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Colorado State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital
Colorado State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital rb.gy

Founded in 1870, Colorado State University is among the nation’s leading research universities and enrolls approximately 32,000 undergraduate, graduate, and professional students. Located an hour north of the Denver metro area, Fort Collins is a vibrant community of approximately 157,000 residents that offers the convenience of a small town with all the amenities of a large city. Fort Collins is situated on the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains with views of 14,000 foot peaks, and offers access to numerous cultural, recreational, and outdoor opportunities.At the Colorado State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital and Veterinary Health System, we exist to educate the next generation of veterinarians by providing exceptional veterinary care and service to the community…every day.This work unit exists to provide a variety of support services to all Veterinary Health System (VHS) specialty and general practice medical sections including Urgent Care and Critical Care to facilitate treatments, diagnostic tests, as well as routine and emergency surgeries while instructing professional veterinary students, interns, residents, visiting veterinarians and technicians in the principles and practice of veterinary medicine. The work unit provides the highest standard of care related to assessment and treatment to the diverse patient population. The work unit supports all areas of VHS, including TMI, JFEH, ASH, livestock hospital, ERL, and the future Primary Care Clinic. More information can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vc_zsPyRY-YPosition SummaryThis series describes technical support work in the field of veterinary medicine. Positions in the series provide patient care and treatment involving the application of the technical practices of veterinary medicine.Technical duties typically include preparing patients and operating rooms for procedures; positioning patients and assisting during surgery; administering anesthetic agents to large and small animal patients in both routine and emergency settings; performing technical aspects of diagnostic, treatment, rehabilitation and surgical techniques; monitoring health and treatment of assigned patients and intervening or providing emergency treatment as patient conditions warrant; providing critical care nursing; and/or providing health services through a specialized unit or program. The work often involves providing instruction and demonstration to veterinary care professionals, technicians and students; and collecting and maintaining patient, clinic, research, and program data and records.

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Evolution Veterinary Specialists
Evolution Veterinary Specialists evolutionvet.com

From the start, our founders, Geri and Michael Lake-Bakaar, wanted to create a different kind of veterinary hospital. Geri, a fellowship-trained veterinarian, had experiences at corporate-owned vet hospitals early in her career. Instead of focusing on profit, she and her business-minded husband saw an opportunity to shift the priority to the pet and owner, and bring back a much-needed level of respect for pets and owners. At Evolution, appointments take as long as they take. Treatment plans are made crystal clear, and questions are always welcomed. Owners are never subjected to upselling. And both pets and humans are treated as family.Evolution’s independent structure also allows for either Geri or Michael to be on-site daily, leading the team, and responding to client needs quickly and directly. In this way, Evolution’s mission to improve the lives of their patients and the people who love them is nurtured each day.

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Petco Veterinary Partners careers.petco.com

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MySimplePetExpress
MySimplePetExpress mysimplepetlab.com

About UsAt MySimplePetExpress, we are committed to hiring the best professionals in the business. Within our unique model of care, our highly trained and licensed veterinary technicians take the lead role, supported by the expertise of our DVMs and vet assistants. We always have an eye on how care can be delivered differently - how it can be delivered better. Together, let's make modern pet care simple and accessible for all.

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VCA Deer Creek Animal Hospital
VCA Deer Creek Animal Hospital vcahospitals.com

Are you looking for your second family? Come join our team! We emphasize a positive, supportive workplace culture that encourages growth. Our technicians are utilized to their fullest potential in our state-of-the-art 14 doctor practice. Our services include wellness, 24 hour emergency and critical care, advanced surgical and dental techniques, oncology, dermatology, among others. We believe that mutual respect and compassion for clients, patients and coworkers are the foundations of good medicine. Providing exceptional client experiences and top-notch patient care are the keys to our success. Our Deer Creek family is seeking experienced technicians to be part of our team, who have strong communication skills, who thrive in a fast paced environment and who have a desire to make a difference! Visit our website at www.vcadcah.com.Prefer credentialed technician (current CVT, LVT or RVT); however will consider non-credentialed technicians based on experience. Must have graduated from an accredited veterinary technician program. NOTES:Additional Salary Information: To ensure we’re competitive within the industry, our benefits package includes increased/competitive wages, medical, dental, and vision insurance, paid vacation & holidays, 401K opportunity, professional CE reimbursement, licensure, uniform allowance, internal CE, transfer opportunities, and a very generous employee pet discount. Sign-on bonus after successful completion of introductory period!!!

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Ridgway Animal Hospital
Ridgway Animal Hospital ridgwayanimalhospital.com

Ridgway Animal Hospital is hiring for a full time RVT position. We are located in the heart of the San Juan mountains, not far from Telluride and Grand Junction. Hiking, skiing, and climbing are just a few of the outdoor activities you can look forward to upon moving to this area! We pride ourselves in our close relationship with this community and are looking for someone who wants experience this rewarding small-town lifestyle. Our clinic is a busy, small animal private practice that offers great quality medicine, dentistry, and surgery. We have a full in-house Idexx laboratory, radiology and ultrasound. Currently, we have 1 part time and 2 full time veterinarians. We are offering three 12-hour shifts with full benefits including a simple IRA. Starting pay is $18-$22/hr depending on experience.

