Veterinarian at Caring for Cats (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Caring for Cats in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (in the Manayunk neighborhood) is seeking a licensed part time and/or full time Veterinarian who values a hands-on honest approach to feline veterinary care in a team setting. Caring for Cats is a special place where our team enjoys working with each other and providing care for our clients and patients who value our expertise.
Our top priority is our team’s wellbeing, which is why we put special emphasis on work-life balance and flexible schedules. As a veterinarian at Caring for Cats, you will make your own schedule. Dreaming of 3-day work weeks, to be home for dinner every night with your family, or off on the weekends to enjoy all that our area has to offer? That can become a reality here! We are committed to a balance between professional and personal life. All staff are eligible for benefits starting at a minimum of 30 hours a week.
There are many other ways we support your wellbeing:
free access to an Employee Assistance Program for counseling and referrals
free access to wellness webinars and team talks with a licensed therapist
100% employer paid short- and long-term disability coverage
up to 75% employer contribution for health insurance
minimum of three weeks paid vacation and one week paid sick leave
flexible spending accounts for out-of-pocket medical expenses and dependent care
We put our full trust and support in our medical care team to meet medical standards and provide quality pet care. There are no counts or quotas here! We offer plenty of growth and educational opportunities:
paid CE days, plus course, conference, and travel reimbursement (we fully encourage you to explore emerging programs you are interested in, such as laser therapy, acupuncture, and programs for advancing dental and surgical skills)
mentorship from our network of experienced doctors and leadership team
personal and professional development opportunities
free access to VetBloom virtual CE courses
We offer competitive salaries with multiple compensation models including production salary (paid out on a monthly basis with no negative accruals). You’ll receive a 401(k) plan with employer match, fully paid AVMA and NYVMA memberships as well as license renewals and PLIT. We do offer relocation reimbursement.
More about Caring for Cats:
Caring for Cats is a cat only practice that offers appointments, sick appointments, ultrasounds by a licensed doctor and ultrasonographer, spay and neuter surgeries, boarding services, grooming services, microchips, dental procedures, and same day hospitalizations, such as glucose curves. Caring for Cats is a bright and airy space which was completely renovated in 2022. There are huge windows inside of the hospital that look out over the river and very high ceilings, giving the hospital a unique aesthetic.
About Manayunk, Philadelphia:
Caring for Cats is in Manayunk, a beautiful town inside the city of Philadelphia. The hospital is parallel with the Schuylkill River, a perfect place to take a lunch break while watching the water, or in the warmer weather the sun flowers that grow along the river. On Main St, Manayunk, just a block away, there are plenty of popular restaurants and shops to enjoy. Just 15 minutes away from Center City and the Art Museum.
In addition to a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree, or similar, your licensure must be in good standing in the state of work, or you must have the ability to get licensure in said state. Above everything else, the best person for this job is a team player with a willingness to learn and adapt. In our industry, no day is the same and being ready to jump in to assist other team members in the?veterinary setting is crucial.?We look forward to talking with you about being part of our veterinary experience.
We operate over 46 veterinary hospitals with an unwavering focus on our mission “to take care of the people who take care of our pets.” Our goal is for our practice teams to be happy and fulfilled in their roles, so they can focus on giving the best possible care to their pet patients and parents.