Job ID: AM - 13179

Tamworth, Staffordshire, UK


Contract Type


Salary (Annual)

£30,000 - £30,000


36 - 39

Practice Type

1st Opinion


No Accommodation

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Abbie McGrath

01626 242551

Registered Veterinary Nurse (RVN)

The Package

Salary up to £30,000 (Annual)

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  • 5 weeks holiday plus bank holidays and Birthday Leave
  • RCVS and VDS fees paid
  • External CPD funded
  • Extensive free online Linnaeus CPD program
  • Career progression opportunities
  • Staff discount schemes
  • Life Assurance
  • Enhanced sickness pay
  • Enhanced equal family leave
  • E-car salary sacrifice scheme
  • Employer contribution pension scheme
  • Recruitment referral reward scheme
  • Wellness program including:
  • Employee assistance program
  • Eyecare voucher scheme
  • Free annual Flu jab
  • Cycle to work scheme

Job Description

Are you interested in joining a supportive nursing team that maximises the skills of its nurses?

An exceptional opportunity has arisen for a Registered Veterinary Nurse to join a friendly and supportive team on a 12-month fixed-term contract!

This is an exciting opening for a Registered Veterinary Nurse to provide excellent patient care, support the practice, and meet the needs of clients.

While the primary focus is on caring for cats and dogs across the Staffordshire area, occasional attention is given to small furriers and even the occasional chicken!

Each day presents new challenges and experiences…

As an RVN, the role involves participation in an 8-week rolling rota, encompassing a variety of routine, advanced, and emergency critical care cases. Typically, at least one day per week is dedicated to surgery, depending on individual interests.

Regular veterinary meetings are held, providing opportunities for support and the exchange of clinical knowledge and case discussions. Maintaining case continuity is a priority, with a focus on fostering strong relationships with clients.

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