A career in veterinary medicine is great for those individuals who love animals, feel a strong compassion for their welfare, and have a healing spirit. If you also like helping people, yes, people, this occupation may be for you. Pets are so important to people that by helping pets, you really help their families, too. Below are the positions in our hospital. If you want to be a part of York County’s premier veterinary practice, please fill out an application (below) and email it to [email protected] Emphasize the aspects that make you a good prospective member of our progressive health care team.

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Positions Available Right Now:

We are adding to our Camp Ebenezer team! Our Camp Counselors are responsible for ensuring all campers staying with us are well cared for, loved, and appropriately cared for. Camp Counselors must routinely tidy up after patients, alert the medical staff if any concerns arise and provide a safe and loving environment to all campers at all times. This position is not glamorous but is necessary in our hospital for appropriate care of our patients and campers. A team approach and attention to detail is vital to being successful in this position.
To apply, please submit your resume and application (below) to [email protected] or 2445 Ebenezer Road, Rock Hill, SC 29732. Phone calls regarding open positions will not be accepted.



Practice Administrator

This is a key position in the smooth running of the practice. This challenging job entails: human resource management (hiring, employee performance, releasing, scheduling, benefits administration, payroll), client relations, inventory management, facility management, payables, general problem solving, and some marketing.

Front Office Associate

In our hospital, this person greets clients and their pets, sets up their charts, answers their questions, makes appointments, accurately handles financial transactions, coordinates with the technicians, kennel assistants, and groomer. The associate has a good working knowledge of the other departments in the hospital and can answer most questions from clients with a smile.

Veterinary Technician

The “tech” is a multi-tasking nurse. In the exam room, the tech discusses preventative health care, obtains blood and fecal specimens, gives injections, and answers client questions. In the pharmacy, the tech fills prescriptions, including compounding. In the radiology room, the tech measures patients, takes x-rays, and develops them. In the treatment room, the tech cares for hospital patients, anesthetizes surgery patients, treats outpatients, and monitors intensive care animals. In surgery, the tech prepares the surgery site(s), monitors anesthesia and life signs, and cleans up the room and instruments afterward. In the laboratory, the tech performs tests on blood, urine, feces, and other specimens.

Technician Assistant

The person in this entry level medical position helps technicians do the above activities. He or she retrieves animals for the techs, assists with their treatments, cleans up the treatment room, and bathes patients.

Camp Counselors

The kennel assistant has a major responsibility in the care of hospitalized and boarding pet wards. He or she takes dogs out, sanitizes their kennels, cleans cat condos, feeds and waters. Special diets, exercise instructions, and watching for any changes in health or behavior in the animal guests are part of the responsibilities, too. The Camp Counselor maintains the hospital floors. To be eligible for the job openings, you must be a high school graduate (or hold a GED), be able to show documentation of it, and be able to work mornings, afternoons, and weekends. Being in good physical condition is very helpful. Apply in person at our hospital or get an application here.

Clinic Assistant

The clinic assistant transports patients from the waiting room to the wards and vice versa. This person keeps windows, counters, bathrooms, and hospital grounds clean.

Hair Care Stylist (Groomer)

The stylist turns tangles into beauty with clipper and scissor. He or she bathes, clips toenails, cleans ears, and fluffs handsome haircoats. Scheduling is done to the stylist’s desires.