• KC Animal Health
    February 25 | 12:00PM
    Webinar: “Steps for Reinventing Your Veterinary Career”

    Yes, you enjoy your private practice . . . but is there more? Could there be greater satisfaction awaiting you in a position within your area of expertise in the veterinary industry? The answer is “Yes!” and Stacy Pursell will show you why in this special Employment Insider Webinar Series from The VET Recruiter®. Stacy, who’s been an executive recruiter/search consultant for more than 18 years and recruits top talent exclusively in the Veterinary and Animal Health Industry, will discuss what types of jobs are available in industry, what qualifications are needed, and how to transition into the corporate world. Joining Stacy, will be our special guest, Dr. Karen E. Felsted, CPA, MS, CVPM, CVA. Dr. Felsted is a veterinarian and experienced business consultant who leads PantheraT, a management consulting firm that works exclusively with veterinary practices and with companies in the animal health world that provide pharmaceuticals, dietary products and business services to veterinary practices.  Dr. Felsted will talk about the overall veterinary market and how the skills you’ve developed in practice can transition to an industry position. 

    When you attend this session, you will discover: 

    • The reasons veterinarians leave practice to work in industry
    • The types of job opportunities available, along with their responsibilities
    • The specific steps for landing a job in industry
    • How to accurately assess your knowledge and skills
    • How to establish a great relationship with a recruiter
    • What the market looks like
    • And much more!

    Join Stacy Pursell of The VET Recruiter® and Dr. Karen E. Felsted of PantheraT on Thursday, February 25 at 12:00 Noon CST/1:00 PM EST and learn the “Steps for Reinventing Your Veterinary Career”!  Space is limited!

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