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Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region www.hsppr.org

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Colorado Veterinary Specialty Group
Colorado Veterinary Specialty Group www.covetspec.com

CVSG offers a unique combination of 24-hour emergency and critical care as well as complete surgical, reproductive, radiology and sports medicine services. In addition, we offer integrated medicine including acupuncture, massage, and laser therapy.Work and learn in a beautiful, 3-year old hospital building with a group of highly skilled professionals. Experience a whole-hospital culture where we support each other and care for animals as a team. Enjoy a work/life balance that allows for you to be at your best professionally and personally

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Ponderosa Pet Mobile Vet
Ponderosa Pet Mobile Vet ponderosapet.com

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Humane Society of Boulder Valley
Humane Society of Boulder Valley www.boulderhumane.org

The Humane Society of Boulder Valley is a community-supported, socially conscious open-door facility that provides shelter, medical care and behavioral rehabilitation to over 6,000 animals annually. Its programs are inspired by its mission to protect and enhance the lives of companion animals by promoting healthy relationships between pets and people. Since its inception in 1902, HSBV has become one of the most recognized nonprofit organizations in the community and a national leader in animal welfare.HSBV seeks to employ motivated, innovative, and talented individuals who bring passion, expertise, and a positive attitude to the workplace. Our employees embody our internal values:Kindness - Every decision and action we take is motivated by our belief that animals are their best selves when they are part of a healthy relationship. We build trust by giving our animals the freedom of choice and encouraging expressions of joy. We reinforce moments that spark the development of new and healthy relationships between pets and people.Trust - We have confidence in the good intentions of our colleagues, and we strive to create an environment in which we are safe to be vulnerable and authentic in our daily interactions. Giving each other the benefit of the doubt lays the foundation of new relationships and sustains and deepens existing ones.Optimism - We choose to be joyful and find the opportunities within each challenge. Our positive outlook fuels and sustains us.Humility - We are quick to celebrate our colleagues’ achievements and strengths and understand they complement our own talents and areas for growth. Our self-awareness, appreciation, and generosity promote a culture of respect and kindness.Collaboration - We proactively develop strong working relationships with our colleagues because our soundest decisions result from open and thoughtful dialogue. We are considerate of the impact our actions have on others, and we use appreciative and respectful inquiry to gain understanding.Ingenuity - We are agile and adaptive, proactively evolving to meet the challenges of the future by identifying and removing barriers and creatively shaping new solutions. We embrace change as vital to our continued success, and we are empowered to take thoughtful risks to fulfill our mission.Spanish/English speaking individuals are always encouraged to apply. HSBV offers equal employment opportunities to all qualified applicants and employees without regard to an individual's race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, age, national origin, disability, genetic information, ancestry, military status, or any other status protected by federal, state, or local laws.  A pre-employment background check and drug screen are required for all positions.

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Pet Kare Clinic
Pet Kare Clinic petkareclinic.com

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Red Hill Animal Health Center
Red Hill Animal Health Center redhillvet.com

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Veterinary Emergency Group veterinaryemergencygroup.com

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Mountain Ridge Animal Hospital
Mountain Ridge Animal Hospital www.mountainridgevet.com

Hours: Rotating schedule- Either Mon/Tues/Thurs/Fri OR Mon/Thurs/Fri/Sat (half day)If you want to work where your workday will fly, then we encourage you to apply! We are seeking a positive, energetic, detail-oriented, ethical, EXPERIENCED Veterinary Technician (RVT prefereed) with strong team-player skills to help ensure superior patient and client care. You are committed to making a positive difference in the lives of pets and their families every day and enjoy working closely with a fun ‘work family’ that fosters collaboration and continuous learning!Mountain Ridge Animal Hospital is a 5 doctor, AAHA-accredited, full-service animal hospital in Lafayette, CO providing comprehensive wellness, dentistry, digital radiology, ultrasound, advanced surgery, laser therapy, rehab, and more. We cater to all patient and client needs under one roof, including dog daycare, overnight boarding and training, in our beautiful, free-standing 15,000+ square foot facility.Excellent technical skills required in anethesia monitoring, dentistry, catheter placement, blood draws, patient restraint, surgical preparation, surgical assisting, bandaging/wound care, client education, and radiography are required.If you are experienced in the field, then you know the right candidate should also demonstrate emotional intelligence, self-awareness, and a sense of accountability. Effective communication, excellent conflict resolution, and efficient time management skills are a must. Team members are expected to help maintain a positive culture, progressive, and fun working environment that is focused on providing excellent care.Competitive salary, employees are eligible for : Profit Sharing Bonuses, paid time off, excellent pet discounts (veterinary, daycare and boarding), CE allowance and uniform allowance, 401k, health/dental/vision/life insurance, mental health resources.We would love for you to join our Mountain Ridge Family! We all truly enjoy working together and have a one of a kind tight knit group here with many years of experience!Job Type: Full-timeSalary: $20.00 - $23.00 per hourBenefits:401(k) matchingDental insuranceEmployee assistance programEmployee discountHealth insuranceLife insurancePaid time offReferral programVision insuranceSchedule:Day shiftEducation:High school or equivalent (Required)Experience:Veterinary Technician: 2 years (Required)License/Certification:Veterinary Technician certification (Preferred)Work Location: In person

