Submitted September 28, 2020
Practice Name - Spring Hill Veterinary Clinic
City - Spring Hill
State - KS
Contact Person - Kent Thornberry
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Spring Hill, a CareVet partner, has openings for a Full-time or Part-Time Associate Veterinarian in the Spring Hill, KS area (Relief Coverage would be considered). We are seeking a motivated, enthusiastic, efficient, friendly individual looking for a diverse medical and surgical caseload.
Full-time or Part-Time associate veterinarian needed for growing, busy 4-doctor, small animal practice in Spring Hill, KS. Our state-of-the-art facility offers In-house blood machine, digital radiography, ultrasound, Tonovet, and more. Avimark medical software. We have a wonderful team and focus on quality medicine, family relationships with our clients. We believe we should always offer the very best care. We offer a great compensation package (Pro-sal, health insurance, matching 401K, PTO, CE & License/ dues coverage) Our doctors have no after-hours emergencies.
As a part of our Veterinarian focused culture CareVet offers:
- Competitive Compensation packages including Base Salaries with % Production
- Signing and Relocation Bonuses
- A Robust Benefits Package including Medical Dental & Vision Insurance & 401k with match
- Employee Assistance Program with a focus on compassion fatigue &stress support
- Vision for continuous advancement of patient care and services including company paid dues and a focus on CE opportunities
Spring Hill is located just a few minutes South of Overland Park / Kansas City in a rapidly growing, affluent area. Fun family environment with small town feel, yet only minutes away from the KC metroplex.
CareVet offers a strong, veterinarian-focused culture at our practices. All of our practices are long established in their communities. Some have leadership looking to transition, providing medical director opportunities and open to new visions, while others have solid continuing leadership in place and looking for strong veterinarians to join in and continue driving excellent patient care and service.
Explore the CareVet difference and how our 5 pillars of care allow you to focus on your practice while receiving support from experts!
CareVet’s 5 Pillars of Care
- Practice Legacy
Being veterinarian-focused means dedication to veterinarians at all stages of their career! We are open to all levels of experience and even offer new graduate mentorship with on-site training and mentorship within CareVet training hospitals. Additionally, we offer relocation opportunities to other hospitals after training is completed!
Submitted September 21, 2020
Practice Name - The Animal Hospital
City - PLAINVILLE
State - KS
Contact Person - Lauren C. Mack
Phone - 860.992.8735
Email - email@example.com
More than just a Mixed Animal Practice!
Are you tired of navigating the ins and out of veterinary job ads? We are too! Look, we are a keep-it-real, drive it forward, team of people who love where we live, who we work with and what we do. Let us break it down for you!
Who: We are a 3 doctor two location practice with an awesome support team in the heart of Kansas. We are looking to add a 4th doctor to our team!
Where: We eat, sleep, breathe, play and work in cow-calf country in rural Kansas. Literally more cows than people and we are close to a large, local college town for people-needs (AKA great restaurants, shopping, fun social events and general suburban awesome).
What: We are truly mixed. For example, our current number of species seen in one day record is eight. Overall, we see a lot of beef cattle and cats and dogs along with numerous small ruminants, exotics (hoof stock and pocket pets) and a smattering of horses, camelids and anything but primates. Primates are a no-go for us.
Why: The whole truth. This work involves less than ideal weather, shared on-call hours and some hard work. So why do we do this? We have the equipment (plus some cool toys) to get the work done and full facilities to work safely, but it's really about the PEOPLE. The team and our clients make our days fun, buffer the struggles and give our job purpose.
What we can promise:
- True teamwork and support. This team wants you, us and the whole practice to succeed.
- Hands-on Mentorship. We will coach, lead and help you become the doctor you want to be.
- Diverse caseload. Eight species is pretty good, but there are more for us to work on.
- Room to grow. We encourage new ideas and to develop interests and skills within the practice.
- Purpose. We want you to feel your work has purpose and you feel a part of your community.
Submitted August 31, 2020
Practice Name - Kansas Humane Society
City - Wichita
State - KS
Contact Person - Mark Eby
Phone - 316-524-9196
Fax - 316-554-0356
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
POSITION TITLE: Clinic Veterinarian
POSITION REPORTS TO: Shelter Manager - Clinic
POSITIONS SUPERVISED: None
PAY RANGE: $70,000 - $90,000 based on experience. Moving/signing bonus available.
