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Arlington Veterinary Hospital
Date posted April 17, 2019
Arlington Veterinary Hospital is mixed animal practice located in Arlington, Washington. The small community is warm, caring, and embraces our practice philosophy. We are a rapidly growing veterinary hospital and need excited and enthusiastic team members. Client education and understanding is very important so that we can serve our patients better. We see primarily small animals in our hospital and a few farm calls out the rural community. We are an advanced hospital using new technology including ultrasound, cold laser therapy, and digital radiography. We are a close knit family and we are looking for someone that is willing to work with our team, have fun, and learn new things. Our schedule consists of 4 days a week working 9-9.5 hours a day (8:30-6:00 p.m. with a 1 hour scheduled lunch break.) Rotating in one Saturday a month from 8:45 a.m.-1:30 p.m. A license is required and duties are consistent with a small animal veterinary technician including radiology, anesthesia, surgery nurse, dental procedures including dental radiography and minor extractions, vaccinations, surgical prep, and client education. As our large animal practice grows, we will offer further training for large animal technical work.
Continuing education is very important so after your introductory period, you will be awarded a CE allowance. Pay is based on experience ($16-23/hour). We currently offer a Simple retirement plan and paid vacation after the first year. Health insurance is offered after 60 days. We offer an incredible pet care discount. Must be able to lift 50 lbs and stand for periods of time. Standard veterinary technician skills and license required.
If you are interested in working for a great team in a wonderful environment, please send resumes to 7728 204th St NE Ste B, Arlington, WA, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Animal Emergency Care, Bellingham, WA
Posted April 15, 2019
Animal Emergency Care is proud to offer quality and compassionate care across every aspect of our business. We are a busy, after-hours emergency veterinary hospital. Our standards for both compassion and quality extend to patients and patient parents as well as our employees. A career at Animal Emergency Care sets you up for continued growth and expansion of knowledge.
Our hospital is unique in our approach to employment. Policies are not dictated to employees because employees aid in the creation and amendments of each and every policy outside of legal, safety, and employee benefits matters. Career development meetings are held to help our employees grow. Annual performance reviews are not a part of our culture because training is provided continuously throughout employment, and employees are coached by employees when problems occur. An employee should never feel graded and should always know how our company feels about her or his progression.
Animal Emergency Care is looking to add a licensed veterinary technician to our already amazing team. Veterinary technicians are responsible for every aspect of treatment throughout patient’s medical care. Veterinary technicians are offered experience unrivaled in our area, and we encourage our team to learn something new every day. As an employee of our company, you are encouraged to ask questions and expand your skills as well as your intellect at every possible opportunity.
A successful career as a veterinary technician at Animal Emergency Care requires:
- Washington State Licensure
- Minimum of two-year’s clinical experience
- Desire to always seek the highest standards of medicine for our patients
- Ability to approach each patient, co-worker, and pet parent with compassion
- Drive to expand your mind at every opportunity
A veterinary technician should come to Animal Emergency Care with some solid set of skills in her or his toolkit and be prepared to expand on these skills. Many veterinary technicians applying to our company are capable of venipuncture, monitoring anesthesia, and patient care, and Animal Emergency Care allows you the opportunity to expand these skills to allow you to work with the sickest of sick patients.
All employees are provided the following benefits:
- Set schedules
- Paid time off up to 120 hours annual based on work load with 80 hours allowed to roll over annually
- Life insurance equivalent to annual salary, paid entirely by employer
- Long term disability insurance, paid entirely by employer
- Simple IRA with matching up to 3% contribution by employer after two years employment
- Veterinary health benefits
- Paid Licensure Fees
- Uniform Allowance ($50.00 part time, $100.00 full time) and AEC branded jacket provided
- CE Allowance ($250.00 part time LVT, $500.00 full time LVT) in addition to company sponsored programs.
- Full time employees are provided the following benefits:
- Medical Insurance, 75% employer paid
- Dental Insurance, 75% employer paid
- Vision Insurance, 75 % employer paid
- Paid Memberships (IVECCS, NAVTA for LVT)
Full time licensed veterinary technician must work 32 hours a week on average over each quarter including paid time off and training times.
Animal Emergency Care recognizes the value of investing in our employees. Are you looking for adventure? Drive? A sense of purpose within the veterinary community? We have the ability to set you up with the career you deserve.
