New York

    Submitted January 19, 2022

    Practice Name: Sand Creek Animal Hospital

    City: Albany

    State: New York

    Contact Person: Shanan Runyan

    Email: shanan@dvmstaffing.com 

    Job Description: Sand Creek Animal Hospital in Albany, New York is seeking a full-time Associate Veterinarian to join our team!

    We are looking to add an Associate Veterinarian to our team at our practice in Albany, New York! Sand Creek Animal Hospital is an AAFP gold-standard Cat-Friendly Certified Practice located in the Capital District, booming with restaurants, must-see attractions, and vibrant culture. We will provide you with an abundant, well-trained support staff and all of the resources to allow you to practice at your highest level. We believe in a healthy work-life balance (no weekends, on-call, or late nights), offer a competitive salary, and are looking for a long-term fit! New graduates are welcome to apply!

    Highlights:

    • $120K DOE
    • 4-Day Work Week, no weekends, on-call, or late nights.
    • Medical, Dental, PTO, 401K, paid, continuing education, and pet benefits.
    • Professional liability and dues.
    • Opportunity to practice medicine at the highest level in a supportive and collaborative environment.
    • High support staff-to-doctor ratio.

    Who we are:

    Sand Creek Animal Hospital is a modern, small animal practice looking to grow our team! Not only do we have a phenomenal culture, but we also practice with advanced medical technology. Diagnostics include Full Surgery Suite, Full In-House Lab, Digital Radiology, Therapeutic Laser, Laser Surgery, Dental Radiology, and Ultrasound.

    At Sand Creek Animal Hospital, we will provide you with an amazing work environment where hard work, communication, and teamwork are our core values. You will have an enthusiastic and well-trained support staff willing to go the extra mile to help you practice at the highest level. We also believe in a healthy work-life balance and will provide you with a flexible schedule that will allow you to visit all of the world-class museums or stroll out of the city to explore the Helderberg Hilltowns.

    We are dedicated to providing high-quality veterinary care to our patients and outstanding service to our clients. We are an AAFP gold-standard Cat-Friendly Certified Practice with a separate feline waiting room and exam rooms and believe in making every patient's visit as enjoyable as possible! We empower clients, allowing them to make informed choices and to participate in their pets' care. Our team is highly skilled and experienced in performing a wide variety of pet surgeries using modern techniques, cutting-edge equipment, and always adhering to the strictest standards of safety and care.

    Our ideal candidate will be highly motivated, enthusiastic, and compassionate. Someone who is a team player and always keeps the best interest of our patients in mind by providing outstanding veterinary care. Our hospital culture thrives on teamwork and compassion for our patients and clients.

    Our full-time Associate Veterinarian benefits package includes:

    • Schedule to ensure work-life integration
    • Benefits Program including Medical, Dental, PTO, 401k, and pet benefits
    • Professional liability and dues
    • Generous continuing education allowance And more!

    The Location:

    Albany has grown from a small Dutch settlement into New York State's Capital City over the past four centuries. We are booming with restaurants, rich history, world-class museums, and must-see attractions. Everywhere you look are historic homes and fascinating architecture with a vibrant culture. We have both great public and private schools, along with plenty of family friendly places to explore!

    Health and Wellbeing:

    At Sand Creek Animal Hospital, we take the health and safety of our employees and clients seriously. You can rest assured we are committed to going the extra mile to keep everybody safe and healthy especially during COVID as an employee of Sand Creek Animal Hospital.

    Interested candidates should submit their resume in confidence to Shanan@DVMstaffing.com.

     

    Submitted January 9, 2022

    Practice Name: Manlius Veterinary Hospital

    City: Manlius

    State: New York

    Contact Person: Ellen Wullbrandt

    Phone: 312-964-2328

    Email: ewullbrandt@evervetpartners.com 

    Job Description: Manlius Veterinary Hospital in Manlius, New York is currently seeking an Associate Veterinarian to join our fantastic team!  Our doctors are integrative companion animal veterinarians who practice with an individualized, patient-centered approach to recognize underlying health issues and each illness, one of a kind.  We offer a number of services including preventative medicine, diagnostics, surgery, dentistry, alternative veterinary medicine, chiropractic care and professional manner. In doing so we hope to strengthen the human-animal bond, and their pets.

    Located just east of Syracuse, Manlius is in Onondaga County and is one of the best places to live in New York.  This is a fantastic opportunity for a seasoned Veterinarian or a new grad!  Please reach out to Ryan Miller at rmiller@evervetpartners.com if interested and check out our website to see more about the hospital.

    This is a fantastic opportunity with a fantastic team where collaboration is always ongoing between the doctors and the staff.  

    Why Manlius Veterinary Hospital?

    We are passionate about supporting our staff and are committed to your personal career development.  We create and support an inclusive work environment where you can focus on your career, your happiness, and the patients you serve.

    Benefits: We offer competitive compensation along with a comprehensive benefits package, including medical, dental, vision and paid vacation/sick days, 401(k), generous employee pet discounts and more!

     

    Submitted January 9, 2022

    Practice Name: Tri-State Veterinary Hospital

    City: Port Jervis

    State: New York

    Contact Person: Ellen Wullbrandt, Manager of University Relations

    Phone: 3129642328

    Email: ewullbrandt@evervetpartners.com 

    Job Description: How would you like to join a collaborative veterinarian team who values work/life balance?  Look no more because we would love to have you at Tri-State Veterinary Hospital in Port Jervis, New York.  We are seeking a full time veterinarian to join our team!  Please check out the link to our hospital to see for yourself how great this hospital is:  Hospital Video

    Our goal at Tri-State Veterinary Hospital is to provide state of the art veterinary medical and surgical services.  We value continuing education and our team keeps up with the latest knowledge.  We provide a wide array of small animal general practice services and we have digital radiographs along with an ultrasound.  If you have an interest in surgery, laser therapy, or acupuncture then this is the place for you!

    Port Jervis, New York, also known as the River City and the Gateway to the Upper Delaware River, is a small city located at the junction of three states, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.  It is a traditional town in the sense that they have many family activities to include holiday parades and tree lighting ceremonies.  If you are a nature-lover you may enjoy the scenic drives that include Hawks Nest Highway.  The beauty of the trees, rivers and hills will take your breath away!

    We offer competitive compensation, benefits, and most importantly a wonderful life balance.  Please reach out to Ryan Miller at rmiller@evervetpartners.com if interested and check out our website to learn more about the hospital, services we offer, and the amazing team who works there.

    Why Join Tri-State Veterinary Hospital?

    We are passionate about supporting our staff and are committed to your personal career development.  We create and support an inclusive work environment where you can focus on your career, your happiness, and the patients you serve.

    Benefits: We offer competitive compensation along with a comprehensive benefits package, including medical, dental, vision and paid vacation/sick days, 401(k), generous employee pet discounts and more!

     

    Submitted November 9, 2021

    Practice Name: ASPCA

    City: New York

    State: NEW YORK

    Contact Person: Erin Dodge

    Phone: 6463155500

    Email: erin.dodge@aspca.org 

    Job Description: Community Medicine Veterinarian, NYC Mobile Clinics ($125,000-$132,000 + $20K Signing Bonus)

    ASPCA strives to maintain a COVID-free workplace.  To that end, being fully vaccinated is a condition of employment for all ASPCA employees, including new hires.  ASPCA makes reasonable accommodations for qualified applicants with disabilities or sincerely held religious beliefs that prohibit a person from being vaccinated.

    Salary range for this position is $125,000-$132,000. Starting pay is for new hire offers only, and staff pay can increase beyond the maximum hiring range based on performance over time. The maximum of the hiring range is reserved for candidates with the highest qualifications and relevant experience.

    This position is entitled to a $20,000 signing bonus. The first $10,000 of this bonus will be paid upon hire, and the second $10,000 is to be paid 6 months after your start date.

    Make a Difference

    ASPCA Community Medicine provides access to high quality spay/neuter and primary veterinary care via our 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 NYC's most underserved communities with little to no access to veterinary clinics or other essential pet resources, and also to animals in the care of NYC animal welfare organizations. 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.

