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Ophthalmology Internship at Paragon Referrals (Wakefield, UK)

Ophthalmology Internship 

We are looking for an ophthalmology intern to join our well established and busy ophthalmology service.  Our specialist lead ophthalmology service currently has 3 clinicians including an ECVO and RCVS Diplomate.

We are looking for a clinician with some experience in ophthalmology, but training will be provided to develop skill set in diagnosis and management of ophthalmological conditions.

This 12-month role has the potential to lead to a residency after completion.

How to apply?

To apply for this position please send a covering letter and CV to james.rushton@paragonreferrals.co.uk, or for more information or to have an informal chat about the opportunities available contact James Rushton.

Why Paragon Referrals?

Paragon referrals is a multidisciplinary referral centre in West Yorkshire with great access to city and countryside. We pride ourselves on delivering high quality patient and client care.  We are part of Linnaeus Veterinary Group.

We have fantastic imaging facilities available, which include MRI, CT, echocardiography, as well as ultrasound and fluoroscopy. We have spacious wards and a dedicated ICU space. Clinical services offered include:

Anaesthesia, Neurology, Cardiology, Medical & Superficial Radiation Oncology, Dermatology, Ophthalmology, Orthopaedics, Internal Medicine, Soft Tissue Surgery and Reproduction.

Benefit package includes:

  • 5 weeks holiday plus bank holidays
  • Competitive salary
  • Staff discount scheme
  • CPD allowance with days off to attend
  • RCVS library access
  • Workplace pension scheme
  • Employee assistance programme

Requirements to apply:

·  MRCVS with a minimum of 18 months post graduate experience in practice

·  Excellent communication skills, C1 English CERF or equivalent

Desirable:

·  1 year working within the UK

·  Previous rotating internship

Closing dates

30th June 2021 with a view to starting at a mutually convenient date

Experienced ophthalmologist role at Rosemullion (Cornwall, UK)

Are you a Veterinary Ophthalmologist? Do you want to work in a brand new purpose built hospital?

Looking to join a specialist team that is expanding?

Then look no further!

Here at Rosemullion Vets we are a professional, forward looking first opinion and multidisciplinary referral practice situated in the beautiful South West of Cornwall.  We take ophthalmology referrals from throughout Cornwall and further afield.  One of our Ophthalmologists is planning to reduce his hours later this year so we are looking for someone to join the team to pick these hours and work alongside him and our other Ophthalmologists as we expand our service. We are excited to move in July into our purpose built 7 Cons Room / 3 Operating Theatre hospital in Falmouth with on site CT and visiting MRI. Our Hospital in Falmouth will be your main base, and you will also to do clinics and minor procedures in our branch in Helston.

The ophthalmology service is well equipped with a Zeiss Visu operating microscope for microsurgical and intraocular procedures, Vizual AOI Phacoemulsification and Retiport ERG and supported by a team of experienced nurses. Other referral disciplines include orthopaedic and soft tissue surgery, cardiorespiratory medicine and advanced clinical imaging. The service is well supported by our first opinion vets and nurses providing 7 day and overnight care for in-patients.

Ideally we are looking for an experienced Ophthalmologist of Advanced Practitioner standard or above to apply for this position, however if you are enrolled in a training programme you would be considered and support for further development will be given.

 Personal development and expansion of skills is encouraged and supported alongside an excellent remuneration package. As a flexible employer we are happy to look at both full and part time hours.

So why not make that career change and combine Ophthalmology working with Cornish living; surrounded by areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, a fascinating maritime heritage, world class water-sports in a university town with a modern creative buzz?

Please click “Apply now” to include your CV and covering letter or for an informal chat please call, text or whatsapp Amy from the recruitment team on 07557 822 942 or contact Susanhawkins@rosemullionvets.com

Link: https://www.careerswithcvs.co.uk/jobs/vacancy/7112/description

Experienced Veterinary Ophthalmologist at Elham Valley Referrals (Kent, UK)

Expanding and busy ophthalmology referral clinic seeks Veterinary Ophthalmologist.

