Support Centre roles
Our Watford-based Support Centre plays an important role in the success of Medivet. Working behind the scenes to ensure the everyday running of each individual practice, our Support Centre colleagues work together to help our community succeed.
About the role
We have a wide range of roles covering all aspects of business based at our Medivet Support Centre.
From Marketing and Recruitment to IT and Finance, each team provides an invaluable service to our practices and the business as a whole. Whichever department you work in, you’ll be part of a collaborative, supportive culture that’s committed to the success of our practices, and of our people.
Here are a few of the departments based at our Support Centre:
– Practice Standards
– Clinical Operations
– Health and Safety
We’re striving to become the most forward-thinking place in the veterinary industry and you’ll be joining us at a pivotal time for the business. You’ll have a unique chance to shape how we do things in a challenging and exciting environment, while forging your own career path in whichever way you choose.
Not only that, but our Watford-based offices are conveniently located with excellent road and rail links to London, the south east and beyond.
Salary and benefits
- Competitive salary
- Five weeks’ annual leave, plus bank holidays
- Additional benefits, including 100% attendance scheme and ‘peternity’ leave
- Exclusive company discounts and rewards scheme
- Access to Employee Assistance Programme
Progression and development are at the heart of everything we do, and we’re dedicated to supporting our Support Centre colleagues as you continue your career. Through regular performance reviews and catch-ups, we provide you with a wealth of opportunities to develop your skills in whichever way you choose.
Our core hours are 9am to 5.30pm. Some roles may require slightly different working hours to support our colleagues in practice.
Yes. Please use the dedicated visitor parking bays. If they’re all taken, there’s on-street parking in the surrounding residential streets. Please be mindful of any parking restrictions.
You’ll be asked questions about your previous experience relating to the role you’re applying for. These questions are usually scenario-based, and we may ask about a time you were involved in a similar situation.
You’ll be advised what documents and/or items to bring with you to your interview; this can vary depending on the role. If you’re not sure, our recruitment team will be happy to help.
We recommend you dress smartly unless you’re advised otherwise in the invitation.
Unfortunately, we can’t cover any costs incurred while attending an interview.
We recommend smart dress for your induction.
If you can’t find a role you want to apply for, please register your interest here and we’ll let you know when a vacancy becomes available.
Of course. Please register your interest here and we’ll let you know when a vacancy that matches your criteria becomes available.
Yes. Once you’ve applied for one role, you can select the ‘reuse application’ option on the application form for another role. There may be different questions associated with that vacancy which will need to be answered, but we’ll advise you which these may be.
Our vacancies page is updated daily, so check back regularly to find rewarding opportunities. You can also register your interest in a role to be notified of future vacancies.
Of course. We only ask that, if you’ve been invited to an interview that was unsuccessful, you wait three to six months before re-applying for the same or a similar role.