Southern Regional Veterinary Emergency Services is looking for someone who desires to make a difference in veterinary medicine. There are pets who need support all hours of the day and night and our emergency practice is looking for a Compassionate, Skilled, and Service-oriented veterinarian who is willing to meet the needs of the Wiregrass region. This position requires working nights weekends and holidays but by utilizing a compressed schedule, individuals will be able to enjoy a healthy work-life balance. We have have a boarded surgeon and surgical intern who are willing to provide mentorship and assist with professional development.
If you are looking to do more than wellness visits and would like to challenge yourself to grow as a veterinarian, this opportunity is right for you. We are excited about growing our AAHA accredited practice with you. Take a moment to watch our video to learn more about our practice and see some of our staff and facility.
Be able to lift 40lbs and stand for long periods of time. Veterinarians are expected to assist in technician development and training. Positive attitude and a service-oriented approach to veterinary medicine. Willing to work some of the holidays in rotation with other veterinarians. Must be able to effectively communicate patient needs to the client to ensure clients are well informed of all options available. Must be eligible for license to practice in Alabama.
Additional Salary Information: ** Signing bonus available for those who sign contract and commit to work full time for a minimum of 18 months.
* Salary is based on shifts worked, experience, and full-time status
Full-time associates will have access to Health Insurance, Retirement Contributions, Profit Sharing, Liability coverage, License and Continuing Education reimbursement, Eligible for Bonuses and Paid Time Off
About Southern Regional Veterinary Emergency Services
Southern Regional Veterinary Specialists and Southern Regional Veterinary Emergency Services are growing specialty and emergency practices in Southeast Alabama. Both hospitals support local DVMs to provide surgical support and emergency care. Our primary function is to provide these services to surrounding veterinarians and model Compassion, Skill, and Service.