Want weekends off?Want to work for a privately owned small business?Urban Vet Care is a thriving 6 doctor, AAHA accredited, privately owned veterinary practice located in the Highland’s neighborhood near downtown Denver since 2003. We are seeking competent, enthusiastic technicians to join our highly experienced, friendly team. We boast a beautiful state of the art facility, mindful of a work/life balance and dedicated to provide compassionate care for our patients. We are not open weekends or evenings and our technicians typically work 4, 10 hour shifts. Pay is depending on experience and skills.Our services include:Wellness careDentistryRadiologyInternal medicineIn house laboratory and pharmacySurgeryUltrasoundLaser therapyAcupunctureWe are seeking a CVT or RVT that shares our continued mission of excellence and warmth. The ideal candidate would be positive, experienced, motivated and able to utilize their skills.Some benefits of joining the UVC Team include:Health and dental insurance availableEmployee pet discountPaid holidays and paid vacationYour birthday paid and offUniform allowanceCE allowanceDues and license paid by the practiceAAHA membership401-K retirement plan availableUrban Vet Care is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, genetic information, status as a protected veteran, or status as a qualified individual with disability. Urban Vet Care complies with all applicable federal, state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment.''Benefit Conditions:Waiting period does apply for benefitsOnly full-time employees eligible for health insurancePT employees can get partial benefitsJob Type: Full-timeSalary: From $24.00 per hourBenefits:401(k)401(k) matchingDental insuranceEmployee discountHealth insurancePaid time offSchedule:10 hour shiftSupplemental pay types:Signing bonusCOVID-19 considerations:Urban Vet Care has launched an aggressive COVID-19 action plan to keep our staff, our clients, and our patients safe. Visit urbanvetcare.com/covid-19 for more information.Experience:Veterinary Technician Experience: 1 year (Required)License/Certification:CVT or RVT (Required)
Congratulations on your decision to join the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo veterinary team! Work at one of North America's top 10 zoos in the city that U.S. News and World Report named the #1 Most Desirable Place to Live and the #2 Best Place to Live in the U.S. for 2022-2023. Join our team, which includes 3 veterinarians and a hospital manager/veterinary technician, in addition to this full-time posted position. You will work with one of North America's largest giraffe herds and help be on the forefront of advancing giraffe medicine as part of our Giraffe Center, in addition to providing the highest level of care for the multitude of other species that captivate our guests and team members daily. You will help grow and maintain an active teaching program including: a post-graduate zoo veterinary technician position; veterinary students from Colorado State University and Western University Colleges of Veterinary Medicine; and help fulfill MOU's with the United States Air Force Academy Falconry Program and the Fort Carson United States Army Post’s Veterinary Team.
I own a LaBoit mobile hospital providing care for cats and dogs in Greeley, Co and also serving 13 other cities around Greeley (we do not go to Ft. Collins).
We are a busy 4 doctor practice with loyal clientele. We are AAHA accredited, a Certified Cat Friendly Practice, and we practice fear free and low stress.
We are looking for a veterinary technician or assistant to join our incredible team at Pet Menders Animal Hospital! We are a privately owned 2+ doctor small animal practice in beautiful Boulder, Colorado. We will consider all experience levels as long as a positive team attitude, dependability and willingness to continue to learn! We are considering a full or part time schedule. Please send resumes via email to email@example.com.
The Feline Fix is a small cat only, nonprofit that does Spay and Neuter clinics on Thursdays & Saturdays, wellness every other Friday and has a kitten foster & adoptions program. The Feline Fix does 25-32 cats a surgery day with 1-10 feral cats. We have a staff of 6 that are a tight-knit family with big hearts for cats.
Are you a Certified/Licensed Veterinary Nurse with Full Time (possibly 2 part time) needs? Do you like to work hard and like to have fun doing it! Do you like to work with a great group of people who enjoy their job? And the most appreciative clients in the world! Well, we may have a position for you. So, if you are interested, give us a call.Just For Paws Veterinary Hospital is looking for a veterinary nurse to cover a multitude of shifts. The opportunity for covering relief shifts for current nurses is also available to work extra hours. Our practice is growing, and we need an employee who wants to grow with us.Just for Paws has a fun work environment yet still practices great quality of medicine. We are a 20-plus-year AAHA Certified practice located on Coal Mine Avenue near Kipling in Southwest Littleton. Please email resumes and check out our website at www.justforpawsvet.com. Hopefully, we are the right fit for you.Job Type: Full-time, Possibly, 2 part timeSalary: $17.00- $22.00 per hourBenefits:Dental insurance (Full Time)Employee discountHealth insurance (Full Time)Paid time off above state mandated time off for Full TimeSchedule: Multiple possibilities10 hour shift12 hour shift8 hour shiftEducation:Associate (Preferred): CVT RVT LVTExperience:At least one year's experience as a nurseLicense/Certification:Veterinary Technician Certification (Preferred)
Palmer Lake Veterinary Clinic has been serving our community for over 19 years! We have built a brand-new state-of-the-art facility. Our premium pet care facilities are thoughtfully designed by veterinary experts to reduce clinical headaches. Optimized for flow and feel, this new hospital includes top of the line equipment, beautiful surgery suites, a luxury breakroom, fear-free interior and more. We use our assistants and technicians to their full potential and training is provided to increase technical skills. We are excited to hear from you!
