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27th Annual Swine Conference
Please save the date to attend the Carthage Veterinary Service Ltd 27th Annual Swine Conference on
Tuesday, August 29, 2017!

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Job Opportunities

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    General Manager

    The general manager (GM) for Carthage Veterinary Service, Ltd. directs and coordinates activities to develop and implement long-range goals and objectives to meet business and profitability objectives. The GM leads a diverse group of department managers across all CVS business areas.  The GM reviews analyses of activities, costs, operations and forecast data to determine department progress toward stated goals. Confers with owners and other senior leaders to review achievements, opportunities and drive the business forward.  The GM reports to the president of the company.

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    Carthage Supply Department Manager

    The Carthage Supply Department Manager for Carthage Veterinary Service, Ltd. (CVS) leads a team that is responsible for fulfilling product and part supply orders for internal and external customers.  This position works with distributor and manufacturer representatives to ensure proper supply of products, appropriate contract pricing and promotions.  This position will ensure that Carthage Supply is aligned with the strategic objectives of CVS and utilizes industry-leading strategies and technologies to deliver world class results. The department manager reports to the CVS general manager.

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    VETERINARY ASSISTANT I

    The Veterinary Assistant is responsible for assisting the veterinarian team in providing animal care services to clients and customers which includes administrative support. This person will also be responsible for the bathing, brushing, trimming, and providing other grooming services to domestic pets working under established guidelines and methods.  Additional responsibilities include, but are not limited to, maintaining hospital inventory, monitoring & treating hospitalized pets, running routine in house lab work, assisting in surgery & radiology, client communication and education, and routine care of boarding pets.

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