£21,000 - £24,000
We are recruiting for a Permanent Registered Veterinary Nurses to join a practice in Manchester.
This is a full-time role working 35 - 40 hours per week with a weekend rota.
The Nurse would be joining a team of 2 Vets, 2 Nurses and a non-clinical support team.
It has facilities including Ultrasound, Digital X-ray, in house laboratory and ultrasonic dental!
They see wide variety of cases within the practice and their ethos is to provide a supportive and friendly environment for all team members.
They must have excellent customer service and communications skills.
£21,000 - £24,000
We are recruiting a permanent Veterinary Nurse to join a small animal practice in Urmston, Greater Manchester.
This is a full-time role working 35-40 hours per week with a small weekend rota.
£16 - £19 / Hour
We are recruiting a locum part time veterinary nurse for a small animal practice in Manchester.
April: All of the dates in April are available
- Team: Working alongside full Veterinary team
Vet Seekers act as an employment business and an employment agency for the supply of locum and permanent staff for the veterinary industry throughout the UK and overseas.
£35,000 - £55,000
Up to £55,000
This is a full-time position working 4 days per week and a 1:3 Saturday only rota.
There is a bank holiday rota which is shared with the other vets working in the practices across the region.
The role is mainly based in Chorlton however there is some branch work required.
The practice comprises of a team of 1 other Vet along with the support of two RVNS and reception.
The practices provide 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.
£26,000 - £29,000 pro rata
We are recruiting for a Permanent Registered Head Veterinary Nurse to join a small animal practice in Manchester.
This is an exciting opportunity for an RVN who is looking to take their next career step and be part of a forward-thinking practice which offers state of the art facilities.
The role involves leading the current dynamic team of three nurses as well as providing a variety of general nursing duties.
Clinical coaching is also an important aspect of the role and there is continual ongoing support available from the lead vet.