Create a Winning Cover Letter to Land Your Dream Job You have worked tirelessly to earn your veterinarian degree. You spent your summers working at local veterinary offices. You volunteer at the local shelter, and when friends call at all hours looking for advice for their pets you answer with a smile. Your hard work […]
How Can You Help Your Team Adjust to Change? Like most industries, 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. While veterinary practice managers and administrators are usually the initiators of these changes, it’s easy to forget that at […]
Five Emergencies Every Veterinary Receptionist Should Be Ready For We never know when an emergency is going to happen. You can be surrounded by people dropping off or picking up their pets, while the phone is ringing and in runs a crying person holding their injured animal. How you greet and react can turn a […]
5 Interview Questions for Vet Nursing Candidates Hiring talent for your vet clinic can be a challenging task. Lots of people love animals and want to start a career working with them. While loving animals is an admirable trait, it may not mean the candidate has the skills to perform the many tasks required of […]
10 Great Things About Working with Small Animals For many people when they hear that you work with animals the first thing they say is, “Aww, you work with puppies and kitties all day?” We often cringe when we hear that, or laugh it off knowing our jobs are so much more that baby balls […]
This article was originally published on our Australian site www.vetpetjobs.com.au and reproduced here to share across the world. How to Become a Certified Vet Nurse You love animals. You can’t get enough of their perfect purrs and being laved in licks. For as long as you can remember you have been caring for animals. You […]
Managing Veterinary Job Fatigue We are deeply grateful for those that care for our pets and animals. They are generous, empathetic and expert at what they do. Caregivers are rewarded in their work in special ways. The ability to heal and help is virtuous and important. Those that dedicate their lives to this work know […]
Finding exceptional new team members is never easy, but when there is a shortage of high quality candidates and a plethora of employers “in the market” for talented vets and vet nurses, you have to be creative if you are going to gain the attention of the very best candidates.