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Established, high quality holistic practice
in the Mid-Atlantic area. They also use
integrative medical care and conventional
diagnostics to effectively diagnose and
treat. Busy practice with no after hours and
no weekend calls. Attractive and open
facility. For more information, visit
www.simmonsinc.com or call 888.881.7084.
Practices for Sale
Monmouth County, NJ: Multi-doctor SA
practice w/RE. 3-exam rooms. Code: NJ3.
Southeastern VA: Multi-doctor 4,200sf
practice w/RE. 4-exam rooms. Code: VA5.
Buncombe County, NC: Solo 3,000sf Feline
clinic w/RE. 3-exam rooms. Code: NC7.
Lexington County, SC: 2,000sf SA practice
w/RE. 2-exam rooms. Code: SC2.
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Experienced Veterinarian, full-time. Falls Road Animal Hospital
see web site
www.fallsroad.com or email resume with cover letter to:
Associate veterinarian wanted for well established, 5 doctor
small animal practice in western Maryland. We have a fantastic
support staff housed in a facility with many amenities. Digital
x-ray, ultrasound, in house lab, a new dental suite, and much
more. One hour to DC and Baltimore, close to skiing, golf, and
more. No emergency duty! Competitive salary and benefits
package. New graduates welcome. Please send resume to or contact
Dr. Jenn Dolan, 17747 Virginia Avenue, Hagerstown, Md 21740;
(301)739-3121; Fax (301) 739-0617; or email.
The Veterinary Neurologic Hospital & Rehabilitation Center is
currently seeking a Veterinary Technician for a part-time,
evening position. Professional veterinary technician experience
is required. We are looking for team players that are motivated
to expand their knowledge. For more information, call
410-840-9559. Or fax your resume to 410-840-2107, Attn. Jodi.
Full time associate wanted for small animal hospital in forest
hill, MD Please send a resume to forest hill veterinary clinic 6
W. jarrettsville road forest hill, md 21050 Phone 410-838-6788 e
Full time position for veterinary technician at our busy AAHA
accredited general practice. College degree with experience or
RVT required. Job duties include anesthesia monitoring,
appointments, in-house laboratory, phlebotomy, surgery protocols
and pain management, dentistry, nursing care, digital imaging,
and more. A great opportunity for a dedicated technician.
Notes: Local Residents Preferred (No Relo).
Additional Salary Information: Salary to compensate experience,
401K, annual leave, health insurance.
Requirement: Bachelor’s degree and experience or RVT
Salary to compensate experience
Be rewarded for your talent and dedication! Banfield is
currently seeking associates veterinarians in Wilmington and
Newark, DE as well as in Salisbury, MD and Lancaster, PA. Join a
practice that will provide you with ongoing educational
opportunities and mentorship, a comprehensive compensation and
benefits package, flexible schedules to meet your lifestyle, and
the tools you need to practice the highest quality of veterinary
medicine. Learn more today by visiting
contact Kerrie Holmberg at 503-922-5106 or via email at
firstname.lastname@example.org. Apply today!
RVT needed for surgical referral
Anesthesia/Surgery Technician Needed for busy practice! Looking
for a job where you can use your skills to the fullest?
Certified/Registered/Licensed veterinary technician needed for
busy small animal surgical referral practice located in
Annapolis. Typical schedule is (4) 10hr days, between the hours
of 7a-7p, Mon-Fri. Send resume to
email@example.com or fax
to 888-821-0322. Benefits include medical/dental/vision
insurance, paid vacation/holidays, scrub allowance, continuing
education, 401K, among many others. SIGNING BONUS available for
Additional Salary Information: Paid vacation, paid holidays,
scrub allowance, 401K, profit sharing, health/dental/vision
insurance, employee discounts, CE allowance
Emergency & Critical Care
The candidate will work in our state-of-the-art facility,
equipped with a wide range of diagnostic and monitoring
equipment, complete in-house laboratory and onsite blood
banking. Candidate must possess good communication skills, be
responsive to the needs of the patients, clients and referring
veterinarians, and be capable of handling a busy caseload. Our
facility offers board certified specialty referral services.
