Full Time Registered Veterinary Nurse - North Oxford
Our client is a first opinion, single site, busy practice, based North of Oxford who are looking for a full time experienced Registered Veterinary Nurse to join them.
The practice is very well equipped with a CT scanner, in house lab, multi-parameter monitors, dental x-ray, endoscopy and an ultrasound scanner. They are near to Stratford-upon-Avon and Oxford. They are a dedicated team made up of 7 vets, 7 nurses and a fantastic support team.
They are looking for a Registered Veterinary Nurse to join our brilliant and friendly nursing team. You will deliver a high standard of nursing care to the patients and assist the veterinary surgeons. This is a full time position, working 40 hours per week which includes a mixed shift pattern of either 8-5pm or 11-8pm. You will also be required to participate in the weekend rota (1 in 6 weekends) alongside the on-call rota.
The ideal candidate will have experience in theatre, radiography, laboratory work, nurse clinics and reception. You must be an enthusiastic team player with lots of compassion and have great communication skills. Clinical coach would be an advantage.
For more information on this role or if you would like to apply then please contact [email protected] or give me a call on 01422 433900.
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Bright Leaf Recruitment is a recruitment agency specialising in veterinary recruitment. We have been placing exceptional veterinary surgeons and veterinary nurses in great roles around the United Kingdom, Dubai and Australia since 2010. Our team of expert recruiters
have over two decades of experience in the veterinary recruitment industry.
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