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VCA Pacific Avenue Animal Hospital, Tacoma, WA

Posted Sep. 29, 2020

Are you looking to be a part of a dynamic hospital team, while having the support and resources to push your career forward? If so, we would love to connect with you!  VCA Pacific Avenue Animal Hospital in Tacoma, WA is seeking an experienced Licensed Veterinary Technician to join our team to provide patient care and emergency support overnight.

The successful candidate will be a believer in the possibilities of high quality veterinary medicine and patient care—with the expertise and technical know-how to make them happen.

Why We Need You

As a member of the VCA team, your mission will be to win the confidence of every pet parent—by delivering an outstanding client experience—so they will partner with us for the lifelong care of their companion animals.


You’ve worked hard for your credentialing and we want you to use the knowledge that you’ve invested your time and talent in.

Among the reasons to consider joining VCA are:

  • VCA hospitals are former private-practices that retain the spirit that made them successful
  • Access to the people and financial resources of a large veterinary community
  • Network of 4,500+ doctors, including more than 600 Specialists
  • Largest provider of Private Practice Internships and Residencies in the U.S.
  • WOOF University, offering abundant CE for Doctors and Technicians
  • Robust Clinical Studies program
  • Opportunities to give back through strong Shelter partnerships and VCA Charities

If interested in this opportunity, please apply online: Overnight Licensed Veterinary Technician

Port Orchard Animal Clinic, Port Orchard, WA

Posted Sep. 23, 2020

Port Orchard Animal Clinic is seeking a licensed veterinary technician to join an expanding independently owned Veterinary Clinic.

The clinic provides a high level of autonomy while still fostering a cooperative and collaborative atmosphere. We are open to new ideas, suggestions, and work hard to keep our standard of care at the forefront of best practices. We pride ourselves on our high level of happy clients and our ability to resolve complex cases. We hire individuals to provide quality medical care rather than to sell products and services.

Our focus is on a high standard of patient care, client satisfaction, the resolution of chronic and acute conditions, and the well-being of our staff.

The approach to cases and clients is different than most clinics with a focus on being able to have the time necessary to solve the problems that clients are presenting us with. To aid with that our appointment times are 30 minutes for standard appointments, 15 minutes for rechecks (longer depending on the case), and 45 minutes for complicated cases, diabetes, and behavioral issues.

This is to provide Doctors with the time necessary to properly understand problems, diagnose the problems, and educate the clients. It also allows clients to drop off emergency and critical cases that can be seen as needed.

Requirements: Licensed Veterinary Technician


  • Signing Bonus of $1000
  • Open Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Retirement Plan - Simple IRA with employer match Continuing education allowance Pet Health Care Discounts

Pay: $17.50 - $24.00 per hour

Please send resume to, cover letter optional.

PAWS, Lynwood, WA

Posted Sep. 9, 2020

We are a Northwest leader in protecting animals since 1967, the Progressive Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) shelters homeless animals, rehabilitates injured and orphaned wildlife, and empowers people to demonstrate compassion and respect for animals in their daily lives.

Position Title: Wildlife Licensed Veterinary Technician 2

Position Summary

The Wildlife Licensed Veterinary Technician 2 is responsible for the daily care of wild patients receiving veterinary care.

Essential Responsibilities

  • Assisting the veterinary and rehabilitation staff in emergency and critical care treatment, pre-medicating, restraint and handling of animals, routine collection and analysis of laboratory samples, radiographic positioning and imaging, anesthetic induction and monitoring and assisting in surgery
  • Performs all duties related to purchasing of pharmaceuticals, hospital and laboratory supplies, maintaining pharmaceutical inventory, and properly disposing of expired drugs and supplies.
  • Updates veterinary rounds list daily to reflect current status of patients in veterinary care
  • Trains PAWS Wildlife emergency team members semi-annually in the spring and fall.
  • Maintains and sterilizes surgical packs and instruments. 
  • Performs hospital maintenance and cleaning, including sterilization and organization of medical and laboratory equipment, maintenance of darting and other equipment, and maintenance of oxygen supply for wildlife hospital.


