Submitted April 12, 2022
Practice Name: Western Veterinary Group
Contact Person: Jennie Campa
Job Description: Associate Veterinarians Needed
Voted South Bay's Best, Western Veterinary Group is a 6-doctor, small-animal practice in Torrance, CA. We are seeking F/T or P/T Associate Veterinarians to add to our stellar team. Opportunities for veteran DVMs and new grads are available. This is an exceptional opportunity to work with a cohesive and experienced staff, which includes RVTs, a full management team & compassionate professional colleagues.
Our compensation package includes:
generous 401k - we contribute even if you don't!
monthly health allotment
generous CE allotment per year
VMB, DEA, AVMA, SCVMA & CVMA licenses covered PLIT Insurance allotment of $300 per renewal
14 days paid vacation per year
6 days paid holidays per year
many more perks!
We truly strive to provide a positive work-life balance and in doing so we offer:
Generous flexibility in swapping days for vacation Blocked call back time for labs each shift Blocked 1 hour lunch break each shift (Saturday shifts = 30 minute blocked time)
If interested, please send your resume to hospital director Jennie Campa at email@example.com or call directly: 310)326-0000
Submitted March 8, 2022
Practice Name: Rancho Sequoia Vet Hosp
City: Simi Valley
Contact Person: Crystal
Job Description: We are looking for a Veterinarian to diagnose and treat our clients' animals. Our clinic specializes in dogs, cats and occasionally smaller animals. Your day-to-day as a Vet includes performing surgeries on injured animals, treating wounds, spaying and neutering animals and prescribing medicine. If you love being around animals and are committed to offering them the best possible healthcare, we'd like to meet you. Ultimately, you'll act as the point of contact for pet owners, whether it's to treat illnesses and injuries or to advise on animal nutrition and general care.
Examine animals and check their health status Diagnose illnesses and determine the best treatment Dress wounds of injured animals Perform dental, soft tissue surgeries Vaccinate animals Spay and neuter cats and dogs as needed Prescribe medication Advise pet owners on nutrition, preventive healthcare and general care Update client records
Submitted March 3, 2022
Practice Name: Bixby Animal Clinic
City: Long Beach
Contact Person: Joan Carlson
Job Description: Bixby Animal Clinic in sunny Long Beach, CA is looking for new graduates and experienced DVMs to join our growing privately-owned general practice in Southern California.
To provide the highest quality medical and surgical care to our patients while providing our clients with excellent customer service. We seek to better our community by education and assistance in all aspects of animal care and ownership. We seek to advance veterinary medicine within our practice, within our community and within the veterinary medical profession. We use the following core principles to guide our every decision, and to correct us when we are wrong.
Our Core Values:
Our Team Members
- Bixby Animal Clinic is part of our rapidly growing, small animal private practice located in sunny Southern California. With 19 DVMs practicing at our group of three animal hospitals, on-call board-certified internists and orthopedists, and the support of over 85 technical staff and client care representatives, we ensure that both our patients, and their owners, receive the best care available.
- New graduates are especially welcome to apply, and we offer a structured mentorship program to build your skill set quickly.
- With our well-established client base, Veterinarians with 2 or more years of experience will have the opportunity to see a wide variety of cases and continue to build their expertise.
- You'll have the freedom that a private practice offers to practice medicine the way you want, while having the backing of experienced DVM colleagues as you pursue professional growth.
- In addition, we have made a significant investment in our team members so you can focus on delivering the highest quality medicine. Our RVTs, Vet Assistants, Doctors Assistants, and Pharmacy Technicians are dedicated to our mission of providing excellent patient outcomes.
