Indiana

Submitted May 19, 2020

Practice Name: LaGrange Veterinary Clinic

City: LaGrange

State: Indiana

Contact Person: Dr. Hilary Christner

Phone: 2604632157

Email: hilary@lagrangevetclinic.com 

Job Description

LaGrange Veterinary Clinic is seeking a licensed associate veterinarian to join our team of 2 veterinarians, 4 technicians, and several support staff members. At LaGrange Veterinary Clinic, we are a privately owned, mixed animal clinic located in a rural area. We are a long established and ever-changing practice. We are currently working on a new building addition and remodel. Our practice offers digital radiographs, surgical & therapy lasers, in-house laboratory, & a veterinary vehicle. Salary will be competitive based on the number of hours working. Other benefits include paid-time-off, CE, licensing fees, clothing allowance, health insurance, and more. Please e-mail resumes to Dr. Hilary Christner at hilary@lagrangevetclinic.com. Check out our website

 

Submitted April 20, 2020

Practice Name: Coyne Veterinary Services

City: Chicago and Northwest Indiana

State: IL and IN

Contact Person: Danielle Knight

Phone: 7089957376

Email: danielle.knight@coynevetservices.com  

Job Description

Launch a career you'll love with Coyne Veterinary Services! Come join our team for an unmatched opportunity to practice the highest standard of compassionate veterinary medicine in one of our fast paced, non appointment, contemporary hospitals! We aim to combine your outstanding veterinary skills with innovation, compassion and respect for the human-animal bond to consistently provide the best care to the communities we serve at our privately owned hospitals throughout Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana. Working with us, you'll become part of an experienced team of doctors whose knowledge and mentorship will help to guide you as you refine your professional skills.  We also encourage all of our doctors to pursue their individual interests and are committed to providing continued support and training throughout your career.

We are proud to promote a collaborative, inspired environment focused on client care and education and enhanced by team dynamics. Some of your daily duties within this foundation include: Performing exams, developing and communicating treatment plans, explaining diagnostics and follow up care to clients, maintaining detailed digital medical records, completing daily client calls, and performing surgery and dental extractions. 

We are looking for a motivated individual who is an efficient communicator and skilled at multitasking. Our ideal candidate will be eager to take on new challenges and become part of our team. Most importantly you should be passionate about medicine and providing the best care and service to pets and their people.

Benefits include: Access to new, advanced equipment in modern hospitals, flexible scheduling to maximize your work/life balance, community involvement through partnerships with rescues, highly competitive salary, generous paid time off, mentorship program, health insurance and 401k, paid dues and licensing fees, liability coverage, annual CE allowance and a significant pet service discount. Choose a career with Coyne Vet today and let's start building for your tomorrow!

 

Submitted February 18, 2020

Practice Name: O'Brien Veterinary Group

City: Highland and Westville

State: Indiana

Phone: (630) 712-0120

Email: kirsten@obrienvetgroup.com 

Job Description

Work hours and day of the week will vary depending on need and availability. Facilities are open 24 hours a day, 7 days per week. Externs are expected to work 35 hours per week.

What can an AHAA certified, 24-hour, comprehensive emergency, critical care center offer you? Our emergency and critical care practice is affiliate of Purdue University, which gives access to most advanced, sophisticated veterinary research, methodologies and technologies. These include:

  • Critical case exposure and training
  • Emergency surgery
  • 24/7 monitoring
  • Recovery care and pain management
  • Advanced diagnostics
  • Digital radiology
  • Ultrasound
  • In-house veterinary laboratory
  • Onsite pharmacy

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Submitted February 18, 2020

Practice Name: O'Brien Veterinary Group Companion Animal Externship

State: Multiple Locations throughout Indiana, Wisconsin, Michigan, and Florida

Phone: (630) 712-0120

Email: kirsten@obrienvetgroup.com 

Job Description

Work hours will include four days a week Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Saturdays 9 a.m. to noon. Hours subject to change depending on individual clinic. Externs are expected to work 35 hours per week.