  • Licensed/registered Veterinary Technician degree from accredited organization; and a minimum of two years of experience in the care and treatment of animals; or equivalent experience. Good standing in Washington State.
  • Previous experience with non-domestic, wildlife species or zoo animals preferred.
  • Pre-exposure rabies prophylaxis will be mandatory.
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule, including weekends, nights and/or holidays as needed.
  • Basic understanding of radiology equipment and positioning and ability to troubleshooting equipment problems.
  • Experience with or ability to learn Microsoft Office programs is required.
  • Strong organizational and time management skills are needed. A functional level of computer literacy is expected.
  • Must have or be able to obtain a valid Washington driver’s license with no major or repeated minor traffic offenses and auto-insurance with required coverage limits.


Generous benefits available including health/vision/dental/disability/life insurance, 403(b) with Company contribution and match, paid time off, paid holidays, Employee Assistance Program, discounts for pet supplies and veterinary services.

Application Process

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Please submit a cover letter, resume and completed PAWS employment application to

Only complete application packets will receive consideration. This position will be open until filled.

Brookfield Veterinary Hospital, Redmond, WA

Posted Sep. 8, 2020

Brookfield Veterinary Hospital, in Redmond, WA, is seeking a licensed veterinary technician or to join our growing practice! We're AAHA ACCREDITED!

The Brookfield Veterinary Hospital is a busy AAHA accredited facility that has been providing the highest quality veterinary care for the Redmond community since 1999. We are a 5 doctor hospital with a dynamic support team. Our highly trained and dedicated team works together to serve our small animal clientele through our progressive approach to medicine and our utilization of the latest veterinary medical technology. Our hospital provides basic wellness checks, in-house diagnostic services, routine procedures, dental services, and senior pet care. It is also important to us to partner with the community that we aim to serve by providing free exams for pets adopted from local shelters and providing service donations to local charities for benefit auctions. Our doctors practice progressive medicine and enjoy full healthcare benefits including: health and liability insurance, professional dues and license costs, continuing education budgets, pet care discounts, 401K options and more!

Our Licensed Veterinary Technicians utilize their skill set to assist our doctors in providing gold standard medical and surgical care to our patients. Responsibilities include venipuncture, catheter placement, lab sample collection, admitting and discharging surgical patients, monitoring hospitalized patients, dispensing medications as directed by veterinarians and prepping and monitoring anesthetized patients. Written and verbal communication are two important skill sets that candidate must possess. We are looking for a candidate with a positive attitude who is willing to jump in and help the team. Our ideal candidate can multi-task in a fast-paced environment. Previous veterinary experience is preferred, however, we are willing to train the right candidate. Candidates must possess a valid Washington State license or be in the process of obtaining.

Our Veterinary Assistants utilize their skill set to assist our doctors in providing gold standard medical and surgical care to our patients. Responsibilities include venipuncture, catheter placement, lab sample collection, admitting and discharging surgical patients, monitoring hospitalized patients, dispensing medications as directed by veterinarians and assisting doctors in exam rooms. Written and verbal communication are two important skill sets that candidate must possess. We are looking for a candidate with a positive attitude who is willing to jump in and help the team. Our ideal candidate can multi-task in a fast-paced environment. Previous veterinary experience is preferred, however, we are willing to train the right candidate.

About the Hospital

Recently remolded in 2013, our 6000 square foot facility comes equipped with a warm and welcoming reception area, 5 exam rooms, a dental suite, a surgical suite, a recovery suite, a grooming station, and boarding facilities designated for cats and dogs. Some of our other fun tools include:

  • Digital Radiographs
  • Digital Dental Radiographs
  • Ultrasound
  • Complete In-House Laboratory and an Outside Reference Lab with results available in 24 hours
  • Gas anesthesia (sevoflurane)
  • For more information, visit our website at: Brookfield Veterinary Hospital

About Redmond

Redmond Washington rests just 20 miles east of downtown Seattle at the north end of Lake Sammamish. The city prides itself for its high quality of life with good schools, a healthy economic base, a parks system that provides a variety of active and passive recreational opportunities, diverse offerings for shopping and dining, safe neighborhoods, and an emphasis on quality development and protection of the natural environment.

