Turtle Mountain Veterinary Service in Bottineau, ND is seeking FT associate veterinarian for our growing, progressive mixed animal practice. Our practice is 40% small animal, 40% beef cow-calf and 20% equine. Candidate must be comfortable working with cattle, horses, small ruminants, dogs, cats and occasional pocket pets. Our focus is on herd health and wellness care. Client education and excellent customer service are our top priorities. Current staff: 1 FT veterinarian, 1 licensed veterinary technician, 2 veterinary assistants, 1 office manager. Candidate must be willing to share 50% of after-hours emergency on-call duty. Candidate must be willing to work in less than ideal environmental conditions and willing to adapt to a northern climate. Competitive salary. Excellent benefit package including health insurance, professional liability insurance, clothing stipend, CE stipend, ND license, DEA license, and professional dues paid. New 11,000 sq. ft. facility. Structured mentoring program for new grads. Practice equipped with ultrasound, digital radiology, in-house CBC/Chem/Coagulation profile, small animal and equine dental equipment, digital dental radiography, hydraulic chute, hydraulic tip table for bovine foot work, OB chute for cattle, equine surgical/recovery room, equine stocks, hospital stalls for equine in-patients and practice vehicles for ambulatory work. Practice is located in one of the most scenic and largest recreational areas in North Dakota. Enjoy fun in the snow and sun. Visit us on the web at www.turtlemountainvet.com. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 701-228-3075 for more details.
Experienced or new graduates welcome. Candidate must have good communication skills and teamwork attitude. Basic medicine and surgery skills required. Candidate must have good diagnostic ability to handle challenging cases and willingness to learn new techniques or skills. Good palpation skills and basic knowledge of bovine and equine reproduction a plus. Desire to specialize in any area of mixed animal medicine encouraged. Candidate must be willing to share after-hours emergency duty.