Salary: Up to £32,000 DOE with £5,000 Relocation Allowance
Package: Exciting benefits package available including 6.6 weeks annual leave, Increasing holiday allowance based on length of service, Your birthday as a paid day off, Relocation package up to £5000, 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 – their online encyclopaedia provider, All their Vets & Nurses can apply for research funding, Infection Prevention and Control Programme, Quality Improvement Programme, Professional Memberships VDS cover, RCVS fees paid, Pawsome Benefits – reward gateway giving discounts and cashback with 100’s of retailers, Pension – 5% Employee/3% Employer and Discounted staff pet care.
Type of Work: Small Animal Registered Veterinary Nurse
Job Details: This Practice are looking for a full time, dedicated and enthusiastic, registered veterinary nurse to join their team. Working across three practices within Inverness, you will join a well-established team working in rotation providing nurse consultations, theatre nursing and inpatient care.
They have three sites within Inverness so you will get to enjoy the hustle and bustle of a busy surgical site and the peacefulness of a consulting only surgery. No two days are the same giving you a varied workload and a good mix of cases.
You will be supported by a dedicated dispensary assistant so your time can be utilised doing what you do best; nursing.
Working up to 40 hours per week across 5days, the shifts are worked in rotation with the rest of the team. The opening hours are: 8am to 8pm Monday to Thursday, 8am to 6pm Friday and 8am to 4pm on a Saturday.
The weeknight OOH cover is shared between the team on a rota basis with a maximum of 1 evening per week.
The weekend OOH cover is shared with a neighbouring practice which means some weekends are on call and others are simply inpatient care.
The current OOH weekend rota is 1:10, with an inpatient weekend cover in between. Out of hours work is compensated with time off in lieu. In addition, you are paid overtime for every hour worked.
**Part time hours would be considered for the right candidate.
You must be a Registered Veterinary Nurse who wants the best for your patients and thrives in a busy practice. You will have excellent communication skills, follow instruction well and support your co-workers. If you are newly qualified, they can help you grow in your nursing career and build your confidence. If you have a few more years’ experience and have the desire to learn more, they will support you too.