The Seattle Animal Shelter is hiring a Shelter Veterinarian. Will mentor new graduates. Unbeatable benefits including 14 paid holidays, plus additional executive and merit leave and 4/10 schedule.
Licensed Veterinary Technician - Surgery & Wellness Clinic
NWSNC is looking for a collaborative, engaging, motivated and generally awesome Veterinary Technician to join our team of Spay & Neuter Center Champions as we build out additional lifesaving wellness resources for our communities.
We are seeking a compassionate, enthusiastic, and like-minded full-time and/or part-time veterinarian(s) to join us in our mission to end the euthanasia of healthy adoptable animals in our community and beyond.
Community Programs Assistant
The role of the Community Programs Assistant is to work in all operational and promotional aspects of community programs including Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) and Cats at Work (CAW). These programs work to reduce the outdoor cat population in Chicago and to empower and support colony caretakers to make the most well-informed decisions for community cats.
Do what you love and call it work! Want to work only in surgery, only in appointments or a mix of both? Here's a chance to do what you love!
Licensed Veterinary Technician
The Seattle Animal Shelter is hiring a Licensed Veterinary Technician
This is a part-time shelter veterinarian position at Animal Care & Control. The primary purposes of this position are to examine and triage animals entering the facility, develop and oversee appropriate treatment plans for animals requiring emergency or ongoing medical care, develop and oversee appropriate behavior plans for animals, monitor the health and care of animals housed at the shelter, and act the capacity of expert witness as needed. This position requires medical/behavioral knowledge of animals including domestic, agricultural and exotic. The is a part-time position with the need for on-call availability when special circumstances arise.
The Veterinary Technician is a trained veterinary professional who will work closely with the Veterinarians, Associate Director, Veterinary Operations and other colleagues providing top-notch veterinary care.
Director of Medical Operations
Kauai Humane Society is looking for a self-motivated veterinarian skilled in managing a diverse team of professionals and providing high quality medical care in a fast-paced environment. The candidate must demonstrate an aptitude in shelter medicine and surgical proficiency. The position provides prompt and quality veterinary services to all animals within KHS’s care and at public clinics. The Director of Medical Operations will act as lead shelter veterinarian and provide direct oversight to shelter medical operations and medical staffing, as well as establish relationships within the veterinary community. This position reports to the Executive Director. This position comes with benefits including health insurance and a 401K. The schedule is 4-day, ten hour shifts so you can enjoy the beautiful island of Kaua’i. Kaua’i offers more than beautiful beaches, it has wonderful hiking opportunities, waterfalls, an abundance of local produce, and all the amenities one may require. KHS offers continuing education, support, and believes in investing in its staff. KHS is a “no-kill” shelter and is looking for a leader in veterinary medicine to join our success and further our growth.
Veterinarian-Shelter and Spay/Neuter Clinic-Surgery
The Jersey Shore Animal Center, a small private non-profit animal shelter, is seeking a shelter veterinarian who wants to make a difference for the pets and people of our community by providing quality care to sheltered and owned pets, working to advance the organization's mission, and being a team player with an incredible staff! If you are looking for an opportunity to combine your passion for animals, great medical care and a sense of community then this job is for you. Our ideal candidate should provide exceptional veterinary medical care to our shelter animals and our clients, while making a difference for the animals and families within our community. The position will include supervising medical care of the shelter animals and spay/neuter surgeries of both shelter and public owned pets. In addition to low cost surgeries, we also offer low cost wellness appointments and preventive care to public owned animals. Our shelter has great relationship with local veterinary clinics in case of emergencies or to provide diagnostics, such as radiographs. We also have good relationships with veterinary specialists in the area if an animal should need anything beyond what we can provide. This is a full-time position with benefits paid in full after 3 months. Paid vacation time. CE benefits are negotiable.