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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
  • intubation/extubation
  • catheter placement
  • blood draws
  • fecals/urinalysis
  • administering vaccines and medications
  • radiology
  • 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  animalcliniceast@gmail.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.

If you feel you are the perfect candidate for this position please apply at the Pathway Vet Alliance Careers Website


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 companionanimalofgraysharbor@gmail.com 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 duvallvethosp.mgmt@gmail.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 horsecart11@gmail.com.


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 alicranetvhmanager@gmail.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.

Please apply on our careers page.


Animal Surgical Clinic of Seattle, WA

Posted Jan. 10, 2019

Veterinary Technicians, Animal Surgical Clinic of Seattle is seeking applicants.

Do you desire competitive wages and amazing benefits? Do you want to utilize the awesome skill set you have? And do you desire to gain experience in anesthesia and pain prevention for your patients? Then come Join our team!

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.

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, joint replacement and trauma surgery. 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.

Our technicians are utilized to the highest level of their ability. Major job duties include induction and 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 January and May; this is a flexible call 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 holidays off
  • Generous Continuing Education benefits
  • Scrubs provided
  • Wages are DOE and highly competitive
  • ASCS is a smoke-free facility

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.

Visit us at www.animalsurgical.com

Email: noelle@animalsurgical.com 

Mail: ASCS, 14810 15th Ave NE, Shoreline, WA 98155

Attn: Noelle

Please, no telephone inquiries.


Wilsonville Veterinary Clinic, Wilsonville, OR

Posted Jan. 3, 2019

Progressive 5 doctor small animal practice seeks experienced FT CVT to join our team south of Portland. Excellent collaborative work environment with great support staff. Practice offers high quality medicine and surgery and has a strong emphasis on reproduction with a board certified theriogenologist on site. Digital radiography and dental, rigid and flexible endoscopy, IM3 dental compressor, Force Triad, ventilators, Cardell anesthesia monitors, Toshiba ultrasound, acupuncture, and much more.

Resumes may be faxed, 503-682-3540, emailed to dr.lopate@wilsonvilleveterinaryclinic.com or mailed to Wilsonville Veterinary Clinic, 9275 SW Barber St, Wilsonville, OR 97070, Attn: Cheryl Lopate, DVM.


J.S. Technology, Inc., Bothell, WA

Posted Dec. 11, 2018

A full-time animal care technician position is available in Bothell, WA.

Change rodent cages, monitor their health and well-being, and provide rodents with clean feed and water. Clean and sanitize facility, support areas, rodent cages and equipment, stage and store rodent cage parts, retrieve bags of cage bedding and feed, change chemicals for washer, assemble cages and water system parts. Provide general support with staff in daily operations.

This is a full-time position of 40 hours per week, some overtime hours for weekends/holidays.

Work schedule Monday thru Friday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, rotating work on weekends and holidays

  • Reliable transportation a must
  • Pass pre-employment physical, criminal background check and drug screening
  • Lift up to 50 lbs occasionally
  • Stand/walk up to 6–7 hours per day
  • Able to reach below knee level and overhead from standing position on frequent basis
  • Ability to follow written and verbal directions and complete assigned tasks on schedule
  • Paid vacation/admin leave, medical benefits, term life insurance and opportunities for continuing education

Facility scrubs, lab coat, hair bonnet, face mask, safety glasses, gloves, booties and dedicated shoes are provided. This position supports critical research at our well-established contract location. Individuals applying should be able to work independently once trained, as well as in a team environment. Characteristics important to this position are being dependable, responsible, and flexible, working efficiently, and ability to communicate effectively to manager, co-workers and researchers with integrity.

Please send cover letter and resume to jstbothell@gmail.com.


Veterinary Specialty Center of Seattle, Lynnwood, WA

Posted Dec. 7, 2018

The Veterinary Specialty Center of Seattle is looking for a Licensed Veterinary Technician to join our team! Our ideal candidate will demonstrate the following:

  • 1-2 years of clinical veterinary experience as a Licensed Veterinary Technician (Experience in ER/Critical Care is a plus!)
  • Positive work attitude and commitment to a stress-free environment for our patients
  • Schedule flexibility; Available to work weekends and holidays
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment

We offer outstanding benefits packages to choose from, plus a generous sign-on bonus!


Central Maui Animal Clinic, Kahului, HI

Posted Dec. 5, 2018

Central Maui Animal Clinic is seeking a Veterinary Technician to come work, live, and play on Maui!

Central Maui Animal Clinic is seeking a veterinarian technician. Experience is a plus, but not required. Has amazing customer service skills and the ability to work well on a team as well as independently is a must.

We offer excellent pay, employee perks plus employer-paid benefits!

