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Permanent Veterinary Nurse (VETSEEK-40053)

Notting Hill, Greater London

Head Veterinary Nurse

£32,500 to £34,500 per annum

Full time / Permanent

Job description

Permanent Veterinary Nurse - Notting Hill, London

  • Are you a qualified and RCVS registered veterinary nurse?
  • Are you looking to join an established small animal practice?

Are you looking for…

  • A great salary of up to £34,500?
  • An excellent work-life balance?
  • A generous CPD allowance?

We are recruiting on behalf of a small animal practice in Notting Hill for a Permanent Veterinary Nurse to join their team.

The practice is looking for an empathetic and ambitious RVN who has good experience working in a small animal practice. The role will involve all aspects of nursing and you will be prepared to develop your skills by collaborating with the wider team. You will perform your nursing duties with confidence to provide the gold standard of care to the practice's loyal clients by assisting vets in surgical procedures. You must have excellent attention to detail and organisational skills. Your main duties will involve assisting in the operating theatre, consulting, managing day-to-day running of the practice and clinical coaching.

The role is full time for 4 days per week, along with 1 in 6 weekends. There will be no OOH work or on-call duties.

Benefits of the role:

The practice provides a high standard of clinical care and pride themselves on having staff members who stand apart from the rest and have a real passion and vision for how they work. They provide ongoing training and support to all team members through dedicated training centres.

All staff also benefit from the access to the best diagnostic equipment such as MRI machines and CT scanners and state of the art operating theatres in their nearest state-of-the-art animal hospital.

Key details

  • Type: Small animal
  • Hours: Full time, 4 days per week
  • Weekends: 1 in 6 weekends
  • OOH: None
  • Branch work: N/A
  • Computer system: Freedom
  • Consultations: 15 minutes
  • Team: 2 vets, 1 PCA and a supportive non-clinical team

About them

  • Large community of highly skilled veterinary professionals
  • Committed, forward thinking and deliver clinical excellence
  • Offers continual training with professional development along with a dedicated training centre
  • Provides advanced veterinary diagnostic equipment including MRI machines and state of the art operating theatres
  • Career progression opportunities available
  • Provides continual ongoing training to ensure personal growth and development
  • Provides state of the art diagnostic equipment

About you

  • You will have a friendly and compassionate attitude and be approachable
  • You will demonstrate leadership qualities
  • You will be passionate and focused on developing and supporting team members
  • You will be looking for a role to take on more responsibility
  • You will have a good amount of small animal nursing experience in all aspects of nursing
  • You will be ambitious to continue with further education and training
  • You will be forward thinking, motivated, passionate with a genuine interest in animal welfare
  • You must be motivated and passionate about your work and share this and promote this ethos with other members of staff
  • You will enjoy working as part of a team
  • You will have a genuine passion for animal welfare
  • You will consistently deliver a high standard of clinical care
  • You will be caring, adaptable, hardworking, and reliable
  • You will have excellent communication and customer interfacing skills


The practice is fully equipped with all the latest diagnostic equipment and there is a wide range of state-of-the-art services available, including:

  • Dentistry
  • In-house laboratory
  • Microchipping
  • Neutering
  • Orthopaedics
  • Ultrasound
  • Vaccinations
  • X-ray


  • Salary: Up to £34,500 per annum, commensurate to experience
  • Holidays: 33 days annual leave, including bank holidays
  • CPD: Generous allowance of £750 with 3 days to attend
  • Memberships: RCVS, VDS and BVNA fees paid
  • Workplace pension scheme
  • Access to a learning and development platform
  • Access to employee assist programme
  • Internal courses available ongoing
  • Attendance bonus schemes
  • Exclusive company discounts and rewards scheme

Must haves:

  • RCVS registered and qualified or soon to be
  • Possess the right to work in the United Kingdom
  • Have excellent verbal and written communication skills

What happens next?

CLICK APPLY NOW or if you have any pre-application questions or if this role is not quite right for you, please contact the Vet Seekers team (details below) to discuss your veterinary career aspirations further.

Please quote job reference: 40053

T: 0333 014 7374

E: hello@vetseekers.co.uk

W: www.vetseekers.co.uk


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Vet Seekers was established in 2016 and is a multi-award-winning specialist veterinary recruitment agency (2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023) and acts as an employment business for the supply of locum and permanent staff for the veterinary industry across the UK and overseas.

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