We believe happy healthy pets are an integral part of happy healthy communities! Intermountain Pet Hospital is looking for an experienced associate veterinarian who wants to make a difference in their community. We are an established 8 DVM practice located in a fast growing suburb of Boise, Idaho. We are currently looking for the right person to join our team and help us expand our services.
All members of our staff have a strong commitment to our core values of innovation, communication, and excellence. As a business we are purposeful about employee betterment, giving back to our community, and building strong relationships with each client and patient. We have a fear free culture for our patients, and strive to provide clients the best possible experience during each interaction they have with us.
Having been established in the community for 32 years, our practice has built a wonderful clientele and positive reputation in the community. We practice in a state of the art newly remodeled facility. In order to provide patients with exceptional veterinary care, our DVM’s work together with a team based approach but are also encouraged to pursue their special interests in medicine. We have a strong focus on wellness care in our practice and also currently offer minimally invasive surgery, stem cell therapy and PRP, rehabilitation medicine, water therapy, cold laser, acupuncture, behavior medicine and hospice care.
The Boise area is not only a great place to work but also wonderful place to play and raise a family! There are numerous outlets for outdoor play and adventure including skiing, hiking, white water rafting, mountain biking and much more. Families love living in Boise for the affordable living, friendly community spirit, safety and the beautiful four seasons we enjoy.
If Interested you can apply online at https://www.intermountainvet.com/careers
Experience, Education and/or Training
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM/VMD) or equivalent degree required.
License in good standing with the applicable state veterinary board.
License with the Drug Enforcement Agency required.
Proven ability to perform all basic surgeries, including use of all standard medical instruments and equipment.
Ability to recognize that teamwork is essential for a quality practice; ability to work as a team member as well as a doctor.
Working knowledge of and interest in the business aspect of a veterinary practice.
Willingness to stay after hours or work extra hours when needed.
Interest in marketing and growth of the practice.
Display tact and diplomacy with staff members and clients.
Perform basic computer skills, type 30 words per minute.
Physical Effort: Work requires lifting and carrying animals (will be assisted by other staff members in lifting animals over 40 lbs). Walks or stands for extended periods or time; frequently works in a bent position.
Working conditions: May be exposed to unpleasant odors, noises and animal feces. May be exposed to bites, scratches and contagious diseases.