CareersRancho San Carlos Pet Clinic
What Makes Rancho San Carlos Pet Clinic Special?
Our amazing team! A great workplace culture is the essence of who we are. What does this mean? It means respect and kindness to all clients, patients, and employees. It means working hard as a team and supporting each other. It means bad jokes, too much junk food, no drama, and taking time for puppy snuggles when you are having a hard day. It means celebrations and social outings as a team (when those things are allowed).
We are a growing, privately owned, multi-doctor practice that strives to offer exceptional care for our clients and patients. We have great clients, staff, and facilities with an upcoming remodel. We offer a medical/dental plan, staff pet discounts, uniform allowance, paid time off/sick days on top of paid vacation, and quarterly bonuses. They’re nice perks, but the most important thing we offer is the goal of having all our employees want to come to work because they enjoy it.
In addition to the standard equipment, we have digital radiographs, digital dental radiography, in-house lab equipment, ultrasound, new anesthetic monitors, sharp dental instruments, and state-of-the-art laparoscopic equipment. Our equipment is maintained by an outside service monthly.
Are you making a difference? Learning new skills and putting them into practice? Respected and acknowledged? Look forward to going to work each day?
Our employees want to continue to grow and learn. We encourage areas of special interest. You bring an upbeat attitude, and we will supply the tools and training.
We are seeking individuals who have exceptional communication skills, are highly organized, and can adapt to our busy practice and high standard of care. But most of all, you are a positive and caring person who wants to make a difference. Please forward a cover letter and resume below. We are open 7 days a week and have flexible scheduling available. Full-time or part-time position considered.
The responsibilities of the Associate DVM include describing diagnosis and treatments to pet owners, preparing pets for procedures, and delivering vaccines.
A Veterinary Technician is responsible for ensuring the health and well-being of pets by performing routine checks and other medical treatments.
A Veterinary Assistant supports veterinarians in the treatment and care of pets. They are responsible for keeping track of animal health information, assisting with treatment administration, and providing food and water to animals.
Receptionists greet clients, set appointments, and process payments. They’re the first person a visitor sees when they come to the veterinarian’s office, so they should be friendly and welcoming.