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Would you like to join a friendly, well-bonded team in a rural practice within the heart of the community in Gloucestershire?

Please see below our available positions at Armstrong Vets.

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Small Animal Veterinary Surgeon

Would you like to join a friendly, well-bonded team in a rural practice within the heart of the community in Gloucestershire? Are you passionate about people and their pets, making sure you strive for clinical excellence?

If you answered ‘yes’ to the above, then we have the role for you!

Who are we?

Armstrong Vets are based rurally, just a short drive from Gloucester. Berkeley is a beautiful small town on the edge of the Cotswolds with great transport links, just off the J13/14 M5, making it easily commutable from Gloucester, Bristol, and Cheltenham.

We are at the start of a very exciting project here at Armstrong Vets; we have secured a beautiful premises on the Berkeley castle estate where we will be creating a purpose built practice with all the mod-cons and more! We would love someone to join us, bringing passion and enthusiasm to give their input on this fantastic project.

What do our team say?

“We have a genuine family atmosphere; we laugh and cry together.”

“The difference is we really care about our patients, our clients, and each other.”

“Very supportive place to work.”

“Tea and biscuits are good.”

What will the role look like?

You will see a wide range of patients with a varied and interesting workload. Our clients are loyal and engaged with the practice – community is really at the heart of what we do, and this is recognised by our clientele.

We are open to both full-time and part-time applicants, with flexible working and job shares considered. A full-time working week consists of Monday to Friday with shared Saturday mornings on rota. No OOHs required, creating a really great work-life balance.

If you think you like the sound of us, what can we do for you?

  • Salary from £40,000-£60,000 depending on experience
  • 6.6 weeks holiday (including Bank Holidays)
  • Flexible working opportunities
  • Opportunity to buy and sell holiday
  • £1750 CPD allowance per annum – more if a certificate holder
  • Health Shield membership
  • Professional memberships paid
  • VDS cover
  • Enhanced maternity, paternity, adoption, shared parental leave, and surrogacy pay
  • Discounted Veterinary fees
  • My Benefits – various gym memberships, including gym memberships and retail
  • Cycle to Work scheme
  • Company sick pay
  • Colleague engagement surveys
  • Annual pay reviews
  • Focus on employee wellbeing
  • Career progression opportunities
  • Relocation package can be considered.

To apply, or for some more information, please contact Christina Coughlan at christina.coughlan@vetpartners.co.uk 

Clinical Director

Are you ready for the next step in your career as an experienced Small Animal Vet? Are you passionate about people and their pets, with a wealth of experience in first-opinion practice? Do you think you could lead a friendly, well-bonded team in a rural practice at the heart of our community in Gloucestershire?

If you answered ‘yes’ to the above, then we have the role for you!

Due to the current practice lead taking a step back, we are looking for a Clinical Director to join Armstrong Vets at a very exciting and progressive time. The future is bright at Armstrong!

We are at the start of a very exciting project here at Armstrong Vets; we have secured a beautiful premises on the Berkeley castle estate where we will be creating a purpose built practice with all the mod-cons and more! We would love someone to join us, bringing passion and enthusiasm to give their input on this fantastic project.

Who are we?

Armstrong Vets are based rurally, just a short drive from Gloucester. Berkeley is a beautiful small town on the edge of the Cotswolds with great transport links, just off the J13/14 M5, making it easily commutable from Gloucester, Bristol, and Cheltenham.

We are now looking forward to welcoming someone new to our work family and lead our supportive team.

What do our team say?

“We have a genuine family atmosphere; we laugh and cry together.”

“The difference is we really care about our patients, our clients, and each other.”

“Very supportive place to work.”

“Tea and biscuits are good.”

What will the role look like?

This great opportunity would be ideal for an experienced Small Animal Vet to take the next step in their career, at a pivotal and exciting chapter in the story of the practice.

We see a wide range of patients with a varied and interesting workload. Our clients are loyal and engaged with the practice – community is really at the heart of what we do, and this is recognised by our clientele.

You’ll be working a 40-hour week Monday to Friday, with a shared Saturday morning rota, creating an enviable work/life balance. We would be open to part-time and job share applications for the right candidate.

If you think you like the sound of us, what can we do for you?

  • Salary up to £70,000 depending on experience
  • 6 weeks holiday (including Bank Holidays)
  • Flexible working considered for the right candidate
  • Opportunity to buy and sell holiday
  • £1750 CPD allowance per annum – more if a certificate holder
  • Health Shield membership
  • Professional memberships paid
  • VDS cover
  • Enhanced maternity, paternity, adoption, shared parental leave, and surrogacy pay
  • Discounted Veterinary fees
  • My Benefits – various gym memberships, including gym memberships and retail
  • Cycle to Work scheme
  • Company sick pay
  • Colleague engagement surveys
  • Annual pay reviews
  • Focus on employee wellbeing
  • Career progression opportunities
  • Relocation package can be considered

To apply, or for some more information, please contact Christina Coughlan at christina.coughlan@vetpartners.co.uk or follow the link below.