Linnaeus Head Registered Veterinary Nurse in London, United Kingdom
Head Registered Veterinary Nurse
Salary from £27,000
23 Dec 2021
Small Animal , Practice , Veterinary
£20,000 - £24,999 , £25,000 - £29,999
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Our Bushey site is a thriving, high end, primary care practice. It is very well established, well-equipped practice with a team of 2/3 vets, 2 nurses and a dedicated Client Care team of 4.
Overview of the role:
To support, co-ordinate and lead the nursing team
Training staff and conducting performance reviews
Maintain an efficient and positive working environment
Implement and adhere to practice and group policies to ensure delivery of outstanding patient and client care
Full time position, 40 hours per week, plus share of weekends and evening inpatient checks (paid additionally)
The ideal candidate would have held a previous Head Nurse position, but we are very interested in hearing from experienced RVNs that wish to step up into a leadership role.
They should be confident in all areas of nursing and committed to delivering a very high standard of patient and client care.
Accommodation available, if required
Highly competitive salary
Five weeks annual leave plus bank holidays
Additional paid day off to celebrate your birthday
RCVS fees paid
Staff discount scheme
Workplace pension scheme
CPD allowance and in-house training
Access to over 150 hours pre recorded CPD delivered by our expert vets and nurses
Private medical insurance
Discounted gym membership
Access to Employee Assistance Programme
We are vets who care
We are a small, friendly team of vets and have been providing veterinary care in the area for over 30 years. Our aim is to provide a caring and quality veterinary service dedicated to the needs of our clients and their pets throughout all stages of their lives.
We do understand that coming into the clinic can potentially be an anxious time, particularly when your pet is ill, but we do our utmost to ensure each visit is as stress free and as positive an experience as possible.
All of our staff are pet owners themselves, so we understand that pets are honorary family members and that we want them to be as comfortable, happy and healthy as possible.
As with human medicine, prevention is better than cure. Regular health checks, keeping vaccines and anti-parasitic treatments up to date, using some sort of dental care (brushing, chews or dental biscuits) and monitoring bodyweight will help ensure your pet remains healthy and fulfils its maximum life expectancy.
When we do find disease, early detection and treatment usually mean less needs to be done to fix the problem, or for conditions that are managed rather than cured (eg arthritis, or chronic kidney disease) then early intervention increases longevity and slows down progression.
500 Uxbridge Road