Outstanding benefit and compensation package. FAX curriculum
vitae to Cyndy Minacapelli (410) 252-2658 or email
Notes: US Residents Only
Requirements: Internship training is desirable.
Veterinary Practice Manager
The purpose of this position is to provide a variety of
analytical, evaluative, advisory, coordinating, supervisory, and
technical functions in support of Longmeadow Animal Hospital.
Areas of responsibility encompass veterinary practice
administration, operational plans, training of staff, ordering
and stocking supplies and equipment, funds and resource
management, data automation, staffing, safety and security, and
review/evaluation/analysis of the past performance of the
Notes: Local Residents Preferred (No Relo)
Requirements: The successful candidate will have
knowledge of all of the responsibilities of the various
positions within a veterinary hospital. Candidate must have a
flexible schedule and be available to work some evenings and
Associate needed P/T or F/T in
Harford County, MD
Churchville Veterinary Clinic is seeking to add a P/T or F/T
veterinarian to our growing multi-location SA practice in
Harford county, MD. We focus on medical and surgical case
management combined with excellent client communication. Our
dedicated team is ready to help you transition into our
practice. Our clinics offer EKG, Pulse oximetry, Ultrasound,
Blood pressure monitors, Fluid pumps, Tonopen, Ultrasound,
Endoscopy, Cornerstone software and Idexx LaserCyte and
Catalyst, and Idexx Digital Imagery. Harford County offers the
best in both cultural and family living; whether you enjoy the
city or the country. Well-respected school systems are in the
area with a wealth of opportunities. See our website at
Notes: US Residents Only.
Additional Salary Information: Negotiable according to
Requirements: Current MD license.
Registered Veterinary Technician
The Humane Society of Missouri is seeking Registered Veterinary
Technicians for our AAHA Accredited Surgery Department in St.
Louis and Veterinary Clinic in Maryland Heights and Chesterfield
Surgery Technician Responsibilities include: preparing
and positioning animals for surgery, maintaining surgery and
controlled substance logs, updating patient files, monitoring
patient recoveries, assisting surgeons, and cleaning surgery
rooms and equipment. Veterinary Clinic Responsibilities include:
maintaining animal health including treating sick and injured
animals as directed by our veterinarians, administering
treatments, processing laboratory specimens, filling medication
orders, giving vaccinations, maintaining pharmacy, and updating
Resumes should be e-mailed directly to
Requirements: Degree from vet tech program and current
Certified Veterinary Technician
Progressive small animal hospital is seeking an experienced
Certified Veterinary Technician to complement our team.
Successful candidate will be a people person and able to assist
in exam. room, surgery, and laboratory. Hours to include some
nights & weekends. Love of animals is a must! Fax resume to
301-733-0223 or email:
Notes: Local Residents Preferred (No Relo)
The veterinary technician is responsible for performing advanced
veterinary treatment under the supervision of a veterinarian
licensed by the State of Maryland. Duties include: providing
exceptional patient care performing various veterinary medical
procedures and support: monitoring patients; placing intravenous
catheters; performing critical care treatments; assisting
veterinarians in surgery; taking radiographs; filling
medications; and providing instruction to clients. All
technicians bear the responsibility of acting as charge
technicians when assigned, and are responsible for assigning
duties and directing the flow of the treatment room.
Notes: 2 openings. US Residents Only.
Additional Salary Information: Depends heavily upon
experience and education.
Requirements: Candidates for this possession should possess at
least two (2) years of experience performing the work of an
advanced veterinary technician: cephalic & saphenous
catheterization, and advanced critical care monitoring are
minimum requirements. This is a 24-hour emergency clinic open
365 days per year. All employees are expected to work some
combination of nights, weekends, and holidays. No exceptions.
The successful candidate for this position will possess
exceptional analytical and problem-solving skills, will
demonstrate thoughtful and prudent decision-making abilities,
and will exhibit highly-developed interpersonal skills.