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Alpine Equine Hospital PC
Alpine Equine Hospital PC alpineequine.net

Job Positions: Equine veterinary technician full time and part time positions Description of Job duties:The veterinary technician plays an integral role in client education, assisting with diagnostic procedures and imaging, performing treatments on ambulatory and hospitalized patients. Daily activities include assisting veterinarians during appointments, preparing medications for patients, invoice preparation, client communications, and reviewing doctor recommendations and medications with clients. The candidate will work under supervision of the professional staff and assist with the instruction veterinary and technician students and less experienced technicians in many service areas within our hospital. We are a team-oriented practice, looking for someone who can portray themselves professionally, plays well with others, and is a good communicator. This position requires experience working with horses. Candidate should feel very comfortable holding, moving around safely, and reacting appropriately with horsesA well-qualified candidate would have experience in all or most of these responsibilities: Provides clinical support to staff and intern veterinarians in the delivery of primary care, Follow Hospital Bio-Security procedures and protocols. Additionally performing specialized procedures relevant to critical care of large animal patients; including placement of catheters and IV or IM or SQ medications. Also provides additional necessary care of equine and ruminant patientsFormulates and prepares daily rations to meet dietary needs of hospitalized patients as directed by the professional staff.Performs or assists in inpatient medical evaluation. Administers medications collect, prepares, and submits clinical pathology samples, captures and inputs fees for materials and services. Surgical nursing duties to include: work and act as a surgical nurse during emergency procedures; assist with anesthetic inductions and proper preparation of patients for surgery; prepare all directed that are needed for surgery; complete and record and enter charges as instructed; ensures that the surgical suite is set up properly for surgery procedures; ensures that surgical suites are properly cleaned after surgeryAlso, clean and prepare surgical instruments for sterilization; operate steam sterilizers, ultrasonic cleaner, instrument washer, and other mechanical, electronic, and surgical equipment.Once trained, independently set up, maintains and ensures proper storage of specialized diagnostic equipment such as our autoclave, endoscope, ultrasound, DR radiology, shock wave, IRAP A2M, and PRP processing equipment. Provide administrative support by maintaining a supply inventory and supervising and replenishing stock within assigned areas, performs maintenance service checks and minor repairs to assigned equipment, maintains a clean/sanitary and functionally organized clinical service areas. Notification of any equipment not operating appropriately or facility in need of repair to Dr Maker is the responsibility of all staff.Periodic assistant with the management of after-hours admissions and discharges, visitor policies and emergency call-ins. Expected Salary:$16- $23 per hour, commensurate with education, certification status and the number weekly scheduled hours and clinical experience.Minimum Requirements:High school diploma or equivalent and at-least two years of experience loading, unloading, restraining, handling and treating horses Preferred Qualifications:Must be capable of easily lifting at least 35-50 pounds on a regular basis.Must possess the ability to maintain effective working relationships with clinicians, coworkers, students, and clients.Graduation from an accredited American Veterinary Medical Association program for veterinary technology and/or meet requirements for certification in the state of Colorado; or a minimum of two years of practical horse ranch experience or in an ambulatory and/or hospital veterinary environment. Practical experience in private practice a plus.Basic computing skills in word processing and spreadsheets are required. Basic computing skills including the ability to successfully master the hospital information system using Microsoft word, outlook and Avimarkknowledge and ability to perform math calculations for fluids rates, antibiotics, and anti-inflammatory drugs as instructed. A working knowledge on the use of automated lab equipment is a plus.  Instructions to Applicants:Applications must include 1) a cover letter detailing interest and relevant skills as well as a 2) resume to be considered. Send materials to drmaker@alpineequine.net 

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Freedom Service Dogs freedomservicedogs.org

