Veterinary Assistant Interview Questions
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Tell me about your favorite job. What did you like most about it?
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I really enjoy dentals because you can see instant results.
I was most satisfied working as a para-educator in the autism unit at Cooper High School because it was truly satisfying to help those children learn important life skills, social skills and academic skills. I remember on the last day of school, the young man in which I worked with one-on-one had received the highest grade in the class on his history final. There's nothing more satisfying than helping people or animals become better at something in which they have struggled.
My current position as a veterinary receptionist has been my most satisfying job so far.
Probably my position at Sally's. It involved a lot learning and problem solving. Also we had a ton of instore projects that I could constantly stay busy with. To top it off we always had customers. I love meeting new people, but being a beauty supply shop we had regulars that I could get to know like friends!
Any job where I helped animals directly or indirectly. I love my volunteer positions where I socialize animals and clean their cages, because I get an immediate sense of reward. I can see how I am affecting them and helping them.
Helping animals and being outdoors.
My first and only job was working in a daycare. And honestly I love it but was something different more challenging.
I was highly satisfied when I volunteered at the Durham Humane Society doing dog walking, as well as other duties.
I like to help animals and see them recover.
The job in which I have been the most satisfied working was when I was a para-educator in the autism unit at Cooper High School because I acted as a caretaker and a helper to those students. In fact, on the last day of school, I learned that the young man in which I worked one-on-one with received the highest grade in the class on his history final. Care giving jobs are definitely the most rewarding.