Rancho Santa Fe Veterinary Hospital is comprised of a team of compassionate and professional animal lovers who work hard, play hard, and give their all. We know how to have fun and when to get serious. We’re always on the lookout for intelligent individuals who love to learn, want to grow with our business, and expand their horizons. In return, Rancho Santa Fe Veterinary Hospital pays competitively and based on experience. Some of the benefits we offer include:
- Medical and dental insurance
- 2 weeks of vacation annually for full-time employees
- Sick leave
- A continuing education stipend for all employees
- Discounts on services for employee’s pets
- A sabbatical with every four years of service
Current Job Openings
We’re looking for a full time veterinary receptionist working 40 hours a week. Veterinary experience is desired but not required!
An ideal candidate is also one who is an outstanding individual and pet lover, one who has a strong customer orientation, a great work-ethic, and a very positive attitude. This full-time position involves working 4 x 10 hour days, one of which includes Saturdays. All candidates must be able to lift 40 pounds. Compensation is dependent upon experience.
Proficiency must be demonstrated with:
- Excellent customer service and communication skills
- Excellent writing skills
- Ability to multitask
- Ability to type 50+ wpm
- Strong, positive attitude
- Creative, out-of-the-box, and independent thinking
If you are interested, please submit your resume, cover letter, and references to Sarah Crompton at firstname.lastname@example.org. We prefer that you do not use attachments. Simply copy then paste all your information within the body of the email. However, if you do use attachments, save your document(s) using Microsoft Word or Adobe Acrobat. We cannot read WordPerfect documents.
Competition for this position is expected to be high. Resumes submitted without a cover letter or resume will be ignored. We do not accept faxed resumes, however, you may drop them off in-person.
Finally, please take care to use perfect grammar and spelling – it counts!
Every year, especially as summer approaches, we receive a number of requests from those wishing to volunteer their time or intern at our hospital. Unfortunately, due to the high demand, we cannot fulfill all of these requests. However, if you are interested, don’t hesitate to send a resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
Tips for Applicants
Historically, we receive between 75-100 resumes for every job we post. That means you need to stand out from the crowd if you want your resume to “pop” to the top of our stack. Here are some tips to help make that happen. First, always include a cover letter with your resume. A good cover letter includes reasons why you want to work at our hospital and why you would make an outstanding candidate. Good resumes are well organized and tailored to a particular job opening. Second, check the spelling and grammar on your documents before sending them our way.