Gimli Veterinary Services is a small animal practice just 45-minutes North of Winnipeg, serving the Interlake for over 25 years!  Our goal is to create the best practice we can by providing gold standard service, educating, and guiding our clients to decide the best outcome for their animals.  Our team members are locally involved in supporting our communities.  We provide training and education to our staff so we can have a safe, fun work environment.  We live by this and our business is growing!

As our ideal candidate, you have:
• Valid DVM License in Manitoba
• Strong sense of judgment including low-stress handling techniques
• Optimistic attitude and future-focused, willingness to grow

We offer:
• Flexible schedule (open 7 days per week, no on-call)
• Health benefits
• Paid dues and CE
• 120 hours vacation time after 1 year employed
• Fear Free Certification
• Staff Credit & Discount
• Excellent support team
• Uniforms
• Annual Footwear Allowance
• Annual Wellness Benefit

Our Veterinarians and staff are passionate about veterinary medicine, continuous learning, and client service – and we are on the lookout for those attributes in our candidates.  We have full-time and part-time Associate DVM positions available.  Please send your resume to  gvs.admin@mymts.net   We look forward to hearing from you!

 



Are you looking for the perfect blend of country life with easy access to city amenities? Virden is a three-hour drive on the Trans-Canada east to Winnipeg or west to Regina, or one short hour drive to Brandon.  Our back yard is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream and Virden is a busy community, 3,300 people strong, with a full slate of amenities.

We’re hiring a mixed animal veterinarian to join our team. During business hours, mixed veterinarians may choose to specialize in companion pets, large animal, or equine practice, however flexibility for afterhours, handling all species of animals, is desired.

We are a well-equipped, progressive, mixed animal, full-service facility that is 50% bovine and small ruminant, 30% small animal and 20% equine.

Recent grads are encouraged to apply – mentorship available.

Our ideal candidate is a team player who enjoys dealing with people and can work independently. Strong communication, problem solving and listening skills are beneficial.

We offer:
• Work-life balance
• Above average compensation
• Extended health care benefits
• Paid MVMA and CVMA dues
• CE allowance
• Signing/Performance Bonus
• Matching RRSP contributions
• Generous employee discounts

Interested applicants must be able to be registered as a veterinarian in Manitoba.

Check us out at  www.virdenanimalhospital.ca or on Facebook.

We invite you to contact Sandy at 204-748-3950 or sandy@virdenanimalhospital.ca with any questions you may have and to apply.



SENIOR VETERINARIAN – FULL TIME
WINNIPEG HUMANE SOCIETY

The Winnipeg Humane Society is offering a unique and rewarding opportunity for an experienced DVM to fill a full-time position as our Senior Veterinarian.

This leadership role will allow you to experience the rewards of shelter medicine and community veterinary support while being a mentor, offering excellence in veterinary services, being a key team member and helping the WHS Clinic to maximise the use of resources and enhance positive community impact.

Who we are: The Winnipeg Humane Society is one of the most established and most progressive animal welfare organizations in Canada. Our mission is to protect all animals from suffering and to promote their welfare and dignity.

What you will be doing: Reporting to the Director of Veterinary Services, the successful applicant will help lead a team of 3 veterinarians, 8 RVTS and the rest of the dedicated clinic staff. This job is diverse and fast-paced with a lot of variety and opportunity for growth within the career. We offer excellence in veterinary medicine for animals in our care, pets belonging to low-income community members and pets living in remote areas of Manitoba. The WHS performs over 7000 surgical procedures a year (spay/neuter, soft tissue, dentistry, orthopedic) and surgery is only half of what we do. We have in house digital radiography, digital dental radiography, in house CBC/CHEM machine, Tono-pen, 3 surgical suites and a dental suite. We treat dogs, cats and exotics with a Fear Free approach, individual consideration, and maximise humane outcomes.

Leadership: This senior position is responsible for mentoring the clinic staff, overseeing day to day flow within the clinic and shelter, communication with the rest of the shelter team, contributing to clinic medical protocols, training staff, overseeing students/volunteers, client communication, contributing to clinic program development, filling in for the duties of the Director of Veterinary Medicine when needed.

