If you’d like to be part of a team that care, you can see our current vacancies below. 

Although we won’t always have active job vacancies we always love to hear from potential new team members so please get in touch if you are interested in working with us.

It’s a lovely feeling to work with a team who always look out for each other


We are looking for a new team member to join our equine office team. The role will involve helping and supporting our clients and other veterinary practices, booking patients in for procedures, general office administration and supporting our team of equine vets and nurses.

This is an extremely important and varied role. Client care is the backbone of the practice and is responsible for providing a first class service to our clients, both in person if at the clinic and over the phone.

You should have a friendly and positive outlook, with a caring and compassionate telephone manner, and be committed to and experienced in the delivery of excellent customer care. You should have exceptional attention to detail and be happy working in a busy and varied environment. Previous office experience and the ability to demonstrate a customer service background will be required.

We are looking for our new team member to join us for a minimum of 34 hours, over a minimum of four days.

In addition, we would love for someone to be able to join us on the Out Of Hours (OOH) rota of 1:5 weeknights and weekends for the care of any inpatients including all yard duties and assisting the vets as required. This addition to the rota is desirable, but not essential.

Veterinary experience is not essential, as training will be provided, but knowledge and experience of handling horses is essential.

The role is based at our equine clinic near Kinross. Due to the rural location you will need your own transport and a full UK driving licence.

Starting salary of £20,332 – £22,425, depending on experience, which is reviewed regularly.

Other benefits include enhanced maternity pay, 28 days holiday and an additional day for each year worked up to maximum of 35 days, a workplace pension and income protection scheme available – plus many benefits, and lunch is provided each day!

If you wish to apply, please send your current CV with a covering letter either by email to or post FAO Lindsay Jamieson, Practice Manager, Loch Leven Equine Practice, Cleish, Kinross, KY13 0LS. Closing date: 28th June 2024.