The December party season is in full swing. It’s traditionally a time for letting your hair down and enjoying a few nights out with work colleagues, old friends and family. The … Read more about Don’t let social media scupper your career this Christmas
The recruitment industry has evolved enormously since the mid 1980s. The principle has stayed the same – recruiters find vacancies and candidates, and make their money by putting … Read more about The symbiotic relationship between candidate and recruiter
Candidates often take the view that interviews are all about the interviewer asking the questions and the candidate doing all the answering. Invariably the interviewer will ask … Read more about Interview questions every candidate should ask
Do you see yourself as the next James Herriot? Or is life in the city more your thing? Do you like the idea of waking up in a cottage and looking out across the rolling downs, or … Read more about Are you ‘Vet in the City’ or ‘All Creatures Great and Small?’
There has been much debate recently over whether domestic animals are being over vaccinated. We relate to this probably most clearly as a result of the MMR debacle. Some years … Read more about Are we over-vaccinating?
The life of a Locum appeals to many – the freedom to work anywhere, when you choose, experience a variety of environments and working practice; as well as the increased rate of … Read more about Locums – to be, or not to be self-employed
It’s that time of year – students are graduating and getting out in to the world of work. But what can graduates and school leavers do to secure the job they’re after? Get that … Read more about Tips and tricks for getting that job
Do you love animals and wonder whether you have what it takes to be a veterinary surgeon or nurse? Perhaps you’re a qualified veterinary professional from outside the UK and are … Read more about Volunteer for experience!
Change is afoot with the introduction of new Flexible Working rules provided under the Children and Families Bill. These changes come in to effect on the 30th June 2014, but what … Read more about Changes to flexible working regulations heralds a workplace revolution
Traditionally men have fulfilled the role of the Veterinary Surgeon, but recent years have seen a steadily growing proportion of women qualifying as surgeons. This trend has been … Read more about Women in practice
Historically, Veterinary Surgeons have been in short supply in the UK. As a result these roles have long been on the ‘shortage occupation’ list, allowing qualified professionals … Read more about Why visa restrictions are strangling vet practices
Pet Medic Recruitment is currently recruiting for Out Of Hours Veterinary Surgeons and Nurses to work in both Locum and Permanent capacities, across the UK. All practices are … Read more about Out of hours – emergency care provision