Emergency Veterinarian at Olympia Pet Emergency, Washington State
Olympia Pet Emergency
August 21, 2018
Type & Experience Level:
Full Time - Any experience level considered
DVM or equivalent
Olympia Pet Emergency has been taking care of pet emergencies in Olympia, Washington, for over 20 years. In October 2017, we moved into a brand new state of the art facility! As an associate at our high-volume, 24 hour ER facility, you will be faced with challenging medical and surgical cases, working 10-12 shifts per month – but you will not be alone. OPE backs you up with a highly trained support team, wonderful pet owners, and colleagues who welcome the chance to discuss and learn from difficult cases. We are an AAHA accredited emergency facility and currently working to become a VECCS certified hospital. We are leaders in the field of emergency veterinary medicine and we’re proud of our compassionate, collaborative and trustworthy approach to veterinary care.
We are offering a signing bonus as we seek an experienced veterinarian to become a new member of our team. OPE associates receive a competitive salary, medical/dental/vision benefits, paid time off, retirement plan, and continuing education. But there is so much more – just read our reviews and you will see that our team is known for being compassionate, knowledgeable, reasonable, and kind. Not only do our pet owners like and respect us, our team is great to work with! Working in the ER sector of veterinary medicine can be stressful, but with pet owners and team members at OPE you can experience the rewards of helping pets and people get through any emergency situation.
Olympia, Washington and the surrounding area is an amazing place to live. You have the opportunity to live close to the city and enjoy the aspects of city life. Or, you can drive less than 30 minutes and live in the county. If you love the outdoors, the Pacific Northwest has everything right at your fingertips. You are approximately one hour from both the ocean and the mountains. Whether you enjoy skiing, hiking, or beachcombing it’s all readily accessible.