JHP Recruitment
Published
November 28, 2019
Location
Worcestershire, United Kingdom
Category
Nurse  
Job Type
Responsibilities
General Nursing Duties
Industry
Veterinary
Work hours
To be confirmed
Salary
Salary Dependant on Experience
Salary currency
GBP
County
Worcestershire
Skills
Veterinary Nursing
Qualifications
RCVS Registered

Description

Are you a self-motivated hard working individual that seeks a challenge? Then this may be the position for you! My client is seeking a OOHs Registered Nurse/ Second Year Student Nurse.

This is a small animal practice with hydrotherapy and an OOHs service where they not only cover their own OOHs but OOHs for local nearby practices as well. They are seeking either a Registered Veterinary Nurse or a confident second year student nurse to be their vets’ second pair of hands, and support animals and clients in the most critical hours.

What they can offer you?

  • Generous CPD allowance
  • Paid RCVS memberships
  • Four week holidays (to include bank holidays)
  • £20,000-£25,000-Dependant on experience and qualification levels
  • The choice of working a full week to include a week off after nights and a week or two weeks of day work. They are open to suggestions and ideas as this is a new role. Help them decide and be part of the challenge!

Endoscopy, radiography, ultrasound, orthopaedic work, dentistry (they encourage nurses to carry out scale and polishing). You will be carrying out schedule three tasks under the guidance of a veterinary surgeon.

What would be expected of you?

  • Onsite, this is an awake shift not a sleeping shift
  • Handover from the evening staff (nurses and vets)
  • You would have sole charge of the phones, answering calls from clients, creating a record of the phone calls and then referring onto the duty vet. They like initiative so an RVN would be able to screen any ‘non emergency calls’ for example my puppy has worms!
  • Inpatient care, the role would be at the branch so you would have all the facilities in order to care for inpatients, a separate canine, feline and isolation ward
  • Caring for patients that have had orthopaedic procedures
  • Deep cleaning of wards/theatres and equipment on nights that aren’t as busy

This is an excellent opportunity to develop your emergency OOHs experience, with the added bonus of creating a work life pattern that could be just perfect for you! They encourage nurses that work the night shifts to keep a hand in day work, so if you wanted all night work then they can discuss further about the possibility of day work shifts e.g. one a month to ensure that you feel supported and part of the team!

For more information, call Joe on 01392 793733 or email your CV to joe@jhprecruitment.com
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