Our Vet & Pet Jobs Marketplace has been designed and developed to make it very easy for you to create a Job Campaign. Plus we have Step By Step Video Guides which includes a downloadable Job Campaign Worksheet, Sample Job Campaigns, a very helpful blog article on How To Write The Perfect Veterinary Job Campaign and we even offer a Job Campaign Copy Writing Service.
But, in case you need some additional guidance, here are some Frequently Asked Questions and our answers. And of course, if you need further information please Contact Us and we will be happy to assist you.
Do you offer support or assistance by phone?
We’ve set up our pricing structure to stay pretty lean and with our global team, it just makes more sense to handle all our support through email – you can reach us for support or assistance via our Contact Us form or directly via email@example.com
While we don’t offer phone support, we’ve made customer service a huge priority here at Vet & Pet Jobs and you’ll find our email support fast, effective and friendly!
Are there any additional costs of fees to post a Job Campaign?
No. Sometimes we Love saying NO…
We are not an HR or Recruitment Firm so once you have placed your Job Campaign and paid your marketing fee there are no additional costs to publish your Job Campaign.
How long will my Job Campaign be live?
Your Job Campaign will be live for 28 days; you can close the Job Campaign early or extend the Job Campaign for a further 28 days at any time.
Can you help me to write a great Job Campaign?
Yes, we can! We do provide a Job Campaign Copy Writing Service.
Can I list generic multi-role or multi-location Job Campaigns?
No. No one likes to hear a hard “No”, and it’s rare for us to say that but…our experience, and the data, tells us that the best responses in terms of quality and volume are for specific jobs at specific locations – eg “Small Animal Veterinarian, London, UK” or “Veterinary Technician, Boston, USA” or “Specialist Small Animal Internal Medicine, Auckland, New Zealand” – in simplest terms candidates tell us and the clicks (or lack thereof) reaffirm that multi-role or multi-location Job Campaigns do not reach, engage or prompt candidates to act, primarily because that type of content does not resonate with them on a one-to-one basis.
In addition, the Search Engine and Social Media algorithms which drive the dominant interest in your Job Campaigns in our Veterinary Jobs Marketplace provide lesser visibility for generic multi-role or multi-location Job Campaigns because typically they don’t match the search terms used by searchers, terms that are always job-type and location-specific eg “vet jobs Dublin” or “veterinary technician jobs Seattle” or “emergency veterinarian jobs Sydney”. The same happens with their audience matching algorithms – they will never put an Emergency Vet Surgical Specialist job post in front of a Small Animal GP – and yes, they do know who has those interests and is a likely match.
So, yes, you do need to create your Job Campaigns around primary specific roles and locations and then, once you have a solid group of applicants, you can of course discuss other opportunities with them.
How long does it take for my Job Campaign to be published once I have paid?
A lot goes on “under the hood” once you submit you Job Campaign. Real people on our team review the content, check for omissions and make minor tweaks to copy, polish the look and feel to make sure it presents well and check for compliance with rules around things like unintended discrimination. We also prep the video and that takes a bit of time to render nicely. And of course, it also depends on other Job Campaigns in the review queue. So, typically it is somewhere between two and twelve hours.
Can I be very specific about who I am looking for?
Oh dear, that’s our other hard “No”. You can itemise the skills, abilities and qualities of the person you are seeking to fill a role, but around the world, there is a wide range of laws, rules and guidelines that have been put in place to ensure that every potential team member is treated equally regardless of their unique situation or circumstances. Most of us know the obvious ones like gender and ethnicity but there are others that cover areas such as prior convictions, relationships, family and age which are also not permitted in most jurisdictions – for example, it may come as a surprise that it is considered inappropriate to specify “experience” as a criterion as this has implications about age. We apply a common approach worldwide and will advise you when we have made a minor modification to your Job Campaign copy to remove any discriminatory text prior to publishing or on very rare occasions we will withhold publication and advise you of the solution required to meet our publishing standard. This is of course in your best interests as well as ours.
Here at Vet & Pet Jobs, our vet jobs Campaigns reach across the complete range of veterinary jobs – Veterinarian jobs, Associate Veterinarian jobs, Emergency Veterinarian jobs, Veterinary Technician jobs, Locum Relief Veterinarian jobs and many more. Browse by job type, state or city and click through to each Job Campaign for all the details plus each one has a quick video to help you drill down to the key elements in each veterinary job to help you decide on which ones to apply for.
Job Seekers can register and create daily or weekly Job Alerts to notify you when new career opportunities are posted. So, whether you are looking for veterinary jobs in Los Angeles, California or Seattle, Washington or Miami, Florida or New York City, New York and all points in between, you can find the best veterinary jobs for your next career step.
And for Veterinary Hospitals and Vet Clinics, you can find the best veterinary professionals – GP Veterinarians, Emergency Vets, Associate DVM’s, Vet Techs and Relief Vets and Techs – across the USA and Canada, and build your team – register as an Employer and post your Job Campaign today.
Looking farther afield? Then it’s time to explore Veterinary Jobs in the UK and Europe or our Veterinary Jobs in Australia, New Zealand and Asia.