Companion pets, rescue pets, and community cats will be seen 4 days a week, doing high-volume surgeries, with additional one-day events throughout the year. The spay/neuter Lead Veterinarian performs all surgeries, establishes policy, and directs the medical team in the clinic's surgical wing. Day-to-day operations of the clinic fall to other staff members.
Candidates must have a current DVM license and be eligible to practice veterinary medicine in Florida and obtain a DEA license.
We offer competitive pay, benefits, and professional development.
Benefits: Competitive salary - $95k-105k Annually Paid Time Off Health Insurance ASPCA Spay/Neuter Alliance Training Program Professional Development No State Income Tax
We are extra excited if you are that person that: Is passionate about helping people and their pets and the homeless animals. Is excited to learn new things, teach others, and enjoys being part of a team. Sometimes wakes up in the morning and thinks you are a superhero!
Location: Located in Northwest Florida, Tallahassee offers a relaxed and low-cost living city in close proximity and driving distances to major tourist destinations and beaches. Enjoy our state’s zero income tax, temperate climate, and southern hospitality.
Tallahassee is the state capital and the home of Florida State University, Florida A&M University, and Tallahassee Community College. The combination of State government and the universities creates an extremely stable economic environment. Tallahassee is a desirable community with a surrounding population of over 300,000, which has attracted excellent veterinarians and is ideal for raising a family. With warm weather for most of the year and excellent school zones, Tallahassee is a wonderful place to live and practice veterinary medicine. Final candidates will receive a personalized complimentary tour of Tallahassee, tailored to your activity and location interests.
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