Oklahoma

Submitted March 17, 2021

Practice Name: Petco - Vetco Total Care

City: Norman

State: Oklahoma

Contact Person: Chris Brown

Phone: 619-787-5205

Email: chris.brown@petco.com 

Job Description

We are seeking veterinarians who would be interested in practicing autonomous medicine for Petco's general practice hospitals. We currently have a DVM opportunity at our full-service hospital in Norman, OK. Below is a brief summary of our doctor benefits.

  • Work-Life Balance (no on-calls or overnights)
  • Competitive Salary plus Production Bonus
  • Medical, Dental and Vision and 401k
  • Generous Paid Time Off (Open Time Off Plan)
  • Paid Parental Leave
  • Relocation Assistance
  • $3,500 Annual Discretionary Stipend (licenses, CE, memberships)
  • Petco Store and Hospital Discounts
  • COMING SOON - Employee Stock Purchase Plan

With more than 55 years of service to pet parents, Petco is a category-defining health and wellness company focused on doing what's best for pets, pet parents, and our own Petco partners. In tandem with the Petco Foundation, an independent nonprofit organization, we've helped find homes for more than 6.5 million animals.

 

Submitted February 11, 2021

Practice Name: Tulsa SPCA

City: Tulsa 

State: Oklahoma

Contact Person: Sabrina Darby

Phone: 918-428-7722

Email: sdarby@tulsaspca.org 

Job Description

The Veterinarian is responsible for the daily care of all surgical patients, ensuring all staff member adhere to proper care of patients. Position will include high volume, high quality spay/neuter surgery and occasional vaccination or preventative care clinics. Our clinic is fast-paced, and our hardworking staff is passionate about the Tulsa SPCA's mission.

Title:                   Veterinarian

Reports to:         Clinic Supervisor

Created on:        December 2020

Status:                 Exempt, 40 hours, schedule varies, some evenings may be required and a minimum of two Saturdays per month

Position Summary:

Primary functions include providing the highest quality of veterinary care and client education on a daily basis, performing spay/neuter surgeries, vaccinations, medical assessments and treatments and procedures to improve and ensure the health of Tulsa SPCA animals and animals belonging to members of the public when accessing our public services.

Primary Accountabilities:

Achieve Organizational Results

  1. Direct the veterinary medical care at Tulsa SPCA.
  2. Use/make evidence based medicine, treatments and diagnoses
  3. Stay up to date on current research to provide excellent, prompt and current treatment regimens
  4. Perform spay/neuter surgeries
  5. Perform health assessments on animals and treat same
  6. Perform emergency veterinary care
  7. Develop protocols to ensure a clean, healthy environment is maintained
  8. Work with other staff to develop and implement program goals, objectives and outcome measurements that are consistent with the long-term strategic plan of the shelter
  9. Coach and mentor staff and volunteers on the day-to-day job requirements/expectations
  10. Work with public/staff/volunteers:
  11. Help staff achieve a better understanding of the medical needs of animals
  12. Help staff and volunteers grow in their knowledge of recognizing common shelter diseases
  13. Daily responsibilities and delegations are communicated to appropriate staff
  14. All computer and hard copy documentation is performed within 24 hours
  15. Staff demonstrates appropriate, skilled and humane animal handling techniques
  16. Professional and mutually beneficial relationships with partners are maintained

Staff Leadership and Direction

  1. Work collaboratively with the executive and leadership team to ensure shelter goals are achieved through strategic program planning and management of operational budgets; provide necessary data (statistical and other) for reports in a timely manner, meeting deadlines as required.
  2. Assist in fostering a workplace that results in the development of a high performing team of professionals and staff. Recruit, develop, and inspire a highly effective team.  Ensure that all staff are properly coached and directed, and that clearly defined measurements of performance and rewards are utilized to enhance individual and organizational effectiveness
  3. Assist in selection and management of staff including interviewing, training, planning, review and evaluation, daily oversight and staff training
  4. Resolve conflicts, and ensure that all assistants perform their functions in a manner consistent with organizational policies, procedures, and best practices associated with their respective disciplines.

