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Veterinary Nurse Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire


All Pets Vet Care is seeking a new or experienced veterinary nurse to join its growing team of four vets and four RVNs in a friendly and supportive environment. Overlooking the beautiful Milford Haven harbour, the practice is close to the Pembrokeshire National Park and is a dream for anybody interested in watersports and outdoor pursuits.

The role is 36-40 hours a week (you choose) plus 1:5 weekends on call, with an impressive 1000 CPD allowance to help you grow. Areas of special development are encouraged, with nurses previously attending CPD events at BVNA Congress, BSAVA Congress, London Vet Show and Vet Fest. The successful candidate will receive Benenden Health membership and Peninsula's Health Assist to look after both your physical and your mental health, 30 days holiday (including bank holidays) and a salary of 19k-23k, depending on chosen hours and experience. A structured induction, so that you have time to adapt to your new job.



For more information or to apply for the position, email your CV to billa@allpetsvetcare.co.uk or call 01646 663 883 for an informal chat.

For the complete job description, visit www.allpetsvetcare.co.uk

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