- Two new, 6600 sq. ft. state of the art clinics, each with 8 exam rooms, 2 surgery suites, ICU, isolation, radiology, doctors' and administrative offices
- Digital full-body radiography and digital dental radiography
- In-house lab with Idexx Catalyst, SnapPro, Abaxis PTPTT, and CBC machines
- Full suite of dental equipment
- Cold laser, ultrasound, and endoscopy
- In-house and online pharmacy
- Paperless records management supported by an upgraded IT network infrastructure
- Competitive salary based on experience (starting at $110,000 for new grads)
- Monthly production pay that's above the industry average
- Relocation assistance
- Flexible 4-day work week
- Generous PTO
- Annual allowance for CE
- Paid dues and licensing fees for AVMA, DEA, and VMB
- Professional liability insurance
- Covered Health, Life, and AD&D insurance
- 401k plan
- Personal pet discounts
Your Skills and Qualifications
- A Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree from an accredited university
- Valid license to practice in California, prior to start date
- Commitment to practicing medicine in accordance with CA VMB standards and veterinary medical ethics
- Exemplary behavior in all matters of hospital leadership
- Delivering timely, comprehensive medical care to patients
- Partnering with clients to advocate for the long-term wellness of their pets and developing treatment plans to achieve lifelong health
- Dedication to Our Mission and Core Values
Call Joan Carlson at 562-367-0028 for more information, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your Future is Our Future. We invite you to be a part of our growth.
Submitted February 2, 2022
Practice Name: wags and whiskers
Contact Person: Raquel Figueroa
Job Description: Shelter Veterinarian
Submitted January 31, 2022
Practice Name: Tailblazer Bars
City: Los Angeles
Contact Person: Sadie Morgan
Job Description: Tailblazer Bars are nutrient + protein-filled fuel bars for active dogs. They are plant-based, formulated and designed for on-the-go convenience. Best used for adventures on the trail, in the mountains and on the road.
Looking for a vet nutrition student to work side by side with in the creation of a fuel bar for active and outdoorsy dogs. A great opportunity to take your learnings into the real world and build this from the ground up. We would really like this to be a collaborative process and you can choose how much you'd like to be involved, from consulting to hands-on from start to finish. There will be opportunity for a lot of creative freedom in testing different formulations and getting to be involved in a new exciting product that targets the outdoor community.
The goal is to provide convenient and healthy on-the-go fuel for active and adventurous dogs.
Student in vet nutrition
Interest in the nutritional workings of active dogs
Externship / internship
Submitted January 6, 2022
Practice Name: Vastek Inc
City: San Diego
Contact Person: Navdeep
Job Description: We are urgently seeking a Process Engineer
- Support commercial drug product manufacturing operations with technical evaluation of CAPA, scale up, validation, and technology transfer. This includes drug product manufacturing (material preparation, mixing, molding, and inspection) and reserve samples (creation, storage, and testing).
- Support of regulatory filings and inspections.
- Troubleshoot issues with drug product processing technologies and equipment.
- Projects involve collaborating with cross-functional teams developing and executing tests, performing root cause analysis and participating in investigations. Also making presentations to internal/external customers, vendors, and senior management
- Conduct risk assessment for drug product operations non conformances, change controls, and implement appropriate CAPAs.
- Lead process modelling, data trending and advanced statistical & process analysis - present data/metrics to teams.
Qualifications and Education:
- BS/MS in Chemical/Biochemical Engineering, Polymer Sciences/Engineering, Mechanical Engineering,Industrial Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, or Science
- Bachelor's Degree 1 -5 years of Process Engineering or Operations experience .
- Strong knowledge of Quality systems, drug product manufacturing and process validation. Work history with cGMPs, regulatory filings and compliance issues.
Submitted November 17, 2021
Practice Name: Economico Animal Hospital
Contact Person: Eugene Yoon
Job Description: We are looking for a hardworking veterinarian that is people and pet friendly!
Our ideal candidate is dedicated, enthusiastic, compassionate and has excellent interpersonal skills. Plus, for Bilingual candidates.
Economico Animal Hospital is a fully equip veterinarian hospital. We provide a full range of services for all animals in our community allowing you to experience a range of species as you explore your interests in internal medicine, soft tissue surgery, orthopedics, dentistry and emergencies. We take pride in our modern, state-of-the-art facility, our high-quality standard of medicine, and our exceptional client service.
