Who We Need We are seeking a veterinarian who will serve as a Surgeon and/or Preventive Care Veterinarian. Our surgeons are responsible for the comfort and safety of all surgical patients in their care at Carol House Quick Fix Pet Clinic and for performing high-volume spay/neuter surgery in accordance with our high quality standards and SOPs. Our Preventive Care Veterinarians provide well pet services to our patients. All Carol House Quick Fix Pet Clinic Veterinarians are responsible for sharing medical information with clients with compassion and empathy and developing professional, friendly, and mutually-beneficial relationships with local veterinarians, promoting Carol House Quick Fix Pet Clinic and our mission within the veterinary community.
Our ideal Veterinarian has a deep, personal passion for our mission, is committed to serving the people and pets of the St. Louis Metro and surrounding area, and is an outstanding communicator. Candidates must have, at a minimum, a DVM and be eligible to obtain a license to practice veterinary medicine in Missouri and eligible to obtain a DEA license. At least one year of experience as a high volume spay/neuter surgeon (25-35 surgeries per day) is preferred. Training is available, however, for candidates with a strong desire and aptitude to become successful high volume surgeons and who demonstrate an outstanding culture fit. Working exclusively in preventive care is also a possibility. Our days and hours of operation reflect the needs of our clients, so Saturdays and some early evenings will be required. Job Types: Full-time, Part-time
Additional Salary Information: Competitive Salary
Full time benefits - Health Insurance, PTO and 401(k) with match
About Carol House Quick Fix Pet Clinic
Savings Lives Through PreventionWe envision a community in which pets are not euthanized just because they are homeless. The only way to control dog and cat overpopulation and the euthanizing of adoptable animals is by decreasing birth rates. The Carol House Quick Fix Pet Clinic mission is to reduce pet overpopulation by providing an effective, accessible and affordable spay/neuter option. By reducing the number of unwanted dogs and cats that are born, we will also reduce the number that enter local shelters, only to be euthanized.