Permanent Night RVN

Independent Practices

Norwich, England, United Kingdom


Vet Nurse/RVN


Aug 1


We have a rare opportunity for an RVN to join our brand new Night Team in Norfolk.

Our exceptional nursing team are an integral part of proving our exceptional client and patient care and we are seeking an enthusiastic friendly RVN with motivation to continue the growth of our purpose built independent and family run practice. 

Our purpose built practice is accredited Dog Friendly and Gold Rabbit and Gold Cat friendly and offers first opinion small animal and exotics care as well as referral services in exotics, CT scanning, Laser therapy, acupuncture and cardiology. 

Our night nurses work a 7 on 7 off rota of sleeping shifts helping our night veterinary surgeon care for inpatients and treating emergency patients. As a small independent practice our out of hours is fairly quite which allows plenty of time for excellent in patient care and emergency case investigations and surgeries and excellent work life balance. 

Our facilities include air conditioning and fresh gas ventilation system throughout the practice, digital xray, dental xray, CT scanner, ultrasound, video endoscopy, in house lab, multiparameters, bair huggers and separate cat, dog and exotic waiting areas and wards. 

We provide dedicated care for companion animals and exotic pets, including an exotic pet referral service which sees everything from birds, rabbits and reptiles to monkeys and porcupines. 

Our small team places an emphasis on a friendly and supportive atmosphere with quality care for pets and clients. Career progression and CPD are encouraged. We offer a competitive salary (£30,000-33,000), company sick pay, webinar vet membership, CPD allowance including certificates and we encourage and support areas of interest to help you develop your skills and interests.  

Please enquire if interested!

(Job ID 34283).

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