Our veterinary partner at Winnersh Companion Care is looking for a personable and enthusiastic registered veterinary nurse to join his small animal training practice. The practice, based inside a busy Pets at Home store, has onsite parking and is in close proximity to the M4 as well as being conveniently located for public transport links.
You will be joining a clinical team made up of 3 fte vets, 2 registered nurses, 2 student nurses all supported by a great receptionist team. Ben’s team are extremely friendly and welcoming and have built great relationships with their patients and clients. The team are looking for their new colleague to contribute to these relationships and to work well with the rest of the team!
The practice was opened in 2013 and was purpose built with state of the art equipment including ultrasound, digital x-ray, blood pressure machine, in house laboratory and much more which allows the team to give their patients the very best care.
Ben is looking for a veterinary nurse who enjoys working closely with colleagues whilst stretching your skills and providing excellent patient care. You will be confident with all general nursing duties including the running of nurse clinics, have great communication skills and above all else have a real passion for the role and enjoy your job!
Ben really encourages the team to develop and pursue their nursing interests and dedicates part of the practice budget specifically to CPD and supporting his team with their professional growth.
This role is full time, averaging 40 hours a week and will include a weekend rota of just 1 in 4 ensuring a healthy work/life balance.
In addition to working in this great environment with a friendly and supportive team, Ben can also offer you:
We are an Equal Opportunities Employer.
For enquiries please contact Laura Holroyd at firstname.lastname@example.org
or to apply please visit www.careers.myvetpractice.co.uk
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