Are you searching for a privately owned practice that believes in providing high-quality, individualized care to its patients? Do you dream of a place where you can enjoy coming to work each day? Does the thought of working with the latest veterinary medicine tools excite you? Great! We may have the perfect opportunity for you!
Privately owned and operated, Kennedy’s Animal Clinic, has been proudly serving the Kansas City, Missouri community since 2011. Experience downtown Kansas City where you can enjoy the Kansas City Zoo, Kansas Speedway, or the Nelson Art Gallery. Looking for an outdoor adventure? Take a stroll or bike on the Rock Island Trail that is over 144 miles long. With a thriving art, food, and craft beer scene, there are so many places to stop in and enjoy. Searching for a group activity? Catch a Kansas City Royals or Chiefs game and cheer on the local teams. Whether it is peace and quiet, or busy city life, you get the best of both worlds living in the Kansas City community!
Here at Kennedy’s Animal Clinic, our mission is simple: “We want to love on and take care of your pet.” Our staff is extremely passionate about animals and the care they receive. We are not your typical bottom-line corporate practice, but instead a privately owned practice who has built a reputation for being a trusted partner in a pet’s life. Our clinic supports the evolution of technology and medicine. We are equipped with the latest technology to treat a pet and are always looking to expand our equipment to provide the best in veterinary care. We are known in the community for providing soft tissue surgeries and love to teach and mentor on procedures. Our clinic fosters a relaxed atmosphere filled with strong communication skills, jokes, and laughter. Not only do we work hard, we have fun while doing it. If you are looking to grow your skill set while laughing and having fun, then we might be the place for you!
What You’ll Be Working On
Build and maintain client relationships
Diagnose, treat and manage a variety of small companion animal cases
Provide education to clients and staff on recommendations and choices in care
Maintain a positive work environment
Guide, utilize, and mentor exceptional support staff
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from an accredited program required
Be licensed or able to be licensed in the state of Missouri
Routine surgical, dentistry, and general wellness care experience preferred