Registered Veterinary Nurse - New Hospital based in South Dublin!

Location Dublin
Discipline: Veterinary Nurses
Job type: Permanent
Salary: Up to €32k + Benefits!
Contact name: Sophie Gould

Contact email:
Job ref: SGNGRVN
Published: 9 months ago

​**​Are you a Registered Veterinary Nurse looking for a Varied Workload in a Brand New Hospital Facility in a Popular Location of Ireland? **


Lloyd & Cowan are pleased to be working with a Well Established, Independently run veterinary practice in the South of Dublin. In the phase of building their Brand New Veterinary Hospital, 100% Small Animal Work. They deal with first opinion and referrals in cardiology, dermatology, endoscopy & imaging - a busy practice with a varied workload.

The Role:

  • We are looking for a Registered Veterinary Nurse to welcome to this amazing team of Vets, Nurses & ANAs.

  • This is a chance to be involved in an exciting adventure as part of a very friendly and supportive team.

  • You will have a varied caseload, in a busy 1st opinion/referral hospital, with plenty of support from the team.


  • Join a Fully-Equipped Brand New Veterinary Hospital, with a supportive & friendly team.

  • Up to €32k per annum year (FTE)

  • VCI & Subscription Fees covered

  • CDP Allowance & Leave throughout the Year

  • Particular Interests & Development is heavily encouraged

  • Generous Holiday Entitlement

*Plenty more Info on the Team & Practice Available, Apply Today**

If you wish to apply send a CV through the link with a mention of when you will be available for a registration call.

For a confidential discussion about our opportunities call Sophie on 07519119233 or email a CV to sophie@lloydandcowan.comIf this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us on 02887658068.If you know someone else who may be interested, why not pass this advert on to them.

If we successfully place someone, you've referred to us; we'll give you £200 in high street vouchers as a way of saying thank you.

All applications will be treated in the STRICTEST CONFIDENCE.