Employment Opportunity: Senior Hospital Technician (FT/P)

Employment Opportunity: Senior Hospital Technician
Employer: Brendan W. Furlong, M.V.B., Equine Veterinarian, P.A.
Employment start date: July 15, 2020

B.W. Furlong & Associates is an equine veterinary practice headquartered in Oldwick, NJ. The practice employs 17 veterinarians that practice in the Northeast, as well as 3 that practice in Florida and Virginia under the name Peak Performance Equine Services. It is an extremely fast-paced and busy practice, serving and caring for some of the most prestigious clientele in the country. The main practice consists of a full service ambulatory division, as well as a 4 acre facility that houses a full service 12 stall hospital, stallion collection station, lab, and advanced imaging capabilities. It also has separate properties that include a standing MRI and a rehabilitation center. During the winter months, members of the practice transition to Wellington, FL to cover the Winter Equestrian Festival. Employees of the company are all expected to demonstrate the core beliefs.

Summary: This role is suited for an individual looking to make significant contributions to a thriving and dynamic equine hospital. The right candidate will enjoy playing an active role in all aspects of patient care and working with a number of veterinarians and technicians. Responsibilities may be expanded or modified based on the skills and abilities demonstrated by the person hired. Must be able to operate independently, supervise and train others when necessary, fully participate as a team member, build relationships across the practice, follow directions, take initiative, and demonstrate strict attention to detail with every action. Must be willing to accept challenges as well as perform the most basic tasks. As a Senior Hospital Technician, it is expected that you will begin contributing to the practice immediately, requiring minimal training and oversight. If you like a fast-paced, medically intensive environment, have a natural compassion for patients, clients and staff, and are committed to providing exceptional equine patient care, we welcome your application!  

Responsibilities

  • Provide and document patient care for hospitalized cases, including, but not limited to, preparing and administering medications (oral, IV, IM), performing exams and monitoring patients, placing IV catheters, passing nasogastric tubes, running IV fluids, and assisting with diagnostic procedures
  • Setup and assist with in-patient and out-patient procedures, including, but not limited to, lameness exams, pre-purchase examinations, internal medicine cases, and diagnostic imaging. This would include proficiently handling, lunging, jogging, and restraining horses, preparing patients for procedures, and managing and maintaining equipment and medical records
  • Participate in elective and emergent surgeries, rotating either as a surgery technician or  anesthesia technician
  • Oversight of isolation caseload, to include adherence to all necessary biosecurity protocols and treatment plans
  • Assist with care for patients, including, but not limited to, grooming, feeding, mucking out, cleaning feed & water buckets, and turning out
  • Capable of heavy lifting of approximately 50 pounds, such as hay bales, feed bags, water and muck buckets 
  • Additional responsibilities as assigned

Qualifications

  • Minimum two years working in an equine hospital in a similar role
  • CVT/LVT preferred
  • Excellent horse handling skills are mandatory, including handling of fractious or sedated horses, mares, foals; proficiency in hand jogging and lunging horses (references required)
  • Proactive problem solver
  • Responds effectively in patient/client emergency situations
  • Thrives in a high-pressure, fast paced environment
  • Exceptional communication skills; with vets, techs, clients, across multiple mediums (spelling and grammar count!)
  • An outstanding team attitude and work ethic
  • Time management and multitasking skills
  • Contagious positive attitude
  • Quick-thinker, self-motivated, and a fast learner

Hours are Monday-Friday, approximately 8:00a-5:00p, with average one night on call each week (5p-8a). Benefits include hourly salary commensurate with experience, 401K, profit sharing, Health Insurance, and discounted veterinary services and products.

Brendan W. Furlong, M.V.B., Equine Veterinarian, P.A., d/b/a B.W. Furlong & Associates,  provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, religion, age, disability, gender identity, results of genetic testing, or service in the military. Equal employment opportunity applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leave of absence, compensation, and training.

