Greenbriar Veterinary Hospital & Luxury Pet Resort is seeking a Full Time Veterinarian and Medical Director to lead our well-established advanced veterinary hospital and pet resort located in beautiful Frederick, MD.
Our services include Veterinary Hospital, Pet Rehabilitation & Therapy, Luxury Boarding Resort, Professional Grooming, Spa Services, Dog Training, Day Camp and Boarding, and a free public dog park. Our beautiful and well-maintained facility is situated on 30 acres of land and is conveniently accessible from the highway, I 270. Our professionalism, prompt and courteous service are the reasons our client come back to us again and again.
Our wide range of services include State of the Art Veterinary Hospital, Pet Rehabilitation & Therapy with underwater treadmill and 2 class IV Lasers. Our 3 doctors are dedicated with a large focus on orthopedic and soft tissue surgery, ultrasound, and laser therapy. We have a full in-house Lab, digital x-ray, and diagnostic capability. Ideal candidates will be enthusiastic, a team player, detail oriented, able to multi-task, work at a steady to fast pace environment, able to effectively communicate with co-workers and clients, and have flexible availability.
We are looking for a Full Time Veterinarian and Medical Director to support Greenbriar in the following capacities:
Possess a commitment to practicing excellent patient care.
Understand and apply the importance of the client experience.
Have proficient skill in medicine, surgery and dentistry (if general practitioner.)
Ability to teach, mentor and develop veterinarians at all performance levels.
Keep current on new products and medical protocols.
Ability to maintain accurate electronic medical records and regularly audit those of other doctors.
Coordinate and disseminate Continuing Education for the doctor and medical teams.
Assist Practice Manager with recruiting, interviewing and hiring of veterinarians.
Involvement in budgetary decisions regarding inventory, products, and staff labor.
Comfort with coaching, issuing performance improvement plans and disciplinary action.
Partner with Regional Operations team and support initiatives and policies.
Maintain schedules for doctor team and assist leads with their team schedules if needed.
Organize and lead regular meetings for the doctor team.
Attend and take part in all operational meetings and workshops (some travel required).
Adhere to Alpine's values and coach other team members to do so.
Perform and deliver regular performance evaluations for doctors and leadership team.
Minimum 2 years DVM clinical experience required.
Experience in both general and emergency practice.
Ability to write, adjust and implement medical standards.
Must be organized, focused and work well under pressure.
Team oriented and positive attitude.
Experience in staff development, coaching and mentoring new graduates is a plus.
Completion of additional coursework or continuing education in business and operations is preferred but not required.
Must be a strong communicator - preferably familiar with emotional intelligence and conflict competence.
What we offer:
A solid future in an established practice.
An exceptional team of Veterinary Professional.s
A competitive salary with a generous Medical Director stipend.
Great benefits including: comprehensive health insurance package, 401k, paid time off, uniforms, a generous CE allowance and an amazing pet care discount.
Regional medical and operational support.
Relocation and Sign-On bonuses.
An opportunity to make an impact on others.
Professional growth and development opportunities.