DVM Wanted – Out of State

Veterinarian Wanted

Round Rock Animal Hospital is a thriving exclusive small animal practice that has been serving the Round Rock, TX community since 1978.

Our hospital is a paper-light facility that utilizes Avimark for our practice management software. We offer 5 exam rooms, a dedicated dental space and a large surgery suite. We utilize Idexx Labs for our in-house lab equipment as well as our main outside laboratory resource. We have both standard and dental digital x-ray, in-house ultrasound, a well-stocked pharmacy, strong support staff, great working relationships with local specialists and emergency hospitals in our area.

We are currently seeking an energetic and professionally well-rounded full-time veterinary associate to join our highly skilled, friendly and supportive staff. The ideal candidate possesses confidence and compassion with excellent client service, education and communication skills. Additional sought-after qualities include the ability to multi-task well under pressure while maintaining composure, effective time management, delegation skills and the aptitude to maintain healthy interpersonal relationships with support staff.

Our state-of-the-art facility offers a loyal clientele base, healthy work-life balance, an enjoyable work environment with competitive income and benefits.  Compensation is based on ProSal formula with base commensurate with experience and a willingness to assist with relocation costs.

Please send your resume to Mary Andrade at [email protected].

Banfield Pet Hospital is hiring Veterinarians in Dallas, TX!

Join the New Team & Receive up to $60k Sign-On!  Are you looking to flourish in an environment that emphasizes personal and professional growth? Do you believe in practicing high quality, solution-oriented medicine? Does the thought of being supported by a team of dedicated professionals and given the freedom to practice at the top of your license excite you? Do you want to push yourself, take the lead on growing your career, and have the opportunity to affect change at the hospital level and beyond?

If you answered “yes!” to any of the above, we want to talk to you today!

Whether you’re an experienced doctor looking for your next adventure, a new graduate seeking to find the perfect fit as you begin your career, or you’re anywhere else along your veterinary journey, the opportunity to grow with Banfield has never been better. Offering structured mentorship, outstanding benefits, powerful scheduling flexibility, and a dedicated focus on the health and wellbeing of our team, Banfield is committed to your success!

Reach out to [email protected] to learn more about how you can #bhere and #bhappy.

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Leading the way in Veterinary Education

Do you love teaching veterinary students? Would you love to have a profound educational impact in the training of a small cohort of veterinary students? Do you love working side-by-side with other members of a faculty team to create a great work and learning environment?

We are seeking to build a team of motivated, engaging, and collaborative veterinary educators who wish to contribute to the innovative experiential education of a small cohort of 18 highly motivated veterinary students in the new Texas A&M University 2+2 program. This unique groundbreaking veterinary curriculum will be delivered at the newly constructed $22-million, 22,000 square-foot Texas A&M University Veterinary Education, Research, and Outreach (VERO) facility located on the campus of West Texas A&M University (WT) in Canyon, TX. We are recruiting over 12 outstanding faculty members to work collaboratively with the onsite Texas A&M faculty members at VERO (https://vetmed.tamu.edu/vero/team/) to deliver the 2+2 veterinary educational program.

VERO is situated in Canyon, Texas, the gateway to one of the most popular tourist attractions in the state – Palo Duro Canyon State Park, an outdoor enthusiast’s dream. With a population of less than 16,000, Canyon offers great schools, affordable and diverse housing options, access to West Texas A&M University and the neighboring city of Amarillo (population 202,028) with all of its cultural and educational amenities. In 2016, Canyon, Texas, was ranked 9th in a list of 10 best small towns: https://livability.com/top-10/small-towns/10-best-small-towns/2016/tx/canyon
We are seeking extraordinary and collaborative veterinary educators in the areas of:
 Anatomy (2 positions): Apply for Anatomy
 Anesthesiology: posting coming soon
 Equine Medicine: Apply for Equine Medicine
 Food Animal Medicine: Apply for Food Animal Medicine
 Microbiology: Apply for Microbiology
 Pathology (anatomic): Apply for Anatomic Pathology
 Pathology (clinical): Apply for Clinical Pathology
 Physiology: Apply for Physiology
 Radiology: posting coming soon
 Small animal medicine (2 positions): Apply for Small Animal Medicine
 Surgery (LA- or SA-focus): posting coming soon

