The Director of Emergency Services plans, organizes, directs, coordinates and evaluates standards of care, staffing, medical policies and procedures for our well-established, busy and growing 24/7 Emergency Service at Community Pet Hospital. S/he will work across all areas of the hospital to ensure effective communication, is an innate teacher and mentor and will orchestrate programs for the onboarding, mentoring and training of DVM new-hires. The MDoES will work closely with hospital leadership to develop department goals and objectives, will direct clinical and didactic activities, will work with practice leadership on budgets and strategies for continued growth. A successful candidate will thrive in and desire to cultivate an atmosphere of medical collaboration.
Community Pet Hospital has been serving its community since 1959 and is proud to be the veterinary hospital for generations of family pets. We are ideally located, 20 minutes to both Denver and Boulder, offering a diverse lifestyle and paradise for any outdoor enthusiast with spectacular mountain views.
Our facility features:
Digital ultrasound with telemedicine radiologist review
Digital dental radiographs
Access to STAT radiograph reviews
Full in-house blood analyzers, IDEXX, Procyte and Catalyst, I-Stat, Coag Analyzer
In house urinalysis, fecal and cytology
ECG, BP, SPO2
Two locations to serve our loyal client base and accommodate same day/sick
Collaborative team environment
Mentorship and growth opportunities
Prompt rounds to ensure shifts end on time
Professional and financial growth opportunities
Flexible scheduling with a work/life balance focus, with frequent 3-day weekends
Generous compensation and benefits package
High production potential
High staff to DVM ratio with skilled and seasoned technicians
24/7 hospital management/leadership support
A fast-paced, challenging and collaborative environment
Strong relationship with local specialty practices
Skills and Basic Qualifications:
A Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) or related degree from an accredited institution
A licensure in good standing to practice in Colorado
Commitment to practicing the highest standard of medicine and upholding veterinary code of ethics
Strong analytical, verbal and written communication skills
A surgical skill set for emergency cases
Compassion for owners and their pets.
Commitment to ongoing educational development and growth
Equal Employment Opportunity
It is the policy of the company to afford equal opportunities to all applicants and employees regardless of the race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, non-disqualifying disability or status as a disabled veteran.