RECRUITING · December 17th, 2018

NVA’s New Internal Job Site

by Bob Stocklin


The NVA community is home to some of the most talented, hard-working, and compassionate animal care and business professionals in the industry. We recognize that every team member has their own unique career path that can change over time. It’s important to us that if they are seeking new roles and opportunities for professional or personal growth, they can do so within NVA.

That’s why we’re proud to introduce our new Internal Career Platform to support community members on their career journeys.

NVA’s new internal job site allows team members to search for available opportunities within our own community.

Currently, the new internal job site enables teammates to research open leadership positions at any location in our community. These positions include Veterinarians, Hospital Managers, and Pet Resort Managers. Plans to advertise openings for support staff are currently under discussion.

Additionally, available positions at the Support Center are only listed when notified by the hiring manager. A new process will soon eliminate this manual effort, but at present, hiring managers can ensure jobs are posted on our internal site by contacting Tricia Dakiyai.

Coupled with a new application process, the platform also assures that all qualified, internal applicants can find the support they need when seeking a career change — whether it’s related to work, culture, family, or personal growth. NVA recruiters are available to help connect each applicant with career opportunities specific to their individual needs. The system also includes an employee referral program that allows other members of our community to recommend colleagues for growth opportunities within NVA.

If you are interested in exploring current openings, begin your search here.

For more questions about the platform or our internal mobility program, contact Bob Stocklin at

Bob Stocklin


Support Center | Philadelphia, PA

Bob has spent four years in Recruiting, focused on Recruitment Marketing and Employer Branding. He has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology (I-O Concentration) from Chestnut Hill College, where he also was the captain of the Men’s Soccer team. He is currently working on his MBA from Temple University and has a pet rabbit named Lola.

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