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Veterinarian - Flexibility, job security and the occasional face licking.
Org Name: IndeVets
Relief work, reimagined.
We’re IndeVets. We’ve created a whole new way to vet that combines the freedom of relief work with the stability of an associate position, plus an entire vet-led team dedicated to helping vets thrive.
Here’s how it works.
Enjoy the freedom you want:
Decide when and where you vet. Set your own schedule and choose shifts from our hundreds of partner hospitals. You decide when you work, and when you don’t. For planners, hatch your work plan months in advance. Did we mention full-time starts at just 34 hours per week?
Leave work at work. Never take an after-hours call again. Your free time is me time. In case you’re wondering, you don’t need to ask permission to take vacation either.
Try new things and find your happy places. Explore new medicine and clinical techniques. Choose from a variety of shift types, including GP, surgery, dentals, ER, and more.
Get the stability and benefits you need (and some you want):
You’re part of the team. This is no traditional relief gig. When you become an IndeVet, you’re a W2 employee with benefits, not a contractor.
Work with great hospitals! We only partner with the best. Plus, you’ll review their clinical policies, available meds, and ways of working before your first shift.
Awesome benefits: all the basics, plus more. See below!
Thrive as a vet:
We’ve got your back: We support our doctors 100% because we’re also practicing veterinarians. So whether you need to call out sick or are ready to start a family, we’ve got you covered. No judgment, just support.
Learn and grow. Share SOAPs, rad, x-rays, and more for a second opinion. Our team is connected virtually and shares advice in real-time.
Change the industry with us. We know how you feel and what needs fixing because we’re led by vets. We’ve been there and done that… and that’s why we’re doing this.
But don’t just take our word for it. Here’s what our doctors had to say: https://indevets.com/veterinarians/#videos
Did we mention we offer great pay & benefits?
- Medical insurance with monthly company contribution toward the premiums, Low-cost Dental + Vision Insurance
- Company-paid short-term disability insurance which covers all non-work-related illnesses, disabilities, and injuries
- Low-cost Long-Term Disability Insurance
- Company-paid Life and Accidental Death & Dismemberment (AD&D) Insurance
- Company-paid Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
- Company-paid-time off and unlimited unpaid time off.
- Continuing education allowance (with extra PTO to help)
- Even more $$ to spend on pet insurance, gym memberships, self-care, or whatever matters most to you
- Reimbursement for state license + AVMA membership
- Company-paid liability / malpractice / life insurance
- 401(k) and Roth 401(k)— 100% match up to 4%
- Participation in long-term incentive plan based on length of service
- Profit sharing!
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New York
- North Carolina
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
How To Apply/Link: www.indevets.com/veterinarians
Org Name: Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University
Location: North Grafton, MA
The Recruitment/Outreach Director (ROD) is responsible for the recruitment of a diverse population of applicants to veterinary medicine and related science degree programs, while especially encouraging and increasing well-qualified applications to Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine. The ROD will be the primary person responsible for recruiting all applicants for admission to the school. The ROD will establish and deliver recruitment and outreach programs that support the priorities of Cummings School, with an emphasis on improving the diversity (broadly defined) of our student population (DVM, graduate, advanced clinical trainees).
How To Apply/Link: https://jobs.tufts.edu/jobs/17441?lang=en-us
- DEI is a priority with Tufts University and Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine. The university is actively working to become an anti-racist institution. The Associate Dean for Diversity, Inclusion, Equity, and Climate (ADDI) was established at Cummings School and is charged with leading a strategic plan focused on DEI initiatives. Because the veterinary profession is fairly homogeneous in its makeup, a diversity of students, faculty, and staff is needed to promote critical dialogue, creative learning opportunities, and action towards an inclusive and equitable community. The Recruitment/Outreach Director will play an important role in working with senior leadership to achieve these goals.
- Cummings School has an active Tufts Veterinary Council on Diversity (TVCD) which includes student, faculty, and staff leadership. TVCD provides educational opportunities for our campus to learn about different aspects of DEI and works in conjunction with the ADDI to focus on the development of inclusive and equitable policies and procedures.
- We have recently rewritten our faculty hiring practices in order to focus a lens on the candidate’s DEI knowledge, experience, and intentions if hired.
- All decision-making bodies including faculty search committees are required to go through implicit bias training. and are encouraged to develop a standard rubric for candidate assessment.
- The ADDI is working with the admissions staff and committee in order to examine the student selection process for areas of potential bias.
- We have established specific scholarships for those who are under-represented in veterinary medicine.
