Registered Veterinary Nurse

Eaton Veterinary Practice
Fixed Term, Part time
Competitive Salary

Posted on 26/01/2021

The Role

We are looking for a Registered Veterinary Nurse to provide general nursing care, assist with operations, procedures and inpatient care, to work on reception and dispensary on a rota basis, to offer nurse clinics and to help clients with information and advice. This role is for two days per week plus some holiday cover and 1 in 4 Saturdays. This is for a fixed term period of 12 months initially. No OOH.

About Us

We are a friendly practice in a purpose built modern surgery in an excellent location. Our clients tend to want to do the best they can for their pets. The practice puts an emphasis on providing high quality patient and client care. This is a great opportunity to work with a friendly, supportive team and to build good client relationships. 

Applicant Requirements

We are looking for a nurse who enjoys working as part of a team and who shares the practice values of always doing our best to provide a high standard of care for both patients and clients. You will be reliable and friendly with excellent communication skills, the ability to prioritise effectively and a flexible attitude. Ongoing CPD is funded and encouraged, ideal for a nurse who is proactive and engaged with ongoing learning.

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As a Disability Confident Employer we are keen to hear from candidates with disabilities and long term health conditions, and would be happy to discuss any reasonable adjustments needed during the recruitment process.

If this position is of interest to you then please get in touch.
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Any questions before applying?

Speak to Paige Suckley from our recruitment team who would be happy to help you with any questions you have before applying for this role.

Paige Suckley

Senior Recruitment Support


Eaton Veterinary Practice

Cringleford House, 24-28 Cantley Lane, Cringleford, NR4 6TA, Norwich, United Kingdom

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Animals treated

  • Small animal