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In partnership with The University of Nottingham, we invite applications to join the rotating internship programme at our rapidly expanding, multi-disciplinary referral practice. Successful applicants will start on 3rd February 2020 and will receive advanced training and tuition over a 12-month period in anaesthesia, clinical pathology, dermatology, diagnostic imaging, internal medicine, neurology/neurosurgery, oncology, ophthalmology, orthopaedics and soft tissue surgery, each supervised by recognised Specialists in each field.
Successful applicants will be based at Dick White Referrals, but will be offered the opportunity to enrol as post graduate students at the University of Nottingham, enabling them to complete the School of Veterinary Medicine and Science’s post-graduate certificate programme. The programme is largely based on clinical training, but also includes a research project. Being part of the wider university provides access to a range of generic post graduate training and excellent library facilities, including on-line journal access. Tuition fees and a stipend are awarded as part of the studentship and off-site accommodation is provided.
Applicants must hold a veterinary degree, be registered as members of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and eligible for UK or EU higher education tuition fees. If your first language is not English, we will require evidence of your competence in English at the time of application in the form of an IELTS score of at least 7.5 (with no less than 7.0 in any element).
Deadline for applications: 19thOctober 2019 (likely interview dates week beginning 11th November 2019)
To apply, please email your CV, covering letter, names of 2 referees and, where appropriate, evidence of English language requirements, to email@example.com Informal enquires welcome.
We are currently seeking an Intern to join our Anaesthesia Team. If you are a veterinary surgeon with a strong interest in anaesthesia and analgesia, who would like to eventually enroll in a Residency Programme, we can offer the ideal environment to refine your skills and acquire new ones with an attractive benefit package.
Dick White Referrals is a large, rapidly expanding, small animal referral clinic, with state of the art facilities, including modern anaesthesia workstations with comprehensive haemodynamic and ventilatory monitoring, a dedicated ultrasound machine to perform peripheral nerve blocks, non-invasive cardiac output monitoring and a intensive care unit. We are conveniently located between Newmarket, the home of horseracing, and Cambridge, with its world-renowned university, with direct access to London and Stansted Airport. The strategic location will satisfy people loving countryside/small villages and large towns/cities.
Caseload includes soft tissue surgery, minimally invasive and interventional procedures, orthopaedic surgery, neurosurgery (spine and brain surgery), ophthalmic surgery and anaesthesia for advanced diagnostic procedures (MRI and CT, both on site). We also provide in-hours anaesthesia service to Newmarket Equine Hospital, one of the largest equine hospitals in Europe, a partnership that allows us to run a standard Residency Programme, although Interns do not rotate to the equine hospital.
The current Anaesthesia Team consists of 7 senior anaesthetists (6 of which are Dipl.ECVAA or ACVAA), 5 Residents, 3 Interns and 3 anaesthesia technicians/nurses. The successful candidate will join a team of 30 Specialists in various disciplines, working together to offer the best possible quality of care to small animals. The Anaesthesia Team holds weekly journal clubs and case discussion/book reading. The suitable candidate will be involved only with small animal anaesthesia, and spend two thirds of his/her time providing anaesthesia for imaging procedures, where knowledge will be consolidated, and the remaining third of the time in theatre, where new skills will be acquired under the close supervision of a Senior Resident or a Diplomate. Interns are encouraged to undertake a research project, under the guidance of a senior clinician. Anaesthesia Interns participate in a 1:4 out of hours on-call rota, always directly supervised by a senior member of the team.
Candidates must be MRCVS, or eligible to register with the RCVS, and have the right to work in UK (UK or EU citizenship, or with valid UK working VISA for the duration of the internship). If not of English mother language, candidates must have good knowledge of spoken and written English, preferably certified by examination.
To apply, please send your curriculum vitae, a letter of intent and the contact details of 2 referees to Dr Chiara De Gennaro (. The deadline for applications is 15thSeptember 2019, with interviews following shortly after the closing date.
We are offering an outstanding opportunity for a highly motivated colleague to join our Small Animal Surgery Team at DWR to focus on orthopaedic surgery.
DWR is a busy, purpose built specialist, referral only, small animal veterinary clinic based in Six Mile Bottom, Suffolk, UK, located only 10 miles from the vibrant and historic university city of Cambridge, with excellent road and rail connections to London, the Midlands and the stunning East Anglian coast. Stansted airport is also only 30 minutes away by car.
The hospital is fully equipped with the surgical, diagnostic and hospitalisation facilities commensurate with a flagship specialist veterinary centre and also has an on-site reference laboratory with both in-house clinical pathology and diagnostic histopathology. As part of our ongoing drive for excellence, we are building a 30,000 sq.ft. extension that will double the size of our current facilities and create a truly world class hospital.
