Central Veterinary Services is Seeking a Mixed Animal Associate DVM (MB)

Central Veterinary Services is looking to add a mixed animal associate DVM to our team! Candidates seeking full time or part-time hours will be considered.

We are a large and small animal veterinary hospital located just South of Winnipeg. Visit our website, centravet.ca, to meet our team and view our facility. Our practice offers a supportive environment that focuses on quality medicine for our patients, exceptional customer service, and employee quality of life and job satisfaction. We are looking for a veterinarian that will share these goals and is ambitious about furthering their career in this type of work environment.

Our practice currently consists of 75% Small Animal and 25% Large Animal (Equine and Dairy) and expanding in all areas of veterinary medicine including specialities, advanced medical techniques and integrative medicine. We are a progressive practice, with strong mentorship and teamwork including dedicated support teams for our veterinarians throughout their workday.  We offer a flexible work schedule, and a generous benefits package, including an RRSP contribution plan. Compensation consists of a competitive base salary plus production bonuses.

 

If you are interested or have any questions please contact Dr. David Snell at (204) 770-2867 or Dr. Stephanie Van Deynze-Snell at (204) 880-9937, or send your resume and cover letter to centralvetservices@gmail.com attn: Dr. Stephanie.


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