Pet Resources of Tracy- Non Profit-Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic
Our busy spay/neuter clinic has an opening for a Managing Veterinarian.
The Managing Veterinarian, working with the Founder, will be responsible for planning and overseeing the direction of our hospital and growing our team members. Our ideal candidate will ensure the highest medical standards and profitable operations of the practice, while educating our clients and staff and delivering the highest quality medical, surgical and preventative care to our patients.
PRT Spay Neuter Clinic is seeking a licensed Veterinarian for our nonprofit low cost spay and neuter clinic located in Tracy, CA. The preferred candidate will be responsible for providing high quality-high volume spay and neuter services for dogs and cats. We are seeking someone who is experienced and passionate about animals and the importance of spay/neuter and understands the impact we can make on the present population and future generations.
The surgeon can expect to perform an average of 25 to 30 surgeries each day. Ability to work well in a fast-paced environment, and provide a positive leadership role with staff is important. Experience in spay/neuter surgery preferred. PRT is dedicated to reducing pet overpopulation through high quality low cost spay/neuter services.
Must be a current licensed Veterinarian in the state of California
Perform surgical sterilizations (spay and neuters) on small and large-sized dogs and cats
Must be able to work standing for 7 or more hours
Follow and support all organizational and medical protocols
Assess animals pre- and post-operatively to ensure appropriate candidacy for surgery and healing
Adheres to aseptic/sterile techniques, throughout surgical process
Demonstrates good speed, when necessary
Must be able to work efficiently and effectively under stressful conditions
Competently performs CPR and other emergency measures, when necessary
Competently handles surgical complications
Communicates effectively with team members
Communicate effectively with Managing Veterinarian, to keep management apprised of all out of the ordinary situations, any issues concerning staff or patients
Prolonged exposure to various aqueous solutions including but not limited to chlorhexidine, povidone iodine, isopropanol, hydrogen peroxide
Potential/prolonged exposure to isoflurane gas
Potential exposure to sharps, including needles and surgical blades