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(425) 557-0752

Beaver Lake Animal Hospital
26325 SE 39th Street
Issaquah, WA 98029
(425)557-0752


Beaver Lake Animal Hospital

26325 SE 39th Street
Issaquah, WA 98029

(425)557-0752

www.beaverlakeah.com

Technician Wage Information
 $18.00 per hour starting
$20.00 per hour for experience and reliable work
 
Licensed Technicians should be able to perform duties as described by the State of Washington. Rate of pay beyond the starting pay will be determined by skill level, overall abilities, attitude and contributions to the hospital.


VETERINARY TECHNICIAN DUTIES


A link to the Washington State Department of Health laws for veterinary technicians is provided here
http://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=246-935  Washington state mandates what a registered technician can do. This is a direct link to that list  http://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=246-935-050.

Below is a partial list of common tasks performed by technicians here.
 
        Backup receptionist, satisfy customers


Be able to perform/complete all duties for Kennel Help and Assistants

Monitor Kennel Help and Assistants

Teach/instruct new employees

Monitor charging to be sure all items and services are being billed

Inducing and monitoring anesthesia

Surgery preparation

Assist in surgery

Take appropriate, high quality radiographs (Regular and Dental)

Develop radiographs  

File radiographs

Preparation for all procedures

Obtaining lab specimens

Performing lab tests

Animal restraint

Perform dental prophylaxis

Taking temperatures, pulse and respiration of animals

Client communications on nutrition, parasite control, etc.

Administer medications and vaccinations

Applying IV catheters

Monitoring fluid flows

Monitoring patient needs

Maintaining cleanliness and orderliness of hospital

Insure animals' cleanliness, particularly for release to go home

Recommending suggestions to improve operations and customer satisfaction

Backup kennel help

 

 

Note:

This list is not all-inclusive.  It is understood that many situations will require the ability to multitask, and to work together to accomplish our goals.  While we are small, we will all be responsible for any of the hospitals needs.  As the hospital and staff grow, a certain amount of flexibility is needed to make this the best place a person could work and the best place for animals to come in sickness and in health.  Please provide alternative solutions to smooth out the practice rough spots.