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Compassion-First Pet Hospitals is seeking a Chief Medical Officer.

The Compassion-First family of hospitals (https://compassionfirstpets.com/locations) is comprised of a mix of specialty, emergency, and general practice hospitals located throughout the United States. We are looking for a board-certified specialist to join our team as Chief Medical Officer.
Founded in September 2014 by John Payne, Compassion-First Pet Hospitals is revolutionizing how veterinary practices connect with one another. We are driven by a mission to provide the very best medicine and services to pets and their owners while empowering individual growth and advancement within our family of employees. Compassion-First hospitals retain their unique identities and autonomies regarding medical decisions, while benefiting from the opportunity to share knowledge and maximize their resources as part of a dynamic network.As CMO and a member of the executive team, you will help develop and execute the overall strategic direction of the company. You will be responsible for driving collaboration among our hospitals and specialties. This role will play a key role in developing clinical and business plans for implementing new advancements in veterinary medicine  with key clinical solutions. The CMO will oversee the Medical Directors and evaluate their performance  and is expected to model and provide leadership for delivery of excellent client service and patient experience.The ideal candidate will be board-certified with a minimum of five years of clinical and management experience.  An MPH or MBA would be advantageous but is not required.  If you are interested in being considered please send your CV to Patrick O’Keefe, Veterinary Recruiter at Patrick.OKeefe@compassionfirstpets.com

Client Experience Manager, AESC in Parker, CO

July 30, 2019

Our clients are our #1 focus. Are you driven to create the best personalized and rewarding client experience? Are you a cheerleader for the customer and stop at nothing to ensure their experience is memorable? If you answered YES, we want to talk to you.
Our Client Experience Manager will select, train, and develop a world class team of client service representatives dedicated to creating the best experience for our clients and their pets at Animal Emergency and Specialty Center in Parker, CO.

Essential Job Functions:
• Determine what’s needed to achieve exceptional client experience
• Provide positive culture, leadership, motivation, accountability, and development to all staff interacting with clients
• Collaborate on new ideas and initiatives that drive our client experience goals
• Supervise day to day work by delegating authority, assigning, scheduling, and prioritizing activities and monitoring operating standards

Qualifications:
• Associates degree or higher education in Hospitality or Communication preferred
• 5 years of experience in client experience field, preferably in hospitality industry
• Managerial experience with demonstrated effective interpersonal skills
• Detail oriented and organized
• Basic computer skills required

Animal Emergency and Specialty Center is a member of the Compassion-First Pet Hospitals network, a family of specialty and referral hospitals across the country committed to its core values of collaboration, integrity, and empowerment.
We offer the full menu of benefits and competitive compensation you would expect from an opportunity as unique as this. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and maintain a Drug Free Workplace. Selected individual will need to complete background and substance abuse testing.

Please Send CV/Cover to jana.davidson@compassionfirstpets.com

CMMS and Office Administrator

August 1, 2019

Compassion-First Pet Hospitals is searching for a new team member to join our facilities team!

In this role, you will be involved in facility operations for all our CFPH network locations within the US locations. Roles/Skills needed will include, but may not be limited to the following:

CMMS Administrator – manage CMMS data for CFPH network of hospitals which will include:

  • New Site Implementations – organize new site build activities, working with hospital staff and CMMS applications specialists setting up floorplans, fixed assets and user IDs.
  • Documentation – distribution of performance reports, warranty and service contracts.
  • Asset Management – ensuring equipment assets are updated and documented appropriately. Participate in asset collection gathering and valuations. This requires on-site visits and ability to work in hectic situations.
  • Training – provide CMMS user training for the CFPH facility management community. This includes writing and distributing training materials.

Service Contract Administration – manage service contract database for the CFPH network:

  • Contracts – review and understand basic contract terms
  • New Vendors – obtain W9 and COI when necessary which involves communication with vendors, Finance and Accounts Payable to expedite vendor setup.
  • Contract Life Cycle – handle new contracts, renewals and terminations including termination letters. Ensure contract information is properly distributed.

Transportation – manage CFPH vehicle database:

  • Vehicles – update corporate vehicle information for network which includes registrations and inspection notifications.
  • EZ-Pass – ordering, retiring and distributing EZ-Pass transponders and maintain EZ-Pass data.
  • Insurance – work with corporate insurance administrator to ensure all vehicles are covered and documentation is up to date and distributed.

Safety & Compliance – participate in corporate safety and compliance programs:

  • Health & Safety – work with H&S to support programs as related to equipment safety.
  • Compliance – participate in setting up compliance programs for medical and infrastructure equipment.

