Permanent Registered Veterinary Nurse - Cotswolds
Type: Small Animal
Location: Cotswolds, Gloucestershire
As a leading animal rescue charity in the Cotswolds, they care for hundreds of abandoned, abused, and neglected animals each year. Their job is to make sure animals are cared for by providing them with a safe space, access to veterinary treatment, and plenty of love. Part of their job is to ensure animals are fully prepared before they are adopted. Lastly, they carefully match them to a new family to assure they find their forever home.
Facilities: In addition to their rehoming centre, they also run a once-weekly low-cost veterinary clinic, for individuals on means-tested benefits. These clinics impact on the local community by ensuring no animal is left to suffer because of the cost of treatment.
Candidate: The Registered Veterinary Nurse will be highly motivated and demonstrate the ability to deliver exceptional animal care. As a key member of the Animal Care Team, the post-holder will be forward-thinking, engaging, and inspiring.
Hours: Part-time, Thursday - Friday 8 am-4 pm
Sole Charge: None
Key Objectives & Responsibilities: The purpose of the role is to deliver a high standard of nursing care to their patients whilst supporting CDCH in meeting its charitable objectives.
- Assist with surgical procedures.
- Oversee the recording and replenishment of drug stock.
- Communicate with clients and maintain a high professional standard.
- Maintain a good working relationship with all stakeholders, both external and internal.
- Maintain a high standard of cleanliness within our veterinary facility.
- Facilitate Nurse Clinics to support our Welfare activities.
- Play a key role in the development of our Welfare offering across our area.
- Support the Veterinary Surgeon to deliver our welfare services.
- Responsible for the delivery of our Welfare service, ensuring we reach vulnerable animals across our entire area.
- Responsible for ensuring that all regulatory and compliance requirements are met for the operations of our Veterinary functions.
- Oversee the regular maintenance and service of our veterinary equipment.
- Under the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974, it is the duty of every employee to take reasonable care of themselves and others at work. This also includes taking care of equipment and reporting immediately any items not working.
Salary: Up to £23,000 p/a pro-rata (DOE)
Benefits Package: Full details to be discussed in the interview
Ref: JN -062022-25553
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