Small Animal Vet Nurse Job, Manchester, England - Greater Manchester

up to £28,000 DOE - Small - Vet Nurse / Tech
Ref: 9186 Date Posted: Thursday 21 Jul 2022
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Salary: up to £28,000 DOE


  • 3 days paid CPD £600 
  • £600 CPD allowance per annum
  • Birthday day off

Type of Work: Registered Veterinary Nurse

Job Details: Our client have an excellent opportunity for a Veterinary Nurse to join their fantastic team in Manchester. This role is for a proactive RVN to join their team. This practice is a relatively new practice and would provide interesting opportunities for any RVN who could help them to shape and grow the practice. The position will be a full-time role with a share of Saturday mornings (37.5 hours per week).  This is a flexible working practice, as their teams work-life balance and wellbeing is always top priority. They have regular team days out doing activities such as escape rooms, kayaking, bottomless brunches and crazy golf to name just a few! They are a clinically progressive practice, so their ideal candidate would be an RVN who wants to provide a high-quality service to the pets under their care but is also a team player that would love to get involved in their organised activities outside of work. They hold monthly team meetings and encourage input from all team members.This is a purpose-built practice with great facilities including 4 consult rooms, cat ward, dog ward, isolation ward, operating theatre, digital x-ray, dental x-ray, ultrasound, and brand-new laparoscopic equipment. They are also a training practice and so would encourage anyone who has a desire to become a clinical coach.  Their experienced team includes a Clinic Director, two further veterinary surgeons alongside a Clinic Manager/HVN, 3 nurses and 2 client care co-ordinators.

Applicant Requirements 

This is a new role, introduced due to continued growth at the clinic and therefore it’s important that the successful candidate has the following skills, Competent and confident with Schedule 3 under vet direction, RCVS registered. Someone with good communication skills and organisation skills and proactive nature to drive, lead and coordinate nurse clinics. The desire to provide a high standard of nursing to the pets under their care, for learning and teaching, with the confidence and desire to bring the team together.

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