Licensed Veterinary Technician - Surgery & Wellness Clinic
NWSNC is looking for a collaborative, engaging, motivated and generally awesome Veterinary Technician to join our team of Spay & Neuter Center Champions as we build out additional lifesaving wellness resources for our communities.
VENTURA COUNTY, ANIMAL SERVICES INVITES APPLICATIONS FOR: Managing Veterinarian - Salary $124,011.98 - $173,616.77 Annually 0954ANM-21AB (MA) An Equal Opportunity Employer SALARY RANGE (approximate) $59.62 - $83.47 Hour $10,334.33 - $14,468.06 Monthly $124,011.98 - $173,616.77 Annually
VENTURA COUNTY, ANIMAL SERVICES INVITES APPLICATIONS FOR: Managing Veterinarian 0954ANM-21AB (MA)
Under general direction, performs veterinary services including spay/neuter surgeries; examines and determines preventative medical care and treatments for shelter animals and stray animal emergency cases; and provides oversight for the security and dispensing of drugs and ensures compliance with all federal and state regulations. Performs other related duties as requested.
Generous hiring bonus for full-time candidates! Seeking full- or part-time spay/neuter surgeon for ASPCA Spay/Neuter Alliance model HQHVSN clinic in Michigan.
Pet Orphans of Southern California is a non-profit rescue located in Van Nuys, CA. The rescue has an affordable veterinary clinic specializing in high volume spay and neuter, dental prophylaxis, and veterinary care for the public.
VENTURA COUNTY, ANIMAL SERVICES INVITES APPLICATIONS FOR: Veterinarian 0363ANM-21AA (MA)
VENTURA COUNTY, ANIMAL SERVICES INVITES APPLICATIONS FOR: Managing Veterinarian 0954ANM-21AA (MA)
Spay/Neuter Clinic Manager
The Spay/Neuter Manager has an integral role in the success of the East Bay SPCA’s mission to decrease pet overpopulation and offer an affordable option for Alameda and Contra Costa county residents. With their dedicated leadership, they have a direct positive impact on the local community. The Spay/Neuter Manager is responsible for daily operations of the Oakland and Dublin spay/neuter clinics. This includes client care, team management, and patient care. This individual is accountable for achieving organizational objectives, delivery of excellent client and animal care, OSHA compliance, stewardship of the spay/neuter facilities’ resources, and leadership of the team. The Spay/Neuter Manager directly oversees all members of the spay/neuter team, as well as the associate veterinarians for non-medical issues.