Shelter Medicine Resident
San Diego Humane Society is hiring a Shelter Medicine Resident! The starting salary is $73,216 annually.
Immediate opening for the position of Executive Director of Bellwether Harbor Animal Shelter, a 501c3 cat and dog shelter in Fremont, Michigan.
Behavior & Training Coordinator
As the Behavior & Training Coordinator, your primary focus is coordinate compassionate, transparent, and thoughtful evaluations and recommendations for animals under the care of HSC as well as within homes in our community. This position will maintain and elevate the behavioral welfare of dogs and cats at HSC. The Behavior & Training Coordinator will work in alignment with socially conscious sheltering, to help ensure the best results for pets in shelters and in the community.
Our foster team is responsible for the intake, care, and placement of healthy, adoptable animals into our volunteer foster homes, and eventually our adoption program. Daily duties will include administrative support to our Foster Coordinator, such as scheduling, managing the foster Facebook group, recording data and facilitating foster appointments. The Foster Assistant will also be responsible for medical intake of our shelter animals including, physicals, vaccinations, giving medications and entering detailed and accurate notes for each animal. Lastly the Foster Assistant will assist in expanding and maintaining our foster program.
Shelter Spay/Neuter Consult RVT
San Diego Humane Society is hiring a Shelter Spay/Neuter Consult RVT! This position will partner with and travel to under-resourced shelters throughout California to provide spay/neuter procedures for in-care animals and training on HQHVSN for veterinary staff. This is a grant-funded, two-year role with a possibility of extension. The starting range is between $25.05 – $29.95 per hour.
Shelter Spay/Neuter Consult Veterinary Assistant
San Diego Humane Society is hiring a Shelter Spay/Neuter Consult Veterinary Assistant! This position will provide medical care and monitor the health and welfare of in-care animals. This is a grant-funded, two-year role with a possibility of extension. The starting range is between $18.80 – $22.50 per hour.
Shelter Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT)
San Diego Humane Society is hiring RVTs! RVTs are responsible for the medical care and monitoring of the health and welfare of animals under the direction of staff veterinarians at one of the largest and most innovative animal welfare organizations in the United States. Starting range is between $24.29 - $27.33 per hour. Eligible candidates will receive a $1,000 sign-on bonus!
Community & Shelter Veterinarian
San Diego Humane Society is hiring a Community & Shelter Veterinarian! The Community & Shelter Veterinarian is responsible for the examination and medical treatment of animals under the care and custody of San Diego Humane Society and the Community Veterinary Program. Starting range is between $115,000 – $143,000 per year. Sign-on bonus and negotiable relocation bonus available.
San Diego Humane Society is hiring a Veterinarian for our Community Veterinary Program! The Community Program Veterinarian has oversight of medicine and surgery operations and champions the cause of vital CVP programs. This is a permanent position that has been named in recognition of a generous donation from Dr. Francine Deutsch and Dr. Carole Leland. Starting range is between $120,750 – $143,000 per year. Sign-on bonus and negotiable relocation bonus available.
Community Medicine Veterinarian
This is a full-time position for a veterinarian passionate about medicine and surgery for pets in need in the Chicago metro area. The Community Medicine Veterinarian will divide their time between The Anti-Cruelty Society and our partner shelters to provide medical and surgical services to the animals in the clinic, shelter, and community programs operated by each partner organization. The Community Medicine Veterinarian works closely with Medical Directors, Directors of Operation, Veterinary Technicians, Veterinary Assistants, and reports directly to the Manager of Community Medicine to ensure Best Care for all Chicago animals within each organization. All employees of The Anti-Cruelty Society should uphold the PETS Work Culture Agreement through Praise, Engagement, Trust, and Support.