Veterinarian for a growing community practice Savannah Georgia
?Would you like the following:
Opportunity to further develop your surgical skills.
Would you like to grow a practice but not have the headache of owning it? We provide that opportunity. We are not corporate owned!
Work with a talented team who enjoys what they do and believe in being a part of their community to help both families and their pets.
We believe 100% in work/life balance. Our schedule is a 4 day work week. No weekends.
We live by the BEACH!!!
Surgeries, Exams, Teamwork and a 4 day work week - the best of all worlds! We are seeking a full-time veterinarian who will work as a General Practitioner and Surgeon. We are growing community based program that provides low cost spay/neuter/dentals/ soft tissue surgery and medical care for dogs and cats. This is our second clinic in Georgia. You will have the opportunity to create and grow a thriving community resource.
Applicants should be motivated, energetic, client-oriented, and eager for the challenge of creating a high-quality medical practice. Successful candidates will share our commitment to delivering the highest quality patient care with exceptional client service. Our caring support staff is dedicated to our patients, clients, and community. Experienced candidates preferred but will definitely consider confident, compassionate new grads.
National Spay Alliance has a long established non-profit clinic located in Dalton GA. We have become the community resource for multiple counties and continue to grow as a practice. We now want to continue our ability to help animals who would otherwise not receive care and have opened our Savannah location. We are building out a brand new clinic to serve our community.
Southern hospitality is no joke, and Savannah is a great example. Recognized as one of the friendliest cities in the world, Savannah is full of pleasant locals who are known for their affable nature. Why is everyone so happy here? Maybe it’s the fact that the cost of living in Savannah is 6% lower than the national average. Or that the median home price is $145,100, which is 4.8% lower than the Georgia average. Regardless, the welcoming community and affordable living are but a few reasons why Savannah’s population has steadily grown since 2010. Let’s not forget about the beach! You are always just a short drive to the many beaches Georgia has to offer.
We offer a very competitive salary. Moving expenses are negotiable. Benefits include medical, supplemental, dental, life, Aflac, long/short term disability insurance, uniform allowance, CE allowance, payment of DEA, AVMA, GVMA, state license, and professional liability insurance dues and fees, flexible vacation and personal time, and discounts on pet healthcare.
If this opportunity sounds like something you might be interested in please send a cover letter and email to Kim Ott at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you and welcoming you to our team.
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM/VMD) or equivalent degree required.
Veterinary license in good standing or eligibility for licensure in Georgia.
Additional Salary Information: We offer a wide variety of benefits and a 4 day work week, no weekends!
About National Spay Alliance Savannah
National Spay Alliance Foundation began in the spring of 2013. It was founded by Pam Pierce and a Colorado veterinarian as Spay Today Mobile Outreach. They both realized the need for low cost spay/neuter services in under served areas such as Kansas and Georgia and decided to create a solution. The gold standard for spay/neuter clinics, developed by the Humane Alliance of North Carolina, was utilized to design a high quality, low cost program. The clinic began as a mobile program that traveled with two surgical rigs, one in Kansas and the other in Georgia. In 2015 we built a clinic in Dalton GA and have plans to expand to other communities in need within the State in the next couple of years.
We offer low-cost, high-quality veterinary options to the community as a whole. Millions of pets do not receive adequate care due to the cost of services. This lack of access to affordable care has created an animal welfare crisis. We educate our communities in the importance of spaying/neutering to control the pet population as well as allowing clients to have their pets seen at the onset of a problem to keep pets where they belong in their home.? We are passionate about providing high q...uality, low cost veterinary care to under served communities, thus reducing the number of animals entering shelters and being needlessly euthanized.