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UK Vet Nurse (RCVS registered)

Love travel?

Enjoy teaching?

Want to make an impact around the world?

Due to expanding our international missions, we are looking for a self-motivated, organised, passionate nurse who enjoys mixing clinical practice with administration and planning. 

The details

  • Remote role

  • Travel to our project locations is a part of this role

  • 3 to 5 days a week whilst at home

  • Spend one or months abroad annually

  • Salary £20,000 + for full time role, based on experience.

Key responsibilities:

  • Planning, coordinating and helping run international missions

  • Prepare volunteers for travel

  • Teach students

  • Newsletters, articles and podcasts

  • Representing  at colleges and conferences

  • Coordinate, collect and send donations

Requirements

  • UK (RCVS) registered vet nurse

  • Able to travel (fully funded) at least one month per year to our global clinics and courses

  • Clinically confident and competent with small animal work

  • Eager to be involved with wildlife work/conservation

  • Enthusiastic about social media and content creation

  • Past experience on outreach missions and with non-profit development/fundraising is beneficial

  • UK driving licence

As a UK registered non-profit and an American registered charity, we are looking for a person committed to improving  global animal welfare. As part of this role  you will get to visit our project locations like costa Rica, Thailand, India, South Africa and Peru, to support our outreach work, teach students and local nurses. You will make a real impact to the lives of animals living in tough situations, and be part of a enthusiastic and fun team of animal lovers and conservationists. 

This job has a 3 month probation period, if successfully passed you will move onto a rolling contract. 

To apply

 

  • CVs to work@worldwidevets.com

  • Please include a short covering letter

  • Applications are open until 12th April 2024.

Kindly note, you will only receive a response from Worldwide Vets if further details are requested or you are offered an interview.

Looking to help for a shorter time abroad?

Veterinary students volunteering with wildlife zebra in Africa
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