Veterinary Technician - Spay/Neuter Clinic
The League’s Healthy Pet Team provides high quality, high volume spay/neuter services for owned pets and community cats at our stationary clinic on Yuma Street and high-volume community vaccination clinics within our priority service neighborhoods. As a Veterinary Technician on this team, you’ll be a part of a highly skilled and fast-moving team managing surgery prep and recovery or supporting high volume drive through vaccination clinics in the community. Be an important part of providing accessible and high-quality veterinary care for the pets of families in underserved communities! Apply today!
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.
Calling passionate vet techs! Do you love a fast-paced, never boring environment where you impact dozens of animals’ lives every single day? Do you want to be part of one of the most innovative animal shelters in the state? Do you want to work for an award-winning employer that values your whole-person wellness inside and outside of the workplace? Do you value autonomy when it comes to designing and improving systems, and collaboration when it comes to how they are implemented? If you are enthusiastically nodding your head, you just may be Roice-Hurst’s newest team member! At Roice-Hurst, you’ll have the opportunity to change the lives of pets across the beautiful Western Slope of Colorado. You’ll be the point person for our veterinary team, overseeing the daily implementation of medical care processes and ensuring our pets are healthy and comfortable. You’ll assist with surgeries on-site and throughout the community in our state-of-the-art mobile clinic. And most importantly, you’ll work with a fun and dedicated team that shares your commitment to excellence and compassion. And when you leave work, you’ll be within minutes of breathtaking red rock scenery, alpine lakes, world-class skiing, biking, and rafting, a vibrant arts culture, and a thriving restaurant scene – in a community that loves its pets! Grand Junction is a beautiful, active city with big city amenities and a small town feel. If you’re a Veterinary Technician interested in joining a dynamic team of people passionate about their values and want to be greeted by dozens of whiskered and slobbery faces every day, please submit your resume and cover letter.
Office Assistant at High Volume Spay/Neuter Clinic
Current work days are Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The clinic is hoping to be open 5 days in the future, so the opportunity to increase days and hours might become available. Duties include managing booking schedule through clinic software, ensuring complete and accurate records exist for all patients, including rabies certificates, go-home paperwork, and medical records, plus answering clinic phones, returning messages, and forwarding messages to appropriate staff in a timely manner.
Animal Care Manager
The Animal Care Manager is responsible for the overall operations of the animal care department by providing leadership and management of the animal care team and ensures operational goals are created and achieved. The Animal Care Manager ensures an environment of compassionate and respectful animal care and people care in accordance with HSPPR’s mission, values, goals, and management philosophy.
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.
Veterinary Hospital Practice Manager
Are you compassionate about animals and have a desire to speak for those who cannot? For over 100 years, the Dumb Friends League has been working to end pet homelessness and animal suffering by providing a strong and steadfast voice for those who cannot speak for themselves. As the largest community-based animal welfare organization in the region, we care for more than 20,000 homeless pets and horses each year at our four facilities and are a national model in animal welfare. At the League we are passionate about our commitment to excellence in support of our mission to bring compassion to our communities through service, education, engagement, and support to under-served companion animals. Apply to join this innovative team that embodies the connectivity between human and animal life.
Awesome Veterinary Technician
The Dumb Friends League is expanding access to urgent care services for pets of families who can’t afford care elsewhere. In early 2022, the League will be opening a second veterinary hospital at the CSU Spur campus, just north of downtown Denver, as part of the redevelopment of the National Western Center. On the Spur campus, the veterinary hospital will incorporate learning opportunities for the public, through our surgery and dental suites, along with an exam room. The Dumb Friends League Veterinary Hospital offers our veterinary technicians a competitive wage starting at $20/hour, and starting at $21/hour for Certified Veterinary Technicians. We also offer great benefits including paid time off, annual support for continuing education and student loan repayment assistance for CVTs, and much more!
JOB SUMMARY The Clinic Manager is in responsible for the day-to-day operations of the clinic, supports the Board in ensuring the overall financial and emotional health of the organization, and ensures that the organization is meeting its goals and mission. The Clinic Manager delegates administrative duties as needed to achieve clinic goals and oversees support staff to ensure individual duties are being completed. The Clinic Manager works closely with the Medical Director and Veterinary Technician Supervisor to manage the overall functions of the clinic and resolve any issues. The successful candidate will be expected to provide leadership, direction and discipline when necessary. The Clinic Manager will be responsible for bringing any material staff conflict to the attention of the board of directors.The Clinic Manager serves as point person for the dissemination of information to staff.
Director of Shelter Operations
Job Summary Responsible for the strategic leadership and operational oversight of HSPPR's Colorado Springs shelter operations. Create and innovate to assure best practices, lead and collaborate on HSPPR strategic goals, and develop the future state of shelter operations together with the team.