- Provide general veterinary support for the investigation of cruelty and neglect of animals.
- Serve as the primary case veterinarian for Field Services/Colorado Humane Society (CHS), conducting initial animal evaluations, documenting their condition, and developing a plan for managing their veterinary care in alignment with custody restrictions.
- Respond with the field services team, on-scene, for potential animal cruelty and neglect cases, consulting with the lead investigator regarding animal health and conditions.
- Prepare and provide documentation and records as needed to investigators.
- Prepare for and provide expert testimony as requested regarding cases of neglect and cruelty.
- Effectively and compassionately communicate with owners of pets and the community when necessary.
- Perform necropsies as needed and submit samples for forensic testing.
- Effectively communicate equine and small animal standards and care to law enforcement.
- Teach portions of CHS trainings related to veterinary care.
Equine Veterinary Services
- Primary veterinarian managing health care of horses at the Harmony Equine Center (HEC).
- Consult with, support, and provide direction to HEC staff regarding equine health care.
- Responsible for emergency care of the equines.
- Provide routine medical care, including vaccinations, for horses at HEC.
- Work with CSU students and veterinarians on gelds, dentals, and other procedures during routine medical visits.
- Euthanasia of horses in need of end-of-life care.
Shelter Veterinary Services
- Provide support for investigation case animals to Shelter Veterinary Services (SVS) including preventative medicine, case management for animals who are ill or injured, surgery, euthanasia, and necropsies, as needed.
- Partner with the SVS team to coordinate care and quarantine of infectious disease animals involved in investigation cases effectively and efficiently.
- Participate in euthanasia and euthanasia decision making when applicable in investigation case animals through a compassionate, thoughtful approach within the shelter.
- Contribute to and support a culture of learning generally, and specifically for colleagues, veterinary interns and externs, and veterinary support staff.
- Assist with delivering League specific training programs regarding veterinary care as requested.
- Contribute to and help maintain a culture of collaboration and teamwork within Veterinary Services and across the League.
- Contribute to initiatives to improve processes and procedures.
- Manage and maintain accurate medical and surgical records.
- Remain current on trends in veterinary medicine.
Full Time Benefits – Please visit our website for a comprehensive list of all offered benefits.
- Benefits (medical, dental, and vision)
- Flexible spending accounts
- League-paid Life and Short-Term Disability Insurance
- Paid Time Off (PTO)
- Sabbatical Program
- Holiday Pay
- 401(k) with matching
- Veterinarians are eligible for student loan reimbursement (SLURP)
- Up to $2,000 Relocation Assistance
- And more!
Compensation: Starting at $110,000 - $120,000 annually - at Full Time 40 hours status (starting pay commensurate with market, experience, and equity)
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