Paid license renewal fees and professional membership dues
Continuing Education reimbursement
Medical, dental, vision and prescription drug benefits for you and eligible dependents
Full support of talented and passionate staff to help you every step of the way
Plus much more!
New grads welcome
Experienced vets welcome
Able to work independently
Able to execute high standards of care, while supporting the goodwill extended to the local community
Able to exhibit a true passion for fostering the well-being of pets and their families
State Veterinary Board License (must be in good standing)
Day in the Life:
Partner with clients as an advocate for the pet to plan follow-up visits, provide home-care instructions and education to ensure the lifelong health of their pets
Maintain relevant, comprehensive medical records
Deliver medical and surgical treatments with formulary approved pharmaceuticals, supplies, and equipment, in accordance with our standards
Practice in accordance with state practice act and principles of veterinary medical ethics
Live your Best-Balanced Life!
Picture driving to work viewing Mt. Rainier to the south and Bald Eagles overhead. Island Cats Veterinary Hospital sits on Mercer Island, Washington, 6 miles from Seattle. There truly is a small town feel despite being in the middle of the vibrant Puget Sound Region!
Who We Are
Established in 1996, we believe in treating every patient as if they were our own cat and giving them the same loving attention and care. Our group of highly trained, experienced animal lovers are devoted to giving our patients the best care possible while maintaining a low-stress and feline-friendly environment.
In addition to top notch feline care, Island Cats helps to develop future veterinarians as a Washington State University CVM preceptor site, by educating 4th year veterinary students during clinical rotations. Dr. Marshall currently serves as immediate Past-President of the Washington State Veterinary Medical Association, in the House of Delegates for the American Veterinary Medical Association, as a Board member for the Women's Veterinary Leadership Development Initiative, and as part of a joint AVMA/AAVMC Advisory Group of the Commission for a Diverse, Equitable, and Inclusive Veterinary Profession. He is also frequently invited to speak at the Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine and National CE events. We also take part in clinical trials advancing nutritional and pharmaceutical knowledge for the care of future patients. All this combines to create the best facility for feline patients to receive care, and for newly graduated veterinarians and experienced veterinarians who are passionate about feline practice to receive top quality mentoring and to thrive in their careers.
If you are interested in becoming part of a practice team with an excellent community reputation, a positive work environment and focus on providing authentic service while living your best-balanced life, APPLY NOW!