Vacancies

Nurse Vacancies

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.

You can also view our current nursing vacancies within our small animal practice and equine centre using the link below.

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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Haematology Laboratory Technician - Permanent (Part-Time)

We have an opportunity available to join our Diagnostic Laboratory team. We are looking for candidates who can demonstrate great organisational skills, excellent attention to detail and an enthusiasm for their work. This part-time position will involve working afternoons in our busy Haematology Laboratory.

A scientific background will be necessary, along with experience of working in a diagnostic laboratory; experience in haematology and operation of automated analysers would be advantageous although training will be provided. 

For informal enquiries, or to apply, please submit your application form to Alf Jarecki (alf.jarecki@bristol.ac.uk)

The closing date for applications is Friday 25th August.

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Resident in Cattle Health and Management

Six months' employment followed by a three year Residency

This is a Residency position in a training Programme which is aligned with the European College of Bovine Health Management (ECBHM) Diploma training programme, leading to eligibility to sit ECBHM board exams. It is tenable for 3.5 years, subject to satisfactory annual review of progress. It will incorporate a fixed term scholarship working towards a taught Masters in Veterinary Science during the last 3 years of the residency. The main role of the post-graduate student will be to join our vibrant clinical / research group and be mentored by ECBHM diplomats as well as other Diploma holders. Time will be split between clinical work, research and personal study. 

Informal enquiries to Sarah Wood (sarah.wood@bristol.ac.uk) or Professor David Barrett (david.barrett@bristol.ac.uk)

Please submit your application to Professor Richard Hammond (ceo-lvs@bristol.ac.uk) Chief Executive for Langford Vets and Head of Veterinary School for the University of Bristol.

Interviews will take place in the last 2 weeks of September 2017.

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Molecular Diagnostic Technician

We have an opportunity within our Diagnostic Laboratories for a Molecular Diagnostic Technician to join our team. Langford Vets are looking for an individual with enthusiasm, good organisational skills and attention to detail to fulfil the requirements of the post.

The role will be to provide support for our internationally recognised Molecular Diagnostic Unit (MDU). The MDU uses state-of-the-art quantitative PCR and Pyrosequencing to diagnose infectious and genetic diseases. A scientific background with laboratory experience will be necessary, although training will be given.

For informal enquiries, or to apply, please submit your application form to Alf Jarecki (alf.jarecki@bristol.ac.uk)

The closing date for applications is Friday 25th August.

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Resident in Emergency and Critical Care

Six months' employment followed by a three year Residency

This is a residency position in a training program approved by the European College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care tenable for 3.5 years, subject to satisfactory annual review of progress. It will incorporate a fixed term scholarship working towards a taught Masters in Veterinary Science during the last 3 years of the residency.

Informal enquiries to Dr. Caroline Smith (caroline.smith@bristol.ac.uk)

Please submit your application to Professor Richard Hammond (ceo-lvs@bristol.ac.uk) Chief Executive for Langford Vets and Head of Veterinary School for the University of Bristol.

Interviews will take place in the last 2 weeks of September 2017.

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Resident in Small Animal Internal Medicine (x 2)

Six months' employment followed by a three year Residency

This is a Residency position in a training Programme approved by the European College of Veterinary Internal medicine tenable for 3.5 years, subject to satisfactory annual review of progress. It will incorporate a fixed term scholarship working towards a taught Masters in Veterinary Science during the last 3 years of the residency. 

Informal enquiries to Professor E Hall (dred.hall@bristol.ac.uk) or Christina Maunder (C.Maunder@bristol.ac.uk).

Please submit your application to Professor Richard Hammond (ceo-lvs@bristol.ac.uk) Chief Executive for Langford Vets and Head of Veterinary School for the University of Bristol.

Interviews will take place in the last 2 weeks of September 2017.

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Veterinary Dermatologist

We have an exciting opportunity for a Veterinary Dermatologist to join the team of specialists in our Small Animal Referral Hospital. This will be largely a clinical position running a busy outpatient facility, including mainly dogs and cats; however other species may be presented.

There will be a focus on teaching veterinary undergraduates on clinical rotations and training will be available to support this. Other duties will include: maintaining and growing the referral caseload, dealing with internal case referrals, interacting and teaching veterinary students and active involvement in the residency programme including involvement in clinical research projects.

Please see the job description below for further information and essential criteria. Full and part time applications will be considered. The successful candidate will be eligible for a range of additional benefits including CPD support and a generous pension scheme.

For informal enquiries or to apply, please submit your application form to Sara Colley, HR Manager: sara.colley@bristol.ac.uk.

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Clinical Pathologist

We have an exciting opportunity for a Clinical Pathologist to join our Diagnostic Laboratories Team.

The successful applicant will provide an excellent clinical pathology service for internal and external clients, working with the laboratories team to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the Diagnostic Laboratories.

You must have at least three years' experience working as a veterinary surgeon in Clinical Pathology and be a member of the RCVS.  Preference will be given to a Diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Clinical Pathology, a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Pathology (Clinical Pathology) or a Fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists (Veterinary Clinical Pathology). You may be considered if you have significant experience and are eligible for one or more of these postgraduate qualifications.

Full and Part-time applications are welcome. The appointee will be eligible for a range of additional benefits including CPD support and a generous pension scheme.

For informal enquiries please contact Diagnostic Laboratories Clinical Lead, Kathleen Tennant: Kathleen.Tennant@bristol.ac.uk

To apply please submit your application form to Sara Colley, HR Manager: sara.colley@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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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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