Registered Veterinary Nurse, Wards (Maternity cover) – Guildford
Are you a dedicated, compassionate Registered Veterinary Nurse looking for a unique opportunity to work within wards in a forward-thinking oncology and soft tissue team in Guildford, Surrey?
At Fitzpatrick Referrals, you can develop your clinical nursing skills and experience within our patient-focused framework. This is a ward-based position, delivering nursing care to our medical and surgical oncology and soft tissue patients. You will work within the ward team and be required to deliver advanced nursing care to emergency and critical care patients. No previous referral experience is required.
This position is perfect for those who wish to develop their inpatient nursing knowledge and skills to the next level and have a particular interest in critical care nursing. We offer continuous support in an induction period tailored to your individual experience and requirements. We are dedicated to teaching and learning and your training will continue throughout your career at Fitzpatrick’s.
The role is 40 hours a week maternity cover starting February 2021, working four 10 hour shifts per week to include weekends and bank holidays on a rotational basis.
We offer a competitive salary, funded and encouraged CPD including free access to VET Festival, payment of your RCVS registration, a work-based pension scheme, life assurance, an employee assistance programme, company sick pay and free onsite parking.
For more information or to arrange an informal chat or visit, please email Carly at [email protected]
To apply please email your CV and a covering letter to [email protected] stating Guildford hospital and which role you are applying for in the email subject line, by 12pm on Friday 12th March 2021.
Early applications are encouraged as interviews can be set up immediately. We reserve the right to close for applications before the closing date.
Meet the nurses
See if referral nursing is for you. Read about the experiences of some of our more newly qualified RVNs when they first joined Fitzpatrick Referrals and of one of our senior ward nurses.