Come practice where fun is a priority and your voice will be heard! Sano Hospital for Animals (Sano) is an easy 15 minute commute, west of 470 on highway 285. Most of our staff who drive from "down the hill" say the commute is far quicker than downtown. We have a fantastic, relaxed clientele who take great care of their pets and compared to many metro practices are a blast to work with!!!Sano sees a heavy load of urgent care and surgical cases given our mountain location and rely heavily on technicians to provide optimal care. Equipment includes Abaxis and Istat in-house labs, Sound-Eklin Smart DR, Image-vet dental x-ray, Butterfly IQ ultrasound, 3 iso and 1 sevoflurane machine, Cardell surgical monitors and Heska fluid pumps.Ultrasounds are done onsite by a boarded radiologist. Advanced surgeries and orthopedics are done onsite by a boarded surgeon.The practice owner is an Iditarod Veterinarian and also provides care for the local humane society. We emphasize gentle handling and judicious use of sedatives when needed. The practice owner likes to protect his back and the technicians, so we don't do rodeos and utilize lift tables.We are hiring due the addition of a fulltime and part time veterinarian. Benefits include health insurance, paid holidays, paid sick leave, paid maternity leave, pet care, $2500 friends and family pet care stipend, CE, CACVT dues, licensing fees, and extensive access to free Starbucks and snack stocked break room.At Sano technicians are relied upon extensively client communication. We are a technology driven practice making typing and computer skills (or the willingness to learn) preferable. Sano technicians are responsible for inductions, surgical prep and assisting, anesthetic monitoring, dentistry and recovery. Comfort with emergency protocols is beneficial as we see a large number of trauma cases.Please email cover letter and resume. Feel free to email with further questions about the position.
Wanted: Calhan Veterinary Clinic is looking for a credentialed veterinary technician!
Fear Free Hospital seeking CVT. No weekends!Looking for a great work-life balance? Looking for a different way to see patients? The fear free model has transformed our practice and our staff, clients and patients couldn't be happier. Take the stress out of your career and apply now. We offer competitive pay and full benefits.
Full Job DescriptionPosition Title: Veterinary TechnicianPosition Summary: Veterinary Technicians at CCS are crucial to the success of the shelter medicine team and the shelter itself. Veterinary technicians are responsible for the oversight and daily management of the shelter's felines, under the guidance of veterinarians.Salary: Pay starts at $21Reports To: Assistant Manager of Veterinary ServicesAbout CCS: Cat Care Society has been improving the quality of life for homeless, abused, and injured cats for over 30 years. Join us in our mission to continue enriching the lives of people and cats in Jefferson County and beyond.Vision: The Society’s goals are:To sponsor educational programs that promote responsible pet ownership, humane treatment of all animals, and the elimination of pet overpopulationTo shelter cats in a healthy, cage free environment and to find compatible and responsible families for every catTo provide community outreach programs that improve the quality of life for cats and peopleTo be a friend to all catsRole Responsibilities:Under the guidance of a veterinarian, assists with a variety of animal health care duties including caring for ill and injured animals, monitors the health of animals for signs of disease, and performs other care giving activities in a caring and compassionate manner.Administer anesthesia and monitor animals under anesthesia.Assure successful recovery of animals post-surgeryAssists veterinarian in medical and surgical procedures.Perform physical examination of animals.Perform accurate data entry to update animal records and controlled drug logs.Performs routine laboratory tests by collecting and preparing samples for requested tests, conducts laboratory tests, and reads and records results.Provides specialized nursing care for ill and injured animals, administers vaccinations and other injections, and dispenses medications.Perform euthanasia and other related tasks.Contribute to and lead initiatives to improve processes and procedures.Oversee medical supply inventory process and provide accurate counts as well as data weekly.Participate in other shelter daily tasks as needed and assigned by assistant manager.Qualifications:1 year experience working as a veterinary technician in a shelter or high volume clinic settingWorking knowledge of current veterinary practices, shelter medicine preferredProven organizational, time management, and planning skills requiredAbility to communicate skillfully and effectively with a culturally diverse staff, volunteers, and community in a professional, pleasant, and respectful manner at all timesMaturity with ability to use good judgment and display a professional mannerGood analytical skills and ability to identify and access department issues/opportunitiesEnjoys problem solving within existing resources; does not rely on additional dollars to resolve problemsTrack record of fostering a positive work environmentEducation & Experience:Associate degree in veterinary technology or equivalent experienceCompletion of a veterinary technician internship or comparable experienceSchedule Flexible, typically working 4, 10 hour days.Benefits:Dental insuranceEmployee discountHealth insurancePaid time offPaid time for CETo Apply:Reply to postingJob Types: Full-time, Part-timePay: $21.00 - $23.00 per hourBenefits:401(k)Dental insuranceEmployee discountHealth insurancePaid time offProfessional development assistanceSchedule:10 hour shift8 hour shiftCOVID-19 considerations:Masks optionalAbility to commute/relocate:Denver, CO 80214: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Required)Experience:Veterinary experience: 1 year (Preferred)Work Location: One location
From 24/7 emergency care to specialty veterinary services, we are a trusted source for veterinary care for clients in Englewood and the Denver Metro area.
