Radiology Registered Veterinary Technician

University of Georgia
College of Veterinary Medicine
Veterinary Teaching Hospital
Athens, Georgia

The University of Georgia Veterinary Teaching Hospital is seeking a licensed veterinary technician to join our
radiology team. This exciting position offers an excellent opportunity to be part of a dynamic and very busy service
in a constantly evolving academic environment while utilizing your skill set in assisting board certified radiologists,
residents and senior veterinary and technician students in the processes of acquiring radiographs on small, large and exotic animals for planned or emergent cases. This service area has a high volume of cases ranging from
ultrasounds, CT scans, MRI, nuclear medicine bone scans and I-131 cats. The ideal candidate will have a strong
ability to multitask, excellent communication and organizational skills, a willingness to learn and teach, and a
positive attitude. Available hours are Monday - Friday 9a-6p.

About the Job:

As a Radiology Registered Veterinary Technician you will be responsible for:

  • Patient care management and treatments. Collection of blood, urine by expression, cystocentesis or
    catheterization. Collection and preparation of tissue, cellular, or microbiological samples by skin scraping,
    impressions. Routine laboratory test procedures. Radiology including settings, positioning, processing, and
    safety. Intravenous and arterial catheterization. Administration and application of treatments, drugs, fluids,
    medications and immunological agents by oral, parenteral and injectable routes. Medical record keeping.
    Oversee patient management by Veterinary Assistants.
  • Placement of intra-nasal and intra-gastric tubes. Dental procedures, euthanasia, surgical assistance,
    resuscitative procedures. Application of splints and slings. Application of appropriate wound dressings and
    external supportive care in severe wound and burn cases.
  • Ensuring the proper charges for cases, as well as submitting and checking lab work and imaging results
    through the Hospital computer system.
  • Able to professionally communicate with the doctors and students concerning the affected work flow, time
    limitations and patient status. Maintain a positive attitude and calm demeanor throughout stressful
    situations. Accept constructive criticism.
  • Reading and understanding patient records, and having knowledge of medical condition processes.
About You:

Minimum qualifications for this position include:

  • Associates or Bachelor’s degree in veterinary technology required and/or have met the requirements for
    licensure in GA

Physical Capacities for this position include:

  • Ability to lift and carry up to 50 pounds.
  • Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions, ability to deal with problems with
    concrete variables and draw appropriate/accurate conclusions.
  • May sit, stand, stoop, bend and walk intermittently during the day on hard floor surfaces.
  • Capable of dealing with stressful situations.
  • Capable of manual dexterity sufficient to accurately work with small, delicate pieces of equipment or large
    heavy objects/containers/machinery.
  • Capable of wearing all protective gear including mask, gloves, gown, hairnet, safety goggles etc.
  • May need to work for long periods of time with arms extended.

For consideration, please email cover letter and resume to Olivia Williams,

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Job Posted Date: February 11, 2020

Veterinary Advanced Imaging Technician

Ocean State Veterinary Specialists
East Greenwich, Rhode Island

OSVS is looking for a full-time Veterinary Advanced Imaging Technician to expand their diagnostic imaging services. Work schedule is TBD

About the Job:

As an Advanced Imaging Technician you will be responsible for:

  • Prepare and run MRI and CT scans on canine and feline patients
  • Set up image parameters and patient positioning
  • Work under the guidance of the neurologists to modify scan techniques for optimal image quality
  • Assist the neurology team with patient care and client communications when imaging services are not needed
  • Keep current in Diagnostic Imaging trends through CE attendance
About You:

Minimum qualifications for this position include:

  • 3-years of veterinary experience.
  • CVT or VTS preferred but not required;
  • College/technical school education preferred or equivalent work experience.
About Ocean State Veterinary Specialists:

Ocean State Veterinary Specialists (OSVS) is a privately-owned emergency, specialty and referral hospital located in East Greenwich, Rhode Island with a very busy emergency service, nationally-respected internship and residency programs, specialists in emergency/critical care (2), neurology (2), internal medicine (6), surgery (4), radiology, cardiology, oncology, ophthalmology, and avian/exotics and a large group of highly experienced emergency doctors. Our 26,000-sf facility houses specialized equipment including telemetry, endoscopy, ultrasound, fluoroscopy, laparoscopy, CT scanner, as well as a Siemens Symphony 1.5T MRI.

