1746 State Route 60, Ashland, OH 44805

Career Opportunities

 

Full-Time Registered Veterinary Nurse (RVT)


Are you ready to work where all technical skills are appreciated and utilized to make a difference every day? We have an immediate opening for a Full-time Registered Veterinary Technician (approx. 36-40 hours per week).
 

 

Seeking a highly motivated, outgoing, enthusiastic Registered Veterinary Technician; with excellent interpersonal and technical skills, and compassionate patient care, for our busy, growing, progressive AAHA Accredited Veterinary Hospital. 
 

Applicant must be dependable and able to multi-task well.
 Applicant must be licensed with the state of Ohio. Experience is preferred, but not required.
 

Some evenings and some Saturday mornings required. Our hospital does offer after hour emergency service to our clients. Applicant must be able to commit to being on-call with a DVM on a rotational basis.
 

Part-time benefits package includes a competitive salary, continuing education allowance, paid time off, personal/sick time, uniform allowance, personal pet discounts, Simple IRA and much more!
 

Please send resume with cover letter to tara.smvc@zoominternet.net

 

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Our Mission

Our goal here at Spring Meadow Veterinary Clinic has always been to assemble a veterinary health care team committed to providing exceptional client service and veterinary health care. The Spring Meadow Veterinary Clinic team displays an unrivaled commitment to our clients through continuing education, technological advances in veterinary medicine and service, and most importantly, administering compassionate care to all pets entrusted to us.