Join Our Incredible NAVC Team

Imagine spending your days supporting the global veterinary healthcare community with world-class professional development opportunities.

Known for wagging tails, creative ideas and collaborative teams around every corner, the NAVC is a not-for-profit organization committed to providing world-class continuing education for the veterinary community it serves. The staff members are serious about their passion and commitment to excellence and innovation within the veterinary profession, but they’re also authentic and customer-driven, which is evident through the NAVC’s social media networks and quarterly staff newsletter. From putting on one of the world’s largest veterinary meetings to becoming the largest publishing organization in the veterinary profession, the NAVC is proud of its many initiatives that keep the staff excited and engaged.

When you join the NAVC, you will…

  • Directly impact advancements in our profession
  • Be an important part of an industry-leading team
  • Have plenty of room to grow with us

Benefits

The NAVC rewards team members by providing competitive salaries plus benefits including medical, dental, vacation and personal days, 401k and more.

Awards

Orlando Sentinel Ranks NAVC as one of the top 100 places to work

Did you know NAVC was voted one of Orlando’s Top 100 Companies by the Orlando Sentinel?

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Workplace Perks

  • Pets Allowed
    We have pet-friendly offices so Rufus can stay by your side during your workday.
  • Snack Well
    Our break rooms are well stocked with snacks.
  • Field Trips
    We like to take time to get out of the office and do good for the community throughout the year.
  • Casual…Everyday
    We think employees should be casual and comfortable everyday, not just on Fridays.

Positions Available

Production Editor

The Production Editor is responsible for the day-to-day production processes of the peer-reviewed Journals of The North American Veterinary Community (NAVC). This role involves the day to day production management of Today’s Veterinary Practice and Today’s Veterinary Nurse (10 issues total), which are peer-reviewed clinical journals.  The Production Editor will also handle vendor management and communication with contractors handling circulation, printing and book publishing, as well as work on custom NAVC Publishing projects as assigned.

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