Who are we looking for?

An experienced ophthalmologist is sought to join our expanding team of clinicians.   A Diploma level qualification is preferred but we would also welcome an RCVS Certificate holder or RCVS Advanced Practitioner with substantial clinical and surgical experience.  As a flexible employer, we are happy to look at full-time or part-time hours. You will of course be dedicated to providing the best possible service to our patients and their owners.  You should be able to carry out standard ophthalmic examination & diagnostic procedures and be able to manage a range of both medical and surgical cases independently. A commitment to teamwork, excellent written and verbal communication skills and a passion for ophthalmology are all essential.  This is an ideal opportunity for someone to lead and manage their own clinical caseload.

What makes us unique?

Now in our twelfth year of business, we are expanding to take on a veterinary ophthalmologist to join our team who will bring their own professionalism and enthusiasm to contribute to our continued success and growth.

We take ophthalmology referrals from throughout Kent and further afield.

We are a Diplomate-led, independent ophthalmology referral practice with a clear focus on providing exceptional clinical and client care.

We provide the opportunity for you to take full ownership of cases and really get to know our clients as well as offering you a very friendly working environment.

What can we offer?

  • The opportunity to work alongside an experienced Diplomate
  • Significant potential to build your case load
  • A very busy and expanding medical and surgical caseload
  • A full range of ophthalmic equipment including Zeiss Opmi Visu 200 operating microscope with Prescott’s zoom video link-up, White Star Signature phaco machine, Iridex diode laser, electroretinography, Keeler cryosurgery unit, Corneal Cross Linking, etc
  • Support from our specifically trained and highly experienced team of nurses
  • Strong support from our administrative team
  • Opportunities to build a teaching role in our CPD programme if wished
  • A beautiful rural clinic location, but just 10 minutes from Canterbury and HS1
  • Excellent local amenities, schools and leisure activities – we are one hour from London or two hours from Paris!
  • A competitive salary (to be negotiated), a generous CPD allowance

How to apply

Working patterns will be discussed with applicants as there is some degree of flexibility available.

Applicants are equally welcome from those seeking full-time or part-time employment.

Please contact Rebecca Elks for an informal chat on 01303 840499 or via rebecca@elhamvalley.com.

If you share our commitment to clinical excellence and high-quality client care, we would love to hear from you.  If you are interested in joining us, please forward your CV and covering letter to rebecca@elhamvalley.com explaining why you are interested in this role.

 

Junior Veterinary Ophthalmologist at Elham Valley Referrals (Kent, UK)

Expanding and busy ophthalmology referral clinic seeking a junior Veterinary Ophthalmologist.

Who are we looking for?

We are seeking a junior ophthalmologist with a solid grounding in general medicine and surgery with a keen interest in ophthalmology who wishes to obtain further training under the direction of an established Diplomate.  Over time, the trainee will be encouraged to work independently under supervision and with the full support of the team.  The trainee will work towards autonomous case management, with directed surgical training in advanced microsurgical, corneal and adnexal surgery as appropriate, alongside participation in the on-call rota with appropriate backup as required. High levels of communication skills, both written and verbal, are essential.

What makes us unique?

Now in our twelfth year of business, we are expanding to take on another member of the veterinary ophthalmology team who will bring their own professionalism and enthusiasm to contribute to our continued success and growth.

We are an independent dedicated ophthalmology referral practice, enabling us to focus on providing exceptional clinical and client care.

We take ophthalmology referrals from throughout Kent and further afield.

We offer the opportunity to take full ownership of cases and really get to know our clients while being fully supported by our experienced team of vets and nurses.  Most of our work is with small animals and we have a very busy and expanding medical and surgical caseload.

What can we offer?

