If practicing in an animal hospital that feels like family and promotes work/life balance, we invite you to apply today. Our hospital is full-service, visionary, and spacious with new equipment, and if you have a student loan, it may be forgiven because we are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Services include spay and neuter, vaccines, deworming, wellness exams, heartworm, flea & tick, microchipping, free nail trims, surgery, dental, digital x-rays, ultrasound, full lab work, and televeterinary medical examinations.
The salary starts at $100,000 to 110,000 per year for a 4-day work-week with on-duty hours held to a minimum. The option to supplement income with televeterinarian and after-hour services is available. Health insurance benefits are provided for full-time employees.
The animal healthcare organization is dedicated to helping as many residents and non-residents as possible take care of their pets and foster pets with quality services at prices they can afford. Discounted pricing and financial assistance are available for qualifying clients.
In addition to providing animal healthcare, there is a program to build fences so owners can untether their dogs to comply with the city ordinance and a sister program to supply free food from the organization's pantry.
Wichita Falls, Texas, is just 2 hours north of Dallas/Ft. Worth and 2 hours south of Oklahoma City. It is a quiet and welcoming community of 104,000 people. The city has a small-town feel with a youthful vibrance. The median age of residents is 33. The city has a charming downtown district featuring eclectic shops and local businesses. There are no traffic jams and no long lines at the many distinctive restaurants. Wichita Falls offers an array of the traditional arts as well as performing arts: live theater, children’s theater, orchestral concerts, and classical ballet. This seat of Wichita County is ranked in the top 25 cities for being the lowest cost of living cities in the United States. Money goes further in this blue sky community.
To be immediately considered for this Associate Veterinarian job opportunity, please apply by emailing your resume and cover letter in confidence to: email@example.com.
Part-time job opportunities are also available. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
About P.E.T.S CLINIC
First and foremost, the P.E.T.S. nonprofit organization exists to lower rates of euthanasia (dogs and cats put to sleep in local shelters due to lack of space) and to lower intake (number of dogs and cats taken in by local rescues and shelters) in the communities and areas we serve. We accomplish this through a holistic approach to clinic services and programs. Please keep in mind, P.E.T.S. is not a full-service vet and recommends that each of your animals have a veterinarian. We are happy to recommend a vet office upon request.