In order to encourage your participation is veterinary medical organizations, we pay for local, state and national dues. There is a CE allowance and your DEA license will be paid after two years. We have a Simple retirement plan with employer match. Health insurance is available, but affordability and structure seem to change quarterly.
DVM or equivalent
OK, humor did not work. This ad expires on Oct. 4. I am giving up. Thirty-one 30 day ads in the past 2 years on the Career Center and only 4 responses. None that resulted in a hire. I must be very off base or unattractive. My plan is to participate in Career Connect at Auburn on October 23. If that does not lead to a prospect, I plan on hiring a placement service. It will cost me more, but I have no other options. If that fails I will restructure my practice and withdraw from the job market.
If you or someone you know may have an interest in the Gulf Coast, please copy my contact information and share. In 3 days the jobs will still be open, but the ad will close.
Thank you for taking time to review my predicament. My hope is that you or someone you know can help me with my situation. Thanks for your attention.
Since we have emerged from Covid, I have been become more and more emotionally involved with my Practice. To the point that I am thinking about the Practice almost constantly. Day and night I can’t get the Practice out of my head.
The pressure of lying and deceit is taking its toll. I have been hiding stacks of incomplete records and case notes so that no one will know how behind I am. I tell my wife the lawnmower is broken and I can’t get the part I need so that I can spend more time at the Practice.
But, I have been found out. My wife checked my phone and discovered how many business calls and client callbacks I have been making. My photo gallery is full of images from interesting cases. Busted. My staff tried to report me to the Wellness Committee of the state licensing board. My wife is considering leaving if I don’t break it off with the Practice. I told her that if she left, I was leaving with her.
I need Help! Even if you are not interested in a job on the beautiful Gulf Coast, please feel free to contact me and share your thoughts on what a perfect job would be. It might be therapeutic for both of us!
Companion Animal Position on the Central Gulf Coast
< $ 90,000.00 to $ 125,000.00 starting salary
< 100 hours PTO in first year
< $ 2,500.00 community investment bonus
< Medical/ Dental with Blue Cross/Blue Shield available at 50% cost
< SIMPLE IRA available with match
< Health care for up to 3 personal pets at 50% discount
< $ 1,500.00 CE budget for the first year
A three veterinarian, small animal/exotic practice in Mobile, AL has an opening for a full-time associate veterinarian. Experience is preferred, but new graduates are welcome.
MENTORSHIP - Please take the time to review our Practice Profile here on the Career Center. There you can appreciate the broad scope of our practice. We take very seriously the training of our associates as well as staff. If after a telephone interview you are interested in a position with us, we can furnish you and outline of your first 6 months of responsibilities.
A small animal emergency clinic is utilized after 9:00 p.m. and clinic responsibilities rotated. Compensation commensurate with experience.
This posting is for a small animal associate. A willingness to work with small ruminants, equine, wild animals or exotics would be a bonus. If you have the personality to work with a team and stay focused on our mission of helping animals and their owners we would love to talk with you.
In addition to our Practice Profile here in the Career Center, check us out on Facebook to learn more about our culture.
"Helping animals, helping people and changing the world"
Dr. Andrew Duke 251 633-9633 o 251 459-5698 c firstname.lastname@example.org
The Duke Animal Clinic at 1962 Schillinger Rd. S. has been established in the western suburbs of Mobile, Alabama for 42 years. Our goal is to provide consistent, high quality veterinary health care to the community. Currently, the staff consists of two full time veterinarians, one part-time veterinarian, a veterinary ophthalmologist and a veterinary dentist. The support personnel includes two licensed veterinary technicians and three skilled assistants. We participate with a local community college in their veterinary technology program and have at least one student each semester.
Our practice has an interesting variety of cases and is an excellent place to develop your practice skills with mentors that are motivated to help you learn. Not only does the ophthalmology, dentistry and equine emphasis in our practice provide a unique experience, but our work with local rescue groups insure an interesting case load. Most recently, we have added oysters to our species list. A local hatchery, three oyster nurseries and some oyster farms have needed our help with health certificates, disease testing and certifications. Maybe bees will be next?
The clinic is located... in the pine covered ridges of Mobile County and is 200 feet above sea level. 35 miles to the south is Dauphin Island, a populated barrier island on the Gulf of Mexico. The City center and Mobile Bay are 12 - 15 miles to the East. The Mobile River delta is one of the largest deltas in the United States and is very popular with kayakers, fishermen and boaters. It is about 1.5 hours to Orange Beach and Gulf Shores, Alabama. The Florida beaches are about 2 hours away.
Within 20 miles of the clinic are two 4 year universities and a Jesuit College. The University of South Alabama boasts a Colleges of Medicine, School of Pharmacy, Allied Health Professions, and Nursing. Cultural opportunities abound. The Mobile Symphony, The Mobile Pops Band, The Mobile Opera and the Mobile Ballet perform on a regular basis. Blues, soul, jazz and bluegrass events can be enjoyed at multiple venues weekly. International and seafood festivals are regular affairs. Then, there is Mardi Gras and even a mullet toss!
Mobile has excellent schools...... public, private and parochial. A wonderful placed to raise a family.
All of this as we endeavor to serve the needs of our patients and their owners while maintaining a balance in our personal lives.......and having fun. Our Chamber of Commerce once used the phrase, "The climate is ideal for progress in Mobile". I will also add that the cost of living is very attractive.