Medical Director League Hospital at CSU/SPUR
Purpose of Position: The Medical Director of the Dumb Friends League Veterinary Hospital at Colorado State University (CSU) Spur serves as a clinical veterinarian and provides oversight and direction of the Hospital’s team of veterinarians, veterinary interns, and externs. The League’s Veterinary Hospital at CSU Spur is a teaching hospital, providing services within a defined scope of care using an incremental approach, and seeks to increase access to veterinary care for underserved communities. Services include urgent care services for pets who are sick or injured, high quality high volume spay/neuter services, and community vaccine clinics. The Medical Director is responsible for working in partnership with the Practice Manager to lead the hospital, providing mentorship to the doctor team, cultivating a culture of learning and teaching, and establishing strong external relationships with key partners including Colorado State University and community veterinarians.
The primary work of this position involves performing spay/neuter surgeries (majority feline) at our clinic for shelter animals and occasional exams and consults, with the hope of expanding to the public in the future to provide low or no cost spay/neuter and other medical services for our community. We focus on spaying and neutering pets from our shelter, as well as other rescues, local municipal shelter, and doing TNR for community cats.
Medical Director, Shelter Services - Relocation Assistance and Sabbatical Leave Benefits!
Do you love shelter medicine and teaching? The Dumb Friends League in Denver, Colorado is looking for an experienced veterinarian with a passion for teaching to join our team! This is a leadership position within the League’s veterinary team. The League provides our veterinarians a competitive salary, a four 10's schedule, and amazing benefits including relocation assistance, sabbatical leave benefits, student loan assistance and annual support for continuing education. Purpose of Position: Serve as the League’s lead shelter medical and surgical staff member. Establish appropriate veterinary policies for all shelter operations.
Want a rewarding position where you help homeless pets become adoptable so they can find their furever homes and help owned pets, so they do not get surrendered to a shelter? Want to never have to talk to clients about money? Join our amazing and passionate team! We believe every person deserves to have a pet and we never turn away any pet because the owner cannot afford spay/neuter or core vaccines.
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