Hours of Operation
7:00AM-6:00PM Monday-Friday
8:00AM-1:00PM Saturday

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Employment Opportunities

We are always glad to accept resumes from enthusiastic, hard working, dependable, team oriented people who wish to join our team of veterinary health care professionals.

Positions for which we may have openings include:

Receptionist

Responsibilities include scheduling appointments, answering the telephone, setting up new clients and patients, preparation and maintenance of medical records, admitting and discharging patients, filling some prescriptions, over the counter sales, mailings, computer operation, financial transactions, filing, and front office and reception area maintenance.  Receptionists will assume the responsibility for acquiring the medical and legal information necessary for the performance of their duties.

Veterinary Technician

Technicians are responsible for hospital maintenance, assisting the doctors, laboratory procedures, radiology, client communication, medical procedures, pharmacy, operation and maintenance of instruments and equipment, inventory, daily treatment of hospitalized patients, rehabilitation, assisting in the operating room, kennel duty and maintenance of the OSHA and Hazardous Materials programs.

Veterinarian Assistant

Ward personnel are responsible for animal handling, bathing and grooming, cleaning, feeding, laundry, waste disposal, general hospital maintenance.

Please mail or drop off your resume and a completed Employment Application to:

Email to:  Attn: Office Manager at hudsonvetjobs@gmail.com

To send via regular mail:
Office Manager
Hudson Veterinary Hospital Pet Resort and Spa
176 N. Highland Avenue
Ossining.NY 10562
(703)-802-8387


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