Spay/Neuter Job Board
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!
April 23, 2023
Spay/Neuter Veterinarian for Non-Profit
Pets Alive is seeking a veterinarian who will be a part of a highly specialized and passionate team of technicians.
April 07, 2023
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!
March 29, 2023
Performs professional veterinary services for animals at the Animal Control Shelter and to animals under the care of the Shelter. Works under the supervision of the Director of the Animal Control; performs related duties as required.
March 28, 2023
Director of Clinic Services
The Director of Clinic Services leads a high performing team of veterinarians, medical support staff and volunteers dedicated to providing underserved communities access to high quality veterinary care. 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. The Director ensures HSC 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.
March 08, 2023