    Be at the Forefront of Animal Welfare

    This role offers an unparalleled opportunity to be part of a brand new approach to medicine, where so often pet care is dictated by zip code and access is variable depending on where pets and their people live.  As we bring our state-of-the-art mobile clinics to neighborhoods with limited access to traditional brick & mortar veterinary practices, the veterinarian in this role is part of changing that paradigm: bringing high quality outpatient medical services where they're needed and actively creating healthier, more humane communities where animals are well cared for by the people who love them.  If being part of something new excites you, if it fills you with enthusiasm to discover and capitalize on the potential of a new program and approach - read on!

    Love Your Work and Your Life

    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. This is a 40 hours/week position (5 days/week) that does not require on-call shifts, nights, or Sunday hours. Some flexibility is required to occasionally work beyond the end of the day. Join the ASPCA and become part of a dynamic organization that puts the welfare of animals and their humans first.

    Current New York State Department of Education Veterinary License required

    Responsibilities:

    Medical (75%)

    Provide compassionate high quality preventive and primary medical care to patients in underserved areas of NYC Oversee 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 25 - 40 high quality, high volume spay/neuter surgical procedures per spay/neuter clinic day either on board a mobile surgical unit or at a stationary clinic Diagnose and treat post-surgical medical complications of outpatient animals Refer and triage cases that do not fall within the Community Medicine parameters of care as appropriate Provide occasional support and medical services for clients of other ASPCA departments as needed including evaluation and treatment of animals living in hoarding situations 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 for 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 Administrative/Other (10%)

    Document all exam findings, test results and treatment recommendations on medical record Communicate effectively cross-departmentally Assist in writing, editing and updating protocols for Community Medicine Follow written and verbally communicated ASPCA Standard Operating Procedures Attend mandatory organization meetings as requested 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

    Qualifications:

    Ability to maintain open mind regarding changes and be willing to learn, implement, and teach new protocols, Ability to work equally well independently or as part of a team, Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, Microsoft Office and Outlook proficiency, Must be able to lift up to 40 pounds and carry 40-plus pounds repeatedly throughout day with assistance, Must be interested in animal welfare population control and serving low-income communities., Must have excellent work attendance record, Must have strong interest in animal welfare and/or promoting spay/neuter, Must hold NY State Veterinarian License, Must possess ability to work in high-volume, fast-paced clinic environment, Must possess excellent animal handling skills, including the ability to lift and move  domestic animals in stressful conditions, up to 25 lbs with assistance., Must possess excellent customer service skills, with the ability to maintain good working relationship with clients and staff, Must possess the ability to work efficiently and calmly under challenging conditions, including the ability to occasionally work in physically challenging conditions and wear appropriate protective gear., Must possess the ability to work standing for 8-plus hours, Will be required to reach, bend, crouch, climb, kneel, and move freely to access animals in overhead and low cages when necessary

    Veterinarian License - Other

    Language:

    English (Required), Spanish

    Education and Work Experience:

    Doctorate: Veterinary Medicine (Required)

    High Quality High Volume Spay Neuter Surgery Experience or Small animal general practice or internship preferred

     

    Submitted November 9, 2021

    Practice Name: ASPCA

    City: New York

    State: NEW YORK

    Contact Person: Erin Dodge

    Phone: 6463155500

    Email: erin.dodge@aspca.org 

    Job Description: Community Medicine Veterinarian, Bronx Community Veterinary Center ($125,000-$132,000 + $20K Signing Bonus)

    ASPCA strives to maintain a COVID-free workplace.  To that end, being fully vaccinated is a condition of employment for all ASPCA employees, including new hires.  ASPCA makes reasonable accommodations for qualified applicants with disabilities or sincerely held religious beliefs that prohibit a person from being vaccinated.

    Salary range for this position is $125,000-$132,000. Starting pay is for new hire offers only, and staff pay can increase beyond the maximum hiring range based on performance over time. The maximum of the hiring range is reserved for candidates with the highest qualifications and relevant experience.

    This position is entitled to a $20,000 signing bonus. The first $10,000 of this bonus will be paid upon hire, and the second $10,000 is to be paid 6 months after your start date.

    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 ASPCA focus areas and animals in the care of the rescue community in New York City.

    The Community Medicine Veterinarian will provide services at our Bronx stationary Community Veterinary Center (CVC) including examinations, diagnostics, treatments, minor surgery and basic dentistry concentrating on conditions which can be addressed with reasonable resources and have a high likelihood of a positive outcome.  

    The Community Medicine Veterinarian in this role will also be scheduled to perform high-quality, high-volume spay/neuter surgeries at the CVC.  Therefore, the Community Medicine Veterinarian must possess the skills and abilities of a high quality, high volume spay/neuter surgeon.  These include performing 25-40 surgeries per day and all aspects of care associated with surgery such as examinations and post-operative treatment.  These duties are to be performed in accordance with the ASPCA Community Medicine standardized surgical techniques and other standard operating procedures.

    This is a full-time position, approximately 8 hours a day, 5 days a week (40 hours/week).  One or both weekend days will be required.  The position requires flexibility in schedule, willingness to occasionally work beyond the scheduled end of the work day and occasional flexibility in reporting location.  

    Responsibilities:

    Medical (60%)

    Provide compassionate high quality preventive and basic medical care to all patients.

    Oversee all aspects of veterinary care during an outpatient clinic day including physical examination, diagnostics, treatment recommendations and delivery, prescriptions and discharge information.

    Perform pre-surgery physical examinations on all surgical candidates.

    Perform 25 - 40 high quality, high volume spay/neuter surgical procedures per spay/neuter clinic day.

    Diagnose and treat post-surgical medical complications.

    Perform and oversee all aspects of dentistry procedures.

    Perform and oversee all aspects of minor surgical procedures amenable to being performed on an out patient basis.

    Refer and triage cases that do not fall within the Community Medicine parameters of care as appropriate according to One ASPCA Fund (OAF) Coverage Guidelines.

    Perform humane euthanasia in accordance with ASPCA policy and CM protocols.

    Provide support and medical services for clients of Community Engagement (CE) and other ASPCA departments as needed including evaluation of animals living in hoarding situations.

    Customer Service and Training (30%)

    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 for 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.

    Participate in the training of CM staff, ASPCA Interns and Residents and veterinary and technical students by coaching, discussion and demonstration.

    Administrative/Other (10%)

    Document all exam findings, test results and treatment recommendations on medical record form.

    Communicate effectively with Community Medicine staff, MWO and other ASPCA staff.

    Assist in determining the needed scope of services provided by Community Medicine based on experience with patients and clients and provide input into medical protocols.

    Assist in writing, editing and updating protocols for Community Medicine.

    Follow written and verbally communicated ASPCA Standard Operating Procedures.

    Attend staff meetings, doctor meetings 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

    Qualifications:

    Ability to maintain good working relationship with clients and staff, be a team player, Basic computer skills including Microsoft Office and ability to use paperless medical records and view online calendar and email, English required, Bilingual (English and Spanish) preferred, Excellent work attendance record and interpersonal skills, Interest in animal welfare and population control and serving 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

    Veterinarian License - Other

    Language:

    English (Required), Spanish

    Education and Work Experience:

    Doctorate: Veterinary Medicine (Required)

    2 years experience in general small animal practice or shelter medicine preferred, 2 years of experience in high quality, high volume spay/neuter strongly preferred, Background in small animal medicine and surgery, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree or equivalent

     

    Submitted November 9, 2021

    Practice Name: ASPCA

    City: New York

    State: NEW YORK

    Contact Person: Erin Dodge

    Phone: 6463155500

    Email: erin.dodge@aspca.org 

    Job Description: Community Medicine Veterinarian, Glendale Stationary Clinic ($125,000-$132,000 + $20K Signing Bonus)

    ASPCA strives to maintain a COVID-free workplace.  To that end, being fully vaccinated is a condition of employment for all ASPCA employees, including new hires.  ASPCA makes reasonable accommodations for qualified applicants with disabilities or sincerely held religious beliefs that prohibit a person from being vaccinated.  

    Salary range for this position is $125,000-$132,000. Starting pay is for new hire offers only, and staff pay can increase beyond the maximum hiring range based on performance over time. The maximum of the hiring range is reserved for candidates with the highest qualifications and relevant experience. This position is entitled to a $20,000 signing bonus. The first $10,000 of this bonus will be paid upon hire, and the second $10,000 is to be paid 6 months after your start date.

