JHP Recruitment
Published
June 29, 2021
Location
Highlands Ranch, United States of America
Category
Job Type
State
Colorado

Description

Our clients are seeking a Certified Veterinary Technician or experienced Veterinary Assistant to join a busy Emergency Department in Highlands Ranch, Colorado.  2 years’ experience in general practice or 1 – 2 years in a fast-paced emergency is preferred, but training/mentorship is available for the right candidate.

The technician will assist the Doctor and technician team in providing the maximum level of care 24/7 to both incoming critical and non-critical emergencies, transfers from both referring veterinarians, internal specialty services, and post-operative patients from the surgery department.

Technicians will utilize an array of advanced skills including, but not limited to:

  • Triaging and stabilizing incoming emergencies
  • Advance anesthesia monitoring experience and patient recovery
  • Provide nursing care to both stable and critical patients
  • Performing patient assessments and physical examinations
  • Providing timely treatment to outpatients
  • Performing laboratory work and diagnostic imagining
  • Venipuncture/catheter placement
  • Safe animal restraint and handling
  • Strong multi-tasking skills
  • Pharmacy
  • Surgical preparation and assisting
  • Effective verbal, listening, and communication skills
  • Ability to work collaboratively with team members of all hospital services

Competitive compensation is on offer along with a comprehensive benefits package, including health, dental, vision and paid vacation/sick days, 401(k), CE Allowance, generous employee pet discounts flexible scheduling and more!

Also available: Sign on Bonus of up to £2,000 based on experience!

If you would like some more information or would like to apply for this role, please send your resume to: jasper@jhprecuitment.com. Alternatively, you can contact the team on (646) 569 9200

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