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Salary: £22,215 - £25,831

Key words: Veterinary Nurse, Inpatient Care, Small Animal Hospital

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 Medicine Nurse for their small animal hospital which offers state of the art facilities.

Medicine is a busy and demanding discipline, yet challenging, exciting and rewarding.

In this role you will work in various areas of the hospital, concentrating mainly in X-ray, ultrasound, CT and endoscopy.

You will require a high level of skills to enable the best care for our patients who are often in need of intensive care in our ICU department.

As a medicine nurse, you will play a diverse role from placing IV catheters, drug calculations/preparation, anaesthesia, and sedation monitoring during procedures, including CVT and endoscopy.

Essential Requirements

Registered RVN | Experience of inpatient care | Be able to organise and prioritise | Eager to learn new skills | Hardworking

Would be good to have:

Experience in a busy hospital environment | Experience with urinary catheters, feeding tubes etc.

| Proven team working skills | Drive to develop your professional knowledge

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