Why is time at our general practice so valuable?

Find out about:

  • Wellness plan exposure and understanding
  • Preventive care
  • Dentistry, extractions and minor oral surgery, digital dental positioning and interpretation
  • Surgery
  • Diagnostics including chemistry, hematology, serology, urinalysis and parasite detection
  • Dermatology case work up and diagnosis
  • Ophthalmology
  • Sick patient work-up, diagnosis and treatment plan
  • Exotic care: birds, reptiles and pocket pets 

 

Submitted February 18, 2020

Practice Name: Northeast Animal Clinic

City: Kokomo

State: Indiana

Contact Person: Kirsten Friedrichs

Phone: (630) 712-0120

Email: kirsten@obrienvetgroup.com 

Job Description

How do we describe Northeast Animal Clinic in one word? UNITY. A driven veterinarian with a fondness for the doctor-client bond would be a great addition to our team at Northeast Animal Clinic. Our convenient walk-in companion animal clinic is situated in a rapidly expanding family friendly area with a vibrant art scene, multiple community festivals and an influx of new housing developments, perfect for someone just starting out or a growing family.

What can we offer you? Mentorship and guidance from your outstanding team of veterinary colleagues. We celebrate the collaboration of great minds and support new ideas and integrations. The position is a unique opportunity for the right candidate to be closely involved in the development of a growing practice and will allow you to utilize your knowledge and ideas to grow its place in the community, all while maintaining a functional work-life balance.

Where do we stand in our community? At our hospital we are dedicated to service, providing comprehensive medical, surgical and preventative care. Our staff is friendly and professional, working diligently to provide first class veterinary care while educating our clientele. Having been a part of the community for over 50 years, our practice is honored to be a part of this charming town, rich in history.

Who will you be working with? Support staff that was hired based off of personality and their love for the patients. The staff is experienced, cross-trained, and works diligently to provide first class education and follow through to our clientele. Our goal is to provide high-quality medical care for the animals of our community with an emphasis on compassion and client education. Our entire team is committed to providing personal attention to the unique concerns of each individual pet owner. Become the best version of YOU in your veterinary career with Northeast Animal Clinic.

Candidates should:

  • Be Positive and Energetic
  • Enjoy collaboration with colleagues
  • Be compassionate and a good communicator
  • Have passion for wellness and preventative care
  • Show proficiency in routine soft tissue surgeries and dentistry

Duties may include:

  • Examining, diagnosing and treating animals for medical conditions
  • Performing routine and non-routine surgical procedures
  • Testing for and vaccinating against diseases
  • Advising pet owners about general and preventative care, medical conditions and treatments
  • Prescribing medication
  • Competitive pay based on skills and experience, health insurance, 401K with matching, license/dues, vacation time, continued education allowance.

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Submitted February 18, 2020

Practice Name: Buck Creek Veterinary Clinic

City: Knightstown

State: Indiana

Job Description

How do we describe Buck Creek Veterinary Clinic in one word? NURTURING. Not only do we at Buck Creek want to create a long-term relationship with our patients, but we also want to foster a partnership with our clients. An experienced veterinarian with a go-getter attitude would be a great addition to our team at Buck Creek. Our well-established companion animal clinic is situated in a safe, family friendly area with a small-town vibe, not far from the city life of Indianapolis, Indiana and Cincinnati, Ohio.

What can we offer you? Mentorship and guidance from your outstanding team of veterinary colleagues. We celebrate the collaboration of great minds and support new ideas and integrations. The position is a wonderful opportunity for the right candidate to carry on the tradition of treating clients like family. We encourage you to practice medicine independently and to utilize your knowledge and ideas to continue to grow the clinics place in the community, all while maintaining a functional work-life balance for yourself.

