply, click here.

For informal enquiries, please email Prof. Richard Hammond at r.hammond@bristol.ac.uk.

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Farm Animal Clinicians

We are looking for two enthusiastic farm animal clinicians to join our expanding practice team. The successful applicants will have experience in farm animal work, and an enthusiasm for teaching veterinary students. You will be working with the team to deliver an excellent clinical service, to build and strengthen client relationships and also to explore new services and opportunities for developing the practice.

The practice works with commercial dairy, beef and sheep clients across North Somerset, as well as small holdings and back yard farm animals, and is responsible for farm animal clinical teaching of final year veterinary students. We benefit from our own on-site diagnostic laboratories and pathology service. There is a competitive remuneration package.

If you have any questions or would like to discuss how you could become part of our team, then please email or phone Sarah Wood at sarah.wood@bristol.ac.uk or 07808 763300.

Applications should be directed to Sarah Wood at sarah.wood@bristol.ac.uk, along with your CV.

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Diagnostic Imager

Langford Vets, in conjunction with the University of Bristol, are looking for an additional Diagnostic Imager to join our increasingly busy Diagnostic Imaging Department. This role would be primarily clinics based and involve working in our Small Animal Referral Hospital in addition to teaching of undergraduates and post graduates (interns and residents) but there are opportunities for research and teaching.

The successful applicant would join our current team of radiologists with three residents who are supported by a team of radiographers and nurses. The hospital is multidisciplinary with a varied and interesting caseload.

You would be working with our state of the art equipment including:

  • 16 slice Siemens CT scanner
  • 1.5T MRI scanner
  • Siemens S2000 Ultrasound machine
  • DR and CR radiography rooms
  • Access to a 3 Tesla Siemens Prisma MRI scanner

Applicants must be American or European boarded or be board-eligible.
Competitive package offered for suitable candidates.

For informal enquiries or to apply, please submit your application form to Chris Warren-Smith (Clinical Lead in Diagnostic Imaging).

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Hydrotherapist

We are seeking to employ a dynamic, clinically-experienced Hydrotherapist to work within our Rehabilitation and Pain Clinic team, as part of our multidisciplinary, state of the art Small Animal Referral Hospital.

Working alongside our 2 Physiotherapists and our Veterinary European Specialist in Pain Management you will provide hydrotherapy treatments to both patients referred to the service and those coming through from our busy hospital.

You will have CHA or NARCH accreditation and experience in running a hydrotherapy facility with underwater treadmill.

The role involves rehabilitating dogs suffering from various conditions including osteoarthritis, neurological and orthopaedic post- surgical recovery, and some sports dogs.

Our newly refurbished clinic includes hydrophysio underwater treadmill and pool with three well equipped consulting rooms. 

Informal enquires and applications should be directed to Liz Horne at liz.horne@bristol.ac.uk.

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Equine Surgeons

We are looking for diploma-holding equine surgeons to join our existing team of Specialists to relaunch the Equine Referral Hospital and develop our clinical services as part of the University of Bristol Vet School. This a great opportunity for commercially-minded, clinic-focused clinicians who are keen to use or develop their business skills to help us build the Hospital caseload.

With state of the art facilities and our own on-site diagnostic laboratories, we are also offering a highly competitive remuneration package.

If you have any questions or would like to discuss how you could become part of our expanding team, then please email your CV and cover letter to sara.colley@bristol.ac.uk.

 

 

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