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Full Time Registered Veterinary Nurse near Gloucester

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Julie Powell

Our client has two practices in the Gloucester area and are looking for a Full or Part Time Small Animal Registered Veterinary Nurse to the team.

The practice has recently been refurbished to a high standard and they need a dynamic, enthusiastic vet to join them and contribute to the success of the practice. They have the usual equipment that you would expect including digital and dental radiography, ultrasound, multiparameter monitoring and more. You will be joining two other vets, one other RVN, 1 VCA and a Practice Manager.

The role will include nurse clinics, inpatient care, anaesthesia, stock control, laboratory and schedule three duties. The shift pattern, working 4 x 10-hour shifts or 5 x 8-hour shifts, this will include a Saturday morning rota. No out of hours or bank holidays. The client is also open to part-time shifts for the right candidate.

The successful applicant will be qualified and registered with the RCVS. You must be enthusiastic, positive and organised. A supportive team player with a high standard of patient care, you will also have a client-focused approach.

If this is role sounds of interest please email your CV through to [email protected] or give me a call on 01422 433900.

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