We are looking for a veterinarian who is passionate about serving their community:
National Spay Alliance if proud to announce we are opening our second clinic in beautiful Rome GA! Our clinic will be located within the brand new PAWS building, a state of the art animal sheltering facility.
National Spay Alliance Foundation is non-profit, our primary clinic is a high quality-high volume spay/neuter and general medical clinic located in Dalton GA. This new clinic will be spay/neuter only. We are seeking a veterinarian to provide spay/neuter surgeries for public and shelter animals.
We are looking for a full time veterinarian experienced in high quality, high volume spay and neuter for owned pets, shelter/rescue animals, and community/feral cats, including pediatric procedures and additional procedures as necessary.
The Floyd County Commissioners have committed to reducing shelter intake and euthanasia of healthy adoptable animals by instituting a high volume spay/neuter program for it's facility as well as community. We are very excited to be a part of the initiative.
We are passionate about providing care to families who could not otherwise afford services and priority will go to candidates supporting our mission. Experience in spay/neuter surgery preferred.
We are a growing organization in need of someone who is upbeat, self-motivated and passionate about spay/neuter and helping clients and pets receive excellent care at lower prices. If you are looking to make a difference and help save lives, please contact us for an interview.
We offer a work life balance with a four day work week, no weekends, no on call.
Competitive pay and benefits: stipend for health insurance coverage, vision and dental, reimbursement for state license, DEA, professional liability insurance, etc., Dues for veterinary associations and/or organizations, paid time off for holiday and sick leave, continuing education allowance. Help with relocation costs if necessary. Salary will commensurate with experience.
Benefits include: stipend for health insurance coverage, vision and dental.
Reimbursement for state license, DEA, professional liability insurance.
Dues for veterinary associations and/or organizations.
Paid time off for vacation, holiday and sick leave.
Continuing education allowance.
Help with relocation costs if necessary.
Additional Salary Information: We believe in work/life balance our work week is 4 days. No weekends.
If either one of these positions sounds interesting to you please send a cover letter and resume to Kim Ott at firstname.lastname@example.org. Check us out at www.nationalspayalliancefoundation.org.
Responsibilities and Duties
Responsible in making sure Veterinary Staff keeps surgery clean and sanitary.
Perform spay/neuter surgeries on shelter and public animals, including pregnant animals.
Perform spay/neuter, vaccination and microchip clinics and education through NSAF’ Community Outreach Program.
Mentor and oversee Veterinary Technicians.
Ensure medical records in Clinic HQ are complete and accurate.
Responsible for meeting DEA requirements and maintaining current licensure.
Attend staff meetings as needed.
Qualifications and Skills
A DVM degree from an accredited school of veterinary medicine.
A license to practice veterinary medicine in the state of Georgia (or the ability to obtain one).
DEA license or eligibility to obtain one is required.
High quality, high-volume, spay/neuter experience is preferred.
Additional Salary Information: We offer benefits and work life balance with a four day work week.
About National Spay Alliance Foundation
Business Philosophy: Offering low-cost, high-quality veterinary options to the community as a whole. Educating our communities in the importance of spaying/neutering to control the pet population as well as allowing clients to have their pets seen at the onset of a problem to keep pets where they belong in their home. Mission Statement:Our mission is to end the tragedy of euthanasia due to pet over population and homelessness. We fulfill our mission by providing high-quality, affordable and accessible spay/neuter and vaccine services to communities where economic barriers may otherwise prevent pet owners and rescue groups for accessing those services.