If you’re passionate about caring for animals, pride yourself on great communication with co-workers and customers, and are enthusiastic about a career in veterinary medicine, we want to talk to you! We encourage you to apply to one of our open positions.


To submit an application, send an email directly to hadlockvc@mypm.vet with your resume attached or apply through indeed.com.


Open Positions:

Associate DVM

Hadlock Veterinary Clinic is in Port Hadlock, Washington, a small town on the Olympic Peninsula. We are at the foot of the Olympic Mountains and on the Puget Sound with every activity an outdoor enthusiast could want! Our clinic is looking for someone who is ready to take on an established client base in a full-time capacity. New grads are welcome and encouraged to apply!

Our clinic is a state-of-the-art small animal practice with an emphasis on Fear Free techniques. We offer digital x-ray (including dental), ultrasound, in-house lab, and therapeutic laser services. Our facility also houses separate dental and surgical suites with paperless recordkeeping.

We are searching for a motivated and compassionate veterinarian to care for our community’s patients and awesome clients! With an experienced group of senior DVM’s, we can provide mentorship and guidance. We are also proud of our collegial approach and greatly value the opportunity to collaborate on cases.

Our hospital operates 7:30am – 6pm Monday through Friday. A typical work week consists of four, 10-hour days with the opportunity for flexible scheduling.

Available to our ideal candidate is a generous salary (non-production practice) and a variety of benefits including:

  • Signing bonus and/or relocation assistance, commensurate with experience
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance with shared premiums
  • Practice-sponsored short-term disability and life insurance
  • 401(k) eligibility with employer match
  • Paid time-off for personal use and to attend continuing education
  • Annual continuing education allowance
  • Coverage in our AVMA PLIT policy
  • Reimbursement of all licensure and DEA fees
  • Reimbursement of professional membership dues

In addition to extensive outdoor activities including hiking, camping, mountain climbing, kayaking, and whale watching, Port Hadlock and the surrounding areas offer a variety of cultural activities. Be sure to check out the public theatre, local film festivals, and monthly Art Walk! For a quick getaway, a short ferry ride will take you to downtown Seattle to enjoy big city amenities.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: From $95,000.00 per year


  • 401(k)
  • 401(k) matching
  • Dental insurance
  • Disability insurance
  • Employee discount
  • Flexible schedule
  • Health insurance
  • Health savings account
  • Life insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Professional development assistance
  • Relocation assistance
  • Vision insurance


  • 10-hour shifts (1 hour lunch)
  • Day shift
  • Monday-Friday (4 days, 10hr shifts)

Supplemental pay types:

  • Bonus pay based on quarterly clinic production
  • Signing bonus

Education: Doctorate (Required)

Work Location: One location- Port Hadlock, Wa

  • Company’s Facebook page: www.facebook.com/hadlockvet
  • Benefit Conditions: The waiting period may apply
    Please submit resume to hadlockvc@mypm.vet Attn: Jennifer Brinton, PM

    Licensed Veterinary Technician

    Hadlock Veterinary Clinic is a busy small animal practice located in Port Hadlock, WA and we’re growing! We need Licensed Veterinary Technicians who are looking to find a home and be a part of the wonderful changes we have in store.

    Our LVT’s play a vital role as the veterinarian’s primary medical support. They begin examination procedures, assist doctors with diagnostics, jump in to assess and assist with emergencies, and provide various duties of dental and surgical procedures. They, additionally, support the veterinarians in achieving greater efficiency by relieving them of technical work and administrative responsibilities.

    Position Requirements:

    • High school diploma or equivalent.
    • Veterinary Technician License (LVT) required.
    • Experienced LVT’s and new grads considered.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Can provide compassionate care to patients and clients.
    • Can conduct oneself in a confident and professional manner even when stressed and/or focused on individual tasks.
    • Can legibly keep accurate medical records in accordance hospital policy.
    • Can prepare and maintain the exam rooms and treatment areas.
    • Can perform physical assessments, record observations legibly in files or computer.
    • Can effectively restrain pets even when large or difficult.
    • Understands all common vaccinations and vaccination protocols and can explain to clients.
    • Understands the importance of a clean and orderly facility, does not hesitate to clean, or organize as part of a normal job duty.
    • Maintains positive, cooperative relationships with other employees.
    • Can handle client’s medical questions with confidence and direct questions to veterinarians when appropriate.
    • Can prepare estimates for procedures and discuss financial commitments with clients supporting hospital financial policies.
    • Can explain necessary follow-up and homecare instructions.
    • Understands usage, dosage, and common side-effects for commonly used prescription drugs and can readily explain them to the clients.
    • Can maintain an appropriate inventory of all medical supplies as determined by the inventory control system.
    • Can assist the veterinarian in medical, surgical, and dental procedures; prepares patients for surgery; administers anesthesia; monitors patients during surgery and recovery; administers fluids.
    • Can properly care for all surgical materials; keep the operating room properly stocked and prepared for surgery.
    • Can perform emergency procedures such as control of bleeding, resuscitation with oxygen, opening airways, and external cardiac massage.
    • Can give SQ, IM and IV injections.
    • Can perform clinical laboratory procedures such as fecal flotation exams, heartworm checks, skin scrapings, urinalysis, and fungal cultures; draws blood for laboratory analysis; maintains file of lab test results and ensures that test results are recorded in patient records.
    • Can effectively position for and take radiographs.
    • Can perform electrocardiograms.
    • Can place IV catheters and properly care for them. Understands the use and care of IV pumps as well.
    • Knows common disease states and can alert veterinarians when symptoms change or when concerns arise with hospitalized patients.
    • Can prepare a patient and the machine for an ultrasound procedure.
    • Can admit patients following hospital policy and doctors written orders.
    • Can discharge patients based on the veterinarian’s orders, ensuring that patients are well groomed and in a medically appropriate state.

    Physical Effort:

    • Work requires lifting and carrying pets and equipment weighing up to 40 lbs., unassisted
    • Requires sitting and standing for extended periods of time.

    Working conditions:

      May be exposed to unpleasant odors, noises, and animal feces.
      May be exposed to bites, scratches, and contagious diseases.

    Job Type: Full-time


    • 401(k)
    • 401(k) matching
    • Dental insurance
    • Disability insurance
    • Employee discount
    • Flexible schedule
    • Health insurance
    • Life insurance
    • Paid time off
    • Professional development assistance
    • Vision insurance


    • 10 hour shift
    • Day shift
    • Monday to Friday


    • High school or equivalent


    • Veterinary Experience: 1 year (Preferred)
    • License/Certification:
    • Veterinary Technician Certification