Careers and Externships


Looking for a Career or Externship in Specialty Veterinary Medicine?

Nashville Veterinary Specialists is a young, but well-established and growing 24-hour emergency and specialty veterinary practice. Due to rapid growth and expansion, we are currently filling numerous full-time positions in our hospital. We offer extremely competitive salaries and outstanding benefits, to include health, dental and vision insurance, annual uniform allowance, and discounts on products and services. We have a strong commitment to the environment and practice recycling and composting, and use solar-powered energy for our hospital. Our focus centers on the human-animal bond, and providing outstanding patient care and stellar customer service.  If you are looking for a career or externship in specialty veterinary medicine, please contact us.

We recently expanded our facility to 16,000 square-feet. Our outstanding team uses state of the art equipment to provide compassionate patient care.

Interested candidates should forward their resumes to Resumes@NashvilleVetSpecialists.com. Indicate the position(s) for which you are applying.

Important: Final offers of employment will be contingent upon information received from drug screen and criminal background check for all positions.

Current Job Openings

Triage Technician

Internal Medicine Technician – Licensed Veterinary Technicians required

Neurology Technician – Licensed Veterinary Technicians required

ICU Technicians – Both Day and Evening Shifts available – Licensed Veterinary Technicians preferred

ER Technicians – Both Day and Evening Shifts available – Licensed Veterinary Technicians preferred

Veterinary Technician’s Assistant – Both Day and Evening Shifts available

Client Experience Manager

Client Care Coordinator – 3 Positions

Patient Care Manager – 3 Positions

Client Services Representative – Both Day and Evening Shifts available

Veterinary Externships

Required for all positions

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the primary functions of each of these jobs. While performing the duties of any of these positions, the employee is frequently required to bend, stand, stoop, walk, sit, talk, and listen; may be required to walk or stand for long periods of time; will use hands to manipulate, handle, or feel; will reach with hands and arms. The employee is often required to lift and carry animals weighing fifty pounds or more; handle dogs weighing up to 150 pounds.