Vet Practice Manager Jobs – Veterinary Hospital Managers
Turn your passion for organisation and business savvy skills into a job as a veterinary practice manager. Review the job listings for veterinary practice managers and find your dream job.
Join our proudly privately-owned veterinary practice, providing best practice veterinary care in our beautiful Samford Valley for over 40 years. You will have everything at your fingertips to diagnose & work-up your cases in our fully equipped small animal hospital. Digital Xrays inc dental, ultrasound, surgical theatre, intensive care, in-house lab, bair huggers & much more!
As we continue to grow, thanks to our outstanding reputation we want to expand our amazing, supportive, fun, & caring team. Due to this expansion, we are seeking an additional Part-time or Full Time qualified veterinary surgeon to join our team. We have all the needed in house diagnostics & the opportunity once a week to spend with a travelling veterinary specialist.
Creature Comforts Veterinary Group is expanding, & we will soon be opening our new architect-designed flagship Small Animal Veterinary Centre. We’re looking for passionate small animal (dog & cat) vets to join our friendly team of 18 vets and 70 support staff across the Group. We encourage all staff at all levels to enjoy practice and develop their careers in their favourite areas.
We are a new & growing practice looking to expand our team. Having already doubled in size, we are looking for a motivated part-timer to complement our current superstars. This Sole Charge position will be supported by great staff & in emergencies the practice owner. It will be one Wednesday & one in two, three or four weekends. Clients are nice & our facilities are top quality.
Working closely with our support office in Sydney, and clinics and hospitals across Australia, this role will provide extra patient care through our online WEBVET platform on a shift pattern basis, supporting our clients, ensuring a high standard of customer service, patient triage and clinical care, as well as driving new business ventures through creative veterinary content writing.
We have a rare and unique opportunity for a Regional Clinical Director to join our team and support our Western Australian clinics. Ideally suited to a passionate and driven vet who is ready to take the next step in their career. Support our clinics in having high standards of care, through coaching, training and mentoring, and ensuring we meet legislative requirements.
Find a Job as an Veterinary Hospital Manager for Growth and Satisfaction
Getting a job as a veterinary practice manager or hospital manager allows you to work with animals while focusing on the business side of veterinary medicine. For many, a job as a practice manager is a rewarding job because you can help their hospital provide the gold standards of patient care while using business skills that they have worked hard to acquire.
It’s a great time to get a job as a veterinary practice manager. According to recent studies, job opportunities for office managers are expected to increase by 16% in the next three years. In addition to great job growth, pay rates for animal hospital managers are solid. Skilled professionals who may be new to the animal world can start at $22 an hour, on average. The more experience and education you have the higher your pay rate can go. Some practice managers have made six figures, depending on the location and size of the hospital.
If you are considering a career as a veterinary practice manager there are a few options for education and certification. Many veterinary nurses and receptionist have worked their way up the ranks to the position. While this is a great way to advance your career, adding continuing education classes around human resources, business development, and leadership will make you a better candidate and manager in general. Another educational option for practice manager job candidates is to earn a bachelor or post graduate degree. Choosing a degree in business or communications can give you the skills to excel and find jobs as an animal hospital manager. Once you have found a job as a practice manager you can even earn a certificate in practice management. This certificate will allow you to join professional organisations connecting you to a network of supportive friends.
Typical Responsibilities and Required Skills for a Veterinary Practice Manager
One of the biggest advantages to getting an animal hospital office manager job is the diversity of your work load. Your responsibilities will range from human resources, business development, accounting, inventory control, and regulation and compliance implementation. Many of these tasks are necessary to keep licences up to date and to keep the hospital functioning. There are a number of other skills are necessary to grow the business and maintain a functioning staff.
Typical Responsibilities for Office Manager of Veterinary Hospitals
- Employee management and education
- Inventory control
- Conflict resolution
- Accounting, day-to-day tracking, deposits, and reports
- Billing and account collections
- Negotiate with vendors
- Creation of hospital documentation
As a practice manager your responsibilities will vary day-to-day. The diversity of work makes getting a job as an office manager great for people who enjoy variety in their work. The other advantage of being exposed to so many skills, is that you have will opportunity to continue to grow and make yourself a great candidate when it comes time to find a job.
If you are looking for a rewarding career that offers variety, opportunity for growth, and involves adorable animals then a job as a practice manager may be perfect for you. Thanks to a great growth and pay it makes sense to start transitioning into a new career now. Take some time and explore the jobs available for office managers within our site.
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