We are once again inviting applications from final year undergraduates and newly-qualified vets to join its two-year Graduate Development Programme (GDP).
Linnaeus, which is part of Mars Veterinary Health, offers one-to-one mentoring, professional and clinical skills development in primary care practices across the UK as part of the scheme.
The vet group, which has more than 4,000 employees, delivers all clinical training in-house through its extensive network of specialists, referral clinicians, certificate holders and experienced primary care clinicians.
The 2021 programme applications open on January 4, 2021 until the end of May, unless all positions are filled sooner.
Chloe Roberts, clinical and educational development manager at Linnaeus, said: “This will be the fourth cohort to join our GDP and we’re looking forward to building on the successes we have enjoyed over the last three years.
“This has been a challenging year for obvious reasons, so it has been extremely heartening to see our new vets rise to that challenge and continue their professional journeys with our support.
“We’re excited to hear from the next intake of new vets and look forward to supporting them in their transition to clinical practice and recognise the additional challenges they faced joining the profession in the midst of a global pandemic.”
Graduates take part in 20 core educational days as part of their clinical and professional skills training.
For more information about the Linnaeus Graduate Development Programme, visit https://graduates.linnaeusgroup.co.uk or www.instagram.com/linnaeusgdp.