Twin Pines Animal Clinic is a small animal practice, currently with 4 FTE veterinarians, rapidly growing to need another full-time and part-time veterinarian. Conveniently located in St. Joseph, Missouri. The city is home to 13 distinctive area museums, 12 annual festivals, amazing architecture listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and the Kansas City Chiefs Summer Training Camp. You’ll also find great outdoor recreation throughout 48 parks, 26 miles of beautiful Parkway, outdoor concerts, and an arts culture unlike any other. We’re also only a short drive to Kansas City and the abundance of shopping, restaurants, and nightlife it offers. Children enjoy a good school system and tons of parks and recreational activities.
Twin Pines Animal Clinic offers:
$10,000 signing bonus
Generous compensation package
Continuing education allowance
Full benefits including: Medical, dental, and vision insurance plan options, short and long term disability
401(k) retirement plan
Our team is enthusiastic, friendly, and well-trained. We practice quality veterinary medicine for appreciative clients and patients. The veterinarians enjoy a generous salary package and flexible work schedule. The owners of Twin Pines Animal Clinic understand the importance of a skilled management team. Our Hospital Administrator and Medical Director work closely with the staff to ensure a safe, fun, and relaxed work environment. We take pride in our professionalism and high standard of care and are looking for others who hold these same values.
About Twin Pines Animal Clinic
Blue River PetCare is a multi-state owner and operator of high quality veterinary hospitals. We are actively seeking to acquire additional practices in a number of regions with a focus on providing quality pet healthcare to our patients and outstanding service to our pet-owner customers. We provide an exit strategy for owners of veterinary hospitals who are looking to reduce the headaches of business and diversify their asset base while continuing to practice or who are seeking to transition their practice as they consider retirement.