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Pickaroon Animal Hospital
Pickaroon Animal Hospital pickaroonah.com
Ponderosa Pet Mobile Vet
Ponderosa Pet Mobile Vet ponderosapet.com
The Animal Hospital
The Animal Hospital longmontvets.com

The Animal Hospital is an AAHA-accredited clinic located in Longmont, CO. We are a full-service veterinary hospital that has been caring for companion animals in Longmont and surrounding areas since 1946. Our dedicated veterinarians and experienced staff are committed to providing the highest quality veterinary care throughout the life of each pet. We also have many doctors and technicians that are certified Fear Free. While upholding the highest standards in veterinary medicine, our team strives to individualize each role in the hospital to utilize your skills and knowledge to the best of your abilities. You will get to use your talents while learning from highly productive and knowledgeable teammates in an industry-leading hospital that truly wants you to succeed.The Animal Hospital is looking for a Certified Veterinary Technician and/or an experienced Veterinary Assistant (3+ years of experience) to join our team. We do have full-time or part-time positions available.Responsibilities Include venipuncture, catheter placement, lab sample collection, admitting and discharging surgical patients, monitoring hospitalized patients, dispensing medications as directed by veterinarians, assisting doctors in exam rooms, and assisting with surgical procedures/dentals.Required skills Taking TPR and history for medical exams, proficiency in restraint, ability to complete diagnostics in-clinic, ability to communicate information to clients and other team members, strong anesthetic monitoring skills.Full-time benefits start within 30 days of hire!Medical with Health Savings account with employer contributionDentalVision401kLife InsuranceDisability insurancePTO and Holiday PayEmployee DiscountsCare Companion Plans for your pets, and more!Additional Information: Our hospital is partnered with WellHaven Pet Health. This allows us to have a larger support system by connecting with other hospitals in the area while also remaining autonomous. WellHaven is a small family of practices. WellHaven Pet Health helps veterinarians, and their teams succeed both personally and professionally. We value our medical teams and strive to support everyone - every day. Our focus on personal growth, practice support, and life balance frames the relationship we want to have with our hospital staff. WellHaven Pet Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Learn more at wellhavenpethealth.com.We are so grateful for the recognition we have received this past year from Inc. Magazine for making a difference in our community and from Forbes for being named one of America's Best Startup Employers. This people-first approach has made a considerable difference in the lives of our teams, clients, pets, our communities, and our practice's health. It is an exciting time to be part of the WellHaven family of hospitals! Perhaps it's an excellent time for you to consider joining us!Commitment to DiversityWellHaven commits to a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment regardless of race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.Job Types: Full-time, Part-timePay: $21.00 - $25.00 per hourBenefits:401(k)401(k) matchingDental insuranceEmployee assistance programEmployee discountFlexible scheduleFlexible spending accountHealth insuranceLife insurancePaid time offParental leaveProfessional development assistanceReferral programRelocation assistanceRetirement planTuition reimbursementVision insurance

Animal Urgent Care Park Hill aucparkhill.com
Pima Medical Institute
Pima Medical Institute pmi.edu
Rose Veterinary Hospital roseveterinaryhospital.com

