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Experienced Veterinary Nurse – Stowmarket/Ipswich, Suffolk


Stowe Veterinary Group is an independent group of practices in Stowmarket, Bury St Edmunds and Ipswich and the surrounding areas.

This is a wonderful opportunity for qualified, experienced Veterinary Nurses to join a large and lively team that pride themselves on delivering an exceptional service to clients and patients.

We cover our own OOH with a flexible rota, focussed on giving staff a good work-life balance. Our nurses run a range of specialist clinics and are encouraged to become involved in everything on offer, including veterinary nurse education, diagnostic imaging, physiotherapy, hydrotherapy, etc.

Ideal candidates will have a great work ethic and a passion for delivering high levels of patient care. As an accredited training practice, an interest in coaching and mentoring student nurses would be highly advantageous. Full and part-time positions are available as well as ‘Out of Hours’ only opportunities.

Please take a look at our brochure to give you an idea about our practices and the area:
https://www.stowevets.co.uk/wearehiring/



For further information please contact Jacqui Garrett at: jacqui.garrett@stowevets.co.uk or call 07748 114151

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