Vet Nurse Vacancies
Find your next role with us. There are more than 440 Vets4Pets practices across the UK of all shapes and sizes.
With more than 440 practices across the country, of all shapes and sizes, we’re proud to have more than 1,400 vet nurse colleagues across our Group. Some even run their own practice!
All Vets4Pets and Companion Care practices are locally run by a Joint Venture Partner. As a veterinary nurse, this lets you:
- Work with a practice owner who has clinical freedom and the autonomy to do things his or her own way
- Enjoy the benefits that come from being part of a large, respected organisation
We help our nurse colleagues thrive
We know first-hand the tremendous contribution vet nurses make to the smooth running of a practice and to animal health and welfare. We’re therefore committed to recognising and celebrating these contributions and to providing our nurse colleagues with learning opportunities specific to them. Our annual Vet Nurses Conference (a Vets4Pets-only event) offers a full day of industry-leading CPD.
Find your next role with us
Our goal is to help you find a role that fits you in a practice where you can thrive doing the job you were trained to do…the job you want to do…the job you love to do.
If you're a qualified nurse and would simply like to have an informal chat about working with us, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Otherwise, search below for a wide range of great opportunities across the country.
There are more than 440 Vets4Pets practices across the UK locally run by a Joint Venture Partner who enjoys autonomy and clinical freedom.
Joint Venture Partnership
Run your own practice with freedom and independence and benefit from being part of a large family of veterinary and business professionals.
Working with animals can be tough, but a Veterinary Nurse is a highly-rewarding career that brings many interesting opportunities.
Meet our nurse colleagues
Ecuador changed my life
Head Nurse Simon talks about his experience volunteering with Go Pawesome in Ecuador.
It's all about the animals
RVN Alison is just as passionate today about the vet nursing profession as the day she started her training.
Improving vet nurse training
Ali aims to make the education process as good as possible for each and every student nurse.