More than 25 million pets live with people in poverty in the U.S. The ASPCA offers veterinarians a rare opportunity to help.
Community medicine is an exciting career path for veterinarians who want to make a difference while mastering a wide range of skills. ASPCA Community Medicine (CM) veterinarians balance their time between two disciplines - general practice and spay/neuter surgery - supporting underserved pet owners at little or no cost to them. CM also provides HQHVSN for community cats and prepare homeless animals for adoption, including graduates of our Kitten Nursery and Animal Recovery Center.
Pay: Earn a competitive salary with terrific benefits - you can work in nonprofit and afford to live in NYC!
Rewarding work: Focus on serving people and pets, not on generating revenue
Mentorship: Receive individualized on-boarding training and support from veterinarians experienced in community medicine and high quality, high volume spay/neuter surgery (HQHVSN); new graduates are welcome - earn a full salary while you learn
Work/life balance: A true 40-hour fixed Tues-Sat schedule - no on-call or overnights Also: 3 weeks paid vacation, 6 paid holidays, paid sick leave, family leave and personal time
Location, location, location: Live and work in one of the greatest cities in the world! We will help you get here with a $3,000 relocation bonus
Apply now! For more information and a complete job description click one of the links below or visit www.aspca.org/careers:
Additional Salary Information: Commensurate with experience and market
Did you know the ASPCA employs more than 120 veterinarians in 5 states?
The ASPCA offers the widest range of career paths in nonprofit medicine for veterinarians who want to make a better world for animals and people. Every year, our veterinarians help over 100,000 animals through these innovative programs:
General practice and HQHVSN for underserved pets and people at our Community Veterinary Centers in NYC, Miami and Los Angeles
Shelter medicine at our NYC Kitten Nursery and Adoptions Center, Behavioral Rehabilitation Center in Weaverville, NC and even remotely via our national Shelter Medicine Services program
Spay/neuter education at our Spay/Neuter Alliance campus in Asheville, NC
Urgent care at the ASPCA Animal Hospital in NYC
Telemedicine through our Poison Control Center in Urbana, IL
Forensic medicine in Gainesville, FL and NYC
Disaster and Emergency Response for victims of large-scale cruelty and natural disasters, nationwide
Growth opportunities for those with a desire to lead
Join us! View current openings at aspca.org/about-us/careers