Associate Veterinarian – Small Animal - Central MN Are you looking for a Family Friendly, well-established multi-site practice opportunity with unlimited growth? It’s here for you in Central Minnesota: great recreation opportunities (Land of 10,000 Lakes!) and Minnesota is known for its quality K-12 schools. Minnesota Veterinary Associates is seeking a dedicated, enthusiastic professional to join our highly qualified team as a full-time Associate Veterinarian. There are five clinics in the MVA family, each focusing on providing quality preventive medicine and comprehensive medical, surgical and dental care. To join our dynamic and compassionate team our ideal candidate will have strong proven communication skills, be team oriented with a focus in general medicine and surgery. No call. Our Associate Veterinarian will enjoy a range of assets which include: •A loyal and established client base •Supportive and caring team members •Certified veterinary technicians with years of experience •A mentorship/training program to assure success •A wonderful community with great recreational activities all year round
Since 1929, Minnesota Veterinary Associates has provided exceptional compassionate veterinary care to animals of all varieties. With second and third generation veterinarians, you will become part of a heritage of this profession.
The generous benefit package includes: •Competitive base salary – plus production •All licenses paid •Continuing Education •Paid time off •Additional benefits •Relocation expense allowance potential
Candidate must be licensed or eligible to practice in Minnesota. New graduates welcome. Please visit us on the web at www.vetmn.com To apply, email your resume and cover letter to Dave LaVergne, Practice Manager @ firstname.lastname@example.org. Inquiries and questions welcome. Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. Drug free workplace.
About MN Veterinary Associates
Minnesota Veterinary Associates is a full-service veterinary clinic providing complete care for small animals (dogs and cats) and large animals (including cows, horses, sheep, goats, and pigs) to central Minnesota and the surrounding area.