A privately owned small animal hospital located in Parker, CO. Our focus is on providing the best relationship based medicine. Our team exemplifies passion and provides our clients with the best customer service available. We offer laparoscopic procedures, ultrasound, laser therapy, PRP therapy, acupuncture, emergency and GP services and so much more. We have a FUN team and only bring on team members that share similar values and are looking for a place that performs an extremely high standard of care. Enjoying laughter is a must!
Looking for a full or part time technician for a three doctor practice in Hygiene, CO (just west of Longmont).
OUR STORYWe opened Mountain Star to ease the suffering of pets. It is likely you’ve exhausted several options to heal your pet’s eye or skin conditions.We’re here to help. We work alongside family veterinarians to provide the highest level of care, support, and communication for clients and patients. We use the newest medical treatments while drawing on our decades of experience in specialty medicine.We strive to be your destination for specialized veterinary care and get your pet the help you have been hoping for.OUR MISSIONTo be the preferred specialty veterinary medical care provider and the preferred employer of veterinary medical professionals in the Rocky Mountain Region.OUR PROMISEWe provide the highest quality care by focusing on clinical excellence, effective communication, and healthy practice culture. At Mountain Star, we honor the Golden Rule: treat others as you’d like to be treated. We deliver a premium experience — one that’s personalized and focused.OUR VALUESWe’ll build a relationship with you using these 3 elements:Competence: We are very good at our jobs. We cultivate technical excellence.Integrity: We are honest with strong moral principles. We do what we say we’ll do.Benevolence: We genuinely care about others. We’re empathic, well-meaning, and kind. Plus, we’ll include nonprofits in our care program from day one.
The Longmont Humane Society (LHS) is currently accepting applications for a full-time or part-time, Monday- Friday Veterinary Technician to work in our Well Pet Clinic. This position is responsible for a variety of duties, including: pre- and post- surgical care, monitoring anesthesia, administering medication, doing lab work, performing dentals, and operating digital radiology equipment.Our ideal Well Pet Clinic Technician will be comfortable performing pre-surgical exams, anesthetic drug preparation, as well as monitoring and managing anesthesia with input from our Veterinarians. Ideally, s/he has obtained certification, but we encourage experienced candidates to apply. Our new Technician will be motivated, able to work independently in addition to being effective in a fast-paced team environment, respectful to other clinic team members, and sincerely compassionate with both clients and patients. This is a great opportunity to join a shelter associated practice with a hardworking, yet fun-loving atmosphere.Position SummaryThe Veterinary Technician supports the veterinarians at Well Pet Clinic and is responsible for assisting during surgeries and facilitating office exams and drop-in visits for clients. This position reports to the Veterinary Services Manager.Essential Duties and Responsibilities Performs pre-surgical duties on animals and prepares animals for surgery. Calculates administers and records pre-anesthetic drugs. Monitors anesthesia during surgery, through post-anesthesia and recovery. Cleans and prepares surgical instruments and ensures supplies are ready for use. Educate clients on pre and post-surgical care of their animals. Performs dental cleanings. Responds to emergency situations, administering triage care. Meets with Walk-In clients and performs services such as; vaccinations, heartworm testing, nail trims, anal gland expression, and microchipping. Educate Walk-In clients about vaccine protocols, heartworm disease, proper diet, proper dental care. Prepares and operates digital radiology equipment and follows radiology safety procedures. Prepares laboratory samples. Facilitates office exams for clients and veterinarians. Assist Veterinarians with euthanasia Maintains communication with veterinary team members about animal care and treatment. Assists veterinary and WPC team members with other duties as assigned. General clinic cleaning and laundry duties. Administers and records medications and treatments as assigned. Maintains appropriate records, documents, and data entry for patients Inventories and orders supply as assignedJob QualificationsEducation and Experience: CVT preferred, must be in good standing Maintains a satisfactory level of care by attending continuing education. At least 1 year of work experience; previous work experience in a veterinary care field preferred.Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Effective communication, organization, and strong customer service skills. Strong verbal and written communication skills; Spanish language speaking ability a plus. Shows initiative and is a conscientious worker. Ability to handle multiple tasks at once in a fast-paced environment. Detail-oriented and exercises good judgment when dealing with the public and animal-related concerns. Ability to lift and carry 50 pounds.Working Conditions: Office and animal shelter environment. Potential exposure to high noise levels and zoonotic diseases. Occasional lifting of up to 50 pounds. Frequent use of the computer.Job Types: Full-time, Part-timeSalary: $19.00 - $22.00 per hourBenefits:Dental insuranceHealth insurancePaid time offRetirement planVision insuranceSchedule:10 hour shift4 hour shift8 hour shiftDay shiftMonday to FridayNo nightsNo weekendsOvertimeEducation:High school or equivalent (Preferred)Experience:Veterinary experience: 1 year (Required)Work Location: In person
Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that is devoted to the rehabilitation and release of orphaned, injured, and sick wildlife. We are the largest wildlife rehabilitation center treating mammals, birds, and waterfowl on the Front Range. We treat thousands of animals annually and over 200 species have come through our doors since we were founded in 1982.
We are one of 4 clinics in the state that offer the I-131 treatment in curing cats of hyperthyroidism and also offer three different accommodations for a full boarding facility. We were voted the best Veterinarian practice for the last 5 years and a Next Door Neighborhood favorite since 2018. We are a small practice of just one doctor that value the work- life balance and offer a plethora of benefits.
From Vets to Pets, Your Care CompanionWhat came first: Happy Vets or Happy Pets? At Wellhaven, there is no wrong answer - we strive to make sure all of our clinics are filled with both!