We are currently seeking a Full-time Veterinarian in our Dalton location. As well as seeking leadership oriented veterinarians for potential growth opportunities in other areas of Georgia.
National Spay Alliance is a non-profit low cost medical/spay/neuter clinic. Millions of pets do not receive adequate care due to the cost of services. This lack of access to affordable care has created an animal welfare crisis. In rural and lower income communities animals are going unaltered and more animals are being surrendered to animal control agencies and rescues. We are passionate about providing high quality, low cost veterinary care to under served communities, thus reducing the number of animals entering shelters and being euthanized.
National Spay Alliance is currently seeking a full time veterinarian. We are very fast paced, growing clinic located in a welcoming rural community in Dalton GA. The clinic has been providing care to animals in Dalton and surrounding areas for over 5 years. We are just 30 minutes south of the vibrant city of Chattanooga TN and 90 minutes north of Atlanta.
The ideal candidate for this job is self-motivated, has strong communication skills, a good sense of humor, sound medical and surgical knowledge, the ability to build rapport with clients, and a drive to provide quality and compassionate veterinary care. We are looking for someone who is not only wholeheartedly passionate, driven, and eager to make a difference in our profession, but who desires to be a part of something more.
Because our organization is growing rapidly we are also seeking leadership oriented veterinarians for potential growth opportunities in other areas of Georgia such as Savannah and Cartersville. Our goal is to expand veterinary services to pets who are not able to visit traditional full-service hospitals due to affordability or accessibility.
Our schedule allows our teams to maintain a work-life balance. We work Mon/Tues/Thurs/Fri. No weekend work, no on call and no emergencies.
Experience preferred however we welcome new graduates to apply.
Graduate of an accredited school of veterinary medicine or equivalent.
Licensed (or ability to obtain) to practice veterinary medicine in the state of Georgia.
Ability to conduct high quality surgical sterilizations in a fast paced environment.
Must have a valid driver’s license.
Must possess or have the ability to obtain DEA license.
Ability work and maintain composure in a very fast paced and at times stressful environment.
Additional Salary Information: We offer:
- Competitive pay
- Health, dental, vision insurance
- Paid time off (vacation/sick/paid holidays)
- CE Stipend
- Stipend for professional licenses and insurance (GA license, DEA license,
- Stipend per year for professional dues allowances.
- An amazing, passionate team of professionals who love what they do!
About National Spay Alliance Foundation
National Spay Alliance Foundation began in the spring of 2013. It was founded by Pam Pierce and a Colorado veterinarian as Spay Today Mobile Outreach. They both realized the need for low cost spay/neuter services in under served areas such as Kansas and Georgia and decided to create a solution. The gold standard for spay/neuter clinics, developed by the Humane Alliance of North Carolina, was utilized to design a high quality, low cost program. The clinic began as a mobile program that traveled with two surgical rigs, one in Kansas and the other in Georgia. In 2015 we built a clinic in Dalton GA and have plans to expand to other communities in need within the State in the next couple of years.
We offer low-cost, high-quality veterinary options to the community as a whole. Millions of pets do not receive adequate care due to the cost of services. This lack of access to affordable care has created an animal welfare crisis. We educate our communities in the importance of spaying/neutering to control the pet population as well as allowing clients to have their pets seen at the onset of a problem to keep pets where they belong in their home.? We are passionate about providing high q...uality, low cost veterinary care to under served communities, thus reducing the number of animals entering shelters and being needlessly euthanized.