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The best care starts with the best caregivers.
What you will do:
Join the dynamic and busy Imaging Service of Cornell University Hospital for Animals, a world-renowned veterinary teaching hospital, as a dedicated imaging service technician
Acquire high quality radiographs on a wide variety of animals including dogs, cats, horses, cows, goats, sheep, pigs and exotic pets like rabbits and parrots.
Work with board certified veterinary radiologists and residents in teaching image acquisition and quality control to veterinary students.
Learn the technical skills of non-radiographic modalities including nuclear medicine, CT and MRI after veterinary radiography skills mature.
Complete imaging orders and manage PACS for our busy caseload including ultrasounds, CT scans, MRI, nuclear medicine bone scans and I-131 cats.
Shape the future of veterinary care and education through collaboration with other specialty services while working with a range of patients and disease processes.
Cross-train in other hospital services to broaden your skills
The majority of our teaching and routine imaging occurs 8am to 6pm Monday through Friday but we will consider individuals with interest in other shifts. Some nights, weekends and holidays may be required.
What are the qualifications?
Associate's degree in Veterinary Technology from an AVMA accredited program or an Associate's degree and ARRT certification.
NYS licensure or eligible to be licensed required.
Ability to meet the complex and physical demands of the position, including, but not limited to, prolonged standing and kneeling, moving and restraining animals that may exceed 50 lbs., with your colleagues and assistive equipment. There may be need to work for long periods of time with arms extended.
New graduates welcome to apply!
Rabies pre-exposure vaccination and titer costs covered by Cornell.
What's in it for you?
On-going career growth and advanced skill development.
Our LVT/RT career ladder is focused on career and specialty advancement, with financial and mentorship support.
3 weeks of vacation and 13 holidays with generous holiday pay if you work on those days.
An award-winning employer of choice benefits program.
Comprehensive health care options.
Access to wellness programs.
Employee discounts with local and national retail brands.
Generous retirement contributions.
Impressive educational benefits include tuition-free Extramural Study and Employee Degree Program, Tuition Aid for external education, and Cornell Children's Tuition Assistance program.
Cornell University, located at the heart of the beautiful Finger Lakes Region of New York State, is a center for discovery, academic leadership, and service. The College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) is recognized internationally as a leader in animal medicine, public health, biomedical research, and veterinary medical education. Ranked as one of the top veterinary colleges in the nation by US News & World Report, the CVM excels in providing education and advanced training that prepare veterinarians and scientists to serve society in critical roles in clinical and diagnostic veterinary medicine, public health, scientific inquiry, and public policy.
Cornell University Hospital for Animals is our core clinical training, patient care and research unit within the CVM, composed of six diverse world-class veterinary clinical units providing primary and specialty care. Our core teaching hospital has 23 services led by board-certified veterinary specialists that are nationally and internationally renowned, providing advanced diagnostic and therapeutic care of animals including 24/7 emergency care. We strive to provide a diverse, inclusive and fulfilling work environment for our family of employees who are committed to outstanding patient care, client service and veterinary training.
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University Job Title:
Licensed Veterinary Technician II
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