Are you great at your job and looking for a change of scenery? I have a fantastic opportunity in south/ central Colorado at the base of the Rockies. We seeking another credentialed technician at a busy well established three doctor, mixed animal practice. Applicants must be credentialed in their current state and have at least 1 year experience as a veterinary technician. You must be well versed in current practices in medicine, anesthesia, dental prophylaxis, radiology, hematology, cytology, and have above average communication skills. Our patients include anything from lizards, snakes, birds, cats, dogs, alpacas, horse, cows, goats, and a few more. You will be not only using the skills you have but also assisting in training interns and less experienced technicians as needed. In your down time you can enjoy many of the local Colorado activities that our area boasts. In your backyard you will have access to phenomenal whitewater rafting and fishing on the Arkansas river. We have trails that go for days whether you enjoy to walk, bike, horseback ride, or dirt bike. You can hit the slopes of our renowned ski resorts within an hour and a half. We have an amazing team and looking for the right person to add as we continue to grow. Our facility offers 2 buildings, one fully equipped and recently remodeled large animal facility with stalls for medical cases as well as stocks, loafing sheds, and paddock with head catch for our bovine patients. Our small animal facility offers both separate cat and dogs wards, isolation room, full surgery suite with two state of the art anesthesia carts. We have brand new digital radiology machines for dental and traditional radiology, we have a brand new portable ultrasound as well as a traditional cart ultrasound. If you enjoy doing dental procedures you will enjoy our fully equipped dentalaire machine with ultrasonic scaler, water, and polisher. Benefits currently include: Four day work weeks, we are closed Sat/Sun, birthdays are a paid day off, PTO accruing from day one at 4 hrs per month, one week annual PTO after 90 probationary period, all preventative care and one surgery per year per pet up to three pets, eligible for simple IRA after 1 yr employment. State association dues are paid for 100% and CE is paid for one conference per year. Some of uniform expense covered. Compensation will depend on experience. If this sounds like an opportunity for you please send resume to rosevethospital@@gmail.com

Loveland Veterinary Clinic
Loveland Veterinary Clinic www.lovelandveterinarian.com

Loveland Veterinary Clinic was established in 1949 and has a long standing record of success with our clients and patients. As a fast-paced, 5-doctor small animal practice we focus on providing the highest standard of client and patient care. Our hospital specializes in comprehensive canine and feline dentistry, diagnostic excellence, and innovative pain management, urgent care, preventative wellness, hospitalization, laser therapy, surgical services, dental prophylaxis and surgery, diagnostic imaging and ultrasound, all with a Fear-Free focus for our patients. We recognize the value in all of our team members and work to support them through competitive pay along with incentive bonus programs, annual continuing education, uniform allowance, and licensure reimbursements, plus our employee pet allowance and many other fantastic employee benefits.

Roaring Fork Equine Medical Center
Roaring Fork Equine Medical Center www.roaringforkemc.com

We are a team of board-certified equine surgeons and one board-certified equine internist with specialized training in equine ultrasound and cardiology. As a locally owned, small business, we take pride in knowing the specific needs of horses and owners in and around Roaring Fork Valley. Our ability to provide very personalized, hands-on care, cultivating specific treatment plans for each horse, with the horse and the owner’s best interests in mind, is what sets us apart. Our mission is to provide an exceptional, technically advanced facility, staffed with talented doctors and technicians focused on total horse care. We strive to maintain industry leadership in the equine medical community by bringing value to each customer, exceeding our clients’ expectations. We do this while concurrently advancing and adopting the most innovative medical and surgical techniques in horse veterinary care.The Roaring Fork EMC team encourages a collaborative approach, positivity and a culture of continual learning and growth. This collaborative approach allows our clients to benefit from the vast knowledge of the entire team, ensuring that the best minds come together on cases, no matter how complex. 

Vida Veterinary Care in Centennial
Vida Veterinary Care in Centennial www.vidavetcare.com

Vida Veterinary Care in Centennial is a rapidly growing 2 doctor practice. We see cats and dogs, as well as pocket pets and exotics. Our full-service hospital is conveniently located near all the life essentials, such as grocery stores, restaurants, banks, coffee shops and a gas station. At Vida, we pride ourselves on providing a healthy work-life balance and value our team members like family. We rely heavily on our team and you will use your skills to the fullest.

Red Hill Animal Health Center
Red Hill Animal Health Center redhillvet.com
Park Hill Veterinary Medical Center
Park Hill Veterinary Medical Center parkhillvet.com

Park Hill Veterinary Medical Center is where your pets matter. Our commitment is to deliver the best medical care to your special family members throughout their lifetime—from the routine to the unexpected. We aim to offer the best veterinary care for your pets in Denver.As partners in ensuring a healthy, active and long life for your pets, we strive to deliver the highest quality services with a loving touch. Our healthcare team is dedicated to providing personal attention to the concerns of each individual pet. We see clients from neighborhoods like Park Hill, Stapleton, Lowry, Montclair, Hale, Hilltop, City Park, City Park North, East Colfax, and Uptown.We are dedicated to creating a positive experience during every single visit to Park Hill Veterinary Medical Center. We are AAHA-Accredited and Fear Free Certified to make sure both you and your pet leave with as little stress as possible.