Required Skills:

  • Proficient in MS suite with emphasis on Word, Excel and Outlook.
  • Electronic file management
  • Able to communicate succinctly both written and verbally.
  • Organize travel arrangements and preparations for site visits.

Preferred Additional Requirements:

  • Knowledge of and ability to identify basic types of medical equipment.
  • Basic understanding clinical terms and procedures.
  • Knowledge of safety and compliance measures as it pertains to medical procedures, medical and hazardous waste and equipment operation.
  • Must be able to travel. Travel could be frequent and extensive.
  • Must have valid and clean driving record
  • Must pass background and drug screening process

This is a full-time position with a required work location of Tinton Falls, NJ.

Compassion-First Pet Hospitals offers a diverse benefit package to all of it’s full-time employees including: Medical, Dental and Vision, Disability and Life, 401k Plan with match, Paid time off and sick leave.

If this looks like a great opportunity for you, we would love to hear from you!

Please send resume and cover letter to our recruiter: Jana Davidson jana.davidson@compassionfirstpets.com

Veterinary Referral Relationship Manager, Fairfield, NJ

July 4, 2019

Are you passionate about high-quality animal health care? Are you driven to achieve strong sales results? If so, consider filling Animal Emergency and Referral Associates’ (AERA) unique role as a Referral Relationship Manager. In this full-time role, experienced veterinary sales professionals engage the veterinary community with how AERA can enhance and advance the excellent care and quality service they are already providing to their clients and pet patients.

Essential Job Functions:
• Create opportunities for specialty services offered by AERA
• Meet with key personnel at veterinary practices to understand their service needs
• Service existing veterinary practices on a rotating basis
• Create and cultivate relationships with targeted hospitals
• Enhance veterinary community relationships by organizing veterinary education events
• Develop and execute a territory business plan
• Deliver strong results in key sales metrics and goals
• Analyze revenue reports
• Ability to travel daily to various sites within a territory, expenses reimbursed.

Qualifications:
• Associates degree or higher in Animal Science, Medical Technical Specialty or Communications
• 3-5 years of sales experience preferably in animal health or medical device desired
• Proficiency in veterinary medical terminology and procedures
• Proven track record of strong sales performance
• Highly customer oriented and flexible
• Strong written and verbal communication

Animal Emergency and Referral Associates is a member of the Compassion-First Pet Hospitals network, a family of specialty and referral hospitals across the country committed to its core values of collaboration, integrity, and empowerment.
We offer the full menu of benefits and competitive compensation you would expect from an opportunity as unique as this. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and maintain a Drug-Free Workplace. Selected individual will need to complete background and substance abuse testing.

Please send cover/resume to val.washington@compassionfirstpets.com

Veterinary Referral Relationship Manager, Hillsborough

June 4, 2019

Are you passionate about high quality animal health care? Are you driven to achieve strong sales results? Are you driven to create the best personalized and rewarding client experience?

If so, we want to talk to you about the unique role as a Referral Relationship Manager. In this full-time role, experienced veterinary sales professionals engage the veterinary community with how Red Bank Veterinary Hospital Hillsborough can enhance and advance the excellent care and quality service they are already providing to their clients and pet patients.

Essential Job Functions:
• Create opportunities for specialty services offered by RBVH in our hospital in Hillsborough, NJ
• Meet with key personnel at veterinary practices to understand their service needs
• Service existing veterinary practices on a rotating basis
• Enhance veterinary community relationships by organizing veterinary education events
• Develop and execute a territory business plan
• Deliver strong results in key sales metrics and goals
• Determine what’s needed to achieve exceptional client experience
• Collaborate on new ideas and initiatives that drive our client experience goals
• Ability to travel daily to various sites within territory, expenses reimbursed.
Qualifications:
• Associates degree or higher in Animal Science, Medical Technical Specialty or Communications
• 3-5 years sales experience preferably in animal health or medical device desired
• Proficiency in veterinary medical terminology and procedures
• Proven track record of strong sales performance
• Highly customer oriented and flexible
• Strong written and verbal communication

Red Bank Veterinary Hospital Hillsborough is a member of the Compassion-First Pet Hospitals network, a family of specialty and referral hospitals across the country committed to its core values of collaboration, integrity, and empowerment.
We offer the full menu of benefits and competitive compensation you would expect from an opportunity as unique as this. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and maintain a Drug Free Workplace. Selected individual will need to complete background and substance abuse testing.

