No Down Time!

Fast-paced environment. Detail-oriented work. Growing, scaling company. Awesome co-workers. If these things sound like they’re up your alley, consider becoming an Scheduling Manager at IndeVets.

Our Scheduling Manager runs point on coordinating schedules between our Partner Hospitals and our Associate Veterinarians who serve them. The job includes a wide variety of responsibilities including the managing of client shift requests, onboarding new hospitals to our platform, coordinating veterinarian schedules, and much more. You get to work with some pretty awesome folks too--the Senior Scheduling Manager, Chief Operating Officer, Chief Medical Officer, and the best Associate Veterinarians around!

If that doesn't keep you busy enough, tickle your analytical side with data management, data mining, and reporting on various scheduling and shift trends. We have a wealth of data that drives our business and you'll need to optimize it. Since you will be on the front lines of scheduling, you’ll identify, monitor, assess, and report on key trends of our operations.

If we've kept you reading this far, chances are you might be a great match for this position. You must have previous experience in a high transaction volume position. Our Associate Veterinarians work on average 1,800 hours a week and you will keep track of all the variances / nuances. Experience in a customer-service oriented position is helpful. Attention to detail with the ability to juggle multiple priorities in a fast-paced environment is required. Proficiency with Excel is a must. Oh, and you need to be willing to grow with us by taking on additional duties as requested.

A great team with important work isn't the only reason to become an IndeVet! You’ll also earn competitive pay and the following benefits:

  • Medical Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Short-Term Disability Insurance
  • Long-Term Disability Insurance
  • Paid-Time Off
  • Continuing Education allowance (includes additional PTO)
  • 401(k) contribution with 100% employer match up to the first 4% with no vesting period

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IndeVets is a fast-paced Philadelphia-based veterinarian staffing company that is disrupting the animal health services market by providing new solutions that allow veterinarians to take back control of their schedules and lives, while helping animal hospitals finally solve their staffing challenges.  In just our third year of business, we have more than 70 veterinarians on staff and are growing by 100 percent per year.  IndeVets manages its business via a proprietary shift-management portal for our doctors and hospitals. Go to to learn more about our fast-growing company!

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