Reading: 0118 304 7616

Swindon: 01793 876619

Career Opportunities at Vet’s Klinic

If you‘d like to be part of an Independent innovative practice with exciting growth plans, and help us change the industry for owners, pets and staff, we‘d love to hear from you.

Vacancies / Roles available

Currently we are recruiting for the following positions:

Senior / Head Veterinary Surgeon – Reading

Salary: £65k-£75k depending on experience

We are looking for an experienced vet to help lead the team in Reading and cover maternity leave as Head Vet from March 2023. However, due to our growth plans there will be an ongoing opportunity for the right candidate to take on a permanent Senior role at Reading, or Swindon if preferred. There will also be new Head Vet roles created through our expansion plans in 2024/25. Click here to see the full job description



Registered Veterinary Nurse – Reading

Salary: £27k-£30k depending on experience and responsibilities

We are looking for an RVN who is passionate about both patient care and client experience to join our forward thinking and vibrant team at Vet’s Klinic Reading. Our practice thrives on its open, honest and supportive environment for both clients and staff. Our ethos is incredibly important to our whole team and we’re keen to find another nurse to build our progressive team! Click here to see the full job description.


Small Animal Veterinary Surgeon – Swindon

Salary: £40k-£65k depending on experience

Due to our ongoing expansion, we are looking for an experienced vet to join our team. Ideally, you will be confident with routine surgery and emergencies, comfortable working as part of the team but also able to handle your own case load and have a strong ambition to develop your skills. Click here for more details.


Emergency Veterinary Surgeon – Swindon

Salary: £50k-£65k depending on experience; day-time shifts 

Vet’s Klinic are looking for a vet with an interest in emergency and inpatient work. You will be confident with routine surgery although your skills and focus will be on managing more complicated procedures and emergencies. You will be comfortable working with the wider Klinic team, but also leading the in-patient shift and managing the unpredictable nature of our emergency cases. Click here for more details.

Small Animal Veterinary Surgeon – Graduate (Swindon)

Salary: Starting £35,000 with skill-based increases

Due to our ongoing expansion, we are looking for ambitious graduate vets to join the Vet’s Klinic team. This role is ideal for you if you want to learn quickly by being hands-on with a wide range of cases every day, although we give you the time and support you need to develop at a pace which is comfortable for you.


After a 6-week induction period which is completed off-rota, we individually tailor your training programme by introducing you gradually to leading consultations and being involved with more complicated cases. Our large team of experienced vets and nurses will help you develop your skills and confidence in consultations, routine surgery, and emergency medicine. You will also receive one-to-one mentoring from our Senior Clinical Team. Click here for more details.



Whilst your ideal role may not be advertised right now, we are always looking for talented veterinary professionals to join the team. If you would to explore what your future could look like at Vet’s Klinic, please contact us for an informal chat on

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