What did you do before working at E&J? 

I am a recent veterinary graduate of UCD Vet School in Dublin, I finished my clinical rotations in April, successfully completed my final exams in May and graduated (virtually unfortunately) on the 15h of June.

What attracted you to a career in veterinary public health?

Throughout our clinical years of university, we had to complete 24 weeks of placements in a variety of veterinary settings such as equine practice, small animal, mixed animal and in a meat factory. From these placements and our learning in university it was VPH where I found myself developing the greatest interest. From these experiences I decided that I would like to build a career in VPH and after a bit of research Eville and Jones appeared to be a great place to begin this career and follow these interests that I developed at UCD.

How would you like to see your career progress and what are your aspirations? 

I am looking forward to working in Wales over the coming months firstly as an MHI, then OV when I have completed the training in September. After gaining sufficient experience here I would hope to move onto Export OV work and hopefully even greater opportunities after this.

What would you say to anyone considering a career in veterinary public health? 

There appears to be a great amount of opportunity and work available to anyone interested in this area of Veterinary and plenty of variety once you begin your career, along with a better amount of structure to your working day and week.          

How has the E&J induction process been so far? 

Great, the training team are very friendly and helpful, and there has been plenty of laughs along the way.

If, like Kieran, you are also a recent veterinary graduate of a British or Irish vet school and are looking for opportunities away from clinical practice, please contact a member of our recruitment team direct on recruitment@eandj.co.uk  or call +44 (0) 113 2 840 400 

We have vacancies throughout the UK.