SPCA Tampa Bay’s new Veterinary Center, located in St. Petersburg, Florida, is growing and seeking capable and compassionate veterinarians to practice general medicine and surgery for the citizens of our community. This brand new 10,000 square foot practice offers a large treatment area, digital radiography (and digital dental), in-house analyzers, isolation ward with separate entrance, and a community cat porch for planned TNVR work. Our goals include reducing euthanasia and surrender rates in our community with a focus on our "Caldwell Keeping Families Together” program, and veterinarians must be capable of managing a range of medical options for clients with a range of financial means. Proceeds from the St. Petersburg Veterinary Center will be channeled back to SPCA Tampa Bay’s main shelter (private, non-profit) in Largo, FL, and payment solutions will be in place to assist customers in need. Learn more about our organization by visiting www.spcatampabay.org Benefits include medical insurance, PTO, CE allowance, 403b plan, salary commensurate with experience.
Essential Duties: •Practice high quality general medicine. •Perform general surgeries and dentistry. •Other duties as assigned.
Additional Salary Information: New graduates considered, higher salary negotiable with experience. Non-profit organization.
SPCA Tampa Bay accepts all pets surrendered by their owners and sick or injured exotic stray animals. Owners are required to make an appointment but no fee is charged for admission, though donations are strongly encouraged. The organization’s mission is to improve the community by promoting humane care, preventing animal cruelty and reducing pet overpopulation. Community services include animal cr...uelty investigation, lost/found pet assistance, animal admission and ambulance transport for sick/injured wildlife. SPCA programs include pet adoption, free pet behavior help, Sniff University training for dogs and cats, children’s summer camps and more. Founded in 1940, SPCA Tampa Bay, a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, has a shelter located on 10 acres in Largo, and now has a full-service Veterinary Center in St. Petersburg, in a 10,000 sq ft facility. More than 7,500 animals are admitted each year to the shelter, and over a 1000 pets a month are seen at the Veterinary Center . For more information: www.spcatampabay.org.