The Humane Society of Utah is looking for a talented, passionate full-time veterinary assistant to join our team at our affordable spay/neuter and vaccination clinic in St. George, Utah!
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.
Licensed Veterinary Technician
Position Objectives: To provide high-quality care for patients of high-volume mobile spay and neuter veterinary clinic
Modern mobile clinic seeking veterinarian: With over 150,000 surgeries performed since 2001, we help reduce the dog and cat overpopulation crisis in and around the pleasant rive
Veterinary Surgeon - Spay/Neuter Program
Have a desire to make a difference in the lives of animals? Want to do so in a way that offers a good work/life balance with no weekends or long hours? The Animal Health Organization (TAHO) is seeking a veterinarian to join our growing team in providing quality spay/neuter surgeries in a fast-paced environment. Veterinarians report to our Medical Director and are supported by eight RVTs. Be part of a progressive organization that has been voted as central Ohio's leading veterinary hospital three years in a row! Competitive salary and benefits package.
Full-service veterinary hospital providing quality care at a reduced cost to pets in the Greater Richmond region, regardless of financial hardships. Seeking FT associate veterinarian to join a well-staffed and dedicated team. No nights/weekends/holidays.
Supervising Veterinarian -Planned Pethood Clinic at the Franklin County Humane We are seeking a Supervising Veterinarian to join our team in providing high quality of care to pets adopted from our center and for pets in the community.
Veterinary Director, DVM
The Veterinary Director, DVM plays an essential role within the Animal Welfare League of Arlington and performs all veterinary services for our animals. The Veterinary Director, DVM maximizes the use of clinic resources to ensure animal resident health and performs high volume spay and neuter surgeries. The Veterinary Director, DVM provides medical care as well as humane care and treatment to all animals in accordance with the policies and procedures established by the Animal Welfare League of Arlington. The Veterinary Director works together with the behavior and foster team and provides support to staff and foster families on best practice medical interventions. This position may act in the capacity of an expert witness in court cases. This position is based in Arlington, Virginia.