Jobs and Internships
The Small Animal Hospital is seeking new team members to join our team and provide friendly, high quality care to our patients.
A few of our openings are highlighted below. To see other positions available at the Small Animal Hospital, please visit the UF Jobs site.
See brochure about jobs at the UF College of Veterinary medicine.
Learn more about our internship program for veterinary technicians. We are no longer accepting applications for the 2015-2016 internship program.Please check back with us if you are interested in applying for the 2016-2017 program.
To apply, you may send a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or apply through the UF Jobs site.
The Veterinary Technician position in UF’s Small Animal Oncology department provides support and assistance to the medical, surgical, and radiation oncology programs. This position offers opportunity to be involved in all aspects of the Oncology Service, thus, we are seeking an individual who is interested in providing exemplary patient care, teaching veterinary students and maintaining outstanding communication with both clients and referring veterinarians. The ideal candidate is self-motivated, has strong interpersonal skills, and has the desire to learn and develop their skills and capabilities. The incumbent must be knowledgeable and skillful in the nursing care of animal patients.
The University of Florida Small Animal Hospital is seeking a veterinary technician to assist a variety of specialty services within the hospital. This individual should be interested in providing exemplary veterinary care, teaching veterinary students, and communicating within a large team. The successful applicant will be responsible for providing technical assistance including general nursing care, assisting in diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, sample submission and interpretation, and some specialty-specific nursing skills. The ideal candidate is self-motivated, professional, has strong interpersonal skills, and has a strong desire to develop their skills and knowledge.
This position will provide nursing care for critically ill patients, assist clinicians and students with emergency and critical care patients and procedures as well as have an intermediate responsibility to provide instruction and demonstration to students, interns, and residents in a clinical setting. The person is expected to communicate effectively and demonstrate critical thinking and professionalism, have a strong knowledge of veterinary nursing care and techniques and have a basic understanding of anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, and disease processes.
The Radiology Department at the Veterinary Hospitals is recruiting for a Veterinary Technician 2. This position is responsible for assisting the radiologist in performing routine radiologic procedures, providing nursing care for patients while they are in radiology department, operate CR/DR imaging and film processing systems, operate equipment such as digital fluoroscopy, Nuclear Medicine, CT or MRI and work with and instruct veterinary students in performance of radiographic examinations.
The Veterinary Technician position in UF’s Neurology department assists with the following: receiving neurology patients for evaluation and rechecks, performing nursing care functions such as feeding, treatments, bandaging, and physical therapy, instructing veterinary students in general technical skills as well as specialized neurology nursing, client and referring veterinarian communication, and assisting clinicians in performing exams and procedures on patients, among other responsibilities.
We are looking for an individual who will be responsible for developing, implementing and managing the Electronic Medical Record (Cornerstone) training program for the University of Florida Veterinary Hospitals.