Vacancy Details


Permanent Nurse in Hertfordshire

Permanent RVN vacancy in Hertfordshire.

Salary £31,500 - £33,600 (DOE)

Working hours are 42 hours/week, 8 hour days 4 or 5 days per week, 1:3 Saturdays and 1:9 Sundays.

You will have a minimum of 1 year`s post RVN registration, have experience of leading a team, mentoring experience Knowledge. You will be confident in the use of IT packages, email and online internet browsers, be highly organised with the ability to multitask, plan and prioritise effectively in accordance with business needs.

Your main goals will be to

Ensure the highest standard of care is provided 100% of the time to 100% of our patients.

Achieve the above whilst bearing in mind that the practice is a business and therefore costs need to be carefully monitored and managed sensibly at all times.

Maintain accurate client and patient records.

Provide an efficient, courteous, and helpful service to all clients, suppliers and external contacts, under all conditions at all times.

Participate with the admission and discharge process of patients, the accuracy of which is of vital importance.

To demonstrate a commitment to continued professional development.

Liaise between the nursing team and other teams within the practice to ensure effective lines of communication at all times.

Promote our services, employees and products, both in and out of the practice at all times.

Understand and implement practice and group policies.

Take an active role in the training programme of veterinary nurses and animal care/ kennel assistants.

Participate in relevant CPD appropriate to your role plus any training in-house, ensuring post training feedback forms are completed and where appropriate information is shared with team members. Person specification Health & safety

Be fully aware of all Health & Safety issues and read all information supplied Other (if applicable) GDPR Adhere to confidentiality relating to all aspect of the business including complying with and assisting with all requirements relating to GDPR compliance.

If interested please call 01280 850575 or email

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