Veterinary Clinic Manager
The Veterinary Clinic Manager is responsible for providing leadership for the clinic, managing veterinary support staff and assuring the optimization of clinic operations. The Veterinary Clinic Manager is also responsible for ensuring the highest quality of customer service is delivered by promoting a team-oriented work environment that encourages peer discussion and constructive communication. In partnership with the Director of Operations and Veterinarian(s) in Charge, the Veterinary Clinic Manager is responsible for the medical and financial performance of the clinic and meeting budget expectations, while maintaining a high standard of quality care. In addition, the Veterinary Clinic Manager is responsible for directing staff and the overall management of the clinic.
FACE Low-Cost Animal Clinic (FACE) is interviewing for a full-time or part-time veterinarian to practice in our fast-paced clinic.
Sandhills SNVC is a HQHVSN clinic located in the Vass, NC. We are currently looking for a PT surgeon to join our team! No weekends or holidays!
Spay/neuter veterinarian needed to meet the demand for affordable spay/neuter in Charleston, WV.
Gulf Coast Humane Society Veterinary Clinic has an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic, energetic veterinarian to join our great team. We are a fast paced, high volume clinic that is priced to meet the needs of our diverse clients in this economy. We need a motivated individual to perform services for our full-service, affordable clinic. This person will also be involved with public relations in our community outreach programs and be a vital part of the management team. We are located in Fort Myers, Florida. Immediate opening available.
Spay/Neuter Veterinarian for Rescue Organization
Seeking a Veterinarian to care for our rescue dogs while they are awaiting adoption.
FT or PT spay/neuter veterinarian needed!
Opening for full or part-time veterinarians who want to focus on surgery! Most surgeries are spays/neuters; other surgeries are allowed/encouraged but not required.
Spay & Neuter Veterinarian
Raise the Woof! The Purrfect Opportunity for a Spay/Neuter Veterinarian is here in Raleigh, NC!
Veterinarians are important team members and leaders in our fast-paced and mission-focused shelter. Primary responsibilities include general examinations, alteration surgeries, soft tissue surgeries, dentistry, animal public health, student teaching, and teamwork. The Shelter Veterinarian will work up and/or direct internal medicine, emergency, and surgical cases.