Welcome to the Career Board!

Here our graduates can find opportunities for employment. Requirements and benefits will vary based upon each individual employer's position listing. If you are interested in the positions below, please contact the employer directly. The TAMUK Veterinary Technology Program is not affiliated with any of the below employers and will not be able to answer questions regarding the positions.

If you are interested in the positions below, please contact the employer directly.  The TAMUK Veterinary Technology Program is not affiliated with any of the below employers and will not be able to answer questions regarding the positions.

If you are an employer and would like a position posted to our Career Board, please send position and contact information to vetnursing@tamuk.edu.

Licensed Veterinary Technician

Dominion Crossing Veterinary Hospital - San Antonio, TX

About the hospital:
Dominion Crossing Veterinary Hospital is a two DVM hospital located off I-10, only 5 minutes from San Antonio’s finest attractions including Hiking trails, Six Flags, The Rim and La Cantera. We provide services such as Surgery, Dentals, X-ray, diagnostics and routine wellness. We utilize specialist services in house for ultrasound, EKG’s, orthopedics and more. We are seeking a Credentialed Veterinary Technician to join our growing team and help ensure we are providing excellent patient care and customer service. When you join our organization as a Veterinary Technician, you gain access to a peer network of over 5000 individuals, CE allowance, and Learning & Development programs to help you meet your career goals.

Position Skills:

  • Professional client communication and education obtaining medical histories and symptoms
  • Laboratory procedures including but not limited to: hematology, cytology, urinalysis, microbiology, blood chemistry, and fecals.
  • Diagnostic imaging and implementing safety protocols of fellow staff members
  • Nursing skills including: restraining patients, administering medications PO/IV/SUBQ/IM, applying and maintaining bandages, proficient IV catheter placement and venipuncture, surgery prep, anesthesia monitoring
  • Proficient in dental prophylaxis & dental radiography.

Position Requirements:

  • Veterinary Technician Certification or Licensure (CVT, RVT, LVT, or LVMT) or the ability to transfer credentials from state to state.
  • Associates degree in Veterinary Technology

Ready to help us WAG?
We live out our WAG Values on a daily basis, but don’t just take our word for it. Check out the video below to hear directly from some of our teammates who Work Together, Amaze, and Grow on what our WAG Values mean to them.


Our team members enjoy an extensive, comprehensive benefits package. When you’re on our team, we’ve got you covered.

Pay range of $20.00 plus per hour based on experience.


  • Health Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Paid Time Off
  • Vision Insurance
  • Critical Illness Insurance
  • Mental Health Counseling
  • Hospital Indemnity Insurance
  • Life & Accident Insurance
  • Long & Short-term Disability Insurance
  • Teledoc- FREE doctor access 24/7


  • Caring for Elderly Family
  • Returning to Work After a Baby
  • Divorce
  • Moving to a New Community
  • Grieving for a Lost Loved One
  • Military Family Matters
  • Job Relocation
  • Buying or Selling a Home


  • Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account
  • Budgeting and Financial Guidance
  • Teammate Referral Program
  • Discounted Veterinary Care
  • Retirement Planning
  • Will and Testament Planning
  • Tax Issues
  • Identify Theft Recovery
  • Legal Counseling
  • Teammate Assistance Program

About Southern Veterinary Partners
SVP pursues partnerships with like-minded veterinarians to build this growing network of compassionate, service-oriented animal hospitals. We’re based in Birmingham, AL, but the heartbeat of our organization is in our 300+ local animal hospitals across the country.

Our team’s continuous dedication has rewarded us with remarkable growth, and Southern Veterinary Partners now employs more than 5,000 employees nationwide. The organization’s success has not gone unnoticed, landing us recognition among Inc. 5000’s List of "Fastest Growing Companies in America" (2018, 2019, 2020, and 2021), Birmingham Business Journal's "FastTrack 30" of the Fastest Growing Companies in Birmingham (2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2021), and Birmingham Business Journal’s “Best Places to Work” (2021).

You + SVP | Amazing Together
Let’s talk about your amazing future. Start the conversation with our teams today.

