Successfully completing your studies and practical skills placements, and gaining your Certification is a great first step toward a career as a Vet Nurse or Vet Technician. Putting your newly acquired skills to work in an entry-level job is the next step. Here are five tips to help you secure your first job as a brand new Vet Tech or Vet Nurse…
This Job Campaign is a sample we have prepared here at Vet & Pet Jobs based on our article “How To Write The Perfect Veterinary Job Ad” by Matt Lee. Matt Lee, is a long term pet industry marketing expert and runs Vet & Pet Jobs, a Veterinary and Pet Care industry Recruitment Marketing Solution that is designed to bring together the best candidates and the best vet practices and pet care operators.
You already know that being a Veterinary Nurse or Vet Technician is a very rewarding career. We also know it is not always an easy job. The hours are often long. There are days when you don’t have any appointments for a while; then you have several patients walking in at once. There are days when you get out on time and days where you stay hours after you close the hospital. And in those quieter moments, you may find yourself wondering…
There is an accelerating trend towards recognition of Veterinary qualifications globally, partly driven by market forces and partly by the more nomadic “Millennial Generation” – so our Blog this week touches on a few ways to merge your wanderlust with your Veterinary work + this weeks’ featured Job Campaigns + our Snapshot of Vet and Pet News from around the web.
A great range of new Job Campaigns this week from Medical Director to Mixed Animal Vet to Emergency Vet Nurse and more, from across the globe. And here we are, more than half way through 2018 – the world moves at such a rapid pace so we think it is timely to take a moment to self-check your Work Life Balance in this weeks blog article – plus our Snapshot of Vet and Pet News from around the web.
In this week’s Vet & Pet Jobs eNews – This Weeks’ Featured Jobs – Vet & Pet Jobs Australia website gets a face lift – Vet & Pet Jobs UK and USA gaining visibility – our Snapshot of Vet News From Around The Web
Remember, it is called a Job AD…and like all good ads, it is there to entice people to action, not do the entire sales job. All you really want to happen is for you to receive plenty of resumes; having too many to choose from is a much better problem than having one…or none.
Like most industries, today veterinary medicine is all about change… Changes in treatment protocol, technologies, staff, and day-to-day bumps that require pivoting, are all part of the job in day-to-day Veterinary practice. While veterinary practice managers and administrators are usually the initiators of these changes, it’s easy to forget that at our core humans are […]
In this week’s Vet & Pet Jobs eNews – This Weeks’ Featured Jobs – 5 Essential Tips For A Great Veterinary Resume – Join These Regional LinkedIn Veterinary Career Groups – Our Selected Vet News From Around The Web –
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