At Newman Vets, We Love ‘em Like Our Own®. The first requirement of working for us is you must have a genuine passion for working with animals and providing them with the best possible care. Working for Newman Vets is not just a job, it can be a rewarding career. We provide opportunity for self-development and advancement. We are always happy to accept and review resumes from enthusiastic, hard-working, dependable, pet loving people. Please refer to the job descriptions below for more specific information on our requirements.
Note: To complete the application process you must print and fill out the application and fax it with your resume to
The hospital manager will oversee all operations at the hospital. He/she must hold the highest regard for maintaining a healthy, safe, and cohesive work environment while also maintaining legal and ethical continuity within the practice. He/she will lead by example and maintain a professional demeanor at all times. The Manager is responsible for the success of the hospital in the following areas: benchmarking; client and staff retention; productivity; and profitability. Generally, the Hospital Manager will be responsible for the daily accounting transactions with clients, transactions with clients, banks, suppliers, and personnel, coordinate scheduling, and training for the practice. Our managers act as a liaison between the veterinarians, management and the hospital team.
The technician is the veterinarian’s primary support. They must be knowledgeable in the veterinary field and be an excellent personal communicator. Vet techs begin the pet exam and continue to assist the doctor throughout the examination, diagnosis and treatment phases. They aid the veterinarians in achieving greater efficiency by relieving them of technical work and administrative detail. They have a very significant role in communicating with and educating clients about their pets. Technicians are responsible for hospital maintenance, assisting the doctors, laboratory procedures, radiology, escorting patients, client communication, medical procedures, operation and maintenance of instruments and equipment, inventory, daily treatment of hospitalized patients, rehabilitation, assisting in the operating room and maintenance of the OSHA and hazardous materials programs.
Client Service Representative (CSR)
The CSR is the client’s first contact when calling the practice and as such represents the professional image of the practice to clients. As a CSR, you will answer telephones, schedule regular and surgery appointments. You must have the ability to diffuse negative client situations and foster client bonding. Provide clients with product and service information, transfer client calls to appropriate staff, complete call logs and reports, recognize, document and alert the Manager of trends in client calls and recommend process improvements.
The receptionist is typically responsible for a client’s first impression of our facilities so it is critical that they are a naturally friendly person that is passionate about helping pets. The receptionist must have veterinary knowledge and be able to professionally answer the telephone, greet clients, prepare patient files, receive and relays client correspondence, update financial records and more. Receptionists will assume the responsibility for acquiring the medical and legal information necessary for the performance of their duties. A natural receptionist has the ability to diffuse negative client situations and foster client bonding.
This person must have a strong love for animals and a great personality. This position requires an active person with multi-tasking skills because you will spend most of the day on your feet. A groomer can not be afraid to get their hands dirty. This person must be incredibly responsible to ensure the safety and security of the pets. You must be able to work flexible schedules and hours.
All support staff must be able to walk and stand for long periods of time. You must be able to reach, bend, climb and crouch to perform job responsibilities. You must be able to lift and carry 50 pounds without assistance. You must have good vision, hearing and communication skills. Arm steadiness and finger dexterity are also important to operate equipment and work with animals.
Thank you for your interest in becoming an NVC Team Veterinarian. First and foremost, our veterinarians must be passionate about helping pets and dedicated to providing the best possible veterinary care to our patients. If you are a licensed veterinarian that doesn’t want to deal with the rigors of running your own business, then Newman Vets could be a great fit for you. At Newman Vets we take care of the business obligations and practice management, so you are completely free to focus on practicing veterinary medicine. You will work with your practice manager to help define and implement your medical policies and expectations. You will be empowered to deliver medical, surgical and dental care to patients. Our veterinarians play a vital role in building and maintaining client relationships. So you are expected to have a friendly personality. You must be passionate about helping pets and building a strong bond with our clients. We will give you all of the support necessary to make your job as easy as possible. If you enjoy what you do, you never work a day in your life.
A few benefits of working with us:
Great hospital locations
Full scope of services provided
Team based work environment
Training and mentoring
Mobile service work opportunity
Outstanding client base
Fun and exciting environment
Spacious exam and treatment rooms