We're Hiring A Lead Veterinarian!

Lead Veterinarian

CHEW Animal Clinic

$5,000 SIGN-ON BONUS!


BE THE START OF SOMETHING GREAT
!  An exciting opportunity to be hired as the first Veterinarian at CHEW Animal Clinic (Compassion.Hope.Education.Wellness). CHEW is a nonprofit/low-cost clinic located in Dallas, Texas - opening in November 2019. Not only is this an exciting opportunity to be the first Veterinarian on staff, but an opportunity to make a difference in so many animals' lives! Located on 2 acres, less than 5 minutes from shops and restaurants, MidCities/Dallas! CHEW will host fun community events and multiple outreach programs. If you have a passion for helping animals, ending the pet overpopulation and senseless euthanasia, this is the right job for you! Responsibilities associated with the role:

  • Examine animals using diagnostic equipment to identify the cause of an illness
  • High quality Spay & Neutering, as well as other surgeries and dentistry services
  • Immunize animals to protect them against various diseases
  • Collect and examine blood, urine, feces samples
  • Apply splints or casts to immobilize a fracture
  • Guide and direct the activities of veterinarian assistants and technicians
  • Execute quarantine processes to prevent the spread of disease
  • Must have excellent diagnostic, clinical and surgical skills
  • Offer recommendations to animal owners on ways to feed, clean, and care for animals to promote their health
  • Liaise with other veterinarians and animal care professionals to develop an effective treatment plan for animals

Requirements – Skills, Abilities, and Knowledge

  • Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree from an accredited university
  • Allowance for continued education
  • Minimum of 2 years, hands-on experience
  • Manual Dexterity: Veterinarian can use various medical instruments to treat animal injuries and perform surgeries
  • Problem-solving Skill: They can implement treatment plans and effective in addressing animal health problems
  • Responsible for controlled substance licensing, storage, logging and use for the clinic
  • Must have a Veterinary license in the State of Texas, and in good standing
  • Decision-making Skill: They can determine the best course of treatment for different kinds of ailments and manage technicians
  • Conduct veterinary meetings and participate in management meetings with Board of Directors
  • Works towards, and attains, hospital productivity standards
NOTES:
Additional Salary Information: $3,000 allowance: continued education

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