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time
Salary: $20.00 to $25.00 /hour for LVT
$15.00 to $20 /hour for unlicensed based on experience
Please send your resume or CV to us for consideration. We respond to every applicant, so please do not become discouraged if you have not hear back promptly from a member of our administrative team.
Animal Emergency Care
2152 Meridian Street
Suite 105, Box 179
Bellingham, WA 98226
Bear Creek Animal Clinic, Ashland, OR
Date posted April 8, 2019
Full time position with benefits. We do not work weekends, nights or emergency. Typical work week is 4, ten hour days. Oregon CVT certification is required, or the ability to sit for the test within 12 months. Current x-ray certification is desired.
We practice a high level of general medicine along with advanced dental services. We fully utilize and value our CVT's. We cater to small animal and exotics owning clientele with emphasis on preventative medicine. We use Avimark software and have Idexx in-house testing equipment. We have easy access to specialists and a 24 hour emergency and critical care facility.
Ashland is in a beautiful part of Oregon, close to Crater Lake National Park and the Pacific Crest Trail. The area offers a wide assortment of outdoor activities including skiing, rafting, hiking and world class salmon fishing.
It is also home to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and has an active theater and concert community. Our weather is akin to Northern California with many sunny days
Competitive wage, medical insurance, paid sick leave and holidays, flexible spending account (FSA). Vacation after 12 months, retirement matching after 36 months.
Please email cover letter and resume to email@example.com
4 Paws Veterinary Clinic, Vashon, WA
Posted April 5, 2019
Experienced, licensed Vet Tech with excellent references needed for brand new, non- corporate, fear free practice on the beautiful island of Vashon.
Vashon Island is a wonderful community of animal lovers and can be accessed from West Seattle, Tacoma, Downtown Seattle or Port Orchard. We pay ferry tickets. Practice is in a 4000 square foot building on one acre of land close to down town Vashon. Fully equipped with digital radiology and dental radiology and in-house Idexx equipment.
Single doctor paperless practice that practices highest quality of medicine and surgery with emphasis on fear free atmosphere, behavioral solutions and compassionate care. Dr. Teri Byrd has over 25 years of experience, but keeps constantly updated with continuing education and VIN. Dr. Byrd has owned 3 practices and has practiced as a relief veterinarian in over 30 hospitals, been a shelter vet, and Medical Director of a rescue organization.
Most important qualities to me in a licensed technician are: compassion for people and pets, good communication skills with staff and clients, team spirit, practical skills and positive outlook on veterinary medicine. I will appreciate interest and enthusiasm for dentistry. I will also appreciate someone who is interested in long term stable employment. A sense of humor is appreciated.
Must be able to multi-task, work well with others and be self-motivated.
- Excellent record keeping skills
- Inventory management
- IV Cather placement
- Must be able to remain calm in stressful situations Ability to lift over 30 lbs Perform Dentals Knowledge of feline and canine behavior and gentle restraint techniques Phlebotomy and proper handling/care of lab specimens.
- Radiology certification and experience.
- Administration and monitoring of anesthesia.
- In-House: Cytology, Fecal Analysis, Urinalysis Experience with IDEXX Catalyst One and LaserCyte DX in-house lab equipment.
- Reception skills- will book appointments on occasion and check in and out clients in exam rooms Client Education and Fear free protocols.
- Able to work EVERY SUNDAY
- Excellent computer skills
- Excellent pay $21/hour + DOE
- Health, dental and vision
- Flexible schedule
- Discounted care for pets
- Continuing Education allowance
- License fees
- Generous paid time off
- One-on-one experience with the Doctor and patients Low stress clinic
Please send cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Poulsbo Animal Clinic, Poulsbo, WA
Posted April 2, 2019
Our small animal veterinary clinic is physically expanding into the neighboring space and we are looking for an exemplary veterinary technician to help serve our growing clientele and their furry family members.
We are a family-owned, 3-doctor practice in beautiful Poulsbo, WA. Our practice is limited to cats, dogs, rabbits, ferrets, pocket pets, fish, and the occasional chicken or duck. We strive to provide quality, state-of-the-art veterinary care for our patients (and their owners) in a compassionate and personalized setting. We are not corporate.
