Are you searching for rewarding relief work, where you can make a difference? First Coast No More Homeless Pets, in Jacksonville, FL, is seeking relief veterinarians looking to perform fulfilling work by applying his/her skills and experience to a regional mission driven organization that is committed to reducing shelter deaths and improving the lives of people and pets. First Coast No More Homeless Pets is a recognized leader in high quality, yet affordable veterinary services, including a high volume spay/neuter program. You can make a difference in this progressive, non-profit, multi-faceted practice in Coastal Florida.
FCNMHP offers highly competitive pay along with a positive team environment. FCNMHP has excellent opportunities, balancing an industry standard high quality, high volume atmosphere with a wide variety of medical cases. The full service veterinary clinic is equipped with digital x-ray, in house lab, ultrasound, and state of the art equipment. . A dynamic international staff of over 15 licensed veterinarians offers mentorship potential and a collaborative work environment. Our support staff includes an average of 3 technicians per DVM to help facilitate a more efficient flow for doctors. They perform standard technician duties, along with starting records, creating estimates, reading minor in house diagnostics (skin/ears), writing in your prescriptions and inputting common client communications. You will always be on your shift with a minimum of one to three other veterinarians for a more collaborative day and positive experience.
The ideal candidate must be able to multi task in a fast paced environment, and have a positive, professional team-oriented attitude. Excellent client communication and quality of medicine is required. Are you ready to make a difference by contributing to the mission?
The mission of First Coast No More Homeless Pets (FCNMHP) is to end the killing of dogs and cats in shelters in our community, northeast Florida and the nation.We are a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Our multifaceted approach to pet overpopulation includes high quality, low- cost veterinary services, free and low-cost spay/neuter, adoption initiatives, and innovative pet retention services.Our services are comprehensive, and we are committed to reaching those who need our assistance.