Shelter Operations Manager
The successful candidate for the Shelter Operations Manager position is a compassionate individual who will oversee day-to-day shelter operations, independently manage staff and volunteers, ensure that shelter animals receive proper and humane care, review veterinary invoices, maintain facilities and equipment, interact with employees, volunteers and the public.
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.
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.
High Volume Veterinarian
Come spend a weekend in beautiful Bend, Oregon! We are looking for veterinarians comfortable performing 40+ dog/cat surgeries a day.
This posting is for the Ventura County Animal Services; vacancy location is Camarillo and Simi Valley.
licensed veterinary technician
Description Fixin’ to Save Spay & Neuter Clinic, a program of Gloucester-Mathews Humane Society seeks to hire a passionate LVT to help lead our veterinary services and support our mission of providing high-quality medical care to community pets. If you share our passion for helping animals who need us most, Fixin’ to Save Spay and Neuter Clinic is the place to be! Our team is small but mighty. This is an opportunity to enjoy meaningful work in animal welfare and help to grow a much-needed service in the community!
Veterinarian In Charge of Neuter Scooter
Join the team of our mobile Neuter Scooter to make an impact across Hampton Roads communities.
Medical Director, Animal Care & Services
The MD oversees two full-time and approximately 27 full & PT vets & animal health techs responsible for direct animal medical care. This is a keystone medical role with leadership responsibility over a passionate committed team managing about 7,000 spay &neuter surgeries per year. Direct experience overseeing & leading a complex daily operations delivering medical services to a diverse community while training, developing, engaging &encouraging a team of dedicated pros & volunteers is what is needed for success in this role. This is a visible & vital leadership role.
Certified Veterinary Technician
Are you are looking for a job that provides a reliable work/life balance, where you can feed your passion and personal goals? The Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon (FCCO) has openings for full-time and part-time CVTs. All shifts are day shifts so you won’t miss another dinner due to working, and flexible part-time shifts can accommodate school schedules. FCCO is the largest cat spay/neuter program in the state, and we will help close to 7,000 cats this year in our high-quality, high-volume spay/neuter clinic – with your help! When you join our team you will be directly making a difference in the lives of cats, their caregivers and the community. Check us out at feralcats.com.
Love surgery? Are you looking for a great work-life balance? Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon, one of the leading feral cat spay/neuter programs in the country, helps 7,000 cats per year. We are hiring a spay/neuter Production Veterinarian for 2-4 days per week at our clinic in beautiful SW Portland, Oregon. This is a great part-time opportunity! The typical shift is 4 hours long with the expectation of completing 35-40 cat surgeries. Join our committed and well-skilled team and help us make a difference for more cats in our community.