Job Type: Full-time

Please email Michelle at if interested

Lower Columbia Veterinary Hospital, Longview, WA

Posted Aug. 31, 2020

Lower Columbia Veterinary Clinic is looking for an experienced full-time Veterinary Technician to join our team. We are a high quality, multi-doctor, full-service hospital. We are looking for an experienced technician who wants to join a hospital that is dedicated to active learning and advanced medical procedures. This is a full-time position with a flexible schedule – although you will be asked to work some evenings.

Candidates must have experience in the following areas: venipuncture, pharmacy duties, lab work, radiology and handling medical records, with additional experience in surgical assistance, maintaining & monitoring anesthetized patients. Top priority will be given to LVT or CVT candidates, although all candidates will be considered.

Our Veterinary Technicians play an integral role in providing excellent care to our patients as well as serving as major communicators for our hospital.

Candidates must also possess excellent customer service and communication skills. A caring and compassionate attitude is required of all members of our team. This is an outstanding opportunity to join a hospital with a fun-loving, yet professional, atmosphere.

Benefits include a great hourly rate, annual CE allowance, career growth potential, health insurance, 401(k), vacation, training and more.

This is an outstanding opportunity to join a hospital with a fun-loving, yet professional, atmosphere. We look forward to hearing from you!

Apply on our website.

Terrace Heights Family Pet Clinic, Yakima, WA

Posted Aug. 31, 2020

Terrace Heights Family Pet Clinic in Yakima, WA is looking for a Practice Manager to join our leadership team and help us maximize the productivity, profitability and growth to our thriving practice. The Practice Manager will help create a collaborative culture, build a supportive team member environment, and share our commitment to providing exceptional client service and veterinary care to our loyal clients and their pets.

The Practice Manager will be responsible for operational oversight of our hospital, including the leadership of the technician and receptionist support teams; managing financial and business development of the practice, including managing budget and key performance indicators; and overseeing client care and communications by mentoring support staff to demonstrate exceptional customer service. The ideal candidate will include those with veterinary technician skills as well as management experience to help us maintain and improve the high levels of care we currently offer. This is a leadership position with tremendous growth potential.

Benefits include a great hourly rate, career growth potential, health insurance, 401(k), vacation, training and more.

If you are interested in becoming part of a practice team with an excellent community reputation and a positive work environment, we encourage you to apply!

Apply on our website.

Northwest Veterinary Clinic of Mount Vernon, Mount Vernon, WA

Posted Aug. 28, 2020

We have an immediate opening for an Equine LVT. This person has a multi faceted job description in that this role involves both in-hospital as well as ambulatory duties in support of our four equine doctors. Duties include running surgical anesthesia, providing medical care for hospitalized patients, DVM assistance and support in the field. We offer a full range of equine medical, surgical, and complementary veterinary services - including surgery, both in our surgical suite as well as in the field, acupuncture and chiropractic services, digital radiography, digital ultrasound, full range of dentistry services, gastroscopy, reproductive management, etc.

Salary is commensurate with experience. Please send a letter of interest, resume, and professional references to our Director of Hospital Operations, Tami Schorno. Feel free to learn more about us on our website: Northwest Veterinary Clinic of Mount Vernon.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Pay: $19.00 - $24.00 per hour

Duvall Veterinary Hospital, Duvall, WA

Posted Aug. 19, 2020

Compassionate, Talented Veterinary Technician Wanted!

