The Rhinebeck Equine, LLP Practice Manager is charged with the responsibilities of managing the day-to-day operations of an equine hospital and ambulatory practice, providing support, and being an advocate for all staff. The Practice Manager has direct or consultative authority and decision-making responsibilities including, but not limited to, human resources management, hospital scheduling and workflow, client satisfaction, general operations, accounting functions, and general building and equipment maintenance.
The Practice Manager works closely with the practice ownership and management teams to execute the mission and vision of the practice. The Practice Manager must recognize their important role as part of the overall practice team and as such, must set an example for others. A high level of discretion, diplomacy, and confidentiality are required in this role. The Practice Manager is expected to lead our team to attain excellent client service and patient care.
Assist the Pharmacy Manager with inventory control and management
Client relations management
Supervise facilities management
Education & Experience:
College degree in Business, Veterinary Science, Healthcare Administration or similar
3+ years of management experience and/or training or a combination of education and experience are required.
Must be able to provide leadership to create an environment that promotes teamwork.
Experience with the veterinary, medical, or equine industries is preferred, but not essential.
Familiarity with HVMS practice management software (PMS) is a plus.
About Rhinebeck Equine
Rhinebeck Equine is the largest equine referral and ambulatory hospital in the Hudson Valley with board-certified specialists in surgery, internal medicine, theriogenology, and ophthalmology practicing out of a 27 stall facility and experienced ambulatory clinicians covering a 50-mile radius. Our mission is to provide a supportive environment and good work-life balance resulting in employees who provide our clients with an exceptional experience in all facets of our practice. Eleven staff veterinarians and five interns provide routine, emergency, and specialty coverage for a wide range of breeds and disciplines in the beautiful Hudson River Valley about 2 hours north of New York City.