Welcome Veterinary Professionals!
Here at the New England Animal Medical Center (NEAMC), we believe that we have created a good balance between professional expertise and a positive work environment. We have a staff of over 80 veterinarians, technicians and support personnel, all working toward the same goal. Our mission is to provide outstanding pet care in a humane and compassionate environment.
We strive to actively support professional growth for our staff, accomplishing this by sharing knowledge with our own staff and our veterinary colleagues. If you have the required professional experience, we encourage you to apply if you meet the following criteria:
- Do you function well in an environment that can be hectic at times?
- Do you work well with others and have the ability to function independently with confidence?
- Do you want to be part of an organization that encourages a lifetime of learning?
- Do you want to be part of a team where your skills will be respected and appreciated?
- Do you want to be part of a professional organization that provides benefits, including health insurance, a 401(k) plan and continuing education funding?
All employment inquiries should be addressed to the hospital administrator – firstname.lastname@example.org
Current Job Openings
Our current list of openings is as follows:
September 2017 – CRITICALIST
New England Animal Medical Center, located in West Bridgewater, Massachusetts 30 miles south of Boston, is seeking an additional board certified Emergency and Critical Care Specialist. NEAMC is a locally owned hospital that has been in business since 1975. We are a multi-faceted teaching facility that includes a 24/7 Emergency and Critical Care Department, a Specialty department with board certified Specialists in Internal Medicine and Surgery, in house consulting Cardiologists and on-line consulting Radiologists, intern trained emergency clinicians and a 6 doctor General Practice. We currently have residency training programs in surgery and emergency and critical care medicine and a small animal rotating internship. We also have a strong support staff of many well trained certified veterinary technicians. All our staff work together for the common goal of providing optimal care for each patient and their owners with the very best possible care that modern veterinary medicine has to offer.
The Criticalist’s main goals will include managing critical care in-patients with some emergency receiving, and oversight and mentoring of staff doctors, interns, and residents. The successful candidate will work with our Criticalists’ to assist with developing, implementing and staying current with best medical practices and protocols. Advanced monitoring equipment, an in-house full service laboratory (CBC/Chem/EPOC electrolytes, PT/PTT, blood typing, and cross-matching), Newport Breeze ventilator, in-house blood bank, temperature controlled oxygen cages, video flexible and rigid endoscopy, color flow Doppler ultrasound, laparoscopy, Idexx digital radiography and CT allow for progressive medicine.
Compensation is based on experience and skill level and is not dependent upon production. NEAMC provides a generous benefits package which includes health, dental, and disability insurance plus a 401K plan, a generous pet care discount and CE reimbursement.
Our practice fosters the continuing education of our doctors and technicians with bi-weekly didactic in-house teaching rounds, twice daily case rounds and an in-house technician continuing education program. If you want to work in a collegial environment that cultivates your growth as a clinician, contact Neal Andelman, VMD at email@example.com or Karen Martin, Hospital Administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org
EMERGENCY/CRITICAL CARE TECHNICIANS – Full & Part Time
New England Animal Medical Center (NEAMC) located in West Bridgewater, Massachusetts has immediate openings for experienced veterinary technicians in our Emergency and Critical Care Department. The positions are full and part time. Shifts may include a mix of evening and/or weekend coverage.
The ideal candidate will be experienced working in an emergency veterinary setting and possess the following skills:
- Basic veterinary nursing care experience including proper patient restraint and familiarity with medical terminology and pharmacology
- Nursing skills will be provided to patients on an outpatient, inpatient, emergency and critically ill basis
- Expertise with medical skills such as IV catheter placement and maintenance, following prescribed treatment protocols which may include administering medication, monitoring and setting up CRIs, plus set up and monitoring of blood transfusions
- Is skilled working with equipment typically found in an ICU setting such as oxygen cages and lines, monitoring equipment, fluid pumps and defibrillator. Advanced equipment would include familiarity with a ventilator
- Possesses the ability to work independently but be able to work well as a team member with a diverse group of technicians and doctors from various hospital departments in an environment that can be hectic at times
- Possesses excellent communication, math and computer skills plus have a positive approach to your work
- Preference will be given to candidate who has graduated from an AVMA accredited veterinary technology program, is a CVT or CVT eligible candidate
- All applicants need to be able to lift 25 lbs. unassisted
Compensation is based on experience and skill level. NEAMC provides a generous benefits package which includes health, dental, and disability insurance plus a 401K plan, a generous pet care discount and CE reimbursement.