Pet Community Center envisions a world where high-quality veterinary care is accessible and affordable to all animals and families in our community. We envision a future where all pets are happy, healthy, and cared for by people whose lives they enrich. With more than 50% of all surgeries and services subsidized, our services help vulnerable pets and loving families in underserved communities.
Since 2011, we have spayed/neutered 54,000 animals and provided low- to no-cost vaccinations to nearly 60,000 pets. To help us continue transforming veterinary care in Middle Tennessee, Pet Community Center is searching for a compassionate, dynamic associate veterinarian to provide hands-on support for our high-quality, high-volume (HQHV) spay/neuter practice as well as our wellness program, both of which serve thousands of pets and families each year.
Let’s talk about what makes this role special!
– Earn a competitive salary in a nonprofit setting: We offer competitive compensation, in a meaningful environment, based on experience, along with full benefits and $2,000 for continuing professional education
– Enjoy a flexible schedule: Our clinic is open four days a week (Monday-Thursday), with the average day going from 7:30AM to 4:30PM.
– Collaborate on your daily responsibilities: You’ll work closely with PCC’s lead veterinarian on setting each week’s schedule to determine which days you’ll be in surgery and which days you’ll be leading our wellness clinics.
– Learn new skills or sharpen existing ones: PCC is a HQHV spay/neuter clinic, and you’ll receive any training you need; these are surgical skills you’ll carry with you for the rest of your career.
– Practice in our beautiful new clinic: PCC just moved into the Phran Galante Center for Pet Wellness, a 5,400 square foot facility that’s conveniently located to the airport, Donelson, South Nashville, and downtown.
– Leave work at work: We are a limited service practice, and our associate veterinarian is not responsible for responding to any after-hour calls or emails.
Let’s talk benefits:
– Competitive salary based on experience
– 7 Paid Holidays, plus the week between Christmas and New Year
– 100 Hours of Accrued PTO
– Uniform allowance
– $2,000 continuing education (CE) budget, 5 days of paid leave for CE annually
– Competitive medical, dental, vision, and life insurance
– Possible eligibility for Public Service Loan Forgiveness with the potential to eliminate student loans
What are the requirements:
– Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree
– Current TN veterinary license and DEA license (or ability to obtain one)
– APHIS Accreditation (or the ability to obtain)
– Personal values that align with our core values of Compassion, Quality, Trust, and Community