An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Registered Veterinary Nurse to join our award-winning Hendon 24-Hour Hospital.
This would be the ideal opportunity for someone eager to gain experience and develop their nursing within a supportive and busy hospital.
You’ll work closely with our vets in practice, performing essential nursing duties with the management of external caseloads, and liaising with branches within the region who are transferring patients over to the hospital for surgery.
Hendon sees a high volume of surgical caseloads and emergencies. Emergency and Critical Care experience would be an advantage but not essential as we can provide support and training in your ECC development.
Salary, hours, and benefits:
- - Salary £30,000 per annum
- - £750 CPD allowance with 2-days CPD leave and in-house CPD available
- - RCVS and VDS fees paid
- - 5 weeks paid annual leave plus bank holidays
- - Fair share of bank holiday cover with time back in lieu
- - Minimal on-call duties to support our dedicated night team, if required
- - Exclusive company discounts and rewards
- - Access to the Employee Assistance Programme
- - Improved Maternity and Paternity Leave
- - 100% attendance scheme
- - ‘Paternity’ leave
Medivet Hendon 24-Hour is a bustling hospital, it has recently been recognised as one of London’s best veterinary practices.
The successful candidate will be joining a highly experienced team led by Branch Partner and Vet, Jerry Dunne.
We have seven permanent Veterinary Surgeons plus a large volume of mobile and referring vets on any given day, including certificate holders or those currently undertaking a certificate, and a fantastic nursing and support team of 12.
It houses an MRI/CT unit and so treats much interesting neurology, medicine, surgical and other cases. Additionally, Hendon 24hr is equipped with endoscopy, arthroscopy, digital x-ray, ultrasound, multi-parameter monitors, in-house blood, and much more! The group is also supported by its pet blood bank, laboratory as well as other services.
It supports Medivet clinics in all of Northwest London but also the whole of Southern England, with interesting and complicated cases.