Safe Place for Animals, in Gallatin, Tennessee, is seeking a compassionate and experienced full-time Veterinarian to provide comprehensive medical care to our vet clinic’s established and growing client base, as well as our shelter animals. Our vet clinic specializes in small/companion animals, particularly dogs and cats.
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.
The Beesley Animal Clinic (BAC) seeks to hire a passionate veterinarian to join our team and support our mission of offering high-quality, affordable spay/neuter and wellness ca
Chief Shelter Veterinarian - $100k in bonuses!
Are you interested in making a difference for animals that are homeless, abused, neglected, and in low-income homes? Join our pack!
Want a rewarding position where you help homeless pets become adoptable so they can find their furever homes and help owned pets, so they do not get surrendered to a shelter? Want to never have to talk to clients about money? Join our amazing and passionate team! We believe every person deserves to have a pet and we never turn away any pet because the owner cannot afford spay/neuter or core vaccines.
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.