Experienced RVN required for night duties, 3 nights per week (ideally Sun - Weds)

Supporting the Duty Vet and Graduate Clinician, our night nurses provide gold standard nursing to the patients in their care. Enthusiastic, self motivated and resilient, you will enjoy keeping pace with our wide and varied case load and demonstrate a passion for providing excellent nursing care.

The successful candidate will be a qualified/registered RVN with a minimum of 3 years post qualification experience gained in a busy practice. A further qualification in Emergency and Critical Care is desirable but not essential.

The night nurse is expected to stay on site during their shift.

We are able to recognise our nurses' skills, professionalism and dedication. A generous package is offered, dependent on experience. With lots of scope for personal development, CPD is encouraged and funded.

 

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Experienced small animal vet

You will be joining a team committed to delivering a first-class veterinary service, and a practice where you will be given the clinical freedom to follow and work-up cases to a high standard.  Our friendly client base allows us to provide gold-standard first opinion preventative programmes through to advanced diagnostics and treatment, investigating clinical problems thoroughly and expertly, at our purpose built, single-site hospital.

Supported by a minimum 4 years' small animal experience, you will make a positive impact from day one, and will be keen to contribute to our continued growth.  Our team members include certificate holders in cardiology, surgery and internal medicine, who work alongside experienced and fully-qualified nurses.  Our association with UoNVS allows support from Diplomats and visiting specialists in their field.

Graduate clinician programme

Our 2 year GC programme provides you with the opportunity to get your career off to a flying start through in-practice support, mentoring and clinical case-loads.

With a structured clinical & non-clinical development programme which is designed around your individual needs and interests, in conjunction with the UoNVS and other external partners, you will gain the knowledge, confidence and experience you were hoping for, from your first job.  You will be able to take responsibility for your own 1st opinion caseload, whilst having the confidence of an experienced team to support you, including a designated senior vet as a mentor.

General information

For both roles we offer wide and varied surgical and medical caseloads which are supported by laproscopy & endoscopy equipment, digital radiography and ultrasound facilities with CT scanning facilities due to be launched shortly.  CPD is encouraged and provided in order to maintain our delivery of the most up-to-date animal care, within a practice which fully encourages and supports your development.

Competitive salary and benefits packages are offered.  For an informal discussion about either role please contact either Catriona Laird (SA Partner), 07989 012786 or Chris Booth (SA Partner), 07811 364597.

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Our nursing team has a reputation for providing gold standard patient care.  As a result, we are able to recognise and reward our nurses' skills, professionalism and dedication.  We would very much like to hear from registered vet nurses who are keen to contribute to and share in our success.

Enthusiastic, self-motivated and resilient, you will enjoy keeping pace with our wide and varied caseload and demonstrate strong communication skills.

A generous rota and package is offered.  With lots of scope for personal development, CPD is encouraged and funded.  Why wouldn't you want to join us?  Have a look at our website and Facebook pages.

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