We are looking for an experienced veterinary nurse to join our Bretton practice in Peterborough from February on a fixed term contract for up to 6 months.
Bretton has a friendly team of four experienced vets, a nursing team of 6 and four receptionists. Our purpose-built practice comes well-equipped with exceptional equipment to carry out keyhole surgery, digital x-ray, ultrasound, CT imaging, laser, an orthopaedic theatre, dentistry facilities and has been awarded cat friendly clinic status.
What you'll be doing?
Your average day will include a variety of nursing duties as well as assisting with clinical coaching within the practice. Full support will be provided as you will work closely within our experienced team.
Full time working hours are 40 hours per week which includes working a fair share of shifts and 1 in 5 weekends.
What you'll bring to the team?
The ideal candidate will share our passion for delivering outstanding client and patient care and will enjoy working in a supportive and friendly environment. Previous clinical coaching experience would be beneficial and a keen interest to support and develop our student nurses and not be afraid to get stuck in with the duties and lead by example.
You'll have a friendly and positive attitude and want to progress and expand your knowledge and skills further.
Strong mentorship and support will be available to help you develop your career and get the most satisfaction from your job. You'll be free to devote all of your time to looking after your clients and patients.
To apply please use the link provided below. For further details regarding the role, or to discuss other opportunities within Medivet, please contact Nicola at firstname.lastname@example.org
£300 CPD allowance with 2 days CPD leave and in-house CPD training
4 weeks’ annual leave plus Bank Holidays (FTE)
RCVS and BVNA feed paid
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