The RoleThe Rowe Veterinary Group have an exciting opportunity for a Registered Veterinary Nurse to work alternate weeks of nights at our tier 3 hospital with excellent facilities including digital X-Ray, CT, MRI, blood pressure monitoring & ECG, on site laboratory, dental X-ray, ultrasound, and more. Our night nurses work a week on followed by a week off working Mondays - Sundays 8.30pm - 8.30am.
About UsYou would be joining a friendly and motivated night team to work alongside a twilight veterinary surgeon, night veterinary surgeon, a twilight RVN and a dedicated team of night care assistants. You will be able to work in an enriching environment where you will use your nursing skills and assist in the high standard of care provided to a wide variety of cases.
Applicant RequirementsWe are looking for someone who strives for clinical excellence, client and patient care, has a passion to do things right clinically and importantly is a great team player. This role would suit an experienced or a confident newly qualified RVN who enjoys something different every day, with the added flexibility of night work.
• 4 weeks paid holiday not including bank holidays
• 3 days paid CPD leave
• £550 CPD allowance per annum
• RCVS Membership paid
• Service based holiday entitlement increases
• VDS cover
• Enhanced maternity, adoption, shared parental leave and surrogacy pay
• Enhanced paternity pay
• Birthday leave
• Discounted veterinary fees
• My Benefits - various discounts including retail & gym memberships
• Cycle to Work scheme
• CPD/training support
• Paid bereavement leave
• Company sick pay
• Employee opinion survey
• Free uniform in a number of roles
• Annual pay reviews
• Social events
• Academy & Leadership courses
• Focus on employee wellbeing
• Relocation packages
• Career progression opportunities
• Free flu jabs
As a BAME and LGBT+ inclusive employer, we are keen to hear from candidates from all minority and diverse groups. As a Disability Confident Employer we are keen to hear from candidates with disabilities and long term health conditions, and would be happy to discuss any reasonable adjustments needed during the recruitment process.