Contact: Elizabeth Gillbanks, Hospital Manager
Website: https://www.dominioncrossingvet.com/ 
Phone: 726-727-9433

Posted May 20, 2024

Postgraduate Veterinary Technician Internship

Fossil Rim Wildlife Center - Glen Rose, TX

Full-time internship (40+ hours per week)

Experience level: Veterinary Technician LVT, RVT, or CVT, with a minimum of 1 year working as a Vet Tech.


  • SPRING (January-May) deadline for applications is October 1st
  • SUMMER (May-August) deadline is March 1st
  • FALL (August/September-December) deadline is June 1st

This is an internship for postgraduate veterinary technicians already working as an LVT, CVT, or RVT with an interest in wildlife medicine. Minimum of 1 year experience in the field is required.

This internship will give you valuable experience in the field of wildlife/zoo medicine. The internship will provide extensive hands on experience working clinically with a variety of exotic and native species. Some of your training responsibilities will include, but are not limited to: field immobilizations, the daily upkeep and cleaning of the veterinary hospital, record keeping and filing, running fecal parasite checks, manual WBC counts and differentials, placing IV catheters and running IV fluids, blood collection using the vacutainer system, filling Rx’s, following DVM /Tech orders, intubation, anesthesia, neonatal care, and wrapping packs and sterilization. You will be working closely with staff and volunteers and must be able to lift up to and sometimes more than 50 lbs. You may also work in varying degrees of hot or cold weather. A valid driver's license is required.

A $300/month stipend (for expenses) and free on-site housing are provided. If required, transportation to and from training area will be provided.

Selected person must provide proof of a negative TB test conducted within 30 days of arrival at Fossil Rim and proof of rabies vaccination (or adequate protective titer) within the year prior to starting the internship at Fossil Rim. This is will be at your own expense.

Please note: If you are selected, a background check will be done prior to your arrival. Fossil Rim is a drug-free workplace and a drug screen will take place the week prior to your internship.

International students must have a J1 or B1 visa before arrival. Fossil Rim will not sponsor or assist with the visa process.

Please apply through our website. WE DO NOT accept applications via email. Click the “Apply for this Position” button, fill out the form, upload the required documents, and click the “Submit Application” button. The application requires a cover letter of interest detailing your background and career goals, a resume, and the names of three people (with their phone numbers and email) we can contact as professional references.

For more information and to apply, please visit https://fossilrim.org/career-internships/ and indicate in your cover letter the timeframe for which you are applying.

Contact: Allyssa Roberts, LVT
Contact Email: aroberts@fossilrim.org
Website: https://fossilrim.org/

Renewed May 20, 2024

Full Time and Part Time Veterinary Technician

Safety Call International - Remote Positions

Work From Home as a Veterinary Technician!

Job Description: Are you looking to gain experience in a new and exciting area of veterinary medicine? Then, SafetyCall International (SCI), the parent company of Pet Poison Helpline (PPH) may have just what you are looking for! Our veterinary team members, depending on their position, could be responsible for responding to incoming cases on Pet Poison Helpline, SafetyCall’s industry side, and our Veterinary Helpline via phone, email, and chat applications regarding potential toxic exposures, poisonings, and other adverse events from pet owners and veterinarians.

Schedule: We are looking to add full-time (40 hours/week) and part-time (varied hours) Veterinary Technicians to our remote team. Shift times and days vary depending on position applied to, and often include 2-3 full weekends per month, as well as some holidays.

Required Experience: Active CVT/LVT/RVT License and 1+years of work experience in a veterinary clinic/hospital OR a minimum of 5 years of work experience as a Non-Credentialed Veterinary Support Staff performing technician responsibilities in a fast-paced veterinary clinic/hospital.

Remote Agent Requirements: Candidates who work remotely must have or be willing to obtain and maintain at their expense certain IT requirements (details available on our website). Candidates must also have a designated home office area that meets certain requirements and cannot have any other responsibilities during their shift, including caring for dependents.

To learn more about the current open positions, job requirements, and schedules as well as to begin your application, please visit our website; https://safetycall.com/about/careers/ .

