The London Cat Clinic is a unique and special place to work. Not just because we have a fabulous, purpose-built, award winning, gold-standard practice. Nor just because we have lots of cutting-edge equipment and technology so you can develop your skills. Not only because we are independent and able to do what we think is right for our patients, not just what Head Office say we have to. Not just because we are growing rapidly and going from strength to strength with over 2000 patients registered and little sign of slowing down. And not just because we have an outstanding reputation for clinical excellence and great customer service with consistent 5* reviews.
We do have all of those things - and much more besides - but it is our incredible team which makes us stand out from the crowd. All our colleagues go above and beyond to help our patients and their caregivers. You will be joining a passionate and dedicated team, in which the front-of-house team, the nurses and the vets completely rely on each other and all work together to deliver a great experience. At The London Cat Clinic, we know the effectiveness of our whole team team together is infinitely greater than each of individual or role.
Our culture is based around being Committed, Accountable, Trusted and Striving for Excellence - yes, we are proudly all about CATS. Are you?
Building a practice from scratch has allowed us to shape who we want to be and place culture at the heart of our success. We take the transparency and trust we have with our clients equally seriously with our colleagues. Being open with each other about what's working well and what needs to be done differently is fundamental. We want your voice to be heard and have regular Open Ears sessions to hear your ideas as well as getting to know each other better.
We have a vibrant, international and diverse team and are passionate that bringing your whole self to work will make it a great experience for you and will build a great team.
We are hardworking and take our jobs incredibly seriously - working at The London Cat Clinic is a vocation and not just a job. Being a small team in a busy and growing practice, everyone needs to muck in and help each other out. There is no room for egos, attitude or clock-watchers. But we do love taking responsibility, being accountable for our own decisions and coming to work with pride, passion and a good sense of humour.
No-one wants to stand still and lifetime learning is key for us. All colleagues have an annual continuous professional development allowance and paid time-off for courses approved by the clinic. Recent examples include the front-of-house team all taking training and becoming ISFM Cat Friendly Receptionsits and one of our nurses pursuing an advanced qualification in feline behaviour.
Market-competitive pay dependent on experience is a good starter for 10. In addition, we offer private medical insurance, a pension scheme and a discretionary bonus scheme. We have a good rota system which strives to make sure colleagues can balance work and play - although we can't always guarantee you'll get out on time!
Click here to see the team talk about working at The London Cat Clinic when we celebrated our first birthday.
We are all cat-owners and cat-lovers and it goes with the turf that you will be too!
Please send your CV and cat-tastic covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org or apply directly using the links below - sorry, no applications via agencies.
We are always on the lookout for confident, medicine-biased clinicians who have post-graduate qualifications of all levels in Feline or Small Animal Medicine.
There are no roles currently available but please contact Dr Jeremy for a confidential chat.
Registered Veterinary Nurses
As we are getting busier we are expanding our services and we have multiple roles available. If you love cats and medicine, know what cat music is and even though it is terrible, would still play it for cats over your own listening pleasure – we want you!
We are seeking a special person for a full time front of house role
Updated: 22 March 2020