Please submit your cover letter and resume via email to Kim Reitmeyer, Human Resources & Administrative Manager, at hiring@bwfurlong.com

Employment Opportunity: Hospital Technician (FT/P)

Employment Opportunity: Hospital Technician
Employer: Brendan W. Furlong, M.V.B., Equine Veterinarian, P.A.
Employment start date: July 6, 2020
Employment Status: Full time, permanent

B.W. Furlong & Associates is an equine veterinary practice headquartered in Oldwick, NJ. The practice employs 17 veterinarians that practice in the Northeast, as well as 3 that practice in Florida and Virginia under the name Peak Performance Equine Services. It is an extremely fast-paced and busy practice, serving and caring for some of the most prestigious clientele in the country. The main practice consists of a full service ambulatory division, as well as a 4 acre facility that houses a full service 12 stall hospital, stallion collection station, lab, and advanced imaging capabilities. It also has separate properties that include a standing MRI and a rehabilitation center. During the winter months, members of the practice transition to Wellington, FL to cover the Winter Equestrian Festival. Employees of the company are all expected to demonstrate the core beliefs.

Responsibilities

  • Patients & Hospital
    • Provide treatments for hospital cases, including, but not limited to, preparing and administering medications, performing physical exams, placing catheters, running fluids, and assisting with diagnostics.
    • Setup & prepare all medications and treatments for overnight treatments
    • Setup & assist with out-patient exams, including, but not limited to, joint injections, lameness exams, pre-purchase examinations, internal medicine cases, and diagnostic imaging. 
    • Nuclear scintigraphy: prepare patient for procedure, perform the procedure, and maintain diligent record-keeping (e.g. medical records and invoices)
    • Assist veterinarians with in-patient exams and procedures. 
    • Care for patients, including, but not limited to, grooming, feeding, mucking out, cleaning feed & water buckets, and turning out
    • Assist with after-hours emergency admissions
    • Provide tech coverage for surgery (growth opportunity)
    • Record treatments and observations in medical records
    • Disinfect & clean hospital areas 
    • Additional responsibilities as needed 
  • Lab & Equipment
    • Care for all imaging equipment (clean/charge/organize), and archive images
    • Sterilize all instruments and equipment
    • Run in-house labs or prepare samples for reference lab submission
    • Additional responsibilities as needed 

Qualifications

  • Excellent horse-horse handling skills are mandatory, including handling of fractious horses, ability to jog horses in hand, and proficiency in lunging horses
  • An outstanding team attitude, work ethic, and desire to learn
  • Minimum one year working as a technician in an equine hospital, or two years working as an (ambulatory) equine veterinary assistant  is strongly preferred, although we are willing to train someone with extensive horse background (non medical) and a desire to learn
  • Post high-school education in equine studies or veterinary technician license (LVT) is preferred
  • Good time management and multitasking skills
  • Ability to work independently
  • Capable of handling patient emergency situations
  • Capable of heavy lifting, including hay bales, feed bags, and muck buckets

Hours are as follows: Wednesday 2p-8p, Thurs-Fri 8a-8p, and Saturday 7a-5p. One to two nights on call each week (5p-8a) is also required, as is some flexibility in scheduling and overtime needs. Benefits include attractive hourly pay commensurate with experience, 401K, profit sharing, Health Insurance, and discounted veterinary services and products.

Brendan W. Furlong, MVB, Equine Veterinarian, P.A, d/b/a B.W. Furlong & Associates, provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, religion, age, disability, gender identity, results of genetic testing, or service in the military. Equal employment opportunity applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leave of absence, compensation, and training.

Please submit your cover letter and resume via email to Kim Reitmeyer, Human Resources & Administrative Manager, at hiring@bwfurlong.com.

Employment Opportunity: Emergency Associate (After-Hours Only)

Employment Opportunity: Emergency Associate
Employer: Brendan W. Furlong, MVB, Equine Veterinarian, PA
Employment start date: July 1, 2020
Employment Status: Permanent

B.W. Furlong & Associates is an equine veterinary practice headquartered in Oldwick, NJ. The practice employs 17 veterinarians that practice in the Northeast, as well as 3 that practice in Florida and Virginia under the name Peak Performance Equine Services. It is an extremely fast-paced and busy practice, serving and caring for some of the most prestigious clientele in the country. The main practice consists of a full service ambulatory division, as well as a 4 acre facility that houses a full service 12 stall hospital, stallion collection station, lab, and advanced imaging capabilities. It also has separate properties that include a standing MRI and a rehabilitation center. During the winter months, members of the practice transition to Wellington, FL to cover the Winter Equestrian Festival. Employees of the company are all expected to demonstrate the core beliefs.

