Do you love people? Do you have a good sense of humor, and compassion? Did you sit in the back row of your veterinary school lecture hall? Can you believe that people actually pay you to practice veterinary medicine (because it is so much fun)? Are you looking for a practice with experienced technicians to leverage your work, or are you a recent grad looking for mentoring from experienced techs and doctors to help you learn and grow your skills?
If you answered yes to all of these questions, you may just be the associate we are looking for. Love of people is a must (love of animals is assumed), you must have interests outside of work and be willing to have lots of fun everyday while providing high quality, high service care. We are a practice with an amazing clientele. Digital radiography, digital dental radiography, IDEXX integrated lab system including Catalyst, Lasercyte, Snap reader, Petly connected, Sedivue urine analyzer, ultrasound, IDEXX Cornerstone paperless practice all in house. We have a fabulous staff of Certified Vet techs to help you be productive.
If you are stuck in an unhappy practice, get moving and rekindle the joy of practice!!
Full preferred, part time considered. Very flexible time off policy (we take a lot of vacation and we want you to also). Guaranteed base (first year)plus production; subsequent years modified pro-sal. High earning position.
Two to four years or more private practice experience preferred, but recent grads seriously looking for serious mentoring opportunities and interested in learning and gaining knowledge and experience will be considered. Interest in surgery and good solid surgery skills necessary. Great interaction with clients and a love of people a must. Vermont state licensure.
Additional Salary Information: Guaranteed base salary $85,000 plus production. Expected income $110-130,000+ first year.
About Essex Veterinary Center
We are a three doctor practice outside of Burlington, Vermont concentrating on small animals and exotics. A significant portion of our clientele involves small mammals, reptiles, amphibians and birds.