Compassionate Veterinarians needed to make a difference in people’s lives!
Route 66 Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Center is looking for a cardiologist that can create positive change in people’s lives through compassionate care for their pets. While working as part of our dynamic team you will provide quality veterinary care to our patients.
Who we are:
Our amazing team of caregivers are a positive group of people who create an atmosphere of calm even while dealing with the stress of emergency veterinary medicine. Route 66 Vet was created to provide a different experience for clients and employees alike. We aim to give back to our community by providing people with a caring compassionate atmosphere to bring their pets in a time of need. Our practice is expanding as the city of Albuquerque has embraced our hospital and has chosen it as the place for veterinary emergencies. We are expanding our talented team so we can care for our patients and clients while upholding our high customer service and exceptional medical standards.
Why New Mexico:
The Route 66 Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Center is in the trendy Nob Hill neighborhood close to both the University of New Mexico and Sandia National Laboratory. Albuquerque is a growing city that has an abundance of sunshine. Nestled at the base of the Rocky Mountains we enjoy all 4 seasons with none of the sticky triple-digit heated summer days. Albuquerque winters are mild yet sometimes we see a little snow. Mountain biking, hiking, and world-class skiing will be in your backyard! Our cost of living can’t be beat! Our housing market allows for very comfortable living on any budget.
Our state-of-the-art, AAHA accredited, the facility features digital radiology, endoscopy, advanced patient monitoring, telemetry, ultrasound, ligasure, fully equipped laboratory and entirely electronic medical records. Our new facility, completed in November 2021, will allow us to care for more patients while allowing our veterinarians to have the space to comfortably practice.
Our technical staff are composed of mainly registered veterinary technicians and assistants with years of emergency experience. Keeping a staffed hospital where our clients are cared for and our veterinarians are supported is extremely important to us. Our vets enjoy a three tech to one doctor ratio. We have a full-time Veterinary Social Worker on staff to help support our staff emotionally as well as our clients.
Who we want:
We are looking for an enthusiastic, personable specialist! Someone who can handle the medical aspects of the job while delivering compassion and care to our patients and clients. Coaching and educating are important to us as we strive to create a collaborative environment where you can discuss and research cases among your colleagues.
Taking Care of our Staff:
Our business loves to give back! We ensure that our employees are cared for as well as our clients. We provide:
- Competitive Salary
- $75,000 signing bonus
- Student Loan Debt Repayment assistance
- 3 shift work week
- Consistent predictable schedule
- Harmonious work/ home life balance
- Generous CE allowance
- Paid CE days
- Medical, Dental Insurance, and Vision
- Mental Health coverage
- Short term and Long Term Disability
- Access to internal staff Social Worker
- Professional Liability
- Paid time off
- Retirement plan
- Relocation Allowance
If you are interested in joining our progressive, collaborative, and amazing hospital that cultivates your growth as a clinician, take the next step and apply online or send your CV to Amanda.Loseth@NVACompassionFirst.com #NVA-CF
NVA Compassion-First is a community of more than 100 specialty and emergency hospitals across North America driven by the spirit of collaboration and focused on empowering the advancement of veterinary medicine at the local hospital level. NVA Compassion-First is the trusted partner of hospital teams who are looking for more—more resources to advance their medicine, a greater sense of belonging, and increased opportunities to care for their patients, clients and people. Learn more at NVACompassionFirst.com .