Spay and Neuter Clinic Coordinator
Coordinate in house s/n clinic, schedule in-house volunteers and veterinarians, and maintain medical records. Feline health/medical knowledge, ability to multi-task, detail oriented and self-motivated important. Assist Clinic Operations Manager in creating, updating and distributing clinic policy and procedure.
Registered Veterinary Technician with current license and at least two years experience working in a veterinary facility. We are looking for two RVT’s that are motivated quick learners to be part of our team. We are a small privately owned, non-profit veterinary rescue hospital located in Clayton, CA. We currently have two doctors, two techs, and two hospital assistant that work very well together and are looking for our next team members to be part of our fast-paced hospital.
We are a cat hospital owned by Community Concern for Cats, Inc. (CC4C). CC4C is a volunteer, non-profit cat rescue organization in Contra Costa County that offers abandoned and homeless cats medical rehabilitation, spay and neuter services, foster care, and adoption. We also work to reduce the overpopulation of feral cats through an effective trap-neuter-return program, and when possible, kittens and cats are fostered, socialized, and are adopted out to loving homes through our weekly adopt
Veterinary Clinic Manager
The Veterinary Clinic Manager is responsible for providing leadership for the clinic, managing veterinary support staff and assuring the optimization of clinic operations. The Veterinary Clinic Manager is also responsible for ensuring the highest quality of customer service is delivered by promoting a team-oriented work environment that encourages peer discussion and constructive communication. In partnership with the Director of Operations and Veterinarian(s) in Charge, the Veterinary Clinic Manager is responsible for the medical and financial performance of the clinic and meeting budget expectations, while maintaining a high standard of quality care. In addition, the Veterinary Clinic Manager is responsible for directing staff and the overall management of the clinic.
FT Shelter Veterinarian
Here’s what we’re looking for: We are looking for a full time Shelter Veterinarian. The schedule is four 9.5 hour days per week with rotating weekend coverage. California DVM license required. Experience is great, but enthusiasm preferred.
Veterinary Health Manager
Are you passionate about building teams? Can you bring together colleagues with diverse professional, cultural and community backgrounds and deliver tangible results? Do you have experience training interpersonal skills? Pasadena Humane is currently hiring for a Manager in the Health Department. We are looking for someone who will embrace our mission, learn quickly about animal welfare and veterinary medicine, and contribute expertise in coaching and performance management.
High Volume Spay/Neuter Clinic Veterinarian - Temp/Relief (4/27/21 - 7/30/21)
Responsible for daily care of all surgical patients, ensuring all clinic staff members are adhering to proper pre-, peri-and post-operative care of patients. During designated training sessions, responsible for training participants in all aspects of patient care and efficient/safe clinic practices, maintaining a professional and friendly manner at all times.
The Humane Society of Yuma is looking for a Certified Veterinary Technician, or someone with equal experience, to manage our high-volume, low-cost spay and neuter clinic. The ideal candidate will be Board Certified by a State Veterinary Medical Board within the United States and be certified nationally. Other considerations will be made for candidates who have at least 5 years of Veterinary experience working as a lead technician. Candidate must be skilled in managing people, client relations and up to date on state and federal laws. This position is a salary position and pay will range from $34,320 to $41,600 depending on experience. Please contact Jim Gray at email@example.com for more information.
Associate Veterinarian including HQHV SN
The associate veterinarian plays a vital part in supporting the community, especially for those clients and animals who may not have another accessible option for care. As an organization, we offer financial assistance to clients in need as well as partner with outside funding groups to decrease as much as the financial burden as possible. The associate veterinarian may spend up to 30% of their time based on organizational needs between shelter animal care and at the HQHV spay/neuter clinics.