Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Paid Liability insurance, Paid state license, Uniform Allowance, Paid time off, generous discount for personal pets, 401k savings.
DVM or equivalent
Are you a surgical ninja with a heart of gold? Do you excel at resolving health issues with a scalpel? Enjoy a career where you can lead with compassion.
Wisconsin Community Veterinary Center, a nonprofit clinic, is seeking a full or part-time surgical veterinarian to enrich our team of veterinary professionals who provide quality, affordable, and accessible veterinary care to pets who would otherwise suffer without.
WCVC is a collaborative, professional environment where your time and expertise will be valued. We encourage work/life balance and offer flexible schedules. WCVC predominantly serves low-income families who cannot otherwise afford veterinary care for beloved pets. There are no after-hour emergencies or late-night shifts and no expectation to upsell products. Compensation and benefits are competitive. At WCVC, we're a cut above the rest!
Our goal is to decrease animal suffering, economic euthanasia, and medical surrenders to animal shelters by providing the opportunity to obtain affordable veterinary care for beloved pets.
Wisconsin Community Veterinary Center is a unique nonprofit clinic that meets a crucial need for pet owners who love their pets but cannot afford veterinary care. In filling this need, WCVC also serves as a resource for other community veterinary clinics, animal shelters, and social service agencies in Madison and throughout rural Wisconsin.
WCVC typically serves dogs, cats, and occasionally other small animals. Services provided include diagnosing and treating illnesses and injuries (including surgical intervention when this is the best option), dental care, preventive medicine, high-volume spay/neuter (including community cats), and client education. We are fully equipped with x-ray, diagnostic and dental equipment, and a surgical suite.
DVM or VMD degree from an accredited university.
Wisconsin veterinary license
Three years of experience in a veterinary clinic is preferred.
Live in the greater Madison area or willing to relocate.
The Wisconsin Community Veterinary Center, is a full services clinic that aims to provide high quality veterinary care while trying to keep veterinary care affordable. We have a very dedicated teams of people who make this possible! We are a non-profit, and a program of Shelter from the Storm Animal Rescue. We work closely with many shelters and rescue, as well as many local clinics and emergency clinics to help support them with clients that have exhausted their financial means.
Wisconsin Community Veterinary Center believes that people love their pets and want the best for them. We exist to serve and share information with pet owners in a non-judgmental, respectful way. We are looking for compassionate individuals that share this belief and who are motivated by helping underserved people and their pets.