With our 100% privately owned and operated facility you will have a full supportive staff and be collaboration with our doctors (Dr. Yoon and Dr. Hwang). We are a well-equipped using Avimark as our practice management system, digital x-ray machine, digital dental x-ray machine, Ultrasound, in-house lab equipment and C-Arm.
Examine animals and check their health status Diagnose illnesses and determine the best treatment Dress wounds of injured animals Perform surgeries (Spay/Neuters, soft tissue, dentals, orthopedics, etc.) Prescribe medication Advise pet owners on nutrition, preventive healthcare and general care
Veterinarian: 1 year (Preferred)
New Graduates are welcome!
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree
Good Base starting Salary (100,000 - 125,000 for FT) Health insurance/Dental/Vision Retirement plan (401K) Paid time off/Vacation Flexible schedule Professional Development Assistance/ CE Reimbursement of License fees/Membership etc.
(The salary, benefits, and work schedule are negotiable and commensurate with experience.)
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $100,000.00 - $120,000.00 per year
During this time, we are providing our clients and patients curb-side service.
Submitted November 9, 2021
Practice Name: ASPCA
City: Los Angeles
Contact Person: Erin Dodge
Job Description: Community Medicine Veterinarian, Los Angeles ($125,000-$132,000 + $20K Signing Bonus) Make a Difference
ASPCA Community Medicine provides access to high quality spay/neuter and primary veterinary care via our stationary and mobile clinics right in the communities that need it most. By providing accessible and fully subsidized medical care, Community Medicine Veterinarians play a crucial role in keeping pets where they belong: safe at home with the person who loves them. Community Medicine provides fully subsidized preventive and primary medical services to LA County's most underserved communities with little to no access to veterinary clinics or other essential pet resources. Community Medicine is a radically unique approach to animal welfare, as our medical staff is encouraged to spend time building trusting relationships with clients and provide referral information for concerns that cannot be addressed in a mobile environment.
This is a full-time position that offers a competitive salary and great benefits, including medical, dental, vision, 401k, paid time-off, and parental leave. The work of the Community Medicine Veterinarian is on the leading edge of animal welfare and goes beyond the standard practice. In addition to opportunities to engage with communities in a meaningful way, this dual role enables those looking to build upon solid surgical skills to achieve excellence as a spay/neuter surgeon. As a Community Medicine Veterinarian, work time is focused around genuine care of the animal and the client to help both to live better lives.
The Community Medicine Veterinarian is a trained and licensed full-time veterinarian responsible for providing preventive and basic medical care including spay/neuter surgery to pet dogs and cats living with their families in LA and in the care of the Los Angeles rescue community. Services are provided by mobile units parked at designated locations or at our stationary clinic and include examinations, diagnostics and treatments that are non-invasive, concentrating on conditions which can be addressed with reasonable resources with a high likelihood of a positive outcome. The Community Medicine Veterinarian will also provide preventive and basic veterinary care in support of other ASPCA Departments including Community Engagement, Relocation and the Foster Care Program.
Provide compassionate high quality preventive and basic medical care to patients in underserved areas of Los Angeles overseeing all aspects of veterinary care during a clinic day including physical examination, diagnostics, treatment recommendations and delivery, prescriptions and discharge information.
Perform pre-surgery physical examinations on all surgical candidates. Perform high quality, high volume spay/neuter surgical procedures either on board a mobile surgical unit or at a stationary clinic.
Diagnose and treat post-surgical complications of outpatient animals.
Refer and triage cases that do not fall within the Community Medicine parameters of care as appropriate.
Provide support and medical services for clients of Safety Net, Relocation and the Foster Program and other ASPCA departments.
Customer Service (15%)
Communicate respectfully with clients and be able to relay important medical information about patients. Discuss examination and medical test results with owners in order to allow owners to make informed choices about the medical care of their pets.
Counsel owners about end of life and other sensitive medical care decisions.
Provide discharge instructions for patients and oversee the dispensing of medications.
Document all exam findings, test results and treatment recommendations on medical record form.
Communicate effectively with Community Advocates and other ASPCA staff.
