Full and Part Time Associate Veterinarian & Surgeons Needed
Texas Litter Control
Location: Tomball, Texas
Type: Full Time
Required Education: DVM or equivalent
Salary: $130,000 - $156,000/ year
Benefits include paid time off, medical, dental, vision, short & long-term disability, and life insurance policies. We also pay for licensing with the State of Texas and DEA.
Texas Litter Control is hiring full and part time Associate Veterinarians. We offer competitive pay rates in addition to a full benefit package for full time employees. Benefits include paid time off, medical, dental, vision, short & long-term disability, and life insurance policies. We also pay for licensing with the State of Texas and DEA. We would welcome DVMs with any level of experience, including recent graduates. We have 3 locations serving Harris and Montgomery Counties (Humble, Tomball and Spring). Wellness shifts are 7.5 hours and surgical shifts start 8am and you leave once all patients are awake and stable typically before 3pm. TLC will pay for reasonable moving for out of area hires. We are a 501(c)3 charitable organization who wants to help as many pets as we can. There is no pressure to make sales quotas and you are not on call once your shift has ended. Work is left at work. TLC is the perfect combination of shelter medicine, expanded full service for low-income individuals and surgery. If you are tired of the stress of turning those away who cannot afford healthcare for their pet, TLC is the right place for you!
Associate Veterinarian TLC offers wellness services to the general public. We also offer expanded healthcare services to income qualified individuals, that includes digital x-rays, dentals w/ digital x-rays, and treatment of minor injuries. We are looking for an individual who advances the quality of medicine in the practice and provides exceptional client service to our clients and patients. Surgeon TLC is looking for experienced surgeons but not necessarily high quality, high volume. We have a surgeon training program that can quickly get you up to speed if you have the basic skillset. Our surgeons perform between 30 to 40 animals per shift. Some clinics look for higher numbers. We are always concerned with staff burnout, and we feel this is a respectable number to advance animal welfare while not overwhelming the staff. This position has very little interaction with the public. The technicians do check in and the only time the Veterinarian interacts with a client is if there is an extreme