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Registered Veterinary Nurse - Upminster, Essex

Wylie Veterinary Centre
Upminster, London (Greater)
Competitive salary
Closing date
30 Jun 2021

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Animal Health, Small Animal, Practice, Hospital, Veterinary
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Veterinary Nurse
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A rare and exciting opportunity has arisen for a Registered Veterinary Nurse to join our large and friendly day team. The role is full time, working a rota of 4x 9-hour days and 1-in-4 full weekends. Both shifts include 1 hours paid break. No on call or night shifts.

Our large busy RCVS accredited veterinary hospital is equipped with excellent facilities, including digital radiography, endoscopy and ultrasonography. We are a first and second opinion practice with a varied caseload.

Our hospital has both separate dog and cat wards as well as isolation facilities. Our theatre is equipped with the latest multi-parameter machines and equipment to perform both routine and emergency surgery.  We have a 24hr team which includes a dedicated night team.

The hospital is located in Upminster, Essex, close to M25/A127 we have fantastic transport links to London.

Our clinical area uses “Smartflow” which is a paperless record system. By adopting this, we are working towards reducing our carbon footprint. We are a team passionate about sustainability within the veterinary profession.

As part of the RCVS Practice Standard Scheme (PSS), we received six awards for outstanding patient and client care.

We also have a state-of-the-art Wellness Centre, located in Brentwood, Essex. Here we promote our tailor made healthcare plans and perform nurse consultations both in person and via video. The centre is also home to a wide variety of raw diets for both dogs and cats.

This role would suit a nurse whom enjoys working as part of a team, where patient care is paramount and whom strives to provide a 5-star service to patients and clients alike. CPD is funded and encouraged. RCVS registration fees are paid, along with access to the staff discount scheme.

We pride ourselves in promoting a happy and healthy well-being within our team. We encourage team building and social interaction, as we strive for a good work-life balance.

If you would like to know more about us or our team, visit

To apply, please contact our Head Nurse Codie by clicking the apply button.


The Wylie Veterinary Centre is a family practice that has been treating animals in the area for over 100 years! Our main hospital is in Upminster and there is a smaller branch surgery in Hornchurch. We are a Certified Nurse Training Centre and have over 50 staff members who are all trained to a high level of competence. Also, our surgery is certified by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons as a Tier 3 Hospital – this is the highest level attainable for a private practice. We have a wide range of facilities which allows us to provide a high level of medical and surgical care for both our small animals and our exotic patients.

We believe in Health - not only for our patients but also for our team and for our clients. Everything we do is aimed at being and staying healthy. We place a lot of importance on healthy eating, healthy living and disease prevention.

We believe in Harmony – achieving and maintaining the best of health, for both us and our pets, requires us to try to understand each other, to respect one another, and to work together. We feel this is as true at work as it is in life.

We believe in Fulfilment – feeling we have achieved something worthwhile, and have made a difference.

These three beliefs are the core principles upon which we have built our Practice and our Team. They drive all our decisions, policies and working practices. If these beliefs are important to you, come and meet our team and our Practice.

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196 Hall Lane
RM14 1TD
United Kingdom
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