Pro Sal - Weekly salary with opportunity to bonus every 4 weeks (up to 13 times annually)
Fulfill yourself professionally and maintain work-life balance while thriving in our newly rebuilt veterinary hospital. Palm Bay Animal Clinic, recently under new ownership, is a small animal practice located in Brevard County, Fl. We foster an environment where you can grow your skills with mentorship and collaboration with your DVM peers. Our highly trained staff allows you to be able to provide fear free, high quality patient care and excellent customer service. We put employee mental health and practice culture as top priority. Our benefits include health insurance including vision and dental, retirement with employer match, paid dues & license, 3 weeks paid time off, CE & uniform allowance, VIN & Plumb's memberships, pet service discounts, and team building events. We also have an excellent base pay with an opportunity to bonus 13 times annually. Sign on bonus. Full time 32-38 hours per week; part time position candidates also considered.
Provides compassionate care to patients.
Works with owners to set practice medical policies and procedures; performs all duties in accordance with them.
Plans and carries out a significant program of personal medical continuing education.
Works with the owners on plans for developing and growing the business.
Is active in professional organizations and community activities.
Communicates objectives, motivates staff, builds and maintains morale; maintains core values and standards.
Helps to develop new programs and processes that meet clients’ changing needs.
Sets an example for the staff in dealing with clients; promotes the concept of the client-centered environment.
Delivers in-house medical training to the support staff when asked to do so.
Works toward and attains practice productivity standards.
Promotes cooperative working environment among staff members; understands the value of teamwork; shows enthusiasm and willingness to perform as necessary to help the practice function as a unit.
Maintains positive, cooperative relationships with other employees.
Performs physical examinations using preliminary data provided by the veterinary technicians; diagnoses physical condition and presents diagnostic and treatment alternatives to the client being sensitive to their emotional as well financial needs.
Performs medical, surgical and dental procedures; provides emergency services in accordance with hospital standards of care.
Interprets the results of laboratory procedures and determines the appropriate protocol based on the results; reads radiographs and interprets EKGs and EEGs.
Prescribes medications in accordance with manufacturers label instructions and uses. Understands common side-effects and common drug interactions with other medications.
Promptly, accurately and legibly updates client records in support of the SOAP reporting method.
Understands and carries out treatment orders from other veterinarians; makes necessary changes in treatment plan when diagnostic results support the decision to do so.