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Animal Care Assistants

Animal Care Assistants

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If you are passionate about animals and providing outstanding patient care, then the role of animal care assistant (ACA) within one of our busy out-of-hours clinics or hospitals is for you. This hands-on position will see you assist the vets and nurses in the day-to-day running of our clinics and your duties will include cleaning and feeding the animals in our care, ensuring they are comfortable in their kennels, and helping the clinical staff with diagnostic and emergency procedures.

In this role, you will be in regular contact with worried pet owners so you must also be a good people person with compassion and empathy. In addition, you will also play a part in ensuring the smooth running of the clinic.

In return, you’ll get to work in a fast-paced environment that brings different challenges every night (and day) and alongside clinical colleagues who are committed to giving people and their pets the care and support they deserve, at the time they need it most. If we sound like the kind of company you’d like to be part of take a look at the vacancies section to see if we have any suitable openings for you.

Contact our recruitment team

If you would like to discuss any of our clinical support roles, call our recruitment team on 01383 841 181 or for more information email recruitment@vets-now.com.

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Working at Vets Now Farnham

Principal Nurse Manager

The one major positive is it’s never, ever boring in Farnham. If you’re looking for a challenging clinical role alongside people who have a real desire to do a great job and want to make a difference you’ll fit in well. The most important attribute is having a positive attitude. Kath Howie, Principal Nurse Manager, Farnham

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