For over a century, the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (CVMBS) in College Station, Texas, has been training veterinary students, and we are now extending our highly ranked program to the Panhandle and High Plains. Texas A&M University is uniquely poised to deliver its top-tier veterinary education program within one of the most productive animal agricultural regions in the world and in support of rural communities. Developed as part of the Texas A&M University’s Land Grant commitment to animals and agriculture, VERO represents a dynamic partnership between the CVMBSand WT.

The Texas Panhandle and Plains area is home to the highest density of cattle in the country with approximately 30% of the nation’s beef cattle fed or finished in the region, another 2.5 million beef cattle in the area, and over 300,000 dairy cattle at any given time. VERO provides unprecedented opportunities for veterinary education and collaboration with industry partners and stakeholders from the region and across the nation. The successful candidates will have academic homes in the appropriate department within the CVMBS and will work collaboratively with VERO faculty members as well as faculty members located on the College Station campus to administer the 2+2 veterinary curriculum.

The successful candidates will be expected to devote the majority of their efforts to instruction in the 2+2 veterinary curriculum, with the remaining time devoted to CVMBS department-specific activities, such as clinical service in the 4th year of the program at VERO, graduate instruction, research, and/or outreach. Applicants must have the appropriate degree related to their area of instruction. In some instances, this terminal degree will be a PhD or DVM degree (or equivalent). For some positions, board certification in a recognized specialty college, including the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners is encouraged. More information about each position description and application instructions is available on our website (https://vetmed.tamu.edu/vero/employment-opportunities/). This is a new program and adjustments in the position design and flexibility in the faculty appointment will be considered.

Teaching responsibilities will include delivery of discipline-specific courses in the first two years of the DVM curriculum. The recently updated DVM curriculum is based upon well-established pedagogical principles as well as stakeholder feedback from recent alumni, employers, practitioners, current students, and faculty. The updated curriculum (https://vetmed.tamu.edu/dvm/resources/curriculum/), initiated in fall 2017, is outcomes-based with learner-centered focus and content integration across each semester and each pre-clinical year of the program. Opportunities for students to engage with faculty, to practice serial application of clinical skills, to focus on the relevance of science content, and to develop strong problem solving and decision-making skills are cornerstones of the TAMU DVM program. Individuals with a keen interest in small-group teaching and active learning will excel in this environment and are encouraged to apply. Faculty in the 2+2 veterinary program will be expected to “cross-over” and teach in multiple courses to reinforce content related to their subject matter interest across the 2+2 veterinary program.

The following video briefly highlights the opportunities for faculty and students in the TAMU 2+2 veterinary program https://youtu.be/gLGESvn9JTU.

Associate Veterinarian Wanted

Located in the beautiful River Valley area of Arkansas, Rogers Avenue Animal Clinic is a well-established small animal practice focused on providing up-to-date care with the upmost compassion to our patients and clients. Our practice strives towards progression and the promotion of outstanding patient care through the implementation of current and new Veterinary Medicine.

Full-time or part-time associate veterinarian needed for progressive, well-established small animal practice in Fort Smith, Arkansas and Sallisaw, Oklahoma. Ideal candidate would hold licenses in both Arkansas and Oklahoma, the ability to handle a diverse caseload, possess excellent communication skills and works well with others. Our clinic boasts digital radiography, IDEXX in-house laboratory, ultrasound, high speed dental equipment, fully equipped surgical suite, experienced and dedicated staff, and supportive associates. Employment package includes competitive salary, paid vacation, health and dental insurance, CE reimbursement, and 4-day work week for a full-time position. Mentoring available for new graduates and NO EMERGENCY CALL. Sign on bonus and relocation assistance available. Email resumes to [email protected], attention Madhi Porter.

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