At Harmony Veterinary Center, we have a vision. We strive to get back to the heart and soul of veterinary medicine: the human-animal bond. We see this as a powerful pathway to enriching the human heart, while bringing joy to pets and people, including those of our staff. In our experience, too many individuals come and go in veterinary medicine because they are not supported. We aim to reverse that trend by empowering our team members to be the best they can be while helping them build a career of which they can be proud.

As a growing clinic, we are on a continual quest to find individuals dedicated to their personal and professional growth. From seeking out education and applying it every day, to establishing emotional intelligence and building relationships, our employees stand out by dedicating themselves not only to the lives they are serving but also to the team members with whom they are working. We are honored to help them be successful and proud of the warm, positive, and inclusive clinic environment we have created.

Rethinking Veterinary Medicine

Our founders and co-owners, Julia McPeek and Dr. Shelley Brown, are on a mission to revitalize veterinary medicine. As an integrative clinic, we recognize the best of both conventional and alternative therapies to improve patient health and treat disease. We also see each employee as an opportunity to give back to and connect with the community we serve. We are proud of our team of doctors, nurses and support staff who are committed to making a difference in the lives of pets as well as the community in which they live. See what our clients say about us on Google.

We offer employees a competitive wage and benefits package. If you are serious about developing a career, have the mental and emotional maturity required to accomplish it, and wish to do so in a forward-thinking environment focused on building community, we want to meet you!  Please submit your cover letter and resume to [email protected].

About Harmony Veterinary Center

As an AAHA accredited facility, our mission is to enrich the lives of pets and people. With an integrated approach to medicine and individualized treatment paths, we live this mission every day by building partnerships with pet parents to promote a higher quality of life through balanced health and wellness care.

Our Services

Wellness Care     I     Medical Care     I     Complementary Therapies     I     End-of-Life Care

Current Openings

Certified Veterinary Technician (CVT)

A veterinary technician may also be identified as a certified veterinary technician, licensed veterinary technician, registered veterinary technician or animal health technician. As of December 2010, in order to become certified, licensed or registered in any state a candidate must first complete an American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) accredited and approved veterinary technician college program.  Learn more about this position.

Veterinary Technician Assistant (TA)

As a veterinary technician assistant you must have a basic knowledge of veterinary medicine and animal husbandry. Veterinary assistants must be able to successfully divide their time between assisting the veterinary technicians, veterinary receptionists and veterinarians. Their primary responsibilities include patient care and assisting the veterinary technician as needed; surgical instrument and dental insure care and wrapping and machine care; basic laboratory procedures; some basic treatments and inventory. Learn more about this position.

Customer Service Representative (CSR)

A veterinary receptionist may also be identified as a client service representative (CSR) or client-relations specialists. At Harmony Veterinary Center they are the client’s first impression of the practice, on the phone and in-person, and are often their last impression as well. Veterinary receptionists must possess strong organizational skills, excellent telephone and in-person communication skills and have the ability to remain calm under pressure. Veterinary receptionists must also have compassion for animals and their owners and understand the stress that patients and clients endure. Learn more about this position.

Customer Service Representative Lead

The Client Service Representative Department Lead (front office manager) at Harmony Veterinary Center directs plans and coordinates a variety of patient service functions that are related to the client management and the healthcare team at the Harmony Veterinary Center. These functions include, but are not limited to, reception (client and phone), maintenance of veterinary medical records, accounts maintenance and training of personnel to maintain the highest standard of client service and patient care. The Patient Services Coordinator reports directly to the Ownership/Practice Manager and works in conjunction with CVT Managing Supervisor.

Good Vibes: Feedback from our Team

“We create bonds with our clients and patients, and we work with them to find solutions that fit them, not relying on a one-size-fits-all approach. We also truly care about our team, fostering a cooperative, supportive environment where drama, cliques and divisions aren’t tolerated. My very favorite thing (besides puppies) is seeing my team grow and reach their own goals and milestones.”

Dr. Shelley Brown, Medical Director

“Harmony strives to provide the utmost care and support to our clients and patients. Each and every pet is treated as our own.”

Katie Gregory, Customer Service Advocate

“Harmony truly cares. You aren’t just another employee. You become family and are treated with compassion. They value input and ideas from everyone, no matter your position or rank. They want you to be happy and do whatever they can to help make that happen.”

Callie Sterle, Vet Tech

“They are the friendliest and most considerate vet clinic I've ever had the pleasure of working at. I feel valued, like my voice matters, and I love our friendly team dynamic.”

Elizabeth Harris, CVT

“I’ve been with Harmony since they first opened, and I stay because the entire team cares about each patient, their family and each other. I love seeing how excited our patients are to visit the clinic! We work together to reach clinic goals and support each other in our individual areas of interest. Harmony works hard to make sure that all members of the team have a voice, and no one is left behind.”

Jamie Gartenmann, CVT

“I appreciate the positive environment and love that I feel from everyone! Harmony will push you to follow your dreams and be the very best version of yourself.”

Katelyn Hopster, Receptionist

"Harmony is a great place to work; It’s all in the name! I love the good, calm vibes you get when you walk in. We work together as a team with no drama. The owners really care about the staff and are very supportive. All for one and one for all!”

Cheryl Goforth, Pharmacy Lead