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First Coast No More Homeless Pets operates one of the largest spay and neuter clinics in the country with the mission provide affordable and accessible veterinary care while saving people and pets in our community. We consult nationally to share best practices with other organizations, and operate two low-cost, high-quality regional safety net veterinary hospitals. We are a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Our multifaceted approach to pet overpopulation includes free and low-cost spay/neuter, adoption initiatives, and innovative pet retention services.
Our services are comprehensive, and we are committed to reaching those who need our assistance.
Our team is growing and we need passionate veterinarians to help fulfill our mission.
Progressive, expanding nonprofit practice in Jacksonville, Fla., has an immediate opening for a full-time veterinarian who is eager to apply their skills and experience to a rapidly expanding, regional, mission-driven organization committed to reducing shelter deaths and improving the lives of people and pets.
First Coast No More Homeless Pets is a recognized leader in offering affordable, accessible veterinary services, including wellness and urgent care appointments, dentistry and a high volume spay/neuter program.
If you are a new graduate, this is a terrific environment to launch your career! FCNMHP offers excellent growth opportunities and matches an industry standard high-quality, high-volume atmosphere with a wide variety of interesting medical cases. The full-service veterinary clinic is equipped with digital x-ray, in-house lab, fast-scan ultrasound, and state-of-the-art equipment. A dynamic international staff of more than 15 licensed veterinarians offers a collaborative work environment and excellent mentorship. We are dedicated to onboarding all of our new graduates with adequate support and training through their medical cases and procedures to ensure their successful development.
Another benefit to working with us is the ability to qualify for PSLF through our 501(c)3 status. Part of our new graduate mentorship includes optional one-on-one loan counseling and guidance enrolling in PSLF if you choose.
Our ideal candidate must be able to multi-task in a fast-paced environment and have a positive, professional, team-oriented attitude. Excellent client communication and quality of medicine is required. Work-life balance, flexible scheduling and competitive benefits, along with a signing bonus are offered to accepted applicants.
To apply, contact Chief Executive Officer Jennifer Barker at email@example.com.
The role of the veterinary technician supervisor is to lead a team of vet techs who provide exceptional patient care and customer service in a fast paced, high volume atmosphere. A primary function of the veterinary technician supervisor is to provide continuity and operational support across all shifts, ensuring that our safety net veterinary hospital has onsite leadership to support employees and the caseload of clients seeking affordable veterinary care. The veterinary technician supervisor will work closely with the practice manager to help support a team of 20 veterinarians, while maximizing productivity and improving the client and patient experience.
Candidates must have experience in animal restraint, venipuncture, intravenous catheter placement, radiology, anesthesia monitoring and the ability to aid in emergency diagnostic testing and procedures. We are looking for a technician that is able to rapidly triage incoming emergencies in addition to aiding our veterinarians in providing high quality care to our hospitalized patients. With our fast pace your days will fly by so you will need excellent time management skills and a strong work ethic. A caring and compassionate attitude is required of all team members. Certified veterinary technicians are preferred, but two year minimum experience is required. If you are not certified we will offer up to 70% tuition reimbursement for successful completion of the certification training program for select candidates. A sign-on bonus up to $500, payable over the first year, will be offered to candidates based on certification, experience and passion for our mission.
The ideal candidate must be able to multi task in a fast paced environment, and have a positive, professional team-oriented attitude. Excellent time management skills and a strong work ethic is a must. A caring and compassionate attitude is required of all team members. On the job training is offered so prior experience is not required, but is preferable. The veterinary clinic is equipped with digital x-ray, in house lab, and paperless medical records. Join FCNMHP to work alongside a dedicated staff and to become part of a high performing team that makes a true difference every day in our safety net veterinary hospitals.
Non-profit veterinary hospital in Jacksonville, Florida is seeking a surgery technician for our high-volume surgery department. FCNMHP operates one of the largest spay/neuter facilities in the nation. We are seeking a surgery technician eager to apply his/her skills to a mission proven successful in reducing shelter deaths and improving the lives of underprivileged pets. First Coast No More Homeless Pets is a recognized leader in high quality, high volume spay/neuter programs and low-cost veterinary services.
Superior customer service skills and the ability to represent the organization in a positive manner is crucial to this role. FCNMHP operates a high volume, fast paced clinic with a large spay/neuter department, so excellent time management skills and a strong work ethic is a must. A caring and compassionate attitude is required of all team members. This is a full time position and rotating weekends are required.
First Coast No More Homeless Pets is partnered with Eckerd Workforce Development to provide jobs for young adults facing systemic barriers.
The development and career readiness program targets at-risk, low-income young adults (ages 16-24,) with the goals of self-sufficiency, employment, and advanced training.
FCNMHP has participated in this program since June 2016 and continues to accept interns to join our vet clinic team.