Our Culture   We believe in harnessing the power of diversity to create a culture of belonging where all individuals are celebrated and valued for their unique ideas, perspectives, and strengths as a means to achieving personal excellence and organizational success.  Our ValuesLead the Pack: Commit to excellence in all we doBe the Person Your Dog Thinks You Are: Demonstrate integrity to build trustWork Together, Wag Together: Achieve shared goals while having funKeep our Dogs in a Row: Steward all resources efficiently and effectivelyUnleash the Power of Diversity: Foster a diverse, equitable, and inclusive organizational culture The Purpose of Your Role Under the direction and guidance of the Deputy Director of Operations, this position will utilize creative, dynamic, and innovative solutions to develop and sustain the Freedom Service Dogs Breeding and Intake program. This position is responsible for strategically cultivating beneficial relationships resulting in the acquisition of high quality service dog candidates from other working dog schools and reputable breeders, developing and implementing the Breeding program and meeting established quality and quantitative goals. The Reproduction and Genetics Manager will ensure FSD’s excellence as a member of the service dog community. The Skills You Bring ·       Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook ·       Excellent customer service·       Superior communication and people skills·       Attention to detail·       Problem-solving skills·       Ability to multi-task·       Outstanding time management skills·       Team player·       Desire to learn ·       Adaptability·       Love of dogs Our Investment in You ·       Competitive Salary: $56,000- $70,000·       Medical, dental, and vision insurance covered in part by FSD·       Life insurance covered by FSD ·       401k plan with company match·       14 Holidays & Generous Paid Time Off·       Professional Learning Opportunities ·       Wagging tails, dog kisses, and puppy breath The Work You Will Do  The essential functions listed below are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed; the omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to be completed by the position:  Reproduction and Genetics·       Develop, direct, and maintain a breeding colony of dogs who exceed all established behavioral and medical requirements. Determine appropriate breeding matches and evaluate litters and adolescent dogs for future breeding candidates.·       Create and implement written protocols for breeding, whelping, early neurological stimulation, and socialization utilizing science-based knowledge of canine reproduction.·       Consult with other professionals in the breeding and reproduction field in order to make informed decisions regarding the breeding colony and current litters.·       Manage the breeding of female dogs, the whelping of puppies, and the socialization of litters from zero to at least eight weeks of age.·       Manage breeding colony dogs with Guardian Homes and ensure proper care, health, and coordination of appropriate activities.·       Communicate, plan, and direct activities relating to FSDs membership in the ADI Breeding Cooperative (“ABC”). Dog Intake·       Utilize established intake procedures to positively impact the quality of dog acquisition for our service dog training program and meet targeted intake numbers.·       Develop, direct and maintain an effective network of dog acquisition sources to include reputable private breeders, other ADI schools, the ADI Breeding Cooperative, other organizations who breed purpose-bred dogs, and rescue dogs on a case-by-case basis. ·       Conduct potential dog source phone consultations. Make decisions on accepting dogs into training based on qualifications relative to program requirements.·       Perform assessment testing on dogs to determine appropriateness for FSD training candidacy utilizing science-based canine behavior knowledge.·       Work cooperatively with Training, Health, and Operations Leadership to ensure a healthy and temperamentally sound canine population; utilizing current scientific application, proper record keeping, and utilizing volunteers that are well-trained and informed representatives of FSD.·       Work with Operations leadership to manage dog inventory.·       Coordinate, and provide as needed, transfer of dogs following Colorado Pet Animal Care Facilities Act (PACFA) requirements for vaccinations, health certificates, and transport.·       Coordinate with Animal Care Coordinator on incoming dogs to ensure caretakers can properly prepare kennels for new dogs. ·       Consistently review dog acquisition program for potential process and program improvements. ·       Foster and maintain relationships with intake sources to create written agreements (MOUs) in regards to fee for transfer, re-homing dogs, returning dogs to breeders, and transportation of dogs entering FSD training program. Education & Outreach·       Cultivate and maintain beneficial relationships with other assistance dog organizations ·       Promote the mission of Freedom Service Dogs using professional language that outlines the benefits of a breeding program.·       Provide education to Freedom Service Dogs volunteers on dog selection evaluation process, FSD dog acquisition requirements, and puppy whelping and raising as needed.·       Educate and train approved volunteers in nursery daily tasks, puppy socialization, overnight shifts, and whelping, when appropriate. Data Collection & Reporting·       Enter, process, and track dog acquisition data, maintain accurate tracking of sources and transport of dogs.·       Create reports and analyses as needed to monitor dog intake progress and success.·       Evaluate dog intake success based on location/breeding pair sourced, behavioral evaluation score, career change reason, and other key aspects to better identify potential candidates for both training and breeding. ·       Monthly reporting of dog acquisition and breeding activities, including reports needed for grantors, stakeholders, and FSD leadership.