Pride Veterinary Centre BH2069 - Small Animal Internal Medicine Resident - Application deadline: Friday 15th January 2021

The Role

Our multidisciplinary referral hospital is currently taking applications for an ECVIM-CA residency position in small animal internal medicine.  The successful candidate will join our established and dynamic team of 4 ECVIM-CA & ACVIM internal medicine Diplomates, 1 ECVIM-CA residency trained clinician, 3 ECVIM-CA residents, 2 discipline specific interns, dedicated nurses and a workflow coordinator, in a purpose built, state of the art referral hospital in Derby. 

 We are looking for a highly motivated, self-driven, fast-learning and inquisitive clinician with a passion for clinical work, clinical research and teaching.

Our residency program offers the benefits of a busy referral hospital with a varied case load, while also providing ample off-clinics time for externships, research, study-leave and holiday. Participation in an ‘out of hours’ rota is also expected.

About Us

Pride Veterinary Centre strives to deliver world class patient care. The facilities include 13 consultation rooms, 8 hospital wards (including dedicated intensive care unit and isolation unit), 5 theatres, an endoscopy suite, and an extensive advanced imaging suite (comprising digital radiography, ultrasonography, fluoroscopy, CT and MRI) with interventional radiology capability. A radioactive iodine treatment unit, dedicated chemotherapy treatment room and a rehabilitation unit (with hydrotherapy pool and treadmills) are also available.

Pride Veterinary Centre delivers multi-disciplinary, specialist-led care, facilitating close inter-departmental collaboration to provide the best possible outcome for all patients.  Our internal medicine team enjoys a close relationship with our other Diplomate-led services including oncology, cardiology, neurology, surgery, ophthalmology, diagnostic imaging and anaesthesia.

Our hospital works in conjunction with the University of Nottingham School of Veterinary medicine, offering opportunities for collaborative work and teaching of the final year student during their clinical rotations. We also work alongside a Vets@Night service, and benefit from a dedicated leadership structure and extensive on-site support teams including Finance, Customer Care and HR.

Pride Veterinary Centre is set in the heart of the prize-winning Pride Park development which boasts a plethora of modern sporting arenas and commercial enterprises. Further afield, the foothills of the Derbyshire Dales offer idyllic surroundings, whilst having the urban benefits of both Derby and Nottingham cities on the doorstep and an international airport very close by.

Applicant Requirements

We are looking for a highly motivated, self-driven fast-learning and inquisitive clinician with a passion for clinical work, clinical research and teaching, who has completed a medicine or rotating internship recently. It's important that you have a professional confidence, are eager to learn new skills and are hardworking.

Interviews will be conducted in late January, early February 2021, with the successful candidate being expected to take up the position in Spring 2021. Two letters of recommendations are requested as part of the application.

Application deadline: Friday 15th January 2021.

Required skills and experience:

•             Completion of small animal rotating internship

•             Professional confidence

•             Eager to learn new skills

•             Hardworking

would be good to have:

•             Good sense of humour

•             Passion and enthusiasm

Professional Perks and Benefits

•             CPD actively encouraged

•             Continual learning

•             Great team

•             Variety of cases

•             Practice focus on health and well being

Personal Perks

•             Holiday allowance of 28 days (including bank holidays)

•             Birthday off work

•             Death in Service cover

•             Discount Staff Pet Scheme

•             Practice focus on health & wellbeing

As a Disability Confident Employer we are keen to hear from candidates with disabilities and long term health conditions, and would be happy to discuss any reasonable adjustments needed during the recruitment process.

To apply, please email your CV to Rebecca at Rebecca.coleman@ivcevidensia.com or call 07970049413 for more information.

Emily Card

Recruitment Support

07719423369

emily.card@ivcevidensia.com

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