    Make a Difference

    ASPCA Community Medicine provides access to high quality spay/neuter and primary veterinary care via our 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 NYC's most underserved communities with little to no access to veterinary clinics or other essential pet resources, and also to animals in the care of NYC animal welfare organizations. 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.

    Be at the Forefront of Animal Welfare

    This role offers an unparalleled opportunity to be part of a brand new approach to medicine, where so often pet care is dictated by zip code and access is variable depending on where pets and their people live.  As we bring our state-of-the-art mobile clinics to neighborhoods with limited access to traditional brick & mortar veterinary practices, the veterinarian in this role is part of changing that paradigm: bringing high quality outpatient medical services where they're needed and actively creating healthier, more humane communities where animals are well cared for by the people who love them.  If being part of something new excites you, if it fills you with enthusiasm to discover and capitalize on the potential of a new program and approach - read on!

    Love Your Work and Your Life

    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. This is a 40 hours/week position (5 days/week) that does not require on-call shifts, nights, or Sunday hours. Some flexibility is required to occasionally work beyond the end of the day. Join the ASPCA and become part of a dynamic organization that puts the welfare of animals and their humans first.

    Current New York State Department of Education Veterinary License required

    Responsibilities:

    Medical (75%)

    Provide compassionate high quality preventive and primary medical care to patients in underserved areas of NYC Oversee 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 25 - 40 high quality, high volume spay/neuter surgical procedures per spay/neuter clinic day either on board a mobile surgical unit or at a stationary clinic Diagnose and treat post-surgical medical complications of outpatient animals Refer and triage cases that do not fall within the Community Medicine parameters of care as appropriate Provide occasional support and medical services for clients of other ASPCA departments as needed including evaluation and treatment of animals living in hoarding situations 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 for 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 Administrative/Other (10%)

    Document all exam findings, test results and treatment recommendations on medical record Communicate effectively cross-departmentally Assist in writing, editing and updating protocols for Community Medicine Follow written and verbally communicated ASPCA Standard Operating Procedures Attend mandatory organization meetings as requested 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

    Qualifications:

    Ability to maintain open mind regarding changes and be willing to learn, implement, and teach new protocols, Ability to work equally well independently or as part of a team, Comfort with basic Microsoft office and outlook, Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, Must be able to lift and carry 40-plus pounds repeatedly throughout day with assistance., Must be interested in animal welfare population control and serving low-income communities., Must have excellent work attendance record, Must have strong interest in animal welfare and/or promoting spay/neuter, Must hold NY State Veterinarian License, Must possess ability to work in high-volume, fast-paced clinic environment, Must possess excellent animal handling skills, including the ability to lift and move  domestic animals in stressful conditions, up to 25 lbs with assistance., Must possess excellent customer service skills, with the ability to maintain good working relationship with clients and staff, Must possess the ability to work efficiently and calmly under challenging conditions, including the ability to occasionally work in physically challenging conditions and wear appropriate protective gear., Must possess the ability to work standing for 8-plus hours, Will be required to reach, bend, crouch, climb, kneel, and move freely to access animals in overhead and low cages when necessary.

    Veterinarian License - Other

    Language:

    English (Required), Spanish

    Education and Work Experience:

    Doctorate: Veterinary Medicine (Required)

    High Quality High Volume Spay Neuter Surgery Experience or Small animal general practice or internship preferred

     

    Submitted November 9, 2021

    Practice Name: ASPCA

    City: New York

    State: NEW YORK

    Contact Person: Erin Dodge

    Phone: 6463155500

    Email: erin.dodge@aspca.org 

    Job Description: Community Medicine Veterinarian, Brooklyn Community Veterinary Center ($125,000-$132,000 + $20K Signing Bonus) ASPCA strives to maintain a COVID-free workplace. To that end, being fully vaccinated is a condition of employment for all ASPCA employees, including new hires. ASPCA makes reasonable accommodations for qualified applicants with disabilities or sincerely held religious beliefs that prohibit a person from being vaccinated.

    Salary range for this position is $125,000-$132,000. Starting pay is for new hire offers only, and staff pay can increase beyond the maximum hiring range based on performance over time. The maximum of the hiring range is reserved for candidates with the highest qualifications and relevant experience. This position is entitled to a $20,000 signing bonus. The first $10,000 of this bonus will be paid upon hire, and the second $10,000 is to be paid 6 months after your start date.

    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 ASPCA focus areas and animals in the care of the rescue community in New York.

    The Community Medicine Veterinarian will provide services at our Brooklyn stationary Community Veterinary Center (CVC) including examinations, diagnostics, treatments, minor surgery and basic dentistry concentrating on conditions which can be addressed with reasonable resources and have a high likelihood of a positive outcome. 

    The Community Medicine Veterinarian in this role will also be scheduled to perform high-quality, high-volume spay/neuter surgeries at the CVC.  Therefore, the Community Medicine Veterinarian must possess the skills and abilities of a high quality, high volume spay/neuter surgeon.  These include performing 25-40 surgeries per day and all aspects of care associated with surgery such as examinations and post-operative treatment.  These duties are to be performed in accordance with the ASPCA Community Medicine standardized surgical techniques and other standard operating procedures

    This is a full-time position, approximately 8 hours a day, 5 days a week (40 hours/week).  One or both weekend days will be required.

    The position requires flexibility in schedule, willingness to occasionally work beyond the scheduled end of the work day and occasional flexibility in reporting location.  

    Responsibilities:

    Medical (60%)

    Provide compassionate high quality preventive and basic medical care to all patients.

    Oversee all aspects of veterinary care during an outpatient clinic day including physical examination, diagnostics, treatment recommendations and delivery, prescriptions and discharge information.

    Perform pre-surgery physical examinations on all surgical candidates.

    Perform 25 - 40 high quality, high volume spay/neuter surgical procedures per spay/neuter clinic day.

    Diagnose and treat post-surgical medical complications.

    Perform and oversee all aspects of dentistry procedures.

    Perform and oversee all aspects of minor surgical procedures amenable to being performed on an outpatient basis. e.g., wound repair, enucleation, toe amputation, tail amputation Refer and triage cases that do not fall within the Community Medicine parameters of care as appropriate according to One ASPCA Fund (OAF) Coverage Guidelines.

    Perform humane euthanasia in accordance with ASPCA policy and CM protocols.

    Provide support and medical services for clients of Community Engagement (CE) and other ASPCA departments as needed including evaluation of animals living in hoarding situations.

    Customer Service and Training (30%)

    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 for 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.

    Participate in the training of CM staff, ASPCA Interns and Residents and veterinary and technical students by coaching, discussion and demonstration.

    Administrative/Other (10%)

    Document all exam findings, test results and treatment recommendations on medical record form.

    Communicate effectively with Community Medicine staff, MWO and other ASPCA staff.

    Assist in determining the needed scope of services provided by Community Medicine based on experience with patients and clients and provide input into medical protocols.

    Assist in writing, editing and updating protocols for Community Medicine.

    Follow written and verbally communicated ASPCA Standard Operating Procedures.

    Attend staff meetings, doctor meetings 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

    Qualifications:

    Ability to maintain good working relationship with clients and staff, be a team player, Basic computer skills including Microsoft Office and ability to use paperless medical records and view online calendar and email, English required, Bilingual (English and Spanish) preferred, Excellent work attendance record and interpersonal skills, Interest in animal welfare and population control and serving underserved populations, Must have Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree or equivalent, Must possess ability to work independently as well as part of team, Must possess ability to work in high-volume, fast-paced clinic environment

    Veterinarian License - Other

    Language:

    English (Required), Spanish

    Education and Work Experience:

    Doctorate: Veterinary Medicine (Required)

    1 - 2 years of experience in general small animal practice, emergency medicine, community medicine or shelter medicine preferred, 2 years of experience in high quality, high volume spay/neuter strongly preferred, Background in small animal medicine and surgery

     

    Submitted October 15, 2021

    Practice Name: ASPCA

    City: New York

    State: New York

    Contact Person: Erin Dodge

    Phone: 6463155500

    Email: erin.dodge@aspca.org 

    Job Description: Join the ASPCA's Community Medicine team and help bring veterinary care directly to the communities who need it most. We offer a range of free or low-cost, top-quality medical services that goes far beyond basic wellness. Operating a combination of stationary and mobile clinics equipped to treat a wide range of medical conditions, ASPCA veterinarians improve the health and welfare of animals whose owners face financial barriers to care in the five boroughs of New York City.

