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Extraordinary Vet Nurse required for Extraordinary Feline Practice
If you love cats and medicine, know what cat music is and even though it is terrible would still play it for cats over your own listening pleasure – We want you. The London Cat Clinic opened in May 2017 providing an extremely well-equipped, independent, purpose-built, feline-only clinic in Bermondsey, London - a unique place to work. Take a look around www.thelondoncatclinic.co.uk Our practice has grown from strength to strength and isn't showing any signs of slowing down and we want additional talented nurses to join our team. Our ideal nurse is one who has a thirst for knowledge, loves medicine and is unapologetically crazy about cats. We are a ‘scruff-free’ zone and you wouldn’t have it any other way. 24G is the needle of choice. You understand that capnography and blood pressure monitoring aren’t ‘nice to have’ but essential. If you can cat-whisper......that would be a bonus. You need to be upbeat, a team player, dedicated. If you are already nodding in agreement? Apply you have nothing to lose. Oh, you should really like cats. Did I mention that? You would be totally supported by an extraordinarily talented diploma-holding nurse and additional qualified nurses and vets with Post-Graduate qualifications in Feline Medicine. We all believe in the skill and value of nurses, we want you to do more, to develop and advance your skill set and play an active role in the running and management of the clinic and care of our patients; you will be nursing to the highest level. If this doesn’t excite you, please don’t apply. We do expect the person who works with us to be there with us mucking in when it gets busy even if this means a later lunch or home time. If you have the magic touch and want to help shape and grow something special email a covering letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Alice on 0203 740 1112 for an informal chat. All applications will be treated in the strictest confidence.
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