AmeriVet – Veterinary Technician Jobs

Exceptional veterinary care begins with exceptional culture. Are you in?

We should be at the top of your contact list if you’re looking for a new work family.

When you find a veterinary practice where people and pets come first, you know that you’ve found a place where your talents, veterinary experience, and hard work will be appreciated. A work environment where you can continue to develop and grow. AmeriVet is the perfect option. We seek full-time and part-time veterinary technicians who want somewhere to call home. A spot for them to fit nicely with us all and where you can fit in perfectly so we can all succeed together.

So if you or someone you know is interested, qualified, and just plain great, be sure to let us know! And keep an eye out to see what new veterinary technician roles have been listed here.

At AmeriVet, your success is our success. Ready to take on a new journey together?

We’ll start by saying that we firmly believe that behaviors are values in action.

As our AmeriVet team moves from concept to execution, each of us understands we are working towards our mission every single hour, every single day.

Okay. That’s the theory. Now let’s talk reality. The AmeriVet Way consists of six ‘behaviors’ that are all about practicing what we preach:




Status quo is a status “no.” While effort is appreciated, we reward and celebrate results. We applaud those who set big, bold goals and achieve them.




It’s simple. Be the person you would want to work with and respect others. Trust that your teammates are working toward the same goal, even if their approach is different than yours.



Find solutions and don’t point fingers. Learn from the past, but don’t dwell on it. Find a path forward and always stay above the line.


(be accountable)


Be accountable for your actions. Put your brainpower to work and look for the “how” instead of the “can’t.” Show initiative and be resourceful.


(keep moving forward)


Forward motion creates change. Look to the future and know that it’s okay to move quickly. Be willing to do what it takes to get the job done... plus a little bit more.


(think ‘we,’ not ‘them’)


Think “we,” not us and them. When we share the same goals, our partners win and we win – and a shared success feels better.

To dive right into each of these, simply click on the symbols. Then ask yourself: Are we more alike than different? Only you can answer that question. We look forward to finding out!

Do you want a COMMUNITY along with a career?

AmeriVet continues to grow rapidly. That means career paths are also expanding, along with opportunities for professional development, networking, collaboration, personal advancement, and cultural enrichment with AmeriVet team members across the country. This is because we're all connected through our online portal. In addition to our love for pets, of course!

  • Connect with more than 2,500 team members
  • See what’s happening at practices nationwide

Do you believe an EDUCATION should never really end?

If you do, then that’s great. Because we want our staff to be the best vet techs in the industry. And that means a dedication to never stop learning. So we make it a point to provide our team with opportunities to join professional associations, attend educational classes and conferences, and stay up-to-date with the latest advancements in veterinarian medicine. You’ll love it!

If you’re a new vet technician, is DEVELOPMENT on your high-priority list?

AmeriVet is devoted to aiding you in attaining your ambitions, giving you the ability to progress swiftly. We offer monthly CE courses, among other valuable resources for veterinary technicians, including opportunities to receive credentialed training scholarships. That’s because we want you to reach your full potential as much as you do.

Excellence on the job earns—and deserves—excellence in BENEFITS.

In addition to a competitive salary, we offer 401 (K) PLANS, medical, dental, and vision insurance, paid time off—and more. Our recruitment team will be happy to fill you in on all the details.


Where is the largest demand for veterinary technicians?

All over the country, veterinary technicians are in high demand. Pet ownership is on the rise, and with it comes the need for skilled, compassionate care. And while jobs across the veterinary industry are in high demand nationwide, a handful of states rank as those most hankering for your skills.

That’s a wide and wonderful range of places to consider living and working in. Whether you’re drawn to the sunshine of Florida, the mountains of Colorado, or the bustling city of New York, there is sure to be an opening ready for your expertise.

What are the most sought-after skills as a veterinary technician?

Veterinary technicians offer real-time support during routine visits, procedures, and surgeries. It is crucial, then, for a vet tech to be highly skilled and competent. Here are a few skills to master as a vet tech:

Technical Skills: As a vet tech, most states require you to have completed an associate's degree and passed a certification exam. Once you're on the job, you are expected to have a solid working knowledge of all that you have been taught in veterinary school. Of course, nothing can replace on-the-job learning—and you will hone your technical skills with each patient you see. But, as a veterinary technician, you are expected to have a level of mastery when you begin.

Patient Care: Not only should you have a firm handle on veterinary terminology and techniques, but you also want to have a deep love for your patient.

Collaboration: Working at a veterinary clinic or animal hospital is much like working with a family. It is very much a team effort. Whether discussing an upcoming procedure with your DVM, scheduling an appointment through the front desk, or assisting in cleaning up the examination room, it is crucial to build strong relationships with your colleagues.

While there are a number of other skills any vet tech would benefit from having (the ability to get a kennel looking spick and span, for one), these three will serve you well as you support your DVM and care for each companion animal that comes to the clinic.

What are the benefits of being a vet tech?

Working as a veterinary technician is a wonderful job. You are the veterinarian’s right-hand person, go-to colleague. You assist in everything from taking samples for lab work to administering anesthesia to helping during surgeries. It is important and valuable work.

And you trained hard for it. Most states require you to have your associate’s degree and pass a certification exam to become a veterinary technician. This allows you to have more responsibility than the veterinarian assistant and more of a voice at the table. But you don’t have the full weight that a DVM or veterinarian practice owner carries (at least not yet).

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