Veterinary Emergency Group veterinaryemergencygroup.com
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

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 [email protected] 

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 [email protected] with the subject line “Reproduction & Genetics Manager”. 

RiNoVet Animal Emergency Care
RiNoVet Animal Emergency Care rinovets.com

ATTENTION! Denver's newest, privately-owned veterinary emergency practice is looking to expand its team!We are a quickly growing, privately owned emergency practice in the River North (RiNo) Art District of downtown Denver. Our goal is to provide the best veterinary care possible to each pet while remaining accessible to those in need of emergency veterinary care.Backed by board-certified specialists in Emergency & Critical Care, Radiology, and Surgery.Backed by board-certified specialists in Radiology, Surgery and Emergency & Critical Care, RiNoVet is excited to continue to grow and provide even more support for the Denver Metro community.

Huron Animal Hospital
Huron Animal Hospital www.huronanimalhospital.com

Huron Animal Hospital, located on the Denver/Aurora border, is searching for a full time Veterinary Technicians and Care Team Assistants. The desired candidate will possess stellar customer service skills, enjoy interacting with people, both on the phone and in person, and demonstrate a passion for working with animals. The desired candidate will be able to multitask, thrive in a fast paced environment, and have an aptitude for great patient care. Desired candidate will be able to administer injections, perform venipuncture, take vital signs of animals, and properly restrain animals, including fractious pets, for examination and treatment. Additionally, the desired candidate should be able to give treatments/medications intravenously, orally, and subcutaneously. The desired candidate must be able to work well independently and with a team. Huron Animal Hospital is a high volume clinic that believes in providing quality care at affordable prices to the community. We offer a comprehensive benefits package including healthcare (For yourself and your pets), Dental, Vision, and a host of ancillary benefits. We are a team of highly dedicated individuals striving to provide the best quality medical care to the community. We look forward to you joining our team! Apply today and find out what makes Huron a great place to work!Job DescriptionAssists the veterinarian with office visits, exams, surgical procedure, dental prophylaxis, and takes care of the everyday needs of pets in the hospital and helps maintain the hospital facility, keeping it neat and clean.Job Requirements/ Skills/ Physical DemandsAn employee in this position must have a sense of caring for animals, be able to lift approximately 50 pounds, walk dogs of up to 130 pounds.Essential FunctionsProvide compassionate care for petsAssist veterinarian during wellness, sick, or drop-off exams including checking in patients, taking proper history, relying information to DVM efficiently and effectively, drawing up vaccines, and communicating patient wellness needs with clientDemonstrates and promotes positive customer service experience.Restrain pets for veterinarians and techniciansAssist in the taking of x-raysMonitor and collect urine and fecal samples as neededMonitor, record, and report physical signs of hospitalized/boarded petsClean cages, runs, boarding area and/or hospital facilities, including exam rooms, treatment room, exotics and isolation area, employee lounge, bathrooms and doctor’s officeComplete follow up phone calls dailyCollect, prepare and label samples for laboratory testing, culture, or microscopic examinationFill prescriptions, measuring medications and labeling containersAnswer phones as neededPatient CareDental prophylaxisAdminister medications and treatmentsOversee basic preventive care appointmentsTriage urgent care patients to identify patients in emergent need of medical interventionAssist veterinarians in sick patient workup and treatmentPerform or assist with humane euthanasiaClient EducationNutrition and wellness careMedication complianceParticipate in team approach to educating clients on medical concerns and chronic disease managementHelp develop client education toolsOral health careLaboratoryRun in-house diagnosticsPrep samples for referral laboratoriesPatient sample collectionUse of safe sample handling techniquesPharmacyMaintain in-house formularyCoordinate prescription refillsFill prescriptions using the 5 rights

Colorado Animal Specialty & Emergency coloradoanimalspecialty.com
Cottonwood Veterinary Clinic
Cottonwood Veterinary Clinic cottonwoodvc.com

We are a 3 doctor, AAHA certified, small animal practice that offers both in clinic and in home mobile services. We value our clients and patients and strive to provide the gold standard of care for them. Our team works close together and recognizes the importance of a healthy work-life balance.

