Grove City Veterinary Hospital

4350 Grove City Rd.
Grove City, OH 43123

(614)875-4321

www.grovecityvet.com

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Please send your resume to info@grovecityvet.com 

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Position applying for (Check all that apply) (required)
Kennel Attendant
Veterinary Assistant
Licensed Technician
Client Service Representative
Availability (required)

Year-Round, permanent
Seasonal or Temporary


Hours you are looking for: (required)

Full Time
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If applying for part time only, ho may hours do you want to work?

Please list hours you are available to work. (required)

What rate of pay do you expect? (required)

Are you 18 years of age or older? (required)

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Do you have any experience in Client Service (required)

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Please describe your previous experience in Client Service. How many years, in person v phone, etc.

Do you have any animal handling experience? (required)

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Describe your previous animal handling experience

How often might you need to be unexpectedly absent from work due to illness or other unpredictable event? (required)

What experience do you have handling client service on the phone? (required)

Describe your experience with computers (Microsoft, internet, windows, etc?) (required)

Other than a love of animals, why do you want to work at Grove City Veterinary Hospital (required)

What are your career goals for the next 5 years? (required)

Within the past 5 years, have you been convicted of a felony or any misdemeanor, or are you currently formally charged with committing any criminal offense? If the answer is yes, furnish details of conviction, offense, location, date, and sentence. (required)

Please list all the pets you own (names, species, age)

Who is your veterinarian?

Are your pets up to date with their routine recommended veterinary care?

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No


Would you be willing to provide us with a copy of your pet's veterinary records for review?

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No


What is the most recent school you attended? Degree or grade level atained? GPA? Awards?

Do you have any certifications, degrees, awards, or special skills we should know about?

How did you hear about our job ad?
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The next section is for those with veterinary hospital experience. If you are inexperience in working in a veterinary hospital please skip to the next section.
Please describe any formal education, licensing, CE, etc, in veterinary medicine

Do you have any experience working in a veterinary hospital or other animal facility? Please describe duties, hours worked, skills, etc.

Describe your experiences communicating with veterinary hospital clients (reception, exam rooms, phone skills, triage, etc.)

Please describe your experiences in a veterinary laboratory and list skills/competencies

Describe your experiences in surgical preparation/assisting/dentistry/anesthesia monitoring and list skills/competencies

Tell us about your experiences in exam assisting and client education and list skills/competencies

What experiences do you have in radiology and list skills/competencies

Please describe your experiences in providing treatments and list skills/competencies

This section is about Core Values
What is your definition of Compassion? (required)

What is your definition of Team Work? (required)

What is your definition of Commitment? (required)

What is your definition of Communication? (required)

What is your definition of Authenticity? (required)

What is your definition of Knowledge? (required)

Employment History
Current or most recent employer name, address, phone number. Position Title and position duties. Reason you left the position (required)

Previous Employer #1 name, address, phone number. Position title and duties. Reason you left the position (required)

Previous Employer #2 name, address, phone number. Position title and duties. Reason you left the position

Please describe any other relevant experience (volunteer, animal related hobby, etc?)

Professional Reference #1 name, relationship to you, phone number, how long have you known this person (required)

Reference #2 name, relationship to you, phone number, how long have you know this person? (required)

Reference #3 name, relationship to you, phone number, how long have you known this person?


I understand that any verbal or written statement that is false, fraudulent, or misleading that is contained in this application or attached materials, or made in the course of any related employment process, whether made by me or by others at my request, will result in rejection of my application, denial of employment, or dismissal from service if discovered after employment, and under some circumstances, may result in prosecution for a crime.
I certify that all statements contained herein are true and complete. (required)

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I understand that if hired, I must prove that I am legally authorized to work in the United States (required)

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I authorize Grove City Veterinary Hospital to check employment references and verify education information provided in this employment application and as disclosed in the interview process (required)

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I authorize Grove City Veterinary Hospital to rune a credit history check and criminal history background check as a condition of employment (required)