Assist in writing, editing and updating protocols for Community Medicine.
Follow written and verbally communicated ASPCA Standard Operating Procedures.
Attend staff meetings, doctor meeting and other requested meetings.
Provide medical information and representation to other departments of the ASPCA, to the public and to the media.
Other duties as assigned.
Exemplifies the ASPCA's Core Values:
Has Commitment and dedication to improving the lives of animals Demonstrates Ownership and feels responsible for outcomes Believes in Team - that we are stronger together Seeks to Elevate others and reimagine what is possible Focuses on Impact, specifically making change for animals Education and Experience
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree or equivalent Current California Veterinary License Background in small animal medicine and surgery High Quality High Volume Spay/Neuter training provided by ASPCA Additional Information
Must possess or be willing to acquire the skills and abilities of a high quality, high volume spay/neuter surgeon, extensive training provided
Ability to maintain good working relationship with clients and staff, be a team player, Basic computer skills including Microsoft Office and ability to view online calendar, Excellent work attendance record and interpersonal skills, Fluency in English required, bilingual in Spanish or other language a plus, Interest in animal welfare and population control and increasing accessibility to underserved populations, Must possess ability to work independently as well as part of team, Must possess ability to work in high-volume, fast-paced clinic environment, The position requires flexibility and willingness to occasionally work beyond the scheduled end of the work day
Veterinarian License - Other
English (Required), Spanish
Education and Work Experience:
Doctorate: Veterinary Medicine (Required)
Submitted November 9, 2021
Practice Name: ASPCA
City: Los Angeles
Contact Person: Erin Dodge
Job Description: Veterinary Staff Manager, Los Angeles Mobile Clinics & South LA Support new and experienced veterinarians in reaching their potential at a job they are proud of, where animal well-being, teamwork and serving the community are at the core of our work. As a member of the management team, you will deliver key Community Medicine, LA objectives: lead a happy, high-functioning team, ensure patients receive the highest-quality care with minimal fear and stress, and deliver outstanding client experiences to maximize the ASPCA's impact in the community. As both a player and a coach, you will step in as a CM veterinarian as needed - treating cats and dogs in our Primary Pet Care (PPC) program or performing high-quality, high-volume spay/neuter (HQHVSN) for shelter/rescue animals and beloved pets.
What you'll get:
40-hour work week - no overnights or on-call three weeks of paid vacation to relax two weeks of paid sick time to heal three paid continuing education days to keep your skills sharp ten paid holidays to observe Plus - one week of paid personal time to celebrate what and when you like Competitive salary Industry-leading benefits: medical, dental, and vision insurance, pre-tax dependent care and health flexible spending accounts (FSAs), 401(k) with up to 8% employer-funded contributions after one year of service, employer-paid life and long-term disability insurance, veterinary license fee reimbursement, continuing education allowance, and more (note the ASPCA's benefits are reviewed annually and are subject to change) Room to grow: the ASPCA has robust professional development programs to help you grow as a veterinarian and a leader
Support: we are one of the largest and most impactful animal welfare organizations in the world, so you will always have a strong team to lean on and cheer you on Reporting Structure:
You will report to the program Director, Los Angeles (solid line) for all nonmedical job functions and will take direction from the Medical Director (dotted line) for all duties related to veterinary medicine.
Job Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
People Leadership (50%)
Support a culture of respect, belonging and teamwork through regular 1:1s, recognition, supervision, developmental coaching, performance evaluation and feedback; seek counsel with CM's People Partner as needed In coordination with your management partners (Medical Staff and Patient Experience Managers) and under the guidance of the Program Director, deliver cohesive messaging and address root causes of location problems and deliver corrective action plans as needed.
