Noah's Ark Veterinary & Boarding Resort - Looking to Hire a CCRP to be Director of Rehabilitation

November 5, 2018 4:24:30 PM EST

"Are you a certified canine rehabilitation practitioner in the veterinary field and looking to advance your career? Noah’s Ark Veterinary & Boarding Resort is a progressive, full-spectrum practice nestled between Baltimore and Annapolis that is seeking an experienced CCRP to run our rehabilitation department.

We are home to one of the most innovative therapeutic class IV cold laser systems available worldwide and are able to work with a number of conditions including orthopedic issues, non-healing wounds, aural hematomas, atopic dermatitis, lick granulomas ("hot spots"), chronic otitis, rhinitis, gingivitis, cystitis, and more. We also offer hydrotherapy through the utilization of an underwater treadmill; this form of therapy is highly recommended by veterinarians for a wide range of orthopedic concerns, as well as a great source of exercise for physical conditioning and weight loss. Other modalities potentially implemented include therapeutic ultrasound, electrical stimulation (both Neuromuscular Electric Stimulation and Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation), as well as land exercise regimens which utilize physical therapy equipment.

 We welcome your knowledge and experience, and, in turn, will provide an environment that is rewarding, interesting, and enjoyable. We look forward to hearing from you.

Requirements and Responsibilities:

1+ year of experience in the veterinary field
Must be a licensed C.C.R.P.
Knowledge of the basic rules and regulations governing visitors and patient treatment
Knowledge of standard procedures, veterinary records and veterinary terminology
Must be friendly, professional, and reliable
Must possess solid written and verbal communication skills
Must be able to work cooperatively as a team and maintain our positive environment
Amenable to a flexible work schedule; able to work Saturdays
Skill regarding record-keeping duties and clerical duties related to patient care and treatment
Skill assisting with physical examinations, immunizations, euthanasia, and client education
Must possess a working knowledge of pharmaceutical drugs, common diseases; their symptoms, means of transmission, treatment and prevention, and other basic preventative healthcare recommendations
Prior experience assisting in orthopedic surgeries is a plus

Desirable Technical Skills (will train in some areas):

Hydrotherapy through the use of an underwater treadmill, cold laser therapy, therapeutic ultrasound, electrical stimulation (TENS/NMES), manual physical therapy...

Compensation:

highly competitive rate dependent upon experience, skill set and credentials
paid time off
quarterly bonuses
company retirement contribution eligibility
life insurance, AD&D, and long-term disability
employee paid health/dental/vision insurance
continuing education
excellent pet discounts"

Posted in CCRP By

Shawn Clukey