VMD/DVM Position

VMD/DVM Positions are available for veterinary associates, and graduates of veterinary medicine. All positions require a graduate degree in veterinary medicine (VMD or DVM).

Associate Veterinarian, Kim Maynard DVM (Private Practice)

PO Box 243
Colebrook, CT 06021
860-605-5495 / maynarddvm@yahoo.com
Structured mentorship including daily rounds, Extended Appointment times, Case Discussions, Doctor meetings, No after-hour emergencies. 4-to-4.5-day work week $95,000 annual salary Lots of support staff including 2 CVT’s
Requirements: CT License, Someone who resonates with our core values: Strive for Perfection, Respect for others, Strong Work Ethic, Compassion/Empathy, Honesty/Integrity, Teamwork. A sense of humor is important too

Newly graduated veterinarians may apply for this position
Start Date:
Practice Type:
Small Animal
1 Veterinarian And 2 Technicians
How to Apply:
If this sounds like a place where you would like to start your career, please contact Dr. Kim Maynard at maynarddvm@yahoo.com with letter of interest and resume. If you would like to visit, please call or text her at 860-605-5495.
Case Load:
M-F 8-5 Appointments include wellness; rechecks; and sick patients - dogs and cats Hospitalization if needed. Surgery performed 2 days weekly. Orthopedics referred to a specialist. After hour emergencies sent to ER.
Benefits include: Health Insurance, Liability Insurance, Licenses and Memberships, Continuing Education – 4 days $2000 stipend, Retirement plan, 2 weeks paid time off
Additional Comments:
Who we are: We are a small animal privately-owned one-doctor hospital in the southern Berkshires of CT. We have in-house lab capabilities, digital x-ray, tonometry, ultrasound, class III laser, high speed fiberoptic dental unit, a well-equipped pharmacy and much more. We are growing and looking to add another doctor to our practice. We are surrounded by rivers to kayak on, mountains to hike and ski on and beautiful country roads to bike and run on. Did we mention our clients? They are great! The are friendly, supportive animal lovers. They will make your transition into practice a nice one.