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Diagnostic Imaging Dept.
VCA Veterinary Referral Associates has an exciting opportunity
for an internship-trained individual or an equivalent primary
care or emergency-experienced veterinarian to join our
Diagnostic Imaging Department. You will be responsible for the
medical management and general anesthesia of our small animal
patients receiving CT and MRI scans, as well as working closely
with staff radiologists to ensure scans are of the highest
quality. Applicants must be comfortable performing general
anesthesia on small animal patients with a variety of
morbidities as well as have a strong interest in advanced
diagnostic imaging. Applicants are not expected to feel
comfortable reading/understanding scans but should have an
interest in learning to do so over time. Good diagnostic and
communication skills are necessary to work with specialists on
staff, referring veterinarians, and clients to ensure patients
receive appropriate diagnostics and imaging studies that will
best aid in treatment of their disease
Translational Imaging Facility
HJF is seeking a Veterinary Technician for the Center for
Neuroscience and Regenerative Medicine (CNRM) located at the
Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences (USUHS) in
Bethesda, Maryland. HJF provides scientific, technical and
programmatic support services to CNRM.The Center for
Neuroscience and Regenerative Medicine (CNRM) is a collaborative
intramural federal program involving the US Department of
Defense and the National Institutes of Health and was developed
to bring together the expertise of clinicians and scientists
across disciplines to catalyze innovative approaches to
Traumatic Brain Injury research.
Technician will support the Translational Imaging Facility (TIF).
Individual will be responsible for handling and preparing
animals involved in non-invasive imaging protocols (such as
positron emission tomography (PET), magnetic resonance imaging
(MRI), and computed tomography (CT)). Will provide laboratory
and technical support to senior technical and professional
1. Performs basic animal care within prescribed IACUC/DLAM
standards related to translational imaging studies to include
PET, MRI, and CT and small animal monitoring.
2. Performs rodent IV injections, primarily tail vein.
3. Assists with the preparation of technical reports, summaries,
4. Performs data entry for research projects and maintains
5. Maintains compliance with established laboratory safety and
6. Assists in the proper disposal of radioactive or hazardous
7. Maintains clear and accurate laboratory records, inventories
8. Maintains supplies in the laboratory and keeps the laboratory
9. Performs other duties as assigned.
Requirements: Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Animal
husbandry, Rodent tail vein injection experience, Knowledge of
radiation safety; ability to follow general instructions; good
communication, organization, and analytical skills.
Minimum Education/Training Requirements: Associates degree in a
scientific discipline, previous animal experience.
Minimum Experience: 2 to 4 years of laboratory and animal
experience, specifically rodent experience.
Physical Capabilities: Handling various chemicals; proper
handling of radioactive materials, handling of rodents.
Work Environment: Laboratory environment
Please apply on-line at
www.hjf.org/careers Click “Advanced Search” and enter job
number 205941 in the Job Opening ID box.
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Licensed Veterinary Technicians
The Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine at
Virginia Tech has six positions available immediately at their
Blacksburg, VA campus.
The Small Animal Surgery Ward
Technician is responsible for providing technical support to
clinical faculty and senior veterinary students in the medical
and surgical sections of the Veterinary Teaching Hospital,
including ward and treatment room management, administering
treatments and medications ordered by clinical faculty, and
animal care administration/management. Special nursing care
procedures may include special diagnostic procedures, infection
control/isolation management, supports OR procedures, and
Central Sterile Supply support. If licensed, may be assigned to
provide short-term support to Anesthesiology following training
in this area. Trained licensed or unlicensed veterinary
technicians may be assigned to provide short-term support to the
Intensive Care Unit. Assist in other areas directed by
supervisor. Provides after hours on-call support as assigned.
