Are you passionate about reducing pet overpopulation while providing quality, affordable services to a large number of pets? If so, then consider joining the team at Planned PEThood of Georgia. We are a rapidly expanding non profit organization in Duluth, GA. We operate a high-volume, high-quality, low-cost spay/neuter clinic, as well as affordable weekend vaccine clinics. We have a growing foster-based rescue to adopt program that adopts around 800 pets each year. We are feral-friendly, with a full-time TNR program, and we manage veterinary services full time at Gwinnett County’s shelter. We also work with several local area shelters to provide spay/neuter services to their adoptable animals.
We are in need of a hard working veterinarian to join our team in Duluth, GA. Job duties include high volume surgery (Monday through Thursday) and wellness clinics (two Saturdays a month) as well as seeing foster patients for our rescue. Surgeries are mostly spay/neuter (including cryptorchid castrations, pyometra spays and late term spay aborts) but some other procedures like amputations or enucleations are done on our foster animals. Familiarity with shelter medicine and high volume spay neuter is important for this role but all interested candidates will be considered. Client contact is minimal except for under special circumstances.
This is a full time position with competitive salary and benefits (PTO, license renewal fees, medical/dental/supplemental insurance). The work week is approximately 40 hours, Monday through Thursday and one to two Saturdays a month. While previous high volume/shelter experience would be idea, any candidates with a good attitude and willingness to learn will be considered.
For more information or to apply, please e-mail questions or resumes to our Medical Director at email@example.com.
Current license to practice as a DVM in Georgia
Ideal (but not required) to have previous HQHVSN/shelter experience
Ability to communicate with and mentor clinic staff.
Ability to communicate with clients as needed and provide excellent customer service when doing so.
Fun-loving with a sense of humor is a must - our staff is professional but enjoy their jobs!
Willingness and ability to adapt to any situation is also important - we do the best thing for the animals in our care!
About Planned PEThood of Georgia
Our Mission Statement: "Helping pets and the people who care for them by providing innovative programs and affordable services that SAVE LIVES"
Planned PEThood believes that affordable, accessible spay/neuter is the key to solving the homeless pet crisis. Through April 2019 we have performed 49,500 sterilization surgeries at our clinic in Duluth, GA.
In addition to our high-volume, high-quality surgery clinic, we offer low-cost vaccination clinics to the public. We also rescue/adopt pets through our network of foster homes, providing premium care for our foster pets at our own clinic.
Our Trap-Neuter-Return program offers trap loans at no charge and special spay/neuter pricing for community cats. We also have a full-time TNR Coordinator and volunteers to provide trapping assistance when needed.
Our contract with Gwinnett County allows us to provide medical care for animals at the county's shelter; we have a DVM an staff on-site 6 days per week.