Animal Emergency and Trauma Center , located in beautiful Poulsbo, Washington, is adding an Emergency Veterinarian to its growing hospital. We are excited to have officially transitioned to 24/7, and we are looking to expand our emergency team. Our main shift need is swings Friday through Monday, either 12PM-8PM or 1PM-9PM. We also have the option to rotate shifts throughout the week on our 7AM-7PM and 7PM-7AM shifts.
We are interested in speaking with experienced ER DVMs, internship trained DVMs, and new grads or GP DVMs who have an interest in emergency medicine. ER Mentorship is available!
Our practice has a fantastic team environment with committed staff, focused on providing quality care to our patients and clients. Client service is a high priority with our well trained and committed team. Our culture promotes respect, kindness and team collaboration with a goal of having our staff come to work feeling good about what they do and who they work with daily.
We offer an outstanding benefit and compensation package and encourage professional growth and development. If you want to practice the highest standard of care with our skilled team of dedicated doctors and support staff we want to hear from you!
We are located on the beautifulKitsap Peninsula, where Poulsbo is known for its small town tourist feel with great restaurants, shops and marina. Poulsbo and the surrounding area provide numerous opportunities for outdoor adventurers including kayaking, hiking, boating, mountain climbing, and skiing. Nearby attractions include Olympic rain forest, Mt. Rainier, the Pacific Ocean and the beautiful waters of Puget Sound. We’re a short 40 minute ferry ride to downtown Seattle!
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