Competitive pay plus production-based bonuses
• Subsidized health and dental insurance
• Employer matched retirement
• Three weeks vacation
• Professional dues/licensing/continuing education reimbursement
• Up-to-date technology and well-maintained equipment
• Four-day workweek standard
• No on-call or after hour emergencies
• Willing to mentor the right person
DVM or equivalent
Fox Run is an independently owned small animal hospital that provides exceptional veterinary care using state-of-the-art technology, well-maintained equipment, and the most current and effective medical procedures. We are team oriented and provide on-going training and feedback to our support staff to ensure they provide efficient assistance to our veterinarians, exceptional medical and surgical care to our patients, and up-to-date education to their owners. Our reputation for excellence has resulted in a steadily expanding clientele so we are seeking an associate veterinarian to join our team, which currently consists of 2 doctors, 4 technicians, 2 receptionists, 3 assistants and a dedicated human resource manager.
We are located in an affluent, rural area known for horse enthusiasts. Although Fox Run is named in honor of our horse-handling neighbors, we treat small animals, pocket pets, and some exotics. Our schedule is designed to offer urgent care for our area and our intent is to increase this much-needed service along with providing customary medical care and patient education.
The associate veterinarian salary is designed to reward excellence. The base salary for this position is $100,000 per annum with the ability to earn that much or more in production-based bonuses with no negative accrual. A skilled, motivated physician can expect to earn $150,000-200,000/annum in the first year of employment. Benefits include 3 weeks of vacation, employer subsidized health/dental insurance and retirement, as well as professional dues/licensing/continuing education reimbursement. We also offer a 4-day workweek with no weekends, after-hour or on-call assignments.
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM/VMD) or equivalent
Current License in good standing in the State of Michigan (or eligible to obtain)
State Controlled Substance (SCS) License (or eligible to obtain)
Federal Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) License
Current Driver’s License without encumbrances
General practice experience preferred
Urgent care/emergency experience desired
Physically perform the body mechanics of assigned work duties
Fox Run Animal Hospital is located in an affluent, rural area known for horse enthusiasts. Although Fox Run is named in honor of our horse-handling neighbors, we treat small animals, pocket pets, and some exotics. Our schedule is designed to offer urgent care for our area and our intent is to increase this much-needed service along with providing customary medical care and patient education.