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At Eno Animal Hospital, our family of pets and pet parents is growing and thriving!

Are you dedicated, happy, and hard-working? Are you an animal advocate and champion? Would you like to join our incredible team and work at the best vet in Durham?

Everyone at Eno is vital to our mission: to help pets. Everyone at Eno is responsible for…

  • Providing the best care, compassion, and service
  • Getting to know pets and pet parents as individuals
  • Building strong, long-lasting relationships with pets and pet parents
  • Establishing trust and good communication
  • Ensuring each pet lives his or her best life
  • Educating pet parents to make the best decisions for their pets
  • Creating happy visits!
  • Sharing joy and celebration in good times
  • Offering comfort, solace, and support in times of pain
  • Holding each unique pet’s health, happiness, and life in our hands
  • Coming to Eno every day ready, willing, and able to help even more pets

When you apply, please keep in mind…

  • Helping pets must be your mission. We are a busy hospital. On any given day, we provide wellness care, treatment for sick or injured pets, quality-of-life consultations, surgery, dentistry, laser therapy, grooming, boarding, and beyond. We treat each pet as unique and a priority—and always offer the best care. We educate pet parents to help them make the best decisions for their pets, without judgment.
  • We practice the highest standards of veterinary care, compassion, and service. At Eno Animal Hospital, we expect team members to be professional, respectful, and kind to our patients, pet parents, and each other at all times, even and especially in difficult or stressful circumstances.
  • First impressions count, especially for an interview! Dress professionally, be on time, and be prepared.
  • Be flexible and willing to wear different hats. At Eno, everyone is willing to step up to support the team, even with things outside the literal job description.
  • A positive attitude goes a long way! We are a happy team, and we go above and beyond to give pets and pet parents happy visits. We promise to give the Eno family our very best and expect everyone at Eno to deliver on that promise.

​Are you ready to join the Eno team? Please take a look at our positions. To apply, you must follow all instructions exactly.

Client Care Coordinator

Client care coordinators are the happy, welcoming voices and faces of Eno! You are an essential part of ensuring everyone who calls us or walks through our doors, even in difficult circumstances, has an amazing experience here. 

Your role: to keep our appointment book full and scheduled correctly. You will schedule visits of all kinds, gather important and pertinent information, manage patient records, and relay exact recommendations from our vets to pet parents. You will help maintain a smooth flow of incoming and outgoing patients and ensure all payments are received and processed properly.

Yet being a C3 is so much bigger and better than that! Our C3s love helping and spoiling each unique pet, and they treat each pet parent as a priority and friend. C3s must work brilliantly under pressure: constantly managing, encouraging, and facilitating exemplary communication and care, both on the phone and in person, with and between pet parents and team members alike. To run our front desk effectively and efficiently, you must be able to multitask, stay organized, be patient and positive, establish camaraderie, and communicate kindly and thoroughly at all times.

C3s are also tasked with helping promote Eno Animal Hospital, especially to potential and curious pet parents, by always embodying the warm, friendly, family feel on which we have built our stellar reputation.

Applications must be submitted online to be considered. Click here to complete the Client Care Coordinator application and take job qualification assessments.

Kennel Assistant

We make Eno a home away from home for all boarding pets. Spoiling fur babies is a must! Most importantly: When pets stay here, their pet parents put all their trust in us to do everything right.

Your role: to ensure all boarding pets, plus all pets in our hospital, get the best care and compassion.

Kennel assistants work effectively and efficiently to ensure all boarding and hospital procedures run properly and smoothly. You are responsible for feeding, walking, and administering any medications to our boarding pets. You must do exactly what every boarding patient requires, record all information precisely, pay careful attention to each pet, and report any issue to the medical team immediately.

Kennel assistants ensure each and every boarding pet gets the care he or she needs to board with us safely, such as annual exams and updated vaccines. You must communicate kindly and thoroughly with both pet parents and the team about boarding pets during their entire stay. Many Eno pet parents trust our kennel assistants to text regular updates and photos, even after hours, when caring for their beloved fur babies. You must always make good on this promise.

You will also be tasked with admitting and discharging boarding patients, giving basic baths and toenail trims, helping hold animals for certain procedures, and helping promote Eno by maintaining the cleanliness and appearance of our hospital.

Applications must be submitted online to be considered. Click here to complete the Kennel Assistant application and take job qualification assessments.

Veterinary Assistant

A vet assistant is a vital, integral bridge between our pet parents, team, and veterinarians. Especially as we grow and help even more pets, vet assistants are key to effective, efficient care—responsible for providing the highest-quality medicine and service.

Your role: to assist our vets and medical team in all manner of expert care. You will treat each patient as an important individual and educate each pet parent on our recommendations for best care. You must maintain strong, ethical, kind communication at all times with and between pet parents, team members, and veterinarians.

You will help create happy visits through gentle handling, treats, love, and a low-stress environment. You will help ensure pet parents are happy with their Eno experience. You will always go above and beyond to help and be compassionate.

Vet assistants help provide the best preventative medicine and treatment for both healthy and sick pets. You will help ensure boarding pets get the care they require during their stay with us. You will prepare and perform procedures such as lab work, vaccines, various treatments, laser therapy, and radiographs as appropriate. Depending on your level of skill, experience, and expertise, you may also be responsible for drawing blood, performing dental cleanings, assisting with surgery, and monitoring anesthetic procedures.

Experience is a must. If you have some of the above experience and would like to grow with us, we encourage and actively support a strong desire to learn and build on your skills and knowledge.

Applications must be submitted online to be considered. Click here to complete the Veterinary Assistant application and take job qualification assessments.

Registered Veterinary Technician

Registered Veterinary Technicians are highly educated, trained professionals who work alongside veterinarians to give each patient the highest quality of care and treatment. With their superior knowledge and skills, RVTs are instrumental in both helping veterinarians practice the best medicine and ensuring the entire team is well-trained, cohesive, and efficient.
Your role: to assist our veterinarians in all manner of expert care. You will treat each patient as an important individual and educate each pet parent on our recommendations for best care. You must maintain strong, ethical, kind communication at all times with and between pet parents, team members, and veterinarians.

You will help create happy visits through gentle handling, treats, love, and a low-stress environment. You will help ensure pet parents are happy with their Eno experience. You will always go above and beyond to help and be compassionate.

In addition to performing all the duties of Vet Assistant, such as blood draws and dental cleanings, an RVT must also perform diagnostic procedures, administer certain treatments, prepare patients for anesthetic procedures, and monitor patients during and after anesthesia—while maintaining, and responding quickly to any changes in, each vital function. You will also train the team in all aspects of animal care. Experience is a must.

To be credentialed as an RVT in North Carolina, you must have graduated from an accredited program (as designated by the American Veterinary Medical Association Committee on Veterinary Technician Education and Activities, or AVMA CVTEA), have a passing score on the Veterinary Technician National Exam, and have passed the North Carolina Veterinary Technician State Examination.

​Applications must be submitted online to be considered. Click here to complete the Veterinary Assistant application and take job qualification assessments.