Exotic Bird Hospital in sunny Jacksonville, Florida has an opening for an associate veterinarian. We are looking for an associate with the ability to handle birds with the care and understanding that is necessary for their well-being.
$90,000 - $110,000 annual salary. Increase your pay and lifestyle and join us today while the opportunity exists. Jacksonville, Florida is ranked in the top cities for quality of life and is only 30 minutes from the beach- providing enjoyable activities and recreation. Our company structures normal work weeks as four day work weeks and every other week is a 3 day weekend.
Our practice has been serving the avian and exotics community for over 25 years and is recognized as one of the best practices in the industry. Our case load consists of 70% avian, 20% small mammal, and 10% reptile, dog, and cat.
Excellent mentoring opportunities from an ABVP board certified veterinarian in avian specialty in the practice setting. We have four full time veterinarians and 1 part time. Our technician team is well trained and knowledgeable.
Our practice has state of the art equipment including a fully staffed lab with 3 in house chemistry machines, culture ability, CBC machine, cytology abilities, sevoflurane anesthesia, digital dental and table radiology, endoscopy, low level laser therapy, point of care ultrasound and electrosurgery system. We are equipped for and encourage full workups of our patients.
Florida license. If you have held an active license in another US state for over 3 years, you have the option to apply for licensure by endorsement. You’ll pay a $605 application fee, and still take the Florida Veterinary Medicine Laws and Rules Exam, but you get to skip your NAVLE score transfer.
The Exotic Bird Hospital is dedicated to excellence in avian and exotic animal care. The hospital opened its doors in 1995 with the purpose of providing full and expert veterinary services for birds. We also specialize in reptiles and small mammals including rabbits, ferrets, guinea pigs, mice, rats, sugar gliders, prairie dogs, pot belly pigs and hedgehogs.