Submitted March 8, 2019

Practice Name: Everhart Veterinary Medicine

City: Baltimore

State: Maryland

Contact Person: Susan Householder

Phone: 4103553131


Job Description: Everhart Veterinary Medicine is seeking an associate veterinarian

We have two locations that offer state-of-the-art medical care with a varied case load and the chance to grow in practice.

Our well-equipped facilities in Baltimore, MD and Pasadena, MD enable thorough case work-up but we maintain a solid relationship with local referral centers.

For an aspiring surgeon, we offer the opportunity to learn both advanced soft tissue and orthopedic surgeries.

We offer our clients integrative therapies to assist when conventional care has not resolved their pet's problems. We have a multi-doctor practice for case collaboration and mentoring.

At Everhart, our experienced staff is like family and our patients and clients are treated with care and compassion.

Both the original and second hospitals are equipped with digital x-ray, digital dental x-ray, complete in-house lab services as well as the support of Antech lab services for off-site testing and consultation, in house ultrasound as well as a dedicated ultrasonographer with consultations multiple days per week, and therapeutic laser.

Benefits include competitive salary, health and PLIT insurance, paid vacation, a substantial CE allowance, retirement plan with matching, and professional dues and licensing fees.

Please email us your resumes or any questions you have about the position -


Submitted February 3, 2019

Practice Name: Animal Place Veterinary Hospital

City: SIlver Spring

State: Maryland

Contact Person: Arlene Gardsbane, DVM

Phone: 301-603-1223

Fax: 301-603-9419


Job Description

We are a full service, privately owned small animal hospital offering routine medical and surgical procedures, dental care services and alternative medicine. We have the ability to run in-house diagnostics with our state of the art Idexx VetLab Station and Digital X-rays, which are fully integrated with our Cornerstone Software. We are in search of a unique individual, who aspires to make a positive impact on pet health care in our hospital and our community. Our dedicated support team believes in providing only exceptional client service along with up to date, evidence-based medical and surgical care. Interested candidate should have at least 2 years of clinical experience working in an animal hospital, with excellent communication skills and a compassionate demeanor towards pets and their people. (Confident new graduates considered) Hours accommodate a balanced work and home life, working every other Saturday, one day off during the week and no after-hour calls! We do not board or keep animals hospitalized overnight. If a pet needs overnight care or emergency care we have several 24 hour hospitals close to us. You can sleep knowing that you will not come back to a patient left alone in a cage at night. Our 30 minute appointments allow you time to talk to clients and we have one hour set aside for lunch. Most days there are at least two veterinarians on duty so there is someone to bounce ideas around. (The exception is Saturday...but it is only a half day)


Submitted October 17, 2018

Practice Name: The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore
City/State: Baltimore
Contact Person: Travis Campbell
Phone: 4435520890

Job Description

The Associate Veterinarian is responsible for all aspects of daily clinical, medical, and surgical care of the Zoo’s collection. This position will execute the annual preventative health program, oversee the pathology program, participate in ongoing research, and assist in the teaching of interns, new staff, and students. This position reports to the Senior Director of Animal Health, Conservation and Research, and collaborates frequently with the Hospital and Conservation Program Manager and Senior Veterinary Technician. 

Essential Functions:

Primary Function:

  • Ensure comprehensive day to day medical and surgical care of the collection;
  • Plan, organize, and implement the preventative medicine program of the Zoo collection;
  • Responsible for the oversight and implementation of the veterinary student externship program and Summer Research Internship;
  • Participate in conservation and research projects supported by the Zoo’s conservation program;
  • Participate in veterinary collaboration with outside institutions;
  • Establish, update, and administer the Zoo’s medical and quarantine protocols;
  • Participate in the Animal Recapture Team;
  • Responsible for the approval of chemicals and plants used within the Zoo;
  • Responsible for the parasitology program of the collection;
  • Responsible for the reproductive and contraception program of the collection in collaboration with the Collection and Conservation Managers;
  • Responsible for organizing the veterinary components of incoming and outgoing animal shipments in collaboration with the Collection and Conservation Managers;
  • Oversee implementation of the Employee Health Program and serve as the veterinary liaison to consult on issues of employee health, zoonoses, and public health as they relate to our staff, guests, and the collection;
  • Liaison with the Senior Veterinary Technician to establish and maintain appropriate laboratory techniques and diagnostic capabilities and quality;
  • Oversee the pathology program and liaison with JHU comparative pathology department to provide adequate pathology services to the Zoo;
  • Maintain compliance with the veterinary components of USDA regulation and AZA standards;
  • Promote the mission of The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore;
  • Perform other duties as assigned; and,
  • Adhere to all policies and procedures of the Zoo.

Communication (Internal and External):

  • Lecture on research projects and zoo medicine subjects when requested;
  • Publish articles on research and clinical cases in the field of zoo medicine;
  • Participate in national organizations such as AZA, AAZV, AAV, ARAV, WDA, AAWV and AVMA, which further the goals of zoos, zoo medicine and veterinary medicine;
  • Attend continuing education meetings necessary to fulfill licensure requirements;
  • Communicate with and provide assistance to various governmental bodies dealing with wildlife issues, such as Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and United States Fish and Wildlife; and,
  • Attend required zoo managerial and staff meetings.

Management of Resources (financial, human resources, facilities):

Supervise and manage the Veterinary Externship program and Summer Research Internship program including scheduling, application process, mentorship, and evaluation.

Minimum Qualifications:


DVM, VMD, or equivalent.


  • Internship or residency in zoo medicine preferred;
  • ACZM-boarded or qualified strongly preferred;
  • Minimum of one year experience in zoological medicine required;
  • Valid Maryland veterinary license, DEA license, Maryland controlled substances license and USDA Veterinary Accreditation; and
  • Valid driver’s license.

Traits Desirable:

  • Ability to work with a wide variety of individuals from ethnic, cultural and economic backgrounds;
  • Extremely well-organized;
  • Strong communication, mentoring, time management, interpersonal and follow-up skills;
  • Ability to visualize, comprehend and analyze data;
  • Ability to make appropriate decisions regarding medical care of animals; and,
  • Self-directed, collaborative and detail-oriented.


  • Must be able to operate a variety of machines and equipment including computer, telephone, radio, and vehicles, hand tools, animal restraint and capture devices, darting equipment, incubators, scales, etc.; and,
  • Various medical machines, tools, and equipment;

Working Conditions:

  • Must have 24 hour on-call availability;
  • Must be able to exert up to 70 pounds of force occasionally, 50 pounds frequently and/or a negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects. Physical demands are in excess of those for sedentary work; must be able to remain on feet for periods of time, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, push, pull, climb, balance;
  • Must be able to travel large areas of the Zoo as needed;
  • Must be able to work outdoors in all seasons;
  • Must be able to work while wearing appropriate Personal Protective Equipment;
  • Contact with hazardous chemicals, animal related injury and diagnostic radiography and anesthesia equipment; and,
  • Exposure to zoonotic diseases and risk of animal attack.


The statements above are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and/or skills required of all personnel so classified. Therefore, management reserves the right to revise the job or to require that other or different tasks be performed when circumstances change.

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