The Role

We have an exciting opportunity for a registered veterinary nurse to join us at Mainstone Veterinary Clinic! Your day to day role will include general nursing duties, anaesthetic monitoring/nurse clinics and reception support. The position is on a temporary basis covering maternity leave, with varying shifts across 30 hours a week and no out of hours work. The salary for this role is up to £19,000 depending on experience.

About Us

We are a friendly, first opinion, single site, small animal practice based in a beautiful market town on the edge of the New Forest in Southern Hampshire. We are RCVS inspected and approved practice, recognised by ISFM as a cat-friendly clinic and we operate from a purpose-designed converted barn. Our practise team consists of 4-5 vets, 5-6 nurses and a full reception/admin team.

When possible, we like to take part in local charity events and support and encourage visits to the practice for young people of various organisations including schools. The aim of our arranged practice visits is to raise awareness of the importance of pet health care and promote the veterinary profession.

Applicant Requirements

We require a qualified nurse who will be a team player, to join our already close-knit, friendly and supportive team.

Benefits – Subject to Pro Rata:

  • Increasing holiday based on length of service
  • CPD paid days and allowance
  • L&D opportunities through the IVC Evidensia Academy
  • Enhanced family-friendly policies, including maternity/paternity/adoption/shared parental and surrogacy pay
  • Birthday leave
  • RCVS Membership paid
  • VDS cover
  • Discounted veterinary fees
  • Various discounts including retail & gym memberships
  • Cycle to Work scheme
  • Service-related company sick pay
  • Initiatives focussed on employee wellbeing
  • Relocation packages
  • Career progression opportunities
  • As a BAME and LGBTQ+ inclusive employer, we are keen to hear from candidates from all minority and diverse groups. As a Disability Confident Employer, we are keen to hear from candidates with disabilities and long-term health conditions and would be happy to discuss any reasonable adjustments needed during the recruitment process.