Is quality of life important to you? Would you like to pick your own compensation and benefits package? Then we have just the job for you! Valparaiso Animal Hospital is an independently owned small animal hospital. Currently we are a single doctor practice, but we definitely have the caseload to keep an associate challenged and busy. We are well staffed (7:1) with talented, friendly, and highly leveraged employees. Doctors get to focus on doctor jobs. We are also well equipped (digital full-body and dental radiography, EMR, ultrasound, in-house idexx labs including sedivue and coagulation, electrosurgical unit, tonopen, dental suite, isolation unit, ect.) We are located in lovely northwestern Indiana. Our location affords us a choice of three local emergency rooms (so no on-call). Valparaiso is a great little city which is convenient to the bright lights of Chicago, the hiking and white sand beaches of the Indiana Dunes National Park, local theater or eateries, and low cost of living. We are looking to hire a colleague with a passion for vet medicine and life. Someone who loves to laugh and to make pets feel safe and well. We are offering a flexible compensation package in the region of $100K per year. Benefits can include up to 6 weeks of paid vacation, health/life/dental/liability insurance, 3 day weekends, CE of your choosing (let us finance your professional passion!), sign on bonus, paid moving expenses, ect. I'm 51 years old and need to be thinking of my ultimate exit plan. What do you need in order to thrive? Let's talk! Visit our website also at www.valpovets.com
License to work as a veterinarian in Indiana or able to obtain license to work as a veterinarian in Indiana.
Additional Salary Information: Sign on bonus
About Valparaiso Animal Hospital
Compassionate Care for Your Furry Family Members Valparaiso Animal Hospital is a well-established, full-service, small animal veterinary hospital providing comprehensive medical, surgical, and dental care. We feel that it is very important to offer the best treatments possible for all of our patients, while also to listening to the needs and concerns of the "parents" who care for them.