The successful candidate will work with a team of specialists (including Diplomates of ACVS / ECVS / ACVIM / ECVIM / ECVDI), ECVS surgical residents, medical oncology and anaesthesia interns, clinical research assistants, nurses and auxiliaries.
This 12-month post will provide exposure and training in surgical oncology, medical oncology, soft tissue surgery, emergency medicine and surgery, interventional radiology/oncology, anaesthesia and diagnostic imaging. You will be required to assist with consultations, client communication, diagnostic procedures and surgical procedures/interventions alongside daily care of patients.
The successful candidates will split duties equally between routine surgeries, critical patient care, emergencies, interventional radiology, diagnostic imaging, anaesthesia and OOH night/weekend duties (time off in lieu).
To be eligible to apply, the successful candidates must be graduated veterinary surgeons and preferably have completed a one-year rotating internship or at least two years of general small animal practice. In addition, you will be care driven, have excellent communication skills, be exceptionally organised, thorough and be able to operate in a 24/7 team environment.