Peninsula Center Pet Hospital
Palos Verdes Peninsula, California, United States
Job type: fulltime
Job industry: Other
Location: Rolling Hills Estates, California, 90274, United States
Position Title: Associate DVM
Company Name: Peninsula Center Pet Hospital
Small Animal Veterinarian in a Vibrant South Bay Practice
Peninsula Center Pet Hospital is seeking a positive, energetic Veterinarian to join our health care team. We are a full-service hospital located in Rolling Hills Estates, CA and have been serving the South Bay with dedication for over 35 years.
As the newest member of our veterinary team you will join Dr. Giselle Pomeranc-Mayer, practice owner and medical director, and Dr. Peggy Herrera, Peninsula's former owner who has been with the practice since 1983. Together with them you will work alongside an enthusiastic and dedicated support team in a fun, passionate and busy practice environment. We strive to create a supportive work life for our doctors by nurturing a practice culture that allows them to thrive and take work-life balance very seriously. If you are a newer graduate we will strive to provide you with the necessary support and mentorship for you to grow your clinical skills. This position can be full time or part time with a flexible work schedule if you so desire.
Check us out at our website: Peninsula Center Pet Hospital Website and our Facebook page: PCPH Facebook Page
You must value the importance of providing essential preventative care while building a strong and lasting bond with our clients. You must have strong critical thinking skills for more complex medical cases that require ongoing and chronic management. Some experience in soft-tissue surgery and dentistry is preferred, although a new graduate would be considered. In addition, you will need:
- A California Veterinary License or the ability to obtain one if not currently licensed in the state
- A desire to be part of a dynamic team in a busy practice environment with a great clientele
- Ability to work either a part time schedule of 2 to 3 days per week or full time
- We would definitely consider a new graduate and will provide support and mentoring to help you develop your clinical skills.