Do you want to be a horse doctor and still have a good work life balance? We believe that you should be able to have both!
Miamitown Equine is seeking an associate veterinarian to join our team. We are a growing 1.5 doctor large animal practice located in the greater Cincinnati area. Our practice is 95% equine and 5% small ruminant, cattle, and camelid. We are primarily ambulatory, but based out of our partnered small animal practice. We have a wellness-based approach to equine medicine and see patients that range from foals to geriatrics, show horses to backyard pets.
Mentoring is a cornerstone, with frequent interaction and discussion over cases. One doctor at our practice has been a horse doctor for 40 years- if you have a question about it, he’s probably seen it! The other doctor is a more recent graduate who still remembers exactly what it was like to transition from school into practice and and can help with any issues along the way. New/recent grads welcome!
The successful applicant should have a firm knowledge of horsemanship and have excellent client communication skills. We are looking for a long-term relationship with a team player who is both hard working and compassionate.
A fully equipped practice vehicle will be provided, as well as use of digital radiography, ultrasound and power dentistry. On call duties are shared among doctors.
Benefits:• Paid vacation• Continuing education stipend• Membership dues for the AVMA and AAEP• Professional Liability Insurance• Licensing and DEA fees
We are in a great location that is quick to get to from many areas. Do you enjoy city life? We are 15-20 minutes from downtown Cincinnati, with a great food scene and lots of craft breweries all over the city. We also have plenty of career opportunities for your spouse/partner. Do you enjoy country life? You can live on a farm that seems like it is in the middle of nowhere, and still have a short commute to work. We have the best of both worlds!
If you are interested in this position, please send a resume to email@example.com
Requirements:• DVM or equivalent• USDA Category II accreditation• Ability to obtain Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana veterinary licenses