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 Veterinary Technician to join our team. We can offer you:

  • Competitive compensation
  • Full-time or Part-time available
  • 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 previous experience working with pets in a veterinary setting
  • 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 Camille Jackson at

McMonigle Veterinary Hospital, Kent, WA

Posted Aug. 16, 2010

McMonigle Veterinary Hospital, pllc is an established, growing, privately owned small animal practice seeking a veterinary technician for our team. We are looking for an individual to become a long-term member of our practice while developing lasting relationships with our clients and helping our patients live healthy, happy lives.

View full job ad.

Olympia Veterinary Hospital, Olympia, WA

Posted Aug. 14, 2020

Seeking a Licensed Veterinary Technician for our growing clinic! This position generally requires the ability to perform all traditional LVT responsibilities; including Dentistry, Digital Radiographs (Full Body and Dental), Surgery prep, and independent Technician appointments.

Competitive wage, paid time off, medical benefits, continuing education allowance, and 401k eligibility.

Please send cover letter and resume to

Evergreen Veterinary Hospital, Olympia, WA

Posted Aug. 13, 2020

Our practice continues to grow and we are in search of a licensed veterinary technician.

We are a full-service veterinary hospital in Olympia, WA. As a busy, privately-owned, small animal (dogs, cats, poultry and fowl) practice, we are seeking an LVT who is a highly motivated, caring, detail-oriented individual to join our dedicated ~ and FUN ~ team!

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to

  • Executing, monitoring and recovering anesthetic procedures
  • Medication preparation and administration
  • Venipuncture and IV catheter placement
  • Treatment of hospitalized patients
  • Obtain appropriate medical history and patient assessment
  • Assist in cleaning, stocking and maintenance of hospital and equipment
  • Proper animal restraint
  • Vaccination preparation and protocol
  • Microscopy
  • Obtain diagnostic radiographs
  • Prepare invoices
  • Client Service and Education

Key Benefits

  • The opportunity to work in a hospital committed to education, client service and above all, patient care.
  • The ability to utilize state-of-the-art equipment - i.e. in-house laboratory, ECG, digital radiography, digital dental radiography, ultrasound
  • Competitive benefits package including medical and dental insurance, pet care discount, CE/uniform allowance.
  • Working schedule which allows you to have quality personal off-time.


  • current LVT license
  • experience preferred
  • must be able to multi-task in a fast-paced environment
  • outgoing, reliable and honest
  • client service experience
  • available to work 30+ hours per week with rotating 1/2 day Saturdays

To Apply

Please come in person, if you live in the area, with your cover letter, resume and at least three references.

Evergreen Veterinary Hospital
3220 14th Ave. NW
Olympia, WA 98502
Attn: Gayle Butler

We strive to bring together caring, warm and intelligent people who love to serve and help and are among the best in their field.

Animal Emergency and Trauma Center, Poulsbo, WA

Posted Aug. 6, 2020

Looking to ADVANCE your technical skills in a fast pace environment? Want to see cases that INTRIGUE and EXCITE? Interested in a position that will allow you to use and GROW your knowledge? Busy, growing veterinary emergency hospital is seeking experienced, Licensed Veterinary Technicians and Veterinary Assistants to add to our amazing team! Beginning October 1st our hours are changing and will be open 24 hrs a day, 7 days a week! Full time and part-time shifts are available, including days, evenings, overnights, and weekends.

The right candidate(s) must be self-motivated, a team player and thrive in a fast-paced environment. Ideal candidates would also possess the following

  • Ability to think on his/her feet.
  • Compassion when working with fractious, painful, sick or anxious pets.
  • Provide excellent patient-care skills
  • Detail-oriented and comfortable multi-tasking
  • Understands the importance of teamwork
  • Ability to communicate effectively and efficiently with clients and team members
  • Attitude of respect and kindness towards clients, patients and team members
  • Basic math skills and computer literacy are necessary for success in this position

Our technicians are fully utilized for their skills and abilities and are an integral part of our veterinary team. We offer a competitive wage including holiday and call-in pay (double time) as well as graveyard pay. Our generous benefit package includes medical, dental and vision insurance, disability insurance, paid time off, uniform allowance, continuing education allowance, licensing fees paid, generous pet benefits and quarterly bonuses.

