Posted in Other 19 days ago.
Location: Pleasant Hill, California
WHO WE ARE:
Veterinary Emergency Group (VEG) is a rapidly growing emergency company with hospital locations across the United States. Our mission is helping people and their pets when they need it most. We are revolutionizing emergency medicine with a "customer first" mentality and a true, employee-centric work environment.
TALENT + CULTURE AT VEG:
At VEG, we want people and their pets to feel safe, secure, and valued; we want our employees to feel the same way. What we're aiming to achieve on the customer side is equivalent in nature to what we want for our employees: to have the best experience possible. With the highest NPS score in our industry, we're ready to ensure that VEG remains the place where the best and brightest in the emergency world not only want to work, but stay and grow. For our customers and their pets, we strive to find a way to say, "yes." We do the same and more for our teams. In fact, VEG is one of this year's nominees for INC Magazine's Best Places to Work!
To provide non-clinical support to hospital operations by maintaining the facility, stock rooms and treatment areas in an organized, functional status at all times. The Inventory Coordinator is a vital piece of the veterinary team who will oversee inventory levels through purchasing, receiving, stocking, and performing daily audits on supplies. The Inventory Coordinator will oversee all OSHA standards throughout managing stocking, sanitation, and safety equipment. This role will also oversee equipment maintenance and logs, advising hospital leadership when something needs to be repaired or replaced. Responsibilities focus on the basic daily needs of the hospital's organization and functionality, while allowing time to develop and learn the necessary technical aspects of patient care and business management for growth.
WHO WE NEED:
You are a passionate, motivated individual wishing to pursue a career in a veterinary medicine. You are eager to learn and grow and can function as a part of the team, being honest and respectful to your peers. You love working with animals and people. You are comfortable adapting to new scenarios, willing to learn new techniques, and think outside the box. You have excellent interpersonal capabilities across a diverse group. You're happy to pitch in whenever and whenever you are needed, with a positive attitude. You demonstrate ability to accomplish assigned tasks for all areas involved, knowing when to ask for help and display excellent communication skills to your team and customers.
WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT TO DO:
Veterinary Emergency Group