We are still looking for the perfect vet---you don't have to be perfect in all ways, just perfect for us.
What would make you perfect?
A good sense of humor, desire to learn new things, desire to think outside the box, desire to make a good salary, desire to be mentored one on one by a very experienced vet. Candidate should also have a desire to work on many species.
The job listing is for full time, but part timers are considered.
Why should you consider working for us when there are so many job openings?
First, we are not corporate and will never be corporate. We are a family and take care of each other. We care more about the clients and patients than we do about the bottom line. Money is important, but our philosophy is, if you practice excellent, compassionate medicine, the money will come without even trying.
We have full inhouse blood analyzers, including in house progesterone. digital x-ray, ultrasound, IV fluid pumps, all the necessary equipment to practice good medicine. We do a heavy canine repro load is that is your thing, you will get plenty of experience.
Would love an experienced vet, but would consider new graduate with aptitude and ability to take instruction.
Pay listed is for experienced. Experienced candidate needs to be competent at routine surgery-spay/neuter, mass removal. We can teach you more advanced surgery skills. An experienced candidate should also have the ability to work up internal medicine cases and come up with reasonable treatment plans.
On-site mentoring available from 23 year veteran of emergency medicine, mixed animal medicine and routine medicine. IF you want to learn a lot of cool stuff, this is the place. Our clients can often NOT afford referral, so we do a lot in house that other vets might not try.
Additional Salary Information: Additional stipend offered to cover insurance(liability and health), uniforms, licenses, CE allowance.
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