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Veterinary Career Center

The VET Recruiter offers an Animal Health and Veterinary career center for professionals who want to grow their careers. This could include growing their career with their current employer, growing it with a potential new employer, or both.

 

The VET Recruiter’s Animal Health and Veterinary career center

We offer a wealth of information in our Animal Health and Veterinary career center. This is information that we have amassed during more than 25 years of recruiting in the employment marketplace. Due to that experience, we are a workplace and workforce expert in the Animal Health industry and Veterinary profession, and we want to share our expertise to help professionals grow their career.

Below is just some of the information that’s included in The VET Recruiter’s Animal Health and Veterinary career center:

 

The Counteroffer

Should you entertain a counteroffer? This is a valid question in today’s job market, where counteroffers are quite common. Special guest columnist Scott Love answers this question in an in-depth fashion, breaking down the ins and outs of the counteroffer and explaining how and why accepting one has an effect on both your job and your career.

Click here to read more about the counteroffer.

 

Working with a Recruiter

You may not know the right way and the wrong way to work with a recruiter. We have a list of 15 tips for working with a recruiter to help you succeed with your job search and with growing your career.

Click here to read “15 Tips for Working with a Recruiter to Help You Succeed.”

 

Interview Tips

The interviewing stage is a critical part of the hiring process, for both the employer and also for the candidate. The VET Recruiter has helpful interview tips as part of its Animal Health and Veterinary career center, including questions you should ask and also strategies for answering questions the right way.

Click here for helpful interview tips.

 

Relocation

Not wanting to relocate for an employment opportunity can be a self-limiting career move. That’s why it’s important to weigh the pros and cons of relocation, and we can help you do that with our section on relocation. We list all of the factors that you should consider, as well as supply some additional resources to help you make the right decision.

Click here to access our relocation resources.

 

Resumes

You can’t land an interview with an employer without a great resume, and that’s why we have an entire section of our Animal Health and Veterinary career center devoted to resumes. In fact, not only do we have tips and tricks for writing a great resume, but you can also contact a professional resume writer and request a quote for their services. Remember: you should update your resume once per quarter, or at the very least, every six months!

Click here to read resume tips and tricks and contact a professional resume writer.

 

Job Boards vs. Recruiters

You might be thinking to yourself, “How does working with a recruiter provide value versus posting my resume on a job board?” Not only do we answer that question, but we also have 10 reasons why using a recruiter provides more value than posting your resume on a job board.

Click here to see those 10 reasons!

 

Candidate Newsletter

Our candidate newsletter contains job search tips and career advice for professionals in the Animal Health industry and Veterinary profession. We also include hot job openings and corresponding career opportunities, announcements regarding upcoming industry events, and other valuable information.

Click here to see past newsletter articles.

Click here to sign up for our candidate newsletter.

 

Animal Health and Veterinary jobs

Last, but certainly not least, The VET Recruiter’s Animal Health and Veterinary career center includes job openings and employment opportunities. We have jobs in a number of different categories, including Animal Health industry jobs, academia jobs, Veterinary practice jobs, and Non-Profit jobs—to name just a few. The next great step in your career could be just a click away!

Click here to access The VET Recruiter’s Animal Health and Veterinary job openings and employment opportunities.

Getting started with our Animal Health and Veterinary career center

So how do you get started and register with our Animal Health and Veterinary career center? The first step is to send us your resume and complete our online profile. Once you send us your resume and complete our online profile, if we believe we can help you, someone will contact you to discuss your qualifications and career goals with you. If we have a suitable career opportunity now or in the future, we are more than happy to consider your qualifications. Please note that we do NOT charge candidates for placing them into open positions. In addition, we work on a confidential basis on behalf of both our clients and candidates.

At The VET Recruiter, we’re sensitive to the fact that making an Animal Health or Veterinary career change is a personal issue that affects a person’s entire life. That’s why, if we feel that we can help you, we would like to spend time getting to know you, your needs, and your goals. It is important that as you develop a relationship with us that you have confidence in our ability to represent you to potential employers.

Our business is making the best match between candidates and employers. We have helped hundreds of professionals advance in their Animal Health and Veterinary careers. That’s why we encourage you to contact us and tell us about your career goals. We will let you know if we come across a great job opportunity for you. At some point, we may have the perfect position for you, whether that’s next week, next month, or even next year. Regardless of the timing, building a relationship with The VET Recruiter can help you to grow you Animal Health career or Veterinary career in the best way possible.

Click here for more information regarding how to work with The VET Recruiter.

Click here to see examples of The VET Recruiter’s placements. These are all examples of real positions we have filled in the Animal Health industry and Veterinary profession.

We’re eager to hear about your needs and how we can help you. Contact us today for more information about The VET Recruiter’s services for candidates by calling (918) 488-3901 or (800) 436-0490 or by sending an email to stacy@thevetrecruiter.com.