·       Coordination for budget process with responsibility for coding and establishing budget needs.·       Track dog names and assign names to dogs at intake or birth to FSD.·       Use resources judiciously through organization of dog acquisition and breeding budget, monitoring and controlling expenses.  Other·       Participate in continuing education related to dog behavior, housing, breeding, whelping and relative animal science.·       Assist in any area of Dog Operations including, but not limited to, cleaning of kennels, walking and grooming dogs, transfer of dogs to veterinarian, evening walks, and feeding of dogs, as needed. Drive company vehicles to transport dogs and for other Organization needs.·       Any other duties that may be assigned. Supervisory Responsibility Responsible for training, assigning tasks to, and monitoring the Nursery Coordinator, Nursery Health coordinator, Nursery Kennel Technicians and carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring and training direct reports; providing leadership; planning and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining; addressing complaints and resolving problems.   Work Environment This job operates in both a professional office environment and in dog kennels and surrounding areas. The noise level in the office work environment is usually moderate. The noise level in dog kennels environment can often be loud. The location is a non-smoking environment. Physical Demands The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.   While performing the duties of this job, which includes both taking care of dogs and working in an office environment. When training and taking care of dogs, the employee is regularly required to be very physically active. When working in the office, the employee is regularly required to sit.       The employee is frequently required to stand, bend, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl and perform a variety of physical motions with his or her hands, arms, shoulders, legs in order to properly test, transport and train dogs. The employee is often on her or his feet, and is often required to walk; escort visitors or volunteers in or around the kennel, play yards and training areas; climb and balance; go up and down stairs; and utilize elevators. The employee must be able to manipulate and use all equipment and tools necessary to care for and transport dogs, including leashes, medicines, locking medicines, balance harnesses, wheelchairs, and clickers used for training.  The employee must regularly lift and move up to 50 pounds and frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. This includes the ability to retrieve and distribute dog food and other supplies and to retrieve and replace objects from shelves. This job requires handling multiple dogs in training every day of up to 100 pounds on and off leash. The employee will work in proximity to cleaning agents and disinfectants and must be able to follow instructions for the use and storage of these chemicals.  The employee must be able to open packages, measure, and use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects tools, keyboards or controls; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. The employee must have the ability to bend, stretch and lift files and books from drawers and shelves and replace same; rapidly use printers, computer equipment, copy machine, and other general office machines. The employee is expected to communicate frequently with others. Work occasionally requires more than 40 hours per week to perform the essential duties of the position; may require irregular hours to accommodate unforeseen dog and client demands outside of regular hours. During work, the employee is expected to be physically present at the office unless evaluating service dog candidates.  Freedom Service Dogs reserves the right to change, amend, add, delete, and otherwise assign any and all duties, responsibilities and position title as it deems necessary to meet the needs of its business. Position Type and Expected Hours of WorkThis is a full-time, exempt position consisting of approximately 40 hours of work per week. This position will require occasional evenings and/or weekends, but will primarily be during business hours. Travel Frequent local travel is required. Out of state or in-state travel is required to locate, test and transport dogs from breeder partners and other ADI schools.  Required Education, Experience and Competencies ·       Bachelor’s degree in animal behavior, biology, zoology or related animal field. ·       Minimum of three (3) years of canine behavior and/or dog training.·       Minimum of three (3) years in canine reproduction and puppy rearing.·       Minimum of two (2) years in a managerial role overseeing staff and volunteers.·       Ability to manage and handle dogs without the use of aversive methods.·       Must possess excellent interpersonal skills; must have the ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with others including diverse individuals and groups.·       Ability to inspire, motivate, and persuade potential dog sources to contribute to effective acquisition.·       A strong problem solver and solutions seeker – an action-oriented manager.·       A self-starter with a passionate desire to get things done.·       Effectively communicate organizational processes gaining the trust and positive performance of dog acquisition sources and FSD team members.·       Results-driven approach to dog acquisition with the ability to set concrete goals and achieve them.·       Excellent diplomatic abilities with the ability to make difficult decisions relating to the FSD mission.·       Ability to simultaneously manage and effectively prioritize a large number of operational activities. ·       Nonprofit work/volunteer experience preferred.  