Job Opportunity: Associate Veterinarian, St. Louis, MO

Feb 1, 2018 / Alumni Job Board

Seeking Full Time Associate in the St. Louis area
Tender Care Animal Hospital is a full service animal hospital adjacent to the St. Louis area (in St. Charles county) at the entrance to Missouri’s beautiful wine country. We have a great mentor program as we believe strong mentorship is the key to a successful first year. We put a lot of time and effort into mentoring veterinarians to ensure a smooth transition from veterinary school to life in private practice. Our hospital is not a national corporate owned hospital. We frequently hear from veterinarians working for large corporate hospitals that they can have rigid mandates controlling their practice philosophy. At our hospital, we provide flexibility to our vets allowing them to provide the best quality care for their patients. Our hospital is fully equipped including in house ultrasound, digital DR radiography, digital DR dental radiography, surgical laser, therapeutic laser, and in house CBC, chemistry, and electrolyte blood machines. We encourage a strong team work environment and family friendly atmosphere. Tender Care was voted one of the top veterinary hospitals by the citizens of our county multiple consecutive years and multiple year winner of the Angie’s List Super Service Award. Part of our mentor program includes spaying and neutering shelter patients allowing new graduates the opportunity to improve their surgical skills under lower stress conditions before performing surgeries on client owned animals. To provide a better work-life balance, there is no emergency duty or on call after hours. Competitive salary and benefits including a $10,000 signing/relocation bonus.

 

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