Radnor Veterinary Hospital is experiencing major growth. With seven doctors skilled in small animal and exotic pet medicine, we are always looking for people committed to providing the best possible care for the pets we see. We also offer boarding services to all types of pets, as well as dog daycare! If you’re looking for an exciting place to work where the rewards come in the form of amazing animal experiences, plenty of in-house education opportunities, and a family-oriented supportive culture, check out the job descriptions below and our Indeed Careers page to see if one of our offerings matches what you’re looking for! Or click here RVH Job Application to fill out an application, send it to us or drop it off at our front desk!
The technician should be experienced with patient surgical prep, assisting doctors in surgery, catheter placement, anesthesia monitoring, post-surgical patient monitoring, medication injection and blood draws, collection and analysis of test specimens, as well as data collection and accurate recording in paperless computer system, and ability to perform digital radiographs. This person also has great customer service skills which enables them to communicate well with pet owners. Certification/licensure is ideal but not required.
The veterinary assistant supports our team of exotic pet and small animal veterinarians. You’ll play an important role in bringing comfort to our furry patients and ensuring the smooth running of our facility. One of the most important Veterinary Assistant responsibilities is to ensure all areas are clean for our pets and their owners. We’ll rely on you to assist veterinarians with examinations and procedures. Do you love animals? Then you’re halfway there! Job requirements include having knowledge of how to perform routine tasks, like feeding or bathing animals, along with the readiness to care for injured or stressed animals that might occasionally lash out (with safety protocols and equipment in place, of course). If you’re quick on your feet and have the desire to learn how to provide medical treatments to support the technicians and doctors providing care, we want to meet you!
The receptionist handles all administrative aspects of an animal’s entry and exit from our facility involving computer record keeping, payment processing, vaccination and behavior tracking, and schedule keeping. Qualified candidates should have great attention to detail, excellent computer and customer skills, and be able to multitask while working with our veterinary and boarding teams to keep all aspects of animal care organized.
Boarding and Dog Daycare Attendants
Our boarding facility takes care of up to 100 pets ranging from dogs and cats to birds, reptiles, rabbits, ferrets, guinea pigs, and more! The team’s duties include feeding, giving water and some medications, and handle bathroom needs for all types of animals staying with us. Cleaning cages and providing fresh bedding as needed. Following directives from doctors and veterinary technicians in caring for hospitalized animals. In our dog park, duties involve supervising dog daycare playtimes three times per day.
Our full-time employees enjoy discounted pet services, vacation, health/dental/vision insurance, health reimbursement account, and an exciting family atmosphere where animals are always our number one priority.