Community Clinic Veterinarian
Humane Society MASH Clinic provides low-cost spay and neuter services, vaccines, wellness exams, where they are needed most. Our clinic is moving into a brand new stationary location in Belfair Wa. Our clinic model has been providing services MASH style, via pop up clinics around our county. With our new building location we will be primarily stationary but will still offer occasional clinics in our rural areas and local reservations. Our clinic location also provides the medical care for all of the animals in our foster program.
Community Clinic LVT
Our MASH Clinic provides low-cost spay and neuter services, vaccines, and wellness exams for communities that need it the most as well as care for our foster program pets. The clinic is moving into a brand new stationary location in Belfair, WA. With our new building location, we will be primarily stationary but will still offer occasional services in rural areas and local reservations via pop up clinics.
Director of Shelter Operations
The Director of Shelter Operations at EASEL Animal Rescue League is primarily responsible for the management of daily shelter operations, including supervision and training of shelter personnel and volunteers, team building, coordination and supervision of animal care, adoptions, record-keeping, and ensuring high-quality customer service is provided to the public by all staff and volunteers. The position reports to the President to ensure the safe and humane treatment of all shelter animals while upholding the highest standards of care at EASEL.. The position collaborates with leadership to set goals, monitor work, and evaluate results to ensure the objectives and operating requirements are met and are in line with the needs and mission of EASEL, upholding our core values
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.