    Pay: the ASPCA offers a highly competitive salary - you don't have to sacrifice income to work in nonprofit! The starting salary for these NYC full-time roles is $110,000 - $117,000; salary dependent on experience Rewarding work: focus on serving people and pets, not the bottom line

    Training/mentorship: new and experienced DVMs receive individualized on-boarding support and train at our one-of-a-kind ASPCA Spay/Neuter Alliance training center in Asheville, NC, as needed Growth potential: receive a $1500 stipend plus three paid days off annually to attend continuing education opportunities of your choice so you can keep growing Work/life balance: the ASPCA offers a true 40 hour schedule with no on-call or overnight hours

    Benefits: we provide an excellent benefits package, including three weeks paid vacation and a selection of health, dental and vision plans

    Retirement: the ASPCA offers a 401K savings plan with generous employer matching

    $10,000 relocation assistance/signing bonus: we will help you get settled in your new home with up to $10,000 moving expense reimbursement. Don't have to move? Choose a $10,000 signing bonus instead! Minimum requirements apply - ask for details.

    Opportunity: the ASPCA has been dedicated to helping animals for over 150 years - and growing - there has never been a better time to be a veterinarian with us!

    Multiple Locations Available. For a full description of responsibilities and requirements, or to submit your application, visit our website and review the following job postings:

    Glendale Spay/Neuter Clinic (Queens, NY) NYC Mobile Clinics (NYC Mobile Locations) Bronx Community Veterinary Center (Bronx, NY) Brooklyn Community Veterinary Center (Brooklyn, NY)

    Ability to maintain open mind regarding changes and be willing to learn, implement, and teach new protocols

    Ability to work equally well independently or as part of a team

    Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Microsoft Office and Outlook proficiency

    Must be able to lift and carry 40-plus pounds repeatedly throughout day with assistance

    Must be interested in animal welfare population control and serving low-income communities

    Must have excellent work attendance record

    Must have strong interest in animal welfare and/or promoting spay/neuter

    Must hold NY State Veterinarian License

    Must possess ability to work in high-volume, fast-paced clinic environment

    Must possess excellent animal handling skills, including the ability to lift and move domestic animals in stressful conditions, up to 25 lbs with assistance

    Must possess excellent customer service skills, with the ability to maintain good working relationship with clients and staff

    Must possess the ability to work efficiently and calmly under challenging conditions, including the ability to occasionally work in physically challenging conditions and wear appropriate protective gear

    Must possess the ability to work standing for 8-plus hours Will be required to reach, bend, crouch, climb, kneel, and move freely to access animals in overhead and low cages when necessary.

     

    Submitted September 24, 2021

    Practice Name: Destination Pet

    City: New York

    State: New York

    Contact Person: Emily Cooper

    Phone: 724-902-0493

    Email: emily.cooper@destpet.com 

    Job Description: Whitestone Veterinary Care is a full-service animal hospital in Whitestone NY. Our Veterinarians have been providing the highest-quality veterinary care to the pets of Whitestone, Flushing, Bayside, College Point and Fresh Meadows for over 15 years. Whether you are looking for pet wellness care and vaccinations, sick or injured pet visits, critical care, surgical services, pet dental care, therapeutic laser or geriatric care for your pet, our veterinarians are here to help!

    Over the years, we have strived to provide our clients with the perfect balance between state-of-the-art medicine and a convenient, welcoming atmosphere.

    Our purpose is to provide our patients with an extremely high level of medical care and to help them live comfortable, long and happy lives with their families. This means offering the best possible preventative, medical, surgical and dental care.

    Our staff interacts with both people and their four-legged family members on a personal level, providing individualized care in a compassionate, nurturing manner. It's a level of care our clients have come to truly appreciate and trust.

    We are currently looking for a medical director to join our team!

    Learn more about Animal Medical Hospital by clicking here

    Our Ideal Candidate:

    • Delivering superb customer service for our clients and tailored, ethical care for their pets
    • Managing routine, sick, and emergency visits
    • Performing elective, semi-elective, and emergency procedures (as comfort allows)
    • Performing dental prophylaxis, digital dental radiology, and extractions (as comfort allows)
    • Entering and updating patient records
    • Building treatment plans, surgical plans, hospitalization plans, and/or transfer plans
    • Providing preventative, diagnostic, medical, and surgical recommendations & client education
    • Completing drug calculations, drug administration, prescriptions, and refill requests
    • Overseeing in-house and outbound diagnostics and follow-up calls
    • Performing digital radiology, bandaging, and immobilization
    • Leading your support staff to veterinary excellence through respect, kindness, and education

    Our Benefits:

    • Free Health Care Premiums covered by us!
    • Mentorship
    • Set paths to leadership opportunities
    • A healthy work-life balance with flexible & set schedule opportunities, stability & no on-call
    • A great team environment, support staff, and back-office support so that you can focus on medicine and not worry about the rest
    • 401k
    • Pet Care discounts
    • Free Short & Long Term Disability
    • Licensing, DEA, PLIT insurance included
    • Annual CE allowance
    • Tuition Reimbursement / Student Debt Relief
    • Generous PTO
    • Opportunity to grow your career with a network of likeminded professionals

    Take a look around on our website HERE! If you are ready to join an established team of veterinarians, work with an engaged staff, and receive great benefits, we are ready to meet you! Please submit your CV for confidential consideration.

    Requirements

    DVM

     

    Submitted September 24, 2021

    Practice Name: Destination Pet

    City: New York

    State: New York

    Contact Person: Emily Cooper

    Phone: 7249020493

    Email: emily.cooper@destpet.com 

    Job Description: North Shore Animal Hospital been serving Bayside, Flushing, Whitestone, and the greater Queens, New York area for over 75 years. With many years of experience under our collective belt, you can rest assured that your patient is in compassionate, capable hands. At our animal hospital in Bayside, we know pets are treasured members of a family and we strive to nurture their health, happiness, and well-being through advanced medicine and gentle handling.

    Benefits You Can See:

    • FREE (health care premiums & short/long term disability)
    • Sign-on bonus & relocation expenses covered
    • 401k plans; licensing, DEA, PLIT insurance included
    • Annual CE allowance; tuition reimbursement; student debt relief
    • Generous PTO

    Benefits You Can Feel:

    • A special investment in team-building with mentorship pathways, as well as paths to leadership opportunities
    • A healthy workplace culture where flexibility or set schedule opportunities are made to cater to you (& no on-call)
    • A team who believes in building trust with clients and with each other
    • Serious admin support so that you can focus on medicine with more peace of mind
    • Leading your support staff to veterinary excellence through kindness, and education

    Your Fundamental Skills:

    • routine, sick, and emergency visits
    • elective, semi-elective, and emergency procedures (as comfort allows)
    • dental prophylaxis, digital dental radiology, and extractions (as comfort allows)
    • treatment plans, surgical plans, hospitalization plans, and/or transfer plans
    • preventative, diagnostic, medical, surgical recommendations & client education
    • drug calculations, drug administration, prescriptions
    • in-house and outbound diagnostics and client communication
    • digital radiology, bandaging, and immobilization

    If you are ready to join an established team of veterinarians, work with an engaged staff, and receive great benefits, we are ready to meet you! Please submit your CV for confidential consideration.

    Requirements

    DVM

     

    Submitted September 24, 2021

    Practice Name:  Associate DVM - Up to $50k Sign on!

    City: New York

    State: New York

    Contact Person: Emily Cooper

    Phone: 7249020493

    Email: emily.cooper@destpet.com 

    Job Description: Description

    Located in the hustle and bustle of Murray Hill, Manhattan, Murray Hill Pet Hospital offers top-notch veterinary services for both dogs and cats. Within easy walking distance from major landmarks like the Chrysler Building and Madison Square Garden, our hospital is easily accessible for anyone in the surrounding boroughs of New York City.

