Who we are: National Spay Alliance Foundation is a non-profit veterinary clinic offering low-cost, high-quality veterinary options to the community as a whole. We educate our communities in the importance of spaying/neutering to control the pet population as well as allowing clients to have their pets seen at the onset of a problem to keep pets where they belong in their home.
Our spay/neuter/medical clinic is located in Dalton GA. We are currently preparing to open a second spay/neuter clinic in Rome GA. We will be working out of the new, state of the art PAWS facility. We will also be serving the Savannah community with our 34’ spay/neuter rig beginning in September.
Our mission is to end the tragedy of euthanasia due to pet overpopulation and homelessness. We fulfill our mission by providing high-quality, affordable and accessible spay/neuter and basic medical services to communities where economic barriers may otherwise prevent pet owners and rescue groups for accessing those services.
Summary: The Lead Technician at National Spay Alliance will direct, plan, coordinate and perform a variety of duties concerned with animal health, surgery, and client education in support of the clinics mission and to assure quality care for our patients and promote greater efficiency by assuming technical and administrative work and managing details. This position will supervise a team of technicians and assistants in our medical/surgical facility.
Check us out at www.nationalspayalliancefoundation.org
This position requires veterinary technician supervisory experience. Veterinary Technician certification is also preferred, but not required if you have at least 2 years experience in veterinary clinical setting.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Daily overseeing and management of the technician staff.
Training and educating the technician team, including new hires.
Creation and implementation of new practices and protocols as needed.
Participation in administrative meetings and communication with other management team members.
General veterinary technician tasks, including exam room duties and client education; conducting laboratory testing; surgical preparation, dental prophylaxis, and anesthesia monitoring; medication preparation and administration; inventory and strong computer skills including record keeping, drug logs and invoicing.
Experience with Abaxis lab equipment.
Oversee employee schedules and confirming hours worked at specific location.
Monitor efficient hospital flow with Operations Manager per location.
Encourages and builds mutual trust, respect, communication and cooperation among team members.
Has a great sense of humor with positive attitude.
Other duties as assigned.
Experience needed for the job:
Veterinary Technician certification is also preferred, but not required.
Minimum 2 years minimum experience as a veterinary technician in a dynamic environment, with demonstrated ability to perform job requirements.
Must have supervisory experience in a veterinary clinic.
Running canine and feline anesthesia.
Placing IV catheters, understanding and administering medications.
Restraining animals safely, communicating well with clients and team members, being self-motivated.
Operating in house lab equipment, and being proficient in computer operating systems
Supervising day-to-day functions of technician and kennel staff.
Proficiency with computers and veterinary specific software.
Additional Salary Information: We offer a work life balance with a 4 day work week, competitive salary, benefits, discounted pet care.
About National Spay Alliance Foundation
Business Philosophy: Offering low-cost, high-quality veterinary options to the community as a whole. Educating our communities in the importance of spaying/neutering to control the pet population as well as allowing clients to have their pets seen at the onset of a problem to keep pets where they belong in their home. Mission Statement:Our mission is to end the tragedy of euthanasia due to pet over population and homelessness. We fulfill our mission by providing high-quality, affordable and accessible spay/neuter and vaccine services to communities where economic barriers may otherwise prevent pet owners and rescue groups for accessing those services.