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Hiring a Veterinary Technician in the Northwest Metro

Hiring a Veterinary Technician in the Northwest Metro
Date Posted: September 6, 2023

A family-owned small animal hospital in Plymouth MN is looking to add a full time Veterinary Technician/CVT to join our team. Northwest Animal Hospital has been serving the area since 1975 which means you will be working with and learning from an experienced team of coworkers.  We are dedicated to creating a welcoming place for pet owners and our clinic strives to create a stronger bond between clients and patients, so great customer service is a must! 

Qualified candidates will be friendly, great with people/pets, self-motivated, dependable, and able to work well with a team. Job duties include but are not limited to: monitoring and prepping surgical patients, laboratory procedures, dentistry, animal restraint and handling, appointments, assisting doctors with all aspects of patient care, receptionist duties and maintaining a clean and comfortable environment for our patients. Experience in a small animal hospital is preferred but not required. Must be available Monday-Friday including some evenings.

We provide a starting pay is dependent on experience, skills, and knowledge.

Pay: $18.00 – $25.00 per hour

Our Benefits:

·       PTO

·       CE allowance

·       401k with match

·       Uniform allowance


Additional Details

Clinic Name: Northwest Animal Hospital
Street Address: 2045 Merrimac Lane North
City: Plymouth
State: Minnesota
ZIP: 55447
Contact First Name: Melissa
Contact Last Name: Weber
Contact Phone: 6512873323
Minimum Education Required: Associate's/2-Year Degree
Minimum Experience: Open to all levels of experience
Benefits: 401K / IRA, PTO, Uniform Allowance, Continuing Education
Position Available: Veterinary Technician (Certification Not Required)
Hourly/Salary Range: $18-$25
Contract? No
Designation: Full Time
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