JOB OPENING: VETERINARY EMERGENCY CLIENT COORDINATOR

Sep 02, 2022

Portland Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Care is seeking two Emergency Client Coordinators to join our client and patient-focused multidisciplinary emergency and specialty practice. This is a newly developed position. PVESC is one of the largest, privately owned 24/7 hospitals in the northeast and includes the specialties of surgery (5), internal medicine (4), critical care (2), oncology (2), ophthalmology, cardiology, dermatology, anesthesiology, neurology, radiology, and radioactive iodine therapy. PVESC has grown exponentially and has earned a reputation of integrity, collaboration, and excellence in veterinary health care delivery.

The Emergency Client Coordinator is a liaison position in our busy emergency department, helping the criticalists, emergency clinicians, technicians, client service representatives and clients in many integral ways, such as support with triage, handling the majority of client communication, and discharging patients. The perfect candidate will have great organization skills, love computers, and be able to communicate kindly, compassionately and effectively with clients, referring veterinary hospitals, and staff. Previous experience in a veterinary hospital is required, technician knowledge is preferred, and strong customer service skills are important. This position is perfect for the experienced veterinary technician or assistant who is considering a change of pace. Generous sign on bonus commensurate with experience.

PVESC is committed to valuing you by offering a generous salary and extensive benefits plan, helping you to financial security. You will build friendships as part of a compassionate and supportive team . PVESC also believes in community outreach. For example, we host events such as Pet Rock in the Park, an annual outdoor pet-friendly event in Portland featuring live bands, pet rescues and shelters, food trucks, pet vendors, animal demonstrations, amazing raffle prizes, and much more, all to raise money for cancer research in companion animals. We also host continuing education dinner events for veterinarians and veterinary staff from all over Maine, sharing valuable information and eating great food.

Portland, Maine has been voted one of the “Top Ten Places to Live” by TripAdvisor. You will have ample time off to enjoy the coastline, islands, mountains, a working waterfront, art, 5-star restaurants, microbreweries, wineries, concerts, opera, theatre, and professional sports teams. It is a fabulous place to enjoy a work-life balance and family life!

If you are interested in furthering your career in veterinary medicine, please email your resume and letter of interest to Kristine

Job Type: Full-time