Opportunity for a Veterinary Technician
Experienced technician needed for a progressive small animal practice in Johns Creek, Georgia.
We are a facility providing services in wellness care, internal medicine, surgery, radiology and dentistry.
Applicants must be proficient in catheter placement, running in-house labs, taking radiographs, animal restraint, positive work attitude and nursing care for hospitalized animals.
Applicants must also have strong communication skills and Cornerstone proficient is a plus with computer software.
We are a well established three doctor hospital. Our team is looking for an enthusiastic individual who is a team player, has a strong work ethic, is professional, and is courteous.
We are open 6 days a week, Monday - Friday 7:30am - 7:00pm and Saturday 8:00am - 2:00pm. Candidates need to be able to work some Saturdays.
Education for our clients and staff is a priority. We offer competitive pay and a supportive work environment. Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K available. Resumes can also be faxed to (770)623-8756
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