IndeVets is seeking a self-motivated inside sales to support the company’s partner hospital relationship management. This person will report to the Director of Business Development with the goals of communicating and identifying partner hospital staffing needs in existing and expansion markets. The right candidate will have a clear understanding of tele-sales in animal health and/or staffing industries and affiliated customer support. This is a great position for an independent professional looking to grow his or her career with a fast-paced, innovative veterinary staffing company.

Job Responsibilities

  • Communicate with partner hospitals to provide excellent customer service
  • Actively engage target clients in new & existing markets to build rapport
  • Maintain existing hospital partnerships
  • Collaborate with IndeVets Scheduling and Clinical teams to best serve partner hospitals
  • Achieve monthly, quarterly, and annual partner hospital objectives
  • Communicate the IndeVet solution through phone, email, and on-site visits to target client hospitals
  • Support IndeVets efforts to achieve positive customer experience for all partner hospitals
  • Focus and collaborate with the account development team to onboard new partner hospitals in the appropriate territories consistent with company needs
  • Attend partner hospital events (dinners, speaking engagements, etc.) to build the IndeVet brand identity
  • Utilize the company’s customer relationship management software to track all interactions with customers
  • Plan and explore new, innovative ways to identify, connect and support partner hospitals


  • 1+ years in customer service or similar role. Animal health experience strongly preferred.
  • Superior communications skills
  • Excellent computer proficiency with MS Office, CRM technology experience a plus
  • Associates degree in business, marketing, or related field

Compensation & Benefits

  • Base compensation commensurate with experience, plus success-based commission
  • Healthcare, vision, and dental insurance
  • Paid Time Off
  • Short- and long-term disability
  • Company-paid life insurance
  • 401k (100 percent match up to 4%)

IndeVets is a fast-paced, Philadelphia-based veterinary staffing company that is disrupting the animal health services market by professionalizing veterinary staffing. IndeVets utilizes its unique business model and proprietary scheduling platform to bring together the nation’s best veterinarians & top tier animal hospitals to deliver what matters most in animal care - happy, healthy doctors that provide the best care.

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