Please send resumes to val.washington@compassionfirstpets.com

Veterinary Health & Safety Supervisor, Tinton Falls, NJ

June 4, 2019

Are you a veterinary technician who believes the safety and health of veterinary workers is vital?

Compassion-First Pet Hospitals is looking for a passionate and motivated Veterinary Safety & Health Manager to join our Safety & Health team to ensure our company’s positive safety culture.

We are looking for a strong communicator who can implement safety systems across the entire network to promote workplace safety policy and procedures. You will use your current skills to develop and deliver training programs as well as perform auditing, mentoring, and influencing all levels of the business that encompasses all our hospital locations.

Compassion-First Pet Hospitals is a family of hybrid, emergency and specialty care veterinary hospitals across the United States working in partnership to advance medicine, empower growth, and provide the very best diagnostics and treatments available today for pets and their families. Our family of growing hospitals is located across 11 states including: Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas and Virginia.

Requirements:

Veterinary Technician with 3 years experience and knowledge in veterinary medicine specialty & referral.

Assigned office location is Tinton Falls, NJ

Responsibilities will include (but not limited to):

  • Knowledge and experience in clinical & operational procedures in the specialty and referral veterinary hospital*
  • Minimum of 2 years of experience with safety protocols (former supervisory experience a plus)*
  • An enthusiastic and determined “can-do” attitude
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with strong self-leadership and motivation to set priorities
  • Effective time management skills
  • Provide current, accurate, and timely safety and health guidance to management consistent with Federal and State regulations, OSHA regulations, NRC, NIOSH, ANZI, and USP.
  • Perform workplace assessments and job hazard analyses
  • Develop and implement effective strategies to ensure ongoing compliance
  • Analyze performance to identify and monitor accident trends, especially targeting high-risk/high-cost areas and recommend appropriate risk management strategies
  • Deliver specific safety and health-related training programs
  • Create reports and training deliverables with strong MS Office skills
  • Effectively communicate with all levels of management and employees within the business
  • Ability to think creatively to achieve outcomes
  • Promote and implement a positive safety culture

* Salary commensurate with experience (supervisory and/or clinical) and full benefit package – medical, dental and vision insurance; disability and life insurance; supplemental policies; 401k plan with company match.

Please send cover letter and resume/cv to mailto:jana.davidson@compassionfirstpets.com

Veterinary Technicians - Multiple Locations

GENERAL PURPOSE:

Responsible for performing advanced medical, diagnostic, and laboratory procedures under the direction of a licensed veterinarian.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

  • Manage and provide for the patient’s needs.
  • Triage patients and determine if patient is stable or critical.
  • Perform physical assessments and record observations legibly in files.
  • Assist veterinarian in all aspects during surgical procedures; pre-medication, set up, induction, preparation, maintenance of general anesthesia, surgical monitoring, surgical assisting, recovery, writing post op orders and pain management protocols.
  • Perform blood collection via all routes and ability to know best collection method based on individual patient needs or specific test requirements.
  • Preparation of fluid therapy- infusion pump/syringe pump set up, appropriate IVF set up, fluid types and rates for administration, CRI calculations and monitoring.
  • Assist with dosage calculations and dispensing of medication including controlled substances as well as advanced emergency drug calculations, dosing and administering route protocols and common contraindications.
  • Monitor daily activities of in-hospital patients both stable or who require advanced monitoring.
  • Communicate with doctors, technicians, office staff and clients regarding status of patients.
  • Prepare patients for discharge to owners including client education about home care and medication to be given.
  • Follow established hospital policies and procedures when handling client concerns and complaints.
  • Document legibly and keep accurate medical records in accordance to hospital policy.
  • Clear understanding and enforcement of OSHA regulations and hospital safety standards.
  • Performs other job duties as assigned.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Levels of veterinary certification required by state of employment (Some states do not require).
  • High School diploma or equivalent. Graduate from an AVMA accredited Animal Science program with an AS or BS preferred, but not mandatory.
  • Knowledge of advanced fluid therapy, anesthetic monitoring, advanced CPR and all aspects of laboratory and radiology preferred.
  • Knowledge of advanced pharmacology and medical terminology as well as knowledge of surgical procedures and disease process.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Strong work ethic and a positive attitude.
  • Must be flexible and able to adapt to new situations.
  • Ability to act as a team player.

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk, talk, see, hear, use hands and fingers to handle or feel, reach with hands and arms, stoop, kneel, crouch and crawl.

The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds and will occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.

Contact:

If interested send resume to jana.davidson@compassionfirstpets.com. Please specify location(s) that you are interested.