Why Work Here?

Here at Colorado Equine and Small Animal clinic, we put the well-being of our staff first. We value the life-work balance our employees need and do everything in our power to ensure that
they have that balance they need. By respecting these boundaries and taking care of our staff, they are able to come to work and give our patients the highest quality of care. In addition to providing the life-work balance our staff needs, we have created our hiring process to not only account for applicants’ experience but also their attitude. We have been deliberately hiring based on attitude first, then experience for quite some time. This shift has adjusted our culture to be more team-oriented and provided the support our staff needs to thoroughly complete their work.

Who We Hire:

We are looking for team players who are highly motivated, positive, and passionate individuals who love coming to work each and every day and who are consistently motivated to learn, improve, and grow in their careers so that they can better provide care for the animals treated at our clinic. We want individuals who have a passion for not only the animals they care for but also for providing the highest quality of care to their patient’s owners. If you want to be a part of our team apply below!

What We Offer!

Our employees are the most important part of our clinic! We strive to allow for an excellent work-life balance to give our employees the best work environment they can have.

1) Compensation

  • Competitive Wages
  • Paid Vacation and Personal Time
  • Paid Holidays

2) Healthcare

  • Medical & Dental Benefits

3) Employee Benefits

  • Flexible Schedule
  • 401K Matching
  • Uniform Stipend
  • Veterinary Service Discounts
  • Continuing Education Stipends

4) Community

  • Staff appreciation lunches
  • Team building activities
  • Opportunities for advancement

5) Professional Growth

  • Assistance with professional licensing and degrees
  • Opportunities to develop your career as you envision it

6) Continuing Education

  • Opportunities for continuing education for our veterinarians, technicians, vet assistants and office staff

Open Positions

Small Animal Veterinarian

Our full-time veterinarians work 4 days per week on average and receive competitive compensation including health insurance, 401(k) matching, double the CE budget of most veterinary practices, and paid holidays and vacations. You will receive 2 weeks of paid vacation with as much as 2 additional weeks of time off if desired. There is potential future ownership available if desired as well as a signing bonus for a full-time hire. As our Small Animal Veterinarian, you will have the privilege to lead the Small Animal department in whatever way allows you to practice the best medicine while utilizing our well-practiced staff for mentoring as you grow in your veterinary career. The ideal candidate will enjoy the flexibility of being our small animal veterinarian; growing the department to their liking, while taking advantage of our already existing and rapidly growing client base as well as having the support of our established doctors.

Mixed Animal Veterinarian

Our full-time veterinarians work 4 days per week on average and receive competitive compensation including health insurance, 401(k) matching, double the CE budget of most veterinary practices, and paid vacations. You will receive 2 weeks of paid vacation with as much as 2 additional weeks of time off if desired. There is potential future ownership available if desired as well as a signing bonus for a full-time hire. As our Mixed Animal Veterinarian, you will have the privilege to work between the Small Animal and Equine departments and experience the varying caseload. Our mixed animal veterinarian will work alongside our established doctors and be able to utilize them through a mentorship program if so desired. Our ideal candidate will be able to be on call up to two weekends a month for equine emergencies, enjoy the flexibility of working a varying case load, and be driven to help the business grow.

Small Animal Certified Veterinary Technician

As a small animal technician, you will be responsible for checking clients in for appointments, drawing blood, administering vaccines, running technician appointments, and assisting the Small Animal Veterinarian with whatever needs to be done. Our ideal candidate will have 2-3 years of experience as a CVT, be comfortable performing anesthesia, performing dental cleanings, and assisting with all small animal surgeries. This position requires a positive, can-do attitude, attention to detail, avid record-keeping skills, customer service skills, and computer literacy.

Equine Certified Veterinary Technician

As an Equine Technician, you will be responsible for patient care, assisting with equine appointments, barn maintenance and cleanliness, and other equine care as directed by the Equine Veterinarians. Our ideal candidate will have 3-5 years of equine handling experience, 2-3 years minimum of experience as a CVT, be comfortable performing proper horse handling, stall cleaning, and other miscellaneous tasks as needed. This position requires attention to detail, avid record-keeping skills, computer literacy, and customer service skills.

Veterinary Assistant

As a Veterinary Assistant, you will be responsible for assisting the veterinarian and technicians with various appointments and tasks throughout the day. You will be responsible for patient care, stall maintenance, clinic cleaning, record keeping, and other tasks as needed by the veterinary staff. As a veterinary assistant, you may be asked to assist with the front desk to assist with answering phones, responding to emails, keeping up with client needs, and various record keeping. This position requires attention to detail, avid record-keeping skills, customer service skills, flexibility, computer literacy, and the ability to take initiative on miscellaneous tasks

Customer Service Representative

Our customer service representatives (CSR) are responsible for most client communication and record-keeping. You will be responsible for answering phones, responding to emails, checking in appointments, stocking inventory, record keeping, and other miscellaneous office duties. This position requires attention to detail, avid record-keeping skills, quality customer service skills, computer literacy, and flexibility. The ideal candidate would have a minimum of 2-3 years of customer service experience in the veterinary field.

Ready to Apply?

Employment Application

1. Complete the employment application
2. Send the completed application, your resume and cover letter to wellness@coequine.com
3. Title the subject line “Attn: Hiring Manager – ‘Put the name of the position you are applying for here‘”

Hiring Process:

1. Phone Interview – If you are a good fit the hiring manager will reach out to you to set up a brief phone interview to answer questions and hear more about your interest in working at our clinic
2. In-person formal Interview – This interview will take place with the hiring manager at the clinic and will typically be between 30 minutes and 1 hour
3. In-person informal Interview – This interview will give you an opportunity to see a day in the life at our clinic and give you a chance to meet our staff. You will be informally interviewed by senior staff members during this day-long experience.
4. Job Offer – If you are a good fit our hiring manager will send you a job offer letter for your signature
5. Onboarding Process – Once the job offer letter has been signed your start date and paperwork will be completed
6. Hired! – Training Process – Day one, training begins!

Contact Us:
Main Office: (303) 791-4747
General Email: wellness@coequine.com

Address:
9616 W. Titan Road
Littleton, CO 80125

Clinic Hours of Operation:
Mon – Fri 8AM – 5PM