Vet Nurse - Full-time - Swanson Road Vet Clinic

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Swanson Road Vet Clinic is looking for a Full-time Veterinary Nurse to join our nursing team!

Swanson Road Vet Clinic is located in West Auckland, New Zealand. We are dedicated to providing the very best medical care for your pets in Henderson.
 
We are seeking a Permanent Full-time Vet Nurse to commit to around 40 hours per week and form an integral part of our small veterinary practice
 
The role would suit someone looking for a start in vet nursing or somebody with industry experience looking for a change. The successful candidate would be expected to have excellent phone manners, animal handling skills and good work ethics.
 
Your key responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:
  • Provide effective support to veterinarians in all aspects of veterinary nursing, including anaesthetic monitoring, animal handling, IV catheter placement and blood collection.
  • Maintain an excellent level of patient care and customer service at all times, treating every patient as if they were your own.
  • Maintain a consistently high level of organisation and cleanliness in the hospital and kennel areas at all times. 

What’s on offer?
  • Competitive remuneration, commensurate with experience
  • Access to one of the strongest networks of veterinary professionals
  • Access to our Employee Assistance Program
  • CPD allowance
  • Free access to our state of the art training facilities.
  • Staff benefits
  • Staff health insurance (after qualifying period)

 
What you can offer us:
  • Certificate or Diploma in Vet Nursing and registration to practice in New Zealand
  • An experienced Vet Nurse with at least 1 years’ practical experience is desired
  • A commitment to providing exceptional patient care
  • Exceptional communication and client relationship building skills
 
For further information, please visit  https://www.vetclinicswanson.co.nz/
 
Apply Now!
 
Please apply online with your CV & Cover Letter or via email to kendell.hunt@vetpartners.com.au