Registered Veterinary Nurse (Exotics)

Recruiter
Stewart Vets
Location
Dudley, United Kingdom
Salary
Competitive
Posted
07 Jul 2021
Closes
08 Aug 2021
Ref
7701
Sector
Practice
Hours
Full-time
Stewart Vets (Dudley)

Would you like to work at a practice that has exotics and works alongside Dudley Zoo?

Are you a Registered Veterinary Nurse?

If the answer is yes, we have a fantastic opportunity for you!

Here at Stewart Vets we are a RCVS accredited veterinary practice that's about to embark onto the next chapter - https://www.stewartvets.co.uk

We have one other branch Tipton which means a varied and interesting caseload, working between the two sites. We are looking for a proactive individual to provide a high standard of nursing care, assist the Veterinary Surgeons, actively promote the products and services of the practice, working in an experienced team with a healthy network of support staff.

This is a full time position, ideally working 40 hours per week over 4 or 5 days per week, part time applications will also be considered to allow a better work life balance .

We offer:
  • A competitive salary depending on experience
  • Holidays: Up to 7 weeks annual leave plus Bank Holidays (or equivalent) with our Buy/Sell holiday scheme - allowing you to purchase an additional two weeks of annual leave
  • Receive an extra days leave each year in your first 5 years at CVS
  • Access to our industry leading Share-save scheme
  • Generously funded and fully encouraged CPD
  • RCVS / VDS cover included
  • Colleague discount on pet products and treatments
  • Excellent company pension scheme
  • Industry leading maternity and paternity packages
  • A range of other flexible benefits such as our Employee Assistance Programme, Gymflex, Cycle to Work Scheme, and Perkbox.

Interested? please click ‘quick apply' now or to arrange an informal chat about this vacancy or any other interests you may have, TEXT or call Lisa from the recruitment team on 07500 064 185

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