Are you looking to join a dynamic group of friendly and well established clinics? Midwest Veterinary Partners is a progressive veterinary group offering many general practice locations, as well as urgent care and emergency facilities. We are seeking an enthusiastic professional to join our team as a full-time, or part-time Associate Veterinarian. We have locations throughout the Milwaukee Wisconsin area, as well as northern Illinois and Michigan. Come check out all that the friendly Midwest has to offer!
Our group specializes in providing high quality, progressive, compassionate and convenient care for our patients. We firmly believe that no patient should be turned away. We recognize the importance of the relationships between humans and animals and we see our clients and patients as extended family. We provide many services such as wellness examinations, immunizations, surgery, radiology, boarding, grooming, in-house laboratory, and emergency services at our various locations. We have a highly skilled technical team including CVTs and specialty certified technicians.
The successful candidate has great people skills, is efficient, focused on quality care, and excels at assuring client satisfaction. The associate will practice general medicine and surgery with high quality equipment at their fingertips, including digital x-ray and state of the art dental equipment. The ideal candidate will be self-motivated, a critical thinker, and a good communicator. Experience with AVImark software in a paperless environment is ideal.
Full Time Benefits Include: Very Competitive Compensation, commensurate with experience Retirement Plan Medical Insurance Continuing Education Licenses and Dues Paid Time Off Relocation allowance and signing bonus
If you would like to work in one of our welcoming veterinary hospitals and share our group philosophy, please email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org We look forward to meeting you!
Licensed Veterinarian in the state of Wisconsin OR eligible for license in the state of Wisconsin