Employment Opportunity: Emergency Associate Veterinarian
Employer: Brendan W. Furlong, MVB, Equine Veterinarian, PA
Employment start date: July 1, 2018
Employment Status: Permanent
B.W. Furlong & Associates is an equine veterinary practice headquartered in Oldwick, NJ. The practice employs 14 veterinarians that practice in the Northeast, as well as 3 that practice in Florida and Virginia under the name Peak Performance Equine Services. It is an extremely fast-paced and busy practice, serving and caring for some of the most prestigious clientele in the country. The main practice consists of a full service ambulatory division, as well as a 4 acre facility that houses a 14 stall hospital, surgery suite, lab, and advanced imaging capabilities. It also has separate properties that include an elective surgery center, a standing MRI, and a rehabilitation center. During the winter months, members of the practice transition to Wellington, FL to cover the Winter Equestrian Festival. Employees of the company are all expected to demonstrate the core beliefs.
Responsibilities and Qualifications
B.W. Furlong & Associates is looking to fill an associate role with a specific focus on providing emergency coverage for the practice. The associate will take add-on and emergency appointments throughout the afternoon and into the evening. Caseload will be varied, from coggins and health certificates to lameness evaluations, wound management, and colic workups. This will primarily be an ambulatory role, and the associate will work alongside the entire ambulatory team, as well as internal medicine specialist and surgeon, to provide appropriate care for each case.
The practice is looking for a self-motivated individual who has completed an internship or been in practice for 1-2 years while covering a similar caseload. This position is ideal for a veterinarian looking to gain further experience in a general practice role while having the opportunity to learn from a close-knit team that provides specialization in a number of different fields. The ideal candidate must have exceptional interpersonal and organizational skills, a positive attitude, and a commitment to providing world class care for our patients. The candidate should be proficient in basic diagnostic workup of lameness or illness, radiography, and traditional emergency services. Candidate will be required to obtain a New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania license.
Benefits & Application
Benefits include competitive salary commensurate with experience, bonuses for emergency services, 401K/profit sharing, health insurance, and discounted veterinary services and products. A stocked ambulatory vehicle (with vet box) and cell phone are both provided. Please submit resume and cover letter via email to Adam Furlong, Vice-President, at email@example.com.