Practice Medicine in a non corporate clinic with no sales goals and a amazing work/life balance
Texas Litter Control
Location: Tomball, Texas
Type: Full Time
Required Education: DVM or equivalent
Salary: $130,000 - $156,000/ year
Healthcare including dental, vision, short and long-term disability
Life insurance policy
State and DEA license
Overview Texas Litter Control is looking for a Veterinarian that would like to work with an established, well-respected practice in Tomball, Texas. The practice is seeking a Full-Time Associate Veterinarian to join our friendly, collaborative team. Experience is preferred, but new graduates are welcome! If you love helping others who cannot afford healthcare, then this is for you! This non-profit practice provides gold standard care to animals, wanting to help as many pets as possible. Your role will consist of providing wellness and preventative care services including vaccinations, treatment of minor injuries, and examinations using digital x-rays. The day shift is 9am – 5pm with a lunch break, and there will be one evening shift a week which is 11am – 7pm with a lunch break. You will be working Monday – Saturday with a day off in between as well as Sundays off. There is no on call and no after-hours. The practice has spacious surgical suites, examination rooms, and a dedicated recovery area, and you will be supported by highly trained and dedicated support staff. So if you love client interaction and client education and want to practice high quality medicine in a fast-paced environment with a friendly and inclusive team, apply today!
Benefits of working for TLC:
No quotas or sales goals
Not corporate medicine
You leave the job at work, amazing work/life balance
Not about the profit...we are here to help the community
TLC is a non profit organization so employees are eligible to participate in PSLF loan forgiveness.
Treatment at cost for employees pets.
Role/Key Duties Full Time Veterinary Care Wellness and Preventative Services including examinations, vaccinations Treatment of minor injuries Triaging patients that need a full-service or emergency clinic Client interaction and education