The ideal addition to our team has a desire to practice quality small animal medicine. He/she has a proficiency in small animal general medicine diagnosis and treatment, general small animal surgery, and interpretation of radiographs. He/she should have the ability to positively interact with clients, exhibit good bedside manner and relay health care information.The client must feel they have received an exceptional level of care.
Avondale Haslet Animal Clinic rewards its team members with a competitive salary, bonuses and a benefits package, including:
Paid Vacation and Sick Days
Continuing Education Allowance
Professional Liability Coverage
**Open Until Filled**
Job candidate must:
be a graduate from an accredited college of veterinary medicine.
be licensed or have reciprocity to practice veterinary medicine in the state of Texas by the Texas State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners.
be licensed, or eligible to be licensed, by the US DEA to prescribe and dispense controlled substances.
have a desire to practice small animal medicine. (If you are tired of working cattle in the heat, late night colic calls, or delivering calves in below freezing temperatures, you will feel at home here. The owners have the same background and appreciate the art of large animal medicine, but enjoy the small animal practice).
be proficient in small animal general medicine diagnosis and treatment, general small animal surgery, and interpretation of radiographs. (If not proficient in ultrasonography, a willingness to become so is highly desirable.)
have the ability to interact with clients and relay health care information to them. The client must feel they have received an exceptional level of care.
be willing to relocate. (If not currently living in the North Texas region – Haslet is in northwest Tarrant County, which is now on the outskirts of Fort Worth, Texas.)
have a commitment to practicing the highest standard of medicine and uphold the veterinary code of ethics
Additional Salary Information: Commiserate with experience
About Avondale Haslet Animal Clinic
Drs. Jim Jordan and Sheila Kennedy-Jordan started Avondale Haslet Animal Clinic in 2009 in order to bring quality veterinary medical services to the Northwest Tarrant County region. Northwest Tarrant County has proven to be a booming area in both economic growth and quality of life. We have seen an increase in the number of growing families and young adults moving to the area with their fur-babies.