Veterinary Technician Resume

This veterinary technician resume template outlines the standard information required to become a veterinary technician, also called a veterinary technologist. Vet techs need a license to practice, which means that applicants must have completed industry-accepted educational requirements beforehand. Experience and skills may hold special importance in a vet tech resume template depending on whether desired positions involve specialties, such as exotic animals.

Veterinary Technician resume template Amanda Jackson
712 N 4th St
Phoenix, AZ 85010
480-234-8901
amanda.jackson897561@gmail.com

Objective

Seeking a full-time position working as a veterinary technician to assist with treatment and promote the health of animals.

Employment History

2008-2010, Shift Manager Fashion Plus (1000 Pine Blvd Colorado Springs, CO 80840)
Supervised three employees, assisted customers, balanced cash register, performed inventory, cleaned interior and exterior of store.

2010-2013, Assistant Manager Animal Outfitters, Inc. (912 McClure Blvd Phoenix, AZ 85011)
Managed 12 employees, assisted customers, balanced cash registers, handled inventory, accepted incoming shipments, worked with regional manager to plan promotional campaigns.

2013-Present, Veterinary Technician Central AZ Animal Hospital (1028 Yuma St Phoenix, AZ 85013)
Performed critical care, took X-rays, sedated animals as necessary, recorded patient information, worked at front desk when needed.

Skills and Abilities

  • Skilled in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel
  • Type 70 WPM
  • Skilled at working with people as well as animals
  • Great team player
  • Experienced at working with many different animals, including reptiles and aquatic animals

Education

  • A.A.S. Veterinary Technology, 2013
    Anthem College, Phoenix, AZ
  • Graduated magna cum laude
    Vice President of Veterinary Tech Club

References

References are available upon request in a paper version.


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