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4 day working week, no weekends and no OOHS!
Registered Veterinary Nurse – full or part time
£20k - £22k
“Absolutely the best team, caring, supportive, can’t thank them enough”. “Cannot praise this vets enough, they have been amazing!”. “Absolutely brilliant service for both pets & owners. Wouldn't dream of taking our pets anywhere else.”
Our clients love us and we think you will too!
We’re a locally owned, 5 star rated veterinary practice where exceptional animal care is the centre of everything that we do. Here at Companion Care Bristol Filton, our friendly and passionate team are looking for a Registered Veterinary Nurse to join our practice.
Love a long weekend off work? Our 4 day working rota means every weekend is a long weekend! Plus you will have no on call or out of hours!
We are offering a full or part time role.
Our bright, spacious, air-conditioned surgery is purpose built to industry leading standards with state of the art equipment and our location within a Pets at Home store provides a good variety of cases and flow of potential new clients. We are a progressive practice and our goal is to provide world class clinical care at the very heart of our community.
You will be a Veterinary Nurse who enjoys working as a part of a team, you will have good all-round nursing skills and be friendly and hard working.
We are happy to hear from registered nurses, recent graduates or those in their final stages of qualifying.
In exchange for your hard work and dedications, we offer a supportive and friendly working environment together with career development opportunities and an excellent package and benefits that includes a competitive salary, generous CPD allowance and exclusive company discounts and rewards including 20% off at Pets at Home.
We are an Equal Opportunities Employer.
To apply visit www.careers.myvetpractice.co.uk and for further information please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01367 821317.
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