Want to advance your veterinary career? Looking for a position where you can experience some work/life harmony? Spay Neuter Network is seeking veterinarians for our spay/neuter clinics in Fort Worth, and Crandall Texas. Positions can be contract for more flexibility or full-time staff if you prefer benefits.
Staff Veterinarian Fort Worth, & Crandall Texas, Clinic
Spay Neuter Networkis looking for compassionate veterinarian surgeons to perform High-Quality, High-Volume Spay/Neuter (HQHVSN) surgeries for dogs and cats in our Fort Worth and Crandall clinics. Whether you want to learn HQHVSN techniques or are an already proficient surgeon, as the lead veterinarian, you will oversee the medical team, perform surgeries, and provide basic wellness and medical care for patients. We have a high “technician to vet” ratio creating a dynamic and productive environment. The right candidate will have a positive mindset and be passionate about our mission of fixing dogs and cats. Proficiency in HQHVSN is a plus, but we will train the right candidate. No evening or weekend work. The successful candidate will be offered a competitive salary, health insurance, paid vacation and holidays, and an allowance for licenses, membership dues, and continuing education. Vets with all levels of experience, including new graduates, are welcome to apply. Please direct all inquiries to Victoria Cowper, CAWA, Executive Director Victoria.firstname.lastname@example.org
Contract Veterinarian Spay Neuter Network is seeking contract veterinarian surgeons to perform High-Quality, High-Volume Spay/Neuter (HQHVSN) surgeries for dogs and cats in our Dallas, Fort Worth and Crandall clinics. Our contract veterinarians are generally people who are either passionate about nonprofit animal work, are ambitious and want to learn HVHQSN surgical techniques, or are highly-experienced surgeons who simply want a better work/life balance. Want to only work four days a month? Then you have found your new home. In addition to no weekend or evening hours, you have complete flexibility in deciding the days you want to work. We have a high “technician to vet” ratio creating a dynamic and productive environment. The right candidate will have a positive mindset and be passionate about our mission of fixing dogs and cats. Proficiency in HQHVSN is a plus, but we will train the right candidate. Vets with all levels of experience, including new graduates, are welcome to apply. Please direct all inquiries to Tamin Erario, Director of Operations at email@example.com for immediate consideration.
Additional Salary Information: Contract positions are also an option
About Spay Neuter Network
Each year, we conduct more spay/neuter surgeries than any other organization in North Texas. In fact, our surgeons complete more sterilizations in one day than other veterinarian offices do in three months. Last year alone, we performed over 25,000!
We keep our services low-cost and high-quality thanks to our nationally-recognized expertise in the procedure. Thanks to our dedicated staff, volunteers, and generous donors (like you), we’ve been able to help owners in North Texas keep their pets healthy for over 15 years.
Spay Neuter Network’s mission is to eliminate pet overpopulation through spay/neuter, while empowering communities to care responsibly for dogs and cats.
There are an estimated 350,000 stray animals in North Texas. Overpopulation places a strain on our shelters and communities. By offering free or low-cost spay/neuter, and by empowering our communities to care responsibly for their pets, we can be the pet health experts for animals and owners who need us the most.