As we are continually striving to meet the needs of our clients and patients, career opportunities do occur on a regular basis. If you have a passion for veterinary medicine and want to work in an environment that supports personal growth, job satisfaction and continued learning, then this may be the place for you. Please browse our website, drop in or send us your resume.
June 16, 2021
Small Animal Veterinarian
We are looking for a full-time veterinarian. Join our team in a supportive and stimulating environment. We have the diagnostic tools and the expertise to perform high-quality medicine and have an excellent and respectful client base. Our support team are highly trained to help you through your day. Work in a place where everyone is valued and respected, and where you are encouraged to follow your interests, be challenged, and to grow in your career. Plans for 2021-2022 (now underway) include an addition to expand our pet rehabilitation services including a full-size hydrotherapy pool and underwater treadmill. Work week averages 33-36 hours with one Saturday shift per month. We are supported by Huronia Veterinary Emergency Hospital where we are a partner clinic. Please send your cover letter and resume to Kristen, office manager email@example.com
4th Year Veterinary Student External Elective Rotation (2021-2022) and Job Opportunity
July 2, 2021
Calling all 4th-year veterinary students. We have placements available for 4th Year Small Animal Medicine and Surgery elective for the 2021-2022 School Year. We will also be looking to hire a new graduate in the spring of 2022, so this may be a great time to get your feet wet, check out our practice philosophy, and see what we have to offer. We have endless opportunities for continued learning and when we say mentorship, we actually mean it! We work as a collaborative group, meet often, and discuss cases daily. We have more to offer than your average practice including in-house ultrasound, echocardiography, endoscopy, PRP therapy, laparoscopic surgery, laser therapy and pet rehab services. When we say we have these diagnostic tools, we actually do use them on a daily basis - no collecting dust in the corner waiting for someone else to learn how to operate them. Our support staff is highly qualified to support you in your daily workday which allows you to do what you do best - the doctor stuff! For the right candidate, we will pay for your NAVLE, CVO licensing exam, and veterinary license. Fear Free important to you? It is for us too, and we will pay to get you certified. Please contact Kristen firstname.lastname@example.org and get ready to kick start your veterinary career.