Mississippi

Submitted February 20, 2020

Practice Name: Gulfport Veterinary Hospital

City: Gulfport

State: Mississippi

Contact Person: Dr Johnny Geotes

Phone: 2283242512

Fax: 2288640610

Email: Jgeotes53@yahoo.com 

Job Description

Gulfport Veterinary Hospital is seeking a full time associate. Gulfport Veterinary Hospital is located on the beautiful Mississippi Gulf Coast.  We are a well established high volume moderately priced small animal clinic that allows the client to choose what level of care they can afford.

We offer a wide range of services focusing on preventive care along with illness, injury, and surgery. Our hospital is equipped with digital radiography, IDEXX laboratory, and Color ULtrasound.

No after hour emergency call required.

Benefits include:

  • Signing Bonus
  • Medical Insurance
  • Professional Dues
  • Annual meeting registration fees
  • Paid time off
  • Competitive Salary

 

 

Submitted January 6, 2020

Crossroads Animal Hospital in Oxford, MS, is searching for a full-time Veterinary Associate to join our team. Our hospital is a modern building located in the picturesque and affluent college town where Ole Miss resides. Despite the small town charm, there is plenty to do with Memphis and Nashville being a short drive away. We specialize in compassionate and high quality small animal veterinary care. We currently employ 4 experienced veterinarians, all of whom are willing and able to provide mentorship and guidance to new-grad veterinarians.

Our hospital offers in-house lab work, digital radiography, ultrasonography, acupuncture and laser therapy, routine and emergency surgery, digital medical records, 5 exam rooms, dedicated dental and surgical suites, and a large open treatment area. There is the opportunity to make additional income through emergency work and a partnership with a low-cost spay and neuter clinic (optional).

Crossroads Animal Hospital believes in using safe and comfortable technician to doctor ratios and utilizing support staff to their fullest ability, leaving doctors to spend more time practicing medicine! We also provide a fair and flexible work schedule, as well as a supportive and collaborative work environment.

Any level of experience welcome and salary negotiable. We provide a generous incentive package, which includes health care, retirement contribution, CE stipend, paid licensing fees, and discounted pet care and supplies. Interested persons must have a positive attitude, excellent customer service and interpersonal skills.

Visit our website for more information.

If interested please contact Kelsey Hanson, DVM at khansondvm@gmail.com.

 

Submitted December 11, 2019

Practice Name: Humane Society of South Mississippi

City: Gulfport

State: MS

Contact Person: JP Nicolais

Phone: 3012218377

Email: jpnicolais@yahoo.com 

Job Description: December Update

Job Title: Chief Surgeon                

Department: Clinical

Reports To: Chief Executive Officer

Direct Reports: Associate Veterinarian, Contract Veterinarian(s) FLSA Status: Full Time, Salary, Exempt Pay Rate: up to $135,000 annually based on experience and surgery volume.

Summary

Directs the proper utilization of resources including employees, facilities, equipment and supplies for Spay/Neuter Clinic. Maintains the proper operational controls, administrative and reporting procedures to effectively maintain and grow the Spay/Neuter Clinic. Ensures operating efficiency while providing the highest quality of care to public and shelter animals.  

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Performs surgical sterilization of shelter and public animals; comfortable with High Volume High Quality Spay Neuter (HVHQSN) techniques as well as pediatric spay and neuter
  • Ensures that the highest level of service and care are provided and that changes in animals' conditions are recorded 
  • Examines animals, evaluates animals' health and performs veterinary medical and surgical procedures including vaccinations, prescribing and administering of medications, anti-parasite treatments, tests and lab work for infection, and spay and neuter surgery as well as other ancillary procedures as needed
  • Assists with post-operative monitoring, addresses post-operative complications, and staff training 
  • Establishes and maintains medical record and drug use logs to standards of veterinary and sheltering practices; ensures that records are in order and complete
  • Ensures that all state and federal laws, state regulations, and accepted standards and procedures regarding clinic operations, the practice of veterinary medicine, drug control, and animal care and handling are adhered to  
  • Maintains up-to-date knowledge of shelter animal health protocols, surgical procedures and companion animal health issues
  • Performs forensic examinations and necropsies as required and commits findings to writing that may be used in a court of law; may be subpoenaed to court as an expert witness
  • Assists in monitoring inventory and cost analysis of medical supplies and pharmaceuticals
  • Expected to set a positive example for staff in terms of leadership and demonstrate a professional, compassionate attitude
  • Promotes communication and cooperation between HSSM departments, staff, volunteers, and the public as well as local veterinary practitioners.

