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RVT/ Experienced Veterinary Assistant

We are searching for a veterinary technician/ experienced assistant to join our team!

Our staff is talented, passionate, and excited to be a vital part of our community. We treat each patient like an individual and every client as a friend. We enjoy seeing them, getting to know them, and helping them with their pet care needs!

Our veterinary technicians and assistants are crucial members of our team who works directly with our animal patients, their owners, and our veterinary staff! The ideal candidate would possess a “go team!” attitude, be trustworthy, self-starting, punctual, and have strong communication and problem-solving skills.

The skills you will utilize include, but are not limited to: venipuncture, catheter placement, radiology, anesthesia monitoring, pet restraint, surgical preparation and assisting, dentistry, laboratory work, pharmacy, and compassionate care for our animal patients and their owners. If you love being on a united team and are committed to offering pets the best possible healthcare, we’d like to meet you!

Salary is based on skill set and experience.

Technician Requirements​:

  • Professional client communication and education obtaining medical histories and symptoms
  • Surgical assisting; preparing and maintaining the surgical environment in order to ensure an asepsis environment for both patient and personal safety
  • Anesthesia monitoring and endotracheal intubation
  • Nursing skills include: restraining patients, administering medications PO/IV/SUBQ/IM, applying and maintaining bandages, and providing high-quality physical and psychological needs of the patient during any hospitalization stay or visit
  • Pharmacy and pharmacology knowledge
  • Veterinary Technician Certification or Licensure (CVT, RVT, LVT, or LVMT)
  • Technician/ Assistant Responsibilities​:

  • Patient restraint
  • Assisting the doctor with exams
  • Taking radiographs
  • Collection and preparation of blood, urine, and feces samples for lab testing, culture, and/or microscopic examination
  • Drawing up vaccines
  • Maintaining the cleanliness of exam rooms and treatment areas
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