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||Animal Care Clinic Inc.
11 W. Horizon Ridge Pkwy.
||Henderson, NV 89012
Exceptional opportunity to practice quality medicine. New graduates or experienced veterinarians are welcome. The ideal candidate will have a desire to mentor and collaborate with colleagues. As a privately owned company we offer:
State-of-the-art modern diagnostic equipment.
Facilities with a convenient layout, designed with veterinarians and staff in mind.
Personal Assistants that work with veterinarians to maintain consistency and flow.
Five day workweek.
High base salary (Based on experienced), benefits package, and relocation allowance.
Team of experts that work with one another to provide the best possible client and pet care.
Multi-task and direct staff in order to handle a large volume of patients and clients.
Maintain knowledge of new developments in the field by reading journals and attending continuing education.
Diagnose, treat, and research medical conditions and diseases in animals.
Treat and dress wounds.
Operate medical equipment, such as x-ray machines.
Perform laboratory procedures and diagnostic tests.
Train and supervise staff members.
Examine animals to detect and determine the nature of diseases or injuries.
Formulate treatment plans.
Treat sick or injured animals by prescribing medication, performing surgery, dressing wounds or providing other therapies.
Vaccinate animals against various diseases.
Humanely euthanize animals.
Document actions by completing forms, reports, and patient charts.
Skills and Abilities
Handle stress and pressure with poise and tact.
Computer skills in order to obtain and enter client information and diagnostic tests.
Ability to maintain strict confidentiality regarding clients and patients for whom the practice provides veterinary services.
Perform tasks without supervision.
Answer client questions and provide education on various aspects of animal care.
Frequently required to bend, stand, and walk.
Frequently use agility to restrain active animals.
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
License in good standing with state veterinary board.
Send letter of intent and resume to email@example.com
CAPNA MENTORSHIP PROGRAM
Program: Months 1-12
Overview of Program
The CAPNA Mentorship Program has been developed to assist young veterinarians with the transition to private practice veterinary medicine during their first year at a CAPNA hospital.
In an effort to take advantage of the unique design of CAPNA, and the many talented veterinarians spread across the country, the CAPNA Mentorship Program was designed to have 2 components:
• Local / On-site Mentor:  A more time-intensive, hands-on mentor adhering to a more structured program.  Designed to be a senior veterinarian present at the workplace alongside the mentee.
• Long-Distance / Offsite Mentor:  A more casual mentor, available by phone for advice / assistance without a structured curriculum.  The Long Distance mentors will be volunteers from other CAPNA hospitals, assigned by a “Long Distance Mentor Coordinator” at CAPNA from a pool of volunteers.  It is believed that this resource could provide new graduates with an opportunity to discuss situations in a confidential manner that may be uncomfortable to discuss with their local / on-site mentor
Although a hospital is more than welcome to use only one of the above mentoring services, the program has been developed with the use of BOTH local and long-distance mentorship for each mentee in mind.
We would like to direct interested parties to our website at www.capna.com and our Veterinary Mentorships can be found under our Opportunities tab.