Our practice offers preventive care plans, internal medicine work-ups and treatment, in-house laboratory capabilities, digital radiography, hospitalization services (daytime only), advanced dentistry, chronic disease management, soft tissue and orthopedic surgery, urgent care, stem cell therapy, exotic animal medicine, and much more.
We are looking for a motivated and skilled technician, but applicants must be team players and must be compassionate about the human-animal bond.
We offer competitive wages, a 401K plan, profit-sharing, and generous benefit packages. Pay is commensurate with experience. We are only open M–F and there is no on-call time as we value time with our families. Please submit a cover letter and resume by responding to this ad.
We look forward to hearing from you. Please send resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
Job Type: Full-time
Sound Equine Vet Hospital, Poulsbo, WA
Posted March 29, 2019
Seeking Licensed Veterinary Technician/Pacific Northwest Kitsap Peninsula
Our busy 3 doctor mixed-animal hospital is in need of a full-time licensed veterinary technician. The position will require the applicant to be on call at least 1 night per week and alternating weekends, including some overnight shifts on-call. To help encourage a healthy work/life balance, we have established 4-day work weeks.
Applicant must be self-motivated, flexible, hardworking and a team player.
You must be experienced handling equines, canines, and felines in a clinical setting. The ideal candidate will have experience assisting with surgical procedures and performing lab work on all three species. This job will include both in-clinic and ambulatory work.
We are in the process of expanding our clientele, enlarging our clinic, and seek an applicant who can hit the ground running as an active part of this expansion.
We provide a family friendly work place and strive to support our staff in achieving a great work/life balance. We consider our employees our best asset and strive to create long term relationships with them.
We aim to provide competitive wages for our region. Benefits include healthcare, paid vacation, paid CE, uniform allowance, discounted care for personal animals, paid holidays, and paid sick time (state provided).
Our practice is located near Poulsbo, Washington, at the gateway to the Olympic Peninsula, Olympic National Park, and the Washington coast. We are 4 hours from Vancouver, BC, an hour from Seattle, and 2.5 hours from Portland, OR. We are in the perfect rural location, yet have easy access to these beautiful cultural cities.
Only serious applicants are considered. Please send your cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
No phone calls please, as it prevents our front office from assisting our clients.
Tieton Drive Animal Clinic, Yakima, WA
Posted March 28, 2019
About TDAC: We are in Central Washington convenient to lot of outdoor summer and winter activities. We are a five-doctor small animal practice that has served Yakima, WA since 1960. We pride ourselves to provide high-quality care for our patients. Our technicians use their training to the max. New graduates are encouraged to apply. You will be joining a team of 7 other licensed technicians, plus other team members.
Qualifications: Graduate of an Accredited Veterinary Technician Program or anticipating upcoming graduate. Must have a Washington state veterinary technician license or in the process of obtaining a license within 60 days of employment. Work Schedule: week days including Saturdays. Weekend treatments are on a rotation basis.
Wages DOE. Some of the benefits provided include paid vacation, sick, holiday.
Please send resume to clinic mailing address, email or drop off at clinic, attention Natalie.
Canyon Road Veterinary Hospital, Puyallup, WA
Posted March 20, 2019
Are you an energetic, compassionate "animal and a people person"? If you are, you just might be the person that we are looking for to become a part of our dedicated veterinary team. Canyon Road Veterinary Hospital is a well established two-doctor small animal hospital, which prides itself on teamwork and a warm, caring approach toward our clients and patients.
We are seeking a F/T and P/T Veterinary Technician (or ability to become licensed). Successful candidate's must be flexible and dependable. (We are able to work around school schedule.)Our valuable Veterinary Technicians fill a vital role in our hospital.
Duties included but are not limited to:
- Greeting clients and patients for examination, while taking a brief history
- Obtaining vital signs of patients and monitoring hospitalized patients
- Assisting doctors, technicians and other staff members as needed
- Maintain cleanliness of the hospital
- Gentle restraint of patients for exam, treatments & radiographs
- Laboratory testing
- Monitoring and assisting in surgery and dental procedures
- Assisting with laboratory testing
- Blood Draws
(just to name a few)
We utilize our technicians/assistants to their fullest capabilities. Written communication is important as well as strong verbal skills.1 year of experience in the veterinary field helpful or similar experience. Join our team and receive competitive wages.
