Veterinary Surgeon

Kingston Veterinary Group, Park Street
Permanent, Full time
Competitive Salary

Posted on 04/08/2020

The Role

Kingston Vet Group is one of the fastest growing practices in East Yorkshire with a very busy but varied caseload. The group have five well-equipped branch surgeries which are supported by a fantastic Tier 3 Hospital, with complete diagnostic suite including CT and MRI.

We are looking to welcome an experienced Veterinary Surgeon looking for a varied caseload and a role that offers no two days the same!

The rota:

  • Full & part time applications
  • 4 Days per week
  • 15 Minute consultations
  • No OOH’s
  • Saturdays on a rota basis

We hold regular veterinary surgeon team meetings via google meet. All veterinary surgeons have free unlimited access to Vet CT telemedicine, a service allowing access to clinical advice from a specialist team.


About Us

Kingston Vets have invested heavily in staff training and their facilities to ensure they are offering the highest standards of care.

The Park street hospital has been recently extended to create additional theatre space, enabling advanced techniques to be offered, such as key hole surgeries and fracture repairs.

The group have a fantastic and hardworking team of 19 committed veterinary surgeons, 22 dedicated RVN's and a friendly, enthusiastic, support team.

Our branch surgeries are all sited strategically from the Park Street Hospital where we can provide a high level of hospitalisation facilities. Each branch has an experienced branch head nurse and motivated team of veterinary surgeons, nurses and receptionists.

We aim to offer consistency and high standards of client care to ensure that we can offer a high-quality service. Staff welfare and job satisfaction is prioritised at Kingston Vet Group.

Kingston is a fantastic place to work, where no two days are the same! As the group grows there is the opportunity to grow with it and the group are specifically keen to hear from veterinary surgeons with an interest in dermatology, ophthalmology and dentistry.


Applicant Requirements

We are looking for veterinary surgeons who are committed to providing a high-quality service to the pets of Hull and East Yorkshire.

Experience in small animal work is essential. Great client communication skills and a commitment to continuous development are necessary requirements.


• Salary of up to £55,000

  • 6 weeks paid holiday not including bank holidays
    • 5 days paid CPD leave
    • £1250 CPD Allowance per annum
    • Private Medical Insurance
    • VDS Membership paid
    • BVA Membership paid
    • Service based holiday entitlement increases
    • VDS cover
    • Enhanced maternity, adoption, shared parental leave and surrogacy pay
    • Enhanced paternity pay
    • Birthday leave
    • Discounted veterinary fees
    • My Benefits - various discounts including retail & gym memberships
    • Cycle to Work scheme
    • Pension
    • CPD/training support
    • Paid bereavement leave
    • Company sick pay
    • Employee opinion survey
    • Free uniform in a number of roles
    • Annual pay reviews
    • Social events
    • Sponsorship for overseas employees
    • Academy & Leadership courses
    • Focus on employee wellbeing
    • Relocation packages
    • Career progression opportunities
    • Free flu jabs

    As a BAME and LGBT+ inclusive employer, we are keen to hear from candidates from all minority and diverse groups. As a Disability Confident Employer we are keen to hear from candidates with disabilities and long term health conditions, and would be happy to discuss any reasonable adjustments needed during the recruitment process.

    If this position is of interest to you then please get in touch.
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Any questions before applying?

Speak to Amy Cranfield from our recruitment team who would be happy to help you with any questions you have before applying for this role.

Amy Cranfield

Veterinary Recruitment Consultant


Kingston Veterinary Group, Park Street

1-2 Park Street, Anlaby Road, Hull, HU3 2JF, East Yorkshire, United Kingdom

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Animals treated

  • Small animal