Renewed May 20, 2024

Veterinary Technician Preceptorship

Oregon Zoo - Portland, OR

The purpose of the veterinary technician student program is to provide a recent graduate (<1 year) or current student of an AVMA-accredited program with hands-on training as a veterinary technician in the field of zoological medicine.  A full-time, 40 hour, 12-week commitment will help to ensure that successful applicants can get the most benefit from this opportunity.

Goals for the veterinary technician student:

  • Assist veterinary staff in all aspects of technical duties including, but not limited to: laboratory specimen testing and handling, general hospital upkeep, surgical preparation, nursing care, anesthesia and monitoring, health records maintenance, observation and medical treatment of animals, and daily care of hospitalized and quarantined animals. Students will be under continuous supervision by the staff veterinarians and technicians while completing these duties. There will also be opportunities for the student to observe husbandry from veterinary staff and seasoned professional zoo keepers.
  • Complete a research project and present findings to interested zoo staff. The subject and presentation is dependent on the student’s interest and may pertain to current cases, larger medical management subjects, or other relevant topics

Application Requirements:

If you are interested in this opportunity, please email the following information/documents to recruitment@oregonmetro.gov

  • One-page letter of intent explaining your long-term career goals and interest in zoological medicine
  • Curriculum vitae or resume
  • Two letters of reference
  • Unofficial college academic transcript

Experience Offerings:

  • Spring
    • Application deadline: January 1
    • Experience runs March - May
  • Summer
    • Application deadline: March 1
    • Experience runs June - August
  • Fall
    • Application deadline: June 1
    • Experience runs September - November
  • Winter
    • Application deadline: September 1
    • Experience runs December - February

Contact: Lamarkus Gilliard, Internship Coordinator
Website: https://www.oregonzoo.org/
Email: Lamarkus.gilliard@oregonmetro.gov
Phone: 971-867-0226

Renewed May 20, 2024

Wildlife Rehabilitation Center Internship

North Carolina Zoo - Asheboro, NC

Summary: Wildlife rehabilitation is the care of sick, injured, or orphaned native wildlife for return back into the wild, in a condition that will optimize their chances of survival. The Valerie H. Schindler Wildlife Rehabilitation Center believes that compassion, civic responsibility & environmental stewardship are lessons best learned in the company of leaders who embody & practice these values. The center is a teaching facility, scientific in their approach, compassionate in their care, and is involved in rehabilitation, research & education.

Primary Role: Interns assist with the routine daily care of wildlife patients, as well as caring for the resident animal collection. Interns' duties include preparation of diets, cleaning cages, admitting patients, feeding animals, answering phones, and record keeping. Interns will also have the opportunity to assist with medical tasks, as ordered by Veterinary staff, such as administering treatments, helping with radiographs and assisting with surgeries. In addition, interns participate in special projects, tours, training, cage building/maintenance and animal rescues. The paid intern provides supervision and guidance to volunteers and unpaid interns and acts as liaison to the veterinary staff.

Requirements: Prospective interns must be in an undergraduate, associates program, or recently graduated (within one year) from a relevant field of study, be able to lift a minimum of 50 lbs., bend, stoop, stand for periods of at least 30 minute intervals, walk on variable substrate, work in all climatic conditions, be able to read & follow instructions, communicate clearly, perform simple calculations and have dependable transportation. Interns must be rabies vaccinated to care for adult self/feeding and education mammals. Unvaccinated interns may assist with the hand-rearing of orphaned mammals, care for birds and reptiles, and perform all other responsibilities. This position may not be suitable for individuals who are immune suppressed and/or pregnant. Persons who are hearing, sight, or speech impaired should bring this to the attention of the supervisor so reasonable accommodations can be made.

This internship is part of the International Wildlife Rehabilitation Councils’ Practicum Accreditation Program; interns will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the program. 

Applicants: Preference will be given to candidates pursuing a career in animal care (i.e. wildlife rehabilitation, pre-vet, veterinary technician, zoo and/or aquarium and animal science students, etc.). 

