Veterinary Jobs at Long Animal Hospital in Charlotte NC
Positions In Our Hospital
Candidates must be able to multi-task, have excellent verbal, organizational and interpersonal skills as well as the ability to answer multi line phones, schedule appointments, check clients in and out, discuss payment options and process payments and have strong computer skills. ER reception hours available as well until 10 pm each evening.
Veterinary Receptionist: 1 year
Veterinary Lab Technician
The veterinary lab technician is accountable for all diagnostic testing on submitted specimens. Their assessments will assist clinicians in the treatment and prognosis of patient pathologies. They will assist the Lab Supervisor and other technicians in maintaining an efficient hospital workflow.
- Processing, analyzing, and packaging biological samples coupled with efficient data entry while working within a busy, multiple-veterinarian practice.
- Follows protocol of lab testing in adherence to quality assurance guidelines and any directives or alterations in procedure by the Lab Supervisor.
- Utilizes effective communication to relay pertinent information between departments, clinicians, and supervisors.
- Implements work prioritization to minimize client layover.
- Assists with inventory management and possesses the working knowledge to properly prepare reagents and supplies for all clinical analyses.
- Performs regular quality control on all systems and equipment with comprehension of what channels to pursue for troubleshooting errors.
- Assists with assessing the effectiveness of current lab protocols and maintaining the strict guidelines set by our AAHA accredited facility.
- Attention to detail and accuracy is A MUST!
The technician assistant is the veterinary technician’s primary support. They assist in gently controlling pets and set up for the examination procedure. They aid the technicians in achieving greater efficiency by relieving them of some of the routine work. They have a very significant role in freeing up the technicians to assist the veterinarian with medical procedures.
The veterinary assistant is the veterinarian’s primary medical support and plays a vital role within the practice. Technicians apply their professional technical skills in anesthesia, surgery, dentistry, laboratory testing, patient nursing care and client education.The technician aids the veterinarian in achieving greater efficiency in overall patient care.
The registered veterinary technician has many important responsibilities and plays many roles within the hospital. They apply their professional skills in anesthesia, surgery, dentistry, laboratory testing, patient nursing, and client education.
The technician is routinely entrusted with patient assessments, anesthesia, procedures, and treatments. The technician must be a detail-oriented person who can make good decisions, respond quickly and calmly to crises, and maintain high standards of patient care. Technicians need to communicate clearly with the doctor’s, other hospital personnel, and clients to ensure that patients receive the care that they need.
The Emergency Technician is responsible for all aspects of emergency department flow including triaging rooms, performing diagnostics, administering and monitoring anesthesia in the pre-, peri-, and postoperative periods, maintaining treatment while in hospital, discharging patients, and client communications. Shifts include nights, weekends and holidays.
A veterinarian maintains animal health by diagnosing and treating diseases and injuries.
Veterinarian Job Duties:
- Determines nature of disease or injury by examining pets.
- Restores health by treating pets surgically or medically
- Prevents rabies, brucellosis, and other disorders by testing and providing inoculations.
- Promotes health of pets by advising the clients about sanitation measures, feeding, and general care.
- Documents actions by completing forms, reports, logs, and patient records; reporting diseases to public health officials.
- Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations.
- Enhances veterinary clinic reputation by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests; exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments. Skills/Qualifications: Knowledge of Animal Behavior, Animal Husbandry, Basic Safety, Documentation Skills, Exceptional Client Service, Performing Diagnostic Procedures, Use of Medical Technologies, Job Knowledge, Judgment, Integrity, Verbal Communication
An emergency veterinarian is a veterinarian who is dedicated to treating life-threatening conditions. Routine duties for an emergency veterinarian include evaluating traumatic injuries, performing surgical procedures, evaluating diagnostic tests, compiling detailed case reports, supervising intensive care units, oversee ing veterinary technicians or other support staff, and providing specialty consultations on referral cases.
“Our last visit was a walk-in, we requested either one of two vets, we were able to see one of the two within about 30 minutes of arrival to the exam room and we were advised during our wait time when the vet would be in to see us. Can't ask for better service! Your staff makes us feel as if our pets are the only ones who are of any importance whenever we are there, wish our human doctors made us feel the same way! We have been going to Long AH since 1977, we have never thought to go anywhere else and never will, and Long AH is the only clinic we would ever recommend to anyone.—Don M.”