Practice Support Manager - Doncaster
Island Vet Group in Balby, Doncaster, have a vacancy for a Practice Support Manager.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a team player to support and manage the daily running’s of our 5.5 vet practice in Doncaster. You will also provide day to day support for our branch surgery in Rotherham.
You need to be an organised individual with excellent people skills and someone who understands the importance of great customer service and an experienced team leader who enjoys motivating and helping others to reach their full potential.
Veterinary clinical knowledge and proven experience in this environment is preferred, but we will consider applicants who have worked in similar roles in other industries.
You will be working alongside a dynamic team of vets, nurses and receptionists, reporting to the group practice manager and clinical director.
Approximate 25 – 30 hours per week.
Staff benefits and much more
Salary commensurate with experience
Veterinary Practice Manager
Anna House Veterinary Clinic is an RCVS accredited independent veterinary practice located in the historic seaside town of Folkestone. Established in 1928 the clinic provides a high quality service with care and compassion for the animals and their owners.
The ethos of the practice is to offer the best treatment options available in a pleasant friendly environment and it is committed to keeping abreast of the latest developments in veterinary medicine while providing a quality treatment at sensible prices.
A vacancy has arisen for a full time practice manager (although part time would be considered).
The successful candidate will be responsible for the day to day running of the clinic, providing vital support to the small team of veterinary surgeons, nurses and receptionists. and ensuring that the current high standards of service are maintained. The role will involve a combination of HR management, marketing, advertising and PR as well as day to day finance, IT and premises management.
We are looking for someone with the following skills and qualities:
• Experience in managing and motivating small teams
• Excellent HR and interpersonal skills
• Proven organisational and administrative skills
• Attention to detail
• Thorough understanding of customer care
• A good understanding of finance and business management and an ability to collate, analyse and understand key financials and sales information.
• PR and marketing experience
• Good negotiation skills
• Good up-to-date IT skills and a working knowledge of IT networks.
• Sales/marketing experience and an ability to set monitor and review sales targets.
• Enthusiasm, energy and determination to accomplish projects and achieve goals
• Understanding and implementation of health and safety in small businesses
• Experience of veterinary practice would be beneficial but is not essential
To apply send your CV, accompanied by a covering letter to Jacqui Garrett.
Veterinary Practice Manager Required - Pontefract, West Yorkshire
Ridings Equine Vets is currently recruiting for a full-time Practice Manager to join our team. We are a rapidly growing equine veterinary practice situated in Darrington, West Yorkshire.
The successful candidate will be responsible for the day to day running of the practice ensuring a high level of service is provided.
Previous management experience is essential with proven experience of leading and managing people. Excellent interpersonal and administration skills are required as well as strong IT and HR skills.
Competitive salary commensurate with experience.
Please visit www.ridingsequinevets.co.uk/blog for a full job description.
Practice Manager Wanted New Forest Area
Practice Manager required for busy independent 2 branch veterinary practice based in Totton but travel to Lyndhurst as required. Applicants will need good organisational and administrative skills, be able to multi task, be adaptable and have good interpersonal skills. Key areas will be in personnel, health and safety, bespoke computer software management, financial analysis and an ability to learn and assist the directors with veterinary legislation. Some veterinary experience is desirable but not essential. Salary dependent upon experience.
Closing date 1st July 2016
VPMA Regional Organisers Required
One of the key areas of the VPMA is its regional activity, so that we can try to bring networking opportunities and CPD to members (and non-members) across the whole of the UK.
In order for us to continue developing this regional structure, we do require the assistance of our members, in terms of assisting us by co-ordinating and hosting regional meetings.
We are particularly keen to try and find Regional Organisers who would be willing to hold such meetings in the Yorkshire, East Midlands, East Anglia and London regions. However, if you live in an area that isn’t covered by our current Regional Organisers, and you feel there is a need for regional meetings, then we would like to hear from you as well.
Please see “the role of a regional organiser”. If you would like to consider becoming a Regional Organiser, please contact the VPMA Secretariat.
We do hope that you can assist us in continuing to develop the VPMA’s regional structure.
Please Note: This is a voluntary role and you must be a VPMA Member.