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  • What Our Staff Say About Us .... - Pet Doctors
    why in their own words A Greater Challenge Supportive Environment Join Our Team What Our Staff Say About Us A Greater Challenge Supportive Environment Coming to Work in the UK from New Graduate Recruitment Programme Our Shared Values Thinking of a new career Veterinary Surgeons Veterinary Nurses National Diploma of Animal Care Like Pet Doctors on Facebook Daily Top Tips for Pet Care on Twitter About Us Pet Advice Find

    Original URL path: http://www.petdoctors.co.uk/join-our-team/what-our-staff-say-about-us/ (2016-02-08)
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  • A Greater Challenge - Pet Doctors
    in general I did not make the decision to leave my last job lightly but I needed a new challenge one where I could put all my previous years experience to good use and a job where my opinions would be respected valued and would make a difference I wanted a job that would thank me for my input on a personal level and also on a professional level with a good financial package Ideally I wanted to be my own boss but without the risks involved in the current economic climate and with support and ideas that would help me make the business a success A clinical director post at Pet Doctors ticked all the boxes without any of the risk I manage 10 Vets a hospital and 3 other clinics I work at what I love being a Vet and I get to make decisions that help improve the working conditions of my team so we can provide quality veterinary care to our clients I have the complete support of Pet Doctors and feel I make a positive contribution to the company and am appreciated for doing this Join Our Team What Our Staff Say About Us A

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  • Supportive Environment - Pet Doctors
    often mean that you would not attempt non routine surgery as you had no back up available I wanted to progress in my career surgically and work in a practice that had high standards of patient and client care where I could be free to work up my own cases to a high diagnostic level and take them through to surgery but feel that there was always someone available to offer support and advice which gives me the confidence to strive for greater goals and look forward to specializing in the future Here at Riverbank Veterinary Hospital Newport Isle of Wight I have found exactly that I am surrounded by senior vets who both support me and enjoy teaching me as much as I enjoy learning from them I feel I push myself harder both surgically and medically as I feel I can always rely on my colleagues to help support and guide me from scrubbing in on an operation to looking over blood results The Nurses are also very supportive As a newly qualified vet the one thing to strike fear into your soul is the thought of on call weekends and nights You can feel very overwhelmed and isolated but with an experienced nurse along side you all night to support you and help you with the practical tasks from catheter placement to xray exposures at two am this really is priceless I am really enjoying my time here at Pet Doctors I feel that my needs are always listened to and my requirements are always met I have moved far from my friends and family which in itself can be challenging but I have had a social buddy and a close network of colleagues that have welcomed me into their homes for meals and have been included

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  • Coming to Work in the UK from Abroad - Pet Doctors
    Lithuania Luxembourg The Netherlands Norway Portugal Spain Sweden Switzerland Accession Countries Estonia Hungary Latvia Poland Slovakia Slovenia Romania Bulgaria Foreign and Commonwealth qualifications recognised by RCVS Council which are also shown to meet the minimum EU training requirements for practice only within the United Kingdom which currently are Australia New Zealand South Africa USA and Canada Nationality is not a factor in determining eligibility to be registered except in relation to those with EU qualifications who must be nationals of an EU member state or community rights entitled persons Inelligible applicants Graduates of veterinary schools and colleges from a country that is not listed above and non EU nationals or those without a community rights entitlement with EU degrees are normally required to sit and pass the RCVS Statutory Examination for Membership In exceptional circumstances veterinary surgeons who are ineligible for registration in the UK may be granted Temporary Registration refer to RCVS website in order that they can carry out specific veterinary related activities in a restricted capacity Do you need a work permit If you are from outside the European Economic Area EEA and Switzerland we may be able to assist you with your Tier 2 application to enter stay and work in the UK under the new points based system introduced by the Home Office at the end of November 2010 Please refer to the Tier 2 General page on the UK Border Agency website You will need to show that you meet all the requirements of the immigration rules and in particular that you have enough points to qualify Points can be scored in different ways and will be awarded to reflect your ability experience age and the level of need within the veterinary sector that you will be working On accepting a position with us

