locum vet jobs

3 ways to make a great first impression as a locum vet

Regardless of how long you’re going to be filling a position, it is vital to start with your best foot forward and build rapport with your temporary team. In this blog, we discuss 3 ways in which you can make a dazzling first impression as a locum vet.   Talk to your colleagues!   Make […]

What jobs do we recruit for?

Here at Choice Vets, we have a range of both locum and permanent veterinary positions available and we will do our best to place you in a role that suits your needs perfectly and has your career goals in mind. Veterinary nurse Working as a veterinary nurse is highly rewarding and rarely repetitive – you’ll […]

Support system rolled out to encourage non-practising vets to return to work

A new support program is being rolled out to aid veterinary professionals and practices in resuming clinical work post career breaks.    This initiative was announced at the SPVS Congress in Birmingham, with the British Veterinary Association (BVA) poised to unveil comprehensive information in the upcoming weeks.   During the presentation, attendees learned that approximately […]

Is being a locum vet for you?

Are you a veterinary professional seeking a role that allows for flexibility, improved work-life balance and opportunities for travel? A locum role might just be the perfect next step for you. Carry on reading to find out what it’s all about…   What is a locum vet?    A locum vet temporarily takes over the […]

Career advice for newly qualified vets

In your final year of veterinary school? Perhaps you’re starting to consider what your first role is going to look like. It’s an exciting time, but it’s important to keep these things in mind before you dive into the veterinary world. Here are five tips for our soon-to-be qualified vets who are thinking about their […]

Could this drug help dogs live longer?

The drug rapamycin could help dogs live longer, studies suggest.  Researchers at the Dog Aging Project are testing the effects of rapamycin – a pill originally manufactured to treat humans following organ transplants – on dogs to see if it has the potential to increase their life expectancy. The drug works by suppressing the immune […]