Pet Community Center is seeking candidates for the position of Clinic Manager. We believe that people love their pets and will provide for them to the best of their ability. We are looking for compassionate individuals that share that belief and who are moved by serving underserved people and their pets.
The ideal candidate will have some background in veterinary medicine, animal sheltering or related work, with at least 2-5 years experience managing a team, and strong customer service skills.
Pet Community Center offers competitive salary, generous benefits for full time employees including medical, dental, and vision plan, two weeks paid time off, generous paid holiday schedule (including a week off between Christmas and New Year), and discounted gym membership (with medical plan).
Is It You?
You're able to recognize when a team member needs support or motivation and know how to find resources to help them excel.
You're comfortable using technology and learning new systems. And you love your systems. You live for spreadsheets and checklists to keep the details straight!
You want your work to be more than just a paycheck; you want to make a difference for people and their pets.
You are a great communicator to internal stakeholders and external customers.
You enjoy a fast-pace and thinking on your feet. Unexpected challenges are no big deal and you enjoy troubleshooting.
You are so detailed-oriented that your spice rack is alphabetized.
You would love to be part of a team that has fun every day, and consider excellence in customer service and medical care a bottom line.
Additional Salary Information: Salary negotiable based on qualifications and experience
About Pet Community Center
Pet Community Center is a nonprofit on a mission to make high-quality spay/neuter and veterinary care affordable and accessible to all pet owners. We manage a high-quality spay/neuter surgery center in East Nashville and a Mobile Wellness clinic that provides basic wellness care to pets in underserved areas. Since 2011, Pet Community Center has served more than 80,000 animals.