We are seeking a compassionate, enthusiastic, and like-minded full-time and/or part-time veterinarian(s) to join us in our mission to end the euthanasia of healthy adoptable animals in our community and beyond.
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.
Community Programs Assistant
The role of the Community Programs Assistant is to work in all operational and promotional aspects of community programs including Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) and Cats at Work (CAW). These programs work to reduce the outdoor cat population in Chicago and to empower and support colony caretakers to make the most well-informed decisions for community cats.
The SPCA Texas is a progressive organization operating shelters, veterinary clinics, spay/neuter clinics, and mobile clinics as well as extensive community outreach programs to lower income neighborhoods throughout the metro Dallas area. We are looking to expand the reach of our medical services and grow the type of services offered and are assembling the team to make that happen. Join a team that is on the cutting edge of providing access to veterinary care for low-income families in our service area.
The Development Associate is responsible for supporting WRR’s communications and development functions, including digital campaigns, website management, social media, media relations, publications, marketing, and record management.
High quality, high volume spay/neuter clinic in Taylor, Michigan, seeking full- or part-time veterinary surgeon.
The Veterinary Technician is a trained veterinary professional who will work closely with the Veterinarians, Associate Director, Veterinary Operations and other colleagues providing top-notch veterinary care.
The Executive Director is responsible for managing and developing the organization, the oversight, program development, an accountability for best practices over all operational areas of a full service animal shelter, including intake, behavior, animal care, foster care, adoptions and partnerships with other animal welfare organizations to provide the necessary infrastructure to achieve HSRC'S mission. The Executive Director provides high level coordination across all program service areas to provide a quality of care and service that matches the HSRC mission.
The Surgery Veterinarian is a trained and licensed veterinarian responsible for performing mainly spay/neuter surgeries in a high-quality, high volume spay/neuter clinic and shelter setting. The Surgery Veterinarian may also be responsible for other surgeries that arise in a shelter setting.