Hampton Roads Veterinary Hospice is honored you are considering employment with our unique service. We are a small company with a big heart and we are always looking for compassionate, highly skilled personnel to join our team. Below is a list of our positions. While we may not have any openings in your area of interest now, we always welcome resumes and will surely reach out if an opening presents.
To apply, please send a cover letter expressing why you feel you would be a good fit for our team along with an up-to-date resume highlighting those jobs demonstrating your strengths in end-of-life work. Submit via email to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line: Job Application Submission. We will respond quickly to let you know it has been received and indicate if any openings exist at present time. If not, we will file your sumission away as a future resource. Thank you for your interest.
Veterinary Associate - Now Hiring!
This position is for licensed veterinarians interested in mobile house calls focused on palliative care, hospice, and euthanasia services. Our veterinarians exude compassion, are confident in their technical and communication skills, and are able to work on their own. We have a strong team spirit and invite those of you with a passion to help the sick, elderly, and dying patients while emotionally supporting caregivers too. Our veterinarians must have the ability to work evenings, weekends, and overnight on-call shifts. Click here for more information.
Hospice Care Coordinator
Our hospice care coordinators are on the phones helping families with decision making and scheduling appointments for our wonderful doctors. They answer phone calls, help with supply ordering, assist with ongoing client communication, and much more. The care coordinator position is open to those with strong and compassionate communication skills, amazing attention to detail, and a willingness to help with important office tasks.
Cremation Care Coordinator
Our cremation care coordinators ensure that each pet in our care, after saying goodbye to his or her family, is treated with respect and love throughout the cremation process. They keep track of each individual pet until the ashes can be returned home to his or her loving family. The cremation care coordinator position is open to those with strong and compassionate communication skills, amazing attention to detail, and a willingness to help with important office tasks.