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Qualified RVN
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Fyrnwy Equine Clinic are looking for a qualified RVN to lead the nursing team at our referral clinic in Shrewsbury.
Job Number:
0860
Job Category:
Nurse
Job Type:
Full Time
Area:
West Midlands
Published:
12/17/2018

Job Description

An equine veterinary nurse, or small animal veterinary nurse with equine experience, is required at our rapidly expanding referral clinic in Shropshire. Our nursing team play a key part in our inpatient care and participate in a wide range of clinical procedures (in both clinic and ambulatory settings). These include lameness workups, diagnostic imaging, neonatal intensive care and surgery (including colic surgery).  As our clinic continues to expand and the roles of our nurses change, we are particularly keen to find a candidate with management experience or somebody looking for the career progression of a head nurse position. Experience of advanced imaging, including MRI, would also be desirable.

Please apply to office@fyrnwy.co.uk with your CV and a covering letter explaining why your skills and experience would make you a good applicant for this role. Please include details of two referees.

COMPANY INFORMATION

Fyrnwy Equine Group is a fifteen-vet practice that covers Shropshire, Cheshire, the West Midlands, and Central and North Wales. Our clinic is based just north of Shrewsbury and the veterinary and nursing teams are supported by our board-certified RCVS and European specialists in equine medicine and surgery. The practice provides care for a huge variety of horses and owners, including some of the UK’s biggest stud farms, international eventers, dressage riders, show-jumpers, pleasure horses, companion ponies and charities. 




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