Emergency Veterinarian - Fort Collins Veterinary Emergency and Rehabilitation Hospital
Fort Collins Veterinary Emergency and Rehabilitation Hospital
August 24, 2018
Fort Collins, Colorado
Type & Experience Level:
Full Time - One to seven years
Vet Tech / Nurse / Assistant
DVM or equivalent
Are you an EmergencyVeterinarian that's looking for the following:
Loyal and dedicated clients?
An educated and compassionate support team?
Amazing benefits and growth opportunities?
an emotionally intelligent work environment?
a positive work/life balance?
Then look no more! Fort Collins Veterinary Emergency and Rehabilitation Hospital offers all that and more. Send us your resume today!
Fort Collins Veterinary Emergency Hospital was created in 2003, and was initially open only nights, weekends and holidays. In 2008 it transitioned to a 24/7/365 operation. Rehabilitation services were added in 2010, prompting the name change to Fort Collins Veterinary Emergency and Rehabilitation Hospital. Since then, rehabilitation services have grown exponentially, and in partnership with cutting edge emergency services, sets FCVERH apart from other animal hospitals.
What we are looking for:
Full time Emergency Veterinarian
Strong Communicator with leadership skills
Proficiency in Emergency Medicine & Surgery
What we offer:
No negative accrual base salary with bonus production
Incredible benefits package including: paid vacation, health, vision, dental, liability, 401k, pet care discounts
Stipends for relocation, CE, uniforms, licensure
Support as needed for you and your team and a positive work life balance.
If Fort Collins Veterinary Emergency and Rehabilitation Hospital is what you are looking for, we would love to discuss the opportunity for you to join our team!
About Fort Collins Veterinary Emergency and Rehabilitation Hospital
Pathways to Community Inc. (PTC) was founded on the Core Values and Vision, that through Relationships, Service, and Support – we can make a difference in the lives of the individuals we serve every day!
James Kruse, founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of PTC, recognized the importance of relationship-centered supports within the developmental disabilities service field. It was from this principle that the PTC structure and core value system was built. PTC continues to foster a service-oriented environment that promotes independence, growth, and happiness. In order to ensure each individual has every opportunity for success, we have developed what we call the “Path to Success,” a cultural corner stone designed to produce investment and initiate the building of relationships for future stability and growth.
From our person centered approach to our high employee standards, we function out of intentionality so that those we serve receive the highest standard of care.