At Milbourn Equine we put our clients first. Each and every person who works at Milbourn plays a vital role in ensuring the highest level of service to our clients. Milbourn Equine covers a large geographical area with a diverse client base ranging from child’s ponies to international competition horses as well as stud farms, racehorses and happy hackers, and we are committed to providing the best service to all of these clients.
Listed below are our current job opportunities, however other requirements do arise, both locum and permanent. Please do send your CV to email@example.com and we will keep it on file.
Experienced Equine Vet – Hawkhurst, Kent
An opportunity has arisen for an equine vet in a popular, well established 10 vet Equine practice in Kent.
The clientele is diverse and ranges from internationals eventers, jumpers, dressage, reining to happy hackers. The ability to relate to a wide range of clients is a key skill that the successful applicant will need.
CPD is encouraged with several current and former vets either holding or enrolled on certificates.
Good range of portable diagnostic equipment including DR, ultrasound, respiratory and gastroscopes, shockwave & motorised dentistry.
Seasonal variety of work with some AI/stud work. Visiting specialists provide back up for as needed.
Hawkhurst is in the Weald of Kent, close to London, South Coast and Gatwick/Channel Tunnel with grammar schools locally. Associated small animal clinic in same premises.
Package commensurate with experience. Working hours are 8.30am-6.30pm with OOH duties 1 night a week (unless you have worked the weekend) and a shared weekend rota of 1 in 5.
If you wish to have an informal chat and more details please contact David McDonald (Clinical Director) on 01233 500505 or apply with a copy of your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date 30th June
Equine Nursing Assistant – Sevington, Ashford Clinic
We require a colleague to join our friendly, progressive team of Vets, Nursing Assistants and Support Team at our Ashford Clinic in Sevington.
We are looking for an additional team member who has equine experience with handling horses (including sole handling for inpatient care and mucking out). Further training will be provided and encouraged.
Other duties will include:
- assisting our vets
- helping to maintain our high standards of cleanliness in the clinic and treatment areas
- maintenance of equipment
- reception and computer skills required
- clean driving licence
You must be over 18 to apply. The position will be for approximately 35 hours per week and there is a fully shared OOH rota
Applicants should be good at working in a team, enthusiastic, hard- working and compassionate, with a strong desire to provide the highest quality of care.
Please email your CV and covering letter to email@example.com
Closing date 30th June
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