BestFriends Veterinary Clinic in Albertville is hiring an experienced associate DVM for a position with future ownership potential.
If you’re at a place in your career where you want to get out of the rat race, check out our website (www.bestfriendsvetclinic.com) to see our mission statement and our values, and see what our clients say about us. We’re a small group, and we are supportive of each other in the workplace. From the top down, we have a very strong focus on family and work-life balance. This is reflected in our clinic hours, which are 8am to 5pm Monday through Friday. We leave on time and we are not open evenings or weekends.
We practice high-quality veterinary medicine at a reasonable pace, with 40-60 minute appointments. While we always offer and recommend the best care for each situation, we are not a “gold standard or nothing” clinic. We firmly believe that it is our responsibility to advise our clients and provide them with the best information possible to help them make decisions, and we understand that every client’s situation is unique. We treat our clients with compassion and understanding and we feel that it shows in our extremely loyal client base.
This position would ideally be full-time (which we consider to be 4 8-hour days) but part-time candidates will also be considered. Compensation will be based upon experience, additional benefits include PTO, retirement plan with 2% match, paid CE time off and registration fees, MVMA/AVMA dues and PLIT coverage, MN veterinary license, DEA license, pet care discount.
Current VHA members, please fill out the form below to register a user account on the VHA website. Each account MUST have a unique, valid email address.
Once we have verified your clinic’s VHA membership, you will receive an email confirming your new account and containing your username & password. Everyone is encouraged to register for their own unique username and password rather than a single clinic username & password.
Note: When you first log in to your new account, you will be prompted to reset your password and invited to fill out your profile.
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