Small Animal Associate Veterinarian Jobs, Andover

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Small Animal Animal

Andover,
US

$100,000 - $140,000 DOE

Permanent

Small Animal Animal

Andover,
US

$100,000 - $140,000 DOE

Permanent

Small Animal Animal

Andover,
US

$100,000 - $140,000 DOE

Permanent

Small Animal Associate Veterinarian Job, Massachusetts, USA

Small Animal Associate Veterinarian Job, Massachusetts, USA

Job Details: This Animal Hospital has been serving their community since 1958 by providing high quality veterinary care to their patients. The goal is to communicate care and compassion while providing high quality, progressive veterinary care.  Their clients are extremely dedicated to their pets which allows them to thoroughly workup cases and practice high quality of medicine and surgery.  In addition to providing care to their clients and patients, they also serve several rescue organizations including, their largest rescue, Great Dog Rescue New England

They are a family-like team of hard-working professionals that strive to provide exceptional customer service and patient care. While they work hard for their patients and clients, they also believe in creating and sustaining an enjoyable and fun environment for their team.

 Essential Responsibilities & Functions

  • Dedication to provide patients with a high level of veterinary care while utilizing the latest advances in diagnostics.
  • A client service mindset with desire and ability to bring, build, and retain a strong client base.
  • Enthusiasm about giving back to and building relationships with the local community.
  • The ability to champion the practice’s objectives and values and inspire others.
  • Follow the established policies and procedures that govern the normal operation of the hospital.
  • Dedication efficiently handling caseloads and maintaining accurate records using SOAP templates for treatment plans and recommendations.
  • Promote a collaborative working environment and encourage the value of teamwork.
  • Prioritize traumatic injuries and serious illnesses to ensure that all animals receive time-sensitive care.
  • Educate clients on the importance of vaccinations, heartworm treatments, flea and tick treatments and other aspects of preventive care.

 Requirements

  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree.
  • State Veterinary Board License in good standing.

Package: 

  •     Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance options 
  •        401K with company match  
  •        Flexible Spending Account or Health Savings Account options included 
  •        Long Term Disability options 
  •        Short Term Disability, paid for by employer  
  •        Complimentary Life Insurance $15,000; with options to purchase additional
  •        Generous Continuing Education allowance
  •        Personal Pet Discounts 
  •        PTO and Paid Holidays 
  •        Company Sponsored Employee Assistance Program (EAP) 
Posted
27/03/2023
Reference
JB-17184
Location
Andover,
Experience
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