RVN Full Time (or Part Time)


London, England, United Kingdom


£30k+ (annually)

Vet Nurse/RVN

Jul 6

The practice is located in west London and seeking a RVN on a full time or part time basis.

Our well-equipped surgery is purpose built to industry leading standards. Our practice is bright, spacious and air-conditioned and has state of the art equipment including digital X-ray, ultrasound, separate Dog, Cat and Exotic wards, and in-house laboratory facilities.

You will have a keen interest in running nurse clinics and building long lasting relationships with clients.

Previous practice management and clinical coach experience is desirable, but not essential – training in this area can be given. We are interested in your ideas and ensure plenty of client contact during nurse clinics.

As a progressive practice, we strive to provide opportunities to pursue further nursing interests and training. You will be able to gain experience in practice management by assisting our Head Nurse and Vet Partner with these duties, and as such have a valued input into how the practice develops and operates to ensure the highest standards of clinical care.

A desire to promote the practice’s social media would be ideal.

By joining us you will be part of a passionate team, in one of the fastest growing Vets4Pets practices, who are dedicated to provide world class clinical care at the very heart of the community.

The salary is dependent on experience, £30k+ pa. The rota is 1:3 weekends (currently Saturdays only) with time off in the week to compensate.

We offer an excellent package and great benefits that include; competitive salary, CPD allowance, pension scheme and exclusive company discounts and rewards!

ID: 33296

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