Animal Care Veterinary Hospital located in Greenville, North Carolina, is looking for an associate veterinarian to join our hospital to help it grow in the community. This is an incredible opportunity to connect with a remarkable community of hospitals and work alongside a team of highly skilled and compassionate individuals.
The new leadership team focuses on fostering a positive and collaborative work environment. We believe our team members should have fun at work while providing exceptional patient care and delivering excellent client services. We promote a learning culture and understand the importance of having a work-life balance.
The hospital is equipped with everything you need for high-quality medicine – including an in-house lab, digital x-rays, digital dental x-rays, ultrasound, and laser therapy.
Greenville was recently rated #22 Best Small Places for Business and Careers by Forbes magazine. It is a dog-friendly town with plenty of parks and recreational facilities with river access for boating and fishing. Greenville also boasts several theatres, art galleries, breweries, and music festivals.
In addition to our “work-hard, play-hard” culture, we offer:
A competitive salary and potential bonus program
Excellent health insurance (including dental and vision) and 401k with a company match
Generous CE allowance and CE time off
Paid time off and holiday pay
Student debt repayment assistance
Paid maternity leave
State License, DEA, AVMA PLIT, AVMA, and state VMA dues, as well as a subscription to VIN
If you have the drive and passion we are looking for, we would love to meet you. You can apply here or email Kelsey.firstname.lastname@example.org.
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About Animal Care Veterinary Hospital
Encore is a veterinary-led organization founded by a DVM and led by a DVM. We built Encore because we felt that the needs of the veterinary industry were not being met by corporate medicine. With decades of experience, our team has an intimate understanding of veterinary transition — we know what works, and more importantly, what doesn’t.