Required Skills and Competencies Dog Interaction Skills:·       Must possess a passion and commitment to the Freedom Service Dogs mission.·       Must be willing and comfortable working around large breed dogs. ·       Must be able to learn dog training techniques in accordance to FSD and Assistance Dogs International standards. ·       Must be able to learn service dog assessment testing and have the ability to refine testing based on evaluation of dogs in training.  Intellectual Skills:·       Ability to collect and analyze dog behavior and training data from database to make recommendations to management to improve graduation rates of dogs acquired. ·       Ability to display original thinking and creativity and meet challenges with resourcefulness.·       Ability to generate suggestions for improving work and develop innovative approaches and ideas. Leadership Skills: ·       Exhibit confidence in self and others; inspire and motivate others to perform well; effectively influence actions and opinions of others. ·       Ability to make decisions with sound and accurate judgment; support and explain reasoning for decisions and include appropriate people in decision-making process; make timely decisions. ·       Ability to develop strategies to achieve organizational goals; understand organization’s strength and weaknesses and adapt strategy to changing conditions.·       Ability to manage change; develop workable implementation plans; communicate change effectively; build commitment and overcome resistance to change; and support those affected by change. ·       Must be extremely well organized and self-directed with the ability to work well under pressure, handle multiple priorities and meet deadlines and have acuity with detail.·       The ability to function effectively as a member of a team, and a willingness to participate in activities and assignments that will benefit other members of the team or will contribute to the accomplishment of team objectives. Language and Communication Skills:·       Ability to communicate effectively with peers, direct reports, management, clients, partners, donors, vendors and stakeholders.·       Approach others in a tactful manner; react well under pressure; treat others with respect and consideration regardless of their status or position; accept responsibility for own actions; follow through on commitments. ·       Routinely utilize advanced English language skills to edit documents and to prepare reports and correspondence, including spelling, sentence structure, syntax, grammar, usage, and the chief aspects of style, such as punctuation, capitalization, abbreviations, plurals and possessives, and compound words.·       Ability to speak clearly and persuasively in positive and negative situations, listen and get clarification, and respond well to questions.·       Ability to make presentations comfortably to small and large groups.·       Must possess excellent interpersonal skills; must have the ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with others.·       Must be able to establish and maintain professional, productive and courteous interactions with employees that promote positive teamwork, as well as with volunteers, donors, clients and all constituents of Freedom Service Dogs. This encompasses going beyond giving and receiving instructions and includes but is not limited to (a) performing work activities requiring interacting or speaking with others; and (b) responding appropriately to constructive feedback or suggestions for improvement from a supervisor.Reasoning Ability: ·       Ability to solve practical problems and deal in a variety of situations using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems·       Ability to interpret and to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form·       Ability to maintain a high level of mental concentration and effort and strain when performing a high volume of analyses and decision making as well as other essential duties·       Ability to exercise good judgment, take initiative and make recommendations in resolving problems and provide guidance to other staff.·       Must possess the ability to evaluate and interpret data, define problems, analyze business issues and develop workable solutions.·       Must possess sound business judgment, exercise professional conduct, understand and follow business ethics and standards and maintain a high level of confidentiality in all duties.·       Can skillfully prevent, diagnose, and handle veterinary or temperament problems with puppies. Office Skills·       Must be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook and keyboard data entry. ·       Proficiency in database management. ·       Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. ·       Ability to extract and analyze data to make informed leadership decisions.  Additional Eligibility QualificationsMust possess a valid driver’s license with no restrictions and the ability to travel locally, nationally and internationally as needed, and maintain current vehicle insurance.Work Authorization Must be authorized to work in the United States. Other Duties Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job.  Essential and marginal job duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice. Equal Opportunity Employment Freedom Service Dogs is dedicated to the principles of equal employment opportunity in any term, condition, or privilege of employment. We do not discriminate against applicants, clients, graduates or employees on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, sex, age, religion, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status, physical or mental disability, or any other status protected by state or local law. To Apply To apply, please email your resume and cover letter to Allison Peltier, Deputy Director of Operations, at APeltier@freedomservicedogs.org with the subject line “Reproduction & Genetics Manager”. 

