Veterinary surgeons
If you are interested in working at our practice, we would love to hear from you.
We are delighted to offer EMS and IVSA placements to students on a veterinary degree programme.
Please use the form opposite to send your CV and covering letter to us. If you are looking for a placement then add your desired placement time-frame in your letter. (We are generally able to provide accommodation)

Benefits for Veterinary Surgeon:
·Attractive salary
·Accommodation (bungalow or seaside flat)
·Company vehicle
·Relevant CPD and potential to do a certificate
·Orthopaedic/soft tissue surgery specialist in-house
·State of the art diagnostic equipment with in-house IDEXX lab, colour Doppler ultrasound, digital X-ray system, endoscopy, ECG
·20 minutes for all first appointments
·Friendly support team
·Nurse training practice

We currently have a job vacancy for a qualified veterinary nurse or experienced nurse. The position is part-time initially with the possibility of developing into a full-time position long-term.
We are also a nurse training practice and sometimes have placements available for student nurses. Please send your CV to us using the form opposite.

Who we are:
James Rutter founded this independent practice in 2007. Originally working by himself, the practice has gradually expanded to four nurses and four vets. For five years running, James Rutter has received nominations for the Petplan Best Vet competition. The practice, too, has received several nominations for best practice. We are a thriving, busy practice and pride ourselves in offering the best possible service to all our clients. To ensure up-to-date communication within the team, we run regular practice meetings where staff can discuss issues and provide input into how the practice is run. We place great emphasis on CPD which we consider essential to being a great and knowledgeable vet. In addition to promoting attendance of CPD sessions, courses, conferences, and webinars we also hold in-house CPD sessions. We encourage the pursuit of advanced certificates - James Rutter has recently completed his PGCert in Small Animal Surgery.

Where we are:
We are located in beautiful Anglesey near the seaside town of Trearddur Bay. With the coast and sea only a 5 minute drive away, kayaking, swimming, surfing, scuba diving, fishing and coasteering are popular activities. For those with land-based hobbies, cycling, hiking, horse riding and rock climbing are major attractions. And hiking the 125 miles of coastal path provides stunning views of the beautiful Anglesey coastline. The mountains of Snowdonia are a mere 45 minutes drive away and offer many outdoor activities – from rock climbing and hiking to fell running and even river rafting. Bangor has its own University and is only a 20-minute drive. In addition to a lovely countryside, Anglesey also offers good value housing. Excellent travel links exist to London, Liverpool, Manchester and Ireland.

What we want from our veterinary colleague:
·Confident in diagnostic and surgical abilities
·Desire to do the very best for each patient and stay on top of the latest research and treatment options
·Happy to take sole charge of a surgery, perform normal routine surgical procedures
·Good communicator who inspires confidence in clients
·Is able to build a client base with clients wanting to see him/her over and over again.
·Good team player
· Will join in our shared Saturday rota for our own clients.

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The Anglesey Pet Clinic will retain personal information for as long as necessary to fulfil the purposes we collected it for, including for the purposes of satisfying any legal, accounting, or reporting requirements. Personal information includes your covering letter and CV and may be kept for up to 7 years. The information is not shared with 3rd parties and is only used for the purpose of staff recruitment