Full time benefits:
- Vision insurance
- Simple IRA
- Generous pet care discounts
- Technician (yearly license paid)
- Paid vacation(after 1 year) and holiday pay
Part time benefits:
- Simple IRA after 1 year employment
- Generous pet care discounts
Please email resume with cover letter to email@example.com
or Fax: 253-531-7511
No Phone calls Please
Emerald City Pet Rescue, Seattle, WA
Posted March 20, 2019
Emerald City Pet Rescue is a nonprofit organization that exists to rescue abused, neglected and homeless animals. We are looking for a Licensed Veterinary Technician to support the medical team at our state of the art facility in SODO!
We are seeking a professional, adaptable, reliable, personable individual who is committed to supporting a team that practices progressive, high quality medicine. We want someone who is passionate about saving animals and who wants to continue to learn and grow. We have a team of veterinarians, licensed veterinary technicians (LVT), veterinary assistants, and a full kennel department. LVT will be performing a variety of tasks in order to help the clinic operations run smoothly.
Tasks include but are not limited to the following:
- Surgery – patient preparation, IV catheter placement, intubation, induction, monitoring anesthesia, and post-operative recovery and care.
- Dentistry – dental cleanings, dental x-rays, and periodontal treatment.
- Treatments for hospitalized/sick patients including IV fluid therapy, medication administration, monitoring vitals, etc.
- Diagnostics – x-rays, in clinic CBC, Chemistry, and UA, ultrasound, etc.
- Data entry in Avimark and PetPoint.
- Prefers a minimum of 2 years’ experience as a licensed veterinary technician.
- Active Veterinary Technician License.
- Shelter or rescue experience appreciated.
- Must be willing/available to work on weekends.
- ECPR Clinic is converting into a 24hr clinic. Overnight duties may be required.
- ECPR offers competitive pay and an excellent benefits package.
HOW TO APPLY:
Applications are accepted using our online application process only. No phone calls please.
Please go to the ECPR Careers Website to start the online application process.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Harbor Animal Hospital, Gig Harbor, WA
Posted March 20, 2019
Harbor Animal Hospital is looking to hire a part/full-time licensed veterinary technician. We are a busy five-doctor small animal practice located in beautiful pet-friendly Gig Harbor. We have a great team of people who are dedicated and passionate about their work along with wonderful clientele that are committed to their pets' health. Our clinic offers digital and dental radiography, ultrasound, acupuncture, tonometry, in-house laboratory testing and cloud-based software. We are open Monday through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Technicians must be proficient in and/or willing to learn phlebotomy, radiology, anesthesiology, calculation and administration of medications and performing a dental prophy.
Benefits included are health insurance, vacation/sick/holiday pay, matching 3% SIMPLE IRA plan, discounted veterinary services, CE and uniform allowance.
We also offer a signing bonus.
Please submit cover letter, resume and references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pet Medical Center of Pasco, Pasco, WA
Posted March 20, 2019
We are a caring, fun, and friendly staff who enjoys treating our clients and patients with high levels of compassionate service. Our practice offers small animal, exotic, and avian medical care, soft tissue laser surgery, laser therapy, chiropractic, acupuncture, digital radiology, dental prophylaxis, and in-house IDEXX laboratory. We are searching for an enthusiastic LVT who is dedicated to quality client and patient service who enjoys being able to utilize all of their medical skills and training. Our practice is located in eastern Washington with many outdoor activities such as boating, fishing, running and biking trails, and wineries.
This position includes:
- Providing compassionate care with a friendly, professional demeanor
- Client communication
- Preparing medications
- Collecting laboratory samples (blood draws, cystocentesis, u/a catheterization, etc)
- Surgical prep and anesthetic monitoring (IV catheters, drug calculations, intubation, monitoring, etc)
- Treatment of dogs, cats, avian and exotic patients
- Mentorship of Veterinary Assistants
Our hours are Monday–Friday, 7am–7pm and Saturdays 9am-5pm. Applicants must be able to rotate through this weekly schedule. Typical shifts are (4) 10 hour shifts with 1 to 2 Saturday shifts per month. LVT’s typically work 40-43 hours/week.
