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We are searching for an associate veterinarian in Fargo, ND

We are searching for an associate veterinarian in Fargo, ND
Date Posted: September 12, 2023

VVH is an AAHA Accredited, family-oriented, small animal practice located in Fargo, North Dakota. 

 

Fargo is a vibrant community where you can find your adventurous pioneering spirit.  Fargo has a surprising array of cultural influences, attractions, and activities far beyond what is characteristic for a city this size. 

 

VVH strives to provide our employees with a healthy work-life balance.  The hospital is open Monday-Friday, 7:00 – 5:30.  No after-hours emergency or on-call duty. All staff have 1 day off per week.  We currently have 3 DVMs who are supported by a great staff of veterinary technicians, assistants, and customer service representatives.  Our hospital is a newly remodeled, fully equipped, modern facility. 

 

We offer a signing bonus and competitive salary with a full benefits package. Benefits include, but are not limited to, health, dental, and vision insurance, personal pet discounts, uniform and continuing education allowances, paid association and licensing fees, paid time off, and 401K/retirement plan match. 

Additional Details

Clinic Name: Valley Veterinary Hospital
Street Address: 3210 Main Ave.
City: Fargo
State: North Dakota
ZIP: 58103
Contact First Name: Melissa
Contact Last Name: Weber
Email: mweber@veterinaryha.org
Contact Phone: 6512873323
Minimum Education Required: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
Minimum Experience: Open to all levels of experience.
Benefits: 401K / IRA, PTO, Uniform Allowance, Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Continuing Education, Professional Dues, Pet Care Discount
Position Available: Associate DVM
Hourly/Salary Range: Competitive Salary
Contract? No
Designation: Full or Part Time
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