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Cat Care Society
Cat Care Society catcaresociety.org

Veterinary Technician - Feline Friendly!

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Aurora Hills Animal Hospital www.aurorahillsanimalhospital.com

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vca centennial valley animal hospital vcahospitals.com

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Royal Vista Veterinary Specialists (Partner of Thrive Pet Healthcare) www.thrivepetcare.com

Royal Vista Veterinary Specialists is seeking a Certified Oncology Veterinary Technician to join our Oncology team with the addition of a new Doctor!More than a word, care is present in everything you do. At Royal Vista Veterinary Specialists we take action to empower your best care for pets, their families, and yourself.We are a community of 400 clinics forming an extraordinary network of unparalleled resources and people. Through outstanding learning and career options, comprehensive benefits, and abundant support, you’ll be nurtured and appreciated for who you are and what you bring to the table. We come together in both the joys and heartaches of our profession to lift each other up through laughter and empathy.And, we have plenty of fun along the way!Who we are:At Royal Vista Veterinary Specialists you’ll feel the warmth and openness of a small clinic, while having the opportunity and support of a united network.Provide your best care with more bridges and less barriers.Role Responsibilities:The Oncology Technician performs treatments and manages appointments on oncology patients. The ideal applicant will have a skill set that includes excellent IV catheter placement, venipuncture, chemotherapy administration, drug dosing calculation skills, and compassionate patient and client care along with excellent communication skills. Two years of veterinary experience is needed for this position. Graduation from an AVMA approved Veterinary Technology Programs is required and previous experience in the Oncology field is highly preferred.Our Ideal Candidate:1. Associate degree in Veterinary Technology required2. Credentials (RVT, CVT, LVT) required3. Prior customer service experience required.Nursing/Patient Care:• Assess patient status, take patient history, perform tech exam,and assist veterinarian in exam room.• Monitor changes in patient condition and report them to the veterinarianon duty.• Perform emergency patient care as needed.• Calculate medication doses and administer via all routes - to includeCRI medications.• Perform ultra sound guided cystocentesis as directed.• Perform pristine venipuncture for phlebotomy and IV catheterization including jugular draws.Administer chemotherapeutic agents as according to protocol.• Administer IV/SQ fluids as needed.• Chart in the patient’s medical record appropriately using correct medicalterminology, symbols, abbreviations, and spelling.• Apply a variety of bandages.Laboratory Procedures:• Operate all laboratory equipment in the veterinary practice includingmicroscopes, hematology, and chemistry analyzers, among others.• Perform microscopy for blood, cytology, and urine analysis, among othersas needed.• Perform all in-house testing such as PCV/TP, FeLV/FIVand snap tests, etc.Radiology Duties:• Observe all required safety protocols for capturing radiologic images.• Be able to properly obtain all required diagnostic radiographs,• Be able to properly utilize ultrasound machine for guidance with samplecollection.• Be able to properly obtain diagnostic CT images including use of contrast asdirected.Anesthesia/Surgical Duties:- Obtaining patient vital parameters.• Perform pre-operative physical examination.• Assist with creation of anesthetic plan and calculate and administer allinduction medications.• Operate a variety of anesthetic machines and circuits including rebreather andnon-rebreather systems.• Be proficient in intubating all species seen in the practice.• Properly induce, maintain, and recover a patient from anesthesia.• Properly operate and interpret anesthetic monitors including ECG, BP,SPo2, ETCO2, Temperature, etc.• Maintain the anesthetic machine including pre-op setup, checking, and changingof CO2 granules and oxygen tank maintenance.• Understand pharmacology of and use of anesthetic and analgesic medications.• Be able to respond in an anesthetic emergency and assist the veterinarian.You’ll Grow With UsHere, you can grow your career as best fits you through access to comprehensive learning and skillset programs. You can build your skills and earn credentials through:● Our vast, diverse, and free library of continuing education courses - ThriveU● Live, virtual interactive workshops to develop valuable leadership skills● A program to designed to teach you the fundamentals of running a pet hospital● Earn your AVMA-CVTEA Accreditation and become a Vet Tech through our fully accredited distance learning program for veterinary technicians● Scholarship opportunities and tuition reimbursementAnd, with so many locations nationwide, you can find and move into any specialty, hospital type, or environment. Join us and provide your best care at a clinic that is deeply rooted within its community and bolstered by the resources of Thrive Pet Healthcare.Benefits – our care in actionWe provide benefits spread comprehensively across your mental, physical, emotional, and financial wellbeing designed to meet your needs as a unique individual. Some key benefits include:● Paid time off including 8-weeks of full-pay parental leave, bereavement to grieve both humans and pets, and time off for new pet adoptions● Top quality medical, dental, and vision insurance plus health savings account and flexible spending account● Pet perks including free exams, discounts on products and services, and more at all Thrive Pet Healthcare locations● Generously subsidized backup and ongoing care support for children, adults, and pets● Mental health benefits including coaching and therapy sessions● 401k with employer contribution and no waiting period● Continuing education and development support through our library of free CE courses and paid time off to complete● Scholarship opportunities and student loan support programand so much more!At Thrive Pet Healthcare, we celebrate and embrace the uniqueness and diversity of all of our team members, pet parents, and pets. We strive to create a diverse, equitable, and inclusive culture where all team members belong and feel empowered.Compensation negotiable based on credentials and experience with a hourly pay rate starting at $21-$30/ hour. The actual rate offered will carefully consider a wide range of factors, including your skills, qualifications, experience, and location.#LI-SS1

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Boulder's Natural Animal Hospital bouldersnaturalanimal.com

It is our goal to provide an environment that celebrates and fosters the bond between humans and their animal family members. To achieve this goal we will provide the very best value in both traditional and integrative veterinary care and will do so with compassion, empathy, and a personalized touch.

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Four Seasons Veterinary Specialists
Four Seasons Veterinary Specialists 4seasonsvetspecialists.com

Located along the scenic Front Range, Four Seasons Veterinary Specialists stands out as a regional center for veterinary medicine in northern Colorado. We opened our doors on March 17, 2014 and provide specialty veterinary medicine with board-certified and residency trained doctors in surgery, radiology, dentistry, internal medicine, cardiology, oncology and critical care. The hospital is always open for urgent and emergency services, and our specialists remain at the ready when needed to consult on illnesses and injuries. Because our emergency service is fully staffed around the clock, we provide continuous care to patients in need of support or following surgeries, and we accept patients for overnight care from other facilities. When appropriate, patients hospitalized overnight can be transferred for continued care the next morning.Our state-of-the-art, independently owned and operated facility is designed with the comfort of our patients and clients in mind. We provide the highest quality of care, including advanced diagnostics and treatment for urgent and chronic conditions. Along with our specialists, our team consists of seasoned emergency veterinarians, many of whom have completed a rigorous internship program. Our technicians are highly skilled, many with advanced training in their specialty fields including surgery, anesthesia and emergency medicine. Our client care specialists offer exceptional service and compassion to each client who comes through our doors.We are a close-knit team dedicated to providing our patients, their families and their family veterinarians with high quality care, genuine compassion and clear, proactive communication. We strive to provide thorough information to allow clients to make critical decisions for their pets, and we partner with family veterinarians to provide an integrated, comprehensive approach to ensure that our patients receive the best care possible.