If you are passionate about pets and providing exemplary patient care we want you to join our amazing team!


Pioneer Veterinary Clinic, Moses Lake, WA

Posted Dec. 5, 2018

EASTERN WASHINGTON FT LICENSED VETERINARY TECHNICIAN:

Are you seeking a wonderful community with lots of sun??

Are you seeking a slower pace of life with less traffic??

Are you seeking a Team Oriented Environment??

Pioneer Veterinary Clinic is a full service locally owned 5-doctor Small Animal/Exotic practice, located in Moses Lake, Wa. 

We are currently seeking a full time Licensed Veterinary Technician for our fast paced and growing practice. This position requires someone that is compassionate, self motivated and a dependable team member.

Moses Lake is located in Central Washington, the heart of the Columbia Basin.

Our area offers great weather, less traffic, wonderful family oriented community and many outdoor activities, such as hiking, boating and fishing.

Our hospital is equipped with digital radiography (including dental), ultrasound, surgical and therapeutic lasers, full in-house laboratory, rehabilitation area, as well as offering more advanced surgical procedures from a traveling surgeon.

Our doctors and support staff all work together to provide the most comprehensive care and service for our patients/clients.

We offer competitive compensation along with a benefit package including:

Medical, paid vacation/sick days, licensing, yearly CE, retirement, scrub allowance and generous personal pet care discount.

Please email to: pioneervetclinic@gmail.com attn:  Melissa Garcia LVT.


University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Posted Nov. 28, 2018

VETERINARY TECHNICIAN (VETERINARY SERVICES)
Req #: 162494
Department: COMPARATIVE MEDICINE
Job Location: Seattle Campus
Posting Date: 11/28/2018
Closing Info: Closes On 12/12/2018
Salary: Salary is commensurate with education and experience
Shift: First Shift

As a UW employee, you have a unique opportunity to change lives on our campuses, in our state and around the world. UW employees offer their boundless energy, creative problem solving skills and dedication to build stronger minds and a healthier world.

UW faculty and staff also enjoy outstanding benefits, professional growth opportunities and unique resources in an environment noted for diversity, intellectual excitement, artistic pursuits and natural beauty. All of which has allowed the UW to be nationally recognized as a “Great College to Work For” for four consecutive years.

The Department of Comparative Medicine (DCM) is one of 12 basic science departments in the School of Medicine. The mission of the department is to advance knowledge and improve the health and welfare of humans and animals through excellent service support, biomedical research, and teaching. DCM is the central laboratory animal medicine resource at the University of Washington, supporting over 114,000 assignable square feet of animal facilities with an average daily census in excess of 100,000 animals across multiple species (e.g., rodents, rabbits, swine, and zebrafish). The department employs over 175 individuals who provide a comprehensive range of animal husbandry, veterinary, and laboratory services across numerous vivaria. The UW animal care program is accredited by the Association for Assessment and Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care, International (AAALAC) and provides services to over 400 principal investigators. Faculty members, post-doctoral fellows and residents conduct basic and clinical research on a wide range of subjects including, but not limited to, comparative aspects of infectious disease, aging, cancer biology and genetics.

The Department of Comparative Medicine currently has an outstanding opportunity for a VETERINARY TECHNICIAN to be a part of a fast paced Veterinary Services team. The employee in this position will support outstanding biomedical research directed towards significant human health issues, as well as animal health. In conjunction with our Mission Statement, these values link this position to our purposes as a department: advancing research, training, teamwork, and integrity and trust.

The primary purpose of this position is to support research and core programs within the Department of Comparative Medicine and the University of Washington by performing investigative work in a specific pathogen free (SPF) animal facility working with and caring for unique animal models of disease. Support for research groups requires following multiple experimental protocols and schedules established by investigators and performing experimental procedures such as blood draws, administration of experimental and clinical drugs by various routes, and surgical procedures, as well as assisting with major surgeries, performing anesthesia, and monitoring vital signs of various experimentally manipulated animals. Species involved are varied and can include at a minimum rodents, rabbits, ferrets, dogs, pigs, birds, and fish.

Position duties and responsibilities:

The duties below are performed in support of principal investigators (PIs) whose research involves animals of numerous species. The research scientist/engineer 1 assists PIs in developing and implementing research protocols. They will also guide the work of research assistants, technicians, and co-workers as necessary to achieve specific assignments.

