CARE Center of Cincinnati is looking for a Medical Oncology Veterinary Technician for the oncology team to provide quality veterinary care, advocates for patients, excellent client service, and a safe and efficient hospital environment.
Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Assist doctors with patient assessment, treatment, and procedures
Acquire vitals on oncology patients
Administer chemotherapeutic agents as directed, following strict safety guidelines
Provide monitoring and nursing care to hospitalized patients
Induce and monitor general anesthesia, sedation procedures
Perform in house laboratory testing; prepare samples for outside laboratory testing
Documentation of all aspects of treatment
Maintain sanitary conditions of hospital; clean and efficient working area
Technical skills including but not limited to IV catheter placement, urinary catheter placement, and venipuncture
Restraint techniques, including low-stress and minimal restraint
Able to maintain focus and work in a fast-paced work environment
Basic computer skills
Effective communication and organizational skills
Understanding of basic biological parameters
Maintain open and clear communication with members of Oncology and Internal Medicine team regarding treatment plans, client communication, and nursing care concerns
Provide client education including, but not limited to: home care instructions, medications (indications, adverse reactions), and general wellness updates on hospitalized patients
CARE Centers are the the cutting-edge of medical care for our furry patients. We thrive in a fast-paced, high patient load, 24-hour, 7-day/week, 365-day/year veterinary medical facility.This position may require special hours, including working evenings and being on-call on the weekends.
We offer comprehensive benefits to full-time qualified veterinary technicians with excellent pay and advancement structure learning. We offer internal training and CE opportunities to our talented staff.
Experience, Education and/or Training
Associate's or Bachelors degree from an AVMA accredited Veterinary Technology program.
Registered in the State of Ohio (or able to obtain license)
At least one year working experience in veterinary medicine preferred
About CARE Center
Founded in September 2014, Compassion-First Pet Hospitals is revolutionizing how hospitals connect with one another. Seen as a group practice rather than a corporate practice, Compassion-First is a collaborative family of hospitals that retain their equity, uniqueness, integrity and medical decisions. At Compassion-First, hospitals gain the benefit of working together, maximizing their resources, and are united by a common passion to put pet owners and their pets at the center of care.