We are happy to accept resumes from hard working; dependable, compassionate people who wish to join our team of veterinary health care professionals.
Positions for which we may have openings include:
A receptionist focuses on client service and communication. He or she is the first and last contact with the clinic and key to creating first and lasting impressions. The receptionist must have exceptional client service and communication skills, computer literacy, handle payment and financial issues, ability to multi-task, possess a friendly attitude and confidence to deal with stressful situations. Receptionists also schedule appointments, set up new clients and patients, file charts, and assist clients with over the counter purchases.
The lead receptionist provides a management function to the reception department, thereby assisting with the smooth running of the practice. Leads the reception team, ensuring an efficient and professional manner is maintained. Acts as role model to reception staff, supporting, motivating and promoting good staff relations. Provides a focal point of communication between patients, doctors and other staff.
Certified Veterinary Technicians
Certified Veterinary Technicians (CVT) has completed two year college courses at an accredited veterinary technology school. The CVT directly handles in-patient and out-patient care, working hand in hand with veterinarians. The technician assists in exam rooms by taking patient’s history, vital signs, preparing vaccines; collecting samples and running diagnostic tests; provide client education and assisting with animal restraint. Also maintains composure, makes sounds decisions and is able to effectively multi-task in a fast paced work environment. Also is empathic and can provide premium compassionate care to patients and clients.
A non-licensed position to assist DVM’s and CVT’s with day to day patient care responsibility, filling prescriptions, performing laboratory tests, and communicating with clients.
A Kennel attendant provides daily care, feeding and exercise of boarding and hospitalized pets. He or she also pays close attention to pets’ status such as signs of stress and changes in eating or elimination habits. Other duties include cleaning kennels, laundry, assisting veterinarians, CVT’s and interacting with clients in person.
Cleanliness is man’s other best friend. Attention to detail and proper disinfecting are important when cleaning our clinic. Pet owner’s quickly judge with their eyes and noses. Unpleasant odors, pet hair pushed into corners of the room and spots on waiting room floors can negatively impact our reputation. Cleaning staff is needed on evenings and weekends..
Please mail or drop your resume to:
Wolf River Veterinary Clinic
216 W. Wolf River Avenue
New London, WI 54961
Attn: Business Manager