Overview

We are seeking a Certified Veterinary Technician to join our team! Hudson Road Animal Hospital is an exclusive small animal practice nestled in the suburbs of the Twin Cities. We are an AAHA certified practice with 60 years in the community. We are a progressive hospital offering modern therapies such as acupuncture and laser therapy. We feel that Veterinary technicians are essential in maintaining the human animal bond and play a big part in our hospital.

We hope you can help us further our mission in creating a truly great animal hospital. Hudson Road Animal Hospital is located near both I-94 and I-694 providing easy access to both St. Paul and Minneapolis. Over the past several years our hospital has been nominated “Best Veterinarian” by the community.

The perfect candidate will be self-motivated, responsible and a reliable team player. Experience in preventative care, radiology, laboratory, surgical/dental processes, client education, animal handling, and humane restraint techniques. They should demonstrate a strong work ethic and possess the ability to work with animals of all behaviors and temperaments safely.  Veterinary technicians must also have a compassion for animals and their owners and understand the stress that patients and clients endure. Team members should expect nearly all of their workday to be on their feet and working directly with clients and animals.

Shifts are Monday through Thursdays, rotating Fridays and Saturdays weekly. Two Saturdays per months required. Hours per week are 32-40 and we are open to full or part time employees.

Hudson Road Animal Hospital provided the following inclusive hiring information:

Inclusive of minority and disadvantaged groups
LGBTQ+ friendly workplace
Paid time off
We provide a competitive wage based upon experience: $19-22.00/hour and our benefits include: health, dental, and vision insurance, AD&D insurance, PTO and holiday pay, pet care discounts, uniform allowance, CE allowance, MAVT dues, 401k plan, and SIGNING BONUS: If hired, $500 bonus to be paid when six (6) months of employment has been reached.

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Required traits: Self-motivated, responsible, reliable, team player. Fits well into our team culture and matches our core values. Experienced in preventative care, radiology, laboratory, surgical/dental processes, client education, animal handling and humane restraint technique, able to work in group setting and independently. Demonstrate strong work ethic, flexibility of shift, ability to work with animals of all behaviors and temperaments safely, utilizing fear free techniques decreasing fear,

Required Education Level : High School Diploma or Equivalent