POSITION PURPOSE: Perform quality surgeries, physical examinations, and diagnose and treat shelter animals as KHS resources allow. Collaborate with other clinic veterinarians to develop methods to improve the well-being of shelter pets and increase the Live Release Rate. Assist the Lead Veterinarian in oversight and support of the clinic team by orienting and training Clinic Staff and volunteers.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Animal Care: Promote the humane care and treatment of animals. Perform quality exams. Diagnose and treat shelter animals. Provide prognosis for conditions and develop treatment plans. Must be passionate about the mission of the Kansas Humane Society and understand shelter medicine, population health, and shelter flow.
Adhere to the highest ethical standards of veterinary care, and adhere to state and federal laws governing the practice of veterinary medicine. Perform efficient quality surgeries. Care for feral cats. Accurately complete forms and records so that communication within and between departments is clear. Provide appropriate environment (physical and emotional) during owner present euthanasia. Encourage continuous improvement throughout the shelter to increase the quality of medical and surgical care provided to KHS pets.
Staff and Volunteer Management: Assist the Lead Veterinarian in the development of annual goals that include plans for training and development of staff. Assist the Lead Veterinarian with the day to day direction of Clinic staff and volunteers, as appropriate, as a senior member of the clinic team.
Resource Management: Assist the Lead Veterinarian to utilize resources effectively (people, money, and supplies). Participate in the budget process to ensure appropriate equipment is available to clinic staff and maintained. Assist the Lead Veterinarian in setting both short-term and long-term goals to assure the continued growth and improvement of the Clinic Department.
Customer Service: Provides and models timely, polite, and respectful internal and external customer service regardless of the circumstances. Must remain calm, flexible, and willing to see other perspectives. Maintains strict confidentiality of client, patient, and donor information. Provides recognition and support to both staff and volunteers for their individual contributions to our agency.
Clerical: Willing to train and utilize PetPoint for entering examination findings, test results and vaccination history. PetPoint will also be used for scheduling appointments.
Training: Participates in staff training and development opportunities as requested. Participates in special events, projects, and cross training programs as needed.
EDUCATION/CERTIFICATION: Hold a current Kansas Veterinary License
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE: Veterinary medical knowledge is a must. Shelter medicine is preferred.
EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: Current Veterinary License. NVAP Accreditation.
SKILLS/ABILITIES: Attention to detail a must. Should be able to work as a member of a team, and independently. Should be able to exercise sound judgment and make independent decisions with little to no supervision. A respect for the human/animal bond is a must.
PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES AND REQUIREMENTS OF THIS POSITION:
TALKING: Ability to speak effectively and communicate clearly.
AVERAGE HEARING: Able to hear average conversations.
REPETITIVE MOTION: The employee must be able to use both hands for repetitive actions; firm grasp, precise movements, fine manipulation, typing.
FINGER DEXTERITY: The employee is regularly required to use hands to type.
AVERAGE VISION: Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.
BODY FLEXIBILITY: The employee may be required to climb, balance, kneel, stoop, crouch, or crawl. The employee may be pulled, jolted or jumped on by small and large animals.
PHYSICAL STRENGTH: The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. May also walk, sit, or stand for long periods of time.
May work in areas with high noise level, occasional foul odors, dangerous animals, toxic chemicals, environmental contaminants, zoonotic diseases, and challenging customers. Adequate lighting. Adequate ventilation. Adequate seating. Adequate safety & protective products and equipment. May be required to work in excess of normal work day and work weekends.
MENTAL ACTIVITIES AND REQUIREMENTS OF THIS POSITION
REASONING ABILITY: Ability to deal with a variety of variables under only limited standardization and supervision and to remain focused during times of distraction.
MATHEMATICS ABILITY: Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide all units of measure using whole numbers and common fractions. Ability to perform conversions and figuring medication dose/weight.
LANGUAGE ABILITY: Ability to read, analyze, and interpret documents. Ability to communicate clearly (verbal & written).
EMOTIONAL ABILITY: Ability to cope with stress, loss/ death/grief, emotional and physical fatigue, long hours, and a variety of different human personalities.
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