    We are currently looking for an associate to join our growing team! We are offering up to a $50,000 sign on bonus to join our team!

    Benefits You Can See:

    • FREE (health care premiums & short/long term disability)
    • Sign-on bonus & relocation expenses covered
    • 401k plans; licensing, DEA, PLIT insurance included
    • Annual CE allowance; tuition reimbursement; student debt relief
    • Generous PTO

    Benefits You Can Feel:

    • A special investment in team-building with mentorship pathways, as well as paths to leadership opportunities
    • A healthy workplace culture where flexibility or set schedule opportunities are made to cater to you (& no on-call)
    • A team who believes in building trust with clients and with each other
    • Serious admin support so that you can focus on medicine with more peace of mind
    • Leading your support staff to veterinary excellence through kindness, and education

    Your Fundamental Skills:

    • routine, sick, and emergency visits
    • elective, semi-elective, and emergency procedures (as comfort allows)
    • dental prophylaxis, digital dental radiology, and extractions (as comfort allows)
    • treatment plans, surgical plans, hospitalization plans, and/or transfer plans
    • preventative, diagnostic, medical, surgical recommendations & client education
    • drug calculations, drug administration, prescriptions
    • in-house and outbound diagnostics and client communication
    • digital radiology, bandaging, and immobilization

    Take a look around on our website HERE! If you are ready to join an established team of veterinarians, work with an engaged staff, and receive great benefits, we are ready to meet you! Please submit your CV for confidential consideration.

    Requirements

    DVM

     

    Submitted September 24, 2021

    Practice Name: Destination Pet

    City: New York

    State: New York

    Contact Person: Emily Cooper

    Phone: 7249020493

    Email: emily.cooper@destpet.com 

    Job Description: Veterinary Care Unlimited is excited to look for the next new veterinarian to join our growing team! If you're searching for a career in the Howard Beach, Ozone Park, and Richmond Hill areas, look no further than Veterinary Care Unlimited. Our skilled and compassionate team provides high-quality care for each and every animal that walks, swims, flies, or slithers through our door. From wellness care and surgery to rehabilitation and stem cell therapy, we can care for all pet's needs. Cats, dogs, birds, fish, reptiles, pocket pets, and hobby farm animals are all welcome here!

    Our full-service veterinary centers are equipped to tend to all of your patient's health needs. We strive to make our services as low-stress as possible and will do everything we can to ensure the health and happiness of our patients.

    Benefits You Can See:

    • FREE (health care premiums & short/long term disability)
    • Sign-on bonus & relocation expenses covered
    • 401k plans; licensing, DEA, PLIT insurance included
    • Annual CE allowance; tuition reimbursement; student debt relief
    • Generous PTO

    Benefits You Can Feel:

    • A special investment in team-building with mentorship pathways, as well as paths to leadership opportunities
    • A healthy workplace culture where flexibility or set schedule opportunities are made to cater to you (& no on-call)
    • A team who believes in building trust with clients and with each other
    • Serious admin support so that you can focus on medicine with more peace of mind
    • Leading your support staff to veterinary excellence through kindness, and education

    Your Fundamental Skills:

    • routine, sick, and emergency visits
    • elective, semi-elective, and emergency procedures (as comfort allows)
    • dental prophylaxis, digital dental radiology, and extractions (as comfort allows)
    • treatment plans, surgical plans, hospitalization plans, and/or transfer plans
    • preventative, diagnostic, medical, surgical recommendations & client education
    • drug calculations, drug administration, prescriptions
    • in-house and outbound diagnostics and client communication
    • digital radiology, bandaging, and immobilization

    Take a look around on our website HERE! If you are ready to join an established team of veterinarians, work with an engaged staff, and receive great benefits, we are ready to meet you! Please submit your CV for confidential consideration.

    Requirements

    DVM

     

    Submitted September 15, 2021

    Practice Name: ASPCA

    City: New York

    State: NEW YORK

    Contact Person: Erin Dodge

    Phone: 6463155500

    Email: erin.dodge@aspca.org

    Job Description: More than 25 million pets live with people in poverty in the U.S. The ASPCA offers veterinarians a rare opportunity to help.

    Community medicine is an exciting career path for veterinarians who want to make a difference while mastering a wide range of skills. ASPCA Community Medicine (CM) veterinarians balance their time between two disciplines - general practice and spay/neuter surgery - supporting underserved pet owners at little or no cost to them. CM also provides HQHVSN for community cats and prepare homeless animals for adoption.  

    Pay: Earn a competitive salary with terrific benefits Rewarding work: Focus on serving people and pets, not on generating revenue

    Mentorship: Receive individualized on-boarding training and support from veterinarians experienced in community medicine and high quality, high volume spay/neuter surgery (HQHVSN); new graduates are welcome - earn a full salary while you learn Work/life balance: A true 40-hour fixed Tues-Sat schedule - no on-call or overnights Also: 3 weeks paid vacation, 6 paid holidays, paid sick leave, family leave and personal time Veterinary Oversight: Clinical/surgical protocols and medical decisions are made by Veterinarians Here's a bonus: We are now offering a signing bonus of $5,000 for all newly hired CM vterinarians that join our Miami team Apply now! For more information and a complete job description and list of qualifications, click one of the links below or visit our website.

     

    Submitted August 15, 2021

    Practice Name: Animal Medical Hospital

    City: Hempstead

    State: NYC

    Contact Person: Anthony Barge

    Phone: 3104631035

    Email: anthony.barge@destpet.com 

    Job Description: Associate DVM

    Hempstead, NY

    Description

    Animal Medical Hospital, located in Nassau County, just off the Southern State Parkway, New York provides a comprehensive range of veterinary services for both dogs and cats. Our primary mission is to provide quality and compassionate care to both pets and their families.

    Over the years, we have strived to provide our clients with the perfect balance between state-of-the-art medicine and a convenient, welcoming atmosphere.

    Our purpose is to provide our patients with an extremely high level of medical care and to help them live comfortable, long and happy lives with their families. This means offering the best possible preventative, medical, surgical and dental care.

    Our staff interacts with both people and their four-legged family members on a personal level, providing individualized care in a compassionate, nurturing manner. It's a level of care our clients have come to truly appreciate and trust.

    Whether you've just arrived to the Rockville Centre, Baldwin, Garden City, Freeport or surrounding areas of Long Island, New York or you're ready for a change, we invite you to our practice.

    We are currently looking for an associate veterinarian to join our team!

    Learn more about Animal Medical Hospital by clicking here

    Benefits You Can See:

    • FREE (health care premiums & short/long term disability)
    • Sign-on bonus & relocation expenses covered
    • 401k plans; licensing, DEA, PLIT insurance included
    • Annual CE allowance; tuition reimbursement; student debt relief
    • Generous PTO

    Benefits You Can Feel:

    • A special investment in team-building with mentorship pathways, as well as paths to leadership opportunities
    • A healthy workplace culture where flexibility or set schedule opportunities are made to cater to you (& no on-call)
    • A team who believes in building trust with clients and with each other
    • Serious admin support so that you can focus on medicine with more peace of mind
    • Leading your support staff to veterinary excellence through kindness, and education

    Your Fundamental Skills:

    • routine, sick, and emergency visits
    • elective, semi-elective, and emergency procedures (as comfort allows)
    • dental prophylaxis, digital dental radiology, and extractions (as comfort allows)
    • treatment plans, surgical plans, hospitalization plans, and/or transfer plans
    • preventative, diagnostic, medical, surgical recommendations & client education
    • drug calculations, drug administration, prescriptions
    • in-house and outbound diagnostics and client communication
    • digital radiology, bandaging, and immobilization

    Take a look around on our website HERE ! If you are ready to join an established team of veterinarians, work with an engaged staff, and receive great benefits, we are ready to meet you! Please submit your CV for confidential consideration.

    Requirements

    • DVM

     

    Submitted August 15, 2021

    Practice Name: Veterinary Care Unlimited

    City: Queen

    State: NYC

    Contact Person: Anthony Barge

    Phone: 3104631035

    Email: anthony.barge@destpet.com 

    Job Description: Associate DVM - Up to $50k Sign On!