Veterinary Medicine: Providing expertise in the art of Veterinary Medicine. The case load is high and varied.  The successful candidate will be experienced and confident in small animal soft tissue surgery, dentistry and shelter medicine. Skills in orthopedics would be beneficial.  The Senior Veterinarian will be expected to provide expertise in more complicated medical and surgical cases and be knowledgeable in shelter medicine. The Senior Veterinarian will also be willing to participate in off-site veterinary clinics in underserved and remote communities of Manitoba.

Collaboration: The WHS Senior Veterinarian will work closely with the rest of the clinic team as well as the WHS shelter staff to provide capacity for care, community support, and to contribute to meeting the strategic goals of the organisation

What you will bring:
• Your excellent surgical skills, dentistry and shelter medicine skills
• Your excellent leadership, teaching and communication skills
• Your enthusiasm and commitment to mentorship and working in a fun, fast-paced environment focusing on Fear Free handling, community support and animal welfare
• Your desire to collaborate and be part of the team

What we’re looking for:
• Valid DVM license with the MVMA (or eligible to be licensed)
• Strong team member with a passion for shelter medicine and a desire to lead and mentor
• Expertise in shelter medicine, small animal surgery and dentistry
• Exceptional communication skills and commitment to a high ethical standard

The benefits of working at WHS:
We value veterinarians and prove it by supporting your personal, financial, and professional growth:

• Continuing Education (CE) allowance of $2000, training/growth opportunities
• Extended Group Benefits Package (Medical, Dental & Vision)
• Employee Assistance Program
• RRSP Matching Contributions
• Limited on call and weekend work
• Mentorship/guidance and support
• Paid Licensing & Membership dues
• Professional Liability Insurance coverage
• Group Insurance Benfits
• 3 weeks paid vacation time
• Generous Veterinary discounts
• Uniforms are provided
• Competitive compensation based on experience
• A 4 x 10 hour work week

How to Apply:
Send resume and cover letter and salary expectations to:

Dr. Gina Bowen, Director Veterinary Service, Winnipeg Humane Society
ginab@winnipeghumanesociety.ca



FULL-TIME PROVINCIAL COMMUNITY OUTREACH VETERINARIAN:

In 2022, the Province of Manitoba and Winnipeg Humane Society have joined forces to develop a new One Health Veterinary Outreach Program to serve underserved and remote communities in Manitoba. A unique and rewarding opportunity for an experienced veterinarian to fill a full-time position as our Provincial Community Outreach Veterinarian.  This one-of-a-kind role will allow you to venture outside a traditional clinic setting and to serve the needs of people and pets through community medicine. This role will inevitable have a huge positive impact on both human and animal lives throughout Manitoba by providing affordable access to veterinary care to underserved/remote communities by utilizing a One Health approach. Leading the first ever One Health Initiative you will use your professional skills and expertise to achieve community wide wellness and long term, lasting change.

WHAT YOU WILL BE DOING: 

This one-of-a-kind position will be dedicated toward building a new One Health Outreach Program providing access to veterinary care to underserved communities and remote Manitoba as part of expanding our One Health Program in partnership with the Province of Manitoba.  Your responsibilities in developing the Program in Year 1 will include:

  • Leadership – Provide leadership in the establishment and development of a community based Manitoba Veterinary Outreach Program in Manitoba through active engagement and invitation of key partners.
  • Strategic Planning – Provide support to the development of the strategic framework for which the Veterinary Outreach Program shall conduct their repeatable and sustainable approach to increase access to Veterinary Care (i.e. who, what, when, how).
  • Veterinary Medicine – Implementation of the Manitoba Veterinary Outreach Program beginning with community engagement and followed with implementation of One Health & Welfare 1) Veterinary Care Program and 2) Veterinary Volunteerism Curriculum Program.

Veterinary clinical duties will include travelling to remote communities in Manitoba year-round and providing veterinary care including vaccinations, parasite control, and sterilisation of companion animals to promote human health and safety and prevent zoonotic disease transmission. Based on each communities unique needs you will be able to develop and deliver a variety of animal related educational programs to strengthen local engagement and promote animal welfare.

The successful applicant with also provide on site veterinary services at the Winnipeg Humane Society’s Winnipeg location to animals from these remote communities as well as provide services to veterinary outreach wellness clinics, off site within the city of Winnipeg. The successful applicant will work closely with highly respected partners including, the Director of Veterinary Services, One Health Coordinator and Grants Specialist, the Community Outreach RVT and other veterinarians, RVTs, assistants, and staff and volunteers at veterinary clinics and at the Winnipeg Humane Society.

