Senior Nursing Coordinator (Clinics & Dispensary) - Camden/Kings Cross, North London

Location
Camden/Kings Cross North London (Greater)
Salary
c.£27.4k - £30.8k per annum, inclusive of London Weighting and Market Supplement
Posted
09 Aug 2018
Closes
06 Sep 2018
Ref
W1808.19
Contact
Leanne Moules
Job Type
Veterinary Nurse
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Contact Details

The Beaumont Sainsbury Animal Hospital is the first opinion small animal teaching hospital for the Royal Veterinary College. Our clinic is patient focused, making animal welfare a top priority. We hold the gold standard accreditation for cat friendly practice from the ISFM and promote low stress handling for all patients. Our progressive attitude towards veterinary care and the role of the veterinary nurse means we offer high standards of first opinion services and nurse led inpatient care.

Located within walking distance of Camden, Euston and Kings Cross Stations, we have a spacious, modern Hospital, with separate species specific clinical facilities, offering routine and non-routine first opinion small animal procedures. We provide high quality veterinary care to the local community, as well as exotics referral services, with all team members receiving practical exotics training from our dedicated and experienced exotics team and our specialist Vets. We also run a shelter medicine teaching program with our partners at the RSPCA and WGAS, in support of our objectives for clinical service, teaching, and research.

We require a Registered Veterinary Nurse to join our first opinion team. Working as a clinic nurse you will use your nursing knowledge to oversee the dispensary area supporting the consulting teams in particular, delivering the best level of comprehensive care and customer service to our patients, clients and the veterinary community.  You will also be a central contact for daily clinical operations in the Hospital in support of our clinical support manager. This role offers an excellent opportunity to advance your knowledge of veterinary pharmaceuticals and develop your teaching skills, providing guidance to final year vet students and acting as a clinical coach to nursing students on placement.

The successful applicant will have experience working in a pharmacy/dispensary environment, Strong customer service and communication skills, a strong understanding of stock management and experience handling and dispensing medication. You will also demonstrate a proven ability to support clinical teams with daily patient care. An existing SQP-C qualification or the willingness to undertake this is essential. Clinical Coach Accreditation is preferred.

Regular in- house training is provided in conjunction with access to external CPD and we offer a generous reward package.

Job Reference: CSS-0143-18

Closing date for applications: 9 September 2018

Interviews are likely to be held on: 21 September 2018

We promote equality of opportunity and diversity within the workplace and welcome applications from all sections of the community.

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