We are looking for a full or part-time veterinarian who has a passion for treating non-traditional animals in a non-traditional education organization. Patients are primarily exotic pets. Responsibilities involve educating students of all ages and abilities in natural history, medicine, and care- both in and out of the exam room. New graduates eligible.
The Centers are two wildlife centers and hospitals in metro Boston- New England Wildlife Center- and Cape Cod- Cape Wildlife Center. Both Centers employ veterinary teams. We train middle school, high school, undergraduate, graduate, veterinary, incarcerated and challenged students in care-based science education about wildlife, zoo, and exotic animal natural history, medicine and biology.
About New England Wildlife Centers
The nonprofit New England Wildlife Centers (NEWCs) operates wildlife veterinary hospitals in metro Boston and on Cape Cod. NEWCs runs a commercial exotics practice, the Odd Pet Vet. Equally important to veterinary care to animals is the education of children and under-served and/or disenfranchised populations and the inclusion of, and outreach to, the community. Veterinarians at NEWC are also educators and are needed to participate in the function of the entire mission.
We train middle school, high school, undergraduate, graduate, veterinary, incarcerated, and challenged students in care-based science education about wildlife, zoo, and exotic animal natural history, medicine and biology.
The Center is a dynamic and growing organization. We treat 400 different types of species, involve students from all over the world in our work, keep our egos low and our expectations of ourselves high.