Responsibilities and Qualifications
B.W. Furlong & Associates is looking to fill an associate role with a specific focus on providing emergency coverage for the practice. The associate will exclusively take emergency appointments outside of normal business hours (weekends and weeknights); scheduling can be flexible based on the candidate’s needs. Caseload will be varied, from Coggins and health certificates to lameness evaluations, wound management, and colic workups. While this position will be primarily considered as an ambulatory role, the associate will periodically be responsible for admitting emergency cases into the hospital. The associate will be an integral part of the veterinary team, communicating with the entire ambulatory team and the internal medicine specialist and surgeon.

The practice is looking for a self-motivated individual who has completed an internship or been in practice for 1-2 years while covering a similar caseload. This position is ideal for a veterinarian looking to gain further experience working with a close-knit team that provides specialization in a number of different fields, or for someone looking for a part time role that allows balance with other areas of life. The ideal candidate must have exceptional interpersonal and organizational skills, a positive attitude, and a commitment to providing world class care for our patients. The candidate should be proficient in basic diagnostic workup of lameness or illness, radiography, and traditional emergency services. Candidate will be required to obtain a New Jersey license.

Benefits & Application
Benefits include competitive salary commensurate with experience, bonuses for emergency services, 401K/profit sharing, health insurance, and discounted veterinary services and products. A stocked ambulatory vehicle (with vet box) and cell phone are both provided. Please 

Brendan W. Furlong, MVB, Equine Veterinarian, P.A, d/b/a B.W. Furlong & Associates, provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, religion, age, disability, gender identity, results of genetic testing, or service in the military. Equal employment opportunity applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leave of absence, compensation, and training.

Please submit your cover letter and resume via email to Kim Reitmeyer, Human Resources & Administrative Manager, at hiring@bwfurlong.com

Employment Opportunity: Associate Veterinarian

Employment Opportunity: Associate Veterinarian
Employer: Brendan W. Furlong, MVB, Equine Veterinarian, PA
Employment start date: August 1, 2020
Employment Status: Permanent

B.W. Furlong & Associates is an equine veterinary practice headquartered in Oldwick, NJ. The practice employs 17 veterinarians that practice in the Northeast, as well as 3 that practice in Florida and Virginia under the name Peak Performance Equine Services. It is an extremely fast-paced and busy practice, serving and caring for some of the most prestigious clientele in the country. The main practice consists of a full service ambulatory division, as well as a 4 acre facility that houses a full service 12 stall hospital, stallion collection station, lab, and advanced imaging capabilities. It also has separate properties that include a standing MRI and a rehabilitation center. During the winter months, members of the practice transition to Wellington, FL to cover the Winter Equestrian Festival. Employees of the company are all expected to demonstrate the core beliefs.

Responsibilities and Qualifications
B.W. Furlong & Associates is looking to fill a full time associate role with an emphasis on general practice, including emergency coverage. Caseload is highly varied, from wellness exams and general health appointments, to lameness evaluations, wound management, and colic workups. While this position will be primarily considered as an ambulatory role, the associate will periodically be responsible for admitting emergency cases into the hospital and has access to full hospital services. The associate will be an integral part of the veterinary team, communicating with the entire ambulatory team and our board-certified sports medicine and rehabilitation specialist, internal medicine specialist, and surgeon.

The practice is looking for a self-motivated individual with significant equine experience. An internship or early career experience is preferred but not required. This position is ideal for a veterinarian looking to gain further experience in a general practice role while having the opportunity to learn from a close-knit team that provides specialization in a number of different fields. The candidate must have exceptional interpersonal and organizational skills, a positive attitude, and a commitment to providing world class care for our patients. Candidate will be required to obtain a New Jersey and Pennsylvania license.

