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Humane Ohio is looking for additional veterinarians to add to our team! We are seeking enthusiastic doctors to primarily perform spay/neuter surgeries. We have experienced doctors ready to mentor a new graduate, allowing you to improve your surgical skills and speed with another doctor always available if needed. As part of our Education for Service Program, 3rd and 4th year veterinary students may be eligible for up to $36,000 toward your final year of education and expenses in exchange for a two year commitment to employment with Humane Ohio after graduation. Enjoy regular hours, no weekends or on-call, and limited client interaction, while practicing high-quality medicine. As a veterinarian with Humane Ohio you will know you have made a difference in the lives of animals and their caregivers each and every day.

The workday begins at 7:30am and typically ends by 4:00pm. The clinic is currently open Monday-Friday, but weekend hours would be an option for an interested candidate. No evening hours or holidays will be required, helping you maintain a healthy work-life balance. We are seeking multiple additional veterinarians to keep up with demand, and are open to candidates interested in anything from full-time to veterinarians who can commit to at least two shifts per month. Learn more about Humane Ohio at www.humaneohio.org

Compensation:
The Veterinarian is expected to earn an attractive salary. Benefits for full-time candidates include access to medical, dental and vision insurance, short-term disability insurance, life insurance, paid holidays, paid time off, CE allowance, 401k with match, and payment of medical license.

Education:
A DVM degree is required.

Key Qualifications and Characteristics:
All candidates must be licensed to practice veterinary medicine in the State of Ohio or be able to secure such licensure within 30 days of an offer. The preferred candidate will have familiarity with high-volume spay/neuter procedures, but new graduates willing to learn and ready to be mentored are welcome.

Other expected qualifications of the successful candidate include: a demonstrated track record of strong leadership, excellent time management skills, and the ability to perform and remain calm under pressure.

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Attributes:

  • The ability to communicate effectively and respectfully with management, co-workers and clients
  • The ability to perform a thorough physical exam of dogs and cats of all temperaments
  • The ability to perform repetitive surgical procedures for hours at a time
  • The ability to stand, bend, kneel and crouch in order to safely interact with animals

Desired Personal Traits:

  • Commitment to mission (demonstrated passion for mission of animal welfare in its many forms)
  • Ethical (possesses honesty, integrity, transparency and the highest ethical and moral standards; trustworthy)
  • Critical thinker (ability to make decisions while exhibiting sound and accurate judgement)
  • Energetic (genuinely enthusiastic; can rally others around the mission; strong personal work ethic).
  • Organized (able to manage multiple high priority projects simultaneously to meet or exceed established goals and objectives).
  • Teamwork (willingness to perform a variety of tasks if needed, including preparing the operating areas for the day and cleaning up at the end of the day)

Lucas County, Ohio:

Toledo is located in Lucas County, which is in the Northwestern region of the State of Ohio. Lucas County has a population of nearly 430,000 and is anchored by Toledo, the County Seat.
Lucas County enjoys residents from diverse ethnic backgrounds and a solid economy with a mix of service, healthcare, and manufacturing businesses. Arts and culture include galleries, symphony orchestra, opera, ballet, neighborhood and ethnic community festivals, restaurants, art museums, a nationally recognized Zoo and thriving theatre. On the shores of Lake Erie and bisected by the Maumee River, Lucas County is also home to beautiful parks and a myriad of recreational opportunities. Educational organizations include outstanding public and private school systems, community colleges and a number of public and private institutions of higher learning. Professional sports include the Toledo Mud Hens baseball club, the Toledo Walleye ice hockey team, and racing at the Toledo Speedway. Lucas County features Collegiate Division I athletics. More information about communities, things to do and quality of life in Lucas County and the entire Northwestern Ohio region can be found at https://ohio.org/region/northwest/ and https://co.lucas.oh.us/8/Visitors

  • Organization Type : Shelter, Small/Pet Animal, Specialty/Referral
  • Hours : Full Time, Part Time, Per Diem
  • Pay Type : Salary, Hourly
  • Benefits : CE Allowance, Discount Pet Care, Insurance: Disability, Insurance: Medical, Dental, and/or Vision, Insurance: Life, Mentorship, No Emergency and/or On-Call Hours, No Weekend Hours, Paid License Fees, Paid Time Off, Relocation Assistance/Reimbursement, Retirement Plan
  • How to Apply : Submit cover letter and CV/resume via email to [email protected]