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree, or equivalent, from an accredited college or university 
  • Possession of a current license to practice veterinary medicine in the state of Mississippi
  • Possession of current DEA distribution license
  • USDA Accreditation allowing for interstate and international health certificate completion
  • Working knowledge of guidelines and practices in an animal welfare/shelter environment as well as the Guidelines for Standards of Care in Animal Shelters
  • Knowledge of local animal control laws and state humane laws and their application to the general public
  • Team-oriented and ability to communicate effectively with the public, fellow employees and volunteers
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Willingness and ability to adjust to tasks in accordance with changing deadlines and priorities
  • Ability to evaluate the efficiency of programs, systems, and procedures and make recommendations  for change when needed
  • Demonstrate flexibility, organization, self-motivation, ability to work independently and as a member of a team 
  • Handle agency funds in accordance with established verbal and written agency guidelines
  • Valid MS driver's license or ability to obtain a valid MS driver's license
  • Requires humane handling of animals and safe handling of cleaning supplies, chemicals and equipment in compliance with safety rules and according to MSDS rules
  • Ability to lift, pull or push up to 50 lbs. with reasonable accommodations; standing, bending, and stretching for 8-10 hours per day is typical. 

 

Submitted November 22, 2019

Practice Name: Animal Hospital of Clinton

City: Clinton

State: Mississippi

Contact Person: Dr. Richard Gill

Phone: 601-924-4169

Fax: 601-924-3144

Email: ahoclinton@yahoo.com 

Job Description: Seeking a Full Time Veterinarian for a 3 Doctor Small Animal Practice

The clinic is located in Clinton, MS, just west of Jackson.  Clinton is a growing city and has a great school system. It is also home to MS College.

The services we offer are routine Small Animal Medicine, Dental, Digital Radiography, Ultrasound, Surgery & Laser Surgery, In House Labs, Laser Therapy and Boarding. Weare a busy practice, but offer a good work life balance. The compensation package includes Competitive Salary and Benefits, Membership Dues, along with 401K plan & profit sharing.

You may email resume' to  ahoclinton@yahoo.com.

Dr. Richard Gill

601-941-9593

601-573-1554 

 

Submitted August 21, 2019

Practice Name: Briarwood Animal Hospital

City: Jackson

State: Mississippi

Contact Person: Dr. David Dale

Phone: 6019565030

Fax: 6019567137

Email: msudvm04@hotmail.com 

Job Description

Briarwood Animal Hospital was opened in 1960 by Dr. Hugh G. Ward in Northeast Jackson. Our hospital was an original preceptor for the College of Veterinary Medicine at Mississippi State University. The Hugh G. Ward Internal Medicine Chair at MSU-CVM was named after him. Also, the Joe Ann Ward Critical Care Unit at MSU-CVM is named after his wife. Briarwood also provides the Briarwood Animal Hospital/Campbell G. Dale Scholarship.

Briarwood Animal Hospital is a 14,000 sq. foot facility that offer us the ability to board and hospitalize up to a 100 patients. Briarwood offers a complete range of services and veterinary technology including surgery services, dental procedures, digital radiography, ultrasound with telemedicine capability, cautery unit, complete Idexx in-house lab which includes CBC, serum chemistry and urinalysis. Our hospital operates daily as a paperless hospital using Idexx's Cornerstone software with 13 workstations in the building. These services allow us the ability to provide high quality medicine and care that meets our clients expectations. Emergencies are referred to a local referral/emergency center.

