A fantastic small animal practice in North London are seeking and experienced registered veterinary nurse to join their team as a full-time, permanent member of staff. This role would suit a newly qualified nurse, ready to build on their previous experience gained whilst studying.
· Permanent RVN position
· Full-time hours
· No on-call
· No OOH’s
· 1 in 4 Saturdays
· Very competitive salary
· RCVS and VDS fees paid
· Generous CPD allowance
· 25 days paid annual leave plus Bank Holidays
· Fantastic career progression opportunities
You will be joining a community of passionate veterinary professionals committed to providing truly exceptional care. They are set on building something extraordinary: creating the most forward-thinking and innovative place in the veterinary industry. They are always looking for people who aspire to stand out in their field. And its this vision and enthusiasm that forms the foundation of how they work. Their mission to deliver progressive, around the clock care means their employees have the very best equipment and treatment options available, including in-house MRI machines and state-of-the-art operating theatres. The practice provides ongoing support to their teams, both in practice and through their dedicated training centre. This empowers you to get the very best from their advanced equipment while being on your journey to veterinary excellence.
Your duty as an RVN will be assisting in the care of animals and their owners. Undertaking tasks set by the senior members of staff in the basic care and running of the practice. Communicating well with clients. Meeting and greeting clients and their pets. Reception duties Registering new clients and pets Ordering, unpacking items and storing correctly and conducting returns. Monitoring in-patients, providing care and appropriate diets. Assisting vets with restraining animals for blood sampling, drips and examination. Administering topical, parental, subcutaneous/intramuscular/intravenous injections under the Veterinary Surgeon’s instruction and supervision. The running of in-house laboratory tests and the packaging and sending away for external laboratories. Assisting with anaesthesia, surgery and the taking of radiographs. Correct cleaning and sterilising of instruments, equipment and materials. Cleaning, hygiene and maintenance of kennel area. Safe use of equipment in the laboratory. Scanning and filing of clinic records. General cleaning, hygiene and tidiness of practice. Maintaining stock of consumables in all rooms.
There is an excellent rate on offer here - If you're interested or would like to apply for this position, please submit your CV and Cover Letter to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Joel Thompson on 01173 293 900.