    Queens, NY

    Description

    Veterinary Care Unlimited is excited to look for the next new veterinarian to join our growing team! If you're searching for a career in the Howard Beach, Ozone Park, and Richmond Hill areas, look no further than Veterinary Care Unlimited. Our skilled and compassionate team provides high-quality care for each and every animal that walks, swims, flies, or slithers through our door. From wellness care and surgery to rehabilitation and stem cell therapy, we can care for all pet's needs. Cats, dogs, birds, fish, reptiles, pocket pets, and hobby farm animals are all welcome here!

    Our full-service veterinary centers are equipped to tend to all of your patient's health needs. We strive to make our services as low-stress as possible and will do everything we can to ensure the health and happiness of our patients.

    Benefits You Can See:

    • FREE (health care premiums & short/long term disability)
    • Sign-on bonus & relocation expenses covered
    • 401k plans; licensing, DEA, PLIT insurance included
    • Annual CE allowance; tuition reimbursement; student debt relief
    • Generous PTO

    Benefits You Can Feel:

    • A special investment in team-building with mentorship pathways, as well as paths to leadership opportunities
    • A healthy workplace culture where flexibility or set schedule opportunities are made to cater to you (& no on-call)
    • A team who believes in building trust with clients and with each other
    • Serious admin support so that you can focus on medicine with more peace of mind
    • Leading your support staff to veterinary excellence through kindness, and education

    Your Fundamental Skills:

    • routine, sick, and emergency visits
    • elective, semi-elective, and emergency procedures (as comfort allows)
    • dental prophylaxis, digital dental radiology, and extractions (as comfort allows)
    • treatment plans, surgical plans, hospitalization plans, and/or transfer plans
    • preventative, diagnostic, medical, surgical recommendations & client education
    • drug calculations, drug administration, prescriptions
    • in-house and outbound diagnostics and client communication
    • digital radiology, bandaging, and immobilization

    Take a look around on our website HERE! If you are ready to join an established team of veterinarians, work with an engaged staff, and receive great benefits, we are ready to meet you! Please submit your CV for confidential consideration.

    Requirements

    • DVM

     

    Submitted August 9, 2021

    Practice Name: ASPCA

    City: New York

    State: New York

    Contact Person: Erin Dodge

    Phone: 6463155500

    Email: erin.dodge@aspca.org 

    Job Description: DVM - Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, ASPCA Community Medicine ASPCA Join the ASPCA's Community Medicine team and help bring veterinary care directly to the communities who need it most. We offer a range of free or low-cost, top-quality medical services that goes far beyond basic wellness. Operating a combination of stationary and mobile clinics equipped to treat a wide range of medical conditions, ASPCA veterinarians improve the health and welfare of animals whose owners face financial barriers to care in the five boroughs of New York City.

    Pay: the ASPCA offers a highly competitive salary - you don't have to sacrifice income to work in nonprofit! The starting salary for these NYC full-time roles is $110,000 - $117,000; salary dependent on experience Rewarding work: focus on serving people and pets, not the bottom line

    Training/mentorship: new and experienced DVMs receive individualized on-boarding support and train at our one-of-a-kind ASPCA Spay/Neuter Alliance training center in Asheville, NC, as needed Growth potential: receive a $1500 stipend plus three paid days off annually to attend continuing education opportunities of your choice so you can keep growing Work/life balance: the ASPCA offers a true 40 hour schedule with no on-call or overnight hours

    Benefits: we provide an excellent benefits package, including three weeks paid vacation and a selection of health, dental and vision plans

    Retirement: the ASPCA offers a 401K savings plan with generous employer matching

    $10,000 relocation assistance/signing bonus: we will help you get settled in your new home with up to $10,000 moving expense reimbursement. Don't have to move? Choose a $10,000 signing bonus instead! Minimum requirements apply - ask for details.

    Opportunity: the ASPCA has been dedicated to helping animals for over 150 years - and growing - there has never been a better time to be a veterinarian with us!

    Multiple Locations Available. For a full description of responsibilities and requirements, or to submit your application, click on the location of interest below:

    Glendale Spay/Neuter Clinic (Queens, NY) NYC Mobile Clinics (NYC Mobile Locations) Bronx Community Veterinary Center (Bronx, NY) Brooklyn Community Veterinary Center (Brooklyn, NY) Ability to maintain open mind regarding changes and be willing to learn, implement, and teach new protocols Ability to work equally well independently or as part of a team Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Microsoft Office and Outlook proficiency Must be able to lift and carry 40-plus pounds repeatedly throughout day with assistance Must be interested in animal welfare population control and serving low-income communities Must have excellent work attendance record Must have strong interest in animal welfare and/or promoting spay/neuter Must hold NY State Veterinarian License Must possess ability to work in high-volume, fast-paced clinic environment Must possess excellent animal handling skills, including the ability to lift and move domestic animals in stressful conditions, up to 25 lbs with assistance Must possess excellent customer service skills, with the ability to maintain good working relationship with clients and staff Must possess the ability to work efficiently and calmly under challenging conditions, including the ability to occasionally work in physically challenging conditions and wear appropriate protective gear Must possess the ability to work standing for 8-plus hours Will be required to reach, bend, crouch, climb, kneel, and move freely to access animals in overhead and low cages when necessary.

    9 current openings.

    Employer will assist with relocation costs.

    Additional Salary Information: Competitive salaries, benefits, and signing bonus included

     

    Submitted July 12, 2021

    Practice Name: ASPCA

    City: Queens, NYC Mobile Locations, Bronx, Brooklyn (4 separate positions)

    State: New York

    Contact Person: Erin Dodge

    Phone: 6463155500

    Email: erin.dodge@aspca.org 

    Job Description: Join the ASPCA's Community Medicine team and help bring veterinary care directly to the communities who need it most. We offer a range of free or low-cost, top-quality medical services that goes far beyond basic wellness. Operating a combination of stationary and mobile clinics equipped to treat a wide range of medical conditions, ASPCA veterinarians improve the health and welfare of animals whose owners face financial barriers to care in the five boroughs of New York City.

    Pay: the ASPCA offers a highly competitive salary - you don't have to sacrifice income to work in nonprofit! The starting salary for these NYC full-time roles is $110,000 - $117,000; salary dependent on experience Rewarding work: focus on serving people and pets, not the bottom line

    Training/mentorship: new and experienced DVMs receive individualized on-boarding support and train at our one-of-a-kind ASPCA Spay/Neuter Alliance training center in Asheville, NC, as needed Growth potential: receive a $1500 stipend plus three paid days off annually to attend continuing education opportunities of your choice so you can keep growing Work/life balance: the ASPCA offers a true 40 hour schedule with no on-call or overnight hours

    Benefits: we provide an excellent benefits package, including three weeks paid vacation and a selection of health, dental and vision plans

    Retirement: the ASPCA offers a 401K savings plan with generous employer matching

    $10,000 relocation assistance/signing bonus: we will help you get settled in your new home with up to $10,000 moving expense reimbursement. Don't have to move? Choose a $10,000 signing bonus instead! Minimum requirements apply - ask for details.

    Opportunity: the ASPCA has been dedicated to helping animals for over 150 years - and growing - there has never been a better time to be a veterinarian with us!

    Multiple Locations Available. For a full description of responsibilities and requirements, or to submit your application, click on the location of interest below:

    Glendale Spay/Neuter Clinic (Queens, NY) NYC Mobile Clinics (NYC Mobile Locations) Bronx Community Veterinary Center (Bronx, NY) Brooklyn Community Veterinary Center (Brooklyn, NY) Ability to maintain open mind regarding changes and be willing to learn, implement, and teach new protocols Ability to work equally well independently or as part of a team Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Microsoft Office and Outlook proficiency Must be able to lift and carry 40-plus pounds repeatedly throughout day with assistance Must be interested in animal welfare population control and serving low-income communities Must have excellent work attendance record Must have strong interest in animal welfare and/or promoting spay/neuter Must hold NY State Veterinarian License Must possess ability to work in high-volume, fast-paced clinic environment Must possess excellent animal handling skills, including the ability to lift and move domestic animals in stressful conditions, up to 25 lbs with assistance Must possess excellent customer service skills, with the ability to maintain good working relationship with clients and staff Must possess the ability to work efficiently and calmly under challenging conditions, including the ability to occasionally work in physically challenging conditions and wear appropriate protective gear Must possess the ability to work standing for 8-plus hours Will be required to reach, bend, crouch, climb, kneel, and move freely to access animals in overhead and low cages when necessary.

