Lead RVT wanted. Are you looking for an employer that shares your values?

  • Full Time
  • Part Time
  • Toronto
  • 26-36 CAD / Hour

Website Toronto Integrative Animal Health

A veterinary practive as unique as your best friend.

We are looking for an exceptional individual who is cheerful, energetic, knowledgeable and passionate about helping enhance and extend pets’ health. You must be an effective communicator and show a strong understanding of compassionate medical care. Help us create an outstanding experience for our loyal clients and patients.

We are a modern, full-service, independent woman-owned and operated companion animal hospital, with new, comprehensive in-house lab equipment, digital X-rays, laser and Phovia therapy.

Candidates should be interested in and open to learning about holistic and naturopathic therapy modalities such as acupuncture, herbal medicine, whole foods nutrition, homeopathy, ozone therapy, osteopathy, veterinary orthopedic manipulation (chiropractic), pEMF and advanced laser and photobiomodulation therapy. Utilize all your existing skills and learn new ones!

The schedule is flexible, 25-37.5 hours over four to five days a week, Monday to Friday. The hospital is not open on weekends or public holidays.

While preference will be given to experienced RVTs, new graduates with a passion for learning are encouraged to apply.

We value our team members’ quality of life both on the job and off.

We offer:

  • Inclusive and collaborative work environment
  • Compensation range $26-$36 per hour, uniform allowance,  veterinary pet care employee discount
  • Reimbursed health and fitness expenses up to $500
  • $1000 CE allowance plus 3 paid CE days
  • paid RVT license fee
  • 15 days (3 weeks) of paid vacation
  • 5 paid personal emergency leave days

Please contact manager@integrativeanimalhealth.com

Tagged as: RVT

To apply for this job email your details to manager@integrativeanimalhealth.com

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