The University of Missouri Veterinary Health Center has an opening for a veterinary technician supervisor for the small animal emergency and critical care (SAECC) service. This technician will oversee the day-to-day operations of the SAECC nursing and support staff, which include intensive care unit (ICU) and emergency technicians, assigned veterinary students, and technician assistants who provide care for small animal patients in the ICU and on the emergency service. A detailed list of supervisor roles and requirements for the position are available upon request.
Applicants must be graduates of American Veterinary Medical Association-accredited veterinary technician training programs with at least 2 years of experience as a veterinary technician in emergency and critical care. Preference will be given to individuals certified in the Academy of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Technicians or intending to achieve said certification. The successful applicant will be required to obtain a veterinary technician license in the State of Missouri. Applicants should be energetic, have sincere interest in the well-being of critically ill animals, and possess excellent communication, leadership, team building, and organizational skills. This position will involve working through all technician duty shifts on a regular basis to work directly with those being supervised, both in ICU and emergency. The exact work schedule will be determined by the individual holding this supervisory position in conjunction with his/her faculty supervisors.
Please direct inquiries to:
A. (Tony) Mann, DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVS, Diplomate ACVECC
Veterinary Health Center
University of Missouri
900 East Campus Drive, Columbia, MO, 65211
Applications must be submitted on the following website:
About Univeristy of Missouri Veterinary Health Center
Veterinary Health Center at the University of Missouri-Columbia College of Veterinary Medicine
The University of Missouri Veterinary Health Center provides state-of-the-art teaching and medical services. In addition to regular check-ups and preventive health care for companion animals and livestock, we feature specialized treatment such as emergency medicine and critical care, internal medicine..., soft tissue surgery, dentistry, ophthalmology, neurology, oncology, dermatology, cardiology, radiation therapy and orthopedic surgery. Veterinarians throughout the Midwest refer patients to the VHC for specialized diagnoses and treatment. With sophisticated therapeutic equipment, advanced imaging and groundbreaking diagnostic methods, we are a regional center for animal health care.