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Veterinary Technician

About Special Aerospace Security Services:

Started in 1988, Special Aerospace Security Services (SASSI) is a Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB) focused on delivering national security mission solutions to the U.S. Government in support of their vital role in protecting the United States of America. Known for highly interactive training provided by nationally recognized security experts from a wide variety of different security disciplines. SASSI has three operating Divisions that cover all aspects of security services: Integrated Security Solutions (ISS), Health Security Services (HSS), and the National Security Training Institute (NSTI). Our areas of expertise include: Personnel, Physical, Cyber, and Health Security, including Management Consulting, Risk Management, Emergency Preparedness and Response, and Working Dog Health and Wellness Support.


Join SASSI, the best results are achieved through a dedicated, hard working team. We strive to provide our customers with the best talent and support available to enable the successful achievement of mission goals as efficiently as possible.

We are seeking a driven, self-reliant, adventurous licensed veterinarian technician who is willing to travel outside the US to manage a clinic for Explosive Device Canines (EDCs) in overseas locations with 24/7 emergency availability as the sole provider for these EDCs.

Duties will include but are not limited to:

  • Capable of giving medical advice telephonically to a staff or Vet Tech at remote locations

  • Assist DVMs with patient histories with electronic health record

  • Place IV catheters and blood draws

  • Assist with blood culture machines

  • Monitor anesthesia

  • Patient care client education/communication

  • Maintain inventory management with equipment, supplies and medications

  • Monthly flea/tick and heart worm preventative medicine

  • Conduct EDC weights, teeth and ear assessments

Required Qualifications:

  • Knowledge of or prior experience with Working Dogs

  • Active license or certification in one state within the United States

  • Proper documentation and reporting skills

  • Strong customer service

  • Knowledge of current medical technologies and performing diagnostic procedures

  • Sound Judgment

  • Professional Integrity

Desired Qualifications:

  • Arabic or French language speaking skills (not required)

  • Previous military experience (not required)

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