What vet jobs are available in this pandemic and where?

Are there any vet jobs left? As we move further into the global coronavirus lockdown – many of us are facing both health and economic concerns. And many people globally have been furloughed or made redundant. And for some amongst us, we were actually in the middle of changing jobs when these lockdown conditions occurred and now have been left … Read More

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update A Personal Message: From Ed Taylor BVMS MRCVS Coronavirus will affect us all. Whether it affects our own personal health, the health of someone we know or our financial situations, we will all be touched in some way by this disease. This disease has even affected us at The Vet Service not only with members of our … Read More

Working As A Locum Vet – What’s Changing?

IR35 is the new talk of the town in the veterinary industry. The new tax laws are coming into force soon – make sure you know how they affect you as a locum working in the veterinary industry. In our previous blog we looked at what the IR35 tax changes are, and who these changes apply to (find out more … Read More

IR35 & Locum Vets

Changes in UK Tax Legislation – How Will it Affect Vets? Some important new changes in tax legislation are coming into force this April. It is important for vets to be aware of these changes, as they will have a direct impact on the work you do, particularly as a locum. Read on to find out more – we’ve done … Read More

Whats On Offer? Locum Shifts, Perm Jobs & E-Learning

Whats On Offer? Locum Shifts, Perm Jobs & E-Learning So here we are at the end of 2019 – and what a year it has been in the veterinary industry. I’m sure everyone will safely say they had their own personal ups and downs, some facing more challenges than others, but we do really believe that the collective spirit and … Read More

London Vet Show & Webinar Launch

It is that time of year again when the international veterinary world descends on one of the biggest events in the industry – The London Vet Show. Win a FREE Trip to your next job anywhere in the world: Held in the Xcel Arena the event mixes everything from CPD, pharmaceutical companies and the latest technology in the industry. You … Read More

Case Study: Working as a Vet in New Zealand

Vet Jobs in New Zealand and Worldwide, Locum & Permanent Vet Jobs, Vet jobs New Zealand for Vets and Vet Nurses

Vet Jobs in New Zealand Taking a vet job in New Zealand, or indeed anywhere abroad is a once in a lifetime experience, and for Ally, it was no different.  Ally has a busy lifestyle, being a vet, however, by using the digital service here at the vet service and connecting with Jen, one of our recruitment consultants the algorithms … Read More

What We Do – Locum & Permanent Vet Roles

The Vet Service Locum Permanent Vet Roles

We at The Vet Service pride ourselves in digitally connecting locum & permanent vets to practices throughout the UK, Ireland, New Zealand, Canada, Australia, Hong Kong & beyond. Our committed team offers amazing support to our vets and vet practices, worldwide. If you are a vet looking for a new role, a vet practice looking to expand your team or … Read More

The Vet Service at The BSAVA Congress 2019

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This year we are delighted to announce that The Vet Service will be attending the BSAVA Congress. Our team is delighted to be invited to this event, allowing ourselves to get involved with the vets, nurses and students while helping them to develop and enhance new skills learned at the programme. Our team will be on hand to discuss veterinary … Read More

BVA Update at Young Vet Network 2019

British Veterinary Association

At the YVN Day, we leaped on the opportunity to meet with the talented Simon Doherty. Simon is the President of the British Veterinary Association who explained a little about the company and their goals for the upcoming year. Simon explained that the British Veterinary Association is the national representative body for the veterinary profession in the UK. BVA guide … Read More