    Our EEO Policy:

    The ASPCA is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, gender, gender identity or expression, age, marital or domestic partner status, citizenship status, sexual orientation, disability, genetic information, military or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local laws, regulations or ordinances.

    Applicants with disabilities may be entitled to a reasonable accommodation under the terms of the Americans with Disabilities Act and certain state or local laws. A reasonable accommodation is a change in the ASPCA's standard application process, which will ensure an equal employment opportunity without imposing undue hardship on the ASPCA. Please inform the ASPCA's People Team if you need an accommodation in order to complete any forms or to otherwise participate in the application process.

    Individuals seeking employment are considered without regards to race, color, creed, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, gender, gender identity or expression, age, marital or domestic partner status, citizenship status, sexual orientation, disability, genetic information, military or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local laws, regulations or ordinances.

    ASPCA is an Equal Opportunity Employer (M/F/D/V).

    NOTES:

    9 openings.

    Employer will assist with relocation costs.

    Additional Salary Information: Competitive salaries, benefits, and signing bonus included

     

    Submitted May 6, 2021

    Practice Name: Veterinary Emergency Group

    City: Valhalla

    State: NEW YORK

    Contact Person: Lexi Bretl

    Phone: 7159235392

    Email: students@veg.vet 

    Job Description: Veterinary Emergency Group is hiring a VEG Campus Ambassador for the 2021-2022 school year! If you consider yourself creative, outgoing, and a great planner, then this is the opportunity for you! We are looking for a passionate Campus Ambassador to represent us on campus and be responsible for increasing VEG's visibility by hosting social events, monthly pop-ups, learning opportunities, and much more! This student will serve as the liaison for VEG when we come to visit and help coordinate lecture presentations, happy hours, etc.

    Ambassador responsibilities:

    Act as a liaison between VEG and the student body Plan and execute events on campus (schedule rooms, advertise events, manage any catering, etc.) Be a source of knowledge for your peers about VEG Student Opportunities Keep VEG updated on any on-campus sponsorship opportunities Promote VEG on social media Connect interested students with VEG Campus Recruiter Participate in monthly phone calls w/ VEG Campus Recruiter Who is eligible? This opportunity is open to rising second and third year veterinary students that are members of the Emergency and Critical Care Club on campus.

    Passionate: must eat, sleep, breathe all things EMERGENCY!

    Articulate: as a social butterfly, you can communicate with anyone on campus!

    Reliable: you're dependable - we can count on you to crush any deadline!

    Fun: you're the life of the party and know how to have a good time!

    Connected: you're kind of a big deal and will have no problem getting a hype squad at our events!

    Perks

    Competitive stipend

    Unlimited networking opportunities with VEGgies and ER doctors All-inclusive VEG leadership summit High-quality VEG swag (backpack, yeti, apparel, etc.) Mentorship

    If you have any questions, please email students@veg.vet.

     

    Submitted March 30, 2021

    Practice Name: ASPCA

    City: Manhattan

    State: New York

    Contact Person: Stefanie Leguillow

    Phone: 646-398-1838

    Email: stefanie.leguillow@aspca.org 

    Job Description

    More than 25 million pets live with people in poverty in the U.S. The ASPCA offers veterinarians a rare opportunity to help.

    Community medicine is an exciting career path for veterinarians who want to make a difference while mastering a wide range of skills. ASPCA Community Medicine (CM) veterinarians balance their time between two disciplines - general practice and spay/neuter surgery - supporting underserved pet owners at little or no cost to them. CM also provides HQHVSN for community cats and prepare homeless animals for adoption, including graduates of our Kitten Nursery and Animal Recovery Center. New graduates are encouraged to apply!

    Pay: Earn a competitive salary with terrific benefits - you can work in nonprofit and afford to live in NYC!
    Rewarding work: Focus on serving people and pets, not on generating revenue

    Mentorship: Receive individualized on-boarding training and support from veterinarians experienced in community medicine and high quality, high volume spay/neuter surgery (HQHVSN); new graduates are welcome - earn a full salary while you learn

    Work/life balance: A true 40-hour fixed Tues-Sat schedule - no on-call or overnights Also: 3 weeks paid vacation, 6 paid holidays, paid sick leave, family leave and personal time

    Location, location, location: Live and work in one of the greatest cities in the world! We will help you get here with a $3,000 relocation bonus

    Apply now! For more information and a complete job description and list of qualifications, click one of the links below or visit our website

    Community Medicine DVM - NYC Mobile Clinics

    Community Medicine DVM - Glendale, Queens

    Earn a competitive salary commensurate with experience.  Permanent US Work Authorization and NYS DVM license is required.

    Summer start dates available. Contact Stefanie.leguillow@aspca.org or Erin.Dodge@aspca.org for more information today!

     

    Submitted March 4, 2021

    Practice Name: Fort Hill Animal Hospital

    City: Huntington

    State: New York

    Contact Person: Lyndsey Travis, DVM

    Phone: 631-427-1655

     

    Fax: 631-427-1657

    Email: FortHillAnimalHospital@aol.com 

    Job Description

    ATTENTION NEW GRADS and SOON TO BE GRADS - Full time veterinarian wanted for three doctor small animal practice located on the desirable North Shore of Long Island, in Huntington, only 1 hour from Manhattan and even closer to beaches.  Huntington Township has great schools, gyms and bars in the area. We are conveniently located near Dunkin' and 7-11 to help meet your dietary needs. Our privately owned practice was established over 100 years ago and boasts a great educated clientele, new technology such as digital x-ray and ultrasound, affordable prices, and quality medicine. Many of our clients have been using our services for multiple generations. We are a free standing building with large examine rooms. We don't have overnight shifts, no walk in emergencies and no corporate rules to follow freedom to practice medicine. New graduates welcome to join us, we enjoy teaching medicine and surgery.  Ideal candidate would have great communication skills and want to work in a professional and collaborative environment. Benefits include AVMA dues, health insurance, vacation, sick days, CE meeting, and birthday cake. Salary pay, no production based pay. If you are looking for an easy going practice, join our team!

     

    Submitted February 26, 2021

    Practice Name: ASPCA

    City: New York

    State: New York

    Contact Person: Erin Dodge

    Phone: 646-315-5500

    Fax: 914-920-3092

    Email: erin.dodge@aspca.org 

    Job Description

    More than 25 million pets live with people in poverty in the U.S. The ASPCA offers veterinarians a rare opportunity to help.

    Community medicine is an exciting career path for veterinarians who want to make a difference while mastering a wide range of skills. ASPCA Community Medicine (CM) veterinarians balance their time between two disciplines - general practice and spay/neuter surgery - supporting underserved pet owners at little or no cost to them. CM also provides HQHVSN for community cats and prepare homeless animals for adoption, including graduates of our Kitten Nursery and Animal Recovery Center.

    Pay: Earn a competitive salary with terrific benefits - you can work in nonprofit and afford to live in NYC!

    Rewarding work: Focus on serving people and pets, not on generating revenue

    Mentorship: Receive individualized on-boarding training and support from veterinarians experienced in community medicine and high quality, high volume spay/neuter surgery (HQHVSN); new graduates are welcome - earn a full salary while you learn Work/life balance: A true 40-hour fixed Tues-Sat schedule - no on-call or overnights Also: 3 weeks paid vacation, 6 paid holidays, paid sick leave, family leave and personal time Location, location, location: Live and work in one of the greatest cities in the world! We will help you get here with a $3,000 relocation bonus

    Apply now! https://www.aspca.org/about-us/careers

     

    Submitted December 11, 2020

    Practice Name - Green Acres Veterinary Center

    City - Tonawanda

    State - New York

    Contact Person - Jonathan Topczij

    Phone - 716-445-1582

    Email - careers@buffaloveterinarygroup.com 

    Job Description

    We are seeking great people to join our team!  Green Acres Veterinary Center is a growing, progressive, and well-equipped emergency and general practice in Buffalo, New York.  This is an excellent opportunity to join a multi-doctor, multi-practice small animal group that prides itself on bringing quality care to all patients and their owners. Green Acres is part of Buffalo Veterinary Group, a privately owned group of seven practices.  Our veterinarians are supported by a full administrative team in addition to individual practice managers, allowing them to focus on practicing medicine.

