Salary: CAD$100K and above DOE plus bonus potential with Signing/Relocation Bonus
Package: Exciting benefits package including Health, dental, vision insurance, Paid parental, vacation, and sick leave, Flexible scheduling for work/life balance, Continuing Education Allowance and Paid Continuing Education Days
Type of Work: Small Animal Associate Veterinarian
Job Details: Located in beautiful Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, this Animal Hospital is the longest standing holistic veterinary medicine service in the Halifax Regional Municipality. Nicknamed as the “City of Lakes” due to the 23 lakes that can be found within its borders, the team is proud to call Dartmouth home, and to play an important role in the lives of its pet-passionate residents. Their friendly and welcoming people, combined with the picturesque natural landscapes around, provides them with plenty of inspiration and recreational opportunities.
They have been an established part of the community for over 20 years with a focus on Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM) including Acupuncture and Chinese herbals, and Canine Rehabilitation. In addition to the aforementioned areas of focus, we offer a wide array of services such as Chiropractic care, Bowen therapy, hydrotherapy, underwater treadmill therapy, massage therapy, low-level laser therapy, neuromuscular stimulation, in depth nutritional consultations (whole food for cats and dogs), and so much more! They can provide guidance on unique approaches to typical pet health care issues.
They are currently looking for a veterinarian with training in Acupuncture and herbal medicine, and a strong commitment to whole food nutrition. The Hospital operates as a referral practice to provide high-quality, unique services to enhance and go beyond conventional veterinary care.
Come join their DVMs who, with the help of a dedicated, professional and experienced support team of rehab certified and holistically minded incredible technicians, take their commitment to animals, owners and the pet community seriously.
The right candidate will enjoy a one-of-a-kind working environment, as well as a great clientele and a fully equipped facility.
WHAT YOU’LL NEED TO SUCCEED:
Licensed (or eligibility) to practice veterinary medicine in Nova Scotia
Certification with International Veterinary Acupuncture Society or equivalent
Enthusiastic, “team player” approach
A strong desire to educate and build solid relationships with clients
Excellent communication skills, both when dealing with clients and team members