Full-time surgeon and clinician for an open-admission, well-funded, municipal shelter looking for innovative, forward-thinking team member
The PAWS Clinic, a non-profit, affordable spay/neuter clinic in Taylor, Michigan (near Detroit) is seeking to add a full-time or part-time veterinary surgeon. No evenings, no weekends or holiday work is required. Schedule is Monday - Thursday 7:30am - 4:30pm Potential for a generous hiring bonus for full-time candidates!
HQHVSN Veterinarian for Progressive Animal Welfare Organization
Join us to save lives and address Florida's pet overpopulation crisis! We're expanding the veterinary services we provide to our region and as a HQHVSN vet you will be a critical part of our team working to support animals and people in the Palm Beach County area and beyond!
Veterinary Medical Director
This position functions as the lead veterinarian and is responsible for establishing and maintaining the Humane Society of North Central Florida’s standard of care The Veterinary Medical Director (VMD) will lead the veterinary team to provide high quality care within the high quality, high volume, low cost community Spay/Neuter & Wellness Clinic.
The role of the Intake Manager is pivotal in ensuring the smooth intake of animals into our shelter while also actively compassionately supporting individuals and families in their efforts to provide the best care for their pets.
We at Spay N Save are currently looking for a veterinary technician to join our team. The veterinary technician role is a wonderful opportunity for a career-minded and values-driven individual to experience a growing business model that supports our local community as a non-profit. The individual will be responsible for providing quality patient care and support all surgical patients as well as assist with the maintenance of preventative health programs while adhering to all medical protocols.
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!