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Emergency Contact Centre

Emergency Contact Centre

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The contact centre is the first touch point for concerned pet owners during their time of need, ensuring the client is offered the opportunity to visit one of our many Vets Now clinics across the UK for reassurance and veterinary guidance.

In this role, it will be your responsibility to guide the client through their journey and provide the best information possible for their individual situation. You’ll be supported by team leaders and our team of veterinary nurses who are always on-hand to provide clinical guidance.

Due to the nature of the calls, it’s important you are able to communicate effectively in a calm and reassuring tone even under pressure. You’ll also be someone who thrives on being part of a close-knit team, enjoys building rapport with others and working in a fast-paced and ever-expanding business.

In return, you’ll get to work in a friendly, welcoming environment that brings different challenges every night (and day) and alongside colleagues who are committed to giving people and their pets the care and support they deserve when 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 call centre roles, call our recruitment team on 01383 841181 or for more information email recruitment@vets-now.com.

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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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