South Orange County Animal Hospital (www.socvets.com, https://www.instagram.com/socvets/) is searching for a team member to join our growing family. We are searching for a good fit of experience, personality, character, and work ethic that matches our team to help the community, clients, and rescues. This position will expose the veterinarian to significant surgical, medical, and diagnostic procedures.
New graduates are welcome to apply and will receive mentorship (mentorship via Drs. Tani and Kim, collegiate assistance via Drs. Vogel and DeAtley) and significant case exposure with a well equipped hospital. Experienced staff will be expected to maintain the atmosphere of education and growth - to our clients, staff, and rotating third year veterinary students of Western University.
We work hard, we help our community, we help our patients and their owners. We work with local rescues, see our clients, and juggle our lunch all at the same time. If you are a team player, if you are ok with working with rescues and all the joys and frustrations that brings with it, if you are able to hold your own and can maintain the level of medicine and client experience that our hospital prides itself on, please contact us to arrange a tour of our facility, either in person or facetime/skype. If you enjoy working hard, being able to have coworkers that you enjoy working with, and you find fulfillment in working to help your patients and clients - please apply.
Thanks for reading - Drs JKim, ATani, MVogel, ADeAtley and Staff
Able to practice veterinary medicine in California (CA VMB)
Able to maintain leadership role as expected of Veterinarian
Able to perform client and patient care duties of Veterinarian
Able to participate in staff and veterinary student education
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Additional Salary Information: Commensurate on experience, base/production
About South Orange County Animal Hospital
South Orange County Animal Hospital serves Orange County, California. Our comprehensive services include: medical, surgical, diagnostic, preventative care, emergency, rescue and shelter medicine. Our goals are to enhance public education, promote animal and client health, prevent animal suffering, and to assist rescue partners to find forever homes.