Where do we stand in our community? At our hospital we are dedicated to service, providing comprehensive medical, surgical and preventative care. Our staff is friendly and professional, working diligently to provide first class veterinary care while educating our clientele. Having been a part of the community since 1983, our practice is elated to have built a foundation of trust and respect within our charming town, spanning generations.

Who will you be working with? Support staff that was hired based off of personality and their love for the patients. The staff is experienced, cross-trained, and works diligently to provide first class education and follow through to our clientele. Our goal is to provide high-quality medical care for the animals of our community with an emphasis on compassion and client education. Our entire team is committed to providing personal attention to the unique concerns of each individual pet owner. Become the best version of YOU in your veterinary career with Buck Creek Veterinary Clinic.

Candidates should:

  • Be Positive and Energetic
  • Enjoy collaboration with colleagues
  • Be compassionate and a good communicator
  • Have passion for wellness and preventative care
  • Show proficiency in routine soft tissue surgeries and dentistry

Duties may include:

  • Examining, diagnosing and treating animals for medical conditions
  • Performing routine and non-routine surgical procedures
  • Testing for and vaccinating against diseases
  • Advising pet owners about general and preventative care, medical conditions and treatments
  • Prescribing medication
  • Competitive pay based on skills and experience, health insurance, 401K with matching, license/dues, vacation time, continued education allowance. 

 

Submitted February 18, 2020

Practice Name: North Central Veterinary Emergency Center

City: Highland and Westville

State: Indiana

Contact Person: Kirsten Friedrichs

Phone: (630) 712-0120

Email: kirsten@obrienvetgroup.com 

Job Description

North Central Veterinary Emergency Center (NCVEC) is seeking full or part-time experienced emergency veterinarians to join our talented team. We are looking for team members who are excited about continual growth and development of an exceptional emergency hospital. Our ideal candidate will have a passion for emergency medicine, excellent communication skills, and be a team player.

You will have the opportunity to use and expand your skills in clinical medicine and surgery. Our 24-hour 9,000 square foot facility on the Purdue North Central campus in Westville, Indiana, opened in 2003. The hospital has 5 exam rooms, modern surgical suites, digital radiographs, ultrasound, an in-house laboratory, and ophthalmology specialists during the weekdays. We are also affiliated with Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine. This relationship provides access to the latest medicine along with being a tremendous resource for training and guidance when managing critical cases.

In June, 2014 we opened our satellite clinic in Highland, Indiana, close to I-80. This second location is a short drive from Chicago, has 4 exam rooms, and is similarly equipped.

Although emergency experience is preferred, we are open to the right candidate with a strong interest in emergency medicine.

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  • Candidates should:
  • Be Positive and Energetic
  • Enjoy collaboration with colleagues
  • Be compassionate and a good communicator Duties may include:
  • Examining, diagnosing and treating animals for medical conditions
  • Performing routine and non-routine surgical procedures
  • Advising pet owners about medical conditions and treatments
  • Prescribing medication
  • Competitive pay based on skills and experience, health insurance, 401K with matching, license/dues, paid time off, continued education allowance. 

 

Submitted December 19, 2019

Practice Name: Buck Creek Veterinary Clinic

City: Knightstown

State: Indiana

Contact Person: Kirsten Friedrichs

Phone: 6307120120

Email: kirsten@obrienvetgroup.com 

Job Description: Wanted-Part-time/Full-time Veterinarian for Busy Indiana Practice

Where: Buck Creek Veterinary Clinic

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Location: Knightstown, IN

How do we describe Buck Creek Veterinary Clinic in one word? Nurturing. Not only do we at Buck Creek want to create a long-term relationship with our patients, but we also want to foster a partnership with our clients. An experienced veterinarian with a go-getter attitude would be a great addition to our team at Buck Creek. Our well-established companion animal clinic is situated in a safe, family friendly area with a small-town vibe, not far from the city life of Indianapolis, Indiana and Cincinnati, Ohio. 

