Delaware

Submitted March 17, 2018

Practice Name: Homeless Cat Helpers
City/State: Seaford, DE
Contact Person: D-C Brown
Phone: 302-344-3015 private cell
Email: d-c_brown@juno.com 

Job Description: S/N Surgeon Needed Housing & Utilities Provided In Southern Delaware

A Veterinary Surgeon is needed to live and work in the Seaford & Laurel, Delaware, area, which is at the very heart of our DelMarVa peninsula.  The ideal applicant will be a Shelter Medicine graduate, with familiarity with the Humane Alliance protocol.  Primary focus is on HQHVLCSN (High-Quality High-Volume Low-Cost Spay/Neuter) of cats, complete with Green Line Tattoo for tame cats, Ear-Tipping for feral cats, and internal stitches of the outer layer of skin for all cats.  Ability to perform, or willingness to learn, the Flank Incision Spay, and Pediatric S/N (2 to 4 lbs.) are both huge pluses.  Secondary focus is for Wellness Clinics for pet cats, to facilitate our adoption efforts at Petco, and to reduce surrender issues.

All surgical equipment and medical supplies are provided at our fully functioning Kitty Fix Clinic, which is held in dedicated space provided by a local church, in Seaford, with a 7.5 year history.  This includes an anesthesia machine, 24 spay packs, and an autoclave, etc.  We have a paid Vet Tech with 2 years of experience in this clinic (18 years experience overall), plus several trained medical assistance volunteers, as well as a few clerical volunteers.

Private 4 BR / 2 B Victorian house, with utilities provided, in exchange for 4 clinic days per month, in Laurel, only 12 minutes from our clinic.  There is an abundance of additional employment opportunities in a 25 mile radius, particularly at nearby 'sister' clinics, in 3 communities which are also under-served.  (Georgetown, DE, Salisbury, MD, and Secretary, MD.  Assistance with dual-state licensing is available.)

If you would enjoy small town life surrounded by farming country, with lower income taxes and no sales tax, with 2 state parks, 1 national park, several resort beaches, and coastal night-life, all within a 5 to 45 minute drive, this may be for you.  We and our cats are waiting for you to come check us out!

Homeless Cat Helpers, Inc.

HomelessCatHelpers.org

Submitted June 7, 2016

Practice Name: Veterinary Specialty Center of Delaware\
City/State: New Castle, DE
Contact Person: Coreen Haggerty
Phone: 302-322-6933
Fax: 302-322-6883
Email: chaggerty@vscdel.com 

Job Description

Small Animal Specialty/Emergency Practice in the Delaware/Greater Philadelphia Region is seeking Full-Time and/or Part-Time or Emergency Veterinarian for Progressive Specialty & Emergency Small Animal Hospital.  Also seeking to expand services of Critical Care, Cardiology, Dermatology, Dentistry, and Radiology as we double the size of our 10,000 sq ft facility.

The Veterinary Specialty Center of Delaware (VSCD) invites an emergency veterinarian or specialist in the areas listed above to join our progressive team of 24/7 emergency, critical care, surgery, rehabilitation, cardiology, ophthalmology, internal medicine, radiology/ultrasound/16-slice CT, oncology and anesthesiology doctors.

VSCD provides a complete benefit package including, but not limited to, a continuing education allowance, disability insurance, life insurance, health insurance with prescription and vision, a dental plan, 401 K retirement plan, vacation, personal and sick time.  Salary is dependent on experience.

Contact Information

Applicants can send Curriculum Vitae to Veterinary Specialty Center of Delaware, 290 Churchmans Road, New Castle, DE 19720, attention Dr. Jeffrey Bowersox, DVM, DACVO, or by e-mail to jbowersox@vscdel.com. You can also fax your information to Dr. Bowersox at 302-322-6883.

VSCD is an AAHA-accredited regional referral hospital drawing clients from Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maryland and New Jersey located in New Castle, DE off of the I-95 corridor, one hour south of Greater Philadelphia, PA, and one hour north of Baltimore, MD, with close proximity to Southern New Jersey and the entire state of Delaware.  We see 25,000 cases hospital-wide annually.