To learn more about Ocean State Veterinary Specialists, click here

Benefits of Working at Ocean State Veterinary Specialists:
  • Competitive salary
  • Fully paid employee health insurance, available dental, vision and life insurance
  • Paid vacation, sick time, holidays
  • Uniform allowance, a generous pet discount policy, 401(k) plan with match, and a CE allowance for CVTs.
  • Relocation reimbursement is available for new employees willing to relocate to RI.

If you are interested in learning more about OSVS and this opportunity, please email your resume and cover letter to Katti Teixeira at

Thank you for reading our posting!

Job Posted Date: February 11, 2020

Veterinary Radiation Oncology Technician

UC Davis
Radiation Oncology Service
UC Davis Health Science District
Davis, California

UC Davis Radiation Oncology service is looking for a full-time Radiation Oncology Technologist for to expand their service. Work schedule is Monday through Friday, hours TBD.

About the Job:

As a Radiation Oncology Technologist you will be responsible for:

  • Treatment of patients with life-threatening illness or injury, whose conditions are likely to change on a moment-to-moment basis;
  • Assisting the clinicians with operation of the Linear Accelerator;
  • Quality assurance;
  • Preparing anesthetic protocols;
  • Inducing and monitoring anesthesia, and
  • Patient treatments.
About You:

Minimum qualifications for this position include:

  • Must have a current California Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT) license.
  • Experience pre-medicating, inducing, maintaining, and monitoring patients under anesthesia and applying monitoring equipment;
  • Experience operating basic anesthesia equipment such as anesthesia machines, ventilators and various monitoring and lab equipment;
  • Experience with medical terminology with the ability to communicate verbally as well as in writing, with a wide variety of people, professionally and diplomatically;
  • Experience working independently in providing intense, moment-to-moment monitoring/reassessment of emergent/critically ill patients.

Preferred qualifications for this position include:

  • Knowledge of radiation therapy procedures, including external beam radiation;
  • Knowledge of basic oncology diseases;
  • Assisting with the development of anesthetic protocols tailored to individual patients, as well as managing patients during anesthesia;
  • Knowledge of diagnostic procedures such as CT, MRI, and digital radiography policies governing animal use.
About the Position:

The neurology department is a busy three doctor department specializing in the diagnosis and management of common neurologic diseases in canine and feline patients through medical and surgical intervention.

About UC Davis Veterinary Oncology Service:

Welcome to the Oncology Service at the UC Davis Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital. Our cancer diagnostic and treatment services provide comprehensive care at one of the busiest veterinary cancer treatment centers in the world. The services we provide to dogs, cats and equine patients use both traditional and innovative approaches in treatment. The traditional approach includes chemotherapy, radiation therapy, radioactive iodine therapy and surgical intervention. Our innovative approach includes interventional radiology, immunotherapy, stereotactic radiosurgery, intensity modulated radiotherapy and computerized treatment planning.

Our clinical team consists of more than 30 faculty and staff members, including multiple full-time, board certified veterinarians in Medical and Radiation Oncology, Surgical Oncology, Radiology, and Pathology. In addition, our state-of-the-art imaging services include CT, MRI, ultrasound, nuclear medicine and PET scanning. Scientific research also contributes to our excellence in cancer treatment. Our oncology team performs basic science and clinical research that include clinical trials designed to benefit our patients by discovering new ways to treat and diagnosis cancer. We collaborate extensively with fellow clinical researchers at the UC Davis Medical Center and the worldwide oncology community to develop safer and more effective treatments that lead to new advancements in treatment for both veterinary and human patients. The patient's quality of life is our central focus.

To learn more about the UC Davis Veterinary Oncology service, click here

Benefits of Working at UC Davis:

Please inquire within application


Please submit applications online on our campus website by clicking here

This position is a critical position and subject to a background check. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of background investigation including criminal history and identity checks.

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Job Posted Date: February 1, 2020


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