Part Time or Full Time - Any experience level considered
DVM or equivalent
Who are we and where are we located?: We are are growing hospital located in beautiful Grays Harbor County, on the Western Washington coast. The Olymic Peninsula is one of Washington State’s premier vacation destinations.Wilderness envelops most of the Olympic Peninsula, an unrefined and enchanting place that promises craggy, snow-capped peaks, pristine evergreen forests, and driftwood-covered coastlines. This is a wonderland where the scent of saltwater and pine hang in the air and the horizon sometimes seems to make the entire world appear to be shades of blue and green. Historic lighthouses, seaports, and tidal pools trim its shores and a majestic mountain range rises up from its heart.Located two hours away from beautiful Portland Oregon to the south or Seattle to the north, with the beautiful capitol of Olympia nestled between the two. The proximity to shopping, fine dining, hiking, skiing, fishing, beach combing….is right at your backdoor.
A Day in The Life of our Veterinarians: As a veterinary team member, it’s less about the job description, and more about the opportunity to contribute your unique skills and expertise to your team while developing your veterinary career. Our DVMs support our hospitals and the communities we serve by: •Practicing ethical veterinary medicine according to all applicable laws and codes •Using evidence-based medicine, education, and experience to provide the highest quality preventive care, diagnoses and treatment services for every pet you see •Performing all common surgeries, including use of all standard medical instruments and equipment •Partnering with clients to plan follow-up visits, provide home-care instructions, and education to ensure the long-term health of their pets •Maintaining relevant, comprehensive medical records with the support of practice systems and dedicated support teams •Fostering an effective veterinary support team by communicating medical standards, ethical practices, and your unique veterinary knowledge and experience
Washington State veterinary license
Additional Salary Information: Caring for Those Who Care: Benefits for our Veterinarians
We believe in rewarding those who provide compassionate pet health care with a genuine approach to personal wellness and professional development. Because of our extensive support structure, we offer a wide array of benefits and programs that help you take care of yourself and your family.We additionally cover cost of all applicable licensure, certificates and insurance. Personal Health, Savings, and Wellness Benefits. All Associate DVMs receive competitive salaries in addition to a number of health and insurance benefits, ranging from retirement participation to Liability Malpractice insurance. We also encourage you to take full advantage of work-life balance programs including paid vacation that helps you maintain a balance of work, play, and rest.
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College of Veterinary Medicine 1365 Gortner Avenue St. Paul, MN 55108 Academic & Student Affairs: 612-624-4747 Public Relations: 612-624-6228 Dean’s Office: 612-624-6244