  • The opportunity to work alongside a highly experienced Diplomate
  • A full range of ophthalmic equipment including Zeiss Opmi Visu 200 operating microscope with Prescott’s zoom video link-up, White Star Signature phaco machine, Iridex diode laser, electroretinography, Keeler cryosurgery unit, Corneal Cross Linking, etc
  • Support from our specifically trained and highly experienced nursing team
  • Strong support from our administrative team
  • A friendly working environment
  • A beautiful rural location, but just 10 minutes from Canterbury and HS1
  • Excellent local amenities, schools and leisure activities – we are one hour from London or two hours from Paris!
  • A competitive salary (to be negotiated), a generous CPD allowance

How to apply

Working patterns will be discussed with applicants as there is some degree of flexibility available. Applicants are equally welcome from those seeking full-time or part-time employment.

Please contact Rebecca Elks for an informal chat on 01303 840499 or via rebecca@elhamvalley.com.

If you share our commitment to clinical excellence and high-quality client care, we would love to hear from you.  If you are interested in joining us, please forward your CV and covering letter to rebecca@elhamvalley.com explaining why you are interested in this training role.

Combined Ophthalmology/First-Opinion Role at Clear Ridge Vets (Stamford, UK)

We are looking for someone with a real interest in ongoing learning, whether this is someone who already has an additional qualification, or a less experienced vet with a fresh enthusiasm to soak up ideas and treatments and protocols. We will respectively take new ideas forward and/or mentor at the required level; thereby keeping us all interested and keen, fuelled by the inter-clinician dialogue.

4 day working week with some weekend work.

This is a modern, very well-equipped small animal clinic; seeing first opinion cases, as well as ophthalmology referrals, and BVA eye testing (~500/year, heading for 600+ this year). A high level of soft tissue and orthopaedic surgery is also performed here too: So someone who also has that interest can be accommodated, but this is certainly not essential.

The practice is truly spacious and well provided. There is a modern Carl Zeiss operating microscope, and AMO/J+J Sovereign phaco machine. Also ERG, 3 slit lamp biomicroscopes, indirect ophthalmoscopes, brand new Dr Mach operating light, and electrosurgery. Plus Tonopen and Tonovet, Esaote ultrasound (8MHz-22MHz), multimode monitors, capnography, as well as Securos orthopaedic kit, amongst other significant surgical equipment.

The role of the incoming vet, is a combined first opinion, and Ophthalmology position. The aim is to build up the Ophthalmology side, and enable increasing involvement of the new person in Ophthalmology.

Pleasant accommodation, with new bathroom, available; as well as use of a modern vehicle.

Finally, there is a £4,000 welcoming bonus for the successful candidate.

Contact Rob to discuss the position:-

Rob Pontefract, BVMS, Cert V Ophthal, PG Cert SAS, MRCVS.
43 Empingham Road, Stamford. PE9 2RJ. veteye@yahoo.co.uk 07711 090999.

Ophthalmology Internship at Focus Referrals (Oxfordshire, UK)

Focus Referrals is a single specialist ophthalmology referral service based in Banbury, Oxfordshire.

We have recently moved to a purpose-built clinic where we offer personal, high quality referrals to our local veterinary surgeons. We are committed to the ongoing education and training of upcoming veterinary ophthalmologists and hope to gain approval for an ECVO residency.

Focus requires an experienced veterinary surgeon with a keen interest in ophthalmology (ideally a certificate holder or someone enrolled on their certificate) to work closely with the specialist to facilitate expansion of our services as a 12-month contract.

Excellent communication and client skills are essential with the additional ability to work well within a team. Experience in general practice preferred.

If you are interested in this position, please email a covering letter and your CV to Alice Rhodes at:

alice@focusreferrals.co.uk

Experienced Ophthalmologist to Lead Service at Batchelor, Davidson and Watson Vets (Edinburgh, UK)

Batchelor, Davidson and Watson Vets based in the vibrant city of Edinburgh, offer an ophthalmology referral service to central Scotland and beyond.
We are looking for an experienced ophthalmologist to lead our ophthalmology service working alongside a team of first opinion practitioners and a wider support team within our group.

