The Animal Emergency Clinics of St. Louis is growing and looking for veterinary technicians!
Our Clinics offer a broad spectrum of services including emergency and critical patient monitoring, digital radiology, laboratory services, and surgery.
The majority of our patients are dogs and cats. However, we will also see other small mammals and exotic pets such as ferrets, rabbits, hamsters, guinea pigs, gerbils, birds, and reptiles.
Our doctors are trained to provide care for a broad spectrum of presenting medical and surgical problems.
Each of our employees is important to our patient's care.
Veterinary technicians and assistants complete an intensive training and testing program that gives them the skills to handle emergency telephone calls as well as provide nursing care to sick and injured pets.
Our animal hospital is newly renovated. We work in a quick, fast paced that differs from day to day. You never know what will walk through the door! There are always interesting cases.
We have a digital x-ray and in-house blood work. You will have the opportunity to assist/monitor surgeries. We pride ourselves on providing quality patient care.
O'Fallon is a suburb about 35 min from St. Louis.
For our location in Kirkwood For our location in O'Fallon
9937 Big Bend 336 Fort Zumwalt Square
Kirkwood, MO. 63122 O’Fallon, Mo. 63366
For consideration and additional information, please email your current C.V. to: Amy Miller at Amiller@stlouisanimal.com Website: http://www.stlouisanimalemergencyclinic.org or call 636-240-5496
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