Deputy Director: Indianapolis Animal Care Services
This position is responsible for organizing, managing, staffing, and supervising all aspects of IACS operations. The incumbent in this position will direct the refinement and implementation of a strategic plan for the promotion of animal care, animal control, spay/neuter access, and reduction of animal deaths resulting from both euthanasia and from diseases contracted or propagated at the IACS facility. Incumbent in this position will establish and ensure policies and procedures for the division are adhered to in an effective manner.
This position is responsible for assisting the Deputy Director in managing, staffing, and supervising shelter, medical, and enforcement operations of IACS. This position will cover a breadth of topics and operations within IACS, and will be responsible for assisting the Deputy Director in managing the day-to-day, while also researching and implementing new ideas such as ways to increase spay/neuter access, improve call times for control officers, and increasing efficiency in kennel operations. The incumbents actions are dictated by established policies and procedures, civil laws, criminal laws, and the codes established by the city and county.
Auburn Valley Humane Society and Northwest Spay & Neuter Center enrich the lives of companion animals and people through animal sheltering, programs and community engagement. Together, we strive to be a model of excellence in animal welfare. We recognize our employees are our most important resource and the basis for our success. We respect and seek to empower each individual and support the diverse perspectives, skills, experiences and cultures within our workforce. We work hard, and we have fun. Join us! We are seeking a Lead Veterinarian for the Northwest Spay & Neuter Center which provides spay, neuter, wellness and dentistry services to income qualified homes and local animal welfare agencies. Northwest Spay & Neuter Center is the largest spay and neuter center in Washington state providing over 15,000 surgeries and over 3,500 wellness exams per year.
Veterinary Practice Clinic Manager (High Volume, Spay/Neuter)
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,
Veterinary Technician / Nurse
FACE Low-Cost Animal Clinic, Indianapolis' leading nonprofit veterinary provider, is seeking a full-time Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT) to join our team. If you enjoy helping people and their pets, then this is the place for you.
Spay and Neuter Veterinarian
Pet OverPopulation Prevention (POPP) in Pasco, Washington is seeking a Spay and Neuter Veterinarian who has a passion for reducing pet homelessness and wants to make a direct contribution to reducing the overpopulation of cats and dogs.
Skilled Spay/Neuter Veterinarian
Join our friendly and experienced team to provide excellence in spay/neuter surgical care for dogs and cats. With our unique mission of optimizing spay/neuter care, we value the skills you have developed over the speed with which you perform surgery. The current opening is to perform surgery on 15-30 pets on Thursdays starting at 10 am. Most veterinarians will be finished between 12-2 pm. Normal case load at this time is 20-28 surgeries. The practice is growing quickly so there will be opportunities to gain employment on additional days.
Lead Veterinarian - Clinic
Animal Welfare Association is a non-profit organization that operates an animal shelter and public Pet Clinic in Voorhees, NJ, and is looking to fill a full-time time Lead Veterinarian position in our Pet Clinic. We are a fast-paced and growing organization in need of candidates who are upbeat, self-motivated and passionate about spay/neuter and helping clients and pets receive excellent care at lower prices and are looking to be part of a team. If you are looking to make a difference and help save lives, please contact us for an interview.
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!