This is an ideal opportunity for someone looking to lead and manage your own clinical caseload at an established referral clinic.

We are invested in continuously improving clinical standards and pride ourselves in giving the best possible care to our patients and clients alike.

We offer a generous salary package, four day week and enhanced CPD budget as well as other benefits.

For an informal chat please contact our Practice Director Lisa McColl on 07769160490 or email lisa.mccoll@bdwvets.co.uk

Ophthalmology Internship at The Ralph (Buckinghamshire, UK)

VETERINARY OPHTHALMOLOGY INTERNSHIP

The Ralph is an independent multidisciplinary referral centre in Marlow, Bucks, west of London. We have recently had our second birthday!

Our current Ophthalmology Intern is making plans for new pastures. We are looking to appoint an Ophthalmology Intern for 12 months to join our team, which comprises one ECVO Diplomate, one ECVO board-eligible ophthalmologist and two ECVO residents, and two ophthalmology nurses.

The Ralph is a workplace that focuses on culture, core values and mission. If you want to know more about this, we would love to hear from you.

To apply:

Please email jointeamralph@theralph.vet with your CV and a cover letter. This is also the email address for any queries.

The deadline for application is 11 April 2021.

Hear from our current intern:

“The ophthalmology team, led by Heidi Featherstone, is a very knowledgeable, highly skilled and a wonderful, caring group of people. The hospital is multidisciplinary, with great facilities and collaboration between services. The ethos that drives the entire team, makes The Ralph a special place to work towards achieving your goals. I am honoured to be even just a small part of it, striving to offer exemplary care to patients and their carers.” (Gabi, Ophthalmology Intern)

Full-time Ophthalmology Position (Leicester, UK)

Park Veterinary Group is a well-established successful practice in Leicester.

Our Ophthalmology department is looking for a 3rd full time ophthalmology colleague who will be responsible for their own caseload and helping us to grow our reputation and service.

We work together as a team to deliver the highest standard of care for our clients and their animals. We have great staff and many facets to our practice, including running our own in-house dedicated night team at our referral hospital.

We’re looking for an individual holding or studying towards Advanced Practitioner status with some experience in referral ophthalmology, and will provide a supportive environment to develop your skills. We have a team ethos and enjoy our work, but appreciate the balance of home life too. If you want to join a happy and successful team carrying out the eye work you enjoy,
it’s definitely worth talking to us.

Contact carole.martin@parkvetgroup.com with your particulars, or to arrange a more informal chat email Mark Russon at mark.russon@parkvetgroup.com

University of Munich seeking ECVO Diplomate

Scientific Assistant (m/f) (DipECVO)
(Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in)

The Clinic of Small Animal Surgery and Reproduction at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Germany, is offering a position to be filled immediately for an Academic Advisor (m/f) (Akademische Rätin / Akademischen Rat) with the function of a Scientific Assistant (m/f) in a full-time position. The employment will be remunerated according to Bes.Gr. (salary class) A 13. Appropriate conditions provided also A 14.

For the position a license to practice Veterinary Medicine in Germany (Approbation) is required as well as the board-certified status of a Diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Ophthalmology (ECVO).

Generally, we expect an applicant who is a good team player with dedication and personal commitment to clinical work, good organisational and communication skills as well as interest in scientific work and enjoying lecture and teaching students and young veterinarians.

The field of duties includes the practical work in small animal ophthalmology, the establishment and supervision of a Residency-Programme as well as the active cooperation in research and the general educational tasks of the clinic.

Good German language skills spoken and in writing are a condition for being accepted.

We are a modernly equipped university clinic for small animals with a dedicated and specialised staff. We offer an independent and responsible job providing good professional and personal developmental opportunities.

Please send a written application to:

Prof. Dr. A. Meyer-Lindenberg
Chirurgische und Gynäkologische Kleintierklinik
Tierärztliche Fakultät
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Veterinärstraße 13
D-80539 München

vorstand@chir.vetmed.uni-muenchen.de
https://www.chirurgische-kleintierklini.de