Veterinarian at South Windsor Veterinary Clinic (South Windsor, CT)
We are seeking a Full and/or Part Time Associate Veterinarian to join the South Windsor Veterinary Clinic in South Windsor, Connecticut. Our hospital is a full-service veterinary medical facility led by Dr. Carole Rose with the mission to provide pets with the highest quality care
South Windsor Veterinary Clinic wants you to enjoy being a veterinarian, be happy, continue to learn and grow, practice quality medicine, and enjoy a great work-life balance, all while earning an attractive salary. Our top priority is our team’s wellbeing, which is why we put special emphasis on flexible schedules. As a veterinarian at Fremont, you will make your own schedule. Dreaming of 3-day work weeks, to be home for dinner every night with your family, or off on the weekends to enjoy all that our area has to offer? That can become a reality here! All staff are eligible for benefits starting at a minimum of 30 hours a week. We are open Monday through Friday, Saturday until 1pm, and closed every Sunday.
There are many other ways we support your wellbeing:
free access to an Employee Assistance Program for counseling and referrals
free access to wellness webinars and team talks with a licensed therapist
100% employer paid short and long term disability coverage
up to 75% employer contribution for health insurance
minimum of three weeks paid vacation and one week paid sick leave
flexible spending accounts for out-of-pocket medical expenses and dependent care
We put our full trust and support in our medical care team to meet medical standards and provide quality pet care. We offer plenty of growth and educational opportunities:
paid CE days, plus course, conference, and travel reimbursement (we fully encourage you to explore emerging programs you are interested in, such as laser therapy, acupuncture, and programs for advancing dental and surgical skills)
mentorship from our network of experienced doctors and leadership team
personal and professional development opportunities
free access to VetBloom virtual CE courses
We offer competitive salaries with multiple compensation models including production salary (paid out on a monthly basis with no negative accruals). You’ll receive a 401(k) plan with employer match, fully paid AVMA and NYVMA memberships as well as license renewals and PLIT. We do offer relocation reimbursement.
More about South Windsor Veterinary Clinic:
The hospital has a wonderful work culture with a caring and dedicated team practicing high-quality veterinary medicine. Our close-knit team absolutely loves animals and the work we do! We love team building activities like axe throwing, laser tag, and more to create a fun and friendly work environment.
About South Windsor, Connecticut: South Windsor is a great place to live and work, with beautiful scenery and lots of great restaurants and activities in nearby Hartford. With numerous nature parks and trails, there are many outdoor activities available in the area. As a town with a rich history, we have museums, historic sites, and preservations to explore! Additionally, there’s many team-building activities available in the area (which we love!) such as the Adventure Park, Puzzle Theory, and the Foster Family Farm. South Windsor is about ninety minutes to Boston and an hour to New Haven and the Connecticut coastline.
In addition to a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree, or similar, your licensure must be in good standing in Connecticut, or you must have the ability to get licensure.Above everything else, the best person for this job is a team player with a willingness to learn and adapt. In our industry, no day is the same and being ready to jump in to assist other team members in the?veterinary setting is crucial.?We look forward to hearing from you soon and welcoming you to our team!
We operate over 46 veterinary hospitals with an unwavering focus on our mission “to take care of the people who take care of our pets.” Our goal is for our practice teams to be happy and fulfilled in their roles, so they can focus on giving the best possible care to their pet patients and parents.