    Green Acres is the ideal place to start your veterinarian career!  Our team of nine GP/ER DVMs have years of experience with a diverse caseload and enjoy teaching new veterinarians.  In addition, we are expanding our services.  This summer we will be moving into our new 30,000 sq. ft facility (see above) that will have 18 exam rooms, a dedicated ICU, CT, and endoscopy in addition to our current services.

    Work Schedule

    We provide six months of direct mentorship.  During this time, you will see cases alongside your mentoring veterinarian to allow direct oversight in general practice, emergency medicine, and surgery.  This phase of your employment will provide an excellent base as you transition to your primary schedule.  Once you begin your primary schedule, you will have other colleagues working alongside you to provide support. Your work schedule will average 35-38 hours per week.

    Salary

    New graduates start with a base salary of $95,000!

    Insurance, Dues, Benefits

    We are pleased to provide a comprehensive benefit package including professional liability insurance for the practitioner, health insurance, life insurance, 401(k), DEA registration, and membership dues in the local, state, and national organizations such as AVMA, AAHA, and NYSVMS.  We also provide a comprehensive personal and family pet care discount.  In addition, we provide 10 paid (major) holidays and 10 days of paid vacation per year.  Vacation time is arranged by the doctors and shifts are traded to allow for coverage.  This style of vacation time planning is preferred as it allows flexibility. 

    Continuing CE

    We will pay for annual attendance at a national meeting.  The amount provided for national meetings increases yearly starting at $1,500 up to $2,000.

    Western NY

    Buffalo is a city on the rise, experiencing wonderful growth in the last five years.  Our region is expanding with new business, culture, social, and sporting events.  The area is surrounded by lakes and rivers and is within a short drive of Niagara Falls, Toronto, and the mountains providing a wide range of recreational activities year-round.

    For more information, please contact Paul Harper, DVM at pharper@buffaloveterinarygroup.com.

     

    Submitted September 28, 2020

    Practice Name - River Road Animal Hospital

    City - Niskayuna

    State - NY

    Contact Person - Kent Thornberry

    Email - kthornberry@att.net

    Job Description

    River Road Animal Hospital, a CareVet partner, is looking for a Full-Time Associate Veterinarian to join our team in the Niskayuna, NY area (Relief Coverage would be considered).

    Click here to apply.

    We are a growing 3 doctor small animal practice located in Upstate New York. There are no emergency hours, and we offer many benefits (strong compensation package, health insurance, 401K, PTO, CE Allowance, and Dues/Licenses).

    River Road Animal Hospital was established in 2010, as a 5600 square foot, state of the art facility. The hospital is equipped with digital X-ray, along with digital dental X-ray, and brand-new chemistry and diagnostic laboratory machines. The hospital is also designed with cat and dog specific exam wings. River Road Animal Hospital is an all-inclusive animal care facility, with boarding, grooming, and daycare. We have an open floor plan layout, designed to maximize comfort and to minimize stress for both the patients and staff. River Road Animal Hospital has an amazing clientele and is a friendly, relaxed place to work.

    As a part of our Veterinarian focused culture CareVet offers:

    • Competitive Compensation packages including Base Salaries with % Production
    • Signing and Relocation Bonuses
    • A Robust Benefits Package including Medical Dental & Vision Insurance & 401k with match
    • Employee Assistance Program with a focus on compassion fatigue &stress support
    • Vision for continuous advancement of patient care and services including company paid dues and a focus on CE opportunities

    Niskayuna, NY is a beautiful town in Schenectady County. Living in Niskayuna offers residents a sparse suburban feel while still being close to nature. The parks are well maintained, and there are several nature trails and preserves to enjoy. Niskayuna is close to the Adirondack Park and beautiful Lake George. Niskayuna boasts excellent community facilities and wonderful, highly rated school systems. The local atmosphere is that of a small community with big town conveniences. Niskayuna is a fantastic place to live, work, or raise a family.

    CareVet offers a strong, veterinarian-focused culture at our practices. All of our practices are long established in their communities. Some have leadership looking to transition, providing medical director opportunities and open to new visions, while others have solid continuing leadership in place and looking for strong veterinarians to join in and continue driving excellent patient care and service.

    Explore the CareVet difference and how our 5 pillars of care allow you to focus on your practice while receiving support from experts!

    CareVet’s 5 Pillars of Care

    • Practice Legacy
    • Veterinarians
    • Teams
    • Patients
    • Community

    Being veterinarian-focused means dedication to veterinarians at all stages of their career! We are open to all levels of experience and even offer new graduate mentorship with on-site training and mentorship within CareVet training hospitals. Additionally, we offer relocation opportunities to other hospitals after training is completed!

     

    Submitted June 17, 2020

    Practice Name: Heart of Harlem Veterinary Clinic

    City: Harlem

    State: New York

    Contact Person: Luis O. Sola

    Email: drsola@hofhvc.com

    Job Description

    We are looking to bring in a full time associate to our veterinary clinic. Our modern hospital includes a comfortable reception area, two exam rooms, complete surgical and dental facilities, anesthesia monitoring, diagnostic radiology, pharmacy, diagnostic laboratory, treatment room, isolation, surgical ward and general medical area. We see cats, dogs, exotics, rescues, and pro bono work as well. During this pandemic we have been extremely busy as we were one of the only clinics opened during the pandemic. We started taking precautions since the beginning of March. 

    Full-time (preferred) or Part-time. We offer attractive work hours, no on call or emergency duty required and we are closed on major holidays and Sundays. Must be skilled in general medicine, routine surgery and interest in dentistry a plus. Our practice respects and values our employees’ personal/work balance. Flexible start date.

     

    Submitted March 16, 2020

    Practice Name: Rhinebeck Equine, L.L.P.

    City: Rhinebeck

    State: New York

    Contact Person: Beth Paine

    Email: beth@rhinebeckequine.com 

    Job Description

    Rhinebeck Equine is growing!  We are now hiring for a full time and a seasonal, full time Licensed Veterinary Technician, a Technician enrolled in an accredited AVMA Veterinary Technician program, or an enrolled Veterinary student to work in our hospital. This seasonal position runs until July and potentially into Aug based on the caseload. Flexible schedule preferred availability for some nights and weekends is required.

    Would you like to combine your love of horses with a busy and hands-on job opportunity?  Are you looking for a supportive, professional environment in which to grow your career?  Do you want to make a difference in the health of horses?

    If so, read on!

    Rhinebeck Equine offers an exciting, fast-paced, and client-centered work environment, complete with a great group of people who are supportive, helpful and goal-oriented.  We offer a competitive wage, excellent benefits package, and continuing education opportunities.

    As an LVT/VT, you will be responsible for providing treatments, preparing and administering medications, performing physical exams, passing nasogastric tubes, placing catheters, running fluids, and assisting with diagnostics to our hospitalized patients. As well, you will assist with surgery and nuclear scintigraphy, you will also be responsible for recording treatments and observations in medical records and reporting any abnormalities to the intern veterinarian on the case. You will also assist in the general care and cleaning of our equine patients and their surroundings.

    Excellent customer service skills, computer skills, and horse knowledge are vital to this role. Your horse handling skills will play a part in the hiring decision.  Please highlight your experience in these areas in your resume and cover letter, along with your anticipated wage.  Please note that resume submissions without an accompanying cover letter satisfying the criteria above will not be considered. 

    Rhinebeck Equine is the largest equine referral hospital in the Hudson Valley with board-certified specialists in surgery (2), internal medicine, theriogenology, and ophthalmology. We also have a large field service team servicing horses on the farm in the region. Our focus at Rhinebeck Equine is outstanding patient and client care and also making sure we provide an outstanding work environment. What makes our hospital work so well is the teamwork and support each of our co-workers give to each other.

    If you are interested in joining our dynamic and innovative team, or you have any questions related to the position or requirements, please forward your resume and cover letter to Beth@rhinebeckequine.com

    We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those candidates selected for further screening will be contacted.