Making a Difference in the Lives of Patients and their Families
Work with an Experienced and Compassionate Team
We are a regional leader in affordable quality veterinary care looking for a Medical Director to serve as a leader and mentor to our staff.
The Medical Director will use their skills to provide a high level of care to our patients and provide direction, knowledge and supervision to the staff who dedicate themselves to our patients and clients.
MORE ABOUT STAND FOR ANIMALS:
- offer HQHVSN, General Veterinary Care including elective soft tissue surgery and dental procedures
- Open 5 days a week, doctors work 4 days
- Clinics in Charlotte, Lake Norman and Pineville
- Collaborative medical and administrative team
- Generous Compensation, starting range $120,000+
- Benefits including - Continuing Education Budget, PTO, Medical, Vision and Dental Insurance and Discounted Veterinary Services
Prefer 5 years of Veterinary Clinic Experience
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree
Licensure in North Carolina or Ability to Obtain Licensure
Stand For Animals Veterinary Clinic is a nonprofit with a dedicated, experienced and compassionate staff that has been specially trained to provide exceptional surgical care and medical needs. We currently operate 3 clinics in Charlotte, Pineville and Lake Norman. We have expanded all our locations to offer affordable veterinary care of sick and well patients. This includes in-house diagnostics such as IDEXX blood machines, portable ultrasound, and tonometry in all three locations. We currently have digital x-ray in our Charlotte location only, but looking to expand in the other locations by the end of the year. Affordable dentistry is now offered in all of our locations, as well. Our clinic follows the Humane Alliance Model for our spay/neuter business, and is a member of the National Spay/Neuter Response Team, which has been nationally recognized for the quality of its affiliate clinics. We use the highest standards of care and high quality medicine is our primary focus. Our mission is to end the preventable euthanasia and homelessness of pets in our community.