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Coastal Animal Hospital is a full service veterinary facility conveniently located in Encinitas. We strive to
offer the best medicine in the most stress-free environment possible. Do you consider yourself the best
at what you do? Does Coastal sound like where you belong? We are always looking for qualified
candidates to join our phenomenal team. When submitting your resume and application, be sure to let
us know a bit about yourself and why Coastal Animal Hospital needs you.
We offer competitive pay packages that include:
- paid vacation
- health care benefits
- sick leave
- pet benefits
- continuing education
- uniform allowance
- free access to the Pacific Ocean (just a few steps away) for your enjoyment during your lunch hour or after work
- unlimited giggling once you realize how great of a work-life situation you have found yourself in
Download a copy of our application here: Employment Application
Once completed, feel free to drop off your resume and application directly to us, mail it in, or email it to our hospital manager: email@example.com
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