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Animal Eye Center of NJ is an AAHA-accredited facility that utilizes state-of-the-art equipment and gold-standard diagnostic methods to address all of our patients’ ophthalmic needs. We are known for quality care, communication, and compassion throughout the treatment process and our board-certified veterinary ophthalmologist maintains an admired reputation for medical excellence.

Located near New York City and within two hours of Philadelphia, AEC of NJ is close to the beautiful Atlantic Ocean, multiple beaches, and recreational areas.


Open Positions

The Animal Eye Center of NJ is a small but amazing team that specializes in veterinary ophthalmology.

We are in search of full-time Veterinary Assistants to assist with medical care, surgical procedures, and diagnostics and provide support to our veterinary technicians and licensed, board certified ophthalmologist.

Our hospital is open weekdays with no overnight or weekend hours.

Work schedules include:

  • 10 hour shift
  • 8 hour shift
  • Day shift
  • Monday through Friday

Candidates must exhibit excellent attention to detail and display high standards of cleanliness. They must also be able to communicate well with co-workers to help ensure accuracy in patient care. A team-oriented outlook, a willingness to learn, and an understanding that veterinary medicine involves comforting animals and the family members who love them are desirable traits that will help ensure success in the role. A high school degree or equivalent is preferred.

Animal Eye Center of NJ is an AAHA-accredited facility that utilizes state-of-the-art equipment and gold-standard diagnostic methods to address all of our patients’ ophthalmic needs. Each department is known for quality care, communication, and compassion throughout the treatment process and our board-certified veterinary ophthalmologist maintains an admired reputation for medical excellence.

Located near New York City and within two hours of Philadelphia, AEC of NJ is close to the beautiful Atlantic Ocean, multiple beaches, and recreational areas.

AEC of NJ is an equal opportunity employer and a drug-free workplace.

To apply, please submit your resume along with a cover letter including your availability and start date.

The Animal Eye Center of NJ is a small but amazing team that specializes in veterinary ophthalmology.

We are in search of a full-time Veterinary Technician with anesthesia experience to assist with medical care and surgical procedures and perform diagnostic and laboratory procedures under the direction of a licensed board certified ophthalmologist.

Candidates with Veterinary Technician Certification are preferred.

Anesthesia experience highly preferred.

Our hospital is open weekdays with no overnight or weekend hours.


Work schedules include:

  • 10 hour shift
  • 8 hour shift
  • Day shift
  • Monday through Friday

The right candidate will bring excellent listening and communication skills and a strong work ethic and positive attitude to the team. A basic understanding of veterinary medical terminology, an ability to be flexible and adapt to new situations, multitask, share best practices, and learn from others are required for success.

AEC of NJ is an equal opportunity employer and a drug-free workplace.

To apply, please submit your resume along with a cover letter including your availability and start date.

The Animal Eye Center of New Jersey is offering a one-year ophthalmology internship beginning June 5, 2023.

The internship will provide the applicant with extensive exposure and experience in clinical ophthalmology while being supervised by a board-certified ophthalmologist. Structured, weekly didactic rounds will be performed on a rotating basis including but not limited to journal club, slide, pathology, and M&M rounds. The intern will be expected to have an active role at the Animal Eye Center and by the end of the internship be able to: obtain a thorough medical history; maintain precise medical records; effectively communicate with referring veterinarians, staff, and clients; perform ophthalmic diagnostics including slit lamp biomicroscopy and indirect ophthalmoscopy; become competent in performing and interpret ocular ultrasound and electroretinography; understand ophthalmic surgical procedures and perform basic ophthalmic surgeries; and devise and provide post-operative treatment plans.

The intern will be expected to give a minimum of two continuing education lectures and perform a research project that should be accepted for publication in a peer-reviewed journal prior to the completion of the internship.

All applicants must have successfully completed a 1-year rotating internship, have a DVM/VMD or equivalent degree, and passed the NAVLE. A NJ veterinary license is required and can be obtained after the start of the internship if necessary.

Application Process: Interested applicants should submit the following items:

  1. Letter of intent discussing professional interests and goals
  2. Curriculum Vitae
  3. Veterinary school transcript (does not need to be official copy)
  4. 2-3 letters of reference

Applicants may be interviewed via phone, zoom, and/or in person as requested.

Compensation: Salary plus medical benefits, 2 weeks vacation, and CE allowance.

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