Veterinary Technicians must be licensed in Washington State or have the ability to obtain licensure upon hiring.

To apply please send resume and cover letter to

Spokane Humane Society, Spokane, Wash.

Posted Aug. 3, 2020

Position Description: Licensed Veterinary Technician
Position Title: Medical Program Manager
Reports To: Lead Veterinarian
Partners With: Shelter Manager, Exam Staff, Kennel/Animal Care Staff, Intake & Foster Coordinators
Hourly (Thursday – Monday, off Tuesday/Wednesday)

This job description is not a contract – and management reserves the right to change its contents at any time. This organization is an “at-will” and equal opportunity employer. This organization complies with the guidelines set forth in the American with Disabilities Act of 1990 and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, sex or sexual preference.

Summary: Primary Job Purpose

Licensed Veterinary Technician: Works directly with Lead Veterinarian to ensure that Spokane Humane Society’s Shelter Medicine philosophy, programs, policies, procedures and protocols are consistently practiced. Provides direct support to staff veterinarians in all aspects of shelter population health and animal care – intake exams, foster patient exams and triage, assisting shelter staff with medicating shelter patients, population wellness (vaccinations, deworming, heartworm prevention) and weekend triage of illness in the shelter. Spokane Humane Society Clinic adheres to ASPCA Spay-Neuter Alliance guidelines as high-quality, high-volume elective surgery model. When needed, provide clinic support for surgery, recovery, medical treatment, intensive hospitalization, and chronic case management. Responsible for carrying out diagnostic and medical treatment orders as indicated by staff veterinarians.

Assists the veterinarian in performing health exams and surgical procedures.

Engages with shelter leadership and staff leads to provide animal care support. This position will be physically demanding. This position requires a thorough understanding of high-density population infectious disease, zoonotic disease, surgical equipment and maintenance, aseptic technique and sterility, pharmacologics, and sanitation. The successful candidate will be a highly-motivated self-starter who excels in stressful situations. The ability to interact with the public, staff, foster parents and rescue partners in a professional manner is essential. The Veterinary Technician supports the mission, goals and philosophy of the Spokane Humane Society. Primary Duties (include but are not limited to):

  1. Holds and maintains valid veterinary technician license for Washington State in accordance with Washington State Department of Health guidelines for continuing education.
  2. Provides training to staff as needed and directed by Chief Veterinarian. Participates in staff meetings to share ideas and suggestions and receive continuing education to improve the functioning of the clinic/shelter.
  3. Intake: Conducts physical exam for each animal to determine appropriateness of admission into shelter population – coordinating with lead kennel staff behavior assessment in canine patients. Uses Intake SOP as primary guide for admittance.
  4. Foster Triage: Conducts physical exam(s) on patients in foster care as needed when health concerns arise. Reports to staff veterinarians for treatment plan. Works closely with Foster Coordinator to address concerns of patients in foster care.
  5. Population Management: Works closely with kennel staff and animal care leads to ensure vaccinations, deworming, and heartworm prevention due in shelter are done on time. Conducts ELISA testing (parvo, panleuk, FIV/FeLV) when required. Adheres to relevant SOPs for Shelter Medicine Protocols.
  6. Weekend Triage: Works closely with shelter staff to address health concerns of animals in their primary care areas. After physical exam, consults DVM on-call for supportive care and treatment plan. Works closely with weekend on-call assistant if IV hospitalization or transport for referral diagnostics is needed for patients.
  7. Works directly with lead veterinarian in neonatal patient management.
  8. Performs routine diagnostic procedures and collection of samples under direction of veterinarian; work is checked in progress for compliance with accepted procedures and standards.
  9. Channels polite, positive, compassionate and service-driven attitude in all staff and public interactions. Adheres to high standard of customer service when assisting the public, volunteers, staff, and rescue partner representatives.
  10. (Weekend) Hospitalized patient care: Collaborates with teammates to clean, feed, water and monitor all animals in the veterinary clinic to maintain high standards for a safe, sanitary and comfortable environment for the animals. Exercises hospitalized dogs as needed. Assists staff veterinarians with medications and treatments of hospitalized in-patients.
  11. Euthanasia Services: Provides support for shelter staff and community by performing humane pet euthanasia for the public upon request and when appropriate and manage controlled substance inventory for the shelter.