Animal Surgery Support:

  • Using accepted methods and techniques, solves well-defined problems and performs specific and limited portions of broader projects, under technical guidance of the Animal Facility Director.
  • Delivery and monitoring of anesthesia, including post-surgery recovery, for a variety of species.
  • Aseptic handling and restraint of immuno-compromised mice in biosafety cabinets.
  • Humane handling and restraint of a variety of species.
  • Microsurgery and routine surgical procedures, such as orchiectomy of mice.
  • Proficient in tail vein injections, oral gavage, blood collection and drug administration.
  • Proficient in dose calculations, formulations and dilutions.
  • Collection and processing of tissue and blood.
  • Help develop new surgical techniques and anesthesia protocols to accomplish research goals.
  • Maintenance and cleaning of anesthesia and surgical instruments and equipment.

Collection and Documentation of Data:

  • Successful performance of project related tasks provides support to on-going efforts and provides preliminary data for grant applications.
  • Demonstrates proficiency in data collection (e.g. using calipers for determining tumor size).
  • Helps maintain facility documentation and records.

In the SPF Animal Facility:

  • Interacts in a collaborative manner with other team members to accomplish organizational goals; provide ideas for improved efficiency. Defines and improves practices from experiences on small projects.
  • Aseptic and humane handling and restraint of immuno-compromised mice in biosafety cabinets, and other species as needed.
  • Communicate observations of animals before, during and after procedures and maintain, analyze, and distribute records of blood work and details of experimental procedures to team members as necessary
  • Participate in the organization and scheduling.
  • Basic animal care.
  • Facility maintenance and quality assurance including inventory and stock supplies and ensure that items are reordered as necessary for the surgery rooms and procedure rooms. Take responsibility for proper collection of formalin for disposal.

Training:

  • Teach technical skills as necessary to team members such that they become proficient at necessary research procedures.
  • Participate in all training activities necessary for the performance of the job, e.g., mouse, rat, rabbit, pig handling and anesthesia, aseptic surgical instruction and certification.

Minimum Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree in biological sciences or a related field and a minimum of one year experience as a research technologist that includes hands-on experience working with laboratory animals OR one year experience as a veterinary technician. Professional level experience may be substituted, year-for year, for the formal academic degree.

Additional Requirements:

  • Graduate of an AVMA-accredited veterinary technician program or licensed veterinary technician.
  • Experience administering and monitoring anesthesia in animals and performing other veterinary technical procedures.
  • Excellent organizational skills and flexibility to work in an environment with constantly shifting and occasionally conflicting priorities.
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision as well as collegially within diverse groups, following established guidelines.
  • Ability to take direction and communicate effectively with others.
  • Demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality and use appropriate judgment in sensitive situations.
  • Ability to generate and maintain accurate, detailed records using appropriate medical language.
  • Independent computer skills, including basic skills to use email and navigate on the internet.

Desired:

  • Knowledge of anatomy and physiology of a variety of animals including but not limited to rodents, rabbits, ferrets, dogs, pigs, birds and fish.
  • Experience working in an ABSL-2/3 environment.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications.

Conditions of Employment:

  • Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds and carry 30 pounds.
  • Physical ability required to do the work.
  • Must be available to work some weekends and holidays and provide facility coverage for employees who are absent.
  • Employment is contingent upon successful completion of health assessment at the UW’s Employee Health Clinic. The health assessment may include but is not limited to tuberculosis clearance, measles clearance, serum banking, and immunizations, such as tetanus and rabies, physical exam and/or review of work health history, x-rays, and/or assessment to wear positive or negative respiratory protective equipment. These health assessments will be repeated periodically during work assignment. Specific precautions may include wearing respirators and/or protective clothing.
  • Employee is personally responsible for following health & safety and security policies and procedures.
  • This is an essential position. The employee is expected to report to work under conditions that other employees are not required to report to work, such as inclement weather and UW campus suspended operations.
  • Punctuality and regular attendance are critical components of this position.

Application Process:

The application process for UW positions may include completion of a variety of online assessments to obtain additional information that will be used in the evaluation process. These assessments may include Work Authorization, Cover Letter and/or others. Any assessments that you need to complete will appear on your screen as soon as you select “Apply to this position”. Once you begin an assessment, it must be completed at that time; if you do not complete the assessment you will be prompted to do so the next time you access your “My Jobs” page. If you select to take it later, it will appear on your "My Jobs" page to take when you are ready. Please note that your application will not be reviewed, and you will not be considered for this position until all required assessments have been completed.


Columbia Veterinary Hospital, Tacoma, WA

Posted Nov. 26, 2018

Columbia Veterinary Hospital is now hiring a Licensed Veterinary Technician to join our INCREDIBLE team.

The ideal candidate:

  • Licensed in Washington State or eligible within 90 days.
  • Proficient with technical skills
  • Is hard working and passionate
  • Has strong communication skills

We offer an INCREDIBLE benefits package, plus sign-on bonus.We were voted "Best of South Sound 2018". If you are passionate about pets and providing exemplary customer service we want you to join our team!