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Living Springs Veterinary Care
Living Springs Veterinary Care livingspringsvet.com

Seeking a Veterinary Technician to Join Our Team – We See it All – Small, Large & ExoticAre you ready to truly enjoy your career? Do you love diversity? Would you like to work with a great support staff of technicians and doctors? Would you enjoy getting some fresh air and sunshine while you’re treating all animals, great and small? Do you want to work for a practice that values both you and your physical and mental well-being? Then Living Springs Veterinary Care is the practice for you!Serving the I-70 Corridor since 2001, Living Springs is a mixed animal private practice that resides just east of Denver in the growing bedroom community of Bennett, Colorado. We are a non-corporate, privately owned, mixed animal, general practice veterinary hospital. We are looking for a veterinary technician that is ready to experience a life changing career. We offer diversity in our practice, and we appreciate diversity in our team members. Our practice values both physical and mental well-being in our team; here, work-life balance isn’t just a goal, it’s a reality.We offer excellent, top quality, integrative animal health care in a new facility with updated equipment and unparalleled mentoring. We are looking for an individual that:· Can effectively communicate with clients and staff.· Have the willingness to learn and adapt.· Act as a liaison between the staff and our clients to ensure coordinated patient care and communication experience before, during, and after all appointments and procedures.· Must be comfortable working under indirect supervision to perform basic technician appointments for routine preventative care services, as well as provide triage services to emergency cases as needed.We treat all animals, large, small, and exotic. Both in-house and ambulatory, medical and surgical, with competent and well-trained staff. We offer doggie daycare, indoor/outdoor dog boarding, cat boarding, and a full-service grooming salon. We've even been seen on the Animal Planet Network! On a typical day our patients can consist of dogs, cats, horses, and livestock - all the way to donkeys, llamas, pocket pets, reptiles, and even wallabies.Due to the variety of patients seen at our clinic, interested candidates can have both large and/or small animal interest and experience. We are excited to invest in our team members; we will provide you training if you need it across species. Candidates must have experience in the veterinary field, but licensing is not a requirement.We have a beautiful new, state of the art facility! Our main building was built in 2020, it is fully equipped with new equipment, ICU cages, dog and cat hospitalization, and separate isolation area. Our full line of in-house Zoetis diagnostic equipment allows us to run blood work, digital fecal analyses, digital urine sediment analyses, and cytology (cytology results within 2 hours, 24 hours/7 days a week). Our sister building provides indoor treatment and hospitalization of equines and other small livestock species. Our clinic has many amenities such as digital radiography (small animal, portable large animal and dental), ultrasound, laser therapy, as well as three fully stocked veterinary trucks for farm calls. A full service medical and surgical practice, we also include an integrative health care model in our daily procedures, offering chiropractic care, medical massage, and laser therapy to all patients.Our mission at Living Springs Veterinary Care is to provide top quality, integrative and compassionate animal health care, while fostering teamwork and growth in our company, along with serving and educating our community. We are open from 7:30 AM until 7:30 PM, Monday thru Saturday. Our flexible scheduling allows for plenty of time to enjoy your friends and family as well as our beautiful Colorado activities. Our shifts are flexible – early morning or late morning start times, 4-day work week, no non-compete and no on-call after business hours. Wages are $18.00-30.00/hour DOE. We have an engaging, compassionate, and up-lifting team environment, a top-notch compensation program. And a 2.5 tech to doctor ratio.We provide our employees:· Employee Assistance Program that provides free mental health therapy to all our team· 401(k)· Health insurance benefits– including dental and vision coverage· Accrued PTO and birthday paid day off or additional PTO hours if worked· CE compensation· Paid association dues· Personalized uniforms· 4 week paid sabbatical after 5 years of employment· Employee pet benefits· Memberships to our local Bennett Recreation CenterOur team values ownership, integrity, and the human animal bond in a fear-free environment. We offer a supportive, family-oriented environment that practices superior medicine and insists on a good work-life balance.

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VCA Alameda East Veterinary Hospital
VCA Alameda East Veterinary Hospital vcahospitals.com

We Care.At VCA, your pet’s health is our top priority, and excellent service to you is our goal. We’re a team of highly trained individuals dedicated to the health and well-being of your pets. Our technicians and support team members are all animal lovers who treat pets with the compassion and respect that they deserve.Local Doctors, World-Class Care.VCA is committed to continuously improving the standard of care for our hospitals and veterinary medicine as a whole through compassionate, high-quality primary care. VCA has over 1,000 neighborhood hospitals and over 6,000 Veterinarians. To stay on top of the latest advances, every VCA Veterinarian completes 30 hours of continuing education a year – more than twice the industry standard.

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