Demonstrating commitment to further education and growth within a teaching environment.
Developing individualized peri-anesthetic management protocols with emphasis on safe, efficient, and progressive medical and technical skills.
Working in a physically demanding position.
Maintaining efficient daily flow of neurology consultations, rechecks, imaging and surgical procedures.
Obtaining and reviewing medical histories for appointments and recheck evaluations.
Demonstrating proficiency in placement of peripheral and central IV catheters.
Demonstrating proficiency in post-operative patient monitoring and recovery.
Preparing, organizing, and maintaining appointment rooms and operating room equipment and appropriate inventory stocking.
Working in a dynamic service that provides both scheduled consultations and emergency care/surgery to small animals experiencing neurological dysfunction.
Working alongside a board-certified veterinary neurologist on appointments with roles including but not limited to: Obtaining history, facilitating patient evaluation, and filling medications, optimizing scheduling, assisting with and performing diagnostic imaging.
Working alongside a board-certified veterinary neurologist on inpatient management with roles including but not limited to: Streamlining patient intake and client communications, assisting intra-operatively as deemed appropriate, ensuring sample submissions, and coordinating and facilitating patient discharge
Paid Time Off (PTO)
Paid Parental Leave
Potential for Production bonus
10 or 12 hour shifts Monday-Friday
Weekend and on-call availability (no requirement)
Three (3) years of veterinary experience (general practice or specialty care) recommended
CVT or LVT equivalent certification
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: From $23.75 per hour