We are looking for a veterinarian to provide limited service / minor medical options for the local community. We are committed to reducing the stress on veterinarians and maintaining an excellent life / work balance.
Community Veterinary Clinic is located in Vero Beach, Florida. Vero is a small beach town that is determined to maintain its charm and personality even as it grows. The area has an eclectic group of locally owned restaurants and shops both on the beach and on the mainland. The beaches are beautiful with minimal crowds and parking is free (something you don’t see in many beach towns) West Palm Beach and Orlando (both with international airports) are within a 90-minute drive and easy to get to when craving a bit of city life. The Vero community is warm and welcoming and extremely pet friendly.
Community Veterinary Clinic is a family-owned veterinary clinic that provides first-opinion primary preventative care for animals. We are a higher volume - lower cost option for the area. We have in-house Idexx Lasercyte Dx, Catalyst One and Sedivue Dx. Digital radiographs with SignalPet reviews on every patient, and there is also a small ultrasound machine. We do elective surgeries for the community. Currently, we do not do emergency medicine / surgery and do limited weekends. The practice is actively growing and we are planning to expand. This is a great opportunity to grow with us and be part of an expanding practice.
We are committed to giving back to our community both at home and abroad and we hold a free rabies vaccine clinic once a year for the community. In addition we have partnered with Washington State University and Rabies Free Africa and created a Rabies Vaccine Program in Malawi, Central Africa. If traveling, adventure and conservation are important to you, you’ll get the opportunity to pursue your passions with our clinic.
We are also committed to creating a reasonable cost option for our area that provides limited services. We utilize the numerous referral options in our area and work on creating an efficient service that is of value to our community, whilst hopefully reducing the stress and working hours on the veterinarian. If you have an interest in creating efficient services / products and working on options that both work for the community whilst maintaining the mental health and work / life balance of the team, then we would be interested to talk to you.
What You’ll Be Working On
Building and maintaining client relationships
Diagnose, treat, and manage a variety of small animal cases
Perform general wellness exams and elective surgeries
Maintain a high level of client communication and patient care
Mentor, guide, and utilize our exceptional support staff
Maintain a positive work culture and promote teamwork
Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from an accredited program is required
Being licensed or able to become licensed in the State of Florida required
Some experience is preferred but new graduates are also welcome to apply
Elective surgery experience or skills are required - spay / neuter / mass removals
Highly motivated, with a demonstrated passion for continuous learning
A positive attitude with a desire to encourage and work with anyone around you
A great sense of humor that brightens the workplace environment
It’s a bonus if you like to travel - we are an adventurous bunch with a passion for seeing the world.
What’s In It For You
Salary commensurate with experience - see below
Long-term Disability and Life Insurance
Payment of licenses / liability insurance
Paid Time Off
Simple IRA (with match)
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status, or other characteristics protected by law
Community Veterinary Clinic is a family-owned veterinary clinic that provides first-opinion primary preventative care for animals. We are a higher volume - lower cost option for the area. We have in-house Idexx Lasercyte Dx, Catalyst One and Sedivue Dx. Digital radiographs with SignalPet reviews on every patient, and there is also a small ultrasound machine. We do elective surgeries for the community. Currently, we do not do emergency medicine / surgery and do limited weekends.