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I release Grove City Veterinary Hospital and all providers of information from any liability as a result of furnishing and receiving any information related to the hiring processs (required)

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Your typed name below serves as the applicant signature to acknowledge and agree to the statements above. (required)

Disclosure of Working Conditions
Grove City Veterinary Hospital is a small animal veterinary practice. in the course of your employment you can expect to encounter events that could be considered psychologically uncomfortable, or physically challenging. We feel it is important to communicate the possibilities of these events before you begin work. Since this may affect your performance here at the hospital. 1. Listing 40-50lbs 2. Restraining unruly dogs or cats of any size 3. working after hours if needed for proper patient care 4. Distressed, grieving and/or angry clients 5. Unruly or aggressive animals 6. Severely injured animals 7. Dead Animals 8. Pain and distress of animals 9. Feces, urine, blood, pus, other fluids, and detached by parts of animals 10. Foul odors 11. Drugs, chemicals, and x-rays potentially harmful to pregnancy or respiratory conditions (asthma, etc.) 12. Routine veterinary elective procedures such as tail docs and/or the declawing of animals
Your typed name below serves as the applicant signature to acknowledge your understanding of the statements above

Pre-Employment Screening
Check the correct spelling of the word listed (required)

Vitrinerian
Vetinarian
Veterinarian
Vatrinarian


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Abcess
Absess
Absces
Abscess


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Respiratory
Resperatory
Respitory
Respiritory


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Leshion
Leson
Lesion
Lession


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Laberatory
Labratory
Laboratory
Lavatory


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Diarrhea
Diahrreah
Diareah
Diarreeaha


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Parasite
Parisite
Perisite
Parasate


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Cliente
Client
Cliant
Cleint


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Sutre
Souture
Suture
Suchure


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Lethargic
Lithargic
Lethargik
Lithergic


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Priscription
Prescription
Perscription
Prescreptien


Please answer the following scenarios to the best of your ability
Scenario 1
It is 5:50pm, the clinic closes in 10 minutes. The last clients left frustrated with the slow service. We the last client has been waiting to be seen for 20 minutes. The phone rings and it is a non-established client. She has an emergency and wants to come in. Her expected arrival time is 15 minutes. What do you tell her?
What is your answer? (required)

Scenario 2
A client calls and has a problem with her bill. You cannot find a record of her services. She begins to get hostile. How do you handle this?
Type your answer here (required)

Scenario 3
you are having a rush of clients, the phone will not stop ringing and the doctor needs files pulled NOW. How do you handle this?
Answer here (required)

Scenario 4
The doctor is 40 minutes behind with scheduled appointments. There are 3 people in the waiting room, still waiting for their appointment. A walk-in client comes in with a dog that has been severely injured in a fight. What do you do?
How do you respond to this situation? (required)

A client calls and asks you a question that you don't know the answer to, what do you do? (required)
Say, "umm, Duhh, I don't know."
Make up an answer
Ask Regis for a life-line
Ask, "can I put you on a brief hold while I find that answer."
Who pays your salary? (required)
The business owner
The clients
The Patients
both A and B
When interacting with clients, it is most important to appear (required)
Nice
Smart
Overworked
Bathed
I can learn new things (required)
Only at gunpoint
If I have to, I guess
After 20 explanations
After the second time I'm shown
Alphabetization (required)
Is optional
Makes my head hurt
Is part of the vast right-wing conspiracy
Is as simple as ABC
A client calls and says her dog is "puking." You say: (required)
Gross, better put her outside
It's worms. Try giving her some apple cider vinegar
"Hold please," then ignore her until she hangs up
The Dr. would be happy to see your dog. Is 11:15 or 3:30 best?
Complete this statement, "It's not just a job it's...." (required)
An adventure
A way to finance my drug habit
Something my parole office says I gotta do
A way to make a difference
When I see something broken/out-of-stock/needing cleaned, I.... (required)
tell the kennel person to take care of it
I never see stuff like that
leave a note on the manger's desk
fix it/restock it/clean it

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