Animal Care Center of the Poconos will be closing.
Veterinary work is exhausting, challenging, motivating and most of all, rewarding. Ideal candidates are community minded, friendly and personable. We believe that client and employee education is key to our continued success and
we look forward to working with you.
As a relief veterinarian, you help out clinics when they need it most – when business increases, hours extend or when a vet goes on a well-earned vacation. You're not tied to one clinic, so you have control over your schedule. You choose when, where and how long you want to work and we will thank you for it!
A veterinary technician is a professional whose job involves helping all types of animals live healthy and happy lives. Vet techs use medical knowledge and clinical skills to provide routine and emergency nursing care under the direction of a veterinarian.
Veterinary Assistants care for animals under the supervision of a veterinarian or veterinary technician. They're responsible for various duties throughout our office such as soothing pets, cleaning, observation and answering phones. Duties will vary daily.
Veterinary Receptionists provide customer service such as greet customers, answer questions, process incoming patients, and handle payments. Answer phone calls, which may involve answering questions and screening and scheduling appointments. Handle incoming and outgoing mail and email.
Being a volunteer is good for your emotional, physical, and mental health. It is scientifically proven that spending time with animals helps lower your stress levels and blood pressure. It will also keep you active, especially if you prefer to walk dogs.