Oversee and monitor medicine and surgery provided at the ASPCA's stationary and mobile clinics according to CM's standard operating procedures and guidelines Coach veterinarians in high-quality, high-volume spay/neuter (HQHVSN) techniques and other medical protocols Teach and train veterinarians about their role in the ASPCA's commitment to improving access to care for all animals Coach veterinarians and others to communicate effectively with clients, including difficult end-of-life conversations Be a consistent and visible presence on the floor to answer questions, make timely adjustments, offer support, receive/give feedback, lend a hand, and foster understanding and commitment to ASPCA's mission Partner with the ASPCA's Talent Acquisition Team to recruit and hire staff and per diem veterinarians; onboard and train new staff on CM medical processes and procedures Medical (35%)
Provide compassionate, quality preventive and basic care to patients in underserved areas of Los Angeles overseeing all aspects of veterinary care during a clinic day including physical examination, diagnostics, treatment recommendations and delivery, prescribing of medications and discharge information Work side by side with staff veterinarians as a PPC doctor or HQHVSN surgeon treating cats, dogs and rabbits Perform pre-surgery physical examinations on all surgical candidates; perform approximately 25-40 high quality, high volume spay/neuter surgical procedures per spay/neuter clinic day (either on a mobile surgical unit or at a stationary clinic) Diagnose and treat post-surgical complications of outpatient animals Triage and refer cases that do not fall within the Community Medicine parameters of care as appropriate Fill in as needed to cover surgery or PPC shifts Support internal ASPCA departments, such as the PeeWee kitten foster program, with medical consultations and support Practice Fear Free animal handling to minimize fear, anxiety and stress for patients in care Administrative (15%)
Schedule CM staff veterinarians and per diems for optimal coverage to keep the program running smoothly Meet regularly with the Medical Director and Director of Operations; provide open and honest and communication and feedback when things aren't working as they should Participate in monthly CM Veterinary Medicine Rounds and Morbidity and Mortality Meetings with the Vice President of Medicine; present on interesting cases or current topics in veterinary medicine as needed Support the ASPCA's commitment to research and development to benefit animals across the country by participating in studies designed to improve access to care Attend workshops or meetings as needed Exemplifies the ASPCA's Core Values:
Has Commitment and dedication to improving the lives of animals Demonstrates Ownership and feels responsible for outcomes Believes in Team - that we are stronger together Seeks to Elevate others and reimagine what is possible Focuses on Impact, specifically making change for animals Additional Information
This is a full-time position, approximately 8 hours a day, 5 days a week - evening or early morning work is sometimes required to handle call outs from staff veterinarians Some Saturday shifts are required Flexibility to report to different ASPCA mobile locations within the LA City/County area This is an on-site position at one of the ASPCA's mobile or stationary locations; occasional work from home may be possible
Demonstrate true leadership abilities in challenging situations, Must have current California State Veterinary License, Must have excellent work attendance record, Must maintain open mind regarding changes and be willing to learn, implement, and teach new protocols, Must possess ability to work in high-volume, fast-paced Clinic environment in various locations throughout Los Angeles City/County
English (Required), Spanish
Education and Work Experience:
Doctorate: Veterinary Medicine (Required)
Minimum one year of experience in HQHVSN, Minimum three years veterinary experience in small animal medicine and surgery, Previous people management experience strongly preferred
Submitted August 24, 2021
Practice Name: Stewart Veterinary Group, Inc.
City: Los Angeles
Contact Person: Roseamber Moller
Job Description: Looking for an associate to help handle a large clientele from the surrounding area. Must be willing to handle wellness and sick visits, as well as travel exams, some surgery, minor dentistry, and occasional emergencies. Experience or willingness to learn ultrasound and surgery is a plus!
Your cases will involve seeing already established clients, and you will also have the opportunity to build your own following!
Case load will involve 7-14 cases per day, and occasional drop off appointments. Rotating weekend schedule will allow each associate to have a weekend off every so often, and 8 or 10 hour shift are negotiable. Surgical schedule will be determined upon experience.
Submitted June 10, 2021
Practice Name: Erickson Veterinary Hospital
Job Description: Seeking small animal veterinarian for:
- Erickson Veterinary Hospital - Chico, CA (private owned)
$110,000 - $200,000 per year
Requirements: fun attitude. /foodie. loves snackos. /comfortable with technology. (and yes, being a DVM/VMD able to be licensed to practice in california) Let's be honest, everyone has the same vet ad these days. So what makes this different?
