Newmarket Equine Hospital requires an experienced racehorse vet to join our expanding team. Knowledge of the Thoroughbred industry is important, as are good clinical skills and experience, a strong work ethic, and the ability to talk to and get on well with colleagues and clients.
Our existing team of racing and sales vets has a wealth of experience, and is a dynamic and supportive group of motivated individuals.
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We are currently seeking grooms and yard staff to join our team. Duties will include general care and welfare of patients as well as assisting with diagnostic and veterinary investigations. We provide the highest possible standard of care and the successful applicants will have a sound knowledge of equine welfare and husbandry, a good understanding of equine behaviour and be experienced in handling a variety of horses, including Thoroughbreds. An eye for detail and a positive and flexible approach to work are essential qualities; as are self-motivation, a cheerful disposition and the ability to work as part of a team. The successful applicants will be required to participate in the weekend and on-call duty rota. Please apply in writing or email to Gaynor Minshall MRCVS, Newmarket Equine Hospital, Cambridge Road, Suffolk. E: email@example.com
The hospital employs six interns. Positions arise approximately every six months and we are therefore always recruiting.
The internship is a two-year rotating programme suitable for new and recently qualified graduates. Veterinary surgeons are ascribed to a specialist service to work with the clinicians, and rotate between services (surgery, medicine, sports medicine, anaesthesia). Supervision is provided by clinicians including 5 ECVS, 1 ACVSM&R Diplomate, 1 ECEIM Diplomates and 3 ECVA Diplomates.
The internship provides training and experience for most equine post-graduate specialist qualifications and has an excellent track record of successfully preparing candidates for residency positions. The training also provides invaluable experience for future work in equine practice. All veterinary surgeons are given the opportunity to undertake a project suitable for publication.
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