We are a small animal general medicine practice located between the beautiful White Mountains and scenic coastline of New Hampshire. We are looking for an associate veterinarian to join our team who says "YES!” to all the questions below.
Desire to work in a progressive small animal hospital with a solid doctor to staff ratio where you can be mentored and develop your career?
Enjoy working in an environment where clients feel like family and they know you by name?
Appreciate building long term client and patient relationships while delivering quality care with compassion?
Embrace the collegial work environment where you can learn from a dozen experienced doctors and over twenty licensed technicians?
Prefer to not be on-call and to have a reasonable work schedule that will accommodate a family orientated lifestyle?
Love to be part of an advanced hospital team with electronic medical records, digital radiography, therapy laser, ultrasound, and a fully staffed in house laboratory?
Wish to develop your surgical skills by working with multiple experienced surgeons that have performed thousands of procedures including orthopedics, cesarean sections, advanced dental procedures, and countless soft tissue surgeries?
Have interest in supporting our theriogenology program with onsite cryogenic storage, progesterone testing and neonatal care?
Welcome effective communication among your team members through monthly doctor meetings, team meetings and an integrated computer system with full messaging capabilities?
Seek a salary and full benefit package that will commensurate with experience?
If you answered “Yes” to all the above questions we would like to talk with you about a great career opportunity. We are open to assisting with relocation expenses for the right candidate.
The associate veterinarian provides continuing or individual assignments to the healthcare team indicating generally what is to be done, limitations, quality and quantity expected in accordance with the hospital policies and procedures. The associate veterinarian uses initiative in carrying out recurring assignments independently without specific instructions, but refers deviations, problems, and unfamiliar situations not covered by instructions to the owner-doctor(s) for decision or help. Administrative supervision may be provided by the Office or Practice Manager.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the primary functions of this job.
Frequently required to bend, stand, stoop, walk, sit, talk, and listen; frequently working in a bent position.
Frequently use hands to manipulate, handle, or feel; will reach with hands and arms.
Use strength or agility in capturing and restraining stronger, more active animals.
Frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.
Occasionally handle dogs weighing up to and over 150 lbs. Assistance will be provided by animal handlers when working with larger animals.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is exposed to hazards associated with aggressive patients; hazards associated with infected animals and controlled substances; exposure to unpleasant odors and noises; exposure to bites, scratches and animal wastes; possible exposure to contagious diseases.
Follow federal and state animal health laws and regulations including OSHA and DEA
Additional Salary Information: Negotiable, based upon experience.
About Broadview Veterinary Group, PLLC
Broadview Veterinary Group, PLLC is a privately owned organization that currently consist of two animal hospitals (Broadview Animal Hospital & Milton Veterinary Hospital) with a large reproductive services department in our Broadview Animal Hospital location. Both locations offer small animal services including a wide range of wellness, medical, surgical, reproductive, dental and diagnostic veterinary services.