Lakewood Veterinary Center is an established and growing private practice located in East Dallas. As part of our dynamic growth, we have a RARE opening for an experienced, friendly Veterinary Receptionist to join our fun and dedicated team.
We are located in a brand-new, 4100 sq. foot, a state-of-the-art veterinary hospital in the popular Lower Greenville entertainment district.
We can offer you:
We mean it when we tell our clients that their pets are OUR family, and we’re dedicated to exceptional care, service, and education.
The successful candidate will:
This is a wonderful opportunity to grow your career with a dedicated team, to work with clients that love us and to make an impact in the lives of pets.To apply please send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
50 - 100
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