Petites Annonces


Moncton, N.-B. | Mars 2024

Associate Veterinarian – Moncton Veterinary Walk-In & Urgent Care
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Moncton Veterinary Walk-In & Urgent Care is a part of the Galaxy Vets family, a new employeecentric healthcare system with a mission to give veterinary medicine back to veterinary professionals.

Employees are our priority. We offer competitive salary, incentive compensation, and an attractive benefits package, all intended to prevent burnout and enable you to focus on what you love-providing quality care to pets and their families.

The Position
Essential Job Functions: The following are the essential duties and responsibilities required for this position. The candidate must be able to perform all the following duties and responsibilities with or without reasonable accommodation:

• Performs physical examinations, diagnoses, and treats diseases
• Oversees restraint or immobilization procedures necessary to enable examination
• Collects blood, tissue, and secretion samples for analysis and testing
• Reviews and analyzes pathology records
• Performs routine and complex surgical procedures
• Develops diagnostic and treatment plans for patients based on differential diagnoses developed through complete problem-based assessment
• Transitions patients to overnight care as needed and communicates effectively with referral hospitals in order to ensure continuity of patient care
• Documents patient medical and surgical records with details on all patient exam findings, diagnostics, treatments, medications, client interactions, and tentative and confirmed diagnoses
• Participates in Company’s on-call rotation
• Develops a rapport with clients, understands their desires, clearly communicates exam findings of pet’s problems, presents treatment plans, and educates clients on preventive health care
• Resolves patient care problems, client complaints, and referral partner issues

• Promotes team-first and transparent practices that allow candor and feedback
• Mentors and maintains a healthy hospital culture motivated to excel
• Implements policies relating to the practice of medicine
• Addresses and corrects issues affecting the quality of care provided in the hospital
• Participates in the recruitment, hiring, coaching, mentoring, and supervision of DVMs and paraprofessional staff
• Follows all best practices related to applicable occupational and safety regulations
• Conducts performance reviews and assists in the preparation and implementation of annual developmental plans for DVMs and paraprofessional staff
• Helps identify and plan for upcoming challenges in maintaining hospital operations

• Prioritizes projects and completes them in the order of greatest importance, impact, and alignment with Company targets and goals.
• Aligns with Company’s Core Values: Founder’s Mindset, Sees the Bigger Picture, Always Evolving, Lead with Integrity, Sense of Humor
• Participates in and promotes the Company’s culture, including utilization of the Traction methodology, and attends meetings as requested (whether held during or outside of a hospital shift)

• Reviews and guides the financial and strategic business development to improve hospital profitability
• Proactively monitors financial progress of hospital, analyzes results, and adjusts, if necessary, to ensure all budget goals are achieved
• Participates in the yearly budgeting process, monthly P&L reviews, and discusses weekly financial reports

• Assists in ensuring the hospital complies with the applicable provincial veterinary medical practice act, bylaws, and other applicable regulations
• Provides guidance on ordering of drugs and medical supplies
• Positively represents the hospital in the professional community and to the general public
• Stays up-to-date with new medical information and changes in veterinary medicine and attends Continuing Education meetings
• Performs additional duties as assigned

The Perks
• Participation in the Company’s Employee Ownership Trust proportionate to the number of people participating in the trust and compensation leveling
• Health, Dental, Vision, and other Insurance Options
• Paid Time Off
• Paid annual licensing & membership dues
• Staff Discount
• CE Allowance

The Candidate
● Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from an accredited university
● 3-5 years of experience, preferred
● Licensure in good standing to practice in the province where the hospital is located
● Experience with mentoring and training other DVMs preferred
● Compassionate team player with a positive attitude
● Enthusiastic about sharing your knowledge and expertise with other DVMs and team members
● Proven leadership skills and a desire to build long-term relationships
● Professional-level verbal and written communication
● Commitment to continuous professional and personal improvement for you and your team

● Excellent time-management and delegation abilities
● Ability to work around sick or fractious animals, zoonotic diseases, hazardous materials,
cleaning chemicals, and anesthetic gas
● Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds

Please contact Dr Ivan Zak at for more information.