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Board Certified Small Animal Surgeon

Mobile Veterinary Specialist is the leading provider of mobile surgical services in the greater Austin area. MVS™ is a team of board-certified veterinary surgeons that have been providing care ​in the comfort and convenience of general practice veterinary facilities since 2012. Our services play an invaluable role in strengthening the relationships between our referring veterinarians and their patients. We enjoy the support of our local veterinarians through our wide range of surgical solutions:

  • Orthopedic Surgeries
  • Soft Tissue Surgeries
  • Oncologic Surgeries

(*For a more complete listing, visit our services page at mvsaustin.com/services or tploaustin.com/)

As the third surgeon with MVS, you will perform mobile surgical procedures in the comfort of primary care facilities. Our surgeons use a collaborative approach to patient care, referring veterinarians, and pet owners alike. While our clients are the general practitioners, we continue to play an integral role with the pet owners by providing attentive and personal communication. MVS™ offers an excellent compensation and benefits package, including:

  • No nights, weekends, or on-call
  • Health Insurance
  • Generous Compensation + Revenue Sharing
  • Paid time off
  • Relocation package
  • And more

In addition to our dynamic practice opportunity, Austin, TX is rated as the “#1 Best Place to Live” for the third year in a row, according to US World News based on affordability, job market, and quality of life. It’s an excellent area to live, enjoy an abundance of outdoor activities, as well as have a lucrative opportunity to work in a growing privately-owned specialty surgery practice.

Ready to learn more? Please complete the application below to learn more and schedule an interview. We look forward to speaking with you!

Veterinary Practice Manager

Mobile Veterinary Specialist is the leading provider of mobile surgical services in the greater Austin area. MVS™ is a team of board-certified veterinary surgeons that have been providing care ​in the comfort and convenience of general practice veterinary facilities since 2012. Our services play an invaluable role in strengthening the relationships between our referring veterinarians and their patients. We enjoy the support of our local veterinarians through our wide range of surgical solutions:

 

  • Orthopedic Surgeries
  • Soft Tissue Surgeries
  • Oncologic Surgeries

 

(*For a more complete listing, visit our services page at mvsaustin.com/services)

 

As the practice manager with MVS, you will be responsible for the following:

 

  • Maintain State Licensure for all Licensed Staff 
  • Maintain DEA Licensure
  • Maintains CE for all Doctors and Licensed Technicians
  • Manages New Client Outreach and Onboarding 
  • Processes Payroll
  • Manages Accounts Receivable
  • Addresses Client Issues and Accounting Related Problems  
  • Manages Distributor and Referral Veterinarian Relations
  • Manages Technical Staff, Phones, Emails, and Surgical Scheduling 
  • Manages Hospital Inventory
  • Lead Weekly/Biweekly Team Meetings
  • Develop Systematic Processes to Become More Efficient in Day to Day Operations
  • Managing Controlled Substance Reporting 
  • Managing OSHA Compliance
  • Managing QSEHRA Administration and HR processes 

 

While our clients are the general practitioners, we continue to play an integral role with the pet owners by providing attentive and personal communication. MVS™ offers an excellent compensation and benefits package, including:

 

  • No nights, weekends, or on-call
  • Qualified Small Employer Health Reimbursement Arrangement 
  • Generous Compensation Commensurate with Experience 
  • Paid time off

 

In addition to our dynamic practice opportunity, Austin, TX is rated as the “#1 Best Place to Live” for the third year in a row, according to US World News based on affordability, job market, and quality of life. It’s an excellent area to live, enjoy an abundance of outdoor activities, as well as have a lucrative opportunity to work in a growing privately-owned specialty surgery practice.

 

Ready to learn more? Please complete the application below to learn more and schedule an interview. We look forward to speaking with you!

Veterinary Technician/Assistant Part-Time

Veterinary Technician/Assistant Part-Time 

At Mobile Veterinary Specialist in Austin, TX, we strive to provide our patients and clients with the highest quality and most compassionate care available. We are the leading provider of mobile surgical services in the greater Austin area. MVS is a team of board-certified veterinary surgeons providing care in the comfort and convenience of general practice veterinary facilities. Our goal is to provide the highest quality minimally invasive surgical care affordably and efficiently.

We are expanding our team and looking to add a part-time Veterinary Technician to our staff (1-2 days per week) from 8 am to 5 pm. On busy days with emergencies, it is not unusual to arrive back at the office after 5 pm.

This job description serves to list expectations and duties for our Veterinary surgical technician and Assistant position. It is broken into technical and clerical sections. While we have attempted to make it as comprehensive as possible, due to the dynamic nature of our service and the position, you may be asked to perform additional duties that would fall within the guidelines of a typical veterinary technician or office person.

Technical Duties:

  • Arrive on time and be prepared for the day ahead.
  • Have a plan for unloading at each clinic.
  • Load proper equipment into a vehicle for the day’s procedures.
  • Keep informed of traffic situations that may impact travel.
  • You may be asked to drive periodically.
  • Courteously greet staff at each clinic and maintain good relations.
  • Obtain patient and client information necessary for the procedure and enter pertinent information into record keeping software upon arrival.
  • Assist in completing physical exam of surgical and/or consult patients, ensuring patient bloodwork is recent.
  • Set up OR with proper equipment.
  • Ensure the safety of the patient during sedation, induction, and preparation.
  • Assist Dr. as required during the procedure – anticipate the need to be scrubbed in.
  • If you are not scrubbed in, prepare for intraoperative tasks (lavage ready, necessary equipment is opened or accessible, etc.) and post-operative supplies (bandage materials, radiology ready, etc.)
  • Begin initial steps to prepare discharge summary, aftercare instructions, and invoice.
  • Be aware of patient values on available monitoring equipment during the procedure. Report any abnormal values to Dr.
  • Begin breakdown and clean up as soon as directed.
  • Have instruments cleaned, packed and near ready for sterilization cycle after each procedure.
  • Be packed and loaded by the time radiographs and bandage are completed, and Dr. has clarified medications and instructions for a patient with host doctor.
  • Ensure the areas of the hospital we have utilized are cleaned (no blood or hair on the floor, sharps, and syringes appropriately disposed of, instrument stands replaced to usual location, etc.).
  • Finalize cleaning of equipment, wrap packs, and set sterilization equipment so that packs and instruments are ready for the next procedure day.
  • Keep workspace (equipment room) clean
  • Refill equipment used (plates, suture, etc.).

Clerical Duties:

  • MVS will begin keeping client/patient records. Technical staff will be responsible for entering names, addresses, email addresses, two phone numbers, and additional contact information as well as the patient name, DOB, breed, weight, and other pertinent information into record keeping software.
  • Follow up with pet owners after the procedure (2-3 days post-op) and log the call. These brief calls can be made between appointments.
  • Enter and deliver invoices via email.
  • Keep track of supplies and instruments that need to be reordered or replaced.
  • Verify appointments for the following day in the afternoon. It is best to do this between 4 pm and 5 pm when possible to avoid long hold times when calling a clinic. Be sure to ask the clinic if they have confirmed with the owner if the appointment will still take place.
  • Keep track of questions or issues that our client clinics are experiencing. Let your manager know so that these may be addressed timely.
  • Take pictures! If you have an opportunity to snap a few pictures of clean surgical fields that do not identify the patient, please do so for use on social media.
  • Ensure that each clinic has magnets and business cards. Urge clinics to refer their clients to TPLOaustin.com.
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