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Immediate Opening: Veterinary Radiologist – Austin, TX
Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging of Texas (VDIT) is seeking a board certified or board eligible radiologist to join our growing practice.
We are seeking a self-motivated individual with excellent communication skills and the desire to engage in collaborative relationships with general practitioners.
About Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging of Texas
VDIT is a radiologist owned and operated company that provides high quality, mobile ultrasound services to general practices, specialty practices and emergency clinics in the Austin area. In addition, VDIT conducts monthly radiology rounds at local practices, provides radioactive iodine therapy for hyperthyroid cats and has a growing teleradiology service (small animal radiographs, CT and MR).
Compensation includes generous production-based pay, a complete package of benefits (401K with company contributions, health insurance, disability insurance, liability insurance, CE stipend, and professional dues), and a relocation allowance. An experienced administrative assistant handles all scheduling, report distribution and billing to allow our radiologists to focus on imaging and work efficiently.
Moving to Austin
In 2010, Kiplinger named Austin as the number one city for business in the next decade. That has held true, and this year Forbes ranked Austin as the fastest growing city in the United States. It’s not hard to see why! With a low unemployment rate and job growth expected to continue, Austin is home to some of the largest (and smallest) companies that lead the way in innovation. Not only famous for great business, Austin represents the best in music and entertainment, boasting some of the largest events in the country, including SXSW, Formula 1 and Austin City Limits. Opportunities are endless, and from foodie to outdoorsman, whatever you’re seeking, Austin is undoubtedly the best place to be.
Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging of Texas
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