Our organization, mission, and culture: The Winnipeg Humane Society is one of the most established and most progressive animal welfare establishments in Canada. Our mission is to protect all animals from suffering and to promote their welfare and dignity.  We are a community service based organization and value our generous partners and hardworking volunteers united in the belief that every animal should be treated humanely.

BENEFITS OF JOINING OUR TEAM:  We value veterinarians and prove it by supporting your personal, financial, and professional growth.

  • Competitive and generous compensation based on experience
  • Continuing Education (CE) allowance up to $2000 and training/growth opportunities
  • Mentorship/guidance and support
  • No on call
  • Flexible 4 x 10 hour work week
  • Paid Licensing & Membership dues
  • Professional Liability Insurance coverage
  • 3 weeks paid vacation time
  • Generous veterinary discount on all owned pets
  • Uniforms provided
  • Extended Health Benefits Package (Medical, Dental & Vision)

Employee Assistance Program

  • All job travel and accommodation expenses fully covered

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: The ideal applicant will have the following:

  • Valid DVM license with the MVMA (or eligible to be licensed)
  • The applicant will need to be prepared to travel outside Winnipeg, within Manitoba up to 2 weeks a month.
  • At least 3 years of small animal surgical experience
  • Competency performing high volume spays/neuters
  • Able to perform the Art of Veterinary Medicine in temporary clinic settings that meet PIPS standards but will not offer all the equipment and comforts available at most typical clinic settings.
  • Team leadership/management skills
  • A willingness and being physically able to travel outside of Winnipeg up to 2 weeks a month. Travel will involve driving long distances (some communities are 8-10 hours drive from Winnipeg) on gravel/winter roads and flying in small planes to remote communities in Manitoba. Physically able to perform high volume spay/neuter surgeries for a full day multiple days in a row
  • Valid Manitoba driver’s licence
  • Strong community outreach skills
  • Understanding of Reconciliation and Indigenous culture

 

If you are interested in making real change and leading the first ever Provincial Community Outreach Program, we would love to speak with you to discuss this fantastic opportunity!

Please send your Curriculum Vitae and cover letter addressing position specific competencies to:

Dr. Gina Bowen, DVM, ginab@winnipeghumanesociety.ca ; 204-982-3553

We thank you for your interest in this exciting opportunity!

   



Henderson Animal Hospital is a 3-doctor practice looking for a full-time veterinarian to join our growing team! We are looking for an energetic, positive individual. Our hospital is equipped with digital x-ray, laser therapy, IDEXX in-house analyzers, digital dental x-ray, ECG and ultrasound. We are a small animal practice that sees cats, dogs, ferrets, rabbits, rats, hedgehogs, chinchillas and more!

This position includes benefits, employee discounts, paid MVMA fees, RRSP contributions and much more! We are open Monday-Saturday and are closed Sundays and Stat holidays.

 



Employer: Centennial Animal Hospital
Position: Associate Veterinarian
Terms of Employment: Permanent / Full Time
Location: Winnipeg, MB
Employment Address: 2747 Pembina Hwy, Winnipeg, MB, R3T 2H5
Hours of Work: 36 hours/week
Language: English

Benefits:
-Eligible for discretionary bonuses and increases in salary;
-Eligible for accommodation expenses, and relocation expenses;
-Paid vacation/sick leave, Continuing Education (CE) allowance, VIN membership, annual licenses paid;
-Dental Benefits, Extended Medical insurance;
-Employee Assistance Program;
-Vision Care;
-Generous pet policy;
-Access to network of over 1,000 veterinarians
-Malpractice insurance
-Signing bonus

Salary: $90,000 / year

Contact: please send resumes to careers@vetstrategy.com and include “Centennial Animal Hospital” in email subject line.

