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AMY SMITH
123 Main Street Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Home: (555) 555-1234, Cell: (555) 555-1235 asmith@sample~resume.com


Seek the Challenging Position of Senior Veterinary Technologist

A highly talented Veterinary Technologist with huge experience in performing medical tests in a laboratory environment for use in the treatment and diagnosis of diseases in animals; preparing vaccines and serums for prevention of diseases; assisting in animal surgeries, issuing animals to investigators and managing quarantine for new animal species; and leading teams of technicians in animal health care or husbandry.

Summary of Qualifications

  • More than eight years experience as Veterinary Technologist.
  • Thorough knowledge of animal anatomy and physiology.
  • Great knowledge of the environmental conditions necessary for    the care and promotion of animals in a laboratory setting.
  • Extensive knowledge of the feeding and reproductions of a    variety of animals.
  • Profound knowledge of veterinary surgical techniques and    medical terminology.
  • Uncommon knowledge of the principals, practices and theories    of veterinary nursing care.
  • Remarkable knowledge of methods and techniques in handling    large and small animals.
  • Excellent skills in animal care techniques.
  • Profound skills in maintaining detailed records and inventories.
  • Uncommon ability to effectively communicate.

    Professional Experience

    New York University, NY                             2003 - Present

    Veterinary Technician II
    • Provide veterinary care to laboratory animals to include health exams, diagnostic tests, treatments, and quarantine, surgical and dental procedures.
    • Perform and maintain records for the sentinel animal program to ensure the health status of the animal colonies.
    • Perform and maintain records for the environmental surveillance program (microbiologic and air particle monitoring).
    • Ensure necessary resources - supplies, animals, and rooms - are available for studies.
    • Provide anesthesia and surgical support for the Safety Pharmacology Research Program.
    • Maintain records and permit in accordance with governmental agency regulations.
    • Oversee nonhuman primate Environmental Enrichment Program.
    • Support training of Comparative Medicine technicians for AALAS Certification Exams.
    New York University, NY                               1997 - 2003

    Veterinary Technologist I
    • Inventoried and requisitioned items such as food, bedding and cleaning supplies; ensured facility were properly billed.
    • Organized, rotated and restocked supplies.
    • Performed blood tests on animals.
    • Maintained breeding colonies of various animals which include breeding, feeding, weaning and keeping records of activities.
    • Called appropriate parties to perform repairs of equipment and facilities.
    • Observed health condition and behavior of animals; reported injuries, disease or abnormal behavior to supervisor and designated person; administered medications and treatment and performed veterinary procedures.
    • Performed clinical rounds in the post and pre-operative rooms and in the intensive care room to observe the clinical health and well being of laboratory animals and reported abnormalities to the veterinarian.
    • Provided post, pre-operative and intensive care ensuring recovery from anesthesia was satisfactory and incisions and sutures were intact; assisted during surgery and necropsy procedures.
    • Maintained records on post-op, pre-op and intensive care patients.
    • Issued animals to investigators selecting animals to meet investigator's needs.
    • Kept records of medications, supplies and special services rendered and initiated billing charges.
    • Cleaned animal rooms and fed and watered animals in rooms.
    • Transported animals and supplies to designated locations.
    • Euthanized sick animals.
    • Led work activities of subordinates.
    • Trained and assisted animal technicians.

    Education and Professional Training

    Certified Laboratory Animal Technologist (LATG) by American Association of Laboratory Animal Science

    New York University, NY
    Bachelor's Degree in Laboratory Animal Technology (1997)




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