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Veterinary Technician-University of Minnesota
Research Animal Resources Minneapolis, MN
-Graduate of Animal Health Technician Program or equivalent training
- Associates degree in Veterinary Technology- CVT- AALAS certification (ALAT, LAT or LATG)
- One year relevant laboratory animal care and/or veterinary technical experience
- Highly developed technical skills- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Strong leadership skills and ability to work independently
- Ability to work successfully with a variety of personality styles and cultural backgrounds
- A strong customer service ethic
- Comfortable with a variety of computer software and willingness to learn new programs
About the Job: This employee will provide patient monitoring, care and treatment under direction of the area veterinarian and according to established Standards of care, including pain management, wound treatment, surgery prep, anesthesia induction, monitoring and recovery, medication administration, venipuncture, diagnostic lab sampling and processing, pharmacy inventory maintenance, emergency care and environmental enrichment.Provide training on routine animal care as well as specialized techniques. Prepare appropriate and legal medical records in accordance with GLP and other guidelines. Stay up to date on relevant rules and regulations pertaining to laboratory animal and general veterinary care.All offers of employment for this position will be conditioned on the completion of a medical questionnaire, evidence of current tetanus immunization, and/or fitness for duty examination to ensure the applicant's ability to work in an environment that may present occupational health and safety hazards associated with the work.
About the Department:Animal research at the University of Minnesota is conducted within the Health Science programs in the Academic Health Center, as well as in other programs such as College of Food, Agriculture, and Natural Resources Sciences, the College of Liberal Arts, the College of Science and Engineering, and the Hormel Institute. Research Animal Resources Manages twenty animal facilities on two campuses that are diverse and decentralized supporting a wide range of species with an average daily rodent cage census of 24,000. The primary focus of RAR is on service and administration of the animal care and use program at the University of Minnesota.
Submit applications on-line via the UMN website at http://employment.umn.edu
(position title: Veterinary Technician, job ID number: 329298).