Availability and Application Deadlines

Summer Session 
(Mid May - Aug.) - March 5 deadline

Fall Session 
(Aug. - Mid Oct.) - June 5 deadline

Spring Session
(Mar. - Mid May) - January 5 deadline

Internships available:

10 Week Unpaid Internships:

  • This internship is a minimum of 10 weeks, 200 hours, 3 6-hour shifts per week, plus 2-hour trainings every Wednesday.
  • Must be available to work a set schedule alternating between opening and closing shifts, weekends including holidays.
  • Housing available for ~$300/month; must have own transportation.
  • Spring -3 positions available, Summer - 7 positions available, Fall - 3 positions available.

12 Week Unpaid Internships:

  • This internship is a minimum of 12 weeks, 360 hours, five 6-hour shifts per week plus 2-hour trainings every Wednesday.
  • Must be available to work a set schedule alternating between opening and closing shifts, weekends including holidays.
  • Housing is provided, no fee; must have own transportation.
  • Spring -1 position available, Summer - 1 position available, Fall - 1 position available. 

To Apply: Please mail an application to Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, North Carolina Zoo, 4401 Zoo Parkway, Asheboro, NC  27205 or email with questions.

Website: https://www.nczoo.org/wildlife/native-wildlife-rehabilitation
Internship Link: https://www.nczoo.org/interns
Email: nczoo.wildliferehab@nczoo.org
Phone: 336-879-7644

Renewed May 20, 2024

Veterinary Technician Internship (Post-graduate)

White Oak Conservation - Yulee, Florida

White Oak conserves and sustains some of the earth's rarest species through innovative training, research, education, breeding and field programs that contribute to the survival of wildlife in nature. White Oak Conservation is a progressive private AZA certified facility with approximately 500 individual animals representing 30 unique and imperiled exotic species. The conservation programs span 700 acres along the St. Mary's River in northeast Florida, surrounded by 17,000 acres of mixed forest and wetlands that make up the beautiful White Oak Conservation property.

The Veterinary Technician Internship provides a continuing education opportunity for certified veterinary technicians intending to work in the zoo and wildlife field. The internship will provide extensive hands-on experience working clinically with a wide variety of exotic species, alongside highly respected veterinary staff. The internship program is designed to provide the technical skills and knowledge for participants to qualify for zoo and wildlife veterinary technician positions at the conclusion of the internship.

Skills, Experiences, and Duties:

  • Under the supervision and direction of the veterinary staff Veterinary Technician Interns will participate in all aspects of the veterinary department including but not limited to-
  • Acting as a functioning field technician and laboratory technician
  • Assisting in surgical and preventative procedures- Including set up and take down, immobilizations, exams, anesthetic monitoring, and surgical assistance
  • Diagnostics - Including in house blood work, outside lab submission preparation, fecal examinations, radiology, cytology, urinalysis, & post mortem exams
  • Neonatal care
  • Hospital maintenance - Including equipment servicing and maintenance, stocking, and inventory, and general cleaning
  • Records-medical records, filing, data entry and organizing

Internship Sessions:

  • SPRING Session runs from Mid-January to Mid-July
  • FALL Session runs from Mid-July to Mid-January


The Veterinary Technician Internship is a six-month paid internship. The selected candidate will receive a $1,466 monthly stipend, before taxes, and free housing at White Oak for the duration of the internship. Interns are scheduled to work 40 hours a week and rotating on-call weekends but may be asked to assist with afterhours emergencies. Interns have access to select White Oak amenities including a fitness center and swimming pool. Housing for pets and/or spouses is not available. White Oak reserves the right to terminate internships at any time.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Candidates must be graduates of an AVMA accredited Veterinary Technology program, with preference given to Certified, Licensed and Registered Veterinary Technicians (CVT’s, LVT’s, and RVT’s).
  2. Applicants must have at least 1 year of experience as a licensed technician in a veterinary practice and a working knowledge of veterinary principles; anatomy, pharmacology, parasitology, hematology, radiology, anesthesiology, urinalysis, clinical and surgical techniques. Experience prior to licensing will be considered.
  3. Candidates should be self-motivated, able to work well alone and with others, and willing to learn new skills and make the most of the internship experience.
  4. Candidates must be able to lift 50 lbs., climb in and out of truck beds, remain bending/standing/ stooping for long periods of time, and work in adverse weather conditions.
  5. Candidates must pass a drug test upon starting the internship.
  6. Candidates must have proof of a valid driver’s license and proof of valid health insurance.
  7. Candidates must be legally able to work in the United States (US Citizen, Permanent Resident, or hold an Employment Authorization Document)

