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License Veterinary Technician Supervisor


Full-time License Veterinary Technician Supervisor


Veterinary Healthcare Center
241 W Pomona Blvd, Monterey Park, CA, US


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License Veterinary Technician Supervisor

Veterinary Healthcare Center is looking for a highly motivated and experienced License Veterinary Technician to join our management team as a Supervisor. This is a full-time position that includes working Saturday. 

VHC (Veterinary Healthcare Center) is an AAHA accredited general practice that operates in a fast pace/high volume environment. We see more than your average general practice and operate outside of our normal business hours to provide exceptional access to care for patients. We have 6 Veterinarians so you are able to learn from a variety of techniques and knowledge. We are seeking an individual who likes to take a plunge in leading the veterinary assistant/technician department. If youre looking to challenge yourself and others to be the best you can be and to take pride in the hospital/team you're leading, then you'll be a great fit for our management team. Our hours reflect our belief in the importance of self-care, and we offer great benefits to support a healthy and positive work environment. Our team members and doctors are committed to delivering the best medical care and customer service to all clients and patients.

The successful candidate will possess the knowledge and experience to mentor the technical staff, fostering their success and facilitating growth opportunities within the company.

As a working supervisor, you will be responsible for leading the Veterinary Assistant/Technician staff. Your supervisory duties will include, but are not limited to:

    • Directing work flow and refining and implementing protocols
    • Cultivating a positive, inclusive, respectful, and rewarding work environment
    • Overseeing equipment maintenance
    • Working cohesively with other leads and hospital manager to promote the hospital's mission and aiding in it's success.
    • Helping with the interview process for potential new hires and training new team members
    • Mentoring and assisting in the development of technicians and expanding their skill sets by creating opportunities for first hand experience
    • Resolving conflicts in a professional manner
    • Boosting staff morale
    • Disputing client complaints and being able to professional handle during stress.
    • Conducting monthly/quarterly department meeting to address continuous issues or training for new protocols
    • Performing technician scheduling to maximize the benefits of the hospital needs
    • Conducting employee evaluations and corrective actions where necessary
    • Maintaining knowledge of veterinary medicine and AAHA standards
    • OSHA compliance
    • Prevent disease and infection through the proper administration of health examinations, vaccinations, diets and daily treatment and observation of the animals.
    • Observe animals in our care for signs of illness or injury and report these to Veterinarian, and/or treat per agency protocols and acceptable industry practices.
    • Segregate and isolate animals as necessary to prevent the spread of disease and infection.
    • Prepare animals for treatment or surgery and assist veterinarian during treatment or surgery.
    • Administer medications and/or treatment to animals as directed.
    • Monitor food and water and monitor intake for animals under specialized veterinary care as directed by supervisor and as required by department protocol.
    • Clean and disinfect animal enclosures under specialized veterinary care as directed by supervisor and as required by department protocol.
    • Clean and maintain all veterinary department areas and equipment to ensure a sanitized and safe environment for staff and our animals.
    • Performs and assists with humane euthanasia of animals according to AAHA policies and procedures.
    • Record information on charts and in the database in an accurate and timely manner.
    • Provide accurate and friendly service to the public and clients when advising them of the health of the animals or answering general questions.
    • Maintain inventory of medications and supplies as required ensuring required amount of supplies are on hand and available. May order medication through appropriate vendors and processes invoices as required with the finance department.
    • Observe the proper care and handling of animals, to ensure it is maintained by all staff to prevent the spread of infection and disease.
    • Perform other duties, as necessary, to improve the functioning of the Veterinary Services Department and the Society as a whole.
    • Treat diseases, injuries, and infections.
    • Perform surgical procedures or euthanasia.
    • Communicate with clients about treatment plans and options.
    • Perform diagnostic testing on animals.
    • Clean and sterilize medical instruments, equipment, and facilities to prevent infection.
    • Appropriately dispose of biohazardous materials, such as body fluids or entrails.

Please note that these responsibilities are subject to change based on the evolving work needs of the hospital.

The ideal candidate will lead by example, creating a healthy work environment where staff feel encouraged to engage and learn from management.


  • Minimum 4 years of experience providing exceptional patient care to small animals, including the ability to place IV catheters, draw blood, obtain x-rays, set up and monitor surgeries, etc.
  • Ability to work effectively in a team setting.
  • Dependable and reliable.
  • Takes initiative and shows proactive behavior.
  • Proficient in working in a fast-paced environment.
  • Familiarity with Cornerstone.

Veterinary Healthcare Center offers a competitive compensation and benefit package, including medical, dental, vision insurance, a 401(k) retirement plan, paid vacation and sick days, employee pet discount, and a mental and wellness program.

We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. If you think you have what it takes to lead our team, please send us your resume. We're excited to meet you!


  • 8 hour shifts
  • Holidays
  • Night shift
  • Saturday shifts (occasional Sunday for treatment)
  • Monday to Friday
  • Overtime


Pay Range
$25$28 USD

PetVet Care Centers, Inc. is one of the nation’s leading operators of veterinary hospitals for companion animals. The company operates over 450 hospitals across multiple states and employs over 11,000 people including over 800 veterinarians. Since its inception, PetVet has been structured around a model that is focused on developing a partnership between the hospitals and the company and providing the highest quality medicine and service.

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