New Mexico Mountain Town | Small animal + exotics DVM
Salazar Road Veterinary Clinic
Location: Taos, New Mexico
Type: Full Time
Required Education: DVM or equivalent
DVM or equivalent
Internal Number: Salazar Road
Taos, New Mexico: A place for culture, tradition, and adventure
Salazar Road Veterinary Clinic: A long-term career choice for talented veterinarians
Salazar Road has a great opportunity for an early career veterinarian or an experienced DVM that is drawn to life in an adventurous mountain town!
What makes us stand out?
At Salazar Road Veterinary Clinic, our mission is to provide high quality, modern veterinary care in a compassionate, clean, and friendly environment. Our practice provides an array of services, from wellness care and dentistry to surgery and alternative medicine (acupuncture, herbal medicine). Our hospital is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and a complete in-house lab to treat companion and exotic animals in the Taos community.
What benefits do we offer?
We invest in our team in hopes that Salazar Road becomes a long-term career choice and Taos becomes your new home.
Sign-on and relocation assistance available for eligible candidates
Flexible scheduling and PTO
Medical, dental, and vision for you and your dependents (with HSA option)
Professional development assistance
Structured mentorship program for early career veterinarians
Guidance from a talented DVM Advisory Board
Medical freedom to practice skills you’re proficient in or explore areas you’d like to learn
“Pack Gives Back” charity donation or sponsorship to a cause you care about
Plus more! (Like a ski pass)
What is it like living in Taos?
Routinely found on “best of” lists, Taos, New Mexico, is a spectacular mountain town full of culture, tradition, and adventure. Home to a world-class ski resort, a World Heritage Site, and majestic landscape, Taos has become the Soul of the Southwest and a destination for distinctive cuisine, a thriving music scene, and (of course) natural beauty.
Culture: Without doubt, Taos is a mecca for artists and visionaries. From the rich artistic and cultural Pueblo and Spanish heritages to the influences brought in recent years from every corner of the globe, there is something to take in, enjoy, and contemplate on every street corner in Taos.
Tradition: Located in northern New Mexico, Taos is also known for historic adobe structures and galleries/museums that showcase regional artwork and preserve Native American history. It takes time to explore 1000 years of history, but if you want to start at the beginning, Taos Pueblo is the only living Native American community designated both a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and a National Historic Landmark.
Adventure: With 300+ days of sunshine and over 1,000 square miles of public wilderness land, adventure is always calling in Taos. Take a plunge in the beautiful Ro Grande, test your strength at rock climbing, explore the outdoors on horseback, or hit the slopes for some skiing—the possibilities are endless!
Don’t wait! Take the first step toward your next adventure by applying today!