What’s In It For You
Base salary PLUS quarterly commission bonus
Health and dental insurance
CE stipend and travel expenses coverage
Licensing, DEA license, and AVMA dues coverage
Paid time off
Closed on major holidays
Discounts on products and services
DVM or equivalent
2 openings available.
Do you enjoy working with your clients to deliver the best care possible to their pets? Are you searching for a practice that has the best of all worlds: good medicine and a work-life balance? Are you optimistic and driven to be your best each day? Great! We have the perfect opportunity for you to join our team.
Wilkes Veterinary Hospital proudly serves Wilkes County and surrounding North Carolina areas. Located in the foothills of North Carolina, Wilkes County is full of mountain heritage and traditions. Home to numerous historic places and museums, wineries, distilleries, and several recreation areas, there is something for everyone to enjoy! Looking to get out of town for the weekend, take a quick one-hour drive and explore Boone, Winston-Salem, or Charlotte.
Here at Wilkes Veterinary Hospital, we pride ourselves on being a private practice who fosters a family-oriented work environment. Our team provides a wide variety of medical services for dogs, cats, reptiles, ferrets, rabbits, rodents, and some small farm animals. We are passionate veterinary professionals who love helping animals and people, which is why we work close with local shelters and rescue organizations. Our team is committed to developing plans and solutions that meet the needs of our staff, patients, clients, and the community. If you are searching for a place that is committed to making a difference in the community, then we would love to hear from you!
What You’ll Be Working On
Build and maintain current and prospective client relationships
Preventative wellness care, diagnostics, and treatments on a variety of animal cases
Management, diagnosis, and treatment of internal medicine cases, with plenty of supporting mentorship available for new graduates
Opportunity to perform small animal surgeries with mentorship for new graduates as needed
Ensure quality care and environment for both staff and clients
DVM or equivalent from an accredited program is required
Be licensed or able to be licensed in the state of North Carolina required
Minimum of two years of experience preferred but not required
Experience working in a private practice setting preferred
No after hours/Emergency work required
Knowledge and experience working internal medicine cases preferred
Highly motivated, with a demonstrated passion for excellence and continuous learning
Demonstrated commitment to ethics and integrity
Strong interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills
Strong organization, time management, and attention to detail
Hometown small animal veterinary clinic offering preventative medicine, daily office hours, and minor surgeries. Family oriented, friendly staff, up-to-date facility and equipment. Also active in local animal rescue, work closely with local humane societies, shelters, and rescue groups.