Veterinary Specialty Center-Oncology Department, Lynnwood, WA

Posted Nov. 26, 2018

Veterinary Specialty Center of Seattle is looking for an experienced Licensed Veterinary Technician and an Experienced Veterinary Assistant to join our developing Oncology Department!

The right candidate must have clinical experience as a technician or veterinary assistant, provide excellent customer service and compassionate care, be comfortable with chemotherapy administration (or willing to learn- we will teach you) and have the ability to obtain and accurately record patient vitals/history. If you are looking to utilize your skill set as a technician or veterinary assistant and want the opportunity to develop even further apply today!

We look forward to hearing from you soon!


Redmond Fall City Animal Hospital, Redmond, WA

Posted Nov.26, 2018

Redmond Fall City Animal Hospital is looking for a compassionate, self-motivated, dedicated, and enthusiastic Licensed Veterinary Technician and experienced Veterinary Assistant that are excited to join our team.

The ideal candidate must:

  • Be licensed in the state of Washington for Veterinary Technician position
  • Have clinical experience for the Veterinary Assistant position
  • Have strong client service skills
  • Be proficient with animal handling & restraint skills
  • Have a positive "can do" attitude
  • Have the ability to work well on a team and independently
  • Have flexibility

Whistle Veterinary Clinic, Anacortes, WA

Posted Nov. 21, 2018

Whistle Veterinary Clinic is looking for a full-time, small animal, licensed veterinary technician. The responsibilities of a licensed technician at WVC include client education, obtaining patient history, induction of anesthesia, monitoring anesthetic procedures, performing dental procedures including dental radiography, exceptional restraint of feline and canine patients, lab procedures, administering vaccines/medications and dispensing medications. Candidates must be dependable with a solid work history including experience in the veterinary field, be able to multi-task, and be willing to learn on the job.

Excellent client service and animal handling skills are essential. Please forward resume with cover letter, resume and references to drbethscheenstra@gmail.com.


Regional Animal Services King County, Kent, WA

Posted Nov. 19, 2018

We are looking for someone who is passionate in providing care to shelter pets in this fast-paced environment that takes in approximately 5,000 animals a year. From preparing animals for surgery to medical care, this position will work closely with the veterinarian onsite. This outstanding team is seeking a self-motivated, team oriented, compassionate and dedicated professional that can provide excellent patient care and customer service.

Please apply on the King County Careers website.


Firgrove Veterinary Clinic, Puyallup, WA

Posted Nov. 15, 2018

Firgrove Veterinary Clinic, a full-service veterinary medical and surgical facility, is seeking experienced Licensed Veterinary Technicians to join our AAHA accredited team.

Once they have proven their skills, licensed technician applicants can expect to utilize their skills in all areas of the hospital. The ideal candidate should be self-motivated, a quick thinker, able to multi-task efficiently and have excellent communication skills and compassion.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Anesthetizing, monitoring and recovering surgical patients
  • Patient care including treatments
  • Triage and obtaining patient history
  • Venipuncture
  • Placing intravenous catheters
  • Digital radiology (both dental and general)
  • Assisting with and completing diagnostic procedures
  • Prepare prescriptions and communicate discharge orders to clients
  • Client education and services
  • Appointment leading and management
  • Emergency triage and management

Experience with low stress handling and providing superb professional and personable client services is desired. Benefits include vacation/holiday and sick leave, pet care discounts, simple IRA, Health Reimbursement Account and paid continuing education after 1 year of employment and professional growth.

All team members will be trained and evaluated using a competency system.

If you’re interested in becoming a valued member of our team, please apply or deliver resume in person to 14816 E Meridian, Puyallup, WA.

We look forward to hearing from you!


Canyon Road Veterinary Hospital, Puyallup, WA

Posted Nov. 13, 2018

Veterinary Technician or Assistant: 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 and Assistants 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
  • Maintaining cleanliness of the hospital 
  • Gentle restraint of patients for exam, treatments and radiographs
  • Laboratory testing
  • Monitoring and assisting in surgery and dental procedures
  • Assisting with laboratory testing
  • Radiology
  • 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 Experience in the veterinary field helpful or similar experience.

Join our team and receive competitive wage. Full time benefits: Medical, Dental and Vision insurance, CE, Simple IRA and generous pet care discounts, technician (yearly license paid) paid vacation(after 1 year) and holiday pay.

Part time benefits:CE, Simple IRA after 1 year employment, generous pet care discounts.&

Compensation DOE.

Please email resume with cover letter to canyonroadvet@hotmail.com or Fax: 253-531-7511. No phone calls please.