Small Animal Registered Veterinary Nurse Job, Kent, England - Kent £30,000, DOE - Small - Vet Nurse / Tech Ref: 10193 Date Posted: Thursday 06 Oct 2022 Share Salary: £30,000, DOE Package: CPD allowance and in-house CPD available RCVS and VDS fees paid 5 weeks paid annual leave Type of Work: Registered Vet Nurse Job Details: Our client in Kent are looking for a Vet Nurse to join their team. Ideally you will have an interest in Grey hounds. The practice offers a lot of soft tissue surgery, orthopaedics and ultrasonography. The clinic has a good surgical and medical caseload, which will enable you to develop your career and nursing skills fully and will be supported by a large, friendly and knowledgeable team. This is a full time permanent position, covering 40 hours per week You will also be part of a weekend rota, covering 1:4 full weekends If you are interested in this role and require further information, please: APPLY NOW BELOW If this role is not quite right for you but you are looking for a new permanent or temporary position, please see ALL JOBS. You can also contact us via email on [email protected] or call +44 (0) 1218 177 864 to speak to your personal area advisor. TheVetService.com is a global digital vet job platform providing all your career needs in the veterinary industry. Our Services Include: Clinical Jobs – Locum and Permanent Opportunities for vets and nurses in the UK, USA, New Zealand, Australia, Canada, Northern Ireland and the Republic Of Ireland. Commercial Jobs – Industry and commercial roles from sales to technical advisory positions within many corporate and independent businesses active in the veterinary industry. From Pharmaceutical, wholesaler to financial positions your next step in your career is just a click away. Education - Flexible, Cost Effective Digital Professional Development. Register today for your free digital portal access and support from one of our expert team on contracts, visas, legislation and payment advice amongst other things. All conversations are of course confidential.