The primary work of this position involves performing spay/neuter surgeries (majority feline) at our clinic for shelter animals and occasional exams and consults, with the hope of expanding to the public in the future to provide low or no cost spay/neuter and other medical services for our community. We focus on spaying and neutering pets from our shelter, as well as other rescues, local municipal shelter, and doing TNR for community cats.
This position at the Rogue Valley Humane Society puts you in a wonderful community that is great for any family to build their lives in. In Josephine County, you are less than 2 hours from the rocky beaches of the Pacific Northwest, skiing and snowboarding on Mt. Ashland, the tall giants of the Redwoods, and a myriad of hiking and river opportunities outdoors. The Rogue Valley is also home to numerous wineries and breweries that are perfect for entertaining visiting guests.
WORK ENVIRONMENT AND BENEFITS
Our spay/neuter clinic can be high stress and very busy at times. There is a potential of hosting vaccine clinics in the future that would involve contact with the public. This position includes limited phone availability after hours to consult with staff and phone availability on prearranged weekends when needed, but is not an on-call position as the schedule is set. The daily time commitment on each work day is generally from 9am to 4pm, but is flexible depending on the doctor’s needs. This position comes with thorough and medically sound established protocols and an experienced supportive team to allow you to focus primarily on surgery and patient care.
This position is part-time between 20-24 hours per week (2 or 3 weekdays).
50% health insurance coverage
403b Retirement benefit with employer matching
Employer covers costs for CE Credits
Paid time off of 80 hours
Sign on bonus of $2,500
How to Apply
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