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Are you interested in joining a dynamic team of caring professionals?
We have the following job opportunties available at this time. If you don't see a vacancy that interests you please check back at another time as we are a fast growing practice.
Hambleton Equine are recruiting for our reception team. This opportunity could be full time or part time / job share with a total of 40 hours a week full time or a total of 50 hours a week as a job share. You will be joining our current dynamic and busy team who have excellent customer facing skills and work with our Practice Management system constantly. We are looking for caring team players with a history of customer facing roles, who can understand the equine community and work in our busy environment. You will need to be capable of working under pressure and be I.T. competent. Applications should include a covering letter and an up-to-date CV, and should be sent to email@example.com. The closing date for applications is Friday 13th December 2019, although we are looking to fill this post as soon as possible.
Type – Full time – 1 year starting immediately
HEC is offering a second internship with immediate effect, this is an exciting opportunity to join one other intern for the next year in beautiful North Yorkshire, in a state-of-the-art purpose built hospital building. HEC is fully equipped with a Hallmarq standing MRI unit and nuclear scintigraphy.
Typically, we see approximately 2000 horses through the doors in a year and we have a wide range of horses and a wide and varied caseload. On average, we will operate on approximately 250 cases per year, the hospital is overseen by an RCVS registered specialist in equine surgery and Diplomate of the ACVS and ECVS. There is one advanced practitioner in orthopaedic surgery and an advanced practitioner in internal medicine. In addition to this we run a specialist referral ophthalmology service and dental service so interns will get exposed to a wide range of advanced cases. The practice also has a very busy reproduction arm and we are situated next door to a stud farm so there will also be significant exposure to this aspect of equine veterinary practice.
We believe that the internship will provide the successful applicant with all the necessary skills to go on to general practice and also offer a sound platform to advance into a residency program. It is a friendly team so we are looking for candidates who enjoy their work and will be enthusiastic members of our staff - it will be hard work but very rewarding.
What you need to know: You will be part of a 1 in 2 on call rota. On site /off site accommodation will be provided with utility bills paid. You will have a paid CPD allowance.
About you: You should hold a degree in Veterinary Science, have experience in an equine practice and be able to demonstrate core clinical skills. You have good communication and interpersonal skills and are an excellent addition to the team. You should have a driving licence and will need to provide your own vehicle.
Application process: Please send your cv and a covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. The closing date for application is Friday 29th November 2019
See our internship details here : INTERNSHIP AT HEC
We are really happy that we have so many applications for posts at Hambleton Equine, but this does mean that we cannot reply to every applicant in person. If you do not hear from us within two weeks of the application closing date for the post you should assume you were not sucessful at this time. Applicants who are invited for interview will be contacted as soon as possible and no later than two weeks after the application closing date. We will normally conduct first and second round interviews. Second round interviews will usually involve hands-on time in the relevant position to assess skills.
If you send us your CV we will assume that you would like us to keep this on file for up to 12 months in case other suitable opportunities arise. You should let us know if you do not wish us to hold your CV.