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Salary: £22,215 - £25831

The company

My client started in the 1940's as a small mainly agriculture practice but has now grown to be one of the largest providers of veterinary care in the Midlands.

They have a large Equine Centre, a small animal hospital and several practices.

They are proudly independent and passionate about the people who have helped to shape our success.

That's why they are focused on supporting their employees at every stage of their career - caring for their professional development, their emotional well-being and their personal fulfilment.

The Role

My client is looking to recruit a Opthalmology Nurse for their small animal hospital which offers state of the art facilities The role of ophthalmology nurse requires an individual who is organised and able to work and communicate effectively with a range of people as well as being clinically focused.

We're not seeking an ophthalmology expert at this point, we are seeking an enthusiastic veterinary nurse who wants to build their knowledge and influence the standards of care to being the very highest possible.

The successful candidate will organise the ophthalmology department and team members throughout the day and liaise with other areas as required (theatre, wards, imaging).

This role of ophthalmology nurse has a level of autonomy and influence to it that is higher than most other roles.

Your ideas and working practices can be implemented, established and put into daily use, so if at times you like to work independently, that would be an asset.

Client care is a large part of the role, from providing updates, to admissions to giving advice.

We aim to offer outstanding care to both our patients and their owners and great communication is essential for this and highly valued by the owners.

There will be opportunities to assist the ophthalmologists with surgical and non-surgical procedures, and time to provide