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Veterinary Careers

We’re looking for veterinary superheroes at Bethel Park Animal Clinic. Are you ready to be a part of a team that saves together and stays together? We’re here to make a difference, but we like to have fun too! Currently, we are seeking a dedicated Veterinarian and Veterinary Receptionist to join our exceptional staff.

Why work at Bethel Park Animal Clinic?

At Bethel Park Animal Clinic we are proud to offer a comprehensive range of services for dogs, cats, and exotics! We provide annual exams and vaccines mixed with sick appointments, urgent cares, and surgeries. We are one of the few clinics to offer full abdominal ultrasounds and a wide spectrum of exotics surgeries performed by our exotics DVM. Small animal surgeries include spay, neuter, gastropexy, mass removals, and cystotomy. We also provide basic and intermediate level dentistry, including full mouth extractions.

Currently Hiring:

Associate Veterinarian

Whether you are a new graduate or an experienced doctor, we are the practice for you! We have a fantastic clinic staffed by a great mixture of senior technicians with a high level of experience and younger technicians eager to learn the ropes! We value teaching and the continuous improvement of our staff’s technical and client communication skills. Our DVM team is comprised of amazing doctors who practice high quality, evidence-based medicine with a focus on learning.

We are passionate about mentoring and supporting veterinarians through our Mentorship and Leadership Development programs. Our Mentors receive extensive training and are now Certified Clinical Mentors, so any new graduates can participate in a structured and rewarding program.

Veterinary Technician

The key driver for the veterinary technician role is to ensure high standards of quality care to the patients and clients of Bethel Park Animal Clinic. The veterinary technician fully assists the doctors and aids in achieving greater efficiency by relieving them of technical work. This position assists doctors with multiple procedures providing care for patients including physical/wellness examinations, dental procedures, surgeries, immunizations, and euthanasia. The veterinary technician provides education to clients and is knowledgeable about pharmaceutical drugs and common diseases, their symptoms, means of transmission, treatments, and preventions.