Responsibilities include but not limited to the following: Load appointments; Tech appointments; client education; administrative duties as assigned; cross trained as receptionist; proficient with Cornerstone; blood draws; assist and induce for surgeries; taking radiographs; dental radiographs; perform dental cleaning, scaling and polishing; blood draws; setting and managing IV catheters; urine collection; reading U/A’s, fecal tests, skin scrapings; setup and reading of cytologies, including ear, skin and eye; collecting various specimens, processing and submitting blood and other samples to appropriate laboratories or running samples on in-house laboratory equipment; anesthetic monitoring and assistance with other procedures as needed; administering medications and fluids (PO, SQ, IV); safe animal restraint and handling, reviews discharge instructions with clients, and performs other medical duties as required for quality patient care.
Must be able to lift 50 lbs, bend, stoop, twist, and kneel for extended periods of time.
Must be able to work Saturdays.
Veterinary Technician experience required.
AAS / Certification a plus.