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Carolina Animal Hospital uses a team oriented approach to providing patient care and client service. We have a high regard for our staff members abilities and responsibilities and have high expectations of them. In return, we listen to our staff's feedback on better ways to manage our hospital towards delivering on our practice mission. At our core, we emphasize cooperative team work to accomplish that mission and to provide a safe, sensible and comfortable work environment free from many of the 'distractions and concerns' common in day to day practice of veterinary medicine.
In general our practice experiences a very low turnover in staff positions, thus we usually are only actively hiring when it is determined we need to grow our staff to maintain the level of client service and patient care we strive to provide here at Carolina Animal Hospital.
However because we have been experiencing continued growth since opening, we are always on the lookout for compassionate, caring, talented and hard working individuals to join our team when the next new position needs to be created.
Immediate Position openings include:
Veterinary Technician: RVT / CVT / LVT - We have recently hired a second Licensed / RVT. We do not have a specific opening at this time but will make consideration for an excellent candidate to add to our team.
Schedule / Hours: Monday - Friday, four day stable schedule. 7:30am-5:30pm. One hour lunch. Average 36.5 to 37 hours per week. No evenings, weekends, no major national holidays.
Compensation and Benefits: $ 23-27/hour plus quarterly hospital performance bonuses. Minimum expected annual take home $ 45,000-50,000 (before Taxes). 2 Weeks PTO first year of employment. BCBS NC Health Insurance (100%), Vision and Dental coverage.
Among their varied duties, Veterinary Technicians are responsible for advanced levels of patient care including inducing and monitoring anesthesia, dental prophylaxis cleanings, hospitalized patient care and emergency triage of patients for the Veterinarian. Our practice restricts the use of the term "Veterinary Technician" solely to those individuals who have completed a formal educational training program in Veterinary Technology and have gained their license credentials from the North Carolina Veterinary Medical Board.
Veterinary Assistant - We have recently added Three Veterinary Assistants to our team -and- are actively seeking to add 1 to 2 more.