Experienced Veterinary Nurse or 2nd/3rd Year Student Veterinary Nurse - No OOH - Norwich - Norfolk

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Competitive Salary DOE - Small Animal - Veterinary Nurse
Ref: 1970 Date Posted: Tuesday 10 Apr 2018
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Excellent opportunity for a registered veterinary nurse or, an experienced student nurse would be considered to join a friendly 5 vet practice based in Norwich.

Experience is desirable although not essential as full support will be provided to enable you to work closely within this well-established team. CPD is very much encouraged to further enhance your skills and knowledge in your specific area of interest. You will have a warm, friendly and positive attitude along with a passion for delivering high levels of client and patient care and a genuine interest in animal welfare.


Key Details:

Hours: Based on 40 hours per week  
OOH: None
WE: Between 1:4 weekend shifts undertaken
Sole Charge: Always working with a vet and another nurse
Branch work: None
​Other: Must be competent with anaesthesia
Team: 5 Vets, 6 RVNs, 3 SVNs and strong support team

Package:

Excellent salary DOE
CPD allowance and in-house CPD
RCVS and BVNA fees paid
Pension
Excellent holiday entitlement


Key Skills and Qualifications:

RCVS registered and qualified or, 2nd/3rd Year SVN
Possess the right to work in the United Kingdom
Excellent communication skills


What happens next?

If you would like to be considered for this role, please apply with your latest CV.  Alternatively, contact us to find out more details or to have a confidential discussion about this or other opportunities:

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