Located in Boynton Beach, Florida, the veterinarians and staff at Coral Breeze Animal Hospital are committed to the healthcare and well-being of pets. We are looking for a technician to join our team. A Veterinary Technician is the foundation of a solid clinical medical practice and the primary support of our doctors. The duties of a technician require practical knowledge of hospital procedures, policies and services; client and patient treatment protocols; hospital computer systems; and the standard procedures, records, and terminology used in a veterinary hospital. They assist in pet restraint, lab work, procedures, surgery, nursing care, and triage/discharge of patients.
The mission of Coral Breeze Animal Hospital is to meet the needs of our patients and clients by providing exceptional service, compassionate care and practicing comprehensive, high quality veterinary medicine. We are dedicated to client education, preventative care and open and honest communication.
Located in south Florida’s Palm Beach County, our community boasts a superior life style complimented by exceptional sub-tropical weather year round!
Boynton Beach is the county’s third largest city. Whatever lifestyle you seek, we have it here in Boynton Beach! Upscale rental communities on the Intracoastal waterway, condominiums, luxury single family homes and estates, world class golf communities and of course, original ”old Florida’ neighborhoods” offering the charm and intimacy of years ago. Boynton Beach is easily accessible from all major highways in South Florida. Palm Beach International Airport is only 15 minutes away to the north, while Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport is located 30 minutes to the south.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Current Veterinary Technician Registration or Certification or Appropriate equivalent work experience
Graduate of an accredited veterinary technology program (preferred)
High School diploma or equivalent
One or more years’ experience in veterinary environment, including intern assignments
Physical and Other Requirements
Ability to lift up to 50 pounds (work requires lifting, carrying, and restraining animals – with assistance from other staff members for animals weighing over 50 pounds)
Ability to walk or stand for 10 to 12 hours (or longer shifts, as needed); frequently working in a bent position
Ability to handle stressful situations
Ability to complete assigned tasks, even if extended work hours are required in order to do so