Benefits & Application
Benefits include competitive salary commensurate with experience, bonuses for emergency services, 401K/profit sharing, health insurance, and discounted veterinary services and products. A stocked ambulatory vehicle (with vet box) and cell phone are both provided.

Brendan W. Furlong, MVB, Equine Veterinarian, P.A, d/b/a B.W. Furlong & Associates, provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, religion, age, disability, gender identity, results of genetic testing, or service in the military. Equal employment opportunity applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leave of absence, compensation, and training.

Please submit your cover letter and resume via email to Kim Reitmeyer, Human Resources & Administrative Manager, at hiring@bwfurlong.com

Employment Opportunity: Overnight Hospital Technician

Employment Opportunity: Overnight Hospital Technician
Employer: Brendan W. Furlong, M.V.B., Equine Veterinarian, P.A.
Employment start date: June 2020
Employment Status: PT/FT Non-exempt

B.W. Furlong & Associates is an equine veterinary practice headquartered in Oldwick, NJ. The practice employs 17 veterinarians that practice in the Northeast, as well as 3 that practice in Florida and Virginia under the name Peak Performance Equine Services. The businesses staff between 20-30 employees that work in roles to support the veterinarians. It is an extremely fast-paced and busy practice, serving and caring for some of the most prestigious clientele in the country. The main practice consists of a full service ambulatory division, as well as a 4 acre facility that houses a full service 12 stall hospital, isolation barn, lab, and advanced imaging capabilities. It also has separate properties that include a standing MRI and a rehabilitation center. Employees of the company are all expected to demonstrate the core beliefs.

Responsibilities

  • Provide treatments for hospital cases, including, but not limited to, preparing and administering oral and IV medications, performing physical exams, placing IV catheters, running fluids, changing bandages and assisting with diagnostics.
  • Assist veterinarians with any emergency procedures.
  • Care for patients, such as feeding and mucking out
  • Assist with after-hours emergency admissions
  • Record patient treatments and observations in medical records
  • Monitor mares & foals (during breeding season), including assisting with foaling, nursing, milking the mares, and handling newborns
  • Adhere to all biosecurity protocols, such as correct use of protective gear, proper cleaning and sterilization of instruments and equipment, and appropriate disposal of materials and inventory
  • Communicate effectively with veterinarians regarding patient status as instructed
  • Sterilize all instruments and equipment
  • Run and properly document in-house labs as necessary
  • Admit and prep all other samples for testing and analysis
  • When necessary, assist with emergency surgeries (eligibility to be determined by surgical staff) – once deemed eligible, may participate as an on-call surgical technician to cover other shifts (additional income and growth opportunity)
  • Additional responsibilities as needed 

Qualifications

  • Excellent horse-handling skills are mandatory, including handling of fractious horses, ability to jog horses in hand, and proficiency in lunging horses
  • An outstanding team attitude, work ethic, and desire to learn
  • Experience working as a technician or veterinary assistant in an equine hospital is strongly preferred, although we are willing to train someone with an extensive non medical horse background
  • Post high-school education in equine studies or veterinary technician license (LVT) is preferred
  • Good time management and multitasking skills
  • Knowledge of biosecurity and isolation protocols a plus
  • Ability to work independently
  • Capable of handling patient emergency situations
  • Capable of heavy lifting, including hay bales, feed bags, and muck buckets

This position is based in Oldwick, NJ. The shift would be 10p-6a for 3-4 days per week. Work days will include weekends and occasional holidays. Minimum weekly shift to include 1-2 weekend nights and 1-2 weekday nights with some flexibility required. We anticipate overnight coverage will require approximately 40 hours per week, with the possibility of additional overtime hours during peak periods. Benefits include competitive hourly pay commensurate with experience (20-$25/hr) and discounted veterinary services and products.

Brendan W. Furlong, M.V.B., Equine Veterinarian, P.A., d/b/a B.W. Furlong & Associates,  provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, religion, age, disability, gender identity, results of genetic testing, or service in the military. Equal employment opportunity applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leave of absence, compensation, and training.

