Full time RVN required to support small animal team in Long Eaton Nottingham
We value our clients and the pets they share with us and are committed to providing compassionate care through client education and exceptional service.
Our team understands the special role a pet plays in the family and are dedicated to the well being and comfort of these furry companions.
- Run nurse clinics
- Carry out laboratory work
- Carry out discharge of surgical cases
- Perform post op consultations
- Place IV catheters and obtain blood samples
- Carry out blood pressure checks
- Assist in interesting surgical procedures
- Monitor and provide treatment to overnight and day patients
- Triage and assist with emergency procedures
If you enjoy working within a team that are confident and have a passion for providing high standard of animal care then we would like to hear from you.
The vacant position is for a permanent full time qualified veterinary nurse to work with our team of 12 nurses. The rota includes one in six weekends and one set of nights in every twelve weeks.
You will work in an extremely supportive and sympathetic environment with continuous help from our team of vets which includes certificate holders in Ophthalmology, Surgery, Medicine and Dermatology. You would be expected to provide a high level of nursing care, be competent in all routine procedures and also be a good communicator.
An attractive package would include a competitive salary and contribution to the company pension scheme together with a CPD allowance and discounted veterinary fees.
Applications to include a covering letter together with a CV should be sent to Amanda Twells at email@example.com
He does a lot behind the scenes, always willing to help colleagues and clients, has incredible knowledge and he’s truly deserving of this
We want to reassure our clients that according to all experts’ opinion and science COVID19 virus spread from human to human and animals do not spread it
We will no longer be able to do routine appointments or vaccinations. Please note that these are within RCVS and government guidelines