Current Vacancies

Early applications are encouraged for all vacancies. Langford Vets reserves the right to interview and appoint prior to the closing date, should we be able to appoint an appropriate candidate.

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  • We have exciting opportunity for two full-time Night Nurses to join our team on a fixed term contract.    The roles involve working alongside a dedicated team to provide nursing care to our patients in our ICU, Surgery/Neurology and Canine/ Feline Medicine Wards. These vacancies are to cover maternity leave and are expected to end in October 2021.

    As this is an OOH role, the ideal candidates must be able to work well under their own initiative as well as in a team.   Excellent time keeping skills and the ability to work well under pressure are also a must as the caseload is extremely variable.   No two nights are the same!    For the right candidate, this is an exciting opportunity to fully utilise and develop your nursing skills and gain extensive knowledge of specialist nursing in-patient care. 

    The rota comprises of 12 hour shifts on a 7 on/ 7off rolling week, including weekends and bank holidays.

    We offer a competitive salary, generous pension scheme, 5 weeks holiday per year plus Bank Holidays, employee discounts and inclusion on external discount schemes as an employee of Langford Vets.

    For further information and to apply, please send your completed application form to the HR Team (

    Closing date Friday 20 November 2020 – interviews to be conducted wc 23 November 2020 via Zoom.

  • Due to retirement of a member of the Microbiology team, Langford Vets Diagnostic Laboratories are looking for a Microbiology Laboratory Scientist to work as part of the Diagnostic Laboratories Clinical Pathology team.

    This is a key role to provide a Microbiological service to Langford Vets internal practices as well as external Veterinary practices alongside Veterinary Clinical Pathology staff to enable a comprehensive, accurate, efficient, and reliable diagnostic service for Langford Vets.

    The successful candidate will be a qualified Microbiologist, with practical experience in Veterinary or medical Microbiology.  You would be expected to work alongside Microbiology Laboratory Scientists, processing submitted samples and performing analyses including Bacteriology, Parasitology, Feline Virology and reporting results using LIMS.  You would be expected to perform monthly stock take and participate in the Saturday rota. 

    The ideal candidate will need to be educated to HNC/degree level in biological science or equivalent with practical experience in veterinary/medical Microbiology.   In addition, we are looking for someone with the ability to deal with technical queries, have excellent written & verbal communication skills, enthusiasm, and self-motivation. 

    We offer a competitive salary, generous pension scheme, 5 weeks holiday per year (pro-rata) plus Bank Holidays, Bupa Benefit, employee discounts and inclusion in external discount schemes as an employee of Langford Vets.

    Closing date: Friday 4 December 2020.

    For further information or to apply please send your completed application form to the HR Team,

  • Diagnostic Imaging Clinicians

    Langford Vets are looking for two radiologists to join our close-knit team, currently comprising three experienced ECVDI Diplomates, two ECVDI small animal track residents and three radiographers. The small animal hospital at Langford is one of the busiest in the UK, housing the largest team of European, American and RCVS specialists and specialists-in-training in the south west with all major specialties accounted for, as well as serving as the clinical teaching centre for the veterinary and veterinary nursing students of the University of Bristol. Imaging facilities include 1.5T Phillips MRI, 16-slice Siemens CT, two Siemens ultrasound machines, two computed radiography suites and two fluoroscopic units.

    The hospital is located at the rural Langford Campus, which is perched on the edge of the Mendip Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, but just 30 minutes from the innovative and colourful City of Bristol. It is also within easy travelling distance of the National Parks and beaches of Wales and the South West, and just 5 miles from Bristol International Airport.

    Candidates must hold an ECVDI or ACVR diploma or have completed an ECVDI or ACVR accredited residency. Beyond that the job can be tailored to the individual; full or part time would be considered with flexible working negotiable. There is wide scope to incorporate the interests of the individual, whether that be in clinical research, teaching, involvement in our developing interventional services or anything in between.

    The appointees would be eligible for a range of company benefits, in addition to a generous pension scheme and CPD package. For pre-boarded applicants, full support in exam preparation will be offered; as a centre we have an excellent success rate in preparing our residents for EVCDI board exams.

    Please submit your CV and application to

    Informal enquires should be directed to Alison Major, clinical lead for diagnostic imaging: