There’s no denying, as well as the enjoyable aspects of practicing medicine, being part of a Practice brings with it a range of pressures. Long hours, out of hours working and the continuous stream of patients can all take their toll, particularly when you have outside commitments. An option is taking up Locum work. Whether you’re a veterinary surgeon or veterinary nurse, there are plenty of job opportunities out there, and there are equally many reasons why taking up Locum opportunities may be a sensible choice for you! [Read more…]
There’s no doubt, the job of a recruiter is to make sure you find the right next step on your career path. However, this cannot happen in isolation – you, the candidate, have a role to play too. In our last article ‘Three Things Your Recruiter Should Be Doing For You’, we laid out the three main elements you should be looking for in a recruiter. In this article, we address the three main elements you should be doing in order to give your recruiter the tools they need to find you your ideal next role.
The job of a recruitment consultant is to help you, the candidate, find a position that matches your skills and your requirements. In addition, they need to make sure the Practice culture is a good fit. Sounds relatively straightforward, but how should your recruiter be making sure that all happens? [Read more…]
Summer is that time of year when everything looks brighter and feels lighter. For many, summer holidays are the perfect time to sit back and take stock of their lives, including evaluating their levels of job satisfaction and work/life balance. [Read more…]
Advice is one of those things people enjoy giving out. The idea is that it’s free, and they’re giving you the benefit of their wisdom, knowledge and experience. Often, advice is ignored, but over the years a few gems shine through, and we find we refer to them often. The same is true in job hunting – there are certain pieces of advice recruiters deal out regularly – all part of the service!