Please submit your cover letter and resume via email to Kim Reitmeyer, Human Resources & Administrative Manager, at hiring@bwfurlong.com

Employment Opportunity: Associate Veterinarian

Employment Opportunity: Emergency Associate
Employer: Brendan W. Furlong, MVB, Equine Veterinarian, PA
Employment start date: July 1, 2020
Employment Status: Permanent

B.W. Furlong & Associates is an equine veterinary practice headquartered in Oldwick, NJ. The practice employs 17 veterinarians that practice in the Northeast, as well as 3 that practice in Florida and Virginia under the name Peak Performance Equine Services. It is an extremely fast-paced and busy practice, serving and caring for some of the most prestigious clientele in the country. The main practice consists of a full service ambulatory division, as well as a 4 acre facility that houses a full service 12 stall hospital, stallion collection station, lab, and advanced imaging capabilities. It also has separate properties that include a standing MRI and a rehabilitation center. During the winter months, members of the practice transition to Wellington, FL to cover the Winter Equestrian Festival. Employees of the company are all expected to demonstrate the core beliefs.

Responsibilities and Qualifications
B.W. Furlong & Associates is looking to fill an associate role with a specific focus on providing emergency coverage for the practice. The associate will take add-on and emergency appointments throughout the afternoon and into the evening. Caseload will be varied, from coggins and health certificates to lameness evaluations, wound management, and colic workups. While this position will be primarily considered as an ambulatory role, the associate will periodically (depending on scheduling) be responsible for admitting emergency cases into the hospital. The associate will work alongside the entire ambulatory team, as well as internal medicine specialist and surgeon, to provide appropriate care for each case.

The practice is looking for a self-motivated individual who has completed an internship or been in practice for 1-2 years while covering a similar caseload. This position is ideal for a veterinarian looking to gain further experience in a general practice role while having the opportunity to learn from a close-knit team that provides specialization in a number of different fields. The ideal candidate must have exceptional interpersonal and organizational skills, a positive attitude, and a commitment to providing world class care for our patients. The candidate should be proficient in basic diagnostic workup of lameness or illness, radiography, and traditional emergency services. Candidate will be required to obtain a New Jersey and Pennsylvania license.

Benefits & Application
Benefits include competitive salary commensurate with experience, bonuses for emergency services, 401K/profit sharing, health insurance, and discounted veterinary services and products. A stocked ambulatory vehicle (with vet box) and cell phone are both provided.

Brendan W. Furlong, MVB, Equine Veterinarian, P.A, d/b/a B.W. Furlong & Associates, provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, religion, age, disability, gender identity, results of genetic testing, or service in the military. Equal employment opportunity applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leave of absence, compensation, and training.

Please submit your cover letter and resume via email to Kim Reitmeyer, Human Resources & Administrative Manager, at hiring@bwfurlong.com

COVID-19 Policy Update 3/23

All in-clinic hospital appointments will be “curbside check-in/check-out” only. Please stay in your vehicle and call the front office (908)439-2821 to announce arrival at our entry gate.

Farm call appointments: please ensure horse/pony is in stall ready to be seen and that no one is in close proximity (unless absolutely necessary for appointment).

Further instruction will be given when appointments are made.

Thank you for your cooperation and support in keeping our staff safe while caring for all our precious patients.

COVID-19 Policy Update

As the entire world works to limit the spread of COVID-19, B.W. Furlong & Associates is committed to taking an active role in reducing the impact of the virus in our communities. We are, without compromise, focused on the wellbeing of our staff, our patients, and our clients. At this time we are continuing to see patients. To protect the safety and wellbeing of our team, we will be implementing some precautionary changes to mitigate the risk of exposure of COVID-19. These changes are based on best practices from the CDC, WHO, and local and state officials.

