Part Time or Full Time - Any experience level considered
Vet Tech / Nurse / Assistant
Canine, Feline, Mixed
Looking for an exciting and challenging career or internship in veterinary medicine? The University of Florida Small Animal Hospital might be just what you are looking for!
Sprawling over 100,000 square feet, the Small Animal Hospital is AAHA accredited and the Emergency & Critical Care service is VECCS Level I certified. Along with ECC, we offer 14 other specialty services to almost 43,000 patients seen yearly and are seeking technicians who have a strong interest and passion for a particular specialty in veterinary medicine. The Small Animal Hospital is a proud advocate of those wanting to continue to grow personally and professionally in the veterinary field and even those considering a technician specialty. Technicians should be motivated individuals who possess the drive to succeed in a busy hospital and have an interest in working in an educational environment.
Paid internship opportunities are also available in three tracks: Emergency & Critical Care, Anesthesia & Pain Management, and a Rotating track. Applications are due February 28th, 2019.
Overall the Small Animal Hospital offers medical and surgical care for dogs, cats, birds, and exotic pets through a spectrum of cutting edge technologies. Some highlights for various services include telemetry monitoring systems, in-house blood donation services, hemodialysis services, mechanical ventilation systems, state-of-the art areas including a specialized isolation area and a catheterization lab, MRI, CT, and digital radiology suites, and the capability to offer various rehabilitative modalities along with radiation therapy utilizing our Linear Accelerator.
Additional Salary Information: University of Florida employees have access to competitive benefits packages that could include paid leave, on-call, weekend and shift differential pay, health insurance, dental and vision plans, retirement programs, continuing education opportunities, employee recognition programs, uniform allowances, pet health discounts, and relocation assistance. See the University of Florida Humane Resources web pages for detailed information about leave and benefits available to employees (http://hr.ufl.edu/benefits/)