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Head Veterinary Nurse (full-time) - Radlett, Hertfordshire

We are looking for an experienced head veterinary nurse to join us at Battlers Green Veterinary Centre, a proudly independent small animal/exotics practice based in Hertfordshire.

You will be part of a small, friendly team consisting of one full-time vet, one part-time vet, one nurse, one student nurse, one veterinary care assistant and one receptionist. Our spacious and purpose-built practice benefits from high-spec, modern equipment.

As our head nurse, your workload will be a good mix of clinical and administrative roles. You will have a minimum three years' experience, and ideally be clinical coach trained.

You will be working a 40-hour week, with the option to work across four days or five shorter days. You will only work one in two Saturday mornings, with no out-of-hours working. The role and its hours are negotiable.

What we can offer:

  • Salary DOE (35,000+)
  • 21 days, all bank holidays and your birthday off
  • RCVS and VDS fees paid
  • Funded CPD training
  • Employee discounts on food, medicine and services

If you are interested, please contact us at jon@battlersgreenvet.co.uk

For more about us, visit our website and take our interactive practice tour battlersgreenvet.co.uk

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    Blog SpotRabbit Awareness Week (RAW) is returning this summer, running from 24-28 June 2024. The theme for this year will be 'Healthy Diet, Happy Bunnies'.

    The focus on rabbits' diet comes after the most recent PDSA Animal Wellbeing (PAW) Report report revealed that 42 per cent of veterinary professionals identified inappropriate diet as one of the five most important rabbit welfare issues that need to be address.

    The campaign will include veterinary blogs, videos, and digital waiting room resources. Practices can sign up to receive updates about RAW.

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