Part Time or Full Time - Any experience level considered
Canine, Feline, Mixed, Exotic/Avian
Academia/Research, Non-Profit Associations, Private Practice
Looking for an exciting and challenging career or internship in veterinary medicine? The University of Florida Small Animal Hospital might be just what you are looking for! Sprawling over 100,000 square feet, the Small Animal Hospital is AAHA accredited and the Emergency & Critical Care Service is Level I certified by VECCS. We offer 15 specialty services to the over 39,000 patients seen yearly and are seeking technicians who have a strong interest and passion for a particular specialty in veterinary medicine. The Small Animal Hospital is a proud advocate of those wanting to continue to grow personally and professionally in the veterinary field and even those considering a technician specialty certification (VTS). Technicians should be motivated individuals who possess the drive to succeed in a busy hospital and have an interest in working in an educational environment. Overall the Small Animal Hospital offers medical and surgical care for dogs, cats, birds, and exotic pets through a spectrum of cutting edge technologies. Some highlights for various services include:•telemetry monitoring systems•in-house blood donation services•hemodialysis machines•mechanical ventilation systems•state-of-the art areas including a specialized isolation area and a catheterization lab•MRI, CT, and digital radiology suites•capability to use various rehabilitative modalities including hyperbaric oxygen therapy, underwater treadmills, and acupuncture•LINAC (Linear Accelerator) machine for radiation therapyTo view the specific positions available and to apply please visit http://smallanimal.vethospital.ufl.edu/contact-us/careers/. For specific questions, please send inquires to email@example.com.
Additional Salary Information: Pay rate is commensurate with experience. Information in regards to our benefit packages are available by visiting http://hr.ufl.edu/benefits/
The University of Florida Veterinary Hospitals were established in 1979 to provide advanced diagnostics and care to patients of all species, and serve as a clinical teaching environment for the veterinarians of tomorrow. The mission of the University of Florida Small Animal Hospital is:
“To provide world class patient care, exemplary client and referring veterinarian communication, and the best... possible education for our students and the profession.”
To that end, our vision is to become the world leader in patient care and veterinary education by incorporating our core values of integrity, teamwork, innovation, trust, compassion, accountability and excellence into every interaction we have with our patients, clients and referring veterinarians.