Part Time or Full Time - Any experience level considered
DVM or equivalent
Seeking a compassionate second veterinarian to work up to four days per week in our spay/neuter/wellness clinic.
We have a modern surgery room and prep room, an INCREDIBLE team, and provide value-added services to our clients as part of their visit (basic dental, full exams, etc.). Many of the clients that we see have never had their pet to a Veterinarian before, and our focus is simply on providing the most and best possible care to each pet while they are in our care. Our emphasis is on the quality of care provided, not quantity.
We are located half way between Nashville and Knoxville, Tennessee right off of Interstate 40. The Upper Cumberland is a beautiful region, with charming towns, access to multiple state parks, rivers, lakes and forests and offers a laid-back, low cost of living.
The best thing that our clinic will offer you is a good quality of life. No holidays. No Weekends. No on-call. Hours are typically 9:00AM-2:30PM Tuesday-Friday. Starting Salary $60-$70,000 per year.
We are seeking someone with a passion for animals and animal welfare. We serve many shelters and rescues, work with neighboring county spay/neuter assistance groups, along with working directly with the public.
We are a 501C3 non-profit organization. Our spay/neuter program started in 2000, and we opened our clinic in 2007. If you feel you may be a good fit, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (931) 261-7045.
About Major Michael Shipley Memorial Spay Neuter Clinic - a project of the Humane Society of Putnam County
The Humane Society of Putnam County is dedicated to educating the public and promoting the benefits of spaying and neutering of pets. The mission of the Society is to provide a non-lethal, responsible solution to pet overpopulation in the fourteen counties of the Upper Cumberland region of Middle Tennessee. The Society provides affordable spay and neuter services to surrounding regions, and subsidizes services with grants and donations for those who cannot afford our modest prices.