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VETERINARY PRACTICE NURSE – NEW PRACTICE - Wollaton, Nottinghamshire
Salary: £22,215 - £25,831
Key words: Veterinary Nurse, Small Animal Hospital, Veterinary practice,
My client started in the 1940's as a small mainly agriculture practice but has now grown to be one of the largest providers of veterinary care in the Midlands. They have a large Equine Centre, a small animal hospital and several practices. They are proudly independent and passionate about the people who have helped to shape our success. That's why they are focused on supporting their employees at every stage of their career – caring for their professional development, their emotional well-being and their personal fulfilment.
This brand-new Practice will be run and managed by an experienced vet and yourself as the accomplished nurse. There will also be a client care advisor as the first point of contact with our patients and their owners. Working together as a bonded team we visualise you all becoming an integral part of the local community, very trusted to provide the very best care and advice available. This veterinary nursing role allows you to be in at the start of our new local practice development. As a business we take pride in providing outstanding pet healthcare and this role of veterinary nurse enables us to do this at a local level in the community. You will be involved in all theatre and imaging work, nurse clinics and general stock/maintenance/promotion of practice. We anticipate that your individual clinical knowledge will improve steadily. Our CPD allowance is generous and actively promoted
RVN | Nurse clinic knowledge | Anaesthesia | Excellent organisational skills | Driving licence and own transport
Would be good to have:
Specialist clinic knowledge | Interest in nutrition, weight management, preventative healthcare | Experience of lone working within a practice – able to make own decisions, initiatives etc. | Stock control/ordering
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