Veterinary Receptionist Jobs in Pennsylvania

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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Philadelphia, PA
Lancaster at Glenn compensation: contigent on resume and interview employment type: full-time QR Code Link to This Post FT receptionist needed for well established veterinary hospital. Competitive...
1 day ago
Vetcor - Levittown, PA
Pets Best Friend Veterinary Hospital is looking for a veterinary receptionist to join our team. We are a high quality, multi-doctor, full-service hospital. This is a part-time position with a...
10 hours ago
Patton Veterinary Hospital - Red Lion, PA
Full-time/Part-time veterinary receptionist needed for fast paced multi-doctor veterinary hospital. Our goal is to work with our clients and the community to inform, educate, and to provide the...
6 days ago Patton Veterinary Hospital
Friends Animal Hospital - Reading, PA
Untitled VETERINARY RECEPTIONIST/ ASSISTANT Requires excellent communication skills and a multitude of duties incl. answering phones, invoicing clients, assisting with patient care, basic lab work...
6 days ago
PeopleShare Inc - Red Lion, PA
PeopleShare is hiring a Veterinary Receptionist for a veterinarian in Red Lion/Dallastown Area! Please apply online or contact us directly at ...! Schedule: Hours Vary Pay Rate: $10.00/hour Temp...
9 days ago
Harrisburg, PA
compensation: Dependent on experience employment type: full-time QR Code Link to This Post Our 24 hour Animal Emergency Hospital has recently expanded and we are currently hiring both Full and...
11 days ago
West Chester, PA
compensation: To be discussed during interview. employment type: part-time QR Code Link to This Post We are looking for a part-time employee for a small but busy veterinary practice in West...
20 days ago
Philadelphia, PA
920 south street compensation: $16.00 to $18.00 per hour plus benefits based upon experience employment type: full-time QR Code Link to This Post We have an opening for a Veterinary Customer...
26 days ago

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