Pieper Veterinary is a multi-practice specialty, emergency, and general practice group with locations throughout the Connecticut River Valley. Currently, we are seeking experienced veterinary technicians for our Middletown and Madison specialty, emergency, and general practice locations. Established in 2010, with specialties including Critical Care, Neurology, Oncology, Internal Medicine, Surgery, and Radiology, our specialty and emergency practice group prides itself on offering exceptional client care, advanced diagnostics, and excellent patient care.
Current openings span multiple shifts and include positions on our Neurology, Surgery, Emergency and General Practice teams. Specialty and emergency positions are located in Madison and Middletown, general practice positions are located in Middletown. All include weekend rotation. CVT, LVT, or RVT credentials are strongly preferred for all positions.
Pieper Memorial offers excellent opportunities for advancement. Our technicians have exposure to advanced digital x-ray equipment, CT, and MRI, with sterile surgical suites, where our specialists perform complex procedures. Opportunities to work with a specialty abound, while those who choose the ER department are sure increase their knowledge base in a fast-paced environment.
General practice focused technicians will find the opportunity to build and maintain lasting client and patient relationships while still gaining exposure to the latest that veterinary medicine has to offer, including surgical cases such as laparotomies, gastrotomies, cystotomies, FHO’s and cruciate ligament repairs.
Come see what our practice can do for you!
Honing Your Skills
You’ve learned them, so use them! At Pieper Veterinary, you will have ample opportunities to use your skills as well as learn new ones. Our techs regularly implement treatment plans designed by our doctors by calculating medications, placing IV catheters, performing venipuncture, capturing radiographs, with many becoming proficient central line placement, nasogastric tube placement, PIC line placement, and performing surgical pre-, intra-, and post-anesthetic care. Technicians also receive exposure to advanced procedures such as blood transfusions.
Find Where You Belong
The collaborative team approach to medicine that we espouse enables our technicians to gain exposure to the latest advancements in veterinary medicine. Working with our board-certified specialists in neurology, oncology, surgery, radiology, and internal medicine allows our staff to find their true passion in the field.
A Commitment to Continuing Education
At Pieper Veterinary, numerous in-house CE opportunities are available, as well as an annual Veterinary Technician Symposium, helping you to maintain your skills and knowledge at the highest and most current level. We encourage those looking to continue their education by obtaining a specialty technician certification.
Experience and Education Requirements
CVT, LVT, or RVT credentials are preferred for all positions. A minimum of three years of experience is required for all emergency positions.
Compensation and Benefits
Our competitive compensation package, includes health insurance, paid holidays, paid time off, and generous employee pet discount.
How to Apply
Contact Kelley McGuire by e-mail at the supplied address with resume and cover letter. To learn more about our hospital, visit our website at www.PieperVeterinary.com
Pieper Veterinary considers applicants for employment without regard to, and does not discriminate on the basis of, an individual’s sex, race, color, religion, age, disability, status as a veteran, or national or ethnic origin; nor does Pieper Veterinary discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity or expression.
About Pieper Veterinary
A large specialty and emergency facility supported by four general practice satellites, as well as an emergency satellite located in the Connecticut River Valley.