What we’re looking for:
Our Veterinary Technicians are critical in bridging study procedures from Operations to Veterinary Services. They will participate in activities relating to both departments by assisting in blood collections, catheter placement, anesthesia monitoring, collecting samples and administering dosing, and supporting veterinary staff in overseeing herd health. More advanced technicians will also assist during surgical procedures or perform minor procedures themselves, administer advanced dosing, and perform advanced collection procedures.
What you’ll need:
You must have a Bachelor’s degree, be a Registered Veterinary Technician, or have high school diploma/GED with one year of directly related experience for this position. To be successful, you will need to enjoy a fast-paced fluid environment, be able to problem solve quickly, and communicate effectively to multiple teams.