- LVT/RVT/CVT/RDMS licensed or eligible in Oregon (RDMS candidates must also be veterinary technicians) - Must have a minimum of 3 years experience working in a veterinary setting. - Ultrasound experience is a plus but not required; we will train the right person.
The right person for our practice is ready for a new challenge that will take them to their limits as well as make a difference daily in the lives of their patients. Someone who will love the idea of days on the road traveling from clinic to clinic and developing relationships with their mobile clients, has a congenial but confident personality that can easily and happily walk into every hospital and function in and adapt to every situation presented.
The technical ability to work on multi-system platforms, as they will be working with a laptop ultrasound machine and various software and will be required to learn the ins and outs of various machines. Must have a temperament that accepts technical and other glitches and immediately goes into solve mode rather than panic mode; is independent and self-motivated yet responsive in a virtual team environment; and is committed to growing the mobile practice.
Expectations include spending long days on the road seeing appointments and sending cases, and filling in the down time with other assigned projects. Willingness to travel for 3-4 days at a time to various destinations to help instruct in parent company's ultrasound training labs.
Our mobile practice is owned by a global telemedicine company that is small but growing, with a uniquely talented and amazing virtual team that respects each other and pitches in whenever needed, day or night, to get a project done or solve a client or co-worker's problem. Our ultrasound training labs are an opportunity for all of us to travel and get together to network and have fun while working.
Responsibilities: - Performing ultrasound exams of, but not limited to, abdomen, cardiac, thyroid, and orthopedic - Report follow through from start to end, quality control for client satisfaction - Making appointments - Sending/archiving patient ultrasound exams - Client communication - Prompt in returning emails/messages/phone calls to internal and external clients - Contact with various internal and external veterinary specialists - Being able to trouble shoot issues that may arise - Work with a virtual team on various projects for parent company - Learning to perform fine needle aspirates during exams - Learning to send the aspirate via telecytology for interpretation - Occasional conference calls - Working with your associate to market the mobile business
Additional Salary Information: Benefits, including vacation time, PTO and salary are dependent on the credentials and experience, and will be discussed at time of the interview.