Our veterinarians at Briarwood travel across the country each year to attend conferences and lectures to learn about the latest advancements in veterinary medicine, enabling them to provide the most cutting edge pet care available in central Mississippi.

Briarwood is looking for a motivated individual with an out going personality.  Also they should be looking for an opportunity for mentorship.  Excellent verbal and written communication, good work ethic, and ability to work as a team are a necessity. New graduates welcome to apply.

Benefits include:

  • Medical insurance
  • Professional Liability
  • MVMA / AVMA due
  • Mississippi License
  • DEA license
  • Profit Sharing (retirement)
  • 5 days C.E. with allowance
  • 10 days paid vacation

 

Submitted July 15, 2019

Practice Name: Humane Society of South Mississippi

City: Gulfport

State: Mississippi

Contact Person: JP Nicolais

Phone: 301221877

Email: jpnicolais@yahoo.com 

Job Description: Humane Society of South Mississippi

Job Title: Chief Surgeon                 

Department: Clinical  

Reports To: Chief Executive Officer

Direct Reports: Associate Veterinarian, Contract Veterinarian(s)

FLSA Status: Full Time, Salary, Exempt

Pay Rate: Based on experience and surgery volume.

Summary: 

Directs the proper utilization of resources including employees, facilities, equipment and supplies for Spay/Neuter Clinic. Maintains the proper operational controls, administrative and reporting procedures to effectively maintain and grow the Spay/Neuter Clinic. Ensures operating efficiency while providing the highest quality of care to public and shelter animals.  

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Performs surgical sterilization of shelter and public animals; comfortable with High Volume High Quality Spay Neuter (HVHQSN) techniques as well as pediatric spay and neuter
  • Ensures that the highest level of service and care are provided and that changes in animals' conditions are recorded 
  • Examines animals, evaluates animals' health and performs veterinary medical and surgical procedures including vaccinations, prescribing and administering of medications, anti-parasite treatments, tests and lab work for infection, and spay and neuter surgery as well as other ancillary procedures as needed
  • Assists with post-operative monitoring, addresses post-operative complications, and staff training 
  • Establishes and maintains medical record and drug use logs to standards of veterinary and sheltering practices; ensures that records are in order and complete
  • Ensures that all state and federal laws, state regulations, and accepted standards and procedures regarding clinic operations, the practice of veterinary medicine, drug control, and animal care and handling are adhered to 
  • Maintains up-to-date knowledge of shelter animal health protocols, surgical procedures and companion animal health issues
  • Performs forensic examinations and necropsies as required and commits findings to writing that may be used in a court of law; may be subpoenaed to court as an expert witness
  • Assists in monitoring inventory and cost analysis of medical supplies and pharmaceuticals
  • Expected to set a positive example for staff in terms of leadership and demonstrate a professional, compassionate attitude
  • Promotes communication and cooperation between HSSM departments, staff, volunteers, and the public as well as local veterinary practitioners.

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree, or equivalent, from an accredited college or university 
  • Possession of a current license to practice veterinary medicine in the state of Mississippi
  • Possession of current DEA distribution license
  • USDA Accreditation allowing for interstate and international health certificate completion
  • Working knowledge of guidelines and practices in an animal welfare/shelter environment as well as the Guidelines for Standards of Care in Animal Shelters
  • Knowledge of local animal control laws and state humane laws and their application to the general public
  • Team-oriented and ability to communicate effectively with the public, fellow employees and volunteers
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Willingness and ability to adjust to tasks in accordance with changing deadlines and priorities
  • Ability to evaluate the efficiency of programs, systems, and procedures and make recommendations  for change when needed
  • Demonstrate flexibility, organization, self-motivation, ability to work independently and as a member of a team 
  • Handle agency funds in accordance with established verbal and written agency guidelines
  • Valid MS driver's license or ability to obtain a valid MS driver's license 
  • Requires humane handling of animals and safe handling of cleaning supplies, chemicals and equipment in compliance with safety rules and according to MSDS rules
  • Ability to lift, pull or push up to 50 lbs. with reasonable accommodations; standing, bending, and stretching for 8-10 hours per day is typical.