Do you want to love your job and the people you work with?
Are you looking for a company that values your input and encourages both personal and professional growth?
Do you want to make a positive difference in the lives of pets and the people who love them?
Look no further!
Our mission statement is simple:
Make life better for people and their pets.
Whether it is educating an owner about how best to soothe their anxious cat or providing life-saving surgery to a sick dog, we strive to put the health and comfort of our clients and patients at the forefront of our practice.
Be a part of something great!
Join a veterinary team with an excellent track record of employee retention and high employee satisfaction! We are a fun team of highly skilled individuals who encourage teammates to continue learning and growing in a positive, supportive environment.
We seek an energetic Veterinary Technician who wants to have fun while working to provide excellent care for pets and their people. There are two full time positions available ranging from 30 to 39 hours a week. Both are considered full time and offer full benefits after 90 days.
Our technicians are challenged to use their skills at a high level and to strive toward continuous learning. Our doctors appreciate and respect the knowledge and training licensed veterinary technicians bring to the profession and are not afraid to encourage growth. You can expect to perform all the skills outlined in the WAC. http://app.leg.wa.gov/wac/default.aspx?cite=246-935
Our generous compensation package begins after 90 days and includes competitive wages, medical, vision, dental and life insurance, continuing education, uniforms, discounted pet care, revenue share, paid time off, 6 paid holidays. Retirement matching plans are available after 2 years. Starting hourly compensation rate of $17.85 to $18.85 based on level of experience, and a hiring bonus of $1,000.00 will be paid upon completion of 90 days of employment.
Seattle Veterinary Associates is comprised of self-managed teams, so all employees have input and responsibilities pertaining to our daily operations and long term planning. A successful employee will be one who wants to play an active role in patient care and who has good problem-solving and interpersonal skills.
If you are a veterinary technician who is licensed in Washington and would like to join us, please respond via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org and attach your resume and cover letter. Be sure to provide an email address, as qualified applicants will be asked to take a pre-interview test (Wonderlic Online).