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ACOVENE brings international recognition to accreditated institutions. Our accreditation opens doors to students.

Dear Madam/Sir

We would like to recruit a veterinary nurse with a degree from your institute as it is automatically accepted by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons for registration as a veterinary nurse to work in the United Kingdom.

There is a shortage of veterinary nurses currently in the London area, so we are wondering whether you could place a note on your board for us that we are looking for a veterinary nurse in West London.

The surgery is called Companion Care Brentford and we are looking for a nurse to work in our modern, well equipped veterinary surgery with 3 vets, 4 nurses, 3 receptionists, digital x-ray, inhouse laboratory and Doppler ultrasound. We are a 100% small animal practice. Salary would be around 30 000 euros per year. Fluent English is necessary and we only accept applicants who have been trained at Abivet. Our website is http://www.companioncare.co.uk/brentford.html

Applicants could send their CV to this email address,  attila.wurth@companioncare.co.uk

Thank you very much for your help,

Sincerely yours

Attila Wurth

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