Vets4Pets
Happiness score is 43 out of 100
3.1 out of 5 stars.
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Vets4Pets Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Peter Pritchard
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Industry
    Hospitals & Health Clinics
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Jobs

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Part-time
Client Care Advisor

Middlesbrough

2 days ago

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Permanent, Full-time
The Vet Surgery Burgess Hill

West Sussex

2 days ago

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Permanent, Full-time
Registered Veterinary Nurse, Full Time – Basildon

Basildon

3 days ago

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Permanent, Full-time
Student Veterinary Nurse, Full Time – Cannock, Staffordshire

Cannock

3 days ago

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Permanent
Graduate Veterinary Surgeon – Beckton, London

London

3 days ago

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Permanent
Veterinary Care Assistant

Ashford

4 days ago

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Permanent, Part-time
Veterinary Surgeon, Full or Part Time

Lincoln

£1,500 a month

4 days ago

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Permanent, Part-time
Veterinary Nurse

Liverpool

4 days ago

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Permanent, Full-time
Registered Veterinary Nurse, Full Time – Chester Caldy

Chester

4 days ago

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Permanent, Full-time
Head Veterinary Nurse, Full Time

Burgess Hill

4 days ago

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Permanent
Veterinary Surgeon

Airdrie

4 days ago

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Permanent
Head Receptionist

Southampton

12 days ago

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Receptionist

Doncaster

11 days ago

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Permanent, Full-time
Full Time Practice Manager

Preston

£22,000 - £29,000 a year

8 days ago

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Permanent, Full-time
Student or Registered Veterinary Nurse, Full Time – Norwich Hall Road

Norwich

11 days ago

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Permanent, Full-time
Registered Veterinary Nurse or Veterinary Care Assistant, Full Time – St Albans

St Albans

10 days ago

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Permanent, Full-time
Veterinary Care Assistant, Full Time – Ilford, Chadwell Heath and Loughton

Loughton

13 days ago

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Permanent, Full-time
Veterinary Surgeon, Full Time (New Graduate Considered)

Irvine

£60,000 a year

8 days ago

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Permanent, Part-time
Registered Veterinary Nurse, Full or Part Time – Bulwell, Nottinghamshire

Nottingham

11 days ago

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Permanent, Part-time
Out of Hours Veterinary Nurse, Full or Part Time – Romford

Mawneys

£24,000 - £33,000 a year

13 days ago

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Salaries

Salary estimated from 729 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Popular roles

Veterinary Surgeon
£46,668 per year
Veterinary Nurse
£23,167 per year
Receptionist
£8.84 per hour
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 174 reviews and is evolving.

3.3020173.1420182.9420193.0720202.442021

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Work-life balance

Reviews

FINANCE ASSISTANT in Swindon
on 10 March 2021
Lovely team to work with
Great work life balance. Lovely finance team members.Project was busy and quite challenging but managers were very supportive.Not a long project.Fantastic annual leave and pension
Registered Veterinary Nurse in King's Lynn, Norfolk
on 30 April 2021
Toxic, overwhelming, draining, money motivated.
Very toxic environment, salary based on how close you are to JVP, qualifications do not make a difference. Overworked and undervalued. Staff discount of 20% given to most JVP’s friends and family - no extra benefits. All treatment charged as full price (-20%). Days overbooked so usually no full lunch. JVP tells you what you want to hear rather than the truth, not trustworthy at all. A lot of issues brought up get swept under the carpet by the management as well as head office. Overall feels like head office is there for the employer than than the employee. Personal issues discussed with other team members. Constant messages, emails etc sent by JVP outside of working hours. How you get treated depends on your relationship with JVP. Mistakes get pointed out on group chats rather than face to face and you are threatened someone will have to lose their job as you are costing practice money. Letters of concern being thrown left right and centre so usual disciplinary steps can be skipped. On interview told it’s a “family” environment but no care is given to your mental or physical well-being. As long as money is made the JVP is happy. Many occasions the employer doesn’t back the employees, also overuses her power to make clients feel she is the vet and goes against what you say even though has no clinical qualifications.
Receptionist in York
on 16 March 2021
Best thing is cuddles with the pets.
Minimum wage and long hours, the only thing that made it worth it was the interaction with the animals. Working a weekend and just being you on reception is ridiculous for the customers and the staff. Run as cheaply as possible.
Veterinary Care Assistant in Croydon, Greater London
on 6 March 2021
Pay low, judgmental manager, long hours
Management are judgemental and don't give you the support you need. You never get any appreciation or positive feedback you only ever get told what you are doing wrong. There are issues in the team including bullying. It's not a nice place to work. Pay is terrible, hours are long. Communication is terrible.
Qualified Veterinary nurse in King's Lynn
on 26 February 2021
Toxic environment, overworked miserable staff and backstabbing culture
This company is dependant on your individual JVP, personally I found there to be a heavy blame culture on a head office that has no say in order to treat staff poorly. The wages for staff tends to be based on who is closest to the management rather than experience and skill. Hours are set and great on paper however overtime is essential to keep up with the heavy workload, out of hours is covered elsewhere during the week meaning you get to relax in the evenings if you manage to leave on time however, social media platforms mean people will contact you at all hours making it difficult to physically switch off Progression is mixed as educational advancement in certificates and training is encouraged however it will do very little for your position on practice or salary
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