East Valley Arizona Relief Veterinarian
Are you a New Graduate, DVM, semi-retired, or a veterinarian who simply enjoys the experience of working in a relief capacity? If so, we are looking for a veterinarian who possesses a friendly and engaging personality that can deploy exceptional interpersonal skills with both clients and members of our East Valley hospitals. We are seeking a veterinarian committed to delivering high quality medicine while simultaneously focusing on exceptional client service.
This is an amazing opportunity for an experienced Veterinarian who seeks excitement and is open to new adventure. Ideally we are looking for a Veterinarian with at least 3 years’ experience who would be able to commit to a 3 month placement. After the 3 month placement, an extension either in the current location (if you love it!) or at another one of our small animal hospitals would be arranged.
NVA owns over 25 general practices throughout Arizona, so a big part of this position is flexibility in regards to schedule and location of practice. This is a unique position that offers a tremendous amount of growth and flexibility.
As a Relief DVM with NVA, you will be well supported by an experienced and caring team of certified veterinary technicians and other compassionate veterinary professionals. We offer competitive rates, paid relocation and/or travel allowance, and paid AZ Veterinary Licensure.
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About our company:
National Veterinary Associates (NVA™) is the one of the largest private owners of freestanding veterinary hospitals in the United States.
NVA owns over 600 companion animal veterinary hospitals in over 41 states, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. We have over 7,000 veterinary professionals that improve the well-being of patients by providing progressive and compassionate veterinary care. The NVA family includes many specialty hospitals in addition to several pet boarding sites and continues to expand its service offerings.
We pride ourselves on our mission, and core values of innovation, teamwork, goal orientation, integrity, and service excellence. Though NVA has grown a lot since it started in 1996, we maintain a commitment to service excellence. Our dedication to innovation depends on everyone being comfortable sharing ideas and opinions. Every employee is passionate about their role and has a team-oriented attitude. As we continue to grow, we seek those who demonstrate these values and who share a commitment to instilling progressive and compassionate veterinary care.