Dynamic Clinic • Rewarding Career • Great Community
A glimpse into how our clinic is managed, and who is at the helm guiding the clinic throughout the day. Dr. Christine Murdoch (clinic owner and lead Veterinarian) started her practice in 1991 out of the back of her truck. In 1993 she built a brick-and-mortar clinic and in 2003 expanded to include the current reception area, exam rooms, and large animal bay. We look after dogs cats and horses, offering routine and emergency care. Currently, Dr. Murdoch has a primary mentorship role, she has a passion for inspiring and teaching those that want a career in veterinary medicine. In addition to her passion for mentoring she is always seeking/researching new equipment and protocols to ensure our clinic is current with existing and emerging modalities. She recalls when she was a new vet, she wanted to create a clinic that took the time to explain things to clients. She had a longing to be more than a practitioner, she wanted to create a sustainable business whose clients were like family and where the Vets had the time to build relationships and explain treatments and diagnosis to them…. this is a dream she has fulfilled with her clinic.
Currently we are actively recruiting for the following positions
- Small Animal and Equine Vet
- Small Animal Vet
- Emergency Vet
- Registered Veterinary Technicians
Applying is easy, please use the form on this page or to learn more about the available positions please email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
As an employee of Murdoch Vet you can expect
- Quality mentorship
- Up to date technology and diagnostic tools including ultrasound, digital radiology, hematology, ECG, endoscopy, etc.
- Extended health and dental benefits package, plus generous pet benefits
- Annual CE credit allowance
- Flexible schedule – we are a HUGE advocate for work/life balance
- Great team environment
A little bit about our community
Prince George is an urban community offering vast indoor and outdoor recreation opportunities, culture, shopping, and post-secondary learning. We boost numerous well-used and maintained mountain bike parks/trails. In addition, there are bountiful hiking and walking trails in and around the city. There are active canine and equine communities with lots of opportunities to learn and grow. We have 2 post-secondary options, the College of New Caledonia and the University of Northern BC. The University of Northern BC has been ranked as one of the top three small universities in Canada by McLeans for the last decade PLUS they have been ranked as an elite university worldwide by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings.
Get a taste of what Prince George can offer you!
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