Now hiring in St. Joseph, Missouri as a Veterinary Assistant Dive into an innovative career at Nestle Purina! Perform and assist with vital veterinary procedures to ensure pets' health and welfare. As the Veterinary Assistant, you ll be responsible for performing and assisting the necessary support work related to the health care of the cats and dogs under direct supervision. Knowledge of and compliance with the Animal Welfare Act and all procedures and protocols in the Nestlé Purina R&D Petcare Manual Perform pet care procedures such as daily rounds and treatments, surgical prep, filling prescriptions, and administering treatments Provide pet care and maintain necessary records animal medical and clinical data Monitor heart rates respirations, and temperatures of patients Maintain safe, sanitary, and orderly work areas such as surgical and veterinary suites Assist veterinarians & other technicians with sample collections Actively participate in training and skill...
Description: The SR AD, Veterinary Technical Solutions Large Animal provides comprehensive leadership and strategic oversight to ensure a high level of customer service, compliance, technical leadership, mentorship and coaching for a team of professionals or veterinary staff, with a focus on Animal products sold and distributed by BIAH with BI procedures and with North American (FDA, USDA and EPA) regulatory requirements. This role provides strategic direction and oversight to ensure functional excellence of the teams through hiring, development, mentoring and retention of key talent. The incumbent serves as Subject Matter Expert, Advisor for product support, customer service, and veterinary guidance in disease management and control ensuring compliance to regulatory agencies, corporate and BIAH company regulations/procedures. As an employee of Boehringer Ingelheim, you will actively contribute to the discovery, development, and delivery of our products to our patients and...
Saint Joseph, MO, USA
Addresses and responds to all product inquiries, complaints, and suspected adverse events in a timely and appropriate manner and in compliance with US regulations (FDA, USDA, EPA), relevant GMPs, policies and procedures for the capture, maintenance and reporting of adverse events and product quality complaints.
Receive all product inquiries, complaints, and suspected adverse events that may arise by usage of or experience with products.
Communication may be received from (but are not limited to) veterinarians, veterinary technicians and other veterinary support staff, consumers (pet owners), sales personnel, distributor sales representatives, or other personnel.
The major form of communication is via telephone but may include email and hand delivered mail.
Provide information and support as requested in the following areas: proper product use, extra-label use, literature requests, adverse events, and...