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DescriptionThe Humane Society of Charlotte is seeking a qualified candidate for our low cost, high volume Spay/Neuter and Wellness Clinic- see below for details!The Clinic Services Veterinary Assistant is responsible for working closely with pet owners regarding their pet's surgery and vaccinations, and assisting in the preparation and recovery of animals admitted for surgery at our two clinic locations.Enthusiasm for the mission of the Humane Society of Charlotte and helping animals in our community is required, and at least two years related experience and/or training is preferred.To get an inside look at our Clinic Services, please watch our feature on Carolina Insight here!https://www.wccbcharlotte.com/2018/11/02/carolina-insight-the-humane-soc... offers competitive compensation packages that include employer-paid medical benefit options, as well as supplemental benefits including 401K. For full job description and duties, please visit our website!HSC is a managed admissions shelter, however we want to make employees aware that from time to time we must make the difficult decision euthanize animals who are sick or injured or who have displayed aggressive tendencies and pose a risk to public safety or to the safety of other animals.
How to ApplyPlease visit the link below to submit your resume, cover letter, and complete our pre-employment tests!https://www.ondemandassessment.com/link/index/JB-J11DAESYD?source=Indeed&u=145087