Cornerstone Animal Clinic is a full-service mix animal practice serving the small, rural community of Brandenburg, Kentucky and the surrounding communities. Located approximately 40 minutes from the heart of Louisville, Kentucky, Cornerstone Animal Clinic is proud of our reputation for providing "big city medicine in a small-town atmosphere".
The mission of Cornerstone Animal Clinic is "partnering with pet owners and veterinary specialist to achieve high quality animal care". Our location near Louisville allows us to work with specialty and emergency veterinary facilities on a regular basis.
At this time, Cornerstone Animal Clinic seeks a full-time DVM associate with at least 6 years practice experience, is a skilled communicator, experienced diagnostician, competent and versed surgeon (general & orthopedic), who possess mature leadership skills and aspires to be a member of a dynamic, deeply caring team of veterinary processionals as an associate.
Our ideal candidate with be someone who believes in the value of high quality veterinary medial care and robust, well-rounded preventative, diagnostic care and treatment services.
Our ideal candidate is a practitioner who is comfortable with a ProSal compensation structure with a $72,000 base salary and a competitive benefits package. (The Prosal compensation platform has proven to be mutually beneficial compensation method in this practice for both the veterinary associate and the organization.)
The average work week would be comprised of 4 work day, to include 32 Saturdays per year.
Please visit us at: www.cornerstoneacky.com
For further inquiry please email us at: email@example.com
To submit your resume with cover letter to:
Attn: Jolie Keith
Cornerstone Animal Clinic
20 Rock Ridge Road
Brandenburg, Kentucky 40108
* Licensed and appropriately credentialed in the state of Kentucky
* Must be willing and available to work at least 32 Saturdays per year
* Must have 6+ years in-practice experience
* Must be teachable & coach-able
Additional Salary Information: ProSal:
Production-based compensation, when implemented correctly, is a win-win for the veterinarian and the practice owner.