Generous hiring bonus for full-time candidates! Seeking full- or part-time spay/neuter surgeon for ASPCA Spay/Neuter Alliance model HQHVSN clinic in Michigan.
You will work closely with the Shelter Medicine Team to provide excellent medical care to the animals that enter our shelter. Collaboration with the Chief Veterinarian and Shelter Medicine team is essential to assess, create, maintain, improve and implement effective protocols for preventive care, treatment, population management, and operational processes. You will perform high-quality, high-volume surgical procedures and develop ongoing treatment plans. We will count on you to ensure compliance with all laws regarding the practice of veterinary medicine and animal welfare.
HIGH VOLUME SPAY/NEUTER VET
The high volume spay/neuter staff veterinarian is a trained and licensed veterinarian with excellent surgical skills who is able to perform approximately 25 surgeries a day.
HVHQ (High Volume,High Quality) surgeon
The Animal Coalition of Tampa (a 501(c) 3 providing affordable spay/neuter & wellness services to pets and community cats of Tampa Bay since 2002) is currently seeking an en
Full-Time Veterinarian in So. Florida - 501(c)3 Non-Profit ($95,000-$110,000) (NO INCOME TAX)
Looking to make a difference for cats and the community while doing the work you love. Cats Exclusive, Inc is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization with a mission to help the community by providing high-quality reduced cost veterinary services to the community while reducing feline overpopulation and rehabilitating homeless cats for adoption. We are seeking a Full Time Veterinarian who will oversee the medical center that works hand in hand with our 40-year-old non-profit Cat Adoption Center in Margate, Florida. Our medical practice is confined primarily to cats and some small dogs. We are also looking to add Part-time and Relief vets to our staff to expand our services to the community.
VOCAL (Voices of Change Animal League) is actively seeking a Spay-Neuter Veterinarian to join our 501c3 animal welfare non-profit and work in our
High quality, high volume spay/neuter clinic in Taylor, Michigan, seeking full- or part-time veterinary surgeon.
Combination Spay/Neuter and Shelter Veterinarian Position
SNIP is a small, nonprofit low-cost spay and neuter clinic and Florence Area Humane Society (FAHS) is a nonprofit animal rescue group and both are located in Florence, South Carolina. We are partnering to hire a full-time vet that will spend one half of the work week at SNIP performing spay and neuter surgeries and one half of the work week at FAHS as the shelter veterinarian overseeing care of the animals (a nonsurgical shelter position). The veterinarian will be an employee of SNIP and this shared job is for a standard 40-hour work week with some flexibility on the schedule and no on-call rotation. SNIP is seeking an energetic, positive, compassionate, veterinarian with the ability to perform high-volume, high-quality spay and neuter surgeries for two days per week (The clinic surgery schedule is Monday through Thursday). FAHS is interested in someone who wants to be part of an inventive and supportive team who is passionate about saving lives and caring for the approximately 2,000 animals they care for yearly.
Veterinarian (Part Time)
Enjoy the diversity Horry County, SC has to offer while making a difference in the lives of homeless & abused animals. The Horry County Animal Care Center is looking for a part-time veterinarian to work in a proactive and positive municipal animal shelter. The successful candidate will work in our veterinary center performing high quality, high volume spays & neuters, routine vaccine and microchip clinics & assist in maintaining veterinary protocols. Benefits include paid holidays off, vacation/sick leave, access to our Health Clinic for employees, etc. All licensing & professional insurances are paid. This candidate will report to the primary veterinarian and uniforms will be provided.
Director of Veterinary Services
The Salem Animal Rescue League (SARL) saves the lives of abandoned, neglected, and injured animals by providing a safe haven, compassionate care and new permanent homes for them. We are looking for a Veterinarian to join our leadership team, help transform our organization and realize our strategic vision: To be the premier Regional animal shelter recognized for: • Personalized adoption services enabling a healthy match between animals and family • Excellence in animal welfare • Broad community partnership with sustainable financial stewardship If you are an entrepreneurial individual who enjoys new and creative opportunities, this could be the role for you. Description- The Veterinarian has complete responsibility for all aspects regarding the health and well-being of our shelter animals, from incoming medical examinations to preventative and emergency care. He/She will have full oversight of the medical staff including staffing, training and development. In addition, the Veterinarian will develop, maintain and expand our Community Medicine outreach programs, working with the local communities to evaluate needs and opportunities. He/She is also fiscally responsible for the complete medical budget.