Licensed Veterinary Technician

Technicians | Buffalo, NY

Seeking an independent, compassionate Licensed Vet Tech to join our team!

Why North Buffalo Animal Hospital in Buffalo, New York?
North Buffalo Animal Hospital is a brand new facility operating under the extensive experience of Dr. Reed Stevens, and joining a family of well-established clinics in the area, including Ellicott Street Animal Hospital and West Side Pet Clinic. Our team and our culture are fun, fresh, and family-oriented! We bring an energized approach to practicing medicine, and our focus is on providing the best care possible to our patients and clients. We are a full service vet clinic, offering Preventative Care, Diagnostic Care, Pain Management, Puppy & Kitten Care, Senior Pet Care, Veterinary Pet Surgery, and Pet Dental Services!
Our goal is to be a sustainable, community-oriented, small animal clinic helping pet owners care for their pets. We are committed to help in the revival of our surrounding neighborhood.
Our Commitment to Diversity:
We are dedicated to establishing a culture that celebrates all forms of diversity and allows us to be an inclusive service provider in this community.
Who are we looking for?
Applicants must have a strong work ethic, preserve a positive personality, capable of communicating effectively, be able to multi-task efficiently in a fast paced environment, have the ability to work in harmony with a team, possess a well-rounded technical skill set, and have a passion for delivering exceptional care to patients as well as clients. A license and prior experience is required for this position. Teammates may be occasionally needed to work shifts at our sister hospitals, also in the Buffalo area. Please be sure you are comfortable with this before applying!
Salary: $21-25/hr depending on experience
  • Assist the veterinarian in exam rooms and use veterinary software for documenting medical notes
  • Perform venipuncture for phlebotomy and catheter placement
  • Obtain laboratory sample collection, process and possibly interpret results (fecal/parasite analysis, ear cytology, skin cytology, urinalysis, blood smears)
  • Perform diagnostic imaging
  • Perform anesthesia
  • Prep patients for and assist in surgery
  • Perform dental prophies
  • Administer vaccines and medications (oral, topical, injectable)
  • Fill prescriptions and review directions with clients
  • Communicate with and educate clients
  • Provide compassionate patient care
We’re dedicated to your well-being and offer a comprehensive package and professional development opportunities to support your work and home life. These include:
  • Competitive salary
  • Medical, dental, vision, and prescription drug benefits for you and eligible dependents
  • Paid time off for full-time employees
  • 401(k) plan
  • Continuing education allowance for licensed technicians
  • Guardian voluntary benefits
  • Pet benefits