  1. We have asked staff experiencing any illness to remain at home until they have been symptom free, without medication, for 24 hours.
  2. We have increased sanitation and disinfection protocols throughout all areas of the hospital and in all ambulatory vehicles.
  3. We are requesting clients reduce hospital visits to only essential individuals, and to limit direct, physical interaction with staff. In an effort to reduce interactions, the waiting room has been closed; we will ask that clients simply drop their horse off and then return home. Our doctors and team will continue to provide constant communication and updates via phone.
  4. We have reduced staffing in all areas to limit interactions, and reduce foot-traffic between departments. Simultaneously, we have increased shift schedules, to ensure patient care is not affected.
  5. Ambulatory doctors and technicians will continue to provide services in the field, but will practice good safe physical distance and limit all person to person contact.
  6. If you have any appointment scheduled, but are experiencing flu-like symptoms, have recently been exposed to COVID-19, or have traveled internationally in the past 2 weeks, please alert our staff prior to the appointment/prior to arrival.

We appreciate your patience and understanding during this time. We realize that best practices and information continue to be updated, so we will continue to monitor the situation carefully. Updates will circulate through all channels as they become available.

Best wishes and safe health to your friends and family, both two legged and four,

Brendan Furlong, MVB, MRCVS
President

Adam Furlong
Vice-President, Operations

COVID-19 Statement

The practice continues to monitor best practices advised throughout the states that we currently offer services with regards to COVID-19. Although we are currently not making any changes to our offerings, please be considerate of the health and welfare of our staff and patients by restricting contact with our staff if you are ill (coughing, fever, flu-like symptoms) so we can continue to provide care to our precious patients. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.

Employment Opportunity: Ambulatory Technician (FT/P) (FILLED)

STATUS: FILLED
Employment Opportunity:
Ambulatory Technician
Employer: Brendan W. Furlong, MVB, Equine Veterinarian, P.A.
Employment start date: April 1, 2020, Full-Time in Oldwick, NJ
Employment Status: Full time, Regular

B.W. Furlong & Associates is an equine veterinary practice headquartered in Oldwick, NJ. The practice employs 17 veterinarians that practice in the Northeast, as well as 3 that practice in Florida and Virginia under the name Peak Performance Equine Services. It is an extremely fast-paced and busy practice, serving and caring for some of the most prestigious clientele in the country. The main practice consists of a full service ambulatory division, as well as a 4 acre facility that houses a full service 12 stall hospital, stallion collection station, lab, and advanced imaging capabilities. It also has separate properties that include a standing MRI and a rehabilitation center. During the winter months, members of the practice transition to Wellington, FL to cover the Winter Equestrian Festival. Employees of the company are all expected to demonstrate the core beliefs.

Responsibilities

  • Assist veterinarian with ambulatory and hospital caseload, including, but not limited to, joint injections, lameness exams, pre-purchase examinations, and imaging. This would include handling, lunging, and jogging horses, prepping joints, preparing & using diagnostic imaging equipment, etc.
  • Stock and manage ambulatory inventory & equipment
  • Manage daily schedule and appointments, including scheduling follow-ups and phone calls
  • Operate ImproMed Equine software to track and maintain up-to-date client history, reports, appointments, and invoices
  • Run in-house labs or prepare IDEXX samples to go out
  • Communicate effectively with clients
  • Travel to Florida for the winter season approx. January – March (housing provided)
  • Additional responsibilities as needed

Qualifications

  • Excellent horse-horse handling skills are mandatory, including handling of sedated horses, ability to jog horses in hand, and proficiency in lunging horses
  • An outstanding team attitude, work ethic, and desire to learn
  • Education & work background in equine medicine & care
  • Good time management and multitasking skills
  • Technologically proficient
  • Excellent handling emergency situations
  • Capable of heavy lifting, including hay bales, feed bags, and muck buckets

Hours are Monday – Friday, ~ 8a-5p, with occasional overtime required. Benefits include hourly salary commensurate with experience, 401K, profit sharing, Health Insurance, and discounted veterinary services and products.

Brendan W. Furlong, Equine Veterinarian, P.A./d.b.a. B. W. Furlong & Associates,  provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, religion, age, disability, gender identity, results of genetic testing, or service in the military. Equal employment opportunity applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leave of absence, compensation, and training.

Please submit your cover letter and resume via email to Kim Reitmeyer, Human Resources & Administrative Manager, at hiring@bwfurlong.com