The salary listed depends on the candidate's experience and skill level.
DVM or equivalent
Don’t compromise. You CAN have it all. This veterinary hospital has what you want:
Established, excellent reputation - privately owned for over forty years;
A healthy work/life balance
Karen-free….it took a while;
Happy, loyal staff;
Cutest patients in town, our patients and clients love us as much as we love them; and
A fabulous opportunity for another vet that shares our vision and values.
This AAHA-accredited small animal hospital is seeking a DVM to work 4 days per week, as well one Saturday (half-day) per month. The DVM will enjoy working in a newly-renovated hospital that is fully-equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and cloud-based electronic health records. The robust management team takes pride in fostering a supportive work environment, where learning and coaching are the norm. The hospital has ample support staff to assure smooth operational flow, with 3 tenured technicians assigned to each DVM daily. Delivering excellent patient care within each client’s budget is the number one priority, and no quotas or revenue goals are required.
The hospital is located in Arcadia, a vibrant, urban neighborhood, nestled between Phoenix and Scottsdale – Great for families or single folk, plenty of restaurants and entertainment.
What You’ll Be Working On
Nurture and maintain client relationships.
Diagnose, treat, and manage a variety of small animal cases.
Educate clients and staff on treatment options and recommendations.
Perform sick and well exams (3 days/week) and surgeries and dentals one day per week.
Collaborating closely with other members of the team.
What’s In It For You
Competitive salary, plus the opportunity to earn quarterly bonuses.
Health, dental and vision insurance.
Generous paid time off.
401k with a 4% match.
Licenses, Dues and memberships are paid for.
Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from an accredited school is required.
Arizona state license, or the ability to obtain one.
Commitment to continuous education and growth.
Acceptance of Fear Free principals.
Strong organizational skills with the ability to adapt and be flexible.
Team player with a passion for working with others.
We started out helping private practice owners get more clients. In doing so, we realized new clients were approaching them and being turned away because they didn't have enough staff to support the demand. They didn't want to turn away new clients - they simply didn't have the time or tools to effectively identify the right person to join their team. This is where we came in.
After spending two years coaching our clients on how to identify and hire talent, we heard over and over "can't you do this for me." The answer was simple - we could, so now we do. We work exclusively with independent, private practice owners helping match them with their ideal candidates to fill openings on their team.
We're not like your typical recruiter in that it's not "place and forget" with us. We spend time getting to know our candidate's desires, matching them with the right practice, and then dedicate ourselves to ensuring a successful integration onto the team too.