VACANCY- Full/Part Time Veterinary Surgeon

Dear Colleagues,


The SMART Veterinary clinic is a Specialist Referral Centre based in South Wales and we currently have a vacancy for a Veterinary Surgeon to join our team.
Our team is led by Specialist Vets and Veterinary Physiotherapists. We offer a range of services including:
Veterinary consultation and examination
Pain management
Physiotherapy and soft tissue therapy
Gait analysis/Gait4
Therapeutic exercises
Behavioural advice
Nutritional management
Diagnostic and therapeutic ultrasound
Laser therapy
Laboratory workup

The benefits of rehabilitation and pain management are wide ranging and conditions we see and treat may be congenital, pre or post operative, degenerative, sport focused, or related to pain and injury. We are also regularly referred complex neurological and musculoskeletal cases from other specialist centres.
Previous experience in novel pain management techniques and rehabilitation case management would be desirable but are not essential, as inhouse training will be provided. We can focus training on acupuncture, soft tissue techniques, exercise therapies, sports training programmes and any other areas of development that will help the successful applicant fulfil their role in the team, and their own individual goals.
Ou head Vet, Lowri Davies BVSc Dip ACVSMR MRCVS is a recognised RCVS Specialist in Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation, she regularly lectures around the world and in the UK on the subject, and helps to develop and deliver CPD training programmes. She will be available to help the Veterinary team in clinic mentor the successful applicant.
The clinic also holds a sponsorship licence for skilled works from outside of the UK, which can be applied to support any successful applicant applying from abroad. More information on this will be provided when needed.
We are a friendly, dynamic team with a shared goal of continuing to drive successful rehabilitation and physiotherapy forward within our profession and to continually highlight the difference appropriate rehabilitation treatments can have on patient outcomes. We are all also very passionate about CPD and education within Veterinary Medicine to support progress within this field.

If you are interested in applying for this position, all information can be found by visiting our website job page- www.smartvetwales.co.uk/jobs
Yours sincerely,

Sian Baker RVN/Practice Management Director


The SMART Veterinary Clinic Job Vacancy
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