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Cave Veterinary Specialists George's Farm
2.4 out of 5
Cave Veterinary Specialists George's, Wellington, Wellington TA21
Full-time
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Job type

  • Full-time

Shift and schedule

  • Night shift

Location

Cave Veterinary Specialists George's, Wellington, Wellington TA21

Full job description

If you are a current Linnaeus Associate, you will need to apply internally. In order to do this, please contact our Talent Acquisition team (details can be found via The Link) and someone will be in touch to discuss and progress your application.

Cave is a multidisciplinary referral hospital located in the South West offering neurology, oncology, internal medicine, surgery, cardiology, dermatology and anaesthesia referrals.

We are so proud of the team and culture that we have, working closely together to provide support to referring Veterinary Surgeons and high quality, contextualised care for patients in the South West.

Cave is lucky to have state of the art equipment in order to support the diagnosis and treatment of the patients as well as a highly skilled and knowledgeable team.

The patient care assistant role is to support the Nurse and Clinician teams with the care of patients as well as maintenance of the clinical areas.

Cave currently has a team of 9 PCA's who's role is pivotal in delivering quality care to the patients that enter our doors.

Specifically, a night PCA supports the night team with care of the patients. They are 12hour shifts with a 7 night on, 7 night off rotation. This includes an hours break. The successful candidate will work alongside two RVN's and another PCA for 5 nights and two RVN's for the 2 nights over the weekend. We also have a twilight RVN Tuesday-Friday 3pm-12am.

There would be a 4 week rotation of days for the successful candidate to enable us to provide the appropriate training, to equip the associate to thrive in their role. This includes inpatient care and maintenance of the wards area, CPR training to support the night team in an emergency situation, assisting with the processing of lab samples, assisting the teams in the clinical area and instrument prep.

Being part of Linnaeus, Cave is supportive and encouraging of development and progression. With the support of the central team, we actively encourage the PCA team to complete the wide array of training opportunities in order to develop knowledge and skillset. This enables us to offer the PCA role as a career. We are also aware that the PCA role is also often a stepping stone into nursing and are keen to provide a great starting block for this.

We are proud to be Linnaeus, part of Mars. Linnaeus is a forward-thinking group of highly respected primary care and specialist referral practices in the UK and Ireland. Being family owned and part of Mars Veterinary Health, the largest veterinary company in the world, allows us to focus on advancing the veterinary profession to provide industry-leading pet care and unique career opportunities for our people. Why Linnaeus? - We pride ourselves in offering high-quality excellence of service and clinical care for our clients and their pets - We lead on sustainability and collectively drive positive change for people, pets and the planet - We prioritise your mental health and wellbeing – valuing equity, diversity and inclusion - We support your personal and professional development with best-in-class career frameworks and training programmes. We will empower and support you to grow your career from day one. We team up within our Mars family in partnership for a stronger future. Linnaeus is an equal-opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment. We treat each other fairly and equitably and we are committed to fostering a culture that is inclusive and diverse for all our Associates. At Linnaeus, A BETTER WORLD FOR PETS starts with a better world for our people. If you would like to apply for this role, please click the Apply Button or for more information, please feel free to reach out directly to our Talent Acquisition team at careers@linnaeusgroup.co.uk
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