|Due to the continued growth of the independent, Best Friends Veterinary Group, they are delighted to have had to create the new position of Recruitment Manager, to deal with the recruitment needs of their 36 practices.The veterinary recruitment manager position was the perfect match for Deborah, who is a former RVN of 14 years experience, as during a break from the industry, she spent 4-years as a recruitment consultant.|
“I’m very excited to be combining two areas that I am passionate about, into one job role. The veterinary industry is a unique market that requires in-depth practical knowledge of how different practice structures affect the job roles within them. A vet or nurse role is very different in a sole charge practice, than in a multi vet practice, a hospital or referral centre” said Deborah Loding.
Best Friends have all of the above practice structures and say they have a lot to offer the staff that work for them, including support with training, an in-house CPD program, excellent benefits and career progress within the group. Having a dedicated recruitment manager is a major investment by the employer, showing their commitment to finding the best candidates for their vacancies, which can only be to the benefit of both clients and staff alike.