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 […]
Not Getting Enough Applicants For Your Job Ad? You know how important it is to have a great team for your veterinary practice. Unfortunately, it can be difficult to put together a compelling story and prompt an immediate response that will help bring in the staff you need for your practice. You’ve put out job […]
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.
We share: How Bruce the blood hound went from rescue to hero; Why graduates are so in demand; Insights from the Fetch Conference; A Royal Veterinary College study on two extremely different factors that influence new graduates; How to bring a dehydrated bee back from the brink and more.
We share – How The Smart Veterinarians Negotiate Their Salary Reviews, our latest Job Ads, How Veterinary professionals deal with haters and internet trolls, AVMA launches online guide to support veterinary well-being and more in our regular update.
As an aspiring Vet Nurse or Vet Technician, you should already know that the biggest challenge facing you in gaining your certification is not about passing your exams, it is in securing the practical skills hours you need. And it isn’t…
One way to enhance your income as a Vet Nurse is to focus on your career development and work your way rapidly up through the ranks. Let your experience, expertise and ability “self-negotiate” career advancement and achieve the rewards that you deserve.
How To Manage Veterinary “Compassion Fatigue” Those that don’t take care of themselves may reach the point of being unable to care for others… You probably don’t get told this enough but we are deeply grateful that as a Vet or Vet Nurse or Veterinary Team Member you care for our pets and animals. You […]