Advance your dentistry skills
Registered Veterinary Nurse (Full-time) 37.5 hours
Competitive salary dependent on experience
We are an RCVS recognised specialist oral surgery and dentistry practice. Are you a highly motivated, organised RVN looking for an exciting opportunity? We are a friendly, expanding team providing outstanding care to our patients, clients and referral practices. Full training and support will be provided in house. Work with a dental specialist and two resident dental veterinary surgeons working towards their American Veterinary Dental College exams and also a veterinary dental intern.
Experience ideally within a small animal practice with an interest in dentistry and anaesthesia is encouraged. However, applications are also welcome from newly qualified nurses with an interest in both these fields. We are looking for someone who is able to build and maintain great relationships within the team.
What you’ll get in return:
- A competitive salary
- No OOH duties
- Holidays 28 days per year including bank holidays. Entitlement increases with length of service
- An additional day off for your birthday!
- A comprehensive pension scheme
- Paid professional fees
- A funded, supported and generous CPD package
- Some zoo animal work
- Opportunity to develop new and transferable skills
- Relocation package also available if required
The position is available from January 2019 and a move to a larger purpose built clinic next to a full-service veterinary hospital with CT scanner and multi-disciplinary collaboration with other specialists is planned for spring/summer 2019.
If you would like to discuss the post further, please contact
Clinical Director; Fiona Johnston BVMS MRCVS on firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, call 01620 890002
Applications to email@example.com with cv and covering letter.
For further knowledge of our practice, visit our website www.dentalvets.co.uk
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