Veterinary Nurse
Vet Seekers
Staffordshire, GB
2d ago

We are working with a well-established veterinary hospital near Cannock, Staffordshire who are recruiting for a veterinary nurse to join their team on a permanent, full time basis.

Key Details :

  • Full time (40-45 hours per week)
  • Hours Mon-Fri : Shifts either 11 : 00am til 8 : 00pm or 7 : 30am til 4 : 30pm
  • Weekends : 1 in 6 Saturdays
  • OOH : None involved
  • Computer system : RX Works
  • Sole charge : None involved
  • Branch Work : Minimal at consulting practice nearby may be required
  • Team : 11 Vets & 14 Nurses as well as a large support team
  • About Them :

    This well-equipped RCVS accredited practice is well known in the area for its long standard clients, consistent high standard and excellent professionalism.

    They provide a number of different services to small animals, large animals and farm animals as well as offering 24 / 7 emergency care to the local area.

    They have a large dedicated team of professionals who range in experience, from those with years of experience to those just starting out.

    The Person :

    Due to the strength of the team already, they are open to applications from enthusiastic new graduates who are looking for their first role.

    You must have a high standard of customer service and client care skills, as well as a real passion for the industry and looking after animals.

    Package :

  • Salary : £21,000 - £24,000
  • Generous annual holiday allowance, rising after 3 years service
  • Company pension scheme
  • General annual CPD allowance
  • RCVS, BVA & VDS fee paid
  • Staff rewards scheme
  • Must haves :

  • RCVS registered and qualified
  • Possess the right to work in the United Kingdom.
  • Excellent client and patient care skills
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