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Location: Pomeroy, Ohio
Type: Part Time or Full Time
Preferred Education: DVM or equivalent
If you clicked on the link and are reading this post,
then I'll go out on a limb and assume you're like most.
Tired of reading the same ole ads, only to go to the interview,
and find out, well, it was just bad.
So, let me give it to you straight,
the salary is a better than competitive rate.
The work ain't easy but certainly rewarding;
lots of pushy people, sick animals, and note recording.
Work inside with the small ones
or out on the road with the tall ones.
The hours can be long and tiring
but think of the memories upon your retiring.
Yes we do the same as all the others,
we pay your license fees and give you time off to be with your lovers.
Personal time, vacation stays, and CE pays,
and retirement accounts for your final days.
The perks you get can be customized,
that's no BS ain't tellin' no lies.
The boss is a pilot,
he can teach you to fly.
Wanna have a horse or a couple of cows?
We've got the acreage let me show you how.
Do you like hunting, hiking, and fishing
come join the team and just stop wishing.
If you like what you've read,
by all means please stop in.
The worst that can happen is,
we'll make a new friend.
Please feel free to visit our website at www.theovac.com You may also contact us via email: firstname.lastname@example.org, phone: (740) 444-5898, or fax: (740) 444-5901. Don't forget to ask about the flight instruction details, too!
Self-motivated, independent personality looking to advance their career. Willingness to work and provide a genuine concern about the productivity and profitability of the practice. Good people skills and bedside manners are a must. Mixed animal duties are a plus, but not required. Surgical skills are a must for routine procedures. Most importantly you MUST be willing to have fun and enjoy your job. We love our veterinarians because they love their jobs! If one of your priorities is fulfillment in your job then you should stop in and see us!