    Original URL path: http://www.petdoctors.co.uk/join-our-team/coming-to-work-in-the-uk-from-abroad/ (2016-02-08)
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  • New Graduate Recruitment Programme - Pet Doctors
    you through the consultation process how to approach preventative healthcare how to structure work ups after initial clinical presentation and how to meet the needs of the client You will have the opportunity to develop your confidence with routine and common non routine surgical procedures whilst being supported by colleagues You will have access to and training in medical diagnostics A strong emphasis is placed on learning in addition to receiving a CPD budget you will also be able to attend internal CPD events where you can meet up with other new graduates that are part of the CVS New Graduate Programme These courses are run across the UK and cover such topics as dermatology common emergencies neurology ophthalmology radiographic interpretation dentistry communication in the consulting room plus many others The new graduates will also receive regular contact from mentors within the CVS veterinary team CVS offers employment to veterinary surgeons at all stages of their career development however for dedicated and enthusiastic new graduates wanting the best start in practice to build their skills base and confidence then CVS offer a great New Graduate Programme The pay and benefits package is excellent the working environment is stimulating and fun CVS expectations would be that after 12 months the new graduate would demonstrate competence in the following areas Clinical Skills We would expect the new Graduate Veterinary Surgeon could perform the following procedures in a sole charge capacity Bitch speys and dog castrates Rabbit speys and castrates Exploratory laporotomy Splenectomy Thyroidectomy Aural haematoma Tail amputation Leg amputation Enucleation Surgical dental extractions Radiographic positioning and interpretation Skin biopsies Drain placement wound management Treatment of a blocked cat Medical Procedures Treatment and stabilisation of diabetic ketoacidotic Treatment of fitting dog cat Treatment of acute bloat not GDV Treatment and stabilisation of hyperthyroid

    Original URL path: http://www.petdoctors.co.uk/join-our-team/new-graduate-recruitment-programme/ (2016-02-08)
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  • Our Shared Values - Pet Doctors
    priority is to provide our clients with the best possible care and treatment for their pets with compassion and respect for their quality of life Quality of Service We strive to ensure that a visit to any of our clinics will be a satisfying and pleasurable one for our clients Our aim is to give our clients an attentive and personal service to ensure they leave with a feeling and experience that they will want to share with and recommend to their families and friends We respect the trust that our clients place in us and are committed to providing our clients with quality care treating everyone as individuals and exceeding their expectations Value for Money By regularly comparing our prices with those of our competitors we ensure our professional services are attractively priced which ultimately provides our clients with peace of mind and great value for money Our Staff We are Investors in People accredited showing our commitment to our staff and how much they are valued Join Our Team What Our Staff Say About Us A Greater Challenge Supportive Environment Coming to Work in the UK from New Graduate Recruitment Programme Our Shared Values Thinking of a new

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  • Thinking of a new career? - Pet Doctors
    information on the National Diploma of Animal Care Join Our Team What Our Staff Say About Us A Greater Challenge Supportive Environment Coming to Work in the UK from New Graduate Recruitment Programme Our Shared Values Thinking of a new career Veterinary Surgeons Veterinary Nurses National Diploma of Animal Care Like Pet Doctors on Facebook Daily Top Tips for Pet Care on Twitter About Us Pet Advice Find A Vet

    Original URL path: http://www.petdoctors.co.uk/join-our-team/thinking-of-a-new-career/ (2016-02-08)
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  • Veterinary Surgeons - Pet Doctors
    universities offer training courses These are Bristol Cambridge Edinburgh Glasgow Liverpool and London The degree courses are 5 years in length 6 years at Cambridge The number of applicants for places is high and the quality of applications is also of a high standard Entry to university exceeds the number of places available so meeting the entry requirements does not necessarily guarantee a place Entry Requirements For comprehensive information on the requirements for a career as a veterinary surgeon the RCVS website explains in broad terms the commitment and pre entrance required and is regulary updated As a general guide AAB at A level AAABB at SCE level usually including Biology and Chemistry are required but full details can be found on the RCVS website Work Experience All university veterinary schools require applicants to show evidence of their interest by having gained work experience at a veterinary practice and worked with and handled animals including livestock Applications and Further Information All applications for places on veterinary degree courses need to be made through the Universities and College Admission Service UCAS www ucas ac uk Further career information can be obtained from the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons website www rcvs org uk in the visitors section of their website Skills and Knowledge Required by a Small Animal Veterinary Surgeon include Consultations client communication Diagnostic procedures and interpretation Routine and complex surgical procedures Dentistry Treatment of in patients with longer term illness Radiography x rays Familiarity with all species from cats and dogs to birds and reptiles Pharmacology Promotion of preventive health care eg vaccinations and nutrition Team work with veterinary nurses and receptionists Join Our Team What Our Staff Say About Us A Greater Challenge Supportive Environment Coming to Work in the UK from New Graduate Recruitment Programme Our Shared

    Original URL path: http://www.petdoctors.co.uk/join-our-team/thinking-of-a-new-career/veterinary-surgeons/ (2016-02-08)
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