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Practice Manager - Full Time - Toowoomba Vet Clinic, Toowoomba, Vetpartners Australia Acn

Published 2022-06-28
Expires 2022-07-28
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Practice Manager - Full Time - Toowoomba Vet Clinic, Toowoomba, Vetpartners Australia Acn
Australia, Queensland, Toowoomba,
Published June 28, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Practice manager - full time - toowoomba vet clinic


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Toowoomba Vet Clinic areseeking a Full Time Practice Manager to join our growing team!

About Us

Established in 1947 Toowoomba Veterinary Clinic has been providing quality care to the animals of Toowoomba for over 65 years. Our motto of Treating Pets Like Family underpins what we strive to achieve in practice every day. We are a dynamic, close-knit team who pride themselves on gold standard practice whilst maintaining a fun and friendly atmosphere. The practice currently has 4 vets & 8 support staff, and we are looking for our next superstar practice manager to complete the team. Toowoomba is a thriving regional city located just 1.5 hours from Brisbane. It is often referred to as the ‘Garden City’ due to its beautiful gardens & parklands.

We are looking for an experienced and motivated Practice Manager to join our team on a Full Time basis. This role will see you:
Lead, manage and support the performance of your team,playing an active role in their development plans
Challenge us to build upon our high standards of care and service
Process and manage invoicing, accounts, timesheets, rosters
Working with the directors and veterinarian team to develop and implement business plans
Oversee effective organisation systems and protocols to maximise efficiency and smooth workflow
Organize and oversee the recruitment of new team members when required
Liaise with industry suppliers and clinical representatives
The ideal candidate should have:
Minimum of 3+ years’ experience in Reception or Customer Support
Medical background or Veterinary Reception/Nurse background preferred but not essential
Exceptional customer service skills and phone manner
Excellent at time management and multi-tasking
Polite and resilient nature
Energetic and driven
A willingness to get involved in all areas of the clinic
Ability to use initiative, assume responsibility for tasks and to resolve problems
Knowledge of Vision advantageous but not essential

What we offer/Benefits:

VetPartners Benefits
Paid parental leave
Access to our Employee Assistance Program
Commitmentto your continuing educationwith access to our purpose-built training facility and leadership programs
Additional Clinic Benefits
A strong and supportive team environment
An interesting, rewarding and varied role in a dynamic environment
Great work life balance with flexible hours
Daily tea and coffee breaks and a fully stocked chocolate stash!
Busy practice where no two days are the same

Check us out Online! www.toowoombavet.com.au

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    Registered on October 7, 2017

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