Apply Now: Graduate Veterinary Surgeon Needed in UK (Visa Sponsorship Available)

Graduate Veterinary Surgeon Needed in UK. Are you a veterinarian who is about to graduate and looking to join a practice with a true family atmosphere that values your growth and work/life balance? At Glasgow Forge Vets4Pets, we have a fantastic opportunity for you.


A fresh graduate veterinary surgeon is needed to add to our amiable, seasoned, and social team. Our team, which consists of 2 full-time and 2 part-time veterinarians, 5 RVNs, 1 SVN, 1 Practice Manager, and a skilled front desk staff, is directed by JVP and Veterinary Surgeon, Struan.

You will be enrolled in the vets4pets graduate scheme when you accept this position, which will give you organized training during your first few years of practice and the chance to network with other graduate program participants across the vets4pets network. To learn more, go to:

We will assist you in implementing this information in practice by exposing you to a variety of case studies and offering the help of our skilled team. We also want you to share your information with us so that we can work as a team to improve our understanding and deliver the finest treatment possible.

Our highly regarded nurses, of which two are clinical coaches because we are a nurse training practice, work with our veterinary staff. Since they like the close-knit, family-like atmosphere of the clinic, the majority of our nurses and receptionists have worked there for a number of years. Nevertheless, they are always friendly to new team members and make them feel at home. Our nurses conduct their own consults most days of the week and undertake Schedule 3 procedures, enabling the vets to focus on their own consults and surgeries.

In this position, we can accommodate full-time and part-time schedules and give flexibility around your shifts. Whether you want to work 4 longer days, 5 shorter days, or need to end early on some days, for example, to take care of childcare, we can adjust your rota to suit your needs. Our Sunday closing means that the 1 in 4 weekend rota only covers Saturdays (9am–5pm), after which you will work fewer hours during the week to make up for that lost time. Any additional hours worked may be compensated or taken as vacation time. We set up our schedule such that each of our veterinarians has frequent pauses to catch up on notes, report findings, and other administrative tasks, so we typically end on time.


We offer an excellent benefits package, including but not limited to:

  • A starting salary of £34k (pro rata) rising each year on the Graduate Program
  • 2-year programme, no financial/contractual tie-ins
  • Visa sponsorship for international candidates.
  • 5.6 weeks holiday per year, increasing to 6.6 weeks after 2 years service.
  • An extra day off on your birthday
  • Dedicated VetGDP advisor
  • Phased approach to sole charge duties
  • A 1 hour paid lunch break where all the clinical team break at the same time
  • Contributory Pension scheme
  • Access to wellbeing support and free membership of wellbring app
  • Access to grants for further development – incentive awarding grants of up to £1000 to support with on-going development beyond the Graduate Development Programme
  • Paid memberships (RCVS and VDS)
  • Generous CPD budget
  • Exclusive company discounts and rewards with up to 30% off at Pets at Home, PetPlan insurance discount,
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • And more…


To apply for the Olam Agri Graduate Trainee Programme visit and navigate to the dedicated application page. Follow the instructions, submit the required documents, and provide detailed information about your qualifications, experiences, and aspirations.

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