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Clinical Science and Services Location: Nr. Potters Bar, Herts Salary: £25,456 to £31,806 per annum including London Weighting and Nursing Allowance Closing Date: Tuesday 03 September 2019 Interview Date: Friday 13 September 2019 Reference: CSS-0167-19
We currently have an exciting opportunity to join the dedicated nursing team in our Emergency and Critical Care Unit.
As part of our Emergency and Critical Care team you will be working alongside our friendly and experienced RVNs, Patient Care Assistants and ECC veterinary surgeons. The ECC department accept both first opinion and referral cases 24 hours a day. You will rotate through days, nights and weekends with time spent in both the emergency room and the intensive care unit.
You will supported throughout by the Head and Senior ECC RVNs, to ensure progress through your training period in order to develop your confidence and nursing skills. Your role will evolve during the first year to include student coaching and individual responsibilities within the team. This is the perfect environment for those wishing to develop their career as an ECC nurse, with exciting opportunities available.
For informal enquiries regarding this position or requests to visit before applying please contact.
Kate Nichols email@example.com or Elle Haskey firstname.lastname@example.org the ECC Head RVNs.
We offer a generous reward package including a pension scheme.
Free membership to the newly built Fitness and Wellbeing Centre located on site (gym, badminton, climbing wall, Zumba, yoga and pilate classes included) Fantastic annual leave allowance, access to free in-house CPD, funded external CPD, childcare vouchers and cycle to work scheme.
For further information and to apply online please visit our website: www.rvc.ac.uk Ref: CSS-0167-19
Closing Date for applications: 3 September 2019 Interviews will be held on: 13 September 2019
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