This is the Best place in the World to be a Veterinarian” says our Senior Veterinarian Kevin Conrad. “You can show off your skills and you can take the time needed to develop new ones.”
Southeastern Guide Dogs is looking for that perfect Doctor who can have some fun, be flexible with the ever-changing environment around our guide dog campus, and share their knowledge and love of dogs with some really amazing people. If you love to teach and to learn, this is the perfect place for you. Come meet us, see firsthand how our work changes people’s lives, and decide for yourself.
Excellent diagnostic skills and ability to read and interpret clinical laboratory results
Proficiency in utilizing ultrasound, radiographic and ophthalmic equipment currently on campus
Demonstrate proficiency with orthopedic and soft tissue surgery and determination of when surgeries should be performed off campus or at referral centers
Proficiency in canine anesthesia
The successful candidate will possess a Doctoral degree in Veterinary Medicine, a current Florida Veterinary license and certificate of insurance of a Drug Enforcement Administration Certificate allowing ordering and use of controlled substance
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Additional Salary Information: Depends on experience. We do have a senior veterinarian on staff.
About Southeastern Guide Dogs, Inc
When people lose vision, it’s easy to lose hope. When veterans lose hope, it’s easy to give up. It’s easy to let the darkness define life instead of living life to its fullest. That’s why we develop extraordinary partnerships between our dogs and the people who need them, and offer our dogs and services at no cost, throughout the United States. We operate the most advanced training facilities of any service dog organization and employ some of the most talented and innovative scientists and trainers in the world—all because we care about people with vision loss and veterans with disabilities.