Competitive pay and comprehensive benefits, including: medical/dental/vision, paid vacation, Continuing Education allowance plus PTO for CE, uniforms, paid LVT license renewal, generous pet care discounts, Simple IRA after 1 year and more! Pay range for LVT’s is $32,000 to $39,000. Pay is hourly with some overtime availability. Relocation assistance is available. Tuition reimbursement is available after 1 year of employment.
Requirements for Technician: LVT/RVT/CVT, able to lift up to 40# unassisted, able to follow verbal and written instructions, strong math skills, ability to stoop/reach/bend. Hiring is dependent on background check and drug screening. We are happy to work with new graduates who are pending licensure. If you are an LVT that previously hasn’t worked in a practice with exotic patients or that provides acupuncture/chiropractics we will train you!
Animal Clinic of Spokane, Spokane, WA
Posted March 13, 2019
Animal Clinic of Spokane is a well-established small animal practice located in North Spokane. We are a four doctor practice and rapidly expanding. We are currently seeking a full-time licensed veterinarian technician with competency in anesthesia, dentistry, placing IV catheters, blood draws, lab work, medical calculations, and great communication skills with clients and coworkers. Our ideal candidate is self motivated, has a professional appearance, and is eager to learn. Details:
- Experience not required, we are willing to train
- Salary DOE
- Benefits also available and a
- Signing Bonus
If interested please drop off or email us you resume and references at: email@example.com
If you have any questions please email us.
Animal Surgical Clinic of Seattle, Seattle, WA
Posted March 4, 2019
Do you desire competitive wages and amazing benefits? Paid CE and travel opportunities? Support in your interests for VTS in anesthesia or surgery? Do you want to utilize the awesome skill set you have? Do you desire to gain experience in anesthesia and pain prevention for your patients?
Then come join our team! Animal Surgical Clinic of Seattle has a rare opening for a licensed veterinary technician.
Established in 1986, ASCS is a highly-respected privately owned and operated surgical referral practice. We are dedicated to excellence in service — to referring vets, our clients, our patients and each other. This value is demonstrated through respect, positive attitude, teamwork, integrity, compassion, business awareness, and of course, excellence in patient care. Our caseload consists of a wide variety of small animal orthopedic and soft tissue procedures, including laser surgery, endoscopy, CT, arthroscopy, cardiac surgery, and joint replacements.
Animal Surgical Clinic of Seattle is seeking a self-directed and compassionate team player to join us as a part-time or full-time Licensed Veterinary Technician. Candidates must be currently licensed in Washington, licensed in another state and eligible in Washington or prepared to pass the VTNE.
We also operate a veterinary rehabilitation center and collaborate closely with the doctors and staff of Animal Medical Center of Seattle (ER, critical care, internal medicine, and oncology), who share our building.
We are closely tied to the Woodland Park Zoo and The Seattle Aquarium, providing support, diagnostic, and surgical needs if called upon by these institutes.
Our technicians are utilized to the highest level of their ability. Major job duties include calculating and establishing a protocol with the surgeon for induction. Maintenance of anesthesia, surgical setup, sterile scrub-in, pain management, radiology, placement of bandages/splints, pre- and post-surgical nursing, and client education. All staff members work together on hospital cleanliness. We strive to provide a fun, challenging and positive work environment.
Hiring will occur between the months of February and May; this is flexible for interested applicants.
Some of the components of our excellent benefits package are:
- Medical/vision/dental insurance
- Profit-sharing and 401K plan
- Generous paid vacation and all holidays off
- Generous Continuing Education benefits
- Scrubs provided
- Monthly Happy Hours and CE events throughout the year! Are you introverted and this sounds awful? No problem plenty of us stay home and snuggle with our pet too!
We are open Monday thru Friday. Some Saturdays optional for bonus pay to discharge patients.
Wages are DOE and highly competitive.
Please submit your resume WITH COVER LETTER by mail or email (Word or PDF attachments only). No response will be given to resumes submitted without a cover letter.
ASCS is a smoke-free facility.
Visit us at www.animalsurgical.com
Mail: ASCS, 14810 15th Ave NE, Shoreline, WA 98155
Attn: Teresa Casson
Please, no telephone inquiries.
