Position Overview Do you dream of having a flexible schedule, creating a schedule for your lifestyle? What if picking up a weekend shift was optional and not required? Would you be excited at the opportunity to develop more intimate relationships with your patients or clients? Are you ready to practice high-quality medicine and truly provide individualized care? Great! We may have the perfect opportunity for you to join our fun, dynamic team!
Location As a mobile veterinarian, we currently serve the greater Chattanooga area, along with North Georgia. Chattanooga has recently been named the “Best in the U.S.” and one of the “Top 10 U.S. Destinations to See”. The city offers hiking, rock climbing, and biking trails at Enterprise South Nature Park or Prentice Cooper State Park. If you are looking for a day trip, you are 2 hours or less from Nashville, Knoxville, or Atlanta.
Practice Overview Claws and Paws offers mobile veterinary services, we even have a full surgery suite! When we meet our patients in their homes, we are able to develop an intimate relationship with our patients. We can provide better evaluations and individualized treatment plans based on their environment, behaviors, and nutrition. For our veterinarians, we provide flexible scheduling and support with a veterinary assistant. You have the opportunity to build your schedule around your lifestyle! Join our close-knit team and revive your passion for veterinary medicine!
What You’ll Be Working On
• Build and maintain client relationships • Diagnose, treat and manage a variety of small animal cases • Perform small animal surgeries • Maintain a positive work environment • Provide education to clients and staff on recommendations and choices in care
What’s In It For You •Paid Time Off •Health Insurance Allowance •No weekends or emergencies- have a healthy work-life balance! •Pet Benefits and Discounts •Bonus- Practice high-quality medicine without corporate boundaries!
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.
Qualifications •Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from an accredited program is required • Be licensed or able to be licensed in the state of Tennessee •Minimum of 2 years of experience required •Ability to drive provided vehicle to and from appointments •Interests in exotics preferred, not required •Demonstrated commitment to continuous learning and personal development •Strong interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills •Highly motivated, self-starter, takes initiative