Permanent Registered Veterinary Nurse - Oxfordshire

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  • Sector:

    Veterinary Nurse

  • Job type:

    Permanent Full-Time

  • Start date:


  • End date:


  • Salary:

    Up to £30,000 (DOE)

  • Contact:

    James Gordon

  • Contact email:

  • Job ref:

    JN -112023-30081

  • Published:

    2 months ago

  • Expiry date:


Permanent Registered Veterinary Nurse - Oxfordshire

Type: Small Animal

Location: Oxfordshire

Practice Type: Part of a group

Facilities: The Veterinary Surgery is a purpose-built small animal first opinion practice that opened its doors to business in 2014. The practice has a large reception with separate dog and cat areas, separate dog and cat wards, a large prep room with an isolation kennel, an imaging room, a dental theatre, and a surgical theatre.

Team: The team consists of 2.75 full-time Vets, 4.5 full-time Nurses, and one Practice Manager. Two of the Vets are studying for small animal medicine certificates. They are a small, friendly team who get on well both in and out of the practice.

Role: The job role offers a varied caseload of work within a small team of Vets and Nurses. The day-to-day duties include caring for inpatients, surgical nursing, anaesthesia, nursing clinics, reception, and much more.

Hours: The rota involves working 40 hours over 4 days per week, Monday to Friday between the hours of 07:45 to 18:00. There is a shared Saturday morning (currently 1 in 8 Saturdays) from 08:15 to 13:00. No OOH.

Salary: Up to £30,000 (DOE)

Benefits - Subject to Pro Rata:

  • 6.6 weeks annual leave
  • Increasing holiday allowance based on length of service
  • Your birthday is a paid day off
  • Enhanced family-friendly policies, including maternity/paternity/adoption/shared parental and surrogacy pay
  • Private Medical Insurance
  • Cycle to Work scheme
  • Initiatives focused on employee wellbeing, including discounted gym membership
  • Non-accidental injury support
  • £550 CPD allowance with 3 days paid pro rata
  • Certificate support
  • Learning and development opportunities
  • Access to Vetlexicon
  • All Vets & Nurses can apply for research funding
  • Infection Prevention and Control Programme
  • Quality Improvement Programme

Ref: JN -112023-30081

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