The ARL is seeking a licensed veterinarian to join our growing team so we can help more animals! This position will primarily oversee all aspects of veterinary care for our shelter animals and help with the public animals in our Medical Center. The ARL is a Public Service Loan Forgiveness Complaint 501c3 organization. 40-hour work week expected, but exact scheduling can be flexible and open to part-time, full-time or contract work.
Staff Veterinarian - Animal Shelter/Rescue and Community Clinic
Full-time veterinarian to join PAWS’ excellent medical team, performing HQHVSN, caring for rescued animals in our shelters, and seeing community pets in our busy wellness clinic.
Medical Director - Animal Shelter/Rescue and Community Clinics
PAWS is seeking a Medical Director to lead our delivery of veterinary services, and to play an instrumental role in achieving our goal of making Philadelphia a no-kill city.
The Shelter Veterinarian for the Metro Nashville Animal Care and Control facility (MACC) provides and oversees medical care for animals in the shelter's custody, in addition to providing medical care for animals fostered and recently placed. Performed high-quality, high-volume spay/neuter surgeries for domestic animals. Satisfies current veterinary standards of care.
Licensed Veterinary Technician
This position works under the general supervision of the staff veterinarian, assisting the veterinarian with providing medical and surgical care for animals at Metro Animal Care and Control. This position is responsible for animal handling, patient care and medical treatments.
Animal Care Shelter Manager
Animal Care Shelter Manager will oversee animal care and daily operations of the animal sheltering section
Full Time Animal Care Attendant
Summary: The Animal Care Attendant (ACA) is a vital member of the MAR team who provides compassionate and attentive care of all the animals under the shelter’s care. The ACA maintains a clean and healthy environment for both the animals and the public. The ACA is also critical in assisting both staff and members of the public by facilitating adoption meets and placements, processing and performing intake assessments and exams for newly arrived animals, and other duties as assigned.