Victoria Spalding Chartered Veterinary Physiotherapy has a vacancy for an
ACPAT Category A member.
The practice provides 80% equine, 10% small animal and 10% but growing rider physiotherapy services. We work closely with approximately 10 equine veterinary practices and also take referrals from all over Yorkshire and the North. Regular clinics are held at a local small animal practice, where we work alongside orthopaedic specialists. We have a rider physiotherapy studio with mechanical horse, visual feedback and Quintic software. Currently the practice consists of one full time and 4 part time physiotherapists with part time office support.
VSVP is innovative, forward thinking and progressive. The successful applicant will gain valuable experience from our close links and good relationships with outstanding veterinary practices as well as gaining from Vicky’s experience working with elite competition horses.
We are looking for a motivated Category A member with both equine and canine interest and ideally with established human MSK skills. Must have own transport, be confident and a good communicator. Your list will cover equine home visits and rider physiotherapy clinics, with occasional cover for small animal clinics. An initial training/acclimatisation period will be required where the Ellis Technique® will be taught and an ongoing mentoring/CPD programme will be implemented. Specific rider postural analysis training will be given if required.
This post would be ideal for either a newly upgraded Category A member looking to gain experience in a busy, established practice or an experienced Cat A. Part time self-employed position, some evening and weekend sessions will be required.
Please call or e-mail Vicky Spalding:
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VSVP Ltd, 23 Churchfield Road, Rothwell, Leeds, LS26 0EJ
This is an exceptional opportunity to join our highly experienced team
We are a growing and successful referral practice situated in the heart of the Bedfordshire countryside, but still within commuting distance of London by train. Established over 18 years ago, we are recognised as a leader in our sector. We foster a culture of co-operation and collaboration amongst all of our employees and are committed to providing the very highest quality of care to all of our patients.
We are looking for a Veterinary Physiotherapist to join our Veterinary Physiotherapy team providing treatment for inpatient and outpatient cases, working alongside a highly skilled team of clinical specialists delivering therapy to a varied caseload of orthopaedic, neurological and respiratory cases. Our small animal therapy services currently include physiotherapy, acupuncture and pain management clinics and these will be developed further in our brand new Therapy and Fitness centre with Hydrotherapy facilities opening in Autumn 2016.
We are looking for someone who is able to work independently as well as being an effective part of a multi-disciplinary team. With previous canine and feline handling experience, you will be a Category A ACPAT physiotherapist. You must also share our values of integrity, professionalism, compassionand respect.
We welcome applications to work on a full-time or part-time basis.
In return we offer a competitive salary, 25 days’ annual leave, CPD, private healthcare, pension and a friendly, supportive working environment.
To apply, please send your CV and covering letter together with the names of two referees to
. For an informal discussion, contact Diane Messum, Head of Service on 01582 883950 or email
Closing Date: 30th July 2016.
Further details about the practice can found at www.vetspecialists.co.uk.
Vacancy: AquaVets at Taverham Vets is looking for a motivated and enthusiastic chartered physiotherapist to join its expanding team.
Location: Taverham Vets, Longwater Lane, Costessey, NR8 5AH
Terms: Employed or Self employed
Hours: Full time, negotiable hours (part time would be considered)
Taverham Vets is looking for an experienced or recently qualified ACPAT Cat A physiotherapist to work on a self-employed or employed basis. The role involves out-patient services for small animals with medical and surgical conditions. The majority of your case load would be with orthopaedic and neurological patients. You would be working with two other ACPAT Cat A physiotherapists in a well-established practice and the candidate would have full access to veterinary support. The practice has recently opened its brand new, state-of-the-art hydrotherapy treadmill, which is staffed by two trained hydrotherapists.
Candidates must have excellent verbal and written communication skills, an ability to be self-motivated and a keen interest in ongoing professional development. An empathic approach to animal care is needed in this busy rehabilitation environment.
This is an exciting opportunity for someone wishing to develop and grow their client base and become part of a successful, developing business. Please email your CV and cover letter to Charlotte Sparkes at