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CityVet Experienced Veterinary Technician in Bedford, United States

Happy people. Healthy pets.

At CityVet, we believe healthy pets start with happy people. It is important that our vet-led clinics are filled with smiling faces and compassionate pet people, and each of our employees play a vital role in creating the positive vibe felt at our offices. Starting a career at CityVet means growing in a fun, people-first environment where the future of our employees is just as important as the future of our business.

We are looking for the right person to join our team!

CityVet - Mid-Cities is looking for experienced Veterinary Technicians to join our team! A Veterinary Technician Assistant will be considered (with a minimum of 1-year experience).

Compensation is based on experience and education.


The Veterinary Technician (VT) is responsible for maintaining excellent patient care and operational productivity by helping the Veterinarian leverage their time and efforts to meet the needs of their clients and patients. The Veterinary Technician works to relieve the Veterinarian from technical work and administrative detail to achieve greater levels of efficiency in daily practice. Veterinary Technicians help facilitate and streamline communication from the operating room to the front office staff and most importantly, the client.

Essential qualifications:

  • High school diploma or GED

  • At least 18 years of age at the time of hire

  • At least 1 year of veterinary industry experience

  • Understanding and ability to properly, and safely, restrain animals

  • Knowledgeable on veterinary medical terminology and medication

  • Lift 50 lbs to waist height

  • Frequent standing, bending, walking, lifting, carrying, and reaching

  • Strong organizational skills

  • Excellent communication & listening skills

  • Self-motivated & team-oriented

A day in the life:

  • Assist Veterinarians - prep patients for surgery (administer anesthesia/take x-rays/gather lab specimen), monitor patients post-op & restrain animals during exams

  • Obtain Samples - gather stool, blood, and other samples for testing

  • Testing - test the samples gathered and help to interpret the results

  • Administer Medications - give patients accurate dosage of prescribed medications, anesthesia, vaccines, or other medications indicated by the DVM

  • Client Communication - obtain medical information from the clients and provide the client proper instruction on how to care for the animal under the veterinarian’s plan of care

  • Assist the Client Service Specialist team when needed

Purr-worthy people care

At CityVet, we put an added focus on the well-being of our staff members because caring for people and their pets is no easy task. CityVet prioritizes meeting the full range of physical and mental well-being needs of our people.

In addition to health insurance, life insurance, disability insurance, paid time off, a competitive 401k program, vision and dental insurance, and HSA options, our full-time employees receive:

  • Generous Pet-care Discounts

  • Uniform Allowance

  • Flexible Schedules

  • Growth Opportunities

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