Registered Veterinary Nurse (RVN)

Ref: CB - 10833

Contract Type
£20,001 - £40,000
Practice Type
Up To £30,000
May Need To Work Weekends
Accommodation / Relocation
Not Offered

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The Package

  • Salary ranging from £22,000 – £30,000
  • Increasing holiday allowance based on length of service
  • CPD paid days and allowance
  • L&D opportunities through the IVC Evidensia Academy
  • Enhanced family-friendly policies, including maternity/paternity/adoption/shared parental and surrogacy pay
  • Birthday leave
  • RCVS Membership paid
  • VDS cover
  • Discounted veterinary fees
  • Various discounts including retail & gym memberships
  • Cycle to Work scheme
  • Service-related company sick pay
  • Initiatives focussed on employee wellbeing
  • Relocation packages
  • Career progression opportunities

Details of the Practice and the Role

Our client is looking for a dedicated Registered Veterinary Nurse to join their team. The day-to-day duties include Admit and Discharges, assisting Vets with imaging, monitoring anaesthetics, nurse consultations, occasional reception, and cleaning duties.

Their full-time rota is a 4-day week to include 1 night on call and 1 in 4 weekends on call. The clinic is open Monday to Friday 8.30-6.30 and Saturday mornings 8.30-12. The shift patterns tend to be 4, 9-hour shifts.

They are a friendly small animal practice located on the Jurassic Coast. All Vets are certificate holders in surgery, ophamology and medicine. Their laparoscopic equipment which they use routinely, they are delighted to now offer keyhole surgery. This causes significantly less morbidity and post-operative pain than traditional techniques, leading to a quicker recovery from the surgery.

Currently, they have 3 Vets with certificates in Small Animal Surgery, Medicine and Ophthalmology, 4 Registered Veterinary Nurses, 2 Receptionists and 1 Kennel Hand.


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