Posted time March 24, 2024

Rossdales Laboratories is a specialist equine diagnostic laboratory servicing the needs of the world-renowned equine practice, Rossdales Ltd, and also providing a referral laboratory service to a large number of equine practices throughout the UK and worldwide.


The laboratory provides a wide range of services, including all aspects of equine clinical pathology, microbiology and anatomic pathology.


Rossdales is seeking to appoint an additional pathologist to strengthen our diagnostic team and support our ongoing growth.


The position provides the opportunity to work within the heart of one of the largest and busiest equine practices in Europe, alongside leading clinicians in the equine field.  There has been recent major investment in our laboratory facilities and this is a unique opportunity to develop expertise in equine diagnostic pathology.


Duties will involve predominantly reporting routine equine histopathology, cytology and post-mortem examinations. The successful candidate will be encouraged to perform lecturing and collaborative research, both within the practice and more widely.  Excellent interpersonal skills and client communication are critical.


Full-time and part-time applicants will be considered.  On-site working is a pre-requisite, although there may be scope for some remote/flexible working hours. There will be a requirement to provide some weekend cover on a rota.


Successful applicants will hold a veterinary degree and MRCVS status (or be eligible to become MRCVS), and will hold FRCPath or DipACVP/ECVP, or be close to completing these qualifications.


Application Process and Timeline


For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Alastair Foote, Clinical Director on


If you are interested in the position and wish to apply, please submit your CV with a covering letter to


Closing date: Sunday, 28th April, 2024 (please note that should we receive significant interest in this position this closing date may be brought forward).



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