External Relationships

  1. Contribute to the success of the Tulsa SPCA as a whole. Working with others on executive and leadership team(s); identify, develop and pursue business opportunities that support and/or improve outcomes for Tulsa SPCA departments and services
  2. Assist as necessary with any public relations and community education/outreach activities
  3. Internal Relationships
  4. Promote positive, collaborative relationships between Clinic, Pet Care and other Tulsa SPCA departments
  5. Collaborate with other staff to coordinate training for new hires and volunteers
  6. Work with Clinic Manager and Cruelty Investigator on cruelty cases
  7. Meet regularly with others on the executive and leadership team(s) to review procedures, reports, problems and discuss new strategies.

Compliance and Accreditation

  1. Be currently licensed and maintain an Oklahoma Veterinary Medical License
  2. Must hold a current DEA license
  3. Practice ethical Veterinary Medicine at all times
  4. Comply with the Oklahoma Veterinary Practice Act
  5. Ensure compliance with all regulatory, safety, security and operational standards related to animal care and the practice of Veterinary Medicine with respect to healthcare, daily maintenance, impounding, behavior modification/enrichment and euthanasia - including limiting the practice of Veterinary Medicine to licensed Veterinarians
  6. Work with staff to make sure they are properly performing both veterinary daily tasks for the shelter animals and paperwork/computer aspects of the position
  7. Ensure all animal care services performed through the Tulsa SPCA meet or exceed all best practices and professional standards, and are consistent with client expectations
  8. Stay abreast of current animal welfare issues, regulations, standards, best practices, etc. as well as the changing needs of the community

Stewardship

  1. Act as a principal steward of the organization's resources. Ensure that all of the Tulsa SPCA's resources are utilized properly, legally & ethically, and that all those entrusted to manage or represent the affairs of the organization are properly directed and highly effective.
  2. Uphold the mission, values, and principles of the organization at all times. Ensure all business endeavors and relationships as well as the individual performance of each direct report are consistent with the organization's mission, values, policies and goals.

Primary Tasks and Duties

  1. Perform spay/neuter surgeries (shelter animals and the public)
  2. Perform low-cost, public vaccination clinics as needed
  3. Train and teach staff and volunteers where appropriate
  4. Act as medical spokesperson for the Tulsa SPCA with the media
  5. Perform routine and emergency veterinary medical care
  6. Work with staff to ensure that all duties are carried out

Position Requirements:

  1. Physical Environment
    1. Work is both indoors and outside and can be exposed to heat, cold, rain, snow, ice, and a variety of conditions including humidity and dust.
    2. Travel to area events/locations in year-round weather conditions is possible.
    3. Use of computer, keyboard, telephone, copy machines, and fax machines.
    4.  Will be exposed to animal smells, fumes, chemicals, cleaning supplies, airborne particles, parasites, pests, zoonotic diseases and sharp objects.
    5. Will work with and be exposed to a variety of animals (some may be sick, injured and/or vicious) and animal waste.
    6. Animal bites and/or scratches are possible.
    7. Must be able to lift (to waist height) and carry 50 lbs.
    8. Repetitive movements such as bending, kneeling, stooping, crawling, standing, and other similar activities are required.
    9. Ability to hear, talk, use hand dexterity required. Additionally, specific visual abilities, including close vision and ability to adjust focus is required.
    10.  Noise level is moderate to high.
  2. Education/Professional Experience
    1. DVM degree required with active and current Oklahoma license

NOTES:

Additional Salary Information: Benefits include: health, dental, and vision insurance; 401K; paid time off; short term disability

About Tulsa SPCA

The Tulsa SPCA is a non-profit animal rescue agency in Tulsa, OK. Our mission is to improve the lives of dogs and cats, and their human companions. In 2019, 689 dogs and 438 cats found their forever homes through our organization. We also have a low cost vet clinic that provides necessary medical services to our shelter animals as well as public services - spay/neuter surgery, low cost vaccine clinics, and preventative care clinics 

 

