The Stock Doc veterinary hospital, a mixed animal practice, is seeking a veterinarian to participate in the day-to-day operations of our clinic with the potential to grow into partnership. The Practice opened in 1989 and has increased clientele numbers every year. Every time we get so busy we meet ourselves coming and going for too long, we know it is time to add another veterinarian (and technician and CSR and tech assistant and kennel assistant). Each veterinarian is able to develop their own area of interest at The Stock Doc. We all do everything, but one doctor has channeled her CE into orthopedic surgery and we have invested in all she needs to perform her surgeries, another has a special interest in breeding horses so we make sure she gets to handle as many mare packages as she wants. We are working on getting our large animal minded vet certified in PAP testing, and the doctor who loves soft tissue surgery gets to do all the anal glands, entropions and soft palate resections she desires. We work four days a week and are on call every four or five weeks, and have a technican’s support for every call. We are willing to consider part-timers or seasonal help (Spring into Fall). The clinic is equipped with two great ultrasound machines, digital x-ray, full Idexx In House Lab (we LOVE that we get to show our clients their blood and xray results on our phones!!), surgery and dental suite, Impromed Software, wonderful pharmacy, laser therapy (that we sometimes use on ourselves?), two doctors who do acupuncture, endoscope, digital dental xray, a visiting chiropracter as needed. We have heated toilet seats for the winter too! We are a long way from an emergency/referral clinic, so we get to perform some amazing procedures here. We raise money every year to add to our Critical Care Fund (we have the Fast and Furriest Fun Run) that we dip into every time we have a well-cared for critter whose family can’t quite make the financial jump to save an animal that we KNOW we can fix. It helps our hearts to be able to deliver the medicine that would otherwise be a euthanasia. We work closely with the shelter to keep their critters healthy and we have a spay/neuter voucher program to make this surgery affordable to ANYONE! One of our doctors works with the spay/neuter program of Wyoming that travels around to help control the animal population. We help out the college rodeo program by being their VET ON CALL every year. We started a drive to get POOP STATIONS posted all around town to help with pet waste clean-up. We were Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year this year, and our community involvement is too lengthy to list here. Our team is truly amazing. We have technicians and technicians assistants that are driven to provide excellent care in a gentle and efficient manner. Our owner truly values every individual and wants each team member to continue to grow into any position they aspire to. New grads welcome! Snow birds and part-timers are welcome too! We need more help to be able to provide the high standard of care we pride ourselves on. Benefits: Health Insurance Stipend Long term disability 401(K) plan Paid membership to national, state and local veterinary medical associations Paid state license and state and federal DEA license Vacation Continuing education stipend Great clinic discount for personal pets Skills and Basic Qualifications A Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree from an accredited university Licensure in good standing to practice in Wyoming. Commitment to practicing the highest standard of veterinary medicine and upholding the veterinary code of ethics We are located at the base of the Wind River Mountains, with desert on one side and the mountains on the other. Jackson Hole is 3 hours away, and skiing, snowmobiling, horn hunting, fishing, hunting, hiking, horseback riding, ranching, hanging at one of our many lakes, and all sorts of cool fun stuff to do is easy to find. Except a big city – Casper is the largest big city close to us, and it is two hours away. We refer colics to a clinic in Cody, three hours away, and referral surgeries and medicine to CSU or Salt Lake, 4.5 hours away. Equal Employment Opportunity It is the policy of the company to afford equal opportunities to all applicants and employees regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age non-disqualifying disability or status as a disabled or Vietnam era veteran.
We ask our veterinarians to work 4 days each week, 1 weekend a month, and 1 on call night a week. When you work a weekend, you get an extra day off the week prior and after the weekend.
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We are a very progressive veterinary clinic that strives to place patient care at the center of everything that we do.
Our team includes 4 veterinarians and 5 veterinary nurses / techs