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Posted: Sunday, July 9, 2017 12:06 AM



Are you looking for a job that will make you laugh on a daily basis? Are you looking for a positive work environment where your boss appreciates you? Are you not afraid of cleaning up chocolate vomit or getting peed on at work? If so, then read on.

A vibrant, funky, rapidly growing veterinary practice in the heart of Columbia City is looking to expand our work family. We are ready for a compassionate individual who will be directly assisting doctors with their outpatient appointments, hospitalized patients and surgeries. The ideal candidate would be:

- energized and fulfilled by interacting with dog/cat people in situations that range from joyous, to chaotic, to emotional. Must be able to multitask in a dynamic environment without losing sight of the details.

- must be a fast paced person who can prioritize order of cases, see the bigger picture in daily work flow, enjoys staying busy and can get the in between duties done without micromanaging.

-Ideal technical skill set would include patient restraint, venipuncture, urinary catheterization, IV catheter placement, surgical anesthetic induction/maintenance/recovery, performing dental prophy, surgical autoclaving, ability to give intravenous, intramuscular, oral, aural and ophthalmic medications, basic laboratory skills such as ear/skin cytologies and fecal floatation, restraint and positioning for radiology, and ability to communicate with clients about veterinary conditions and perform discharges.

-Two years previous veterinary experience as a veterinary assistant or a licensed veterinary technician is required. New grad LVTs that are credentialed are welcome to apply

-Part or full time employment considered. Full time is considered a 4 day work week. Pay is based on experience and ability level.

To start the application process, please send a cover letter and resume to

• Location: Seattle

• Post ID: 48151318 seattle is an interactive computer service that enables access by multiple users and should not be treated as the publisher or speaker of any information provided by another information content provider. © 2017