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  • Swing Shift Licensed Veterinary Technician

    Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
    Company Name
    Emerald City Pet Rescue
  • Overview

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    Emerald City Pet Rescue is a nonprofit organization that exists to rescue abused, neglected, and homeless animals. We have opportunities for full-time or part-time Licensed Veterinary Technicians to support our medical team at our state of the art facility in the SoDo neighborhood of Seattle! The available shifts are swing shifts ending at 12:00am (close).


    We are seeking professional, adaptable, and reliable LVTs who are committed to supporting a team that practices progressive, high quality medicine. We want someone who is passionate about saving animals and who wants to continue to learn and grow. We have a team of veterinarians, licensed veterinary technicians, veterinary assistants, and a full kennel department.


    Our LVTs perform a variety of tasks in order to help the clinic operations run smoothly. Tasks include but are not limited to the following:

    • Surgery – patient preparation, IV catheter placement, intubation, induction, monitoring anesthesia, and post-operative recovery and care.
    • Dentistry – dental cleanings, dental x-rays, and periodontal treatment.
    • Treatments for hospitalized/sick patients including IV fluid therapy, medication administration, monitoring vitals, etc.
    • Diagnostics – x-rays, in clinic CBC, Chemistry, and UA, ultrasound, etc.
    • Data entry in AVImark and PetPoint.


    • Active Veterinary Technician License, required.
    • 2+ years of veterinary technician experience, preferred.
    • Shelter or rescue experience appreciated.
    • Experience with exotic animals, preferred.
    • Must be willing/available to work on weekends and evenings.

    To Apply: Applications are accepted using our online application process only. No phone calls please.

    Equal Opportunity Employer


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