Love animals? Like people? Want to help both? There’s a place for you at Humane Veterinary Hospitals! We are looking for a Veterinarian for our Humane Veterinary Hospitals Reading.
As we continue expanding our services for pets and the people who love them, we want to hear from you – as long as you are a qualified veterinarian with a kind heart, outstanding people skills and a great work ethic.
The key responsibilities of a Veterinarian include, but are not limited to:
Diagnosing and treating pets.
Caring for pets.
HVH Reading an AAHA accredited multi doctor hospital with 9 exam rooms, digital radiology and dental radiology. We offer care to the community for sick and well visits, general surgery including dentistry. Pet owners can expect to receive top-notch client amenities and the highest quality care from a well-trained, professional veterinary team.
If you have a positive attitude and drive to make a difference, then we want to cooperate with you for success!
Competitive wages with benefits including: medical, dental, and vision insurance, continuing education allowance, uniform allowance and a generous signing bonus.
40-hour working week, 4-5 day weekly schedule, no after hours or on-call work.
The key skills and qualities of a Veterinarian:
Veterinary practice license in Pennsylvania.
An appreciation for the bond between humans and animals.
Empathetic communication skills.
Spanish-speaking is a highly desirable.
If you are keen on joining this exciting, forward thinking company and taking the next step in your career, then please forward your resume to Lisa Malkin, Director of Veterinary Services at email@example.com
Additional Salary Information: Salary based on experience.
About Humane Pennsylvania/ Humane Veterinary Hospitals
HUMANE VETERINARY HOSPITALS OF AMERICA believes that the best way to keep pets happy and healthy at home is to make sure they have access to high quality and affordable veterinary care. Access to veterinary care is shown to be one of the most important factors in keeping animals out of shelters, and HVH veterinarians help us to provide that care to animals in our shelters, animals after they’ve been adopted, and to your pet, too.That’s why we are proud to be one of the nation’s only networks of non-profit AAHA accredited veterinary hospitals. Humane Veterinary Hospitals of America (HVH) provides veterinary services directly to the public with state of the art, nationally accredited animal hospitals.