We have an opportunity for an experienced Equine Veterinary Surgeon with energy, commitment and a passion for clinical service particularly relating to equine lameness and teaching.
The applicant has to be confident and experienced with equine lameness diagnosis and management, as well as a willingness to be involved with the management of wider urgent equine cases, including colics, fractures and wounds on an Out of Hours rota (up to one weekend in three).
You must hold a veterinary qualification recognised by the RCVS that allows you to practise veterinary medicine within the UK. You will participate in the delivery of a high quality clinical service in equine lameness, deliver practical clinical teaching to undergraduate veterinary and veterinary nursing students and contribute to the training of postgraduate clinical students.
The level of the appointment will be made according to qualifications and experience. We are looking for the successful candidate to start as soon as possible.
For enquiries or to apply, please submit your application form to Prof Alistair Barr, Professor of Veterinary Surgery. Enquiries may also be submitted to Evita Busschers, Senior Teaching Fellow in Equine Surgery.
Deadline for applications is Monday 31 October.
We have an opportunity for a veterinary neurologist to join our team. We are a busy and supportive neurology department located in beautiful countryside in the south west of England that is well supported by a large multidisciplinary team of specialists.
We have excellent facilities and a high level of expertise in our team that allows us to manage complex cases such as hypophysectomies. Clinical research is also well supported including with access to a 3T MRI scanner on site (routine cases are imaged with a new 1.5T machine) and a kinematic gait lab.
This position involves both clinical and teaching duties, with potential for time dedicated to research. The exact balance between these duties would be agreed with the successful candidate. This could suit someone who has recently completed a residency or an experienced neurologist who wishes to further clinical, academic or research interests.
Deadline for applications is Friday 21 October.
For enquiries or to apply, please submit your application form to Tom Harcourt-Brown (Small Animal Neurologist & European Specialist in Veterinary Neurology).
We have an opportunity for an ECVAA / ACVAA diplomat or board eligible anaesthetist to join our team for a 12 month maternity cover role starting in December 2016.
The anaesthesia service works within Langford Vets' Small Animal and Equine referral hospitals to provide safe and effective perioperative patient care in a busy teaching environment replete with challenging cases, tea, cake, and, convivial colleagues. In addition we support the University of Bristol’s flagship Translational Biomedical Research Centre ensuring the perioperative welfare of its subjects - principally pigs - and helping to maintain the scientific quality of the projects in which they are involved.
The department currently comprises of 7 senior anaesthetists, 3 residents and 2 anaesthesia nurses. The successful candidate would be expected to contribute to the on call rota and participate in small group and individual under and post-graduate student teaching on clinics.
We are seeking to employ a registered Veterinary Nurse to work as part of our Theatre Nursing Team.
This is an exciting opportunity to work in state of the art theatres, working alongside renowned specialists in Orthopaedics, Soft Tissue and Neurology. The Theatre Nursing Team are actively encouraged to utilise their skills with plentiful opportunity to assist the surgeons as a scrub nurse for a number of complex surgical procedures, including joint replacements and interventional radiography. This is the ideal working environment for those wishing to pursue advanced qualifications such as the American VTS in Surgery.
The ideal candidate will demonstrate a high standard of nursing care, a desire to learn and a capability to work under pressure. Previous experience in a referral environment is desirable but not essential. You will be involved with teaching and supervision of Veterinary and Veterinary Nursing Undergraduates on clinical rotations. Flexibility will be necessary as the post will require participation in the OOH rota.
For enquiries or to apply, please submit your application form to Becky Jones (Nursing Manager).
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