How to Apply

All candidates will submit a cover letter, resume, transcripts, and 3 letters of recommendation. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Only electronic submissions will be accepted (.doc, .docx, or .pdf only). Please send application materials to training@white-oak.org with the subject line: Veterinary Technician Internship. Please note that incomplete applications will not be considered.

Website: https://www.whiteoakwildlife.org
Internship Link: https://www.whiteoakwildlife.org/education/training/
Email: training@white-oak.org
Phone: 904-225-3200

Renewed May 20, 2024

Veterinary Technicians

Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists - Houston, TX

Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists is a referral-only veterinary specialty practice that provides the highest quality, most comprehensive specialized care for companion animals using technologically advanced diagnostic and therapeutic equipment along with a group of dedicated veterinary specialists and staff. We offer services in cardiology, critical care, dermatology, diagnostic imaging, emergency, internal medicine, ophthalmology, dentistry, surgery, interventional radiology, radiation and medical oncology, surgery, and exotics.

Position descriptions, responsibilities, and requirements for application are unique to each position and can be found on each position's listing on the Careers page.

To view and apply for current positions, please visit the GCVS Careers page!

Are you interested in joining the GCVS team but unsure which position is right for you?  Please send your resume, credentials, and interests to hrdepartment@gcvs.com or consideration.

Website: https://www.gcvs.com/
Email: info@gcvs.com
Phone: 713-693-1111

Renewed May 20, 2024

Graduate Veterinary Technician Internship

University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine - Knoxville, TN

We are excited to let you know that we are accepting applications for our veterinary technician internship program in the University of Tennessee, College of Veterinary Medicine, Small Animal Hospital. The program offers a one year rotating internship for graduate veterinary technicians.  The detailed information and application is available on our website; https://vetmed.tennessee.edu/academics/internships-and-residencies/
The veterinary technician internship program is a rotating internship for graduate veterinary technicians through the Small Animal Teaching Hospital.  It is designed to offer the technician the opportunity to increase knowledge and gain practical experience in an educational environment.
Eligible candidates:
Only graduates of AVMA accredited Veterinary Technology programs will be considered.  The internship is aimed at new graduates, but other technicians may be considered.
Application Process:
Candidates are required to submit an application with letter of interest, a minimum of two letters of reference, and college transcripts through the last semester completed.  Application packets from candidates should be received by the University of Tennessee by the deadline indicated on the website. USPS, FAX, or electronic submission is acceptable.
A maximum of 4 candidates per year will be selected.
Salary and Benefits:
The veterinary technician interns will be paid at an hourly rate ($7.25/hour or minimum wage, whichever is greater), including overtime pay.  Medical insurance is provided.  Interns may choose to live in the dormitory area in the College of Veterinary Medicine for less than the cost of outside living accommodations ($100/mos which includes utilities).
Upon acceptance into the veterinary technician internship program, the technician will receive a letter confirming the acceptance.  The candidate should send a letter accepting the offer. The period of the internship will be approximately one year.  Start and end dates have some flexibility.
There will be core, as well as elective rotations.  The veterinary technician interns will be scheduled on overnight rotations, as well as weekends and holidays.  Rotations will last from 1-4 weeks.

