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20 hours per week, 1 in 3 weekends and no OOHs!
Registered Veterinary Nurse – Part Time
If you are an enthusiastic Registered Veterinary Nurse looking to join a warm and friendly team in Craigleith then we would love to hear from you! Our great location means we benefit from a good variety of cases and is easily accessible.
We get great reviews by clients, including “Such an amazing vet practice!”, “the practice itself is lovely, the staff couldn’t be more helpful (I) will definitely be going back!” and “Great location, modern facilities and very friendly knowledgeable staff.”
We are looking for a Nurse to join us on a part time basis, 20 hours per week. We take your wellbeing seriously, you will only work 1 in 3 weekends and no OOH!
Our well-equipped surgery is purpose built to industry leading standards and has digital x-ray including dental x-ray, ultrasound and new in house lab.
You will be a dynamic and proactive nurse with solid all round skills, comfortable working sole charge. Key to your success will be your ability to embrace all aspects of the veterinary nurse role, delivering excellent patient and client care. You will be a strong team player and keen to develop within your own area of interest, which we will support you in by offering your RCVS fees paid and great CPD opportunities.
By joining us you will be part of a vibrant team dedicated to providing superb standards of client and animal care.
We offer a supportive and friendly working environment together with career development opportunities and an excellent package and benefits that includes; competitive salary, CPD allowance and exclusive company discounts and rewards - including 20% off at Pets at Home, The Groom Room and the Vet Group.
For further information please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or call 01367 821317
To apply please visit http://careers.myvetpractice.co.uk
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