Full Time Veterinarian – Competitive Salary and great benefits.
Are you looking to make a difference? Then come join our team at Polk County Sheriff's Office.
The Animal Control Veterinarian plans, organizes and oversees the activities of the veterinarian services within the Animal Control section. The member performs all surgical and medical procedures necessary for the overall health of animals maintained by the Sheriff’s Office and reports to the Animal Control Administrator. To learn more about this exciting opportunity visit our website at www.polksheriff.org and click on Become a Member
Valid Florida driver's license - within 30 days of hire
Possession of a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from an accredited school of veterinarian medicine
Possession of a Florida State Veterinary license
Must be able to obtain a Federal Drug Enforcement Administration License
Three to five years of experience in private veterinary practice or practicing shelter veterinary medicine, or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience is preferred.
Additional Salary Information: $87,726 - $100,668 - Medical, Retirement Dental, Vision - Take Home Vehicle
About Polk County Sheriff's Office
The Polk County Sheriff’s Office is a full-service law enforcement agency serving Polk County, Florida. Polk County is the fourth largest county in the state, with approximately 2,010 total square miles, and is the ninth most populated county with an estimated population of 646,989. Polk County is comprised of seventeen municipalities, the largest being Lakeland, and is located in Central Florida, with Tampa to the west and Orlando to the east.