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Veterinary Office Supervisor Resume

Working in a veterinary practice can turn out to be a pleasant and rewarding activity in case you are a pet lover and are willing to provide them constant care and attention. Their main responsibilities include handling administrative duties as well as providing limited veterinary assistance. Those who want to apply for these positions are required to have a lot of patience, love and care for animals as well as the ability to oversee and coordinate daily activities within the veterinary office.

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When creating a resume for a position as Veterinary Office Supervisor, it is recommended to focus on highlighting former relevant responsibilities, personal and professional skills and competencies and educational background. Requirements concerning education might vary depending on the type and size of the veterinary practice. Some employers require their Veterinary Office Supervisors to handle only the administrative operations while others expect their employees to provide medical services to patients as well. So, before writing your resume, find out what kind of job you will be asked to do and tailor your resume according to the job requirements.

Introduction

A Veterinary Office Supervisor is responsible for overseeing daily administrative operations and providing medical support and assistance when required.

Veterinary Office Supervisor Resume Sample

Contact information
Name: Dee Hudson
Address: 140 Pilot Street, Washington
E-mail: dee.hudson@example.com
Birth date: 10.10.1978
Marital Status: Married
Children: One
Driver's License: B category, 1998

Objective

Looking for a position as a Veterinary Office Supervisor, where I can use my abilities to run a business and experience in working and treating animals to provide high quality medical care and outstanding customer services.

Summary

Enthusiastic, reliable and experienced Veterinary Office Supervisor, with excellent communication skills, multi tasking abilities and certified by the American Veterinary Medical Association.

Skills and qualifications

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Highly organized and good planner
  • Efficient in time management
  • Leadership abilities
  • Decision maker and rational thinking
  • Ability to under pressure
  • Likes animals
  • Competent, professional and responsible
  • Self motivated and dynamic
  • Availability to work in shifts
  • Ability to be sympathetic

Work experience

Veterinary Office Assistant, DuPont Veterinary Clinic, 2002-present
Duties and responsibilities

  • Performing secretarial tasks such as answering telephone, making appointments, sending and receiving e-mails, handling the correspondence, making copies, printing and preparing reports
  • Performing administrative duties including keeping file records about each patient, medical history, prescriptions, order and maintain supplies, keep inventory for medicine and medical equipments, schedule appointments handle medical payments, maintain up to date clinical records.

Veterinary Nurse, Georgetown Veterinary Hospital, 1997-2001
Duties and responsibilities

  • Prepared animals for surgery and assisted the Veterinary doctor during surgery
  • Monitored anesthesia
  • Performed radiographs, medical tests and collect samples
  • Carried out medical treatment under veterinary supervision
  • Fed the animals
  • Administered vaccines, injections, fluid therapy, first aid and even euthanasia
  • Performed dental cleansing.

Education and training

Bachelor's Degree in Veterinary Assistance
Business Administration Training Courses

Achievements and affiliations

Registered Veterinary Nurse
Member of the American Association of Veterinary Workers

Areas of interest
Animal Protection

References References are available upon request

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