Full-Time Veterinarian Required at Selkirk Veterinary Services

Selkirk Veterinary Services, has an open position for a full-time DVM to join our team at our growing small animal and exotics practice as one of our 3 full time veterinarians is moving out of province.

Our modern practice is well-equipped with digital radiology (full body and dental), brand
new GE ultrasound, therapeutic and surgical lasers, Tonovet, IDEXX in-house laboratory, 2
Mindray anesthesia monitors, LED surgery lights and IM3 dental station 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 5 highly skilled RAHT, we have a strong focus on dentistry, including orthodontic and root canals.

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

New graduates are welcome, and strong mentorship is provided through the close working
relationship with fellow veterinarians that possess advanced skills in dentistry, diagnostic
imaging, surgery and exotics medicine.

We offer a comprehensive benefit package including disability plan and health spending account, CE allowance, paid dues and VIN membership and flexible scheduling with no on call and every 3rd Saturday work only, and a very competitive salary/commission remuneration model.

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


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