VETERINARIANS: WE CAN HELP YOU LOVE YOUR LIFE AND CAREER!
Come join us at Woodinville Veterinary Hospital, Woodinville, WA
Are you looking for a place to advance your career, where you and your ideas are valued? Where you can focus on practicing the highest quality of medicine with a motivated team and trusted colleagues, ready to support you in listening to what pet parents want for their beloved pets?
We are that place. At Woodinville Veterinary Hospital,we want you to love your life AND your career. With an abundance of leadership opportunities and mentorship programs, we encourage our veterinarians to practice the medicine they believe in and put pets first. We encourage a culture that values listening to and trusting the pet parents and the colleagues you work with in service of practicing the best medicine for our pet patients. We truly value what you bring to the table.
WE CARE FOR PETS AND THEIR PEOPLE, AND EACH OTHER.
Woodinville Veterinary Hospital not only offers a robust compensation & benefits package, but we also work with our Veterinarians to invest in continuous education, and craft career pathways to progress and develop your interests and passions. You won’t have to start over to further your career, our growing group of hospitals offer incredible opportunities from within our organization.
DO YOUR BEST WORK, LIVE YOUR BEST LIFE
Now more than ever, Veterinarians are needed AND facing greater challenges managing work/life balance. We encourage our DVMs to take advantage of our other benefits that prioritize your mental, physical, and emotional well-being.
We will celebrate your birthday, and support community involvement on a hospital and personal level. Have an idea you want to explore? Let us know. Team success is our success, and our unique incentives programs offer cold, hard cash and additional financial compensation. At all times, we foster a supportive, positive, and authentically human hospital culture. An authentically human experience is at the core of the human-animal bond after all!
Friend, You belong here. Send your resume to our Head of Medicine Dr. Katie Rawlings
CARA: /KAR-AH/ GAELIC (N): FRIEND
AS A DVM AT WOODINVILLE VETERINARY HOSPITAL HERE’S A GLIMPSE OF WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT WITH THE FULL CARAPACKAGE
- Sign-on bonus
- Relocation expense reimbursement if applicable
- Free medical, dental, & vision insurance
- Flexible schedule with no on-call
- PTO & 6 paid holidays off + birthday
- Washington Paid Family & Medical Leave
- 401K with 5% employer match
- License and professional organization dues covered
- Liability insurance covered
- Paid CE days AND an annual CE stipend of $2,500
- Generous employee pet discount for up to 4 pets
- Uniform allowance for 4 uniforms/year
- Career growth opportunities
- Free Door Dash Monthly membership
Woodinville Veterinary Hospital is just 30 minutes from Seattle and in the heart of the spectacular Sammamish River Valley, known for some of the state’s best wineries, craft breweries, distilleries, and recreational opportunities. This region is a hub of culture, an outdoor paradise, and a great place to be single or raise a family. Yes—it rains, but there’s so much to do indoors as well as out you probably won’t notice that much.
Ready to Apply?
We’d love to see a cover letter highlighting why you think you’d be a good fit for our practice as well as a fully updated resume. Please send all materials to Dr. Katie Rawlings, Head of Medicine – email@example.com
CARA VETERINARY CORE VALUE PILLARS
Put pets first. Our first priority is always with the health, happiness, and comfort of our patients. We have designed the Cara experience with the animal perspective in mind. And our care advice is based only on what is best for the pet.
Trust the parent. We believe that caring for an animal is a partnership built on mutual trust and humility. We trust parents to make the right decisions for themselves and their pets, and invite them to actively participate in care alongside us.
Authentically human. Caring for a pet involves the full spectrum of emotions, from joy to grief. We must lean into openness, empathy, and compassionate listening. We know when to be fun, and when to be serious. At all times, we foster supportive, positive, and authentically human hospital culture.
Good neighbors. Although our business is growing, we retain the attitude and spirit of a neighborhood vet. We welcome people in. We get to know our clients’ families and are proud to play an active role in our local communities.
Shake things up. We are always looking for a better way. In an industry that hasn’t seen a lot of innovation, we are experimenting with new ways of delivering care, delighting customers, providing unexpectedly human (and animal) touches, and infusing out hospitals with fresh ideas.