What can we offer you? Mentorship and guidance from your outstanding team of veterinary colleagues. We celebrate the collaboration of great minds and support new ideas and integrations. The position is a wonderful opportunity for the right candidate to carry on the tradition of treating clients like family. We encourage you to practice medicine independently and to utilize your knowledge and ideas to continue to grow the clinics place in the community, all while maintaining a functional work-life balance for yourself.

Where do we stand in our community? At our hospital we are dedicated to service, providing comprehensive medical, surgical and preventative care.  Our staff is friendly and professional, working diligently to provide first class veterinary care while educating our clientele. Having been a part of the community since 1983, our practice is elated to have built a foundation of trust and respect within our charming town, spanning generations.

Who will you be working with? Support staff that was hired based off of personality and their love for the patients. The staff is experienced, cross-trained, and works diligently to provide first class education and follow through to our clientele. Our goal is to provide high-quality medical care for the animals of our community with an emphasis on compassion and client education. Our entire team is committed to providing personal attention to the unique concerns of each individual pet owner.

Become the best version of You in your veterinary career with Buck Creek Veterinary Clinic.

Candidates should:

  • Be Positive and Energetic
  • Enjoy collaboration with colleagues
  • Be compassionate and a good communicator
  • Have passion for wellness and preventative care
  • Show proficiency in routine soft tissue surgeries and dentistry

Duties may include:

  • Examining, diagnosing and treating animals for medical conditions
  • Performing routine and non-routine surgical procedures
  • Testing for and vaccinating against diseases
  • Advising pet owners about general and preventative care, medical conditions and treatments
  • Prescribing medication

Competitive pay based on skills and experience, health insurance, 401K with matching, license/dues, vacation time, continued education allowance.

 

Submitted November 22, 2019

Practice Name: Northeast Animal Clinic

City: Kokomo

State: Indiana

Contact Person: Kirsten Friedrichs

Phone: 6307120120

Email: kirsten@obrienvetgroup.com 

Job Description

How do we describe Northeast Animal Clinic in one word? UNITY. A driven veterinarian with a fondness for the doctor-client bond would be a great addition to our team at Northeast Animal Clinic.  Our convenient walk-in companion animal clinic is situated in a rapidly expanding family friendly area with a vibrant art scene, multiple community festivals and an influx of new housing developments, perfect for someone just starting out or a growing family.

What can we offer you? Mentorship and guidance from your outstanding team of veterinary colleagues. We celebrate the collaboration of great minds and support new ideas and integrations. The position is a unique opportunity for the right candidate to be closely involved in the development of a growing practice and will allow you to utilize your knowledge and ideas to grow its place in the community, all while maintaining a functional work-life balance.

Where do we stand in our community? At our hospital we are dedicated to service, providing comprehensive medical, surgical and preventative care.  Our staff is friendly and professional, working diligently to provide first class veterinary care while educating our clientele.  Having been a part of the community for over 50 years, our practice is honored to be a part of this charming town, rich in history.

Who will you be working with? Support staff that was hired based off of personality and their love for the patients. The staff is experienced, cross-trained, and works diligently to provide first class education and follow through to our clientele. Our goal is to provide high-quality medical care for the animals of our community with an emphasis on compassion and client education. Our entire team is committed to providing personal attention to the unique concerns of each individual pet owner.

Become the best version of YOU in your veterinary career with Northeast Animal Clinic.

Candidates should:

  • Be Positive and Energetic
  • Enjoy collaboration with colleagues
  • Be compassionate and a good communicator
  • Have passion for wellness and preventative care
  • Show proficiency in routine soft tissue surgeries and dentistry

Duties may include:

  • Examining, diagnosing and treating animals for medical conditions
  • Performing routine and non-routine surgical procedures
  • Testing for and vaccinating against diseases
  • Advising pet owners about general and preventative care, medical conditions and treatments
  • Prescribing medication

Competitive pay based on skills and experience, health insurance, 401K with matching, license/dues, vacation time, continued education allowance.