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ER/ICU Vet Tech Supervisor

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  • Education: College (AS/BS/BA) and CVT required
  • Experience: 5 + years ER experience as CVT minimum; 3 + years supervisory experience as ER lead/head of department


Under the direction and supervision of the practice owners and ER/ICU doctors, the ER/ICU technician supervisor will support and bolster high-quality veterinary medicine and patient care—with the expertise and technical know-how to implement and maintain. The ER/ICU veterinary technician supervisor must be dedicated to creating a healthy work environment where all employees are supported, empowered, and provided opportunities for professional growth through fostering agency and team-oriented culture and community. They also apply their professional skills in anesthesia, emergency, laboratory testing, patient nursing, and client education. The ER/ICU veterinary technician supervisor has extensive experience with 5+ years of experience in the field, 3+ of those years as a supervisory role, and certification in the state of Colorado(or is willing to transfer their current license).

The technician should enjoy working with diverse people and animals and be friendly and flexible in the face of varying expectations from clients and co-workers. The technician must share a firm belief in the quality of care we provide and communicate this sense of assurance to clients. It is important to know and understand our services and recommendations and be able to clearly convey the value of the services to the clients. Excellent client communication skills and a commitment to outstanding client service are essential. Hours may vary and depend on the needs of the departments and hospital.

JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: This is a working supervisory position which is responsible for the leadership of the ER/ICU Technician and Assistant Staff. In addition to all ER/ICU Technician responsibilities, duties will include, but are not limited to the following.


  • Implementing department policies and procedures
  • Establishing technical protocols
  • Scheduling staff and conducting team meetings
  • Managing schedule changes and staffing emergencies
  • Enforcing charge captures
  • Accurately handling and recording controlled drugs
  • Record keeping
  • Equipment maintenance
  • Assisting in Inventory Management
  • Controlled drug documentation/Cubex 
  • Directing the organization of patient treatment areas
  • Selecting and hosting appropriate internal/external trainings for the teams 
  • Assisting in the interviewing and hiring of new surgery staff including technicians and technician assistants 
  • Participating in routine performance evaluations for all supervised staff members
  • Facilitating and maintaining appropriate workflow of the Surgical Department
  • Attending regular departmental and leadership meetings
  • Other duties as assigned by your supervisor


  • Commitment to doing the best job possible at all times and under all circumstances
  • Confidence in working independently and making appropriate, informed decisions
  • Prioritization of safety and care in the operation of all equipment and handling of all patients
  • Adaptability to new environments, situations, practices, and challenges
  • Excellent communication to clients, teammates, supervisors, subordinates, and any other hospital staff. 
  • Enthusiasm for knowledge, innovation, learning, and growth in all aspects on the job
  • Dedication to the EVS company values of gold standard medicine, respect, integrity, and a team oriented approach
  • Desire and ability to develop and lead a team of individuals


  • Matching 401(k)
  • Medical/Dental/Vision/Life Insurance
  • PTO 
  • Employee Pet Insurance
  • Employee assistance program
  • Tuition reimbursement

Scheduling: A regular, Full time employee of Evolution Veterinary Specialists, Inc, will be expected to work an average/minimum 36 hours/week. Hours typically vary and include holidays, weekends, swing shifts, overnights, and on-call as necessary to fill the needs of the hospital. A typical starting schedule (subject to change) would be 4 x 10 or 3 x 12 hour shifts weekly with at least 1 administrative shift per week. Schedules will be based on the needs of the Hospital and ER/ICU.

Employment Status: Full-Time

Supervisory Role: Yes