Practice manager/Human resources manager needed for a very busy veterinary practice in Northern New York. We are looking for a friendly, personable manager to help run our practice. We currently have three small animal veterinarians and one large animal ambulatory veterinarian, four licensed technicians, four customer service representitives, and four animal caretakers. We need someone to help keep our team working together, goal oriented, and running smoothly. Duties would include scheduling, inventory and supplies, personelle management, budgetting, computer use, customer service, conflict resolution, and more.
Watertown is close to the St. Lawrence river, Lake Ontario, the Adirondacks, and we are only 30 minutes from the Canadian border. It is a great area for outdoor sports enthusiasts as year-round recreation abounds. Hunting, fishing, snow sports, water sports, hiking, camping, and the list goes on. Watertown is a small city with a stable economy due to the nearby Army base at Fort Drum. We are also an easy drive to Syracuse, Albany and Rochester.
Pay will be based on experience and can be hourly or on salary. Benefits include, but are not limited to, paid C.E., health insurance, 401(k) and profit sharing, and paid vacation. Come visit and see for yourself! If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact Dr. Rebecca Reynolds, Watertown Animal Hospital, L.L.P., 1445 Washington St., Watertown, N.Y. 13601; phone 315-788-1711, or fax 315-788-2930. Visit our website at www.watertownpetcare.com or our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/WatertownAnimalHosp/.
Computer, customer service, conflict resolution, ordering, inventory, human resource management, typing, organization, other
Additional Salary Information: Benefits include 401K, health insurance, paid vacation, and more
About Watertown Animal Hospital
The Watertown Animal Hospital is a full service small animal hospital and mobile large animal service providing quality veterinary care to all of Jefferson County, Fort Drum, and parts of St. Lawrence, Lewis, and Oswego Counties.