Submitted January 6, 2021

Practice Name: Yukon Hills Animal Hospital

City: Yukon

State: Oklahoma

Contact Person: Cody Kilgore

Email: cody.kilgore@gmail.com 

Job Description

Yukon Hills Animal Hospital is located in Yukon, Oklahoma. Established in 1979, Yukon Hills Animal Hospital has grown and become one of the top hospitals in Oklahoma. Our modern hospital includes complete surgical and dental facilities, anesthesia monitoring, digital radiology, pharmacy, diagnostic laboratory, treatment room, ICU/recovery ward, isolation and general medical wards. It is our commitment to provide quality veterinary care throughout the life of our patients' pets. We have a great team with a fast-paced pleasant working environment. If you are a passionate and caring team player please apply today!

Description

  • Develop a rapport with clients and determine their needs and wishes; perform physical examinations and diagnostic/medical/surgical/dental procedures in a way that will deliver the highest quality care while minimizing patient stress and discomfort.
  • Explain physical examination findings and communicate to the client a diagnosis of the pet's problems; generate and present a treatment plan for the pet to the client; educate clients on preventative health care, including vaccines and appropriate nutritional products.
  • Maintain client/patient medical/surgical records and make certain all necessary logs are kept up-to-date through established protocols; assist colleagues in follow-up and future management of the patient.
  • Stay up-to-date with new medical information and changes in veterinary medicine, attend Continuing Education meetings.
  • Assist in the development of the paraprofessional team to ensure the delivery of the highest quality care and exceptional client service.
  • Positively represent the hospital in the professional community and to the general public.
  • Treat every client like family and each patient like your own pet.

Responsibilities/Qualifications

  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree from an accredited university
  • Licensure in good standing to practice in the state of in which applicant is applying
  • Professional comportment and appearance, with excellent interpersonal skills and a positive, friendly attitude
  • The ability to make decisions and communicate clearly and effectively with fellow team members
  • Respect for and willingness to work with clients and their pets
  • Compassionate team player who can uphold great reputation with clients
  • A commitment to practicing the highest standard of medicine, upholding the veterinary code of ethics
  • Proficiency in surgery a plus

Competitive salary, growth bonuses and a comprehensive benefits package, including:

  • Medical Insurance
  • 401(k) retirement savings plan
  • Continuing Education allowance
  • Professional Liability Coverage

 

Submitted February 19, 2020

Practice Name: Animal Emergency Center

City: Tulsa

State: Oklahoma

Contact Person: Dr. Troy McNamara

Phone: 918-665-0508

Fax: 918-665-7809

Email: troymcdvm@aectulsa.com 

Job Description

Animal Emergency Center, located in the beautiful city of Tulsa, is Oklahoma's ONLY VECCS Certified Facility. We currently have open positions for both full and part-time emergency veterinarians.

Our well-equipped, free standing clinic serves as a dedicated 24/7 ER and trauma facility complete with:

  • full in-house laboratory
  • digital radiography
  • ultrasound
  • Toshiba 16 slice CT
  • flexible and rigid endoscopy
  • dual surgical suite

Work closely with diplomates: ACVIM (Oncology), Ophthalmology, Surgeon (SA)

Position requires:

  • Positive attitude and work ethic, flexible schedule availability including nights/overnights/weekends
  • Applicant must be energetic, self-motivated and proficient dealing with common ER cases, treatments and surgical procedures.

We enjoy mentoring and providing on-site support and training for new(er) graduates! We are always looking for Veterinarians who have completed internship/residency programs or have 2-3 years of emergency experience.

Benefits include

  • Competitive salary, quarterly bonus program              
  • Generous CE allowance
  • Full insurance package (medical, dental, vision, life, professional liability)
  • Retirement (401K with company match)
  • We pay all dues and licenses (state, DEA, AVMA, VECCS, VIN, VetGirl, etc.)
  • Signing Bonus/Relocation Assistance is available
  • Excellent support staff dedicated to ER/CC medicine
  • Support staff to DVM ratio 3:1 (minimum)