First the facts. Erickson Vet has been an institution in Chico for over 70 years. Our clients are special. You hear that a lot, but in this case it's true. The founder of the practice cultivated a practice that focused on quality medicine instead of quantity. Today, the are 4, even 5th generation clients coming to the practice. We currently have 4 vets and 3 RVTs on staff, with a support staff of 15. That probably makes us a de facto 2.2 FTE practice on average, open Mon to Saturday 8 to 6, with no Sundays or nights. Yup! You actually are expected to refer those emergencies that come in half an hour before closing! And you will never have to work Sundays! (Unless it's your own pet on a Sunday of course) We have computers in each room!
We have tablets!
We use Idexx Cornerstone!
Labs? We have Idexx digital xray. We have the full in house Idexx lab suite. We run a ton of labs.
Dentals? We do about 12COHATs a week, with digital dental rads mandatory. Our techs have learned from advanced dental training from a southern california dental specialist!
Surgeries? Most soft tissue stuff is done 3 days a week. We have a board certified ortho specialist who comes in and does TPLOs/other by appointment only.
Ultrasound. We can do ECHOs with a specialist remoting in through our equipment.
We're looking ideally to add a new full time vet to our practice, part timers would have to at least work 2 days a week on average for this to work. Without that, there's no way to build up the rapport with the clientele. Our staff have deep roots in the community and so do our clients. The sheriff is a client!
Mentorship? 2 of our associate vets used to own their own practices and have decades of experience that they are willing to impart. Our other 2 associates are younger but are still amazing. We have monthly doctor-only meetings where we discuss cases and new methodologies. We try to encourage conference/CE attendance.
Workflow. 10 minute appointments? Nope. 15? Nope. 20? Nope!. Instead appointments are booked in at least 30 minute slots. We don't double or triple book appointments, and we generally try to book wellness exams towards the end of the day.
And you get an assistant! (If you want), either an experienced veterinary assistant or RVT depending on the case in rooms with you. They're generally working up the treatment plan for you as you go over the details with the client.
Doctors' notes are typed into cornerstone so transfer of cases is a cinch! Just read the medical note from the previous day.
COVID? We've had ZERO staff test positive for COVID since the pandemic started. We utilize rigorous disinfection protocols, electrostatic mister, and an ultraviolet light disinfection robot. Staff check their temperatures when clocking into work.
Lunch? You generally get an hour for lunch. But you're saying, everybody says that. Nope, it usually works.
Compensation? We probably pay our doctors the highest in the area. Each compensation plan is tailored to the needs of the individual associate. 100% production, prosal, pure salary, benefits, everything is customizable based on the associate. Signing/moving bonuses are negotiable.
Work Culture. The clients are special. Can't say that enough, they are very nice. Of course every practice has their "Karens," but we fire those clients. What? You're not forced to deal with abusive clients? Nope! Tell the hospital director and that client is gone! Chico is in some ways still a small town, even though there's about 100,000 people in the area, the small town vibe is still omnipresent.
Records. We're on the path towards paperless. Every medical record is into Cornerstone. SOAPs are typed directly into Cornerstone.
We have 2-way-texting integrated with cornerstone so you can text clients directly if it doesn't require a phone call. Besides the texting, most of our clients have been trained to use emails for other types of communication. We do not write paper prescriptions, instead typing them up and emailing them in (except for scheduled drugs because DEA says nope). We have an online pharmacy and relationships with several compounding pharmacies. Our blood, rads, and dental rads are completely integrated with cornerstone. We send most radiographs off to telemedicine for boarded specialist review. Check-in sheets get shredded after all the information gets typed into cornerstone. We eliminated our fax machine over a month ago! Painful, but sometimes you have to rip off the bandaid!
