High Volume Spay-Neuter Clinic Associate Veterinarian
Brevard Spay-Neuter Clinic is actively seeking a full-time associate veterinarian to join our fast-paced and growing clinic.
High Volume Spay-Neuter Clinic Vet Assistance
We need a vet tech on our team to help prepare all patients for surgery from 8 am to 5:00 pm Mondays through Thursdays.
Veterinary Technician - Spay/Neuter Clinic
The League’s Healthy Pet Team provides high quality, high volume spay/neuter services for owned pets and community cats at our stationary clinic on Yuma Street and high-volume community vaccination clinics within our priority service neighborhoods. As a Veterinary Technician on this team, you’ll be a part of a highly skilled and fast-moving team managing surgery prep and recovery or supporting high volume drive through vaccination clinics in the community. Be an important part of providing accessible and high-quality veterinary care for the pets of families in underserved communities! Apply today!
Director of Education
Passionate about humane education and community involvement in animal welfare? We're looking for you at HSC!
Amazing Shelter Veterinarian Position- PSLF Compliant!
Full time shelter veterinarian wanted in sunny Florida. Get paid to have fun and get your vet school loans forgiven after 120 qualified payments under the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program.
Immediate Position/Exciting Opportunity: Established and growing 501(c)3 nonprofit animal shelter in Okaloosa County, Florida, is seeking a full-time, experienced Veterinarian immediately. In addition to a generous salary and benefits package, the doctor will be part of a new leadership team charged with building a new animal welfare campus (including a new clinic) that will break ground in Spring 2021. Relocation reimbursement or sign-on bonus may be considered for ideal candidate.
Medical Director, Veterinary Hospital at Yuma
The Medical Director of Dumb Friends League Veterinary Hospital at Yuma serves as a clinical veterinarian and provides oversight and direction of the Hospital’s team of veterinarians. The League’s Veterinary Hospital at Yuma provides high quality high volume urgent care services for sick or injured pets within a defined scope of care using an incremental approach and seeks to increase access to care for underserved communities. The Medical Director is responsible for working in partnership with the Practice Manager to lead the hospital, providing mentorship to the doctor team, cultivating a culture of learning, and establishing strong external relationships with key partners including community veterinarians.
Medical Director, Veterinary Hospital at CSU Spur
The Medical Director of the Dumb Friends League Veterinary Hospital at Colorado State University (CSU) Spur serves as a clinical veterinarian and provides oversight and direction of the Hospital’s team of veterinarians, veterinary interns, and externs. The League’s Veterinary Hospital at CSU Spur is a teaching hospital, providing services within a defined scope of care using an incremental approach, and seeks to increase access to veterinary care for underserved communities. Services include urgent care services for pets who are sick or injured, high quality high volume spay/neuter services, and community vaccine clinics. The Medical Director is responsible for working in partnership with the Practice Manager to lead the hospital, providing mentorship to the doctor team, cultivating a culture of learning and teaching, and establishing strong external relationships with key partners including Colorado State University and community veterinarians.
VOLT VETERINARIAN - email us to find out what VOLT stands for!
Exciting opportunities in beautiful Central Oregon! We’re taking the show on the road. The Humane Society of Central Oregon is looking for both a Full-time and Part-time Veterinarian that want to positively impact underserved communities and provide quality medicine to our shelter animals. You: Self-starter, open communicator, passionate and fun. Works well in a team environment and enjoys the variety and challenges of shelter work. You live in a recreational paradise with a budding arts and culinary scene. Hiking, biking, winter sports, wine shops, beer, theatre, music… you name it we have it! Us: Family oriented open admission shelter focused on the future of shelter medicine. Our goal is to take services out to the region through our new mobile clinic and working on creating a campus to serve all segments of our community. We value open communication, honest and hard conversations, respect and connection. We will have fun and celebrate our success.