Planned Pethood of Georgia is looking for full time veterinarians to join our highly qualified veterinary staff. We perform high volume spay/neuter surgeries for the public, and spay/neuter as well as additional procedures (amputations, enucleations) for some rescue groups, local shelters, and animals in our foster program. In addition to our Duluth spay/neuter clinic, we have recently opened a wellness clinic in Duluth. We also provide veterinary services on-site six days a week at Gwinnett County Animal Welfare and one day a week at Newton County Animal Control. We have opportunities in spay/neuter, shelter medicine, our rescue medical department and in wellness/public outreach. We need committed individuals to help animals in need as well as the people who care for them. AS A NON-PROFIT WE ARE ELIGIBLE FOR PSLF!
We know that your real passion for pet well-being is why you chose this profession. At Planned Pethood we support the well-being of our staff and all of those that are devoted to this cause. Planned Pethood of Georgia offers a competitive employment package and starting salary in accordance with your experience in this specified area. Our package includes paid time off, medical, dental, vision and prescription drug benefits.
We are looking for highly motivated individuals who share our missions and goals for companion animals in our state. The typical schedule for surgeons is a four-day work week and one Saturday a month at a shelter or vaccine clinic. Additional work-days may be available as bonus pay. While previous high volume/shelter experience would be ideal, any interested candidates with a good attitude and willingness to learn will be given consideration. Mentorship is available. WE WELCOME NEW GRADUATES!! Lets talk about making this position work for you!!
Planned Pethood is rapidly growing and in need of individuals who can help continue the growth of our organization. We hope you consider joining our team.
Active DVM license in good standing with the state board
Ability to stand for long periods and lift up to 50 pounds.
Surgically proficient and efficient or willing/able to be trained to be both
Ability to perform both routine and non-routine surgical procedures (mostly related to spay/neuter) – we do pyometras, in heat spays, early to late term spay-aborts, inguinal and abdominal cryptorchids, amputations, enucleations and some other procedures on an as needed basis.
Most importantly, we are seeking veterinarians who understand that we often serve a population of clients and animals that are unable to seek services elsewhere. If it is within our capabilities, we strive to provide what an animal needs or work with an owner to provide options for the animal’s further care.