The Veterinary Office Manager is responsible for the overall management of the veterinary office. They will oversee the daily operations of the office, including scheduling appointments, managing staff, and handling finances. They will also be responsible for maintaining records and ensuring that all legal requirements are met. The Office Manager will need to have excellent communication and organizational skills.

Veterinary Office Manager Job Responsibilities

  • Hiring and training new office staff
  • Creating and implementing office policies and procedures
  • Managing the dayto-day operations of the veterinary office
  • Supervising veterinary technicians and receptionists
  • Handling customer inquiries and complaints
  • Scheduling appointments and managing patient records
  • Processing invoices and payments
  • ordering supplies and equipment for the office


  • To manage the daily operations of a veterinary office and ensure smooth running of all aspects of the business.
  • To oversee reception, scheduling, recordkeeping, financial management, and customer service in the office.
  • To maintain excellent standards of care for all patients and provide support to the veterinarians and staff.
  • To develop and implement systems and procedures to improve efficiency and productivity in the office.
  • To cultivate positive relationships with clients, referring veterinarians, and other members of the animal health care team.

Veterinary Office Manager Job Skills & Qualifications Needed

  • The skills and qualifications needed for the role of veterinary office manager include excellent communication and organizational skills, as well as experience in managing a medical office. A bachelor's degree in business administration or a related field is also preferred.