Medical Director Opening for HQHV Spay/Neuter Nonprofit in Nashville, Tennessee
Pet Community Center
Location: Nashville, Tennessee
Type: Full Time
Salary: $115,000 to $120,000
Based on Experience
DVM or equivalent
Pet Community Center is a highly respected nonprofit in Nashville, Tennessee, dedicated to strengthening the human-animal bond through accessible veterinary care and support services. We envision a future where all pets are happy, healthy, and cared for by people whose lives they enrich. If you have a passion for helping at-risk animals, vulnerable pets, and families in need - all while finding work/life balance in your career - then Pet Community Center has an ideal opportunity for you to make a tremendous impact in Music City.
Who’s the ideal candidate?
Someone who wants to make a tremendous difference in the lives of pets and people, and someone who believes that quality vet care should be accessible for all animals and families. Pet Community Center’s medical director will be a compassionate, dynamic veterinarian ready to provide both vision and leadership for our high-quality, high-volume (HQHV) spay/neuter practice as well as our wellness program, both of which serve thousands of pets and families each year.
We are looking for an individual who is eager to provide both strategic vision and hands-on leadership for Pet Community Center’s HQHV spay-neuter and wellness clinics, as well as help support our community-focused programs that focus on making pet ownership affordable and accessible to everyone.
What are the benefits?
Salary range is $115,000 to $120,000 based on experience
Ability to lead a team of veterinarians and work closely with PCC’s leadership team and other community partners to save lives and prevent pet homelessness
Opportunity to help open a new clinic and build capacity to deepen PCC’s programs and services
4-day work week (Mon-Thur), 3-day weekends. (Note: the medical director is on call for any emergency situations that may arise.)
9 Paid Holidays, 120 Hours of Accrued PTO
$1,000 continuing education (CE) budget, 5 days of paid leave for CE annually
Competitive medical, dental, vision, and life insurance
Possible eligibility for Public Service Loan Forgiveness with the potential to eliminate student loans
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree
Current TN veterinary license (or ability to obtain one quickly)
DEA license (or ability to obtain one quickly)
APHIS Accreditation (or the ability to obtain)
Experience practicing veterinary medicine in a high-volume environment, with additional full-service veterinary experience a plus
Ability to effectively lead a team
Demonstrated excellent surgical skills
Strong interpersonal communication skills
Personal values that align with our core values of Compassion, Quality, Trust, and Community
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.