Animal Health Trust is currently inviting resumes to hire enthusiastic, passionate and motivated interns for its general internship. The internship will begin in June and conclude in August 2020 at the small animal referral center of AHT.
The general internship is a well-known program that offers veterinary surgeons the chance to develop their clinical skills, gain experience and enhance knowledge by direct contact with specialist practice, equipping them for residencies or other postgraduate training programs.
This is the best-suited role for those who have enthusiasm for the care of patients, excellent communication skills and teamwork, ability to cope under pressure, and willingness to learn.
Animal Health Trust is a UK-based veterinary and scientific research charity founded in 1942 by Walter Reginald Wooldridge. This wonderful organization is dedicated to the health and welfare of animals. With over 200 scientists, vets and support workers, it studies and endeavors to cure diseases in animals and to advance the teaching and practice of veterinary art and science.
This internship will secure a place in Kent ford, Newmarket.
Interns are required to provide a commitment of 3 months.
these are the benefits that interns will receive:
- Interns will get a salary of £19,037 plus heavily subsidized accommodation
- All interns are provided with the option of accommodation on-site, in a purpose-built facility
- Other benefits include an excellent pension scheme with employer contribution up to 8%, 20 days annual leave plus bank holidays, 24-hour employee assistance scheme and CPD allowance
To succeed in this role, you should have the following credentials:
- Must have enthusiasm for the care of patients, excellent communication skills and teamwork, ability to cope under pressure, and willingness to learn.
- Applicants should have prior experience studying or working in UK veterinary practice environments.
- Candidates that do not speak English as a first language should sit an academic IELTS1 English test and obtain an overall band score of at least 7.5, with a score of at least 7.0 in each of the four parts (Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking). This should be obtained by the application deadline.
- Applicants must be eligible for Membership of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (MRCVS) and have MRCVS status in place prior to the start of the program
How to Apply:
All applicants will have to complete an application form and forward it with CV and cover letter at firstname.lastname@example.org
The last date to send your application is 7 February 2020.