The $110,000 is your base salary, a bonus would be paid if collected fees exceed $550,000, then bonus is paid so salary would be 20% of those collected fees. We have a good average invoice amount, so reaching that goal is possible. We also provide health insurance, 401 K, and after 1 year paid vacation and continuing education. We would pay up to an additional $10,000.00 in relocation costs.
DVM or equivalent
Internal Number: 3308230676
We are a single doctor small animal practice located in NE Ohio, a few minutes east of Canton. We are looking for a second veterinarian. We have a new hospital that opened in 2014, with 4 exam rooms, surgical and dental suites, and full DR radiology. Our support staff is made up of 5 RVTs and several assistants. We do not have high turn over with our support staff, so they know how to help work up a case and help present this to our clients. We feel that education of our clients is important and take the time to evaluate each patient and explain a treatment plan to the client. We have full soft tissue surgical capabilities, electro-cautery and arterial ligation, some orthopedic capabilities, full dental with radiography, rigid endoscopic equipment, ultrasound and radiography, full in house lab machines, and medical therapy laser available to help us provide excellent care to our patients. We expect that our veterinarians will work up cases fully. Our clinic tries to provide this care in a low stress, friendly atmosphere, for the benefit of both our staff and clients.
We understand the importance of time off to refresh yourself professionally and to have time with your family. A flexible, fair schedule is expected.
Full or part time veterinarian to participate fully in a small animal clinic both surgical and medical capability are required. Need good communication and leadership skills.
County Line Veterinary Service, Inc is an exclusive pet animal clinic in rural Homeworth, Ohio, approximately 15 minutes east of Canton, Ohio. We are also less than 1 & 1/2 hours drive from either Cleveland or Pittsburgh. There is good quality of life outside of practice! And the cost of housing is still very affordable. We have a new clinic as of May 2014, and practice high quality, not high volume veterinary medicine. We are active with the OSU veterinary internship program, as well as the internship programs with Stark Tech and Ross College RVT programs. We expect our veterinarians to work up their cases as much as possible. All the veterinarians discuss cases regularly and try to assist each other with diagnostics and surgeries. We have 5 RVTs and several assistants that make up our excellent support staff. We have a strong belief in educating our clients on preventative medicine.