Full Time – Registered Veterinary Nurse – Bedfordshire – Ref: JM12150

Job Role

Registered Veterinary Nurse

Job Type

Permanent

Location

Bedfordshire

An exciting opportunity has arisen at my client’s animal practice in Bedfordshire for an enthusiastic RVN’s to join their friendly and welcoming team!


The practice can offer a fantastic location to work, as well as boasting some state of the art equipment and plenty of onsite parking.

You will be joining a long established animal practice which is still growing year on year with a supportive team that includes 6 Vets, 4 RVNs, 1 SVN, 3 VCAs, a Practice Manager and 5 Receptionists.


The practice is built to industry leading standards and has state of the art equipment which includes In-house lab, digital X-ray, and ECG. They see a variety of cases and have built a loyal client base within their fantastic local community.


You will have a good experience of veterinary nursing and demonstrate excellent customer service and communication skills. You should be an effective team player, have a systematic approach when making decisions and be able to carry out the role effectively with planning and organisation. We are looking for a friendly, down-to-earth Nurse, who has a genuine interest in animal welfare and enjoys the variety provided by the clients and colleagues alike.


This is a full time position, 40 hours per week, with 1 in 3 weekends on a rota basis.


In return of your dedication and high quality work, the practice can offer:


• Salary between 22k and 30k depending on experience

• CPD allowance and support

• Contributory pension scheme

• Paid memberships

• Free on-site parking

• A happy and supportive work environment

• Exclusive company discounts and rewards


If you share our passion for delivering outstanding pet healthcare and great customer service, feel free to call me on 01392 249645, or email me your CV at jessica@jhprecruitment.com

Please quote the following reference number when you apply

JM12150

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