We are an AAHA accredited practice.
We are seeking a professional, experienced veterinarian tech to join our team of veterinarians in Jacksonville, Florida.
We have a collaborative team of talented veterinarians and techs. Our veterinarians meet monthly to discuss new medications and advancements in veterinary medicine, which strengthens our commitment to ongoing educational development and growth. We pride ourselves on practicing the highest quality medicine while providing excellent customer service.
Our practice is supported by a talented, highly trained staff. If you are looking to work in a progressive animal healthcare environment, we look forward to having you join our team.
We have the following tools and equipment at our fingertips:
Double Surgical Suites
Two Wet Treatment Tubs
Two Oxygen Generators
IDEXX diagnostic labs and in house diagnostic equipment
Sopix Digital Dental Radiography
Companion Laser Therapy
GE Portable Ultrasound Machine
Our four exam rooms are equipped with laptop computers and 42" televisions
Isolation room with separate ventilation and a fenced area dedicated for isolation patients
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.
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