Employment Opportunities

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The doctors and staff here at Prescott Animal Hospital take pride in offering the highest quality services possible in veterinary medicine. Our experienced, dedicated staff goes the extra mile to provide exceptional care to our clients and patients.

We are one of a very small percentage (less than 15%) of small animal veterinary hospitals in North America that have obtained the accreditation from The American Animal Hospital Association.

We are a full service facility, equipped and staffed to manage cases ranging from routine wellness exams to complex surgical cases, from working with pocket pets to companion animals and exotic pets.

We value our clients as friend and our patients as family members. As a member of the Prescott Animal Hospital team, you are committed to providing our clients and patients with the confidence that their pet is in the very best hands.


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If you are interested in a position, please fill out the application and bring it into our office with a cover letter and your resume.

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Client Service Representative


The CSR is the first contact when calling or visiting our practice and, and such, must represent the professional image of the practice to callers and visitors. We are looking for someone with a warm, welcoming smile and friendly attitude to join our CSR team.

Some of the many job duties include:

  • Client and patient check in/out
  • Collect and process payment transactions
  • Answering the phones and following through with client requests
  • Scheduling appointments
  • Manage email communication and online appointment requests
  • High degree of professionalism in all interaction



Certified Veterinary Technician / Veterinary Assistant*

*C.V.T. preferred, but not required. Certified veterinary technicians (C.V.T.) have achieved completion of a two-year certification in veterinary technology from an accredited school.


The veterinary technician/veterinary assistant is the veterinarian’s primary medical support. They assist the doctor throughout the examination, diagnosis and treatment phases; more advanced technicians also assist with dental and surgical cases. They have a very significant role in communicating with and educating clients about the importance of veterinary care.

Some of the many job duties include:

  • Accurate medical record entries
  • Client communication regarding recommended services
  • Hospitalized patient care
  • Anesthesia monitoring and surgical/dental assisting
  • Prepares laboratory samples and submits for testing
  • Pharmacology; application and client education
  • Maintains hospital cleanliness
  • Patient restraint
  • High degree of professionalism in all interaction