Certified Veterinary Technician & VTS – Surgery

Jan 21, 2019

Would you enjoy the opportunity to work with multiple specialists on a diverse caseload? We’re seeking a certified veterinary technician to join our surgery department. The candidate will work with board-certified surgeons on a daily basis to provide the highest patient care for pets and their owners.

Learn from the challenges of a progressive environment (advanced imaging, MRI, CT scan, minimally invasive techniques, etc.). Our dynamic workdays are as varied as our pets and clients, creating an interesting and fun working atmosphere. The ideal candidate will have experience as a veterinary technician working in a fast-paced, patient-centered veterinary practice.

Duties for the Certified Veterinary Technician include:
  • Client communication
  • Anesthesia induction and monitoring
  • Critical care monitoring
  • Patient care and pain management
  • After-hours on-call including nights, weekends and holidays
  • Management of case flow throughout the day
  • Communication with referring veterinarians
A successful candidate stands out in these areas:
  • Great technical skills
  • Exceptional attention to detail
  • Able to work well in a team environment
  • Punctual, on-time and reliable
  • Efficient work habits
Additional information for the position:
  • Education requirements: Graduate of an accredited technician training program
  • Status: Full-time, benefits eligible after introductory period
  • Physical requirements: Able to stand on feet for most hours of the work day, ability to lift sedated or anesthetized patients with assistance
  • Benefits include health/dental insurance, 401k retirement plan, long-term disability insurance, flexible spending account, paid time off, uniforms, an employee discount, CE funds and CAVT dues
  • Pay Rate: $DOE (depending on experience, interviews, references) Additional pay for on-call coverage

The surgery department at AESC demands dedication and a strong work-ethic. If that describes you, apply and let’s talk!