We have 2 job openings for associate veterinarians in our practice.
- Strong canine and feline skills required as caseload is 90% small animal. (Small animal practitioners will not be asked to work on livestock if not comfortable doing so!)
- Mixed animal practitioners encouraged to apply as equine work makes up 10% of the overall practice revenue.(equates to 30% of our mixed animal practitioner's caseload)
- Fast growing and Under-served area provides ample caseload and fantastic outlook for future opportunity.
- 30 minute office visits to allow for thorough exams and client communication
- Year round outdoor recreation climate
- Affordable cost of living and Low taxes appeals to those approaching retirement, or needing to pay student loans.
- Equipped with DR radiology, diagnostic ultrasound, complete in-house laboratory, endoscope...
- Haul in equipment/facilities for handling livestock and horses
- Current benefits include:
- commission based compensation (current , full time Associates are average approx. $125,K/year- pre-tax)
- 14 Paid days off for vacation, CE, personal days, or sick leave
- Quarterly Bonuses based on production and practice performance
- $1200 annual CE allowance
- Arizona and DEA license reimbursement
- Contact Info: James D Anderson, DVM
2323 Detroit Ave
Kingman, AZ 86401
Current Arizona and DEA license - in good standing.
Additional Salary Information: Base salary negotiable
About MANZANITA ANIMAL HOSP
Manzanita Animal Hospital was established in 1967, as a full service mixed animal, veterinary hospital located, in Kingman, Arizona. It currently operates as a 2 -3 doctor practice, with 10 support staff members. Current caseload is approximately 90% canine/feline, 10% equine, with the occasional cow, sheep, goat, or pig. Kingman sits in a high desert valley, with a moderate climate, surrounded by open access to federal lands. Opportunities for outdoor recreation are abundant in the open desert, surrounding mountains, and nearby lakes. Recent revitalization of it's historic downtown district have amplified cultural activities and a bustling nightlife.Benefits include living and practicing in a slower paced small town atmosphere, generous appointment times for quality exams and client communications, a well trained and experienced staff, a well equipped hospital with a 50 year legacy and reputation for quality care, case collaboration and mentorship with experienced veterinarians, percentage based compensation, re-imbursed CE, professional dues and liability insurance, phone allowance, and paid time off.After hours/emergency shifts are handled on a rotating schedule and are generously compensated.