Craig Road Animal Hospital is a large multi — doctor, AAHA accredited, practice located in Northwest Las Vegas that provides high-quality veterinary care for dogs and cats with a focus on customer service.
Our team members provide superior medicine for pets and great customer service for clients. Benefits include CE allowance, hospital provided scrubs, signing bonus, and competitive salary.
The hospital is over 11,000 sq ft., recently renovated and equipped with all digital radiology, digital dental radiology, ultrasound with color flow Doppler, in-house laboratory, two surgical suites, laparoscopic & endoscopic surgery suite, dentistry suite, oxygen cages, and paperless medical records computer system. Craig Road also features telemedicine capabilities, a full up to date library and an excellent close working relationship with a large veterinary specialty center. With a dedicated and professional staff, Craig Road Animal Hospital also provides an excellent and supportive working environment.
If you are interested in one of the positions as outlined below, please feel free to apply! We are always open to new members joining our team.
Customer Service Representatives mainly deal with our clientele and are the first friendly face that you see. Our representatives wear many hats. They can be a greeters, cashiers, or work in our phone room. Customer Service Representatives are also the first staff members to handle the patient.
Exam Room Assistants are here to provide support for our doctors and clients. They are responsible for collecting any information on our patients, providing exams, treatments, and outpatient care. This group also takes special care when communicating with pet owners for follow ups on the status of our patients to provide the best experience possible.
Licensed Veterinary Technicians and our Veterinary Technicians in Training assist our doctors with the care of the animals and sometimes scrub into surgeries. This position is very hands on when dealing with the care of our patients. Our LVT’s must be a graduate from an accredited veterinary technology school, pass the National Veterinary Technician exam and be licensed in the state of Nevada.
Veterinary Assistants will assist our doctors by maintaining the facilities for the animals, and the animals themselves. They monitor patient’s behavior, and deal directly with animal management and care. A valid Veterinary Assistant Certificate or experience at a previous hospital is required for this position.
Animal Care Takers have the important job of taking care and handling our boarding pets, maintaining a clean and healthy area for our boarders.