Aside from the excellent, positive and collaborative working environment that places great value on team-work, DWR offers a competitive remuneration package including a generous salary, pension provision, private health insurance, income protection and life assurance schemes and family focused leave provision alongside annual study leave and CPD allowances.
DWR was founded in 2003 by Professor Dick White and has grown rapidly to become one of the largest Specialist veterinary referral centres in Europe, currently employing 42 specialist veterinary clinicians, 30 residents and 17 interns who, along with our 250-strong support staff, provide 24/7 referral-only services for patients across England in soft tissue surgery, orthopaedic surgery, ophthalmology, diagnostic imaging, neurology, anaesthesia and analgesia, internal medicine, oncology, dermatology, cardiology, physiotherapy, clinical pathology and histopathology.
As we are also an Educational Partner of the University of Nottingham, the successful candidate will be awarded Honorary Associate Professor status with this institution. Clinical research activity and participation is, therefore, positively encouraged and colleagues currently collaborate with scientific, medical and veterinary institutions across the UK and further afield in many ongoing studies.
Due to an increasing caseload the orthopaedic surgery department is expanding and we now seek to recruit an additional Orthopaedic Surgeon to our team. As well as a proactive, friendly working environment and world class clinical standards this position offers excellent career prospects, with the position of Head of Service open to interested candidates. We currently have two full time Specialist Orthopaedic Surgeons, who are supported by four ECVS Residents, a dedicated Surgical Intern and team of qualified Theatre Nurses, as well as a team of four Soft Tissue Surgery Specialists.
Successful applicants will be Board-Certified in Small Animal Surgery or Small Animal Orthopaedic Surgery by the American, European, Australian or Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and be eligible for RCVS Specialist status. Applications from experienced residency trained candidates, eligible to sit the qualifying specialist examinations for these colleges, will also be welcomed.
For more information, or to apply, please contact Dr Rob Foale, Clinical Director and Partner, in complete confidence:
T: +44 (0)1638 572012/590271
We are always happy to discuss flexible, locum and part time working options, and are an Equal Opportunities Employer.
We are offering an outstanding opportunity for a highly motivated colleague to join our Ophthalmology Service at DWR.
DWR is a busy, purpose-built Specialist referral-only small animal veterinary clinic based in Six Mile Bottom, Suffolk, UK, located only 10 miles from the vibrant and historic university city of Cambridge, with excellent connections to London, the Midlands and the stunning East Anglian coast. Stansted Airport is also only 30 minutes away by car. The clinic is fully equipped with the surgical, diagnostic and hospitalisation facilities commensurate with a flagship specialist veterinary centre and has an on-site reference laboratory with both clinical and diagnostic histopathology. As part of our ongoing drive for excellence, we are currently building a 30,000 sq ft extension that will double the size of our facilities and create a truly world-class facility. Aside from the excellent, positive and collaborative working environment that places great value on team-work, DWR offers a competitive remuneration package including a generous salary, pension provision, achievable bonus scheme, private health insurance, income protection and life assurance schemes and family-focused leave provision alongside annual study leave and CPD allowances. Flexible working requests will also be considered.
DWR was founded in 2003 by Professor Dick White and has grown rapidly to become the largest private veterinary referral centre in the UK, currently employing 42 Specialists, 7 Clinical Fellows, 20 Residents and 16 interns who, along with our 200-strong support staff, provide 24/7 referral-only services for patients across England in anaesthesia and analgesia cardiology, dermatology, diagnostic imaging, diagnostic pathology, emergency and critical care, internal medicine, neurology and neurosurgery oncology, ophthalmology, orthopaedics, physiotherapy and soft tissue surgery. As we are also an Educational Partner of the University of Nottingham, the successful candidate will be awarded Honorary Associate Professor status with this institution. Clinical research activity and participation is therefore encouraged and colleagues collaborate with scientific, medical and veterinary institutions across the UK and further afield in many ongoing studies.
Due to an increasing caseload, the Ophthalmology Department is expanding and we now seek to recruit an additional Ophthalmologist to our team. We currently have 2 full-time European College Boarded Ophthalmologists, supported by one post residency Clinical Fellow, 3 ECVO Residents, a dedicated Ophthalmology Intern and 3 Ophthalmology Nurses.
Applicants will be Board-Certified by the European or American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists. Experienced residency-trained candidates eligible to sit the qualifying Specialist examinations for these colleges will also be considered for the role of Clinical Fellow, with promotion to the role of Specialist expected upon successful completion of the examinations. Candidates should hold a UK valid current driving licence and be a member, or eligible to become a member, of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons.
For an informal discussion about the position or to make a formal application, please contact the Head of Ophthalmology, James Oliver: firstname.lastname@example.org. Tel: +44 (0)1638 572012.