An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Head Veterinary Nurse to join our fantastic 24-hour hospital in Clerkenwell, London.
We are seeking an out-going and motivated RVN with at least three years' experience - management experience would also be an advantage.
The successful candidate will be a team player with exceptional communication skills, committed to achieving great clinical standards.
About the practice;
Medivet Clerkenwell is a light and spacious purpose-built hospital in the heart of London. It has two consult rooms and a theatre; it is excellently equipped with cattery, separate cat and dog wards, in-house lab, dentistry facilities, digital x-ray, CT and ultrasound.
The successful candidate will be working with an experienced team of three vets, three RVNs (including you) two SVNs, one PCA and four receptionists. Here, you will be responsible for a variety of nursing duties as well as sharing best practice with your team and supporting the student nurses in your branch.
This role would suit an energetic nurse who is eager to prove themselves in a dynamic leadership role. The successful candidate will demonstrate a forward-thinking approach, playing a crucial part within the Medivet family and adding to our continued success story.
Clerkenwell is ideally situated near to Farringdon and Barbican stations for tube and national rail lines. There is a great selection of cafés, restaurants, bars and shops with easy access to all of London.
This role offers a competitive salary with £300 CPD allowance with 2 days CPD leave and in-house training, RCVS and BVNA membership, 4 weeks holiday plus bank holidays.
Hours are 40 per week plus 1:4 weekends with TOIL - there is also a fair share of bank holidays and on-call with all nurses in the region.
£300 CPD allowance with 2 days CPD leave and in-house CPD training
RCVS and BVNA feed paid
4 weeks’ annual leave plus Bank Holidays (FTE)
Discounts to a range of external CPD providers
Exclusive retail, days out and holiday discounts
Employee of the month awards
Hill's staff pet feeding scheme
Staff purchase scheme
Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) to support your health and wellbeing.