We have an exciting opportunity for a Registered Veterinary Nurse to join our team in Vets4Pets Greasby.
The position is for 35-40 hours with a some weekend work on a shared rota ( Saturday mornings only). This is a no OOH position.
Based in the beautiful West Wirral, we are lucky to have both countryside, beaches and cities within easy reach. Just off junction 2 of the M53 we are close to Chester, Liverpool and North Wales. Surrounded by plentiful leisure options, there is nothing you can’t do in a short journey.
The Partner Sean Dunne qualified from Dublin 18 years ago and leads a collaborative, established and happy team who enjoy a good variety of interesting medical and surgical cases. Our well-equipped practice has a loyal and expanding client base and we have worked hard to ensure it’s a welcoming place for pets, colleagues and owners alike.
Our ideal candidate will be passionate, confident, have good general nursing experience and a genuine interest in animal welfare. You will also bring with you good communication and interpersonal skills and be passionate about working to high clinical standards. You will be keen to develop nursing clinics and be confident helping our clients make the best choices for their pet’s care.
By joining us at Vet4Pets, you can help us continue to grow and build on our already excellent local reputation.
Other benefits include:• A supportive and friendly working environment • Career development opportunities• Competitive salary and pension scheme• CPD allowance• Paid memberships (RCVS, BVA, VDS)• Exclusive company discounts and rewards - including 20% off at Pets at Home, The Groom Room and the Vet Group. If you share our passion for delivering outstanding pet healthcare and delivering a great client experience, then we would love to hear from you.
For more information feel free to get in touch with Kelly Owen on email@example.com.
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