Sykesville Veterinary Clinic

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Veterinary Assistant/Receptionist

Vet Assistant/Receptionist Wanted: Excellent benefits and competitive pay at a team-oriented practice

Sykesville Veterinary Clinic is seeking a part time or full-time veterinary assistant/receptionist to join our team in providing high-quality veterinary medical services and customer service to the Sykesville, Maryland-area pet population.

We’re a full-service animal hospital that focused on pet quality of life and client education. Our facility is state-of-the-art and equipped for everything from complex surgical procedures to routine wellness care. Some of our specialties include pocket pets and chemotherapy, as well as dentistry and senior services, and, unlike many vets in our area, we offer house calls.

Our staff and team of veterinarians combine years of experience with a genuine affection for animals and their humans to deliver exceptional results. Our employees are close and supportive of one another, and we consider ourselves not just a team but a family.

We’re located in Sykesville, a vibrant, thriving town that combines the charms and safety of the suburbs with proximity to the thriving cultural hubs of Baltimore and Washington, D.C. In addition to this ideal setting, we can offer you:

  • Health insurance
  • Single IRA
  • Pet care discounts
  • Production bonuses

The successful candidate will be a positive, self-motivated, dependable people person and a professional team player who enjoys working with pet parents and their companion animals in a fast-paced environment.

Duties include:

  • Client education
  • Answering multiple phone lines
  • Greeting clients and their pets
  • Conducting cash and credit card transactions
  • Scheduling appointments

Interested in joining us? Email Dr. Ellen Colwell at sykesvillevetclinic@gmail.com. We’re looking forward to meeting you!

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