Toledo Humane Society, Northwest Ohio’s largest and oldest nonprofit animal shelter, is seeking both full-time and part-time veterinarians to help us grow our programs and services.
Enjoy the best of both worlds by practicing shelter medicine and community medicine with a collaborative, supportive, fun team. Our veterinarians and RVT’s are passionate, dedicated, and caring individuals who work hard, have a lot of fun, and make a difference for animals every day.
Our shelter is well-equipped, with digital and dental x-rays, surgery suite with two tables, and two dental machines. We enjoy practicing comprehensive medicine and treating challenging/complex medical and surgical cases, and refer to specialists when needed.
We are in the final stages of remodeling a facility to provide low-cost medical and surgical care for owned pets in a resource-challenged community. New team members will have the opportunity to help us shape the direction of this new clinic and have a profound impact on the families in this community. We anticipate being very busy very quickly in this new facility and are planning to open our doors in late January/early February of 2022.
We are looking for team members who are excited to practice veterinary medicine and are interested in continuing to develop their medical and surgical skills. Previous experience in HQHV surgery, forensics, or orthopedics is a plus, or interest in learning in these areas. New grads are welcome to apply – we are committed to mentoring and supporting professional and personal growth, and we value your personal time. Our workday allows for the flexibility to support your personal life – for example making it to your kid’s soccer game or dentist appointment – we figure out how to make it work for everyone.
Full-time employment is 36 hours (four days)/week, part-time can be anywhere from one to three days per week. We offer a competitive salary. Full-time employees enjoy generous benefits including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, short and long-term disability insurance, generous 401(k) match, EAP, PTO and paid holidays. Both full and part-time DVM’s receive an annual allowance for CE, professional memberships, and licensing. Working for a nonprofit may qualify you for student loan forgiveness.