The C. Wayne McIlwraith Translational Medicine Institute (TMI) is operated under the Department of Clinical Science (College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences) at Colorado State University (CSU). The Institute provides a safe, secure, state of the art facility for faculty, scientists and staff for collaborative efforts in the area of research, entrepreneurial business development and continuing medical education aligned to the institute’s mission and vision. The TMI is a new initiative housed in a 130,000 sq. ft. building that opened in December 2018.The CSUVetCE team @ TMI seeks to provide an unparalleled Continuing Education (CE) experience every day…something that we refer to as “CE Elevated”. We believe that people, animals and the planet can be improved when inspired learners, engaged educators and relevant learning experiences collide; that is the purpose, the passion and the why behind our quest to provide CE Elevated experiences. We host up to 75+ CE courses on more than 150 calendar days each year including a wide variety of small animal, equine and human continuing medical education courses to graduate veterinarians, certified technicians and medical professionals throughout the year. We utilize a combination of models, simulators, cadavers and humane non-terminal use of live animals in our courses; cadaveric training comprises ~ 2/3 of our lab instruction .We are a rapidly growing and maturing group and now is a great time to jump aboard the CSUVetCE team for the right person. In our busy times, our team can have a series of 7-day work weeks. Responsibilities for support of CE lab courses will be divided between this managerial position, the CE Lab Course Coordinators, the CE Lab Assistants and Support positions and student/non-student hourly employees and volunteers.We’re seeking a motivated, intelligent, responsible, organized, adaptable, customer-centric, and skilled veterinary technician to organize and manage the CE Teaching Laboratories located in the Translational Medicine Institute. General responsibilities include equipment knowledge, maintenance and management, scheduling hands-on procedural and surgical laboratories within the various groups utilizing the Teaching Laboratories (including small animal and equine) and management of CE Teaching Lab personnel. This position is permitted to participate in technician-level CE as a paid instructor when needed. This position will report to the Senior Manager of CE, but will work closely with all TMI Unit personnel, the faculty delivering the labs and supporting vendors / sponsors. Important skill sets will include organization, attention to detail, personnel management, animal use oversight and written and oral communication.CSU is an EO/EA/AA employer and conducts background checks on all final candidates.To apply for this position, please follow this link to our jobsite:https://jobs.colostate.edu/postings/118474To be fully considered for this position, your application must be submitted by 11:59PM (MST) January 16, 2023.
Hiring and Retention Bonuses ! ! !We are searching for a CVT who genuinely enjoys working with cats! We are fortunate to work with awesome, long-term and loyal clients, and most team members have been with us 21+ years. Opportunities in this job include managing complex medical cases, dentistry and routine surgery, working with a variety of outside specialists, and a special focus on helping senior cats flourish. Hours are 8 - 5 with 30-minute appointments, and schedule includes a consistent day off during the week, and some Saturdays. Enjoying client contact, and good phone / computer skills are a must. Competitive pay based on experience. Excellent benefits (medical and dental insurance, paid time off, paid CE, scrubs allowance, generous employee pet benefits, and more). New and recent graduates welcome to apply. Join our Nextdoor Neighborhood Favorite and "Best of the Best" award-winning hospital as we celebrate our 22nd year!
Urban Vet Care is a thriving 6 doctor AAHA small privately women-owned animal by practice located in the Highland’s neighborhood near downtown Denver since 2003. We are seeking a competent, enthusiastic Technician to join our highly experienced friendly team. We boast a beautiful state of the art facility and a great working environment. We are dedicated to provide compassionate care for our patients. We are not open weekends or evenings and techs do four 10 hours shifts and strive to create a work life balance.
At Adams County, our team members engage in top-notch opportunities to grow and expand their impact. We cultivate an inclusive and innovative culture where diversity matters! Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) is a core cultural competency at Adams County, and we actively seek and welcome applicants that bring diverse experiences and value inclusion.
Large animal veterinary technician.
Busy Privately owned 3 doctor small animal practice. Services include: General Practice, exotics, reproduction feline and canine full-service, dentistry, and surgery. Practice will be hiring 2 more doctors in the near future. We are building a brand new clinic doubling our current size. We hope to occupy the new building in April 2023. We have state of the art equipment and a highly qualified staff.
