Are you creative and innovative? Do you have ideas about how to better deliver veterinary medicine to our clients and patients? Would you enjoy variety in your day? Can you relate to people and enjoy forming that bond of trust between client and veterinarian? Do you want to be appreciated for your knowledge and expertise? Might you have special areas of interest inside the scope of small animal medicine that you'd like to be able to pursue? Are you interested in being that family pet doctor whose opinion is highly valued by clients who are well bonded to your practice? Do you enjoy the idea of having a say in the direction of the clinic? Are you tired of being over worked and under appreciated? If you answer yes to any of these questions, we'd love to talk with you about a position as an associate veterinarian with us. We are a companion animal veterinary service in St. Clair County that offers in clinic and house call services. As a small independently owned company, we offer exceptional flexibility in scheduling and the ability to pursue specific interests inside veterinary medicine. There is room to pursue practicing the art of veterinary medicine with your own personal flair and passion. We understand the demands of family and personal interests and make every effort to allow for a healthy work/life balance. We are small enough to offer the comfort of a work family while still pursuing the goal of quality veterinary medicine. Our culture is very compassionate and we have extraordinary interpersonnel relationships in the office. Our veterinarians are able to work the schedule that fits for them and the variety of house calls, in-clinic appointments and occassional telehealth consultations keeps things from becoming too monotonous. Offering services with the human-animal bond at the forefront, we enjoy a great reputation in the community and especially our clientele.
The ideal candidate would be a DVM licensed in Michigan and have great interpersonal and communication skills with both clients and staff. They would be tech savvy and able to keep all electronic records up to date and correspond with clients and staff via email, text (not your personal phone or on personal time), facebook messaging etc. as well as phone and in person. Passionate about preventative medicine and keeping patients "In The Pink" of health, they would embrace client education. They would be proficient in elective soft tissue surgeries - especially spay and neuters. Handling and interactions with patients would be gentle, kind, and efficient. Clinical skills for examinations, diagnosis and treatments of common ailments should be excellent and the willingness to refer to specialists when needed is appreciated. Special areas of interest like dermatology, behavior, senior pet care, chronic disease management, dental care, palliative care, nutrition, and ophthalmology would all be great fits in our practice. However, we would support any personal pursuits within the scope of general practice in small animal veterinary medicine. We desire to support you in your growth and practice as a DVM as you help us to grow as a company and service to the pets in our area. Let us know your ideas and innovations and we can discuss pretty much anything.
Our compensation and benefit package can be tailored to your needs. If you prefer a higher salary and less benefits we can work that out. If you need health insurance and/or other benefits we can figure that out as well. Hourly compensation likely to fall into the $55 - $64 dollar range ($100,000 - $115,000 yearly at 35hr/wk). Higher compensation available for surgery days. We are looking for full time hours of 34+ hours weekly on a schedule that is mutually agreeable. Vacation, sick time, personal time, flex-scheduling, profit sharing, and reimbursement for CE and licensing are available for the right candidate. We have significant potential for growth and your compensation grows with us. Eventual buy-in or purchase is a possiblity.
We look forward to meeting you.
Job ID: 346773453