Surrounding environment: Are you a foodie? There's tons of great food options around. Chico is a foodie town, embracing the farm-to-table approach. Hiking? Boating? Fishing? Tons of those within a short drive. Great schools for the kiddos and of course the famous Chico State! Safety? CPD and Butte Sheriff are top notch. Also a lot of our staff are health-conscious, having a regular hiking club going. Before the pandemic, we actually did a tough mudder together!
Interested? Email a CV and you'll get contacted!
New grads are definitely welcome, and in fact preferred! We want someone that can grow with our practice. This could be the first and last practice you ever work at!
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Contract
- 401(k) matching
- Dental insurance
- Employee discount
- Health insurance
- Paid time off
- Professional development assistance
- Relocation assistance
- Retirement plan
- 10 hour shift
- Day shift
- Supplemental Pay:
- Bonus pay
- Signing bonus
Ability to Commute/Relocate:
- Chico, CA 95928 (Preferred)
- Doctorate (Preferred)
License/Certification: DVM / California license (Preferred) Work Location: One location Work Remotely: No
Submitted May 3, 2021
Practice Name: Warner Center Pet Clinic
City: Woodland Hills
Contact Person: Cindy Bahr
Job Description: Veterinarian needed canine Reproduction clinic in So Cal. New grads considered. Very busy practice! you will learn a lot here! Semen freezing, artificial insemination and lots of c-sections.
Submitted March 16, 2021
Practice Name: Bakersfield SPCA
Contact Person: Julie Johnson
SHELTER VETERINARIAN WANTED ARE YOU READY TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE LIVES OF SOME FURRY FRIENDS? DO YOU WISH EVERYDAY WAS DIFFERENT? DO YOU WISH YOU COULD SPREAD YOUR WINGS AND DEVELOP A COMPREHENSIVE MEDICAL PROGRAM AT AN ANIMAL SHELTER THAT IS DEDICATED TO SAVING LIVES?
WHAT IF YOU COULD PERFORM HQHVSN OR EMERGENCY SURGERY WITH A MEDICAL STAFF READY TO SUPPORT YOU? HOW ABOUT TNR? WE WANT YOU!
THE BAKERSFIELD SPCA OPERATES TWO SHELTERS IN BAKERSFIELD, CA. ONE IS A PRIVATE SHELTER AND THE OTHER IS A MUNICIPAL SHELTER WE OVERSEE VIA CONTRACT WITH THE CITY OF BAKERSFIELD. THIS IS THE LOCATION WE ARE SEEKING THAT ONE IN A MILLION SPECIAL VET. WHERE IS BAKERSFIELD YOU ASK? CHECK OUT THIS LINK
WE SEE CATS AND DOGS MAINLY WITH THE OCCASIONAL POT BELLY PIG OR POCKET PET THROWN IN FOR FUN.
A HIGHLY COMPETITIVE SALARY, FLEX SCHEDULE, GREAT BENEFITS, MENTORING, CE AND LICENSES ARE INCLUDED. NEW GRADS ARE WELCOME PLEASE SEND RESUME'S TO JJOHNSON@BAKERSFIELDSPCA.ORG
Submitted January 25, 2021
My name is Heather and I am a Practice Manager at a Small Animal Hospital called All Vet Care Animal Hospital and Rehabilitation located 1 hour North of Los Angeles and we are currently looking to add an additional Doctor to our growing and thriving Practice. We are open to part-time, full time and even interns just finishing their schooling.
We are a busy 2 doctor practice. We practice both Conventional and Eastern Medicine. We also have Ultrasound, Digital X-ray, Fluoroscopy, a plasma sterilizer, vetsealers, Endoscope, online pharmacy, Underwater Treadmill, acupuncture, laser therapy, and herbs. Dr. Shmueli also does TPLOs and advanced orthopedic surgeries as well!
I'm reaching out to see, potentially, if any grad students may be interested. If so, please forward along my email and I'd be glad to talk via phone or email for more details.
We are open Monday-Friday 8am to 5pm and Saturday 8am to 1pm PST. Our office number is 805-484-8777.
Here is our hospital website: https://allvetcare.com/index.html
Heather Forestelle, RVT
All Vet Care Practice Manager