Are you searching for a practice to expand your knowledge and skill-set? Do you enjoy building meaningful relationships with your clients and team? Great! We may just have the perfect opportunity for you!
Our practice is located in Angleton, TX, which is 45-minutes south of Houston. Rich in history and culture, there are so many historical places to explore. Angleton is Brazoria County, which is one of the first counties to gain independence from Mexico in 1836. Here in Angleton, you will find the Brazoria County Historical Museum and the Stephen F Austin County Park to learn about the area's history. Test your bravery and experience a haunted farmhouse, the Fearshire Farm, built in the early 1900. Looking for a family day out? Head to the local zoo to feed the crocodiles, turtles, or other animals!
Angleton Veterinary Clinic is a small animal practice led by Dr. Sherry D. Clark. Our focus is on providing quality patient care and achieving top-notch client satisfaction. We use advanced technologies and techniques, which, coupled with our team’s passion and knowledge, makes us the area leader in veterinary service. We are proud to have Dr. Kristen Jacobs, a 2023 Ross alumni on staff as our associate.
What You’ll Be Working On
Run cases from start to finish, which includes engaging and building relationships with both clients and patients—plus you’ll have the support from our VT or DVM!
Unique in-person hands-on experience
Assist in the diagnostics and treatments of a variety of small animal cases
Maintain a positive work environment
Currently enrolled in a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from an accredited program required
3rd or 4th year student preferred
Highly motivated, with a desire to learn
Strong interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills
Demonstrated compassion for patients and clients
Ability to collaborate and work within a team environment
What’s In It For You
Paid Externship Hours
Future Employment Opportunity
DVM Mentor Network
1:1 Mentorship and Guidance
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status, or other characteristics