Veterinary Career Services (VCS) assists veterinary practice owners in the successful hire of new employees and is firmly committed to providing excellent services to both our clients and veterinary candidates.
For Practice Owners:
Employees are a practice’s most valuable asset. Finding the right candidate to fill a vacant position is crucial to a veterinary practice’s growth, but the process can be time-consuming and lengthy. Many practice owners find themselves in one of the following situations:
- A small number of candidates are being considered by many practices
- A large number of resumes have been received, which require a significant amount of time to review
- A valued employee is hired by another practice
- A practice is experiencing high employee turnover
With access to a large nationwide network of veterinary candidates, VCS helps clients address issues such as these by assisting them in structuring attractive, competitive compensation packages and by serving as an intermediary to work out employment details that significantly impact both parties. When there is an overabundance of job applicants, VCS is able to efficiently sort through the resumes and provide a short list of qualified candidates, providing a huge timesaver for our clients. These and other services allow practice owners to focus more time on their practices.
Contact VCS for your recruiting needs.
For Veterinary Candidates:
Changing positions can be a major life event. VCS acknowledges this and assists veterinary candidates in finding the perfect job for them and their families. VCS always maintains the highest level of confidentiality, so those considering a career change can do so privately. VCS also offers market knowledge and intelligence, giving candidates access to many veterinary job opportunities that are unadvertised elsewhere and showing them what a competitive compensation package consists of in today’s environment.
Market Knowledge – We know the entire landscape of this profession, including salaries, bonuses, percentages, practice schedules, facility improvements, and non-competes, as well as the cultural and philosophical approach of a particular practice.