Mission: We understand the special bond between pets and people. The caring and compassionate veterinary teams at Banfield will help ensure your pet stays with your family longer.
Before we open a new hospital, we give back to the local community. Our 1,000th hospital grand opening was no different. So proud of our team for delivering free veterinary services-- valued at nearly $25k-- to five shelters in the Franklin/Nashville, TN area!—30+ days ago
Compelled by the desire to make a better world for pets, all associates are called to contribute to our practice through their own expertise, skill and passion. But regardless of our roles, we support one another so that together, we can support our clients with world-class veterinary care.
We truly believe that we can continue to raise the bar for pet health care. From the front desks and exam rooms to our home office in Portland, Oregon, every Banfield associate contributes to our mission.
- Practice Managers
- Veterinary Assistants
- Client Service Coordinators
Learn more about our career paths and opportunities.
Working at Banfield
Supporting our clients means supporting our associates. We’ve built a structure that includes leadership and support at the hospital level, in the field and at our Corporate headquarters, all with one goal in mind: to help you focus on delivering quality care for all pets and compassionate experiences for all pet owners.
We offer a collaborative, team-oriented environment and are committed to developing our associates, offering a healthy work/life balance and giving back to the communities where we live, work and play.
Banfield believes in rewarding our associates for their dedication and commitment to bettering the lives of pets and their people. That’s why we offer a competitive compensation package and a full range of benefits that promotes healthy living, financial security and peace of mind. Benefits include:
Learn more about the benefits of working with Banfield.
Our mission of making a better world for pets extends beyond our clients and our hospital walls. We are committed to using our resources to improve the wellness of pets, communities, our fellow associates and the veterinary profession as a whole.
From our disaster relief efforts to our participation in the Mars Volunteer Program, we strive to help all pets get the care they deserve.
I have been working at Banfield Pet Hospital part-time (More than a year)
I have a great team that has open communication. On stressful days we say what we mean and everyone is understanding of being stressed, flustered and overwhelmed and we do our best to help each other out. There is no drama, we communicate our goals, time limits, and everyone, EVERYONE, has a voice in our hospital. I personally believe that my team wants to be there, we appreciate each other and what we do so the environment is always positive, uplifting and a great learning environment. I have great Doctors who are willing to answer questions I may have in why they choose certain treatment options (For learning purposes) The learning opportunities are endless. Lots of personal and professional growth available for those willing to learn.
Wellness plans are not meant for everyone. Most clients feel "pressured" or don't fully understand what they are signing up for. Also, on the other side of the spectrum, people sign up for the wellness plan and then don't use them.
I applied online. I interviewed at Banfield Pet Hospital.
Interview process was thorough, but went quickly. The day after I submitted my resume I was contacted by a recruiter. The next week I spoke with the recruiter who asked basic questions about my skills and experience and a couple behavioral questions. Next step was an interview with the field supervisor two days later. Same format as recruiter interview except with more behavioral interview questions. Third step was a 2 hour clinic visit the following week hosted by the Chief of Staff. Fourth step was an interview with the P&O co-pilot, who asked more behavioral questions that were getting at leadership and management skills. Final step was another clinic visit, but this was because the field supervisor wanted to meet me in person because they weren't able to be there during the first clinic visit. The field supervisor was very friendly and very open and transparent about the challenges facing the particular clinic I would be working in. Two days later I received an offer for the position.
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