All jobs >>
Friendly team seeks likeminded caring RVN.
We are seeking a friendly RVN to join our good natured team. As a team we recognise the value of our colleagues and strive to ensure that the practice is a good environment for pets, clients and each other.
As an RVN you will join an expanding successful and vibrant practice which was established in 2014 to offer customer focussed, first opinion, small animal veterinary services. We pride ourselves on creating a warm friendly caring atmosphere and are highly regarded in the local community for both our pet and client care. As such we have a large proportion of happily bonded clients who trust us with their pets. We are currently a nurse training, 4 vet independent practice. A fifth vet will likely be joining us in January 2018.
The role is full time (40hrs per week) including an equally shared Saturday morning rota. There are no out of hour on call duties. CPD is of course funded and encouraged.
This is a great opportunity to join an growing independent practice and progress in your career. The role suits a candidate who aspires to work as part of a supportive team and who values colleagues, team work and a high standard of animal care. We are seeking a colleague who thrives on looking after pets and their owners and who will help us with our continued growth.
Please take a look at our website to get a feel for the practice, the team members and our ethos. There is a practice tour on the you tube link which allows a view of the premises along with a running commentary by the Managing Director, Grahame Howe.
For more information on the role please contact our Practice Manager, Claire Hadland, on 01993 764262 or email email@example.com.
To apply for the post please send or email a covering letter and completed application form, which can be found on our website to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Veterinary Nurse Jobs in England | Scotland | Wales | Ireland | Worldwide
Veterinary Nursing Forums | Veterinary News | Veterinary CPD
Click here to learn more about advertising on VetNurse.co.uk