Job Opportunities

    Welcome to Hagyard Equine Medical Institute’s Career Center!

    The talent and dedication of Hagyard's veterinarians and its staff provide to client and patients alike a level of care unequaled anywhere in the industry. As an organization, we are committed to setting the standard for our profession as it relates to our mission, values and vision and believe the best way to ensure they are fulfilled is to treat our employees with the same high regard we have for our patients. This regard is reflected in a variety of ways, such as working environments, benefit plans and opportunities for training. We recognize that people are our most valuable asset and are grateful to the employees who chose to be part of Hagyard Equine Medical Institute.

    Discover your best career path at Hagyard Equine Medical Institute where 5 generations of the Hagyard family have practiced veterinary medicine, expanding it into one of the largest equine practices in the country as well as the oldest private-practice veterinary clinic in the world.

    Hagyard Equine Medical Institute offers both veterinary and non-veterinary career opportunities. Jobs are classified as full-time or part-time, non-seasonal or seasonal. Hagyard offers a competitive benefit package for full-time, non-seasonal jobs as well as many benefits for part-time, non-seasonal employees.

    For more information on our internship, externship, fellowship, and undergraduate programs please visit our Internships & Externships page.

    Posted below are job opportunities that are currently available at Hagyard. Inquiries may be directed to Betsy Walker at


    Performance Horse Veterinarian - Hagyard Equine Medical Institute has ONE temporary opening in Indiantown, FL to work approximately 12/13/2017 to 05/31/2018.
    Diagnose and treat performance horses. Examine horses to determine nature of disease or injury and treat horses or refer for surgical or medical care. Provide comprehensive services, therapies, and performance horse management. Evaluate conditions of performance horses and design and develop advanced treatment and rehabilitations programs. Perform conformation, physical, ophthalmic, dental, dermatologic, reproductive, flexion, and neurologic examinations on performance horses. Perform lameness diagnostics and treatments; provide digital radiography and endoscopy and analysis. Provide diagnostic ultrasonography, and nuclear scintigraphy procedures and analysis. Refer horses for Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Provide mobile services to clients. Inoculate horses against various diseases and disorders. Manage horses with chronic conditions, including arthritis and soreness unrelated to training. Instruct horse owners on pain management and joint supplement options. Perform surgeries, including myectomy and castration. Manage laboratory consisting of hematology, biochemistry, serum amyloid A and fibrinogen machines to help diagnose a range of conditions such as infection, colic and metabolic abnormalities. Provide Performance Horse work-out and post-race examinations. Instruct clients about bloodstock investments at yearling and two-year-olds in training sales. Advise horse owners about biosecurity programs, nutrition, and general care to promote health and wellness of horses. Design and monitor horse training programs.
    Fulltime - at least 50 hours per week (Tuesday-Sunday, 6:00AM-4:00PM; hours may vary depending on caseload).
    Paid bi-weekly, $41.32 per hour (overtime at $61.98 per hour). Employer will make all deductions from the worker's paycheck as required by law.
    Requires a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree from an American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) accredited school or a veterinary degree from a non-AVMA accredited foreign college if in conjunction with Education Commission for Foreign Veterinary Graduates (ECFVG) certificate.
    Requires 6 months of experience as a Performance Horse Veterinarian. Requires a minimum of 5 years of experience with high-performance horses.
    Must be licensed to practice veterinary medicine in Florida.
    The employer guarantees three-fourths of the total number of work hours beginning with the first workday after arrival of the worker or the advertised contractual first date of need, whichever is later, and ending on the expiration of the date specified in the work contract.
    If the worker completes 50% of the work contract period, employer will reimburse the worker for transportation and subsistence from the place of recruitment to the place of work.
    Upon completion of the work contract or where the worker is dismissed earlier, employer will provide or pay for worker's reasonable costs of return transportation and subsistence back home or to the place the worker originally departed to work, except where the worker will not return due to subsequent employment with another employer. The amount of transportation payment or reimbursement will be equal to the most economical and reasonable common carrier for the distances involved. Subsistence will be at least $12.07 per day of travel to a maximum of $51.00 per day with documentation of actual expenses. Employer will provide or pay the reasonable costs for lodging where lodging is necessary.
    Employer will reimburse worker in the first workweek for all visa, visa processing, border crossing, and other related fees, including those mandated by the government, incurred by the worker.
    The employer will provide workers at no charge all tools, supplies, and equipment required to perform the job, including X-ray, ultrasound, endoscope, and laboratory equipment.
    Employer will reimburse worker for reasonable costs of transportation between worksite and worker's temporary place of residence in the U.S.
    Benefits include: medical, dental, life, and long-term disability insurance; retirement benefits. 
    Apply for position through the local CareerSource Florida workforce agency office at:
    CareerSource Research Coast
    710 Southeast Central Parkway
    Stuart, FL 34994
    [Phone:] (866) 482-4473

    Barn Crew Team Member: Full-time; Saturday - Wednesday day shift - seeking an energetic individual that appreciates hard work and is flexible. Duties include, but not limited to, cleaning barns, mucking and disinfecting stalls, feeding, haying, watering, weed eating, and other maintenance duties as assigned. 

    Staff Accountant - full-time; Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. This position will be responsible for payroll processes including filing payroll taxes, bank reconcillations, maintain cash transactions, prepare monthly journal entries, assist with accounts payable processes and month end account analysis, inventory transactions and specials projects as assigned. Overtime required. Microsoft office or other advanced accounting system experience required. 

    Accounts Receivable Representative

    Main Office
    Full-time: Monday - Friday; 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. Assist the Accounts Receivable Administrator with collecting outstanding receivables through effective communications via phone, letter and email with both internal and external customers to facilitate the timely resolution of unpaid receivables. Must be organized, detail-oriented, able to multi-task, and interact with management, doctors, billing personnel, and clients handling various facets of accounts receivables daily. 

    Veterinary Technician

    McGee Medicine Center
    Full-time: Night Shift: 11:30 p.m. - 7:30 a.m. quine experience necessary; hospital experience preferred.  

    Veterinary Assistant

    Davidson Surgery Center
    Seasonal Full-time: Tuesday - Saturday, Day shift. Duties include preparation of induction/recovery stalls prior to and between surgeries, organization and cleaning of adjacent rooms, coordinating with staff regarding patient location, correspondence and treatments. Candidate must have strong organization and communication skills. 

    Hagyard Field Care (Ambulatory)
    Seasonal Full-time: Monday - Saturday and occasionally Sunday. Duties include: providing assistance and support to ambulatory veterinarians in the delivery or primary care and diagnostic services; holding and restraining patients for examination, treatment and procedures; maintaining a clean and well-organized work service area; completing medical records and other documents such as billing, reports, and charts for patients, as directed by the veterinarian; restocking the veterinarian's vehicle with all medical equipment, drugs and supplies; may act as the primary or relief driver for the veterinarian.