If you’re a final year vet student at the University of Cambridge, you’re likely to be thinking about what vet graduate jobs will be on offer for you this time next year.
No matter what technology you may have to hand, it’s always the people that make the workplace. This is true whether you’re looking at GP, optical, veterinary or care home manager jobs – hire the right individuals and you should see fantastic results. Here we take a look at five of the ways that some of the best candidates can change the business they’re in.
Recruiting for a role that requires specialised skills is always challenging – and finding an experienced vet is no exception. One of the crucial stumbling blocks when looking for vet jobs is that many experienced vets simply aren’t actively looking for another position, even if they’re open to new opportunities, often due to time constraints.
Prospect Health are delighted to be attending two of the most prestigious events in the optical calendar.
Social media is playing an increasingly large role in our online lives – and this is no different when it comes to job hunting and recruitment. More than ever, potential employers will look at applicants’ social media profiles to narrow down their list of candidates to interview.
We are pleased to announce that we will be attending the London Vet Show on 19th & 20th November 2015.