Careers with BVNS

Are you looking for a new and exciting work environment that appreciates the knowledge and experience you have to offer? Do you have a passion for specialized veterinary care and enjoy working in a fast paced environment? If you answered yes to these questions, a career with Bush Veterinary Neurology Service (BVNS) might be right for you!

To apply, email us at with your resume and cover letter along with the following information: Salary Expectations, Position(s) you are interested in and Practice Location. Please be sure to add in the subject title the position you are applying for! BVNS will contact you if your qualifications match our career opportunities available.

BVNS offers a full comprehensive benefit package including paid time off, holiday pay, health and dental insurance, competitive salary and 401k plan, life insurance and much more!

Licensed Veterinary Technician (Includes Signing Bonus)

BVNS is now hiring a full time Licensed Veterinary Technician for our Springfield, VA location! An LVT with BVNS is a member of our team who supports and assists the doctors each day to ensure the best possible care for our patients and clients. This means that you will be responsible for:

  • Compassionately, calmly and gently handling patients in our care
  • Speaking to clients in a friendly, helpful manner to answer questions, acquire histories, etc.
  • Assisting in surgeries and advanced imaging procedures
  • Anesthetic induction, monitoring and maintenance for surgeries and imaging
  • Utilizing practice management software to maintain client and patient records
  • Providing safe restraint for patients during examinations and procedures
  • Interpreting and following through on treatment sheet orders
  • Implementing appropriate animal husbandry skills to decrease disease spread, injury and stress to patients
  • Venipuncture, IV catheter placement, etc.
  • Performing and recognizing normal physical examination parameters on canine and feline patients
  • Noticing and documenting changes in patient attitude, abnormal behavior and changes in condition
  • Calculating medication and fluid doses for administration to hospitalized patients
  • Carrying out or setting up procedures that do not require veterinarian assistance
  • Assisting with other areas of service during downtime or as directed by supervisor