Are you interested in working in emergency medicine, but not the intensity of large practices in big cities? Do you enjoy pulling porcupine quills, solving medical cases, performing surgeries, and know what KBM’s and HBSM’s are? Imagine a job where you are working 3-4 shifts a week, leaving weekdays open to do all those things that others must rearrange their schedules to get done. How about a schedule that can be flexible to your needs? If yes, join the After Hours Veterinary Emergency Clinic, Inc. team! We provide the highest quality EMERGENCY medical care to small animals throughout the Interior of Alaska in a collaborative, supportive environment with mentorship. Over 20 years we have grown into a well-equipped facility (in house laboratory, surgical monitoring equipment, digital X-ray, laser treatment, etc…) with a motivated, professional, and fun-loving staff. If you like the outdoors, Fairbanks in interior Alaska, holds many opportunities for various unique activities year-round. Even with social distancing there is still so much to do here. Including hiking, fishing, golfing, camping, ice hockey, skiing, snowmobiling, skijoring, and so much more! The aurora borealis brightens the sky in the darker months. Denali National Park is only a couple hours away, as well as many other exciting destinations.
We offer full or part time employment, as well as seasonal work. With a flexible schedule that allows time to explore Alaska! The company is willing to cover cost and sponsorship for 2-4 month licensing for those interested in seasonal work or full licensing (2 year) for Full time/non-seasonal. Full medical, including vision and dental, are available for full time/non-seasonal employees.
We are dedicated to keeping our staff, clients, and patients safe during the pandemic. We provide proper PPE for all staff, limit clients in the building, increased disinfection of surfaces, and masks required on premises.
Since 1997, After Hours Veterinary Emergency Clinic has been providing prompt relief from mishaps and ailments, life threatening or not, that are painful or a cause of immediate concern for pets in interior Alaska.