As an ECC vet nurse, you’ll work with ECC experts to treat cases you don’t see in daytime practice. With flexible shift patterns, you can boost your career and confidence while enjoying the healthy work-life balance you deserve.
What you'll do
There are no average days in ECC, but one thing is consistent: you'll always be at the core of clinical treatment.
- Triaging patients
- Performing diagnostic tests
- Nursing critical patients
- Monitoring anaesthetic for emergency procedures
- Carrying out blood transfusions
- Nursing toxicity cases
- Assisting with emergency surgeries
- Nursing trauma cases
What you'll get in return
You can't put a price on saving a pet's life - but working out of hours does have its challenges. That's why as an emergency vet nurse at Vets Now, your hard work will be rewarded.
- A competitive salary
- 7 weeks' annual leave (pro rata)
- £1125 annual CPD allowance
- Private medical cover
- Generous pension contributions
- Your professional memberships covered
- Discounted treatment for staff pets
- Death in service of 2x annual salary
- Company sick pay scheme
- Your birthday off
- Six months maternity leave
- Regional allowances
Head vet nurse
Help maintain clinical excellence and drive improvements in nursing standards. As head vet nurse, you'll lead vet nurses, ACAs and reception teams while managing the day-to-day running of your clinic.
As a district manager, you'll lead several clinics, taking on multiple managerial duties. You'll drive nursing standards, and have the chance to focus on the commercial and operational sides of running a district.
Specialist vet nurse
Dogs, cats, small animals... Pregnancy, anaesthesia, trauma and toxicity... you'll see it all in ECC. The skills and experience you gain can be a great stepping stone to your chosen specialism.