Veterinary Receptionist Jobs in New Jersey

Perform administrative duties. Veterinary receptionists are responsible for communicating with clients to schedule/confirm appointments for their pets, answering phones, and arranging payment plans. They frequently have a basic understanding of the types of care different animals receive and what steps pet owners need to take before certain procedures. They also need to be proficient in organizing, filing, and completing paperwork in a timely manner.

In some practices, veterinary receptionists may weigh animals when checking them in, or might be asked to retrieve and lead an animal to or from rooms. Therefore, they should be comfortable interacting with a range of animal species and temperaments.

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Metrovet Center - Jersey City, NJ
Veterinary Receptionist Company: Metrovet Center Country: United States Industry: Other / Not Classified State: New Jersey Occupation: Administrative / Clerical / Support City: Jersey City Job...
6 days ago
Bergen County Veterinary Center - Waldwick, NJ
High volume practice seeking experienced and qualified veterinary receptionist. MUST HAVE a minimum of 1 year experience working in a veterinary practice, familiar with veterinary software,...
13 days ago Bergen County Veterinary Center
Fair Lawn, NJ
compensation: based on experience employment type: part-time QR Code Link to This Post Job opening for a PART TIME receptionist position at Valley Brook Veterinary Hospital. We are looking for...
14 days ago
Brielle, NJ
compensation: $10.00 per hour employment type: part-time QR Code Link to This Post Hello! We are looking for a receptionist at our busy pet grooming salon on Wednesdays and Thursdays. The hours...
14 days ago
Sicklerville, NJ
sicklerville road at chews landing road compensation: hourly commensurate with experience employment type: employee's choice QR Code Link to This Post Veterinary Receptionist / CSR wanted: Do you...
26 days ago
Flanders, NJ
compensation: Negotiable employment type: part-time QR Code Link to This Post Join our team. We are a small fast paced three doctor practice looking for a Part Time receptionist (With the...
26 days ago
Tri-County Veterinary Hospital - Pilesgrove, NJ
Small yet progressive, fast-paced small animal practice in Southern New Jersey. Searching for energetic and enthusiastic veterinary technicians and/or receptionists.Experience/education...
28 days ago
Cedar Grove Animal Hospital - Cedar Grove, NJ
Veterinary Receptionist Company: Cedar Grove Animal Hospital Country: United States Industry: Other / Not Classified State: New Jersey Occupation: Administrative / Clerical / Support City: Cedar...
29 days ago

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