The veterinary technician interns may take up to two weeks of scheduled, unpaid vacation time during the year. This may include a week during December, but not necessarily the week of Christmas.  There is flexibility in other scheduled time off.​

Core rotations will include:
  • Afterhours Emergency/ICU
  • Anesthesia
  • Community Practice
  • Day ICU
  • Day Emergency/Outpatient
  • Internal Medicine
  • Neurology
  • Oncology
  • Radiology
Elective rotations:
  • Core rotations
  • Avian/Exotics
  • Cardiology
  • Dermatology
  • Nutrition
  • Ophthalmology
  • Rehabilitation
  • Surgery
  • Large Animal

Contact: Janet Jones
Phone: 865-974-8387
Email: jjones19@utk.edu
UTCVM Website: University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine

Renewed May 20, 2024

Veterinary Technicians

Thrive Pet Healthcare

Thrive Pet Healthcare is a leading veterinary service network that uniquely delivers a continuum of care to pet families and services to veterinary hospitals. With an industry-first membership program and over 400 acute, primary, and specialty providers, Thrive Pet Healthcare offers personalized, accessible care through every stage of a pet’s life and health. The veterinarian founded and led organization provides premier benefits for practice staff while elevating privately held veterinary hospitals with innovative service and technology solutions. By focusing on the needs and aspirations of veterinary care providers, Thrive Pet Healthcare is supporting the wellbeing of the industry and raising the national bar for veterinary excellence.

Open positions across the U.S. can be found on the Careers page: https://careers.thrivepetcare.com/us/en/c/veterinary-technician-jobs

Positions may include a sign-on bonus and/or relocation assistance.

Renewed May 20, 2024

Veterinary Technicians

TAMU Veterinary Teaching Hospital - College Station, TX

Texas A&M University is committed to enriching the learning and working environment by promoting a culture that respects all perspectives, talents & lived experiences. Embracing varying opinions and perspectives strengthens our core values which are: Respect, Excellence, Leadership, Loyalty, Integrity, and Selfless Service.

The Texas A&M School of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (VMBS) is an institution that represents 100 years of growth from a small school of veterinary medicine in 1916 to its present role as a major veterinary educational, medical, and research center. Today, we are one of the largest schools of veterinary medicine in the United States, training nearly 600 Doctor of Veterinary Medicine students each year. We support collaboration and teamwork that turns today's discoveries into proactive solutions for animals, humans, and the environment. Together, we strive to support the goals of the faculty, staff and students in teaching, research and outreach programs.

Requirements for Application, Proposed Minimum Salary, and Position Responsibilities are unique to each position and can be found on each position's Workday listing.

To view and apply for current positions, please visit the TAMU Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital Staff Employment page!

Hospital Website: TAMU Veterinary Teaching Hospital

Renewed May 20, 2024

Veterinary Technicians

National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America (NAVTA) Career Center

The National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America (NAVTA) was formed in East Lansing, Michigan in 1981 with the goal of allowing veterinary technicians to give input on national issues involving the veterinary profession.

Requirements for Application, Proposed Minimum Salary, and Position Responsibilities are unique to each position and can be found on each position's listing.

To view and apply for current positions, please visit the NAVTA Career Center page!

Association Website: National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America

Renewed October 3, 2023

Licensed Veterinary Technician and Veterinary Assistant Positions

Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine - Auburn, AL

Whether you're an experienced veterinary assistant, technician, or specialist looking for the next step in your career or just beginning your journey into veterinary medicine, Auburn University is the place for you. We offer a healthy, safe, compassionate environment for employees, patients, and clients. We are passionate about supporting veterinary professionals and are committed to your personal career development. We create and support a safe work environment where you can focus on your career and wellbeing, while providing the best care for our patients and experience for our clients. Some of the many benefits of joining Auburn's team of veterinary professionals include:

  • Full and part-time employment
  • Highly competitive compensation with shift differential pay for overnight hours
  • Comprehensive benefits package: Alabama state retirement, educational benefits, a variety of insurance options such as health, dental and vision
  • Career development opportunities
  • Continuing Education allowance
  • Paid vacation and sick leave
Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine has multiple employment opportunities available for licensed veterinary technician and veterinary assistant positions throughout various departments.  Job summaries, position qualifications, salary, and benefit information can be found by clicking on each position link.

Applicants please apply through the Auburn University Employment Website at the link below.

