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Mixed Vet: Herefordshire/Shropshire

Marches Vets Ltd, Ryelands Road, Leominster, Herefordshire. HR6 8PN


Due to practice expansion we are looking for a vet to join our team at our independent, truly mixed practice located in North Herefordshire.  We are a busy, friendly workplace with a varied caseload and all vets are actively encouraged to pursue their chosen area of interest with clinical freedom.

We are ideally  looking for an experienced vet, however recent graduates or new graduates are encouraged to apply.  At all levels there is always plenty of support and encouragement provided. We took on new graduates in 2018 and 2019 and both are still at the practice and we have a low turnover of staff, so this is a rare opening.

The role would involve a 4 day week with equal participation in the OOH rota; currently at 1:8 1st and 1:8 2nd weekends and one night a week on call. All staff are fully supported on call with the addition of an on call nurse.

We have all the usual equipment that would expect from a practice with patient care at the forefront including in house IDEXX lab machines, portable ultrasound, digital X-ray, op theatre, and dental suite.

Our farm animal department is made up of a good mixture of beef, sheep, dairy and small holder work with no routine TB testing. We have an in-house FECPAK, lambing room/LA theatre, ultrasound scanners as well as bull and ram fertility testing kit.

Equine work is predominantly routine work with use of a portable x-ray machine and stocks if required.


  • Salary £30-60k commensurate with experience
  • 5 weeks holiday plus bank holidays
  • £1500 CPD allowance
  • RCVS, VDS, BVA and one other membership paid
  • Car allowance of £350 per month plus mileage

Herefordshire is a beautiful part of the country with some lovely village schools, pubs and market towns such as Ludlow and Ledbury. 


To apply please do so in writing including a covering letter and your CV to Sue Owens, Practice Manager. E mail



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