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Position is for a Part time Veterinary Nursing Assistant (up to 16-20 hours per week) in a Small Animal One Vet Veterinary Practice. (We are not a VNAC Practice).

MUST be an Animal Lover, have a willingness to learn and be able to work as part of our small team.

Experience, including reception skills desirable but not essential as full training will be provided for the role.

Flexibility with working hours is essential. Working between the hours of 8.30am and 7.30pm Monday to Friday with some Saturday mornings on a rota basis working between 8.30am and 1.00pm. Uniform will be provided.

Holiday per year is pro rata on hours worked. Salary is dependent on experience.

Successful candidate will be initially employed on a trial basis.

The position includes the following;

  • General reception duties including the meeting and greeting of clients and their animals
  • Taking client payments
  • Basic computer work
  • Answering the phone and dealing with questions and queries
  • Filing and general paperwork
  • Admitting and discharging animals
  • Dispensing medication under supervision
  • Assisting the Vet and the nursing team
  • General Veterinary Nursing Assistant nursing duties
  • Keeping the surgery clean and tidy
  • Caring for ‘in patients’

To apply for the position please email a covering letter as to why you feel you would be the most suitable Candidate to join our small team along with your CV by clicking on Apply Now. 

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