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Find your next career opportunity working as a Vet, Vet Nurse, Vet Practice Manager and more here at Vet & Pet Jobs. You can even register for Job Alerts.


Post your Job Campaign for Veterinary Jobs, Vet Nurse Jobs, Vet Hospital Managers and more. Find quality candidates and grow your professional team.


Vet & Pet Jobs is a free service for Vet and Pet Care Job seekers, just register, browse and apply online. Employers pay for each Job Campaign as required.

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Whether you have a large, growing Veterinary organisation that is on a hiring blitz or you have a tight knit, stable team that unexpectedly has an opening, when the time eventually comes around to having to write compelling Ad copy and text, just about everyone can draw a blank...except us...which is why we also offer our Job Campaign Copy Writing Service.

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    Emma C
    Emergency and Critical Care GM
  • The site is really easy to browse for jobs and creating a Job Alert was very straightforward. I already received a notification for three potential jobs.
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    Job Seeker
  • The team at Vet and Pet Jobs have been exceptional to deal with, the site is easy to use and we have been pleasantly surprised with not just the volume, but also the quality of candidates.
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    Chief Veterinary Officer


It’s Time to Polish Your Veterinary LinkedIn Profile

Like Liam Neeson in Taken, you have a very particular set of skills, acquired over your career, but unlike Liam, your skills make you a joy for employers and recruiters. But when they look for you on LinkedIn, as 77 percent of recruiters and employers do, you want them to find you and be impressed enough to reach out and connect. And when they do find you (and they will if you follow this advice), they will employ you…possibly not on-the-spot, but if you apply these tips, you will be well on the way to your initial interview…

Practice Ownership v Salary Security: Head to Head

Here are a few of the many reasons veterinarians say practice ownership is not for them – I want work-life balance, I have a lot of student debt, I do not know how to run a business – sounds familiar? However, with recent advances in business processes, structuring, and technology, practice ownership is not only possible, it’s worthy of serious consideration. Here are some valuable insights for you to consider…

7 Tips To Kick Start Your Brand New Veterinary Career

So, you’ve worked hard to pass all of your exams and obtain certifications to become a qualified Veterinarian, Veterinary Nurse or Veterinary Technician and you have just started in your very first job. Congratulations! But your first year as a brand new veterinary professional can be a bit like a roller coaster with many ups and downs, and with a global pandemic added to the mix, it all can seem a little intimidating at first. You may be feeling too overwhelmed to be planning what your next steps should be, but thankfully there are many kind and helpful fellow industry professionals and remarkable resources that you can call on to ease you through the transition. It’s time to remember all of the reasons why you chose this amazing career path and to get ready to kick start your veterinary career! You know you can, and will, succeed. And to assist you on your journey, here are a few essential early veterinary career tips that we sourced from Veterinary Professionals who have “been there, done that” and thrived…

Why Choose Vet & Pet Jobs?

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics in the USA and similar bodies in the UK, Europe, Australia and worldwide, opportunities for Veterinarians are set to climb by 19 percent through 2026, while roles for Veterinary Nurses and Veterinary Technicians will increase by 20 percent in that same time frame.

Searching generic job boards that show all types of jobs can be a daunting and painful ordeal. Hours spent clicking through job sites can leave you worried and stressed about your current situation. That is why Vet & Pet Jobs was created. We wanted to eliminate the need to jump from job site to job site to find an opportunity working as a Veterinarian, Vet Nurse, Vet Technician, Vet Associate, Vet Practice Manager or Pet Retail, Management, Grooming or other animal care jobs.

Here at Vet & Pet Jobs our vet jobs Campaigns reach across the complete range of veterinary jobsVeterinarian jobs, Emergency Veterinarian jobs, Veterinary Nurse jobs, Locum Veterinarian jobs and many more. Browse by job type, state or city and click through to each Job Campaign for all the details plus each one has a quick video to help you drill down to the key elements in each veterinary job to help you decide on which ones to apply for.

Job Seekers can register and create daily or weekly Job Alerts to notify you when new career opportunities are posted. So, whether you are looking for veterinary jobs in Greater London or Birmingham or Edinburgh or Liverpool or Manchester and all points in between in the UK, as well as across all of Europe, you can find the best veterinary jobs for your next career step.

And for Veterinary Hospitals and Vet Clinics, you can find the best veterinary professionals  – GP Veterinarians, Emergency Vets, Associate Vets, Vet Nurses and Relief Vets and Nurses – across the United Kingdom and Europe and build your team – register and post your Job Campaign today.

Looking farther afield? Then it’s time to explore Veterinary Jobs in the USA or our Veterinary Jobs in Australia, New Zealand and Asia.