Application Website: https://www.auemployment.com/ Search for the positions using their ID numbers below:

Apply for these positions:

  • Veterinary Technician - Equine Inpatient ID: S3633P
  • Veterinary Technician - Inpatient IMC/ICU (Overnight) ID: S3576P
  • Veterinary Technician - Inpatient ER (Swing Shift) ID: S3599P
  • Veterinary Technician - Overnight (Gulf Shores Location) ID: S3537P
  • Veterinary Technician (Gulf Shores Location) ID: S3472P

Website: Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine

Renewed May 20, 2024

Veterinary Technicians

Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory - College Station, TX

TVMDL is a full service veterinary diagnostic lab headquartered in College Station, Texas, on the campus of Texas A&M University.  Our agency annually performs an average of 925,000 tests from clients in Texas, neighboring states, and around the world.  Samples are submitted from veterinarians, animal owners, producers, researchers, and regulatory officials. Our efforts protect the health of livestock, poultry, companion animals, exotics and zoo animals, equine and greyhound racing animals, and wildlife.

TVMDL professionals work with specimens from almost all mammalian and avian species.  Staff work alongside some of the foremost veterinary diagnostic specialists in the world and have the opportunity to perform advanced diagnostic techniques as well as the tried and true classical test methods.

While our mission is focused on diagnostic testing, research and development is ongoing to ensure we are meeting industry demands. Other professionals publish journal articles, present their work at national meetings, and teach the next generation of veterinarians and diagnosticians. Opportunities for continuing education, career advancement, and professional development are offered to all employees.

Full time employees are eligible for a generous benefits package, paid leave, generous retirement plans, a wellness program, and several other employee initiatives.

TVMDL is a great place to start or continue your professional career in veterinary medicine, life sciences, or animal health. Our professionals make a tangible difference in the lives of animal owners and livestock producers each day. We can’t wait for you to join our team!

Requirements for Application, Proposed Minimum Salary, and Position Responsibilities are unique to each position and can be found on each position's Workday listing.

To view and apply for current positions, please visit the TVMDL Employment page!

Website: Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory

Renewed May 20, 2024

Veterinary Technicians

Texas Biomedical Research Institute - San Antonio, TX

Saving Lives With the Power of Scientific Discovery

Texas Biomedical Research Institute aims to unravel the mysteries of infectious diseases through innovative thinking, creative problem solving and cutting edge technologies.

We Make Today’s Discoveries Possible of Becoming Tomorrow’s Cures.

Since its founding in 1941 by Thomas B. Slick Jr., the Texas Biomedical Research Institute has gained worldwide recognition in scientific and academic communities for the quality of its basic research.

Our scientists work each and every day to improve human health by being a world leader in lifestyle and infectious disease research. Each year, our scientists are engaged in more than 200 research projects and publish well over 100 articles in the international scientific literature.


Located on a 200-acre campus on the northwest side of San Antonio, Texas, Texas Biomed partners with hundreds of researchers and institutions around the world, targeting advances in the fight against infectious diseases impacting our communities around the world, including AIDS, TB, hepatitis, malaria, hemorrhagic fever viruses, parasitic infections and many other infectious diseases. We also study co-morbidities of infection and vulnerable populations, such as the very young and the elderly and those suffering from cardiovascular diseases and metabolic disorders.

To view more about employment at Texas Biomedical Research Institute click here: Employment

To view and apply for current positions, please visit the Careers with Purpose page!

Website: Texas Biomedical Research Institute

Renewed May 20, 2024

Veterinary Technicians

Texas Veterinary Medical Association Career Portal

The Texas Veterinary Medical Association (TVMA) was organized in 1903 and continues to operate as a nonprofit organization under the laws of the state of Texas. The purpose of TVMA is to support veterinarians as they practice the art and science of veterinary medicine in Texas.

Requirements for Application, Proposed Minimum Salary, and Position Responsibilities are unique to each position and can be found on each position's listing.

To view and apply for current positions, please visit the TVMA Career Portal page!

Association Website: Texas Veterinary Medical Association

Renewed May 20, 2024