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Seek the Challenging Position of Senior Veterinary Technician

A highly talented Veterinary Technician with huge experience in training, coordinating and participating in a variety of routine and complex technical procedures and activities related to the care of various animals.

Summary of Qualifications
  • More than eight years experience as Veterinary Technician.
  • Thorough knowledge of state and federal laws, rules, and regulations pertinent to animal health.
  • Considerable knowledge of treatment, prevention, and control of the common diseases of animals.
  • Profound knowledge of practices used in animal husbandry, farm management, and livestock marketing.
  • Deep knowledge of, but not diagnosis of, the pathological, physiological, and biological conditions observable in ante and postmortem inspections.
  • Remarkable knowledge of the techniques involved in the performance of animal necropsies.
  • Uncommon ability to assist in the pathological examinations of animals and animal tissue.
  • Great ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.
  • Sound ability to recommend corrective actions to supervisors, regarding violators of state and federal laws, rules, and regulations pertaining to animal health activities.
  • Excellent ability to maintain records, and prepare reports and correspondence related to work.
  • In-depth ability to handle and restrain animals, including livestock, companion animals, and exotic species.
  • Excellent ability to communicate effectively with others.
  • Great ability to maintain favorable public relations.
  • Immense ability to organize and coordinate the work of others.
  • Remarkable ability to establish priorities, assign, and evaluate the work of lower-level Veterinary Technicians.
  • Uncommon ability to perform the most complex veterinary technician assignments.
Professional Experience

New York University, NY                        1997 - Present

Veterinary Technician II
  • Participate in the inspection of livestock suspected of disease, by collecting diagnostic samples and specimens (blood, urine, and tissue) under the direction of a Veterinarian.
  • Restrain animals for testing or sample collection by a Veterinarian.
  • Package animal specimens and delivers to the Department of Agriculture laboratory or other appropriate laboratory.
  • Administer animal vaccinations, treat animals for disease, and perform euthanasia on livestock, or other animals as appropriate, under the direction of a Veterinarian.
  • Assist the Veterinarian in inspecting horses at horse racing facilities.
  • Inspect and audit records of sale yards to monitor the movement of animals.
  • Obtain animal identification information by examination of animals and records, including breed, sex, age, ear tag numbers, and brands.
  • Identify animals by a variety of methods including ear tagging, tattooing, and branding.
  • Conduct investigations of alleged animal law violations and document evidence obtained so corrective actions can be taken.
  • Write narrative reports on each apparent animal law violation describing the evidence, interview findings, and other relevant facts.
  • Recommend to supervisor corrective action such as, written warnings, corrective orders, and prosecution, and inform supervisor of all actions to correct minor violations.
  • Impose and release quarantines under the direction of supervisor.
  • Assist in the inspection of animal facilities such as dog pounds, horse racing facilities, pet stores, riding stables, and research facilities to investigate the welfare of animals.
  • Provide general disease control information to involved parties and inform them of where information can be obtained.
  • Perform related work as assigned.
New York University, NY                          1995 - 1997

Veterinary Technician I
  • Performed and participated in routine and standardized technical tasks such as the feeding and the monitoring of health status to provide for the health care of animals.
  • Evaluated potential problems relating to the health and social welfare of animals; notified supervisor of perceived problems.
  • Assisted in the organization and scheduling of events to facilitate the performance of procedures related to research projects; coordinated and participated in the performance of routine and standardized tests to include weighing animals, obtaining specimens, and observing behavioral patterns.
  • Served as liaison to the veterinarian in providing health care to the animals; administered daily treatments and medications for animals as instructed or required; assisted in or provided routine and emergency medical treatment.
  • Reported and took action to correct changes in environmental conditions which affect the well-being of the animals.
  • Formulated and administered special diets to ensure adequate vitamins and trace mineral elements; determined animal food needs and place regular food orders with vendors, ensuring optimum cost and variety in diet; fed and watered animals according to schedule. Ensured complete and accurate maintenance of all animals' records.
  • Assisted in processing health inspections and related requirements for interstate and international shipment of animals; transported animals, supplies, and materials; operated motor vehicle as required.
  • Anesthetized animals as required and served as circulating nurse during procedures requiring anesthetized animals; assisted in animal surgery as requested. Administered routine, post-operative and daily treatments to animals as instructed, prescribed and required; assisted in diagnostic treatments such as performing routine hematologic and parasitologic tests and collecting blood and other diagnostic specimens.
  • Performed other related duties incidental to the work described herein.

Education and Professional Training

Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT)

New York University, NY
Associate Degree in Veterinary Technology (1995)




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