Under general supervision and direction from the Medical Director, performs veterinary services, including a broad variety of clinical and laboratory activities in a shelter environment. Provides high quality/high volume Spay/Neuter surgery (HQHVSN) for shelter and owned animals.
Clinic Operations Manager
The clinic operations manager oversees day-to-day operations related to patient care and client education. The clinic operations manager works closely with the clinic’s medical director, veterinarians, and program operations manager to support the advancement of the organization’s mission.
Dog Program Coordinator
Lead and manage dog program volunteers and foster homes, build the program and foster home base. Manage all aspects of recruitment , training, intake from shelters, adoption program. Review health and welfare of dogs in care.
Registered Veterinary Technician
ASPCA-affiliated HQHVSN clinic seeking full-time RVT/LVT in capitol city of Charleston, WV.
Director of Finance
This position is an exciting opportunity for an individual with a strong nonprofit finance operations background to help strengthen and expand a high impact, local nonprofit dedicated to saving and improving the lives of pets and people! Reporting to the ED, the Director of Finance will be responsible for overseeing finance, administration, business systems planning and analysis, and improving financial efficiencies for our Adoption Center and Thrift Store. Additionally, they will be responsible for overseeing and managing the outsourced vendors for human resources and information technology.
Office Secretary III, Salisbury Animal Health Laboratory
This position assists the director of the Salisbury Laboratory in support of the agency mission toprevent and control infectious diseases of livestock and poultry. Serves as Office Manager and Laboratory Information Systems Manager while performing specialized secretarial and administrative support work for the Salisbury Animal Health Laboratory, and supervises Office Secretary II and other staff assisting in front office. Duties include receiving, accessioning, and distributing sample specimens that are submitted to the laboratory for diagnostic work; preparing laboratory reports, charts and specialized documents; maintaining the laboratory information file and billing systems.
Medical Director - Veterinarian
This position oversees all clinical & shelter medical activities, personnel and department budget. Provides spay/neuter surgeries in a high-quality, high-volume setting. Provides daily clinical supervision of veterinary assistants before, during, and after surgery. Manages low-cost vaccination services and other clinic services.
Greenhill Humane Society (GHS) is looking for a Veterinary Surgeon to join our team in a recently constructed 2,000 sq state-of-the-art medical facility in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. GHS is the 2nd largest animal shelter in Oregon, caring for approximately 3500 animals/year with a LRR >90% and 2 full-time veterinarians. As a private organization with several long-standing municipal contracts, we are perfectly positioned to care for the community's most vulnerable animals while enjoying the stability of a multi-generational donor base. The ideal candidate is committed to high-quality medicine, good communication, and a healthy work-life balance.
Registered Veterinary Technician with current license and at least two years experience working in a veterinary facility. We are looking for two RVT’s that are motivated quick learners to be part of our team. We are a small privately owned, non-profit veterinary rescue hospital located in Clayton, CA. We currently have two doctors, two techs, and two hospital assistant that work very well together and are looking for our next team members to be part of our fast-paced hospital.
We are a cat hospital owned by Community Concern for Cats, Inc. (CC4C). CC4C is a volunteer, non-profit cat rescue organization in Contra Costa County that offers abandoned and homeless cats medical rehabilitation, spay and neuter services, foster care, and adoption. We also work to reduce the overpopulation of feral cats through an effective trap-neuter-return program, and when possible, kittens and cats are fostered, socialized, and are adopted out to loving homes through our weekly adopt