- The senior leadership team is comprised of 4 department chairs, the hospital director, 4 associate deans, and the dean. Of these 10 individuals, 5 are men and 5 are women. The ADDI (who is Asian American) is the only person of color on this team.
- Please see this link for specific data across the university, including Cummings School.
- Cummings School has a Mental Health & Well-Being Task Force, which brings awareness of the importance of mental well-being and provides needed resources for students, faculty, and staff. Students are encouraged to contact the TalkOne2One
- Student Assistance Program for mental health concerns and staff can utilize the services of the Tufts Employee Assistance Program. A Wellness Coordinator is employed by the school to work with students, especially in times of stressful events. Mental health counselors are available on campus.
Assistant Clinical Professor of Small Animal Primary Care
Org Name: NC State University, College of Veterinary Medicine
Location: Raleigh, NC
The Department of Clinical Sciences at the NC State University College of Veterinary Medicine is seeking a professional faculty track Assistant Clinical Professor of Small Animal Primary Care.
Position Information: This position requires in-depth knowledge and experience in the delivery of small animal primary care, the ability to teach veterinary students, and the ability to oversee daily service operations. The successful candidate will provide high-quality first opinion medicine, general surgery, and general dentistry. Care provided is expected to be delivered in a manner consistent with the service’s emphasis on positive patient experience and low-stress animal handling. The candidate will be an integral part of the development of curriculum to support clinical training of day-one ready primary care clinicians.
Teaching responsibilities will predominantly focus on the training and assessment of fourth-year veterinary students in the clinical setting. Some didactic and laboratory teaching in topics related to primary care is expected. Additional responsibilities will include leadership and management of daily activities of the service, such as management of the faculty’s clinical schedule, oversight of inventory, and direction of service operations.
The selected candidate for this position will have the following responsibilities: 1) Deliver instruction to fourth-year DVM students during busy clinical rotations to include, but not limited to, clinical procedures, surgical and dentistry skills, and employing the use of low-stress handling. Instruction to be delivered primarily in a clinical setting, with some didactic teaching; 2) Guide the Small Animal Primary Care Clinical Rotation curriculum in collaboration with service faculty. Duties to include, but not limited to, management of the course website, curricular oversight to ensure the clinical experience aligns with the college’s curricular goals, and oversight of student assessments and grading; 3) Organize and lead Small Animal Primary Care Service teams.
Responsibilities to include, but are not limited to, organization of team meetings, creation of faculty’s clinical schedules, and communications with stakeholders; 4) Assist in the coordination of support staff teams to ensure efficient and effective procurement of necessary resources to support clinical activities; 5) Order and help to maintain controlled substances records in accordance with hospital, state, and federal regulations; 6) Serve as the service liaison with the hospital administration and external stakeholders; 7) Mentorship of individual DVM students; 8) Outreach programs and serving on College of Veterinary Medicine committees as time permits; 9) Opportunities to engage in scholarly activities including educational research.
Qualifications: The individual must have a DVM or equivalent degree and must meet requirements for and maintain a veterinary license (or faculty certificate) in the State of North Carolina. Additionally, the successful applicant will have the following skills: 1) Excellent clinical skills, with minimum of 3 years of clinical, dental, and surgical experience; 2) Ability to supervise dental and surgical procedures performed by novice surgeons; 3) Experience creating positive patient experiences and utilization of low-stress practices; 4) Interest in educational design and clinical skills training; 5) Excellent communication skills to include awareness of frameworks for effective communication and conflict resolution; 6) Ability to work with others in a collegial team atmosphere; 7) Ability to lead and manage multiple projects simultaneously in a timely fashion; 8) Computer literacy: working knowledge of common word processing, spreadsheet, and document editing platforms, as well as experience with electronic medical record keeping.
Preferred qualifications include: 1) Experience teaching and/or supervising DVM students in surgical, dental, and clinical skills settings; 2) Advanced degree (MS) or certificate credential in education; 3) ABVP certification in Small Animal Practice or interest in completing the certification process.
Final candidates are subject to criminal & sex offender background checks. Some vacancies also require credit or motor vehicle checks. If highest degree is from an institution outside of the U.S., final candidates are required to have their degree verified at www.wes.org. Degree must be obtained prior to start date.
NC State University participates in E-Verify. Federal law requires all employers to verify the identity and employment eligibility of all persons hired to work in the United States.
How To Apply/Link: https://jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/165772
NC State University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, age, sexual orientation, genetic information, status as an individual with a disability, or status as a protected veteran.
Individuals with disabilities requiring disability-related accommodations in the application and interview process, please call 919-515-3148.