Passionate, dependable animal professionals wanted immediately! Are you an animal whisperer? Are some of your best friends of the four-legged variety? Is an animal finding their forever home a cause for celebration for you? If you answered "yes" to these questions, come talk to us! We are seeking an Shelter Manager who has experience in, and a dedication to, animal welfare and care. You would be Monitoring the activities of the animal care staff and providing direction and feedback. Assisting in the training of animal care staff. Feeding and providing medications for animals in our care. Documenting illnesses and injuries in a computer system. Monitoring animals after surgery. Making decisions about care, especially for animals in distress. Supporting the veterinarians with exams, vaccinations, and treatments. Enjoying the company of like-minded team members. Ready to take the leap? You should be: A great animal handler An individual with previous experience in animal shelters, rescues, or veterinary practices. It's a plus if you're a veterinary assistant or technician! Your skills are really valuable to us! Comfortable with giving vaccinations, understanding medication dosages, and providing treatments such as subQ fluids. This is a position that requires weekend and holiday availability. Because the animals rely on you, and because we rely on you too, you may need to work a flexible schedule. Animal care is not just Mon-Fri! It's a different schedule, but animals cannot take care of themselves and they love the company! Typical hours are 8 to 5.
JOB SUMMARY: Under the supervision of the Shelter Veterinarian, the Veterinary Technician provides exceptional medical and surgical care for the animals of Roice-Hurst Humane Society (“RHHS”) and public-owned animals using practices that meet or exceed industry standards.
JOB SUMMARY Under the supervision of the Shelter Manager, the Veterinary Assistant provides administrative and medical assistance to the Roice-Hurst Humane Society (“RHHS”) vet care team. This role is the first point of contact for any member of the public receiving veterinary care on their pet. Additionally, this position supports the vet care team by providing routine medical and animal care for shelter pets.
Combination Spay/Neuter and Shelter Veterinarian Position
SNIP is a small, nonprofit low-cost spay and neuter clinic and Florence Area Humane Society (FAHS) is a nonprofit animal rescue group and both are located in Florence, South Carolina. We are partnering to hire a full-time vet that will spend one half of the work week at SNIP performing spay and neuter surgeries and one half of the work week at FAHS as the shelter veterinarian overseeing care of the animals (a nonsurgical shelter position). The veterinarian will be an employee of SNIP and this shared job is for a standard 40-hour work week with some flexibility on the schedule and no on-call rotation. SNIP is seeking an energetic, positive, compassionate, veterinarian with the ability to perform high-volume, high-quality spay and neuter surgeries for two days per week (The clinic surgery schedule is Monday through Thursday). FAHS is interested in someone who wants to be part of an inventive and supportive team who is passionate about saving lives and caring for the approximately 2,000 animals they care for yearly.
Veterinarian (Part Time)
Enjoy the diversity Horry County, SC has to offer while making a difference in the lives of homeless & abused animals. The Horry County Animal Care Center is looking for a part-time veterinarian to work in a proactive and positive municipal animal shelter. The successful candidate will work in our veterinary center performing high quality, high volume spays & neuters, routine vaccine and microchip clinics & assist in maintaining veterinary protocols. Benefits include paid holidays off, vacation/sick leave, access to our Health Clinic for employees, etc. All licensing & professional insurances are paid. This candidate will report to the primary veterinarian and uniforms will be provided.
Job Title: Veterinary Surgeon Location: Eugene, Oregon Supervisor: Board of Directors Department: Spay/Neuter Clinic
Vice-President of Operations
The Vice President of Operations provides strategic guidance and leadership for the Operations Division of HSPPR. The Vice-President of Operations oversees and directs the proper utilization of resources such as revenue, employees, in-kind donations, dollars raised, and volunteer services supporting the operations division. The Vice-President of Operations ensures quality animal and people care in accordance with HSPPR's mission, values, goals, and management philosophy.
Director of Shelter Operations
Job Summary Responsible for the strategic leadership and operational oversight of HSPPR's Colorado Springs shelter operations. Create and innovate to assure best practices, lead and collaborate on HSPPR strategic goals, and develop the future state of shelter operations together with the team.