rogressive privately-owned small animal hospital, Noll Veterinary Hospital, in Springfield, Ohio (pop 59,208) seeks experienced veterinarian or strong new graduate seeking collaboration, working with a strong staff with a sense of humor and a flexible schedule. We’re 45 minutes west of Columbus and 25 miles NE of Dayton. Springfield is the home of Wittenberg University. Caverns, parks, Mad River Gorge, whitewater park, and biking and hiking abound. Low cost of living, relaxed lifestyle, good schools, and robust economic growth make us an ideal family community.
About our practice:
-Progressive medicine: digital x-ray, in-house lab, ultrasound, therapy laser, Intra-vet,
-Strong committed staff who enjoy working together and having fun,
-Flexible work week.
Qualities we’re looking for in a veterinarian:
-ability to connect and have compassion for clients, pets, and staff,
-passion for veterinary medicine and working with a team,
-good problem-solving skills,
-ability to do simple soft tissue surgeries,
-good understanding of internal medicine.
Generous compensation ($75K-$95K depending on experience), medical insurance, IRA, some relocation expenses, continuing medical education, vacation, and sick leave. Please send your resume to Victoria L. Travis, MS. Please know all inquiries are confidential.
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Employer will assist with relocation costs.
About Travis and Associates
For the past 17 years, I’ve placed veterinarians and hospital managers with the top 20% of veterinary practices. As both an independent veterinarian recruiter and career/life coach, I bring additional expertise to you to support your job search. Recently, one of my veterinarian candidates said, "as an independent recruiter, you are like an impartial third party. I feel I can get the real story about the practices from you!"For you the practice owner, I am able to increase employee retention due to a unique program based on both my expertise in coaching and recruiting. It's called the Veterinary Retention Program. It helps you, the owner, maintain your high level of clinical excellence and customer service, gives you that competitive advantage in the market place and most importantly, keep staff. I find exceptional veterinarian candidates who are self-motivated, flexible, competent and passionate about veterinary medicine.