Duties:
-Perform routine therapeutic procedures
-Perform Veterinary surgery
-Responsible for patient records management
-Post-operative observation
-Accurate client billing
-Participate in continuing education matters
-Examine animals and diagnose problems or diseases through physical examinations or laboratory tests
-Diagnosing and prescribing medication to sick or injured animals
-Consult with pet owners about preventive healthcare; and carry out medical and surgical procedures, such as vaccinations, dental work, and fractures.
-Perform routine surgeries and handling emergency cases
-Consulting clients on hygiene and general care of their pets. Exemplary skills to work with colleagues, clinic staff, pet parents and community
-Provide a range of veterinary services including obstetrics, and euthanasia
Offer general wellness and vaccinations, nutrition, and weight management programs.
-May enforce government regulations in disease control and food production.
-Keeping up with the flow of the clinic and meeting expected appointment times
-Expected to attend ​monthly DVM and all other team meetings, and contribute ideas and feedback at the meetings that will help with the health of the clinic and patients

Requirements:
-4-5 year university degree in veterinary medicine (as well as any required pre-veterinary studies for the university program, if applicable)
-Completion of national certification examinations or equivalent are required.
-Provincial Licensing in Manitoba is required or ability to obtain
-Passion for what you do every day! Enthusiasm, energy, and a positive attitude are a must
-A strong desire to educate and build solid relationships with clients
-Solid communication skills, both when dealing with clients and interpersonal relationships
-Ability to work evenings and weekends

 



Transcona Veterinary Hospital looking for a Full time Associate Veterinarian

Position: Full time Associate Veterinarian for a privately owned Small Animal Practice.

The salary package will include a generous CE allowance, with a strong support for special interests and an exceptional benefits package including association dues.

Overview: We are a 100% Small Animal Practice seeking an Associate Veterinarian to join our team in January 2023.

Our focus is on providing the best customer service and patient care. This practice has been proudly serving Winnipeg’s communities since 1988 and is a well-established referral clinic for orthopedics, ophthalmology, endoscopy and chemotherapy.

Our team thrives on perpetually learning new technology and methods to treat our patients. We are currently staffed with 6 Veterinarians, supported by a highly skilled team of 7 Registered Veterinary Technologists, 5 Animal Health Assistants and 4 Receptionists to support our clientele and the high volume of referral cases.

We are equipped with an in-house lab, digital x-ray unit, digital dental radiography, endoscope and ultrasound.

The candidate we are seeking will possess the following:

-Licensed to practice in the province of Manitoba
-Demonstrate commitment to continuous learning and personal development
-Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills
-Build, maintain client relationships and provide continuity of care
-Perform surgery, anesthesia, dentistry and general radiology

Benefits:

-Competitive salary with production incentive
-Exceptional benefit package
-Generous CE allowance
-Paid MVMA dues and VIN membership

With our varied case load the right candidate has the opportunity to gain knowledge and experience in a wide range of special interests in the advancement of their career.

Contact: Sharon Topnik at 204-222-5251 or Email: trvh@shaw.ca



Employer: Catrysse Veterinary Services
Position: Associate Veterinarian
Terms of Employment: Permanent / Full Time
Location: Winnipeg, MB
Employment Address: 3234 Portage Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3K 0Y9
Hours of Work: 40 hours/week
Language: English

Benefits:

•Eligible for discretionary bonuses and increases in salary;

•Eligible for relocation expenses;

•Eligible for RRSP;

•Eligible for Dental and Vision coverage;

•Paid vacation/sick leave, Continuing Education (CE) allowance, VIN membership, annual licenses paid;

•Medical insurance;

•Generous pet policy;

•Access to network of over 1000 veterinarians

•Malpractice insurance

Salary: $98,000 CAD/year

Contact: please send resumes to careers@vetstrategy.com and include “Catrysse Veterinary Services” in email subject line.

Duties:

•Perform routine therapeutic procedures

•Perform Veterinary surgery

•Responsible for patient records management

•Post-operative observation

•Accurate client billing

Participate in continuing education matters

•Examine animals and diagnose problems or diseases through physical examinations or laboratory tests

•Diagnosing and prescribing medication to sick or injured animals

•Consult with pet owners about preventive healthcare; and carry out medical and surgical procedures, such as vaccinations, dental work, and fractures.

•Perform routine surgeries and handling emergency cases

Consulting clients on hygiene and general care of their pets. Exemplary skills to work with colleagues, clinic staff, pet parents and community

•Provide a range of veterinary services including obstetrics, and euthanasia

•Offer general wellness and vaccinations, nutrition, and weight management programs.

•May enforce government regulations in disease control and food production.

•Keeping up with the flow of the clinic and meeting expected appointment times

•Expected to attend ​monthly DVM and all other team meetings, and contribute ideas and feedback at the meetings that will help with the health of the clinic and patients

Requirements:

•4-5 year university degree in veterinary medicine (as well as any required pre-veterinary studies for the university program, if applicable)

•Completion of national certification examinations or equivalent are required.