Riverview Animal Hospital
Riverview Animal Hospital www.riverviewanimal.com
Hampden Family Pet Hospital
Hampden Family Pet Hospital www.thrivepetcare.com

At Hampden Family Pet Hospital, we offer primary care and urgent care service for dogs, cats, small mammals, and reptiles in Englewood. We specialize in Acupuncture, Orthopedic Surgery, and Laparoscopic Surgery. We are proud to be AAHA accredited.Canine Blood Heroes Blood Bank is on site. At Hampden Family Pet Hospital we understand that your pet is a member of your family. Our experienced and compassionate staff is devoted to caring for your pet at every stage of its life. We provide personalized, attentive medical and surgical care to all of our patients.

VetMatch
VetMatch www.vetmatchpro.com

Facilitating meaningful connections between veterinary staff & hospitals​.through positive cultures. We connect doctors, technicians, assistants, CSR's and leaders to the right hospitals teams. We're dedicated to making a difference. VetMatch has been recognized as the forefront of better workplace environments by lowering the financial and work-life stressors our industry faces.Quality Job Placements: Introductions pre-screened to your specific career, financial, personal (and more) preferences!Supportive Communities: Online and in-person events designed for meaningful relationships and professional integrity.Education and Ongoing Learning: Affordable, hands-on, practical training for top veterinary skillsets and effective work-life balance. Personalized care for both hospital leadership and the incredible professionals within. www.vetmatchPRO.com | 303.946.4151 | [email protected] In partnership with AVMA, CVMA, CACVT, VHMA, City & County of Denver Economic Development and Opportunity, and more.

Cat Care Society
Cat Care Society catcaresociety.org

Veterinary Technician - Feline Friendly!

West Ridge Animal Hospital www.wrah.net

Our 9 doctor, small animal and exotic practice is looking to hire! Located in Colorado, Greeley offers a great view of the mountains and is just a short drive to your mountainous escape or a night out in the big city of Denver. We offer flexibility with scheduling, the technicians are utilized by leveraging the doctors and are doing the skills they were taught in school. Our practice (private, non-corporate) encourages growth and development of our technicians including case discussion, CE opportunities, the usage of high-tech equipment, and time off for continued learning opportunities. We support technicians who want to advance their skills and pursue their specialty. We are always open to new ideas for providing top-notch care to the pets in our community. We are currently looking for a full-time technician that is interested in both general practice and urgent care work. This is a great position for someone who enjoys the long-term relationships, predictability, and stability that the day offers, yet the challenges and variety of after-hours emergency medicine and surgery. Our practice is currently open Mon-Fri 8 am-9 pm, Sat 8 am-5 pm, Sun 9 am-1 pm. We keep many of our medical and surgical cases in-house, which allows for better continuity of care. However, we also have ready access to traveling specialists and specialty hospitals for those cases that need to be transferred for more extensive treatment and care. Our 10,000 sq ft building is beautifully functional for our clients and team. We have ultrasound, double dental suites which include digital dental x-ray, surgical and therapeutic laser, rehabilitation, alternative medicine such as acupuncture, VOM, and massage, exotic pet/avian care, rhinoscopy, laparoscopy, digital radiography, a fully equipped lab to run samples immediately, and a full pharmacy including compounding for our smallest patients. Our technicians enjoy all the usual benefits (CE, PTO, retirement plan, uniform allowance, health insurance), but our practice offers so much more than can be detailed here. The ability to contribute to a hospital that practices high-quality veterinary medicine with a focus on great employee culture, the resources for growth and challenge, flexible scheduling and a unique caseload make West Ridge Animal Hospital a great place to work! If you’re a team-oriented, motivated, technician who is looking for a career opportunity where you can form trust-based relationships with clients and exemplify great patient care knowing that you are making a tangible difference in the lives of pets in our community, then we want to hear from you! Please contact Nikki at [email protected]