Summit Veterinary Referral Center, Tacoma, WA
Posted Feb. 22, 2019
Summit Veterinary Referral Center is a multi-specialty referral center located in Tacoma, WA. We provide 24-hour emergency and critical care, internal medicine, oncology, ophthalmology, neurology, radiology and surgery services. We are seeking experienced, licensed Veterinary Technicians. The right candidate will be self-motivated, a team player and thrive in a fast-paced environment. We are looking for individuals who have:
- Excellent patient-care skills
- Who are detail oriented
- Must be skilled in the performance of advanced nursing techniques
- Possess the ability to think and act quickly, and independently
- Must be comfortable multi-tasking and working in a busy, sometimes stressful environment
- A pleasant, professional attitude is required
Qualifications: Washington State License (or eligible) Veterinary Technician and a minimum of one-year experience. Candidates with experience in Emergency Care will be given preference.
Working nights and weekends may be required. Pay is commensurate with skill level and experience. We offer a generous benefits package which includes medical, dental, vision, long and short term disability, vacation, 401K, uniform allowance, CE benefits and more.
We are rapidly growing and we are currently recruiting technicians for Emergency/Critical Care Department. Please send cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Summit Veterinary Referral Center is and Equal Opportunity Employer.
Animal Clinic East, Walla Walla, WA
Posted Feb. 7, 2019
Busy 5-doctor small animal practice located in Walla Walla, WA is seeking an energetic Licensed Veterinary Technician (LVT/RVT/CVT). We have a loyal clientele and a friendly team of employees dedicated to a high standard of care and compassion. Candidates must be detail-oriented, thorough, work well with others, and have the ability to maintain professionalism in high-stress situations.
Responsibilities include (but are not limited to): setting up office calls plus standard LVT tasks such as:
- dental cleanings
- sedation and anesthesia
- catheter placement
- blood draws
- administering vaccines and medications
- handling controlled drugs along with appropriate logs
- TPRs and knowledge of commonly used medications
Our techs work closely with doctors and clients to discharge patients and discuss medications and treatment plans. Applicants can expect to work rotating Saturday, Sunday, and weeknight on-call rotations. If you feel you would be a good fit for our practice, please email your resume, cover letter and references to email@example.com.
Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital, Snohomish, WA
Posted Feb. 7, 2019
Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital is looking for a full-time enthusiastic Laboratory Technician (LVT) to join our diagnostic laboratory team. We are a large, multi-species hospital with a 24-hour access reference quality in-house laboratory. We offer a generous hiring bonus and excellent benefits including medical, vision and dental insurance, paid life insurance, PTO, dynamic pet care discounts, 401K, and much more.
Companion Animal Hospital, Aberdeen, WA
Posted Jan. 30, 2019
Companion Animal Hospital is growing and looking to add another licensed veterinary technician to our team. We offer competitive pay, health insurance, retirement plan, employee discounts, and a great work life balance. Please email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or bring resume in.
Duvall Veterinary Hospital, Duvall, WA
Posted Jan. 29, 2019
LVT Wanted: Isn’t it time you love where you work?
You: An LVT with skills and heart who is ready for a great opportunity.
Us: The veterinary practice that can give it to you.
Duvall Veterinary Hospital is a progressive, established, independently-owned practice located in the beautiful Snoqualmie Valley, less than an hour outside Seattle. We’re close to the excitement and variety of the city, but just far enough away to have a small-town quality of life—which includes an easy commute. We’re seeking an experienced, part-time Licensed Veterinary Technician to join our team. We can offer you:
- Competitive compensation
- 25-30 hrs. per week to start w/full-time potential
- Excellent Medical/Dental/Vision benefits for full-time
- Flexible schedule
- Generous 410k match
- Discount pet services
- Advancement opportunities
We can also offer you a collaborative, dedicated team of co-workers and a well-equipped hospital with full in-house lab, digital radiography, therapeutic laser and other diagnostic tools. We mean it when we tell our clients that their pets are family, and we feel the same way about our employees. The successful candidate will:
- have excellent communication and organizational skills
- work well under pressure and be able to multi-task
- be willing to work some Saturdays
- manage high-stress and emotional situations professionally
- be computer literate
- have AVImark Veterinary Software experience (a plus but not required)
DVH is a place where you’ll be valued—you can grow your career here and be more than just another pair of hands. Ready to join us? Send a cover letter, resume and references to email@example.com.
