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Full and part-time veterinary nurses


Stowe Veterinary Group is an independent group of practices that comprises three surgical veterinary centres based in Stowmarket, Bury St Edmunds and Ipswich, with two smaller companion animal branches in Needham Market and Elmswell.

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. We can offer:-

A good remuneration package

OOH supplements paid in addition to your hourly wage

Staff discounts on veterinary services and pet shop sales

A friendly, supportive team environment with excellent prospects for your future career

Funded CPD

Paid RCVS registration fee

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 email your CV and covering letter for the attention of Jacqui Garrett at recruit@centralvet.com


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