Multiple requisitions leaving you spread too thin?

Recruiting is a bit like cooking – you’re tasked with serving up the perfect meal for each hungry client. Easy-peasy – if your clients all order hamburgers.

But what happens when client A wants a hamburger, client B wants tacos, and client C wants spaghetti and meatballs? Suddenly, you have triple the ingredients, 5 pots on the stove, and the fire alarm going off to boot.

The fire alarm is in your head. It’s telling you that you have too much on your plate.

Step away from the stove, and consider: What if you could just make hamburgers? Focus on finding the ideal meat-to-cheese ratio, the fluffiest bun, the juiciest pickle?

That’s exactly what you’ll do at IndeVets.

We’re looking for a motivated Candidate Success Coordinator to help us grow our company.

In this role, you will shepherd candidates through the entire interview process. In addition, you’ll actively source new veterinarians to work in our partner hospitals. This is an opportunity to become an expert on what makes veterinarians sign on the dotted line. Because there are more open veterinary jobs across the U.S. than there are veterinarians to fill them, you’ll need to be savvy in leveraging the best recruiting tools to source the best talent.

You’ll be supported in your role by the Head of HR and the Chief Growth Officer, who will help manage the regions in which you recruit new doctors and will assist with marketing to make finding new docs easier.

Did we mention we have great benefits? Specifically:

  • 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

You’re the ideal candidate if you have 3 or more years of recruiting experience in a high-volume setting or have previous experience working in a veterinary practice. Bonus points if you know what it’s like to work in a fast-paced, growing company where things are ever-changing.

Get rid of the multi-requisition chaos. Submit your resume today! 


IndeVets is a fast-paced, Philadelphia-based, veterinarian staffing company, united by a mission to make veterinary medicine better. We hire great vets, compensate them well, and allow them to choose their own shifts from more than 1,00 best-in-class partner hospitals. In just our third year of business, we have nearly 100 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. Visit to learn more!


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