PetCure Oncology, one of the most exciting, innovative and fastest-growing veterinary oncology providers in the country, is looking for unique, highly energized, compassionate leaders to grow with our rapidly expanding team. We are looking for the very best. Be part of a great team delivering exceptional medicine and the very best care!
PetCure Oncology specializes in the delivery of veterinary radiation therapy. That includes stereotactic radiation (SRS/SRT), a standard of care in human oncology that has recently become available to pets. We partner with specialty veterinary hospitals across the country to develop and operate cancer care centers featuring market-leading clinicians, technology and clinical resources.
Beyond our clinical offering, PetCure Oncology commits unconditionally to delivering industry-leading cancer care to pets and unyielding support to the families that love them. Our mission is to provide pet families with support, knowledge and access to comprehensive and compassionate cancer care. We share the cancer journey with our patients and their families and believe they deserve the very best in clinical expertise and progressive treatment options.
PetCure is always seeking incredible talent for our existing and new locations. Below you will see positions listed that we are recruiting for often.
To apply, complete the submission form below or look on Indeed.com for Active Listings.
- Board Certified Veterinary Radiation Oncologist – This position requires a board-certified radiation oncologist, or a radiation oncology resident on track to complete the board certification process, for a specialty veterinary practice expanding its existing oncology service to include radiation therapy and stereotactic radiation (SRS/SRT). The primary roles of the radiation oncologist are to oversee all clinical care within the radiation oncology department at their local hospital, act as PetCure Oncology’s lead clinician within the regional veterinary community, and actively participate in national company-wide initiatives.
- Veterinary Technicians – This position requires a licensed veterinary technician with 3 years of experience, preferably some exposure to oncology or the desire to develop more knowledge in treating cancer for pets. The primary role of the veterinary technician is to operate as the primary liaison between the client, doctor, and clinical staff for the day’s activities, administer pharmaceuticals and anesthesia as prescribed by the Doctor of Record, and generate and explain treatment estimates and invoices to clients.
- Radiation Therapist – Full Time and PRN – This position requires a licensed radiation therapist (RT). The primary role of the RT is to administer radiation treatments, including stereotactic radiation (SRS/SRT), to canine and feline patients under the supervision of a board-certified veterinary radiation oncologist. Additional responsibilities include compassionate patient care, anesthesia induction and monitoring, excellent client care, and a high level of communication and teamwork.