Predominately equine (75%), large animal exclusive practice seeks a third veterinarian. Located in an economically stable Southern Indiana college town, we serve a diverse and progressive clientele. 75% of our calls are ambulatory, and the remainder are seen at our well-appointed clinic. We offer haul-in facilities, monitored stalls, in-house laboratory, digital radiography, ultrasound, endoscopy, and power dental equipment. These all contribute to the high standard of care that we provide. Our equine caseload includes western show and performance horses, English sport horses, trail horses, and family pets. The food animal portion of our practice consists mainly of beef cattle, small ruminants, and camelids. Equine theriogenology as well as bovine obstetrics figure prominently into the spring and summer caseloads. The variety of patients that we see and the range of services that we provide on a daily basis are some of our practice’s greatest assets. The practice is progressive and always open to new ideas. This environment fosters creativity and resourcefulness in our veterinarians, and also sharpens clinical skills. It also makes veterinary medicine fun! We are looking for a self-motivated, compassionate veterinarian with strong ethics and good communication skills. Expertise in theriogenology would be an asset. Candidates that are proficient in complementary medicine or other services that we do not currently provide are encouraged to apply. Salary will be commensurate with experience. Benefit package will include CE, liability insurance, professional dues and licensing, paid vacation, and use of a practice vehicle. Bonus compensation will be provided for after-hours emergency calls. This position is full time but flexible scheduling and extended leave during slow periods can be considered.
Experience is desired but consideration will be given to recent graduates with a strong equine and livestock background.
We would like to fill this position by the beginning of 2017, but we are willing to allow for completion of internship or residency programs if necessary.