What are the top 3 traits or skills every veterinary receptionist must have to excel?Can you suggest any tips or insights to develop your veterinary receptionist expertise?
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Are veterinary receptionists required to sweep/vacuum and scrub floors?
I'm coming from a corporate environment and am trying to get a foot intoa veterinary receptionist/assistant position. Can anyone advise me as to the correct attire to wear for an upcoming interview in this position? Do I still stick to a business suit or would black pants, nice top and shoes be acceptable -I am a female. Thanks!
Hello,I am very interested in applying for a receptionist position at a veterinary clinic. I have previous receptionist experience, but not in the veterinary field.Elsewhere I read on this board that taking receptionist courses through VSPN & VETMED are highly suggested. Looking at these websites it seems that even to join that one must already be employed at a veterinary office.Is there any way to begin taking classes prior to applying for employment? Please advise.Thank you.
I first started working at a kennel, learned about dogs, grooming, actually got a job as a groomer in a vet clinic. I would sometimes replace the receptionist when she went for lunch and some time later they offered me a position.I think you need some animal background, because there is alot to learn, about vaccines, surgery protocols, bloodwork, xrays etc...But the most important I find in you must be a people person first and foremost.
well im looking for a pharmacy technician job but i have very little experience.i Know the basics. but the whole point is that even though u may not have much experiance you should try to apply and maybe if they really like you they will train you.
Hi!Can anyone advise me what the salary for a just beginning vet receptionist runs (no experience - will be in training). Also what is the average salary that one can expect to make in this career!Thanks so much!
Help! I need to write a resume and need to come up with an objective. I'm sure many of you are better writers than myself, so does anyone have an idea of what to write?
It's for school.
i would like take up veterinary receptionist school can you tell me where i go get some training please help me thank
I would like to take this course at tafe but need to get a job in this area first any ideas of people who take on students
I start vet tech school in about a month, and will be a fully certified vet tech by the end of the year. I m currently in the finance industry which is not doing very well right now. I m looking for a receptionist job, or a job at a vet that is willing to train, it will be full time job, school is online/weekend.I have been in the customer service industry for 6 years. I have phone, computer, data entry, collection, verification, and office experience. Im looking for a company that will realize...
What do you enjoy most about being a veterinary receptionist? What do you dislike the most? Is it challenging? Are there many opportunities to learn and advance?What keeps you at your job?
I have an interview for a job that I think I will be great at. The position is veterinary receptionist; I have experience working for a pet kennel and the experience working in administration. I just completed vocational school in the trade of office admin. What question can I expect in the interview and what are they looking for in a vet receptionist?
I am a 21 year old woman with a high school diploma and a college diploma in Preparatory Health Science, however, I don't have any experience in the veterinary field. I have lots of customer service experience as I have been working numerous serving jobs for the past 6 years so I am very personable and great at multi-tasking. I have recently moved to a new city and there is a vet receptionist job available in my area that I am very interested in. Any help at catering my resume to the job as well...
Do some companies pay a lot more for this position than others? What does a top earner make in this field?What skills should you learn to increase your salary?
Are jobs in this industry on the rise? Are there any sub-sectors that are growing?Where are the jobs? Which places have the most veterinary receptionist opportunities?
What is the best training for becoming a veterinary receptionist? What types of ongoing training or certifications are necessary to be an effective veterinary receptionist?What do non-traditional career paths look like?
I'm trying to make a job description for this position, any suggestions?
Do you have any tips to help prepare for an upcoming veterinary receptionist interview?Are there common interview questions that come up again and again?