Anaesthesia Registered Veterinary Nurse

Salary: £31,500 to £34,000 Dependent on qualifications

Job description

The role of an anaesthesia Registered Veterinary Nurse (RVN) is vital in providing patient care to those requiring anaesthesia for imaging and surgery within the hospital.  It requires the post holder to work closely with our clinical team to include the specialists, residents, interns, Senior RVNs, RVNs and Veterinary Care Assistants (VCAs). It is essential that the post holder is driven and motivated to learn and develop their clinical nursing skills and knowledge to an advanced level.  The role requires dedication and hard work to ensure the delivery of the highest level of patient care. This role is specifically an anaesthesia-based role and is focussed on providing the best care to patients receiving anaesthesia. The RVN in this position will work closely with the Clinical Nursing Instructor in Anaesthesia and the Senior Clinicians – Anaesthesia, learning and using advanced nursing skills, problem-solving and often time-critical action to ensure the safety and welfare of all patients.


24 days inclusive of bank holidays increasing to 26.5 days after 3 years’ service, CPD allowance, RCVS subscription, Employee Benefits include: Workplace pension scheme, Enhanced maternity/paternity leave, Recruitment referral reward scheme, Death in service scheme, Free parking and Weekly fresh fruit delivery.  Wellness program includes: On-line GP access, Unlimited mental health counselling, Savings and Discounts via BenefitHub, Employee Assistance Programme, healthcare benefits and annual flu jab.

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For more information or to arrange an informal chat or visit, please email Ruby Clarke at

If you wish to apply for this role then please email your CV and a covering letter to

Early applications are encouraged and we reserve the right to close for applications before the closing date.

Equality Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) Statement

At AURA, we believe in the power of diversity and inclusion to drive innovation and excellence. We are committed to building a workforce that embraces the world we live in. We provide equal opportunities for all applicants and employees, ensuring fair and unbiased recruitment processes and encouraging an inclusive work environment.

Job overview


£31,500 to £34,000 Dependent on qualifications


40 hours per week. 5 week rota working 4 days for 10 hours. The role will also be part of the general nursing rota in providing weekend, bank holiday and out of hours cover.

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