Staff Veterinarian Hybrid Community and Shelter Veterinary Services
Purpose of Position: Staff veterinarians are the foundation of the League’s veterinary teams. This is an interdepartmental position that provides veterinary care in fast-paced, mission-driven environments, practicing shelter medicine half-time and community medicine half-time.
VENTURA COUNTY, ANIMAL SERVICES INVITES APPLICATIONS FOR: Veterinarian0363ANM-22AA (MA)
Are you passionate about high-quality medicine and saving lives? Do you want to lead a talented team of animal welfare professionals? Would you like to practice medicine without quotas or financial barriers?
Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon, one of the leading feral cat spay/neuter programs in the country, is hiring a spay/neuter Production Veterinarian for 2-4 days per week at our clinic in SW Portland. This is a great part-time opportunity! The typical shift is 4 hours long with the expectation of completing 35-40 cat surgeries. Join our committed and well-skilled team and help us make a difference for more cats in our community.
Love surgery? Are you looking for a great work-life balance? Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon, one of the leading feral cat spay/neuter programs in the country, helps 7,000 cats per year. We are hiring a spay/neuter Production Veterinarian for 2-4 days per week at our clinic in beautiful SW Portland, Oregon. This is a great part-time opportunity! The typical shift is 4 hours long with the expectation of completing 35-40 cat surgeries. Join our committed and well-skilled team and help us make a difference for more cats in our community.
Medical Director, Animal Care & Services
The MD oversees two full-time and approximately 27 full & PT vets & animal health techs responsible for direct animal medical care. This is a keystone medical role with leadership responsibility over a passionate committed team managing about 7,000 spay &neuter surgeries per year. Direct experience overseeing & leading a complex daily operations delivering medical services to a diverse community while training, developing, engaging &encouraging a team of dedicated pros & volunteers is what is needed for success in this role. This is a visible & vital leadership role.
This posting is for the Ventura County Animal Services; vacancy location is Camarillo and Simi Valley.
This position announcement will be used to fill a Full-Time, Permanent, Non-Represented, Safety-Sensitive Veterinarian vacancy within the Police Department. This veterinarian position serves as the expert in veterinarian responsibilities for planning, coordinating, and directing veterinary science activities in 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, development and oversee appropriate behavior plans for animals, monitor the health and care of animals housed at the shelter, and acts in the capacity of expert witness as needed. This position will have some supervisory responsibilities, including the supervision of contractual veterinarians. This position requires medical/behavioral knowledge of animals including domestic, agricultural and exotic. The work requires knowledge of the policies, procedures, and regulations of the state veterinary science.
Veterinarian - NEW SALARY & HIRING INCENTIVE
Job Summary Hiring Incentive:$30k hiring incentive ($15k upon starting and $7.5k on completion of each year of first 2 consecutive years of employment). For additional information please contact Marilyn Gotbeter Chief Veterinarian, Animal Care Services Department Marilyn.Gotbeter@sanantonio.gov or by telephone at 210-207-6651 Under general direction, is responsible for performing veterinarian services in the City's Animal Care Services Department. Performs examinations on animals brought into the animal care facility; ensures incoming animals receive appropriate vaccinations and preventative medicine; performs spay and neuter surgeries; and performs medically necessary surgeries. Evaluates and assigns animals for treatment or medically required euthanasia to prevent suffering. Exercises technical supervision over assigned staff. This position is an "unclassified" position and has no disciplinary appeal rights to the Municipal Civil Service Commission. This position is likewise subject to at-will employment status and can be terminated at any time for any reason.