Licensed Veterinarian Technician


Are you an LVT sick of working nights, weekends, and holidays? Do you sometimes forget what your family looks like after a long week of working late? If so, Keepers Animal Clinic in Rochester, WA wants to talk! We are a companion animal practice (with the occasional offbeat patient!) located in a rural community. However, we are equal distance to two larger communities, giving the option of lifestyle and residential choices and access to options for shopping, recreation, hobbies, and outdoor activities. Our clinic itself is still fairly new- we opened in November 2019- and we have new equipment and in house diagnostics. We emphasize a supportive family culture within our staff and love to support those seeking to further advance their careers!

Keepers is looking for a licensed veterinary technician who is looking to plunge into a leadership role. With all the advantages of an established practice and opportunities for personal and professional growth, this may be what you are looking for. We take work- life balance and personal well-being seriously. Our hours reflect our belief in the importance of self-care, and we offer awesome benefits to support a healthy and positive work environment. Send us your resume today to find out more about this opportunity & our benefits!


Benefits include a base salary plus bonus opportunity (INSERT SALARY RANGE HERE PER STATE LAW), signing/relocation/retention bonuses, medical benefits (including health, dental and vision), 401(k), employee assistance program (EAP), CE allowance, vacation, dues, liability coverage, and so much more. Our practice has a positive, wellbeing-focused culture that we’d love to tell you about. Get the conversation started by applying today!


  • High school diploma or equivalent.
  • Veterinary Technician Certification or License (CVT, RVT, LVT, or LVMT) preferred or pending certification within 3-6 months.
  • Ability to assist in animal restraint, lift up to 40 lbs., and work on your feet for the duration of your shift.
  • Team player, go-getter, willing to jump in when needed
  • Positive attitude and the desire to learn
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to multitask and work independently
  • Leadership responsibilities or management experience


  • Proficiency in phlebotomy, catheter placement, anesthesia monitoring, dental prophies
  • Perform quality full body and dental radiographs for subsequent evaluation by DVMs
  • Demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills with coworkers and clients
  • Obtain and record patient history and client communication in a professional, detailed manner
  • Provide surgical discharges and home care instructions to clients after patient procedures