Veterinary Medical Center of Long Island Careers
Current Career Opportunities
The Veterinary Medical Center of Long Island (VMCLI) is always interested in adding dedicated and caring veterinary staff to our top-notch team.
If you are a Veterinarian, Licensed Veterinary Technician, Veterinary Assistant, or feel you can be a vital part of our organization, please email your resume to Jennifer Larson at: email@example.com
Or fax your resume to: 631-587-2006 with Attention to: Jennifer Larson / Human Resources Department.
All inquiries will be held in strict confidence.
Emergency Veterinarian Wanted: Posted on 9/01/10
The Veterinary Medical Center of Long Island Referral Center and Emergency Hospital in West Islip, NY is recruiting an additional full time emergency veterinarian. Prior emergency experience or internship is required. Salary is commensurate with experience. We offer an excellent benefits package inclusive of VECCS dues, continuing education compensation, liability insurance, state licensing, health insurance, and 401K. Our hospital offers 24/7 emergency and critical care and provides specialty services consisting of surgery, internal medicine/oncology, dermatology, dentistry, ophthalmology, exotic medicine and neurology. The hospital is well-equipped with state of the art monitoring equipment (digital telemetry, mindray, Doppler, pulse oximetry, etc.) in-house labs, digital radiography, ultrasound, CT scanner, MRI, endoscopy. We have a large group of well educated and highly experienced technicians. Our practice offers and encourages monthly CE and journal club opportunities. We are seeking a candidate with positive energy, experience and eagerness to practice high quality emergency medicine. The ideal candidate will also possess the leadership qualities necessary to help us educate our enthusiastic interns. West Islip is located on Long Island, NY just 40 minutes from the fine dining, broadway shows and shopping of the big city and just 30 minutes west of the Hamptons. We are surrounded by beautiful beaches, parks, and vineyards.
To join our growing team please e-mail Gregory Carastro or fax resume to 631-587-2006 Attn: Gregory Carastro.
Department Lead LVT (Download in PDF format)
Available Departments: ER, IM, SX, Ophthalmology, Neurology
Exempt Status: Non-exempt
Position Status: FT / PT
Reports to: Hospital Supervisor (HS) and Hospital Administrator (HA)
Works closely with: LVT’s, Assistants, Client Care Coordinators, Hospital Supervisor, Hospital Administrator, Clinicians, and Owners
Direct Reports: LVT’s & Assistants within your department.
VMCLI’s Conformance Statements
In the performance of their respective tasks and duties all employees are expected to conform to the following:
- Perform quality work within deadlines with or without direct supervision.
- Interact professionally with other employees, customers and suppliers.
- Work effectively as a team contributor on all assignments.
- Work independently while understanding the necessity for communicating and coordinating work efforts with other employees and organizations.
The Department Lead LVT directs, plans and coordinates departmental staff to promote greater efficiency and quality of care for both our patients and staff alike.
The following is a list of essential job requirements. This list may be revised at any time and additional duties not listed here may be assigned as needed. Job Functions and Job Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Supervising and assisting Veterinary Technicians in their performance of technical tasks and client education duties within their respective department.
- Scheduling of veterinary technicians and the coordination of staff coverage in cooperation with the Hospital Supervisor.
- Maintaining the accuracy of all controlled substance drug logs and data entry.
- Oversee completion of our daily checklists and weekly maintenance logs (cleaning, kennel roster, treatment sheets) prior to the end of each work day within your department.
- Make recommendations to Hospital Supervisor and Administrator concerning personnel matters, staffing needs, promotions, re-assignments, hours of work or other status changes regarding the veterinary technicians and staff within your department.
- Provide direct on-the-job training to new veterinary technicians and departmental personnel
- Discuss disciplinary actions when appropriate with the Hospital Supervisor and Administrator and assist with all corrective actions required.
- Perform all required duties of a licensed veterinary technician as it relates to your department goals.
- Current NYS license.
- Minimum of five years of clinical experience and three years of supervisory experience.
- Knowledge concerning related federal and state animal health laws and regulations regarding OSHA, record maintenance, and controlled drugs.
Special Position Requirements/Physical Requirements:
- Impromed knowledge
- Experience with Microsoft Outlook, Excel and Word programs