Salary: Opportunity to produce salaries above $200,000, working 9 shifts per month
Package: This Hospital values their employees and offers great benefits such as; Paid Time Off, Health Benefit Plan Options (Medical, Dental & Vision), Shift Differential Pay, an Employer 401k Match (up to 3%) as well as Monthly Production Bonuses & Year End Profit Sharing. Excellent compensation package depending on experience, development & mentorship with a great schedule along with generous staff pet discounts.
Type of Work: Small Animal Emergency Veterinarian – all experience levels welcome!
Job Details: This Hospital is a brand-new Emergency Hospital located in Nampa, ID, just off I-84, just 20 miles west of Boise. 24/7/365 they are always available for their patients and clients
- Locally and privately owned allowing for greater flexibility for their doctors and staff
- Professional, collegial and supportive environment…please bring your special interests in veterinary medicine, they’d love to support you in developing them further
- Some features are an in-house blood bank, ultrasound (Sonopath), digital radiology, full in-house reference laboratory complete with coagulation and blood gas analyzers, large ICU ward with 24/7 monitoring and separate visible cat/exotics sections, Snyder oxygen cages, and state of the art surgical suite complete with orthopedic equipment
- Highly trained, experienced staff who want to work alongside similar individuals with the common goal of making veterinary medicine fun again! They value comradery and strive for a cohesive team
- Owners that care most about best medicine approach as well as work life balance. You will not find a more dedicated ownership team to their staff and patients than them.
About the Role
- They are seeking Full Time, Part Time and Relief coverage.
- ANY experience level will be considered, and Emergency Medicine and Surgical Mentorship is available!
- Experienced ER DVMs, Internship trained DVMs and or GP DVMs who have an interest in emergency or general practice medicine. New grads welcome as they love to mentor. This practice is very open to all types of medicine and are open to flexible schedules as long as the medicine is sound.
- Motivated new graduates with an interest in emergency medicine and surgery are encouraged to apply. Mentorship is what they do and they have programs in place!
- Wonderful opportunity to work in brand new facility and have a voice in a start-up such that in years to come you can say – I helped make that!
- Profit sharing equally distributed among ALL FTE staff.
About the Area
The Boise and the Treasure Valley area is one of the fastest growing communities in the nation! The Treasure Valley is a vibrant mix of bustling urban centers surrounded by rolling farms and intimate subdivisions with pastoral views that offer a vibrant, progressive cultural scene with many great restaurants, breweries, wineries and more eclectic options, like the Basque Corner, Treefort Music Festival, jogging/biking the Greenbelt. Sports fans have access to The Grove to watch a Steelheads hockey game or catch a Boise State Broncos game on blue turf at Albertson’s Stadium.
Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy:
- Water sports on the numerous lakes and reservoirs such as CJ Strike, Swan Falls, Owyhee, Black Canyon and Lucky Peak or further north is Brownlee, Oxbow and Hells Canyon reservoirs.
- ATV or bike in the Owyhee desert
- Skiing Bogus Basin Ski area is 30 minutes away or hop a quick flight to any of the other nearby ski resorts.
- Hunting, fishing, foraging, backpacking, horseback riding and MORE: Idaho ranks #3 for Federal and State land and parks to roam on
Although it’s growing, the Boise Treasure Valley offers a low population density to enjoy. There are only 2.59 people per square mile, and this is where a significant majority of the state’s population happens to live. If you like having some space and opportunities without sacrificing too many amenities, then this is an excellent destination to consider. The cost of living in is still rather affordable, despite the Treasure Valley size. Living near a state capital can provide you with numerous conveniences that may not be otherwise available, but such privilege comes with a price in most states however, housing is still rather affordable when living in the Treasure Valley. You will find that the cost of rent in the city is competitive for a city of this size. The cost of housing in the Treasure Valley is lower than the national average in the United States.
You will maintain the flexibility to travel with our easy, small, quick access Boise Airport (BOI). The Boise Airport is served by eight airlines that offer nonstop flights to 26 destinations with connecting flights to thousands of cities worldwide.