Animal Control Veterinary Technician
We're looking for a Veterinary Technician! Emily, our current vet tech, is moving to Colorado and leaving behind a fantastic position in our shelter. We'd love to have a compassionate, driven, enthusiastic individual join our amazing team! Not only is the pay phenomenal ($22.05 - $30.66/hour) and the hours great (Tuesday-Saturday 8am-1pm) but you'll also get to work with a fun team at a progressive animal shelter! Some key things our vet tech does are: * Provides exams and treatments, both routine and emergent, to shelter animals * Coordinates special treatment and surgery appointments with local vet hospitals * Conducts Feline Leukemia (FeLV), Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV), Heartworm, and other diagnostic tests as needed * Cleans kennels and provides food, water, and enrichment to shelter animals * Maintains accurate medical records * Assists with the coordination of the foster program * Provides customer service duties as needed To learn more about our shelter, visit our website at www.AmesAnimalShelter.org To learn more about the City of Ames, visit https://www.cityofames.org/about-ames/always-ames To apply, visit https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/cityofames/jobs/3113565/animal-control-veterinary-technician
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Veterinary Director, DVM
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Licensed Veterinary Technician
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