Horsecart Small Animal Hospital, Roy, WA
Posted Jan. 22, 2019
Horse Cart Small Animal Hospital is looking for a Licensed Veterinary Technician. Overall we are looking for a team member who is genuinely friendly and exhibits sociability and warmth in their attitude toward our clients, our patients, and other team members. Our new team member will always shows polite attention to each individual and is always agreeable, courteous, and is willing to help. Saturdays are REQUIRED. Please do not apply if you are unable to work Saturdays.
We need a Licensed Veterinary Technician who can:
- Follow established hospital policies and procedures and the ability to perform the duties of a Licensed Veterinary Technician.
- Provide friendly, quality care to our patients and clients in a professional manner during visits, phone calls, during and after surgeries or hospitalization.
- Perform canine and feline dental prophies under the direction of a DVM, (previous training is required).
- Provide experience in surgical support and monitoring.
- Multi-task and is detail oriented.
- Be dependable and require minimal supervision to perform tasks assigned.
- Maintain standards and sanitation practices for treatment areas, surgery, exam rooms and pharmacy.
- Demonstrate punctuality and consistency by being on time for all work periods and when returning from breaks.
- Use good judgment when triaging situations and patients.
- Problem solve and remain calm even under pressure while maintaining a professional manner.
- Maintain a high standard of efficiency and correctness of work performed.
- Demonstrate the ability to grasp instructions, to meet changing conditions, and be flexible and adaptable.
- Previous AviMark knowledge is a plus.
The physical demands listed here are representative of those that must be met to successfully perform the primary functions of this position. These include bending, standing, stooping, moving from room to room, sit, talk and listen; may be required to walk or stand for long periods of time; will use hands to manipulate, handle or feel; will reach with hands and arms. Frequently handling 30 pounds and more with assistance. Often transports patients to surgical suite, treatment tables, examination rooms, client's vehicles, etc.
Please send cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tumwater Veterinary Hospital, Tumwater, WA
Posted Jan. 22, 2019
Tumwater Veterinary Hospital is seeking both a Full & Part Time Licensed Veterinary Technicians. (St. of WA License required). This position is Monday–Friday and requires Saturday work. (Typically one day off during the week with alternating Saturday’s). Part Time LVT must be able to work minimum of 24 to 28 hours per week (3 days) and be flexible regarding starting and ending hours.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: addressing client concerns and answering them appropriately during visits, during phone calls, updates, or after hospitalization; provide nursing care to stable patients according to hospital standards of care and core values; administer injections, IV or SQ fluid therapy; intubation and extubation and how to appropriately monitor post-operative patients; performing all in-house laboratory diagnostics and submitting out-house laboratory samples; calculate basic medical math; perform canine and feline prophies under the direction of a DVM (previous training in dental prophies or willingness to train in dental prophies is required). Additionally, background in surgical support or willingness to work as surgical support is also highly desirable; understand classification of commonly-used medications, associated side effects and appropriately monitors therapeutic response; using PM software to maintain client and patient records; administering medications via appropriate routes and duration; preparing medications and patient for discharge, and communicating discharge instructions to client; assistance as needed or instructed with patient care, cleanliness, and restraint. The candidate will be familiar with pet behavior, fear-free techniques, self-motivated, enthusiastic, compassionate, detail-oriented and possess excellent communication skills —both verbal and written. You will use your communication skills, problem solving skills, and ability to multitask in a busy environment to respond quickly and calmly during stressful situations.
All employees qualify for: CE and Uniform Allowance; Medical/Dental/Vision; Discounted Veterinary Services; Holiday Pay; Paid Personal Time; Competitive Wages. 401K after one year F/T; P/T dependent on hours work; must be 21.
Please supply resume, cover letter and references to email@example.com.
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle, WA
Posted Jan. 17, 2019
The Veterinary Technician II (VTII) is responsible for performing routine husbandry, housekeeping, and skilled veterinary technical duties necessary for adequate care and support of research animals and facilities. The position performs technical duties of animal care and veterinary support requiring knowledge of contamination, disease processes and biohazard containment. May be assigned to train on and operate specialized equipment and to perform specialized procedures. May be assigned work on or assist on animal manipulation segments of research protocols.