Registered Veterinary Technician
As a Registered Veterinary Technician on our Clinic Services team, you will be a leader on our staff, motivating and energizing the veterinary medical team to meet department goals. You will act as a mentor and coach, sharing your expertise with your fellow team members while completing the daily duties of preparation and recovery of animals admitted for surgery.
Clinic Services Practice Manager
This position plays an integral role in the well-being of our community's companion animals. This role will manage our medical staff and be the key driving force in delivering productivity and customer success. The Practice Manager directs clinic day-to-day operations, manages and offers insight into available resources, and ensures financial goals are attained through daily practice and innovative ideas. The Practice Manager will be the leader in instilling our responsibility to the community, to provide affordable and attainable veterinary services for the pets of people who may be facing significant barriers to accessible care.
Director of Clinic Services
The Director of Clinic Services is a member of the leadership team, working closely with the COO to contribute to HSC as it provides accessible and high-quality veterinary care to under-served communities in Charlotte working in-line with HSC annual budget and in cooperation with other agency programs and departments. The Director organizes, plans, manages, and oversees all aspects of the Clinic Services operation ensuring productivity, licensing, regulatory compliance, quality of care, equipment maintenance, and strategic goals are met in the state-of the-art, spay neuter and wellness clinic.
We are seeking a vet to perform spay/neuter surgeries (majority feline) and provide occasional exams and consults for our shelter animals.
Animal Control Officer II
The City of Seattle seeks a compassionate and experienced professional for the position of Animal Control Officer II (ACOII). A team of Animal Control Officers enforce animal related ordinances within the City of Seattle. Officers also participate in community outreach, working with the shelter’s many resources to assist Seattle citizens and their pets. A shift can include a wide variety of call types from enforcement to education to wildlife rescue and everything in between!
BrightSide Animal Center (BrightSide) is a high-save shelter dedicated to providing sheltering, placement, and prevention services to reduce animal homelessness and unnecessary euthanasia. As an independent, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, BrightSide has been helping people and animals in Central Oregon for over 30 years. Located in Redmond, Oregon, BrightSide serves northern Deschutes County including the cities of Redmond, Terrebonne, Sisters, Tumalo, and Bend. This is a unique opportunity to be a part of a dynamic leadership team who will usher in a new phase of growth and innovation at BrightSide. We are a passionate, high-performing team who believe that collaboration is key to our success. We do our best work by leveraging each other’s strengths and making sure to create opportunities for the work to be fun and meet our individual goals. We take our mission seriously: We envision a better world for animals and the people who love them, and we’re dedicated to making that vision a reality. Are you an energetic and experienced veterinarian with a passion to help shelter animals? Do you thrive in collaboration and get excited by program-building? If your answer is YES, we invite you to apply for the role of Shelter Veterinarian at BrightSide Animal Center.
Saving Grace Pet Adoption Center is a private, nonprofit, open admission shelter located in Douglas County, Oregon. We are a private 501c3 nonprofit and we hold a contract with our County to provide animal sheltering services. We serve approximately 4,000 animals annually, providing adoption, return to home, return to field, public spay/neuter services, temporary boarding and more. Join our team of animal welfare professionals as our Medical Director!
Certified Veterinary Technician
We are adding a CVT to our team! The Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon is a nationally recognized nonprofit spay/neuter program and we operate a state-of-the-art clinic in Portland, Oregon. FCCO is dedicated to high-quality, high-volume spay/neuter services for feral and outdoor stray cats and we care for 7,000 cats each year. We value respect, teamwork, reliable work-life balance, curiosity, and hard work. As a team member you will utilize your highest and best skills as you make a direct difference in the lives of cats and the people who look after them. All shifts are day shifts. Full-time starts at 30 hours/week and comes with great benefits including employer-paid healthcare and vision insurance, dental insurance, PTO, paid holidays, retirement, CE and uniform allowance, and a competitive salary. Flexible part-time shifts can accommodate school schedules. Hourly rate: $26-$30 Sound like a good match? We hope to meet you soon!