Certified Veterinary Technician Wanted
This is an advanced level position requiring extensive technical knowledge, skill and independence of action in support of the daily operational needs in all areas of the Green Bay and Allouez Animal Hospital.
If you read that as the job summary of a position you are looking for, please do not apply as that was the most boring introduction ever and we are not looking for boring!
Yes, it is true…we are looking to bring on a new team member in the capacity of a certified veterinary technician. What we are really looking for is just the right person to fit into our practice culture.
Are you able to break out into dance and song at a moment’s notice or when the mood strikes?
Can you laugh until you cry?
Are you technologically proficient in Snapchat and Facebook so you can stay in communication with the team?
Are you okay taking a nap with a recovering surgery patient?
Do you like puss and maggots and all things gross? Is it hard to contain yourself to be the first to pick something?
How is your aim? Because we like to occasionally have Nerf wars!
If you fit the above description…and the below as well, please put together a VIDEO resume telling us why you would be an amazing fit with our team!
Responsibilities (day-to-day activities include but are not limited to):
Educating clients about keeping their furry family members healthy
Holding furry friends for various procedures
Cheerfully greeting clients and answering the phone
Running cool lab/blood tests using our in-house Abaxis Laboratory
Assisting with the exciting cases and treating hospitalized patients
Utilizing our computerized medical records in Infinity
Maintain a clean and healthy environment
Qualifications: Must have a license or certification to work as a Veterinary Technician and a minimum of an associate degree. The will to grow and learn (no day is the same!). Ability to hold great conversation with almost complete strangers (a.k.a. an out-going person who loves people!). Ability to perform venipuncture, place IV catheters, read fecal samples and ear discharge cytology, administer anesthesia, take radiographs, perform dental cleanings, etc. (a.k.a. the really fun stuff!) Be a team player (because there is no ‘I’ in team!). Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment.
And of course, you should love dogs and cats…we love them too
Send VIDEO resume as well as a print resume (just so we can double check the facts) to email@example.com.