Secondary Job Functions:

  1. Coordinate with kennel staff to ensure shelter animals are pulled for surgery as needed.
  2. Adheres to sanitization protocols – ensures kennels are sterilized using prescribed methods/cleaning compounds; and floors, table tops, operating tables, stands, etc. are kept clean and properly sanitized.

This is a representative sample — not to imply a complete listing of responsibilities and tasks. Spokane Humane Society is a team-driven organization. This position involves leadership skills a medical team to accomplish many of the above tasks. This would facilitate maximum efficiency and distribution of LVT-specific skills.

Qualifications and Position Requirements: Licensed Veterinary Technician certification from state Department of Health; ideally with prior experience in shelter environment, mixed practice veterinary clinic, or animal care facility. Knowledge of techniques/basic medical protocols for the treatment of animals; basic understanding of pharmaceuticals commonly used in the treatment of animals; sterile surgical procedures, proper methods to safely restrain animals and use of fear-free; methods of administering anesthetics, monitoring animals while under anesthesia, and monitoring animals post-surgery. Ability to prioritize and handle emergency, stressful situations, handle a variety animals safely and humanely; deal effectively and tactfully with the public; communicate effectively with supervisor, staff, volunteers and the public; establish and maintain cooperative working relationships and a team spirit with staff, volunteers, and with other shelter and animal groups. The need to lift and carry animals weighing 50 pounds also is required.

Please send cover letter and resume to

Ellensburg Animal Hospital , Ellensburg, WA

Posted July 31, 2020

Ellensburg Animal Hospital is hiring a Licensed Veterinary Technician to join our AMAZING team!

We are looking for a Licensed Veterinary Technician with an outgoing personality and great communication skills to join our growing team.

Ideal candidate

  • Must have Washington State Veterinary Technician license or be eligible
  • Has strong client service skills
  • Is proficient with animal handling & restraint
  • Has a positive "can do" attitude
  • Is able to work well on a team and independently
  • Flexible
  • Is compassionate, self-motivated, and dedicated
  • Possesses excellent communication skills

Why work at Ellensburg Animal Hospital?

Ellensburg Animal Hospital is a mixed animal practice located in beautiful Ellensburg, WA. Our devotion, commitment and concern for people and their pets has helped us grow and earn the loyalty of clients and employees. We are a full-service practice that provides many services including wellness examinations, immunizations, surgery, radiology, dentistry, in-house laboratory services, and after hours emergency visits. Ellensburg Animal Hospital can be very fast paced but is also family compassionate. We pride ourselves in providing a familial work environment to all employees.

Job Overview

Our technicians are responsible for the care and treatment of hospitalized patients, triaging emergency patients, performing patient laboratory tests, admitting and discharging patients, and client communication and education.

We offer a benefits package including health stipend, paid time off, CE coverage, uniform allowance, as well as pet benefits!

Skills and Qualifications

Knowledge of basic veterinary practices, procedures, and terminology Ability to appropriately handle, lift and restrain animals Ability to stand for long periods of time Ability to perform veterinary medical procedures (i.e. venipuncture, radiology, IV catheter placement, drug calculations, administer medications & fluids, and assess & triage patients) Passionate about pets and providing exemplary veterinary care. Join our team!

Apply Today! Please submit cover letter and resume to  We look forward to hearing from you!