Successful candidate must have working knowledge of basic
companion and large animal anatomy and physiology as a result of
courses or experience; ability to handle and restrain all
species of animals; knowledge of surgical Suite 5nd central
sterile supply instrumentation and sterile techniques; good
communication and interpersonal skills required; rabies
prophylaxis will be required (provided by employer). Previous
experience in anesthesia and/or intensive care in a veterinary
medical setting is preferred; demonstrated knowledge of CPR and
experience in daily staff management is desired; certification
as a Licensed Veterinary Technician in Virginia highly desired.
Applicants should apply on-line at
www.jobs.vt.edu and search
for posting #0100739.
There are 3 positions available for
Small Animal ICU technicians. The Small Animal ICU Technician
provides technical support to clinical faculty and senior
veterinary students in the Anesthesia/ICU sections of the
Veterinary Teaching Hospital. These positions perform critical
care nursing procedures in the Intensive Care Unit as directed
by clinical faculty and instructs senior veterinary students in
technical and manipulative skills relating to ICU/Critical Care
during regular day shift or after-hours shifts. Provides primary
patient care in anesthesiology during the day and/or on-call
after hours, on holidays, and weekends, schedules, performs, or
assists in the performance of regular and diagnostic special
procedures and electrodiagnostic procedures. Also assists in
others areas of the Hospital as directed by the supervisor.
Successful candidate must have a Commonwealth of Virginia
Veterinary Technology license (LVT) or eligible, working
knowledge of basic nursing skills, working knowledge of basic
anesthetic equipment and monitoring, ability to place
intravenous catheters and to perform endotracheal intubation,
must be able to understand instructions and have excellent
communications and interpersonal skills. Rabies prophylaxis will
be required and provided by employer. Preferred qualifications
include working knowledge of CPR, experience in anesthesia
and/or intensive care in a veterinary medical setting, and
experience in special procedures and electrodiagnostics. Various
shifts available, and shift differential is paid for after hours
and weekend shifts. Applicants should apply on-line at
www.jobs.vt.edu and search
for posting #0100879, 0100880, and 0100897.
We also have openings for 2 new
positions within the Hospital: Community Service Veterinary
Technician and Small Animal Veterinary Technician (part-time).
These 2 positions provide technical support to clinical faculty
and senior veterinary students in the medical sections of the
Veterinary Teaching Hospital, including ward and treatment room
management, administering treatments and medications ordered by
clinical faculty. Provides technical support to clinical faculty
and senior veterinary students in regards to Small Animal
Anesthesia in the Veterinary Teaching Hospital. Special nursing
care procedures may include special diagnostic procedures,
infection control/isolation management and supports OR
procedures. Performs critical care nursing procedures in the
Intensive Care Unit as directed by clinical faculty and
instructs senior veterinary students in technical and
manipulative skills related to ICU/Critical Care. Assists in
other areas of the hospital as directed by supervisor.
Successful candidate must have working knowledge of basic
nursing skills as well as knowledge of basic anesthetic
equipment and monitoring; ability to place intravenous catheters
and to perform endotracheal intubation; ability to understand
instructions; excellent communication skills; Rabies prophylaxis
will be required (provided by employer). Licensed Veterinary
Technician (LVT) in Commonwealth of Virginia, or eligible is
required. Previous experience in anesthesia and /or intensive
care in a veterinary medical setting is preferred; experience in
special procedures and electodiagnostics and knowledge of CPR is
desired. Applicants should apply on-line at
www.jobs.vt.edu and search
for posting # 0100900 (Community Practice) and #0100901
(part-time Small Animal Vet Tech).
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and
State University has a strong commitment to the principle of
diversity and, in that spirit, seeks a broad spectrum of
candidates including women, minorities, veterans, and people
with disabilities. For information on the benefits of working at
Virginia Tech, see the Human Resources web site at
Individuals with disabilities desiring accommodations in the
application process should notify April Hylton, HR Manager,
(540) 231-8684 or email
firstname.lastname@example.org. Virginia Telecommunications Relay Service
Notes: 6 openings.
Additional Salary Information: Commensurate with
experience. Shift differentials apply for after hours and
weekend shifts. On-call pay applicable.
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