•Provincial Licensing in Manitoba is required or ability to obtain

•Passion for what you do every day! Enthusiasm, energy, and a positive attitude are a must

•A strong desire to educate and build solid relationships with clients

•Solid communication skills, both when dealing with clients and interpersonal relationships

•Ability to work evenings, and weekends



Employer: Bridgwater Veterinary Hospital & Wellness CentrePosition: Associate VeterinarianTerms of Employment: Permanent / Full TimeLocation: Winnipeg, MBEmployment Address: 100-350 North Town Road, Winnipeg, MB R3Y 0Y4Hours of Work: 32 hours/week (hours may fluctuate depending on the nature of the business and role)Language: EnglishBenefits:•Eligible for discretionary bonuses and increases in salary;•Eligible for transportation costs, and relocation expenses;•Paid vacation/sick leave, Continuing Education (CE) allowance, VIN membership, annual licenses paid;•Extended Medical insurance;•Generous pet policy;•Access to network of over 1000 veterinarians•Malpractice insurance•Signing bonusSalary: $87,000 / yearContact: please send resumes to careers@vetstrategy.com and include “Bridgwater Veterinary Hospital & Wellness Centre” in email subject line.

Duties:•Perform routine therapeutic procedures•Perform Veterinary surgery•Responsible for patient records management•Post-operative observation•Accurate client billing•Participate in continuing education matters•Examine animals and diagnose problems or diseases through physicalexaminations or laboratory tests•Diagnosing and prescribing medication to sick or injured animals•Consult with pet owners about preventive healthcare; and carry out medical and surgical procedures, such as vaccinations, dental work, and fractures.•Perform routine surgeries and handling emergency cases•Consulting clients on hygiene and general care of their pets. Exemplary skills to work with colleagues, clinic staff, pet parents and community•Provide a range of veterinary services including obstetrics, and euthanasia•Offer general wellness and vaccinations, nutrition, and weight management programs.•May enforce government regulations in disease control and food production.•Keeping up with the flow of the clinic and meeting expected appointment times•Expected to attend monthly DVM and all other team meetings, and contributeideas and feedback at the meetings that will help with the health of the clinic and patientsRequirements:•4-5 year university degree in veterinary medicine (as well as any required pre-veterinary studies for the university program, if applicable)•Completion of national certification examinations or equivalent are required.•Provincial Licensing in Manitoba is required or ability to obtain•Passion for what you do every day! Enthusiasm, energy, and a positive attitude are a must•A strong desire to educate and build solid relationships with clients•Solid communication skills, both when dealing with clients and interpersonal relationships•Ability to work overnights, evenings, and weekends



 

Selkirk Veterinary Services – if dentistry is your passion, we are the clinic for you!Want to make 100 grand a year for a full-time position, work 4 days a week and only every 3rd Saturday from October to July (closed on Saturdays from July to Thanksgiving) with no on-call? Where your boss backs you up and you are not abused by clients? Where you count as a person and individual and you are not just a number? Where you work in a great team where we support each other. Want to practice top notch veterinary medicine and love dentistry? Including orthodontics, endodontics, exotics! Want to expand a specialty? We support with CE and needed instruments!

Then join Selkirk Veterinary Services for a full-time or part-time DVM position at our growing small animal practice.

Our modern practice is well-equipped with digital radiology (full body and dental), new GE ultrasound, therapeutic and surgical lasers, Tonovet, IDEXX in-house laboratory, 2 Mindray anesthesia monitors, Petmap monitor, LED surgery lights and 2x IM3 dental carts  in a large and well maintained facility. We are paperless and use Impromed Infinity as our clinic software.

With an amazing support team that includes 6 highly skilled RVT’s and 4 full time receptionists we have a strong focus on dentistry.

Our highest priority is customer service and so we are looking for someone with enthusiasm and superior people skills.

We offer a comprehensive benefit package including disability plan, health spending account, mental health support, CE allowance, paid dues, paid scrubs and VIN membership and flexible scheduling with no on call, in the summer no weekend shifts and in winter only every 3rd Saturday, and a very competitive salary/commission remuneration model. You can bring your pet to work! Potential ownership for the right candidate if interested. New grads welcome to apply! Mentorship provided.

If you think this is the right position for you please forward your resume to dr.klug@selkirkvetservice.ca


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