VCA Redmond Animal Hospital, Redmond, WA

Posted July 30, 2020


Are you looking to be a part of a hospital team that feels like family, while having the support and resources to push your career forward? If so, we would love to connect with you!  VCA Redmond Animal Hospital in Redmond, WA is seeking a full time Veterinary Assistant to join our one-of-a-kind 3-doctor GP practice!

We are AHAA accredited and have been since 1999. We believe in providing the best possible care to all our patients. Our tight knit community is a great place to call home.  We are open 7 days a week and provide full general practice medical services as well as boarding and grooming.

At VCA Redmond Animal Hospital, you can make a difference every day in the lives of pets in our community. We have a unique culture in our hospital that values each person’s individual skill and personality. There’s something special about you and we are excited to learn more!

Among the reasons to consider joining VCA are:

  • VCA hospitals are former private-practices that retain the spirit that made them successful
  • Access to the people and financial resources of a large veterinary community
  • Network of 4,500+ doctors, including more than 600 Specialists
  • Largest provider of Private Practice Internships and Residencies in the U.S.
  • WOOF University, offering educational training to all staff members
  • Robust Clinical Studies program
  • Opportunities to give back through strong Shelter partnerships and VCA Charities

Ready to be part of a team that feels like family? Apply today! We look forward to hearing from you soon.

If interested in this opportunity, please apply at VCA Careers

Hillside Pet Clinic, Anchorage, AK

Posted July 22, 2020

Do you love the great outdoors? Consider making a move to the Land of the Midnight Sun!& Alaska is home to amazing wildlife, incredible hiking, camping, skiing, fishing, hunting, and any other adventures outdoor enthusiasts can imagine! Hillside Pet Clinic is located in Anchorage, Alaska’s largest city, which offers the convenience of city living, with the added bonus of having all the beauty and majesty that Alaska has to offer right outside your front door!

We are searching for a Licensed Veterinary Technician to join our staff. We are an AAHA accredited, six doctor, small animal practice. Here at Hillside, our Licensed Veterinary Technicians are responsible for the Fear Free care and treatment of dogs, cats, avian, reptiles and other exotic patients. The ideal candidate will be proficient in all areas of anesthesia, surgical assisting, IV catheter placement, lab specimen collection and processing, radiology, dental prophylaxis, general patient care and client education. We see a large amount of dental and exotic referral cases, so a special interest in one or both areas is a plus. New grads are encouraged to apply!

This position requires a self-motivated, highly organized individual with strong communication skills. The ideal candidate must demonstrate a desire to learn and the ability to work as an integral member of a team in a fast paced environment. Friendliness, eagerness to help and a strong sense of compassion for patient care is crucial for success in this position.

Physical requirements may include being able to lift and carry up to 40 pounds.

We are open Monday–Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturdays, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. We have a full-time position available; either 4x10 hour or 5x8 hour days are an option, with rotating Saturdays. Our doctors and technicians love teaching and helping others develop new skills, so new graduates are encouraged to apply! We offer a competitive hourly wage and great benefits for full time employees including: health insurance, paid vacation, holidays, CE, licensing and membership dues, 401k, uniform allowance and generous pet discounts. The screening process requires a basic background check and drug screening.

No phone calls please.

Please reply with cover letter and resume to

People, Pets & Vets, Olympia, WA

Posted July 22, 2020

We are wild about people that share a love for animals. We are hiring veterinary technicians and interns/externs to join our fast-growing team! We pride ourselves on providing the best care using progressive, modern medicine and surgery. We foster a culture of learning, respect and compassionate care.

Most importantly, we like to have FUN! Learn more at our website.

We have full-time and part-time openings in Washington, Oregon, California, and Texas.

Email us at

Animal Clinic East, Walla Walla, WA

Posted July 2, 2020

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, intubation/extubation, catheter placement, blood draws, fecals/urinalysis, administering vaccines and medications, radiology, handling controlled drugs along with appropriate logs, TPRs, and a 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 Check out our practice at our website.