Do you want to work in one of Europe's largest animal hospitals?
Our Mission Statement:
We are a local independent team with an ethos focused on outstanding client and animal care. We provide a vibrant aspirational and inclusive working environment enabling staff to maximise their potential.
This is a unique place to work with the standards expected of a university within private practice. Our standards of clinical work and animal care are high and our staff put client care at the top of the agenda.
Many of our staff have worked within the Scarsdale Veterinary Group for a number of years, however, with our continual growth and development, on occasions vacancies do become available. Opportunities arise within all areas of our business, whether you are a Small Animal vet, a RCVS Nurse, or wish to be a member of our support staff, including our dedicated admin, reception and lab teams. Perhaps you wish to train in a specific area such as Small Animal Nursing – we can help here to, with our ongoing training programmes in line with the RCVS guidelines, why not take a look at the Royal College website at www.rcvs.org.uk for further information.
If you are a younger student considering a career as a veterinary surgeon we would suggest you start with the excellent Royal College of Veterinary surgeons on-line guide and then progress to the individual Veterinary College sites.
At Pride Veterinary Centre we are looking for enthusiastic, motivated, hard working individuals who will compliment the teams we have and who have a desire to work within a professional, friendly and caring environment. All our positions are advertised on our website which is updated on a regular basis. For any other information contact our Human Resources team on firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are considering a career within Farm or Equine Vets, then check out the Scarsdale Veterinary Group careers pages.
Think about your future career development and what you want from it, if its job satisfaction in a professional, friendly, caring environment with the opportunity to progress, drop us a line and see what we can do for you. We are very excited about our future – now lets get excited about yours!
Meet Alisha who went on holiday to Cornwall 2 weeks ago and was seen at the Scarsdale Vets Oakwood practice to have a tick removed, it was suspect she picked this up whilst she was on holiday.
4 years ago Darwin had her forelimb amputated due to bone cancer, she now comes to physiotherapy here at Pride Veterinary Centre to keep her 3 remaining legs nice and strong.