Urban Vet Care is a thriving 6 doctor AAHA small privately women-owned animal by practice located in the Highland’s neighborhood near downtown Denver since 2003. We are seeking a competent, enthusiastic Technician to join our highly experienced friendly team. We boast a beautiful state of the art facility and a great working environment. We are dedicated to provide compassionate care for our patients. We are not open weekends or evenings and techs do four 10 hours shifts and strive to create a work life balance.Our services include:Wellness careDentistryRadiologyInternal medicineIn house laboratory and pharmacySurgeryUltrasoundLaser therapyAcupunctureWe are seeking a CVT that shares our continued mission of excellence and warmth. The ideal candidate would be positive, experienced and motivated.Some benefits of joining the UVC Team include:Health and dental insurance availableEmployee pet discountPaid holidays and paid vacationUniform allowanceCE allowanceAAHA membership401-K retirement plan availableYour birthday paid and offUrban 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.
Small animal clinic
Mountain Vet to Pet was established in 2004 to meet the needs of geriatric patients in the Evergreen and surrounding communities. The practice has since expanded providing care for all the life stages of dogs, cats and ferrets. In 2007, the clinical facility was added providing a more comprehensive practice. Our philosophy is to provide quality compassionate care, at an affordable price in a warm, inviting environment that limits the stress and anxiety of our special companions and their caregivers. We are proud to still call our original clients part of our extended family and believe our success in client loyalty is because we practice what we preach and genuinely love our chosen profession. We are looking to add a veterinary technician with at least one year of experience to our team.
PMPC is seeking a pet cremation associate to assist in all aspects of the natural, alkaline hydrolysis pet cremation process. Applicants must be comfortable with handling and being around deceased pets and working with clients who are grieving.Duties Include:Completion of all relative paperworkLoading & Unloading of Hydrolysis machineAnswering phones/ Scheduling Client & Clinic appointmentsWorking with clients and their petsClinic Pick ups and DeliveriesMaking clay paw printsMaintaining a clean work environmentRequirements:· Organization· Self Motivation· Attention to detail· Ability to lift 50lbs alone, more with assistance· Clean driving record is a must-will be driving company car for pick ups and ash returns.Work days include Monday, Tuesday, alternating Thursday & Fridays 8:30am-5:00pm. Working 2 weekends a month which consist of 6 hours total for each weekend. Benefits include personal pet services and work attire; after established working period and bonuses based on performance.Salary: $13.50-$15.00 per hour depending on experience719-428-3072
Legacy Veterinary Clinic continues to grow and add more staff to our fun, caring and dedicated team. We are a three doctor, AAHA certified, state of the art canine and feline exclusive veterinary practice.We recently added a new doctor to our staff, so we are on the hunt for a self-starting, motivating, caring and hardworking team member that would like to build on their existing skills as well as learn new skills with our team.Our technicians are hands on when it comes to providing the excellent care and customer service that our clients and patients have come to expect. We provide all level of services from annual exams, second opinions, laser therapy, surgery, digital radiographs, ultrasounds and more. Veterinary technicians enjoy working four, ten hour shifts and only work every other Saturday. We are closed on Sundays.If working with a team that feels more like a family than co-workers sounds good to you please contact us today with a cover letter and resume. Benefits:Benefits package after introductory period include uniforms, flexible scheduling, PTO, paid CE and biennial CACVT dues paid, one-time VTNE paid, group health insurance, discounts on products and services and a yearly $400 in-clinic credit to be used toward personal pet care.
VCA Anderson Animal Hospital is seeking an experienced Credentialed Veterinary Technician to join our team.We are a busy 3 doctor practice that has been serving the Lakewood community since 1991! Our hospital is open Mon-Fri 7a-7p and Sat 8a-5p.We offer a flexible schedule of 4 10-hr shifts on a rotating basis, and are looking for someone who is also skilled in assisting with surgeries and dentals.Starting Pay is $20-$25 per hour depending on years of experience and CVT license.Full benefits package available after 30 days of employment!Why We Need YouYou’ve worked hard for your credentialing and we want you to use the knowledge that you’ve invested your time and talent in. The skills that you will be utilizing include, but are not limited to:• Venipuncture• catheter placement• radiology• anesthesia monitoring• physical examinations and patient assessment• surgical preparation and assisting• dentistry• laboratory work• pharmacy• patient recovery• compassionate care for our hospitalized patientsWhy You Should Consider UsAt VCA, your passion for medicine and compassion for pets and people is matched with a commitment to your professional growth.• You will enjoy exposure to a diverse and stimulating caseload, employ the most advanced imaging and monitoring tools, and tap into the expertise of more than 4,500+ doctors, including 600+ boarded specialists.• You will sharpen your skills—and even learn some new techniques—and explore career options that only VCA can offer, such as continuing education, transfer, specialization, and leadership opportunities.• We offer competitive compensation along with a comprehensive benefits package, including: medical/dental/vision and paid vacation/sick time (for F/T employees only), 6 paid holidays per year, 401(k) with match, generous personal pet care discounts up to 75% off, $750 annual CE allowance and more!
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.