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2 x RVN - Dunstable, Bedfordshire

Noah's Ark Veterinary Clinic
Dunstable, Bedfordshire
Salary depending on experience
Closing date
29 Apr 2021

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Animal Health, Small Animal, Veterinary
Job Type
Veterinary Nurse
Contract Type
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Job Details

Small Independent Practice looking for 2 x RVNs - One Full time Permanent and One Maternity Cover (1 year contract with a possibility to become permanent)

The Role
Compassionate full-time RVN.

  • Small, friendly, well equipped, progressive and forward thinking and independent practice with a busy caseload and high clinical standards
  • Varied medical and surgical caseload
  • The chance to properly utilise your nursing skills and offer nurse clinics
  • The opportunity to help educate clients and really make a difference to animal's lives
  • Your ideas will be listened to

Successful Candidate
Compassionate, flexible and dedicated individual with a positive, proactive, and enthusiastic outlook, who still loves being a nurse.

The Practice
Small, well equipped, independent Small Animal practice,(including busy Laboratory) based in Dunstable, Bedfordshire.

The Package

  • Salary dependant on experience
  • Full-time position
  • No OOHs, No Bank Holidays, No Sundays, No night in-patient checks
  • Great Rota
  • CPD encouraged and funded

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Our aim at Noah's Ark is to provide the best treatment for all the animals under our care.

Our services and facilites include:

  • Behaviour consultations
  • Puppy socialisation classes
  • Obesity clinics
  • 24-hour emergency cover
  • Radiography
  • Endoscopy
  • Laboratory
  • Ultrasound
  • Ultrasonic dental scaler
  • Glucometer
  • Blood pressure monitor
  • Fully encloses garden
  • Pet crematorium
Find Us
54 High Street South
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