Great Careers with Carleton Veterinary Service
Carleton Veterinary Service and Lanark Veterinary Clinic provide small animal Veterinary Care Services delivering high quality medicine and personalized service. In business for over 20 years, we have two locations South of Ottawa : North Gower (off of the 416 on Roger Stevens) and in SmithsFalls (near the north unit hospital ). We operate a full service animal hospital and pride ourselves in providing the best care for our patients and their pets. Employees can expect an open supportive and positive work environment focused on teamwork and employee satisfaction.
Our mission statement is “where heart and medicine come together for the benefit of pets, their people, and our community.”
To apply, please submit a resume and a cover letter to the contact found in the listing.
- Full Time Veterinarian – Both locations
We are looking for a full time Veterinarian to join our two, AHAA Accredited, companion animal clinics, located in the outskirts of Ottawa. We offer to our staff a full comprehensive benefits package, in-clinic employee discounts, competitive salary with four weeks vacation time. New graduates are more than welcome to apply! We are “Where heart and medicine come together for the benefit of pets, their people, and our community.”
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- Full Time Veterinary Technician – Lanark location
Permanent position available for an experienced Veterinary Technician (Registered or Equivalent). Applicants must have a minimum of 10 years’ experience and communicate well in English. Only Canadian citizens or permanent residents (landed immigrants) should apply. Salary based on rural grid, ranging from $21/hour to $25/hour depending on experience and qualifications. Usual schedule will include 40 hours per week with two weeks of vacation per year. Must be willing to work overtime, as needed. As an essential part of the daily tasks, this position requires the ability to carry patients up to 120 pounds. Benefits include staff discounts on procedures, pet supplies, and appointments for their pets. Open to providing continuing education to hired candidate to improve technician/management skills, if deemed fit after a three month probationary period. Candidates must have the education/work requirements of an OAVT recognizable technician program or equivalent internationally trained veterinarian.
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We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those to be interviewed will be contacted