Location: Deltona, Florida
Type: Full Time
Salary: Commensurate with experience
Love your career as an Equine Veterinarian but want to enjoy your life outside of the job? Looking for a well-balanced, friendly and supportive work environment where you can treat horses for clients that are genuinely appreciative of your time and efforts? Tired of the cold, snow and ice? Or want to live less than an hour away from the beach, urban life and Disney World while still practicing the medicine you love?
Central Florida Equine is seeking a third Doctor to join their established equine exclusive ambulatory practice. We are located in Deltona, Fl which is 30 minutes northeast of downtown Orlando, Fl. Ocala is less than 2 hours away and allows for easy and quick referrals to several excellent full service hospitals. The practice has been in business for over 30 years and is a well known name in the Central Florida area. We are equipped with digital radiology, ultrasound, shockwave, Class IV Laser, Thermography, upper respiratory endoscopy, PRP, Prostride, stem cell, power dentistry and in-house basic lab capabilities. Our caseload is a nice mixture of top level Sport horses to backyard pets.
The ideal candidate is someone seeking to practice quality medicine with good communication skills and a friendly bedside manner. This individual would ideally be an ambitious and dedicated team member that wishes to fit into our family-oriented practice culture and find a healthy work-life balance. A work vehicle, cell phone and laptop are provided. On-call is evenly shared between the doctors. When you are not on-call and the work day is done, turn off the work cell phone and enjoy your time off! Your appointment schedule can be flexible and catered to your needs and preferences. There is also always someone to call to share ideas and talk over cases with.
An Equine internship or minimum of 5 years of DVM experience in equine pracitce is preferred; however, new graduates are welcome to apply and will be considered for a “Junior Associate” position which would provide a high level mentorship and guidance the first 6-12 months of employment before they become a standard Associate.
Candidates must have a DVM degree, a Florida Veterinary License (or be eligible for licensure), a valid driver’s license, USDA Accreditation (or eligible for accreditation)
Compensation package and benefits are negotiable and based on experience.