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Veterinary Dvm Summer Student – Vca Canada Feltham Animal Hospital, Victoria, Vca Canada

Published 2022-11-25
Expires 2022-12-25
ID #1277897868
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Veterinary Dvm Summer Student – Vca Canada Feltham Animal Hospital, Victoria, Vca Canada
Canada, British Columbia, Victoria,
Published November 25, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Veterinary dvm summer student – vca canada feltham animal hospital


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VCA Canada Central Feltham Animal Hospital is accepting applications for our 2022 Veterinary DVM Summer Student positions. This is a great opportunity to apply your classroom studies within a hospital environment and acquire first-hand experience in working closely with VCA Canada veterinary professionals.

Our Veterinary summer student position will provide you with invaluable insights into your career path post graduation. As a valued member of our team, you will develop practical and professional skills by working closely with our licensed doctors and registered technicians/technologists. You will be introduced to the inner workings of our hospitals while also gaining exposure and education in the following areas:


Patient intake and history


Triage, treatments and case dynamics


Pharmaceutical classification and inventory


Assisting in advanced diagnostics/procedures


Hands on compassionate care duties


Patient handling and restraint


Assisting with laboratory and imaging diagnostics


General hospital maintenance


Requirements:


Applicants must be current Canadian students enrolled in a DVM program


Must be able to repeatedly lift at least 40 lbs


Exceptional client service skills that build trust and loyalty


Compassionate and nurturing attitude providing care to clients and patients


Work effectively as a team player


Ability to remain calm and efficient in stressful situations


Initiative in carrying out assignments independently


Why You Should Consider Feltham Animal Hospital

By joining us in a summer position, you will embark on your journey with VCA Canada and build meaningful relationships that will take you anywhere you want to go. This is an excellent opportunity to open doors for future employment and to see what VCA Canada can offer you. We have a strong family network of veterinary professionals across Canada that support ongoing growth and opportunity for professional development.

Click Apply Now! or email [email protected] to join our team!

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