Licensed Veterinary Technician
Town Center Veterinary Associates
Beautiful Location/Multiple Doctor Practice / Long Standing Clientele
As you step into our beautiful stand-alone facility in Howell you will be greeted by our great staff and cutting-edge technology which features a complete diagnostic laboratory. We are a fear free focused with long standing clientele. We practice the highest quality medicine for dogs, cats and pocket pets!
We are located at:
828 E. Grand River Ave
Howell, MI 48843
~3 exam rooms
~Multiple doctor practice
~Close to the highway
A licensed veterinary technician must be able to provide leadership and training to the medical support staff in the operation of a small animal facility in accordance with hospital policy and procedures and provide medical care to patients as allowed in the veterinary practice act.
-Take part in jobs shadows or working interviews as necessary
-Take part in training as necessary
-Provide guidance to the support staff to assure that the shift flows well
-Mentor employees for career advancement and personal development towards goals
-Provide input to the hospital manager for 360-degree employee performance evaluations.
-Provide patient care under the supervision and direction of a DVM.
-Maintain excellent client communication.
-Be proficient in a variety of skills ranging from but not limited to: laboratory, pharmacy, radiology, - surgery, dental, nursing skills and anesthetic monitoring.
-Record all pertinent medical, client and case related information in the patient record accurately with appropriate grammar, terms and accurate information.
-Review medical records, estimates or discharge instructions with clients.
-Provide client care for scheduling appointments, taking payments and checking in clients.
-Answer the phones in a courteous and informative way.
-Assist in all daily duties for clinic care.
-Participate in any special cleaning duties.
-Perform clinic upkeep as directed.
-Perform equipment maintenance as directed.
-Delegate additional cleaning duties as necessary during slow times in the absence of a supervisor.
-Identify areas or items needing additional attention.
Certificates and Licenses:
A licensed veterinary technician license is preferred.