Veterinary Surgeon - Spay/Neuter Program
Have a desire to make a difference in the lives of animals? Want to do so in a way that offers a good work/life balance with no weekends or long hours? The Animal Health Organization (TAHO) is seeking a veterinarian to join our growing team in providing quality spay/neuter surgeries in a fast-paced environment. Veterinarians report to our Medical Director and are supported by eight RVTs. Be part of a progressive organization that has been voted as central Ohio's leading veterinary hospital three years in a row! Competitive salary and benefits package.
Pets Alive is seeking a full-time veterinary assistant who wants to be part of the solution to end the unnecessary euthanasia of cats and dogs. The candidate must be comfortable working in a fast-paced environment. Canine/feline veterinary experience is required. Candidate must have a flexible schedule, a willingness to get their hands dirty, a commitment to our mission, a positive attitude, and the ability to work as a team player.
Clinical Assistant Professor in Mobile Surgery/Shelter Medicine.
Purdue University, College of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences invites applications from qualified individuals for a full-time (100%, 12 months)
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.