Full Time RVN


Huddersfield, England, United Kingdom


Vet Nurse/RVN

Jun 10

A small animal practice is looking for an enthusiastic, passionate and pro-active Veterinary Nurse to join their team:

'Our nurses play an essential part in the excellent service we provide, running busy nurse clinics in addition to supporting the vets in every aspect of their role.

What can we offer you?

  • A supportive working environment with a lovely, friendly team - 4 vets, 3 RVNs, a SVN, a VCA, 4 receptionists and our practice manager
  • State of the art equipment - digital X-ray, IM3 dental X-ray, ultrasound, laboratory, surgical suite, excellent anaesthetic monitoring equipment including multiparameter monitor and capnography, separate dog, cat and isolation wards
  • Excellent clinical support and career development
  • Opportunities to perform Schedule 3 procedures
  • Generous CPD allowance
  • Competitive salary based on experience
  • Paid memberships – RCVS, VDS etc
  • Company pension scheme
  • Exclusive company discounts
  • Good work-life balance
  • 5 weeks holiday and birthday off


What do we want from you?

  • This is a full time role, 40 hours a week, same day off every week, with a Saturday rota of 1 in
  • You will need to be dynamic and proactive with good skills in all aspects of the nursing role, including communicating effectively with clients, carrying out nurse consults, monitoring anaesthetics for a variety of procedures, inpatient care etc
  • To embrace this opportunity to drive our nursing team forward and to impact how we develop as a practice in the future
  • And most importantly to enjoy having fun in an amazing team despite what wonders this job can throw at us day to day'

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