Part time veterinarians will work two days per week between Monday and Thursday, typically 8AM to 4PM. No evening, weekend, or emergency/on call work.
General Position Summary:
The mobile clinic veterinarian will be responsible for providing leadership and direction to the mobile unit veterinary staff, and overseeing medical care for animals receiving services on the mobile unit. The primary responsibilities include performing spay/neuter surgeries and monitoring the health of treated animals.
Essential Function/Major Responsibilities:
Perform scheduled spay/neuter surgeries each day
Partner with Medical Manager and Mobile Clinic Coordinator to determine appropriate surgical schedule
Oversee all aspects of assigned patients, including but not limited to: physical examination, surgery, pre- and post-operative care, anesthetic protocols, patient monitoring, emergency response, etc.
Partner with Medical Manager to ensure that the clinic is appropriately stocked and staffed
Respond to medical issues involving patients as necessary
Act as manager-on-duty to support staff, offering guidance and instruction as needed
Communicate any issues concerning staff or patients with Medical Manager
Communicate issues regarding the clinic’s disease control protocols, surgical protocols, or other medical items with Medical Manager
Attend Mobile Clinic team meetings and Brother Wolf staff meetings
Participate in relationships with community veterinarians, veterinary hospitals, and professional associations as requested
Occasionally work in physically challenging conditions and be able to wear appropriate protective gear, including a protective mask
DVM from accredited university
Must hold or be able to obtain valid NC veterinary license prior to employment
Must have current DEA license or be eligible to obtain a DEA license
Availability: The Brother Wolf mobile spay and neuter clinic conducts high volume spay and neuter surgeries four days a week, typically traveling outside of Buncombe County one day per week. The mobile clinic veterinarian will conduct these surgeries and must be available in accordance with the clinic schedule.
Commitment and enthusiasm towards our mission of reducing pet overpopulation and improving the lives of animals in the community
Fosters a positive work environment
Willing to provide guidance and training to staff as needed
Works with the Medical Manager to strengthen protocols and procedures as needed
Salary: $475-575 per diem rate
Vision, Dental, Life Insurance
Aflac and AllyHealth Supplemental Insurance
Employee Assistance Program
Paid Time Off
NC Veterinary License annual renewal
Veterinary Liability Insurance
DEA License renewal
Continuing Education as needed/possible
Gas reimbursement for Clinic travel days outside of Buncombe County
Founded in 2007, Brother Wolf Animal Rescue enhances the lives of companion animals and the people who love them. We work across county lines with the goal of saving the greatest number of lives possible through strategic, creative, and impactful programming.
Through adoption and pet retention programs, two low-cost mobile spay and neuter clinics, lifesaving shelter transfer partnerships, extensive volunteer and foster networks, and a trap-neuter-return program for community cats, Brother Wolf Animal Rescue impacts the lives of thousands of animals each year in the Western North Carolina region.
We operate an adoption center in the heart of Asheville where you can meet your next best friend. On our campus you’ll also find our thrift store and retail store whose proceeds help fund our lifesaving programs. We are a community-based organization and rely on the generosity of our donors to continue our impactful work for animals as we receive no government funding. We know that together we can create a kinder world. Join us!