Veterinary Sonographer - Shrewsbury, MA
Veterinary Emergency Group

Shrewsbury, Massachusetts

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Veterinary Emergency Group (VEG) is revolutionizing the Veterinary Emergency experience. Our mission is to help people and their pets when they need it most. Emergency is our middle name. It's all we do, so we do it best.

The way that Veterinary Emergency was meant to be is now a reality. We are reimagining every part of the process with a unique customer experience, a highly trained emergency focused staff, and on-site advanced diagnostic tools and treatments. Our patients see a doctor right away and clients can stay with their pet through every step of the process. We literally tear down old walls to unite customers with their VEGgie heroes and to see the amazing work they do. We liberate our employees to be all they can be. We brush away systems that don't make sense. We crush old rules. We make new rules.


At VEG, we want people and their pets to feel safe, secure, and valued. We aim for our employees to feel the same way. We lead with our values of togetherness, openness, heroic helping, and meaningful moments. We are actively evolving to ensure that VEG is not only the best and brightest place to come work today, but also a leader in how we think about talent and development so that our employees grow along with us. For our customers and their pets, we find a way to say, "Yes". We do the same for our employees.


This role focuses on ultrasound support for VEG hospitals and training facilities. You will work closely with emergency doctors to provide same-day ultrasound scans for pets when they need it most. You will also assist in coordinating education opportunities and overall ultrasound training for your home and regional hospitals. You will inspire and motivate your fellow VEGgies to grow their ultrasound skills.


We are looking for an individual that is passionate and motivated. Someone that values learning and is an honest, respectful team player. They love what they do. They love working with animals and people. They are comfortable adapting to new scenarios, willing to learn new techniques, and think outside the box. Someone with excellent interpersonal skills that is happy to pitch in wherever and whenever they are needed, and does so with a positive attitude. They demonstrate the ability to accomplish assigned tasks and know when to ask for assistance. They display excellent communication skills to their peers, customers, and team.


  • Perform ultrasound studies and facilitate ultrasound training at your home hospital and regional hospitals
  • Maintain good relationships with and accept feedback from teleconsultation radiologists reading your studies (e.g., Antech, SonoPath, IDEXX, VetsChoice, etc.)
  • Ensure all training content and activities are in alignment with VEG culture, mission, and vision, and represent accurate, up-to-date sonographic techniques
  • Track doctor and nursing team skills with a VEG Ultrasound Certificate checklist
  • Engage in self-reflection and program evaluation practices to modify and enhance VEG's ultrasound training programs
  • Regularly meet with the medical directors, VNDCs, and director of radiology education to discuss program development, training objectives, and additional needs
  • Regularly meet with hospital manager and medical director to discuss implementation of new training protocols, training schedules, hospital training needs, and interpersonal concerns
  • Coordinate weekly schedule with hospital manager and medical director to work on-the-floor shifts and dedicate time to training responsibilities
  • May assist in developing ultrasound curriculum material, as needed, such as PowerPoints, videos, simulations, and assessments to be implemented across the doctor and nursing team training programs
  • May have the opportunity to provide educational demonstrations for doctors and nurses at other VEGs including ultrasound topics such as abdominal, thoracic, cardiac, cervical, and musculoskeletal studies

  • Full-time employment and benefits with VEG
  • Patience to train and develop doctors, nurses, and fellow sonographers
  • Previous experience in a training role
  • >3 years veterinary ultrasound experience
  • Credentials as a veterinary technician (LVT/CVT/RVT/LVMT), diagnostic medical sonographer (RDMS), AND/OR equivalent experience (e.g., sonographer course certificates)
  • Comfort mentoring others and giving/receiving feedback from colleagues
  • A positive and friendly personality
  • The ability to adapt to changing environments
  • Embraced The VEG Way and be excited to share your perspective and experience
  • The ability to recognize and celebrate other VEGgies' success when they see it
  • Eagerness to continue to grow as a sonographer through developing personal skills and knowledge
  • Desire to travel to regional hospitals and off-site training facilities (e.g., Fort Collins, CO, Las Vegas, NV, White Plains, NY etc.)

  • Position is based out of White Plains, NY
  • Startup office culture (casual attire, dog-friendly, snacks & all the coffee/tea you could dream of)
  • Medical, Dental and Vision benefits beginning day 1 of employment!
  • 401K with company match
  • 10 weeks of parental leave with 100% pay
  • Monthly cell phone reimbursement and company laptop
  • Casual office attire, dog friendly, and a kitchen full